“Reconciliar Ciudad y Naturaleza,” an exhibition of landscape architect Mario Schjetnan’s work, opens Jan. 17 at the Mexican Cultural Institute.
Bexar County commissioners approved almost $60 million for the next segment of construction of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park.
Bacteria remains the largest single pollution problem in the San Antonio River basin, according to the San Antonio River Authority’s most recent Clean Rivers Report.
The San Antonio River Authority (SARA) is seeking a new public artwork to replace “Plethora,” the sculpture originally intended for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park.
San Pedro Creek, long a neglected urban waterway, is now site of an incredible contrast near Santa Rosa Street.
We must work to keep San Antonio moving in a direction that attracts more of its youth to return to work, start new businesses, and grow their families.
The first segment of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park – stretching from near Fox Tech High School to Houston Street – will debut May 5.
City officials are looking at ways to assist tenants who face possible displacement as a result of rising rents at a downtown apartment complex.
Flowing with renewed purpose, the San Pedro Creek Culture Park invites the people of San Antonio to reconnect with a place of historical and cultural significance.
UTSA assistant professor Antonio Petrov moderated the final event of the speaker series “On the Edge of Future: Narratives of the Making of a City.”