Thousands of event industry professionals will gather this week at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center for the largest meeting about meetings in the world.
PAX South – the Comic-Con of video games, a geek’s Fiesta, the Wrestlemania of roleplaying games, Sundance of socially awkward gaming enthusiasts – will bring the best of video game culture to San Antonio from Jan.
A local industry force has recommended that the San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) become an independent organization so that San Antonio can be more competitive when vying with other cities for conventions and tourism dollars.
When about 70,000 Seventh Day Adventists cross under Interstate 37 to get back and forth to events this week and next at the Alamodome and Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, they won’t have to navigate through construction and dangerous intersections to do so.
January 2015, San Antonio will play host to a new regional iteration of one of the largest gaming conventions in the world, Penny Arcade Expo (PAX).
A hero, in fantasy, might be a legendary or even mythological figure endowed with great strength or ability who comes to save the day.
She can barely lift her red, velvet stilettos in the simmering South Texas heat.
Editor’s note: Robert Marbut Jr. was a young aide to then-Mayor Henry Cisneros when he was asked to research the feasibility of a domed stadium for San Antonio.