Eastside San Antonio– especially the St.
On Saturday, Oct.
San Antonio for Growth on the East Side (SAGE) unveiled the Grow Eastside Fund Tuesday, a $2 million low-interest loan program provided by the National Development Council’s Grow America Fund to encourage small businesses to expand or relocate within the new Promise Zone.
Neither hell, high water nor near-freezing temperatures could derail the Alamo Beer Company groundbreaking this morning.
In honor of Halloween and Día de los Muertos, this week we’ll be joining tour guide Sara Reid of City Sights by Bike on a tour of the Old San Antonio City Cemeteries Historic District.
San Antonio Growth for the Eastside (SAGE) is hosting an entire day and night of live music with a lineup as diverse as the surrounding neighborhoods.
“It’s been 10 years,” said Eugene Simor, founder of Alamo Beer Company, “and it’s been a lot of blood, sweat, and beers.”
The San Antonio-based brewing operation celebrated its 10th anniversary at Bombay Bicycle Club on Tuesday night.
In January 1970, African-American community leader Norva Hill organized more than 100 San Antonio women to stand in front of bulldozers preparing to demolish the Carver Library and Auditorium built in 1929.