After catching criticism that its Fall Heritage Festival could turn into a “superspreader” event, the Conservation Society of San Antonio and city officials have pulled the plug on the gathering.
Billed as the largest Day of the Dead festival in Texas, Día de los Muertos at Hemisfair — or Muertos Fest to those who prize brevity — will return virtually for its 8th annual installment.
The Pearl is transforming its annual Día de los Muertos celebration into a virtual experience this year, though some in-person amenities will still be available.
A Bexar County district judge has ruled that the county’s elections department must open 18 additional Election Day voting locations and post all polling sites on its website.
Most of the 3,000 bars in the county have already reclassified as restaurants, allowing them to reopen so long as they serve food.
In what may foreshadow an oncoming wave of Christmas-themed cancellations, the River Walk association announced Tuesday this year’s Ford Holiday River Parade has been canceled.
Café Cotidiano, a coffee and bakery trailer created by the San Antonio Mennonite Church in Southtown, opened last week to support asylum seekers who spend time at the church as they pass through.
The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner—a family-run charity event that annually feeds about 25,000 people—is getting a makeover due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hopscotch has revealed the full list of participating artists as well as details on its food and beverage offerings.
Before COVID-19 hit, day laborers routinely earned as much as $180 a day. But things have gotten tight, as they have for many of the people who would normally pay them for their work.