To be a vital destination for everyone, it is equally important to have Alamo Plaza be a welcoming civic space as it has been for the past 200 years.
Many in the city used Good Friday to gain an early start on the Easter weekend, but a working group of the city's cultural and civic leaders settled in for a full day of work inside the lower Broadway offices of Centro San Antonio.
San Antonio's River Walk is an icon second only to the Alamo.
Editor's note: Noted Texan architect and educator David Heymann, the Harwell Hamilton Harris Regents Professor in Architecture at UT-Austin's School of Architecture, will read from his recent book, My Beautiful City Austin, Wednesday, 6 p.m., at the Twig Bookstore at the Pearl. The following review was originally posted on the Overland Partners blog, Bird's Eye View.
To be certain, anyone who has ever attended a lecture by David Heymann understands his gift for storytelling.
For three years now, the San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects has hosted a luncheon with some of the country's most forward-thinking leaders on the built environment.
Lowell Tacker, a partner in OCO Architects, is serving as president of the San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects, which is vacating its offices at the Pearl's Full Goods Building at year's end and relocating to SoFlo.