Hundreds of people participated in the 23rd annual César E. Chávez March for Justice, which made its way from the near West Side through downtown to Hemisfair, on Saturday.
Archives for March 2019
“Interwoven,” a mural by artist Jennifer Khoshbin, depicts five refugee and immigrant women who have come to call San Antonio home.
After all these years, the Bonham is still about acceptance, about letting your hair down and soaking in the vibes of a pivotal place in Alamo City LGBTQ history.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and many on the City Council would rather the seven-year legal dispute between the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group and the city of San Antonio over the property at 803 N. Cherry St. be resolved outside a courtroom.
Last week, NRP Group received the go-ahead from the Historic and Design Review Commission on its planned 323-unit, mixed-income apartment complex on San Pedro Creek, which it’s calling Acero.
Since its formation in 1978, the India Association of San Antonio (IASA) has evolved from a small group of dedicated volunteers to a nonprofit umbrella over cultural, religious and charitable groups representing the Alamo City’s growing South Asian community.
VIA Metropolitan Transit and Bexar County will offer free rides to those attending the Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice — an annual event that brings thousands to march in downtown San Antonio — on Saturday, March 30.
The old Last Word location will become Jet-Setter, a full bar that specializes in cocktails from across the globe.
So far, 60 San Antonio households who have contacted the city for rental assistance are eligible to tap into the city’s new $1 million risk mitigation fund.
The design of an eight-story apartment project near La Villita, known as St. John’s Square, was approved without discussion by the Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday.