As San Antonio and Fiesta have grown, some of the events continue to keep it real.
Dog owners and their canine friends began the 17th annual Fiesta Pooch Parade at the Alamo Heights Swimming Pool and made their way through Alamo Heights on a 2.6 mile route.
If you haven’t noticed the massive bleachers and sporadic folding chairs camped out in downtown San Antonio this week, then you’ve probably been avoiding Fiesta parade routes.
Editor’s Note: This article is a work of satire.
Growing up on the Northside often left me distant or unaware of events happening downtown.
Cornyation is one of the most highly anticipated events of Fiesta San Antonio – and for good reason, it’s the most outlandish. Performances are filled with bright colors, over-the-top costumes, sexual innuendo, great irreverence, and lots of newsy skits and jokes.
To celebrate Fiesta – and to help with San Antonio’s elevated DWI rates during and after celebrations – Uber San Antonio will be offering free rides on Thursday evening.
On one of the last cool nights before the pre-summer heat descends on the city, a crowd of Fiesta revelers gathered at the Garden Casa Villita for the Kings Party.
Josh Huskin is one of the top photographers in San Antonio, part of the new generation photographing everyone from legendary musician Augie Meyers to the 16th U.S Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julián Castro.