Mario Vazquez writes about the joys of living in the historic Monticello Park neighborhood and his love of entertaining.
It’s time for the annual On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour, set for Saturday, Feb. 17, from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 18, from noon-5 p.m.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) has called on City staff to audit the City’s approximately 100 lease agreements with various organizations.
The Classic Theatre, located in Fredericksburg Road’s Deco District, has been providing quality theater to San Antonio since 2008, but its goals are even more ambitious this year.
Angel Rodriguez-Diaz only recently completed an important commission—a 7,000-pound, 30-foot-tall, cut steel structure titled “Crossroads of Enlightenment”—for Public Art San Antonio, erected on the corner of Blanco and Basse Road.
Lately, it seems like everyone in San Antonio has been talking about downtown and urban living.
Ever since returning to San Antonio last fall (see my story: “Where I Live: Deco District”), I’ve been struck by the drabness of the San Pedro railroad underpass just north of Hildebrand. It is such an ugly color, deliberately painted to blend in with the detritus of traffic. Yet it has such good art deco “bones”.