While artists created portals to Missions Concepción, San José, and San Juan, Mission Espada’s portal will be made through a community collaboration.
More than 50 members of the Southside community filled a conference room at Stinson Municipal Airport to consider changes pertaining to proposed amendments to land use in the Mission World Heritage area.
Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB) – a national organization dedicated to growing a community of black women and girls who share a passion for cycling, fitness, and freedom – hosted a free bike ride along the Mission Reach Saturday morning.
Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB), a national organization dedicated to inspiring healthy lifestyles among black females, will host a free bike ride for its San Antonio members along the Mission Reach Saturday, Sept.
July 5 marks one year since San Antonio’s four Spanish colonial Missions and the Alamo officially received UNESCO World Heritage designation.
After gathering community feedback regarding the future plans for city’s newly-designated World Heritage sites – the city’s five Spanish missions – the City of San Antonio and its partners will provide an update on the World Heritage Work Plan during an open house on Tuesday, April 5 from 6-8 p.m.
The open house will be held at the National Park Service Visitor Center, adjacent to Mission San José, at 6701 San José Drive.
Increased green spaces and limited development surrounding the five Spanish mission sites were hotly-debated subjects during the City’s third World Heritage Symposium on Saturday.
An incredible amount of time and craftsmanship went into the construction of San Antonio’s centuries-old Spanish missions, and crafting the massive World Heritage Site nomination document which went off in January to the Paris headquarters of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee was a labor-intensive undertaking in its own right.
You don’t need to go to church every Sunday to appreciate the history, architecture, and societal impact contained within, and seeping out of, places of worship.
This weekend, the Texas Rangers face off against the San Diego Padres, billed as the Big League Weekend at the first-ever Major League Baseball game at the Alamodome.