The River Walk is adorned with its traditional lighted cypress trees, while the Pearl is decked out with a multitude of white lights.
Credit Human’s new 10-story headquarters at the Pearl will bring its local workforce of 435 employees into San Antonio’s urban core.
Steam will rise from metal trays and the smell of masa will fill the air as the Historic Pearl hosts the seventh annual Tamales! Holiday Festival.
Hundreds of children and adults gathered at the Pearl on Saturday to attend the culmination of the three-day Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival.
As the United States’ first official “Monarch Champion City” – a unique designation by the National Wildlife Federation for cities that adopt all of the federation’s 24 recommendations for Monarch conservation – San Antonio will host a fun and educational celebration in honor of the winged insects that travel through the city on their multi-generation migration from Mexico to Canada and back again.
The colors of Cruz Ortiz’s Snake Hawk Press mascot and the vibe created by Dos Equis and Red Bull were in the air all the way to Pearl Parkway, and the concentration of pura vida y energia was felt at the stage where the dancers danced and the players played.
Échale, a free block party that showcases Latin music’s eclectic blend of national and international talents, has remained a family-friendly, food-frenzy, feel-fine affair that simultaneously brings out the best of the Pearl and San Antonio for a full day of flavor that you should definitely “check out.”
Friday was the last lunch service for the Pearl’s Sandbar Fish House & Market.
Last year, Chef Steve McHugh and his team at Cured raised a whopping $28,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) at the annual Cured for a Cure dinner, which McHugh, a survivor of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, credits with “essentially saving (his) life.”
McHugh plans to raise the stakes for this year’s LLS, five-course fundraising dinner – which is set for Sunday, Sept.
Dapper dandies and dolls rollicked and rejoiced as the dim lights shone over Jazz, TX during its soft opening Saturday night.