The $500,000 revitalization of Maverick Park at 1000 Broadway, a half-mile south of the Pearl, and just a few blocks from the near East Side, is a few months away.
The Western Heritage Parade and Cattle Drive returns to Houston Street for the 12th year this Saturday.
City Manager finalist Erik Walsh, in his first appearance in a community forum setting, spoke on a smorgasbord of issues facing San Antonio on Wednesday night at UTSA’s downtown campus.
The city’s Transportation Committee, which is composed of five City Council members, issued a moratorium on e-scooter and e-bike permits, effective immediately, on Tuesday, for the duration of the dockless vehicle pilot program which ends on April 19.
On the shuttle from Freeman Coliseum to MLK Academy, the starting place of the Martin Luther King Jr. March, I remember thinking how the civil rights movement started, partially, on busses.
Rev. Raymond Callies is to San Antonio what Martin Luther King Jr. is to America: the most recognizable face of the civil rights movement.
The three-year Risk Mitigation Policy, which taps into $1 million taken from the city’s general fund, intends to address city-wide displacement and lessen the traumatic effects of relocation.
One of the developers of Essex Modern City, a $150 million mixed-use project in Denver Heights that’s been in the making since at least 2016, is planning another near-East Side project.
Adorning the side of the building that faces Peacock Alley are four continuously-operating gas lights by Bevolo, a New Orleans-based company who’s made custom gas-powered lanterns since 1945.