The Historic Design and Review Commission rejected plans for a five-story apartment complex next to the Hays Street Bridge on the near Eastside.
There was no apparent compromise between the hopeful developers of “The Bridge” project and its protesters.
HDRC voted unanimously Wednesday to hold off on a decision that would allow or block an apartment complex near the Eastside’s historic Hays Street Bridge.
Brooks, the up-and-coming community just 10 minutes south of downtown, is hosting a tour to four of the city’s breweries on Saturday, June 24.
Citizens listened to political players defend and challenge the largest bond package in San Antonio’s history during the Rivard Report’s Bond and Brew event.
San Antonio voters have an $850 million decision to make in the next 22 days.
A packed crowd listened to Tom Bacon speak on how communities can get involved in maintaining local parks in order to strengthen their neighborhoods.
The second annual Alamo Showdown Cook-Off, a fundraising effort for student scholarships at the University of Houston-Hilton College San Antonio campus, will take place at Alamo Beer Co. on Nov. 13 from 1 to 4 p.m.
With beer on their minds, about 50 people endured the evening heat Wednesday to attend the second Summer Beer Talk hosted by Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery at the Pearl.
The power of music lies in its intrinsic nature to move people. Whether that be the somber, introspective sound of a chamber orchestra bringing you inwards, or the vivifying electricity of a tour de force of percussion letting you out of your cage and onto the dance floor, it seeps into our soul’s recesses and ignites something. And while you can dig on YouTube and Bandcamp and Spotify all day, “there is no substitute for live music,” or so says Henry Brun in the tag line of his email.
Witnessing Señor Brun’s passion for his craft – embodied from the cadence of his words to the colors of his linen button-down tropical shirts – is an opportunity to understand what his credo on live music really means. “You play the song 20 times, every time it’s gonna sound different,” Brun said, confessin’ on the nature of the jazz music he represents.