UTSA returned to its birth place to celebrate the signing of the bill that established it as San Antonio’s first four-year public university
Two Native American groups wonder what will become of their request, filed last year, to have a larger part of the grounds designated a historic cemetery.
On April 1, City of San Antonio officials confirmed to Dimmick Diaries that the “international liberal agenda” is moving into the basement of the Alamo.
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas held its annual celebration Saturday of the day in 1836 when the Republic of Texas was born.
Not all downtown SA history happened at Alamo Plaza. The city’s two other downtown plazas have also brought forth troves of secrets from the city’s 300-year history.
On Saturday, crowds cheered on the more than 200 riders who circled the Alamo as the Red Bull Last Stand bike race returned to San Antonio for its third year.
This Saturday, hundreds of cyclists will travel to the Alamo City to battle it out in a race around its namesake monument in the third annual Red Bull Last Stand.
Land Commissioner George P. Bush released a statement Tuesday morning, describing the proposed changes as an effort to dilute Texas history.
An advisory committee has suggested eliminating a line in seventh-grade history standards about “all the heroic defenders who gave their lives” at the Alamo.
The five-day festival incorporates all five San Antonio missions — which are all UNESCO World Heritage sites — and ends with a celebratory Mass featuring mariachis on Sunday.