The Battle of Flowers Association marked its 128th parade Friday morning. Thousands of people wearing colorful clothing and floral crowns came to celebrate.
A retooled intersection known as a displaced left turn is aimed at relieving congestion at Bandera Road and Loop 1604.
This year’s King William Fair will tell the story of the picturesque neighborhood and the people who shaped it, without skimping on any Fiesta fun.
The coronation dress designs of Margaret King Stanley are featured in the Witte Museum’s “Fiesta 1969: Blast from the Past” exhibition.
The Fiesta favorite touched on many of the heavy hitters in the past year’s news, including ex-City Manager Sheryl Sculley and the ubiquitous “Baby Shark.”
On Tuesday morning, Beacon Hill Academy students raced around their campus to celebrate Fiesta, getting doused by water from a fire truck.
The 75th annual Texas Cavaliers River Parade entertained thousands of spectators, and the Cavaliers’ foundation raised $1.5 million for children’s causes.
Hundreds walked through the streets of downtown to the Alamo to present floral tributes and remember the men who died.
Fiesta is in full swing this week. So is early voting. Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacque Callanen said she does not expect a high voter turnout.
At one of the kickoff events to Fiesta, guests sampled regional Texas cuisine, along with a dish from chefs from San Antonio’s German sister city.