For the third exhibition at Gonzales Gallery, Rivard Report photographers Scott Ball and Bonnie Arbittier combed through the year’s most compelling shots.
Friday’s second annual CityFest, an urban visioning and public policy festival, seeks to spark civic engagement on topics crucial to San Antonio’s future.
The Rivard Report will welcome four superintendents at a free event Tuesday night focused on education on San Antonio’s South Side.
The decision to go nonprofit was not an easy one, but it was a smart decision for the longterm viability of the enterprise.
Toronto urbanist Gil Penalosa was invited back to San Antonio by the local chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar.
Chick-Fil-A continued to occupy a prominent place in the conversation between Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6).
The Rivard Report will host a debate between Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) on Wednesday, April 17.
Research indicates that borrowing money through municipal bonds becomes more expensive for local governments after local newspapers close.
The Rivard Report showcases its most meaningful photographs of the events and people that shaped San Antonio in 2018.
The new Gonzales Gallery in the Rivard Report offices will open Dec. 11 with a public reception for three San Antonio artists.