Things to Do and Places to See at Monte Vista Historic Neighborhood

Monte Vista Historic District Street Sign

Monte Vista Historic District is located in Midtown San Antonio, Texas, and it is a neighborhood of about 3,000 people. The district was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998; that is why the residents adhere to the rules and regulations set by the San Antonio Office of … Read more

Get to Know More About Sunset Station

Sunset Station

Located in the center of downtown San Antonio, particularly in St. Paul’s Square, the Sunset Station is also a popular events venue that offers about 20,000 square feet of versatile and unique spaces that can accommodate up to 350 guests. Aside from that, it is also a place where you can dine … Read more

Learn about the History of the Battle of Flowers

Battle of Flowers parade float

When you visit San Antonio, Texas, in April, then you should not definitely miss the Fiesta San Antonio. Fiesta San Antonio (literally, “Saint Anthony’s feast”) is a ten-day festival held in San Antonio, Texas. The festival is the city’s signature event and is held every April. It honors the heroic spirit of … Read more

Rich Beem – 2002 PGA Champion

Richard “Rich” Michael Beem is an American professional golfer, best renowned for his upset victory at the 2002 PGA Championship, and for his hole-in-one 2007 Nissan Open at Riviera. In this article, let’s know more about his humble beginnings and how he was able to score such remarkable feats in golf sports … Read more

The College of Health Care Profession Has Nine Campuses Around Texas

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The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP) is an accredited private educational and training institution of allied health professions with nine campuses around Texas. Tracing its roots in 1953, CHCP now serves a leader in the medical career education, helping thousands of students start their professional healthcare journey, and guiding them towards … Read more

La Villita Historic Arts Village – San Antonio’s Cultural Art Hub

La Villita Historic Arts Village - San Antonio’s Cultural Art Hub

Lying on the San Antonio River Walks’ southern bank, La Villita is an artisan village that features art galleries, souvenir kiosks, locally handmade goods, pottery, custom jewelry, and gift shops at the center of downtown San Antonio. Listed under the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the “little village” also boasts various … Read more

Converse, Texas: “Expanding Horizons”

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Converse is a city situated in Bexar County, about 15 miles or 24 kilometers northeast of the downtown San Antonio area. Considered to be one of the best locations to live in Texas, Converse presents the skimpy suburban ambiance, with a stunning collection of parks and restaurants that residents and visitors enjoy. … Read more

What is NIOSA?

Picture of people enjoying themselves at the sideline of the riverwalk river in San Antonio

From the San Antonio Spurs to the Riverwalk and the Alamo, the city of San Antonio, Texas, has a plethora of attractions for visitors that keep it unique. On top of our list of attractions is the ever-famous Fiesta San Antonio. Fiesta San Antonio is a yearly city-wide celebration for paying tribute … Read more

The Battle of Flowers Parade – Fiesta San Antonio

A bustling crowd at Fiesta San Antonio

The Battle of Flowers Parade is the event that launched San Antonio’s Fiesta. In 1891, a group of ladies decorated horse-drawn carriages to parade in front of the Alamo and showered each other with flower blossoms. The Parade was organized to honor the heroes from the battles of the Alamo and San … Read more