It might still be unbearably hot this weekend, but that doesn’t stop San Antonio from enjoying live entertainment or local art.
The Lone Star neighborhood, known mainly for its Second Saturday Art Walk, landmark train tracks, and proximity to the former Lone Star Brewery, is establishing its identity as the Lone Star District, starting with the installation of official banners.
What I experienced can’t be found anywhere else at any other time than the Bienniale, when Venice transforms into the world’s capital of creativity.
For several years, First Friday gallery openings have been a mainstay attraction for people who want to check out the latest contemporary art exhibitions in the Blue Star Arts Complex.
San Antonio B-Cycle will unveil its brand-new “B-Cycle 2.0” bikes, as well as its upgraded bikeshare programs and membership options, at an open house on Friday, July 1 from 6-8 p.m. at its new Hemisfair office inside the historic Pereida house on 510 S. Alamo St.
First Friday in Southtown had a new neighbor Friday night as the church on the corner of South Alamo and Wickes streets hosted a Do210 preview party for Maverick Music Festival and the building’s new tenants, artisan sausage bar and restaurant Frank.
San Antonio is in the midst of an inspiring cultural surge.
Itʼs not just anywhere where one can wake up to a cork ceiling that was, decades ago, used to keep meat carcasses from spoiling.
I was first exposed to the King William Neighborhood by way of the First Friday Art Walk, circa 2003, as the event was gaining steam.
Plastic bags and Sonic cups wash up like driftwood in my front yard.