Countless visitors descended on the recently open Pearl Park Tuesday to attend the Red, White, and Blues event meant to celebrate the Fourth of July
When Castroville marks the anniversary of the nation’s independence, it does so with a parade that’s as old-fashioned as they come.
Immigrants have been making an impact on this country for a long, long time. We have made our community better, richer, and stronger, for many, many years.
Few summer celebrations match the size and popularity of the Fourth of July, or Independence Day.
Thousands of local San Antonio residents gathered once again at Woodlawn Lake Park where festivities from a 5k to a children’s parade took place before the big show, a fireworks display over the inner-city lake.
The Fourth of July falls on a Monday this year, but there are plenty of options for those who want to celebrate Independence Day with a bang.
Independence Day is a day to celebrate our freedom, specifically the freedom to govern ourselves. The Fourth of July is also the National Day of the United States, and a fitting time to reflect on our many traditions.
Children ran holding small American flags in their hands as parents sat plopped in portable lawn chairs.
Thousands of visitors and locals hoping to catch the firework display at Hemisfair Park downtown last night were not disappointed by the lingering threat of thunderstorms.
Long before the first explosion, I arrived early and had some time to burn so I took a stroll into one of my favorite neighborhoods, Southtown.