For the second year, the H-E-B Christmas tree will overlook Travis Park.
The oak-lined green space across from the current Frost Bank headquarters at Houston and Flores streets is being prepared for a major makeover.
About a month ago, Mad Dogs British Pub ownership purchased the Ticket Sports Pub, 420 E. Houston St., from owner Todd Koym.
Luminaria, downtown’s largest arts festival, will envelope Hemisfair and, for the first time, Mission San Jose with art in all forms, artists of all ilk this weekend.
Chuck Holdridge’s Traveler Barbershop is now open in the Burns building on Houston Street. Commonwealth Coffee & Bakery is 1-2 months behind.
Lisa Wong, the owner of Southtown staple Rosario’s Mexican Cafe Y Cantina, has purchased El Mirador from Esquire Tavern owner Chris Hill.
A tax increment incentive worth up to $2.5 million for the $47 million San Antonio Light and print buildings project received final approval from the City Council last Thursday.
People swarmed to the Pearl on Thursday and Friday, and to the Lone Star Art District on Saturday for Dia de los Muertos festivals and exhibits.
Thousands of people descended Saturday night at Hemisfair for the 10th annual Diwali festival.
Bella on Houston, the Mediterranean cuisine restaurant formerly on the River Walk, opened Friday night at its new location on East Houston Street.