Esperanza Peace and Justice Center leaders are asking City officials to commit $1 million to the restoration and preservation of the now-defunct Lerma’s Nite Club, the iconic Westside dance hall that opened on North Zarzamora Street in 1951 and for more than four decades featured South Texas’ most celebrated conjunto musicians.
Born in the coastal city of Valparaíso, Chile, the Austin-based artist Liliana Wilson practiced drawing at an early age, but thought that she would make her living in either architecture or law.
Ground Zero in San Antonio’s gentrification debate is a 21-acre plot of land that sits prominently above the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River just south of Concepción Park and a 10-minute walk to Mission Concepción.
There have been dozens of mayoral forums this year, some hosted by organizations with a specific focus, such as transportation or tourism and the hospitality industry. The Rivard Report’s forum at the Pearl last week focused more broadly on a range of urban issues.
Wednesday evening’s public input meeting on how to mitigate gentrification erupted into several shouting matches in English and Spanish after organizers said there would not be simultaneous translation of all comments.
A community of local social justice groups are coming together to “reclaim” the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March slated for Monday, Jan.
Alamo Beer Company’s $8-million brewing facility on the near Eastside of San Antonio hosted a symbolic ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning to mark the beginning of production, which will start later this month.
Many are familiar with the trick-or-treating of Halloween and the observance of All Saint’s Day beginning on the first of November.
The French & Michigan zoning saga is no simple matter.
The long-awaited day in court has arrived for parties for and against the Alamo Beer Co.’s construction of a brewery in the shadow of the historic Hays Street Bridge.