On Wednesday morning in sunny 40-degree weather, four Christmas trees arrived at Travis Park.
Thousands explored Hemisfair Saturday night for the latest edition of Luminaria.
A few thousand spectators lined Houston Street on Saturday for the 18th Annual Veterans Day Parade.
For the second year, the H-E-B Christmas tree will overlook Travis Park.
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.
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.
Runners and non-runners braved the chilly temperatures for the Dia de los Muertos edition of Pub Run San Antonio starting at Pat O’Brien’s.
Is there any setting in San Antonio more stunning and romantic than La Villita filled with people at night?
We’ve assembled the Day of the Dead gatherings happening in the downtown area. It all starts this weekend at Maverick Plaza.
When the International Downtown Association begins its 64th annual conference in San Antonio on Wednesday, more than 900 registrants will meet and exchange ideas on the theme “Retropolitan: The New American City.”
On Sunday, hundreds of people dressed as zombies descended on La Villita for the annual San Antonio Zombie Walk.
On Saturday, the Avenida Guadalupe Association held its 10th annual Una Noche en la Gloria, a multidisciplinary arts block party on the near West Side.
At about 1:30 p.m., a five-minute downpour wiped away the pieces or rendered them unrecognizable.
It’s not just another year of Chalk It Up, which takes place 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
In downtown San Antonio, Halloween season officially begins with the First Friday Pub Run.
This year, the 35th annual music festival gets a bit of a makeover in honor of San Antonio’s 300th anniversary.
The UTSA faithful enjoyed some tailgating at the Alamodome parking lot on Saturday for the first home game of the season against Baylor.
Close to 20,000 fans were expected to attend the 11th annual Japanese anime convention.
San Japan, which begins its 11th year on Friday, is expected to draw 20,000 anime fans to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center this Labor Day weekend. But it wasn’t always so successful. More than 10 years ago, S. David Ramirez was a student at Our Lady of the Lake University when he was approached […]