The season of holiday events is upon San Antonio, with many local traditions involving musical styles from around the world.
With snow falling across San Antonio on Thursday evening, it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas in South Texas.
Since 1969, Elf Louise has delivered gifts to more than 1 million children. She recently completed her annual radiothon, which raised more than $200,000.
Instrumentalists in the San Antonio Symphony have used their musical talents to spread the holiday spirit to those it may be a little harder to reach.
Rivard Report’s Production Editor Hanna Oberhofer travels to her hometown of Innsbruck, Austria and shares some of her most precious Christmas traditions.
Thieves stole boxes of toys from the shelter’s donation center, but the San Antonio community rallied together to replace what was taken and then some.
Attn. Gen. Ken Paxton has come to the defense of a Christmas-themed Peanuts poster at a Texas public school in Killeen.
San Antonians have started to “get their jingle on” in preparation for the holiday season, and Friday marked the beginning of many colorful and bright celebrations to come.
To ensure you don’t miss any of your favorite events, check out San Antonio’s extensive list of holiday happenings.
With the coming redevelopment of the Alamo Plaza, a project that will take years, it would be wise of city planners to think creatively in finding ways to keep the tradition alive without interruption.