The announcement by organizers that the March 30 Síclovía will move from Broadway to the Southside for the first time in the event’s two-and-a-half year existence is good news for the city’s cycling community.
At the Rivard Report, we believe the Monarch butterfly should be declared the Official Insect of San Antonio.
Standing in Padre Park Saturday morning under an open-sided tent crowded with public officials, dignitaries, long-serving river restoration devotees and some of the Southside’s finest, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff began with a gentle warning.
Walk, roller blade, cycle, canoe, kayak.
Something Monday is about to be three weeks old, and after two weeks on and off the Mission Reach, this Monday we are heading north to historic Brackenridge Park.
It’s a common complaint heard around town on Monday nights in San Antonio: There’s nothing to do.
Some day soon, Confluence Park, a hands-on science and technology learning center, will come to life on an empty three-acre lot where the San Antonio River and San Pedro Creek meet. What was once a fenced-off storage yard for CPS Energy that sat between the river and nearby homes will be transformed into a showcase Southside destination where learning will be fun.
A family of mildly alarmed mallard ducks took cover early as the Cabrera family of four in a red, white and blue paddle boat slowly made their way under the Arsenal Street Bridge north toward the Nueva Street floodgates.
Drought-stricken San Antonio was stunned by intense rainfall and flooding that brought the city to a near-halt Saturday morning.
Let’s face it, San Antonio: We have an embarrassing litter habit, and we need to break it.