The controlled burns planned for June will help regenerate native tallgrass prairie grasses and flowers and help keep out small trees, shrubs, and unwanted plants.
For the next 22 weeks, the Rivard Report will host Brandon Seale’s podcast, “A New History of Old San Antonio,” every Saturday.
Blue Duck Scooters, a San Antonio-based startup, aims to put up to 1,000 of the dockless shared vehicles on downtown streets.
After hosting tens of thousands of people for the NCAA Men’s Final Four last weekend, what’s next for the 25-year-old Alamodome?
Jorge Ramos will discuss his book Stranger: The Challenge of a Latino Immigrant In the Era of Donald Trump on April 7 at the San Antonio Book Festival.
More than 60 U.S. and Mexican public officials gathered at the inaugural All Mexico-U.S. Sister Cities Mayors’ Summit in Guadalajara this weekend.
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.
Mala Luna is now one of many music festivals in the city along with the Maverick Music Festival and the upcoming inaugural La Botánica festival.
Hundreds of San Antonians arrived to La Villita donning colorful costumes, dresses, calavera masks, and intricate face paint in honor of Día de los Muertos.
The site is the new home of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library Collection, a research collection that resided at the Alamo for more than a century.