Hundreds walked through the streets of downtown to the Alamo to present floral tributes and remember the men who died.
As the 183rd anniversary of the Alamo seige approaches, plans are on track for the selection of an architectural firm to design the new Alamo museum.
Brandon Seale released the series earlier this year, and for the next five weeks, the Rivard Report will host one episode every Saturday.
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.
The “Experience Real History: Alamo” app offers a virtual, animated view of the most famous historical site in San Antonio.
“The Other Side of the Alamo: Art Against the Myth” exhibition at the Guadalupe considers San Antonio’s most famous symbol from alternate viewpoints.
Events in history aren’t simply good vs. evil. There’s gray area. We hoped to shine light on those areas in our quest to repatriate the leg.
More than 200 history teachers, community members, and Texas history enthusiasts attended the Texas General Land Office’s Save Texas History Symposium Saturday, which took place at the historic Menger Hotel located at 204 Alamo Plaza, steps away from the Alamo.
This year marks the 180th anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo and several local organizations have teamed up to honor the iconic battle with commemorative events with events starting this Tuesday, Feb.
Until just a few years ago, San Antonio native Hector Pacheco didn’t know much about his ancestors.