“The last thing we want to do is be in denial and say that this could never happen in San Antonio,” Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar told the crowd. “It could and it might.”
Not all downtown SA history happened at Alamo Plaza. The city’s two other downtown plazas have also brought forth troves of secrets from the city’s 300-year history.
While the Vigil for Humanity was a quiet yet defiant protest, the Noise Demo planned by Cosecha Texas was intended to be loud and unruly.
The May 1 Day of Reflection kicked off Tricentennial Commemorative Week in Main Plaza, with faith leaders from 23 different relgious and spiritual groups.
One year after the Women’s March in Washington D.C. that protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, groups in cities around the world are hosting marches and rallies to mark the anniversary throughout the weekend.
The River Walk is adorned with its traditional lighted cypress trees, while the Pearl is decked out with a multitude of white lights.
The Alamo needs to remain free – free to all the public, at all hours of the day and night, for all purposes.
The annual crowning of Rey Feo took place Friday night at Main Plaza as longtime local businessman Fred Reyes was honored as the 69th king.
Visitors to Main Plaza heard a live concert of works by Johann Sebastian Bach in celebration of the composer’s birthday.
The small lot across from Main Plaza in downtown San Antonio at 100 N. Main Ave., which has sat vacant for five years, will soon become an 18-story office and hotel tower with ground floor retail.