The Alamo Brewery’s big new tent purchased for Octoberfest provided both a literal and metaphorical shelter for Dignowity Hill neighbors, community leaders, members of the design community, and elected officials, including Mayor Ivy Taylor, to gather Wednesday night to talk about balanced neighborhood redevelopment.
The Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio’s Mays Family Clubhouse will open on the City’s near-Westside in the fall of 2016.
Speeches by day turned to music by night as the city’s World Heritage celebrations continued Saturday.
Representatives from the City of San Antonio, the Texas General Land Office, and the Alamo Endowment gathered in front of the Alamo Thursday evening to formally sign an agreement to collaboratively fund and plan a multi-million dollar revitalization and preservation effort for the Alamo Plaza Historic District.
City Council approved the donation of 19 City-owned properties to the San Antonio River Authority on Thursday as part of the $206.8 million San Pedro Creek Improvements Project.
Two free and public events will take place next week to discuss the transformations taking place in the near-Eastside, a long-neglected area of the city.
Seeing the way other people live is a natural curiosity for most, especially when those people live in well-thought-out homes designed by premier architects.
The San Antonio River Foundation will host the first annual River Relay next month, a race that combines a three-mile kayak paddle with a 5K run that culminates with educational activities and live music at Mission County Park.
Clouds parted at Main Plaza on Friday as a sea of people in green flooded the courtyard in front of the San Fernando Cathedral in support of World Mental Health Day.
For most artists, steady cash-flow can lighten the burden of worry and thus spawn creativity.