After a two-year hiatus, the popular neighborhood event will resume on March 26, from 2-6 pm in Lockwood Park.
Jean-Luc, Maxim, and Lyndsey all see their new business venture in the burgeoning Dignowity Hill neighborhood as a way to help the area continue to evolve for the benefit of the existing community.
The long list of initiatives and projects in City Council District 2 that Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) presented Saturday at his State of District 2 address showed that the growth and transformation of the city’s Eastside will not let up any time soon.
Homicide rates are rising citywide, but so far this year 26 out of 69 homicides in San Antonio, 38%, have taken place in the Eastside.
All San Antonio residents have the power to create healthier, more walkable neighborhoods.
On Saturday morning, the residents of Dignowity Hill came together at Lockwood Park to shoot, dribble and dunk during the first Summer 3 on 3 Throwdown tournament, hosted by The Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association (DHNA).
Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary arts festival, is now accepting submissions from individuals, galleries, collectives, or other creative organizations for installations that will be considered for the upcoming festival.
Sunset on the Hays Street Bridge served as the backdrop Tuesday night for the official announcement that Luminaria 2016 will take place on the Eastside. The festival of art and light is in its eighth season and this year the focus will be on Downtown East, an area steeped in African-American history and culture.
More than three months have passed since an Eastside hotel owner’s plans to purchase and develop a small, city-owned park surfaced and sparked a passionate debate about the future of Healy-Murphy Park on Nolan Street.
It’s been about 11 months since two young developers first came to the Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association with a proposal for four, two-story homes in a vacant lot in San Antonio’s Eastside historic district.