Join San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum (SAAACAM) for 100 minutes of Black History on the beautiful San Antonio River Walk. Admission tickets are needed. Click here for more information.
Written by Sofia Briones on May 13 2022 - 1:32pm
Written by Jeanne Albrecht on Aug 23 2018 - 9:27pm
Margie Arnold has been re-elected by the San Antonio Conservation Society as its Fourth Vice President, with the primary responsibility of chairing the 71st presentation of the Conservation Society’s “A Night In Old San Antonio®” (NIOSA®), to be held Tuesday through Friday evenings, April 23 to 26, 2019 during the city’s Fiesta San Antonio celebration.
Written by Providencestaff on Mar 5 2012 - 3:09pm
It’s that time again. Get your running shoes dusted off, your calves toned and your hamstrings honed for the 5th annual Providence to Pearl 5K Walk/Run on April 21, 2012. The P2P 5K weaves along one of the most beautiful spots in San Antonio--the Riverwalk Museum Reach, which coincidently is right across the street from the Providence Catholic School campus at the corner of Brooklyn and St. Mary’s Street.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Nov 18 2011 - 12:42pm
They're definitely bright. And there are a lot more of them.A week before the city gets its first complete look at the new LED lights adorning trees along the San Antonio River Walk, members of the media were given a sneak peek of the new lights as a few trees were turned on for a quick river tour.
Written by pinojo on Apr 26 2011 - 6:46pm
Mike Addkison has lived all over Texas and attended high school in Boerne. Mike went to UTSA and majored in architecture, but took a variety of classes including art and environmental science. While in college, Mike volunteered at Artpace and helped many of the resident artists with their installations.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Dec 9 2010 - 12:33am
NEW Video: Enjoy the holiday lights on and around San Antonio's River Walk with this new video made in December 2013. The video shows the San Antonio River Walk, Hemisfair, the Alamo, La Villita, horse drawn carriages and the streets of downtown San Antonio decked out for the holidays.