The San Antonio Conservation Society, with the help of a local architect and a neighborhood advocate, have created a paper-and-online petition to gather support for a plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza without “barriers” like closed streets, walls, railings, and gates as recently proposed by designers.
A Historic Preservation Month Seminar will honor local WPA-era projects at the Stinson Municipal Airport terminal on Saturday, May 19.
At a A Night In Old San Antonio, the long lines for chicken-on-a-stick were expected. The inclement weather was more of a surprise.
Fiesta, the “party with a purpose,” annually contributes millions of dollars in economic impact to San Antonio, but also to local charities, both big and small.
The street that once held my grandparent’s house had become ground zero for HemisFair ‘68, the main gateway to a world’s fair that brought more than six million visitors to San Antonio.
City Council decided to delay starting the historic designation process for a long-vacant gas station, giving the owner more time to sell.
What do Southtown eatery Bliss, The Station Cafe in King William, and sloan/hall in Alamo Heights have in common? All three are housed in historic gas stations.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church is a storied jewel just blocks from San Fernando Cathedral, though far less well-known.
San Antonio’s first water works structure is beginning to crumble, but a new agreement between the city and the San Antonio Conservation Society will preserve it.
The Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday approved supporting the Texas Historical Commission’s nomination of the St. John’s Seminary property to the National Register of Historic Places.