City officials broke ground Friday on a $2.6 million improvement project for Martin Luther King Park that will add lighting, connect the Eastside park with an adjacent sports complex and add monuments to emphasize the park’s historical significance.
Methodist Healthcare Ministries will relocate its Dixom Clinic to Southeast San Antonio, an area that has lacked a healthcare facility for the uninsured.
When the committee reconvenes in March, it plans to draft a report with policy recommendations for consideration by a Council committee on public safety.
Attendees experienced breathtaking performances at all locations, discovered new artwork in many forms, and watched artists activate public spaces by sharing their original work, explaining their passions, and expressing local and personal histories.
Hundreds of people convened at the Hays Street Bridge on the Eastside amid multi-colored lights, art work, aerial dancers, and poets for the beginning of Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary multi-arts festival.
The eighth installment of Luminaria, San Antonio’s contemporary multi-arts festival, will light up the city’s Eastside Nov. 9-12.
Wuxi artists, from San Antonio’s sister city in China, will present their works, speak with students in the city’s art programs, and interact with fellow artists during Luminaria.
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 burgeoning Eastside will welcome yet another affordable, multi-family housing development – this time located near the intersection of Lord and South W.W. White roads.
Thousands of San Antonians flocked to Dignowity and Lockwood parks on the Eastside to celebrate San Antonio’s 11th Annual Beer Festival, which included over 150 breweries, largely with their own tents, and over 400 individual beers.