The theme of the 14th annual PRIDE San Antonio Festival and Parade was “Living Now – Forever Proud.”
A staple since the beginning of the year, the free event takes place every last Sunday of the month.
Now celebrated for four consecutive years in San Antonio, the annual event is a Catholic celebration of the true presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
The museum will partner with area educators to deliver an array of STEM education programs starting this summer.
Many countries and cultures developed riding competitions based on Spanish influences, but only few have as many particularities as the Mexican charreada.
For families and loved ones of those we remember, every single day is Memorial Day.
The pavilion at Rosedale Park was filled with dancing and spectators sitting in lawn chairs with cold beers in their hands.
Deeply rooted traditions of gallantry and horsemanship are reflected in the charros’ elegant attire, finely-crafted riding gear, and their social mores.
Saturday night’s weather forecast predicted showers at the Fiesta Flambeau Night Parade, but no rain fell on the signature Fiesta event that enlivened downtown.
Thousands took to San Antonio’s downtown streets Friday to catch a glimpse of the 126th annual Battle of Flowers Parade.