The San Antonio Conservation Society has created a mobile tour for the Texas Star Trail, a sesquicentennial project established in 1986 in cooperation with the San Antonio Sesquicentennial Committee and the Granaderos de Galvez.
The Whirling Dervishes, known for their wide skirts and passionate, flowing dances devoted to the Sufi poet, Rumi, are coming back to San Antonio.
This week 35 Texans will be busy pumping physical and mental iron in San Antonio at Fit Camp, an intense week of workouts with personal trainers and meetings/cooking sessions with nutritionists designed to prepare them for the fifth annual H-E-B Slim Down Showdown.
Construction of a 155-room Embassy-Suites hotel is scheduled to begin next spring at Brooks City Base.
H-E-B is seeking teachers, principals, school districts, early childhood facilities, and school boards as nominees for the grocery chain’s annual Excellence in Education Awards, and there is only one week left to apply.
John Louis Santikos, founder and owner of the Santikos Theaters, the largest family-owned theater circuit in Texas, died Tuesday at Methodist Hospital after a short illness.
Danny J. Anderson, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Kansas, will serve as Trinity University’s 19th president.
The City’s Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) has approved a mixed-use development project featuring residential units, retail space, and parking for buildings located on historic Cattleman Square on the city’s near-Westside.
A diamond in the rough and a relic of San Antonio’s early water engineering, San Pedro Creek is stagnated along its narrow banks today in need of repair, advanced flood control, and new design.
Many of downtown San Antonio’s major streets and thoroughfares will be closed this Saturday and Sunday for the Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll San Antonio Marathon and Half Marathon.