The Church is asking for “creative solutions” that could satisfy its need for more revenue and activity from its downtown properties.
Ballet San Antonio’s dancers migrated from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to the nearby greenspace to wow spectators with their skill and grace.
A series of casual noontime concerts, called Music in the Park, will continue every Wednesday through April 5.
San Antonio’s biggest and most community-oriented jazz festival, San Antonio Parks Foundation’s 33rd Jazz’SAlive, will take the stage this Saturday and Sunday at Travis Park.
More than 60 local activists and community members came together Friday evening for the #SpeakUpSpeakOut rally, a peaceful demonstration in Travis Park to continue the fight for equality, justice, and love and understanding for and among the black community as well as other disenfranchised groups.
The deaths of two black men – Philando Castile, 32, and Alton Sterling, 37 – at the hands of the Minneapolis and Baton Rouge police last week have left national and local communities in anger, fear, and frustration.
It’s no secret that most of the San Antonio population is deeply devoted to the Spurs.
Travis Park was dressed and decorated in white on Friday evening, for the second annual “Dinner ‘n Blanc” event in Travis Park.
Travis Park will be hosting several events between now and April, just in time for residents and visitors alike to take to the park and enjoy the spring weather.
Bundle up for what constitutes winter in San Antonio (projected temperatures in the low 60s and high 50s) and celebrate the holiday season with snowball fights, Christmas singalongs and 250,000 lights during the epic Elf Movie Party at Travis Park this Saturday from 6-10 p.m. The highlight of the free weekend gathering in the park will be an outdoor screening of “Elf,” the Will Farrell Christmas classic, presented by Centro San Antonio and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.