Local designers analyze the 2019 city election season’s campaign graphics from an artistic standpoint, finding hits and misses.
In his bid for a third Council term, Roberto Treviño has drawn eigth challengers in a race in which the Chick-fil-A controversy is figuring prominently.
At a wide-ranging District 1 candidate forum, candidates discussed housing affordability, the recent Chick-fil-A vote, and much more.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) used a procedural move that could lead to a re-vote on whether Chick-fil-A should open in the airport.
City Council approved a measure Thursday that aims to unify the “lighting character” of the urban core with a master lighting plan.
On April 11, the Council is to vote on the plan and on a proposed ban on tobacco use in its parks, as well as public spaces including the River Walk.
The agreement requires the contractor to remove Chick-fil-A from the airport because of the fast food chain’s association with anti-LGBTQIA groups.
The CEO of three popular attractions across from the Alamo says officials’ sense of urgency regarding his and other businesses seems to be lacking.
For one thing, the new Fiesta parade route will run along Third Street, turning at Bonham – at the museum – to circle back behind the Alamo.
The City Council decision marked the end of a long tug-of-war over the 1915 Beacon Hill building and whether it should be preserved.