Six speakers. Twenty images each. All came from vastly different backgrounds, but by letting an audience into their worlds, they offered a deeper look at themselves and their small parts of San Antonio.
San Antonio speaker series PechaKucha heads to Venue Villita for its 34th volume on Tuesday, June 11.
The cemetery is the resting place of the ancestors of some of Bexar County’s black farm and ranch families.
The third annual Currents in Texas Archaeology Symposium at the Witte Museum Friday night had the City’s top archaeologists presenting a summary of the Mission work they have been doing for the past few years
A team of archaeologists and historians will set up shop at digging sites in Alamo Plaza on July 5.
San Antonio’s first mission was probably founded on a hill near the present-day Christopher Columbus Italian Society, City Archaeologist Kay Hindes told a group of 60 history lovers in the society hall Wednesday afternoon.