The theme for the 37th annual Ford Holiday River Parade in downtown San Antonio this year is “Christmas at the Movies.”
A $2.5 million food park project on the Eastside is set to open by January 2018, just in time for the city’s Tricentennial celebrations.
Soon enough, the universal appeal of kids and water gave rise to wide grins, squeals and laughter — and a summer day to remember.
The cable industry is rediscovering that content is the critical king (or queen) and the customer always wins.
The streets and sidewalks for several blocks of East Houston Street turned into canvases on Saturday as hundreds of children, adults, musicians, and artists, took to the streets to draw colorful chalk designs, stencil works, and portraits for Artpace’s 13th annual Chalk It Up event.
Faith Harper was a fan of TED and its reputation for eclectic speech topics long before she heard the radio ad exhorting San Antonians to apply to speak at the 2012 TEDxSanAntonio event.
Richard Turner is explaining how to cheat at playing cards to a little boy as I approach the velvet table.
The San Antonio Film Festival kicks off Monday, June 17, with an ambitious schedule screening more than 170 films at several theaters.
For many, St.
by Edward Romero
Youth Orchestras of San Antonio’s most advanced ensemble, the YOSA Philharmonic, embarked on its ninth international triennial trip last month.