Austin may be the “Tech Capital” of Texas, but according a study released at the InnoTech San Antonio conference on Wednesday, San Antonio is closing in on that title.
Chef Johnny Hernandez never stops moving.
Locals stop by the Trinity Market each Saturday to walk the grounds with family and furry friends, check out the freshly prepared beverages and bites prepared by small businesses, and a growing number of market-goers are showing up with reusable bags in hand to shop for their weekly produce.
Nao Latin Gastro Bar, a unique eatery operated by the adjacent Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio, is surrounded by some of the greatest restaurants and culinary talent in the country.
Dan Gillett, president and CEO of the the online fundraising platform Kimbia, will donate three months of his salary to various nonprofits and the company will return a portion of its processing fees to thousands of organizations that were unable to collect donations through the platform during at least 40 different citywide Give Local America fundraising drives, due to a technical malfunction on Tuesday.
El Mirador, a Southtown landmark and favorite breakfast spot for many San Antonio business, community and political leaders, served its final breakfast and lunch on Thursday before closing its doors for two months for interior and exterior renovations.
Hunger is a complex, national issue but for many families, it simply means a choice between buying food or paying rent.
A $17.4 million, 500-spot parking garage is one step closer to opening for attendees of events and programs at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts after Bexar County Commissioners unanimously approved $5 million for its contribution toward the new garage on Tuesday.
Bexar County Commissioners unanimously approved a revised plan for the video visitation center at the County jail on Tuesday.
Until two weeks ago, most of the students in the ConnectHome training program had never used or owned a personal computer, but they celebrated their new found computer skills – and new MacBook Pros – during a graduation ceremony Thursday afternoon.