As shoppers drifted between art galleries and cafes in downtown La Villita on Saturday, men dressed in in hats and coats from the 19thcentury hid behind walls and pillars, staring down their rifles at others dressed as soldiers in the Mexican army.
While the Vigil for Humanity was a quiet yet defiant protest, the Noise Demo planned by Cosecha Texas was intended to be loud and unruly.
The Urban-15 performance troupe celebrated the summer solstice with a dance in a public art installation at the airport parking lot.
With options for biking, hiking, camping, and kayaking, Medina River Natural Area offers the most adventure of any park in Bexar County.
Jews typically recite blessings during this ritual and display the menorah in a window to remind others of the miracle that inspired the holiday.
Mission Concepción will host hundreds of Matachine dancers and spectators from San Antonio and South Texas on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 2 p.m.
Bike and pedestrian traffic took center stage as both residents and visitors experienced the city from a different point of view.
Hundreds swarmed the Pearl on Sunday for the second annual Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival, highlighted by a parade and butterfly release.
Many attendees have built friendships with each other centered around their love for the Tejano Conjunto Festival.
This short film on zoning highlights a necessary function in the design of individual buildings, city blocks, neighborhoods, and communities.