“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.
City Council on Thursday voted unanimously in favor of the $450 million Alamo Master Plan, which initiates the hiring of architects to design the final physical space surrounding the Alamo and allows city and state officials to start work on key elements of the plan.
So far, designers seem to have scrapped the idea to remove and relocate existing trees, and they have added several entry points north of the plaza.
In 1936, the State of Texas held a Centennial celebration, and like everything Texas does, it was the biggest celebration of a centennial ever seen.
We urge City Council to approve the master plan conditional on the plaza remaining a connected civic space rather than a controlled-access outdoor museum.
The Alamo needs to remain free – free to all the public, at all hours of the day and night, for all purposes.