A variety of Fourth of July celebrations began on the holiday’s eve Tuesday and carried well into Wednesday in locations across San Antonio.
On Saturday, the “Pride Bigger Than Texas” parade marched down the LGBTQIA-friendly “Main Strip” toward the city’s new rainbow crosswalks.
While the Vigil for Humanity was a quiet yet defiant protest, the Noise Demo planned by Cosecha Texas was intended to be loud and unruly.
Madrid-based flamenco dancer Primitivo Daza and his dance company performed at the former brewery as part of the Olé San Antonio festival.
Hundreds gathered Friday evening in Alamo Plaza for a candlelight vigil to mark the one-year anniversary of firefighter Scott Deem’s death.
One day in the heat of July, Luis messaged me, saying he had just rescued a horse from dying of neglect in Houston. He asked if I wanted to document the process of bringing the horse back to health. I said yes immediately and was at the ranch the next day.
The celebration showcases the diversity and heritage of the city’s large population with cultural zones offering food, performances, art, and music.
With options for biking, hiking, camping, and kayaking, Medina River Natural Area offers the most adventure of any park in Bexar County.
Around 70 transgender activists and allies gathered at Crockett Park Tuesday evening to protest a ruling delivered in the case of Kenne McFadden.
One year after the Women’s March in Washington D.C. that protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, groups in cities around the world are hosting marches and rallies to mark the anniversary throughout the weekend.