Bexar History

Transportation In San Antonio: A Look-back as We Move Forward

Summertime is almost here and if you are looking for activities to do with the family you may want to stop by the Texas Transportation […]

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Bexar History

History in the Streetcars of San Antonio

Where ever you go in San Antonio you are sure to see VIA buses transporting people to and from their destinations. Something as simple as […]

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Downtown

The Aztec Theatre: San Antonio’s Diamond in the Rough

An historic gem in downtown San Antonio With the city evolving as quickly as it has, it’s easy to overlook some of the gems still […]

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Water

Historical Acequias in San Antonio

The Alamo City has so much history that sometimes you might not know where to start exploring. One good starting point may be the acequias […]

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Uncategorized

Conservation Advocate Stresses Being Water Smart

David K. Langford, a longtime nature photographer and vice president emeritus of the Texas Wildlife Association, has spent more than 25 years studying Texas water […]

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Transportation

Come Experience Mission Trail by Walking or Biking

If you made a resolution to get fit this year, have no fear Mission Trail is here. This trail is located in a stretch that […]

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Building Bexar

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts Gets Ready for an Audience

When the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts opens in September 2014, it will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen in San Antonio.  Construction is […]

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Bexar History

Mission Reach Now Open

The San Antonio River Improvements Project (SARIP) has been restoring and enhancing 13 miles of the San Antonio River north and south of downtown. One […]

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Building Bexar

Museum Reach Draws Business and Visitors

The San Antonio River Improvement Project (SARIP) is a decades-long improvement of the San Antonio River that includes several areas of restoration and flood control. […]

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Bexar History

San Antonio River’s Second Act

The San Antonio River has been important to the city around it for hundreds of years, but in recent decades visitors and locals have only […]

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