State officials and one historically minded celebrity unveiled seven bronze models of the Alamo Monday morning, which are situated on the sidewalk between the site’s long barracks and the nearby cenotaph.
This week in Just This, Rick Casey talks with Rivard Report Managing Editor Iris Dimmick about the latest draft of plans for remaking Alamo Plaza.
Several San Antonians had advised fleeing Fiesta. But Fiesta parades? “Well. You should try it.” I’m glad I did.
The Alamo’s state overseers believe a new augmented-reality app violates the historic shrine’s intellectual property rights.
The “Experience Real History: Alamo” app offers a virtual, animated view of the most famous historical site in San Antonio.
“The Other Side of the Alamo: Art Against the Myth” exhibition at the Guadalupe considers San Antonio’s most famous symbol from alternate viewpoints.
You can explore the trendline of visits to the Missions since 1983 by using the Rivard Report’s interactive charts in this story.
Land Commissioner George P. Bush says that a draft audit critical of his agency’s oversight of the Alamo had been “doctored.”
Alamo Plaza should remain part of the fabric of the great city of San Antonio.
Douglass McDonald comes to San Antonio from Cincinnati to manage the Alamo, which is in the planning stages of a major renovation and restoration project.