While many focus on the lunch counter integration of March 1960, other downtown businesses continued discriminating against black people for years afterwards.
With the impending redevelopment of Alamo Plaza, I invited historian Lewis Fisher to share details about the various structures at the iconic site.
When it comes to Alamo Plaza, we should be able to find a solution we can all at least accept and be proud of for decades to come.
If you’re not celebrating with a home-style picnic or barbecue, check out the numerous festivities happening all over the city.
One out of every five visitors to the Alamo doesn’t actually enter the historic Spanish-colonial mission, according to a travelers’ survey.
The Alamo hearings certainly included people interested in the thoughtful redevelopment of Alamo Plaza, but voices of reason tended to be lost in the noise.
San Antonio, compared to most North American cities, is rich in layers of history, and in no place are there more layers than Alamo Plaza.
Missing in the Alamo Plaza Interpretive Plan is how the plan improves our city beyond the Alamo Plaza – our citizens’ experience.
This week in Just This, Rick Casey talks with Rivard Report Managing Editor Iris Dimmick about the latest draft of plans for remaking Alamo Plaza.
A rough draft of the plan to redevelop the Alamo and its surroundings drew mixed reactions from the audience and an advisory committee.