There’s a lot of music in SA this weekend – check out Mariachi Las Alteñas, local DJs at Confluence Park, or Bad Bunny at the Freeman Coliseum.
*Sponsored* The San Antonio River Foundation hosts Mountainfilm on Tour on Oct. 3. It’s a collection of documentaries about the environment, social justice, and community building.
Parabola: A Community Reading Series will feature local, regional, and national talent reading alongside student writers.
Comedy, rap, and acrobatics land in San Antonio this weekend. Those are only some of the many activities for you to check out.
Robert Amerman started as a San Antonio River Foundation volunteer in 2011. Eight years later, he is stepping down from his role as executive director.
Game of Thrones ends forever on Sunday. While we all wait anxiously for the finale, there is still Friday and Saturday to get through.
Confluence Park, the Witte Museum, San Antonio Botanical Garden, and Hemisfair’s Yanaguana Garden were all honored by the Texas chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Confluence Park hosted more than 15,000 people in over 240 events in 2018. The park has nearly 200 events already planned for 2019.
Flashy or modest? The conversation in Commissioners Court last week regarding San Pedro Creek sparked debate about the role politics should play in public art.
The Southside park joins notable institutions such as Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in receiving the award.