San Antonians itching to get outside and connect with their neighborhoods Sunday are encouraged to participate in Síclovía, the city’s largest health and wellness event.
Bill Wren recalls how fascinated he was by the night sky when he was a child.
I’m not going to pretend I understand what the latest Pokémon Go craze is all about or even how it works, an obvious reminder of my age.
On July 23, the San Antonio CPA Society (SACPAS) held its annual Funlympics event at St.
Editor’s Note: This writer is a member of the Texas Hill Country Heritage Association.
City Council was briefed on Wednesday on the development of a work plan that when finished will recommend how to protect, improve and promote the World Heritage designation site.
Imagine the two-mile stretch of Broadway in Alamo Heights with a state-of-the art media library that blocks out the sound of traffic, or a farmer’s market and trails that connect neighborhoods with its residents.
“You really need to tell your story,” Cindy Snell told me during a chance encounter at a local coffee shop early one morning.
About 40 concerned cyclists gathered Wednesday evening for the inaugural San Antonio Bike Collective meeting.
“I live in the low hills north, looking on downtown and east of where the river runs.” This description could have been written about my neighborhood in Terrell Heights a couple hundred years ago, but you can’t really see the hills now.