In the 1820s or ’30s, an anonymous survivor of the Spanish Royalist occupation n 1813 wrote down his (or her?) memories of those tragic events.
The San Antonio Storybook podcast recalls that time when Henry the Puffy Taco accidentally outran a young fan – and the pair’s epic rematch.
A special episode of the San Antonio Storybook podcast pays tribute to Barney Smith, creator of the Toilet Seat Art Museum, who passed away last week.
After the Republican victory at the Battle of Rosillo and Texans’ bold declaration of independence in April 1813, a Royalist commander from Veracruz decided to take charge of the situation.
The research team learns important facts while digging at the suspected site of the Republican camp the night before the Battle of Medina.
A trip to San Antonio’s beloved Kiddie Park is like a trip back in time. This is the last month to enjoy the park at its original Broadway location.
This “San Antonio Storybook” chapter tells the story of how the Rollercade came to be built and the family responsible for keeping the Alamo City rolling.
The search team maps roads into San Antonio in 1813 and, with that, the line of Gen. Joaquín de Arredondo’s march on the morning of the Battle of Medina.
Storytellers Brandon Seale and Brantley Hightower aim to connect listeners with the city’s stories through podcasting, launching new podcasts on Monday.
Brandon Seale released the series earlier this year, and for the next 12 weeks, the Rivard Report will host one episode every Saturday.