Activists supporting San Antonio’s paid sick leave ordinance interrupted a City Council meeting, chanting and unfurling a banner that read “No Trust.”
Lerma’s Nite Club was a longtime conjunto music venue that closed in 2010, but community leaders are reviving the space.
Happy summer solstice! Celebrate the longest day of the year with free yoga or a culinary demonstration at San Antonio Botanical Garden. You’ve got options.
The land swap deal comes amid a contentious debate between developer Mitch Meyer and area residents and local preservationists.
Mitch Meyer is close to landing a deal that would allow him swap his contentious land next to the Hays Street Bridge with two acres of City-owned land nearby.
Mariana Ornelas, an educator and activist who died in 2017, amassed a collection of huipiles and textiles during her travels in Central America.
San Antonio City Council unanimously approved on Thursday 10 new guiding principles for public participation.
The Día de los Muertos celebration at the Rinconcito de Esperanza brought ancient Mexican traditions to the Westside community.
A group of panelists spent Wednesday evening talking about parts of Alamo history that have been relegated to the background in public discourse.
City staff received the go-ahead Wednesday from a City Council committee to continue work on viewshed protections for areas surrounding cultural landmarks.