Mission Concepción will host hundreds of Matachine dancers and spectators from San Antonio and South Texas on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 2 p.m.
Striking a balance between economic development and housing opportunities is one of District 3 Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran’s biggest challenges.
Mission Concepción’s plaza was packed with hundreds of people Friday night who came to watch the 262-year-old church come to life with moving, projected light
The five-day festival will feature symposiums, a story exhibit, a sunset picnic, a bike ride and 5K/10K walk, a live music pachanga, and a celebratory Mass.
The City’s Historic and Design Review Commission unanimously approved a revised design for an apartment complex next to Mission Concepción.
The proposed design features various buildings throughout the complex that would be one to 11 feet taller than what the overlay allows.
Some neighborhood residents think the project will enhance the blighted seminary campus while others see it as an example of gentrification.
In this season of giving, it makes sense to shop ethically, to think about both the person who will receive the gift and the person who made the gift.
The tradition of the matachines music, costumes, and movement in San Antonio has been alive for generations.
The tradition of the matachines music, costumes, and movement has lived on for generations, with many San Antonio families dancing together through the years.