The Burns Building is undergoing a transformation that preserves its unique history while becoming a collaborative office space.
Thousands of people sauntered through downtown Saturday to enjoy libations and food during the San Antonio Cocktail Conference’s Stroll on Houston Street.
The streets and sidewalks for several blocks of East Houston Street turned into canvases on Saturday as hundreds of children, adults, musicians, and artists, took to the streets to draw colorful chalk designs, stencil works, and portraits for Artpace’s 13th annual Chalk It Up event.
Many think the River Walk and downtown is just for tourists, but sometimes locals forget the ample variety of food and drink options available to them along the river and the surrounding area.
The cold and windy weather didn’t keep Cocktail Conference attendees from “The Stroll on Houston Street” Saturday night.
Chalk-stained hands were commonplace downtown this Saturday as kids, parents, and artists spread vibrant colors across Houston Street during Artpace’s Chalk It Up, a free festival of contemporary art.
The red and golden hues of Indian blankets gleam in the setting sunlight while a shadow drifts across the newly completed bridge at 3190 E. Houston St.
From my second story office at Houston Street and Broadway, I can hear the noise of jackhammers coming from across the street as the foundation for the new Hilton Garden Inn begins to take shape.
After an early morning rain, colorful chalk has once again flooded the streets for Artpace’s Chalk It Up.
East Houston Street is normally deserted early Saturday morning, but that changes once a year on the second Saturday of October.