The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
If a great urban park in a great downtown can be considered the heart and soul of a city, then perhaps the way to the public’s heart might be through its stomach.
One year ago, no one in San Antonio would have thought to do yoga or Tai Chi, or play chess at Hemisfair Park.
About 30 representatives from coffee shops, a “cupcakery,” a bar, an apparel shop, and other local businesses attended an informational session Monday morning to check out leasing opportunities for two historic buildings in Hemisfair Park.
Yanaguana Garden has already hosted dozens of free community events since it opened last year.
A crowd of 500 adults, children and more than a few dogs poured into Hemisfair’s Yanaguana Garden Tuesday to listen to the rapid-fire storytelling that is PechaKucha.
Paleteria San Antonio, the first business to open up shop within Hemisfair’s recently redeveloped Yanaguana Garden playscape, will celebrate its grand opening on Tuesday, June 7 from 5-6:30 p.m. at its location in the historic Pereida House.
City of San Antonio officials took issue with the observation made in my Sunday column that the only completed downtown project in the 2012 bond that could be described as truly transformational is Yanaguana Garden in Hemisfair.
PechaKucha is back again and this time the rapid-fire storytelling event will draw hundreds of inquisitive San Antonians to Hemisfair’s Yanaguana Garden on Tuesday evening, June 7, for its 22nd appearance in the city.
Thousands of visitors flocked to Yanaguana Garden on Saturday for the inaugural Mockingbird Fest, a free, day-long celebration of authentic Texas culture.