As Adriana Rocha Garcia and Johnny Arredondo campaign for District 4’s council seat, they also must keep the district’s typical low voter turnout in mind.
Dance all weekend at the 38th Tejano Conjunto Festival, which continues Friday through Sunday at Rosedale Park, with more than 25 bands performing.
Two arts-oriented benefits aim to help asylum-seekers from Mexico and Central America while they await processing in San Antonio.
The San Antonio Area Foundation announced its partnership with other foundations and the city to create the Live to Ride fund in April.
Science, art, texture, and color commingle in “Sea & Sky,” featuring Andrea Reyes and Jason Willome. The exhibition opens May 7 at 126 Gonzales St.
“The Art of Texas: 250 Years” opens Saturday at the Witte Museum, featuring Texas-themed painting and sculpture.
This year’s King William Fair will tell the story of the picturesque neighborhood and the people who shaped it, without skimping on any Fiesta fun.
City Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) has a record of going against the grain in City Council decisions. He’s now running to be San Antonio’s next mayor.
Ron Nirenberg launched major planning and policy initiatives during his two years as mayor. He’s in the midst of a tough race against Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6).
There are so many Fiesta events to sift through this year. We’ve picked out some highlights for you to check out and enjoy.