The auction drew more than 150 people and featured such items as three former skyline gondolas and memorabilia from HemisFair ’68.
With the massive redevelopment project happening in phases, there’s always something new popping up at the park-centric Hemisfair District.
The street that once held my grandparent’s house had become ground zero for HemisFair ‘68, the main gateway to a world’s fair that brought more than six million visitors to San Antonio.
The official theme of HemisFair ’68 was “The Confluence of Civilizations in America.” Much of that same language is used today to promote SA’s Tricentennial.
Local author and world explorer Catherine Nixon Cooke has written a book to awake the slumbering mural as an example of San Antonio’s cultural diversity and expression.
The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2014 design awards this week.
Surrounded by friends and family at home, Bill Sinkin, 100, died Monday evening.
Donovan Rypkema, the intellectual force and principal behind Washington D.C.-based PlaceEconomics, a real estate and economic development consulting firm, couldn’t be coming to downtown San Antonio at a better time.
At 89 years old, Rosemary Kowalski is my oldest friend on Facebook.