Election day is Saturday. After you’re done voting, take some time for music listening, food sampling, bubble popping, and more.
Confluence Park, the Witte Museum, San Antonio Botanical Garden, and Hemisfair’s Yanaguana Garden were all honored by the Texas chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Their plan calls for creating a new urban neighborhood that pays homage to the residential history of the land before the world’s fair.
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.
There are so many Fiesta events to sift through this year. We’ve picked out some highlights for you to check out and enjoy.
With construction on Civic Park starting later this year, Hemisfair is asking the public to help plan the downtown district’s next stage: Tower Park.
Both President Donald Trump and presidential hopeful Julián Castro campaigned in San Antonio in search of funds for their 2020 election campaigns.
The apartment building will be constructed on property in La Villita owned by St. John’s, a Lutheran church founded by early German settlers.
About 75 San Antonians started adding the first rough sketches and strokes of color to the “blank canvas” for the third phase of Hemisfair’s redevelopment.
Mosaic tile artist Oscar Alvarado’s name may not be widely known, but his art – featured prominently at Yanaguana Garden in Hemisfair – is.