The eighth annual Diwali Festival drew thousands of people to La Villita to celebrate Indian culture, lights, and laughter.
Through countless hours of building trust within the homeless population to working directly with the San Antonio Police Department to encourage loiterers and squatters to utilize Haven’s resources or address mental illness, Ron Brown is transforming San Antonio’s homeless population one individual at a time.
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.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum was buzzing with activity Saturday as hundreds of people gathered to celebrate Native American culture and art at the third annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Market.
The McNay Art Museum selected Richard Aste, former curator and art historian from the Brooklyn Museum in New York, to serve as the new director of the museum following the retirement of longtime Director William J. Chiego, whose 25-year legacy left an indelible mark on the museum and the city.
Dozens of Eastside residents and business owners met with San Antonio Federal Credit Union (SACU) representatives on Aug.
Here’s how a bank or credit union usually opens up a new branch: start with a traffic study, purchase a property, and maybe, send out an invite for the ribbon cutting.
Starting at about 6:45 a.m. Wednesday, 79 recently-hatched Kemp’s Ridley turtles flopped and scurried their way across the wet sand on the Padre Island National Seashore into the Gulf of Mexico – like millions have done before them – as more than 500 adults and children watched behind a tape barrier nearby. It was the last public Kemp’s Ridley turtle release at the Padre Island National Seashore this breeding season.
After returning to San Antonio from serving in the U.S. Army, Frederick Gardner had nowhere of his own to go.