At three panels during San Antonio CityFest, speakers offered various lenses through which to view San Antonio’s long history and how the city will evolve.
A Tricentennial exhibition of art and poetry is a trove of San Antonio history, a complex panorama of immigration, neighborhoods, architecture, and cultures interlacing the region’s 10,000-year period of inhabitation.
Among the 14 Texas Medal of Arts honorees are two San Antonio native sons and the Tobin Endowment.
For nearly two centuries, San Pedro Creek played a key role in San Antonio’s growth and development and its waters were regarded by the native people who lived alongside it as a viable life source.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the first phase of the $175 million San Pedro Creek Improvements Project will take place on Thursday, Sept.
Editor’s Note: John Phillip Santos, San Antonio author, documentarian and distinguished scholar in mestizo cultural studies at UTSA, was commissioned by Bexar County and the San Antonio River Authority to write a history of San Pedro Creek.
Improvements along the San Pedro Creek will tell a story.