The Department of Arts & Culture has unveiled ¡Adelante San Antonio!, a mural by local artist duo Dos Mestizx, in the new Consolidated Rental Car Facility.
The San Antonio City Council’s Governance Committee on Wednesday approved a proposal for establishing an open data program for city, county, and other local area governments.
San Antonio Symphony musicians ratified the contract at its concert rehearsal Thursday – an agreement that preserves current salaries and does not cut any players.
While commemorative Tricentennial merchandise is already available for purchase online, the brick-and-mortar gear shop won’t open for at least several more weeks.
Volunteers prepared 3,750 pounds of ham, 300 gallons of gravy, 3,750 pounds of mashed potatoes, 3,300 pounds of green beans, and 15,000 rolls.
The “San Antonio T” is a new public art garden proposed for the downtown River Walk.
The Tricentennial Commission could bring a local executive out of retirement or “borrow” someone for a year, interim director Carlos Contreras said.
The City Attorney is proposing changes to rules governing protests, parades, and processions that would create an online tool for requesting permits for demonstrations, designate a protest area at the airport, and streamline the permitting process.
H-E-B riders commemorated fellow rider and employee Allen Williams, struck from behind and killed by a speeding driver on Bandera Road on Sept. 2.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) called for a “full audit” of the Tricentennial Commission on Tuesday, little more than 24 hours after its CEO resigned.