Celebrate SA will help San Antonians close an eventful 2018 with free family-friendly activities, live music, craft cocktails and fireworks scheduled for Monday night at Hemisfair and La Villita.
Whether you prefer to watch college football from stadium seats or on TV, there’s plenty to eat, see and do in the days leading up to Valero Alamo Bowl on Friday.
A year ago, the City Council agreed to lease Maverick Plaza for 49 years to Grupo La Gloria, a restaurant group lead by prominent chef Johnny Hernandez. But a few big questions remain a year after the city and Hernandez reach the arrangement.
Gourdough’s Public House is weeks away from opening at 215 Losoya St.
Shoppers can expect to find unique and fun gifts from 14 local businesses during the OPEN Holiday Market inside the vacant retail space at 231 E. Houston St.
Bexar County commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved nearly $60 million to complete the segment of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park project currently under construction—about three blocks from Houston Street south to Nueva Street.
As Geekdom, the coworking space in the Rand building on Houston Street, celebrates its seventh birthday tonight, it will also toast the creation of its entrepreneurial trade school called The District, which is scheduled to open in February.
We’ve assembled the Day of the Dead gatherings happening in the downtown area. It all starts this weekend at Maverick Plaza.
San Antonio Startup Week—a five-day series of entrepreneurial and tech panels, mixers and workshops—is expected to draw 2,000 people to the city’s tech corridor of Houston Street beginning Monday.
When they opened in 1941, the Alazán-Apache Courts were a relief from the slum conditions that defined the West Side. A new exhibit called “Los Courts,” which opens Saturday, explores that legacy.