As San Antonio embarks on its next 100 years, now is the time to think holistically and ambitiously to carefully manage change while ensuring continuity.
The auction drew more than 150 people and featured such items as three former skyline gondolas and memorabilia from HemisFair ’68.
Workers will place two dams in a section known as Lambert Beach, once a swimming hole in a crook of the river held up by a 1930s stone wall.
If you’re not celebrating with a home-style picnic or barbecue, check out the numerous festivities happening all over the city.
The garage is one of the few proposed changes to the park that survived a contentious public debate in 2016.
A Historic Preservation Month Seminar will honor local WPA-era projects at the Stinson Municipal Airport terminal on Saturday, May 19.
The birds at Brackenridge Park have many supporters, some of whom were upset to see City crews trimming trees and removing nests in recent weeks.
San Antonio’s first water works structure is beginning to crumble, but a new agreement between the city and the San Antonio Conservation Society will preserve it.
Work began at Miraflores to unearth a few of its original walkways, not knowing exactly what might be found, and the findings have been intriguing.
New walkways will form a continuous artery from the entrance at the Brackenridge Park pedestrian bridge to the entrance at the Hildebrand gate.