Few summer celebrations match the size and popularity of the Fourth of July, or Independence Day.
Since childhood, I’ve looked upon the Alamo with a sense of deep historic importance –even if I could not fully understand, articulate, or appreciate, its importance.
The Alamo Master Plan Committee should bring a simplified proposal to City Council for approval on May 11.
The developing master plan for the Alamo Plaza redevelopment project has been a controversial point of discussion in the community over the past few weeks.
If City Council approves the Alamo Plaza redesign, it would disregard the Secretary of the Interior’s guidelines concerning reconstruction of the south wall.
The presence of more than 300 citizens at a Tuesday evening meeting was a testament to people’s strong feelings about anything to do with the Alamo.
The Alamo funeral pyres have long been forgotten and the land covered by buildings with no regard for the sites that should be considered sacred.
The third annual Currents in Texas Archaeology Symposium at the Witte Museum Friday night had the City’s top archaeologists presenting a summary of the Mission work they have been doing for the past few years
After a month of digging and excavating the Alamo Plaza site, archaeologists at the site Friday announced that they have “substantially completed” their “discovery phase” work.