The grand 19th-century San Antonio home named for two prominent families who filled it with treasures is now open to the public.
One lasting legacy from the Tricentennial will be a commemorative book, titled "300 Years of San Antonio & Bexar County," to be published in June.
With the lessons of Harvey fresh in the minds of local leaders, Bexar County officials are taking a renewed look at the area's flood preparedness.
The Witte Museum will open an exhibit of more than 40 rare maps on Friday that detail the evolution of Texas, San Antonio and its Spanish colonial missions.
An incredible amount of time and craftsmanship went into the construction of San Antonio’s centuries-old Spanish missions, and crafting the massive World Heritage Site nomination document which went off in January to the Paris headquarters of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee was a labor-intensive undertaking in its own right.
For too many in San Antonio and South Texas, the historical narrative begins in 1836 with the Battle of the Alamo.
Every time I drive to Dallas or points northward, I glance over at Dealey Plaza, where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Janis Joplin – every girl wanted to be her and every guy wanted to be with her.
You don't need to go to church every Sunday to appreciate the history, architecture, and societal impact contained within, and seeping out of, places of worship.