Another eclectic lineup of authors is slated for this year’s San Antonio Book Festival, which is scheduled for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. April 6 at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art.
Luminaria is seeking artists of all media for its two major art gatherings in November—the contemporary arts festival at Hemisfair on Nov. 9 and the Mission San José Interpretive Arts Program on Nov. 10.
Tomorrow night, the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) and 210 Development Group will host a public meeting to gather input on a $24 million, 200-unit mixed-income development being proposed for a 3.7-acre piece of land southwest of downtown along Alazan Creek.
Revisions to the city’s dockless vehicle pilot program, a response to complaints of scooter-strewn sidewalks and unsafe riding, are on the City Council’s agenda for its Thursday meeting.
MujerArtes, the women’s clay cooperative on the near West Side, is hosting an exhibit and open house called Handmade Con Amor 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.
In observance of the Lunar New Year and the Year of the Boar, the daylong Asian Festival returns to the Institute of Texan Cultures on Saturday.
Alamo Community Group has redesigned its Museum Reach Lofts, one of the true affordable housing developments planned for the downtown area that’s due to begin construction this spring.
In a 11-0 vote Thursday morning, the City Council approved Erik Walsh as the new city manager of San Antonio.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg believes e-scooter usage has “grown beyond expectations.”
Austin-based Gourdough’s Public House, known for its eccentric and heavy donut-based offerings, is scheduled to open on the River Walk on Feb. 23.