Several artists and community members attended a meeting Thursday at Mission Branch Library to discuss ideas for a mural that will soon grace the walls of the Southeast Military underpass on Mission Parkway.
The bond would bring badly-needed infrastructure upgrades to neighborhoods and historic investment in transformative, citywide projects.
Traditionally sung in Spanish with an English narration, the origin of the play goes back to European medieval nativity performances.
There are innumerable elements in society that threaten the preservation of history, culture, and heritage.
More than 50 members of the Southside community filled a conference room at Stinson Municipal Airport to consider changes pertaining to proposed amendments to land use in the Mission World Heritage area.
The Road to World Heritage
On July 5, 2015, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee voted unanimously to inscribe the San Antonio Missions as the first World Heritage Site in Texas.
The voices of Mission descendants and the beat of their ceremonial drum floated through the grounds of Mission San José Wednesday morning as dozens of local leaders gathered to mark the first annual World Heritage Festival, a free weekend celebration of history, community, and culture surrounding the Spanish-colonial Missions in San Antonio’s Southside from Sept.
San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley gave an overview of the $2.5 billion proposed budget for the 2017 fiscal year to City Council on Thursday.
The controversial, gated apartment complex proposed for the blighted St.
San Antonio’s first annual World Heritage Festival will feature a Saturday that begins with hundreds taking to the Missions on bikes for a family-friendly ride, a 5k run, and a Mission Reach camino, or walk to Mission San José, while late afternoon and into the night will showcase local musicians putting on the inaugural Mission Pachanga at Mission County Park.