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Despite heavy rainfalls, a few hundred people streamed steadily into Koehler Pavilion to celebrate San Antonio’s German heritage and Brackenridge Park. The sounds of traditional German folk music and the…

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Parktoberfest

By: KRTU Staff Writer | Posted on: September 21, 2016

Parktoberfest is a celebration of San Antonio’s 19th century German heritage and culture and the biergarten that the Koehler family of Pearl Brewery fame operated along the San Antonio River…

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Parktoberfest to Celebrate SA's German Heritage

By: James McCandless | Posted on: September 21, 2016

The sixth annual Parktoberfest will return to Brackenridge Park on Sunday, Sept. 25 from 3-6 p.m. at the Koehler and Cypress Pavilions. The annual celebration of San Antonio’s German heritage…

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The Greenline extends the South Side to Greater Opportunities

By: Christina Acosta | Posted on: September 04, 2016

As San Antonio continues to grow farther than 1.4 million people, District 3 has announced the start of a new beginning that will bring in greater innovations to the city.…

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Brackenridge Park Golf Course Turns 100

By: Eric Moreno and Chris Warren | Posted on: September 01, 2016

George Washington Brackenridge gave us the land where Alamo Heights and the University of the Incarnate Word sit plus a steady supply of water. Yet, nearly a century after his…

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Cars Won't be Banned...

By: Brendan Gibbons | Posted on: August 22, 2016

San Antonio residents’ preference to drive their cars into Brackenridge Park and unload the supplies they need for a picnic, barbecue or other family gathering will not be threatened by…

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Committee cuts controversial parts of Brackenridge Park plan

By: Edmond Ortiz | Posted on: August 19, 2016

The San Antonio Neighborhoods and Livability Committee voted to jettison some controversial proposals from the Brackenridge Park draft master plan and sent city staff back to ask the people who…

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Brackenridge Park: We're Not Going to Do This Without You

By: Rocio Guenther | Posted on: August 17, 2016

Brackenridge Park Master Plan it seems your voices were heard loud and clear. To read more, click here.

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Council Views Bond Framework

By: Josh Baugh and Vianna Davila | Posted on: August 10, 2016

The bulk of San Antonio’s proposed 2017 municipal bond program, if approved by voters, would pay for improvements to streets, sidewalks and bridges, the City Council learned Wednesday. To read…

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Council Reviews 'Rough Draft' Priorities for $850 Million Bond

By: Iris Dimmick | Posted on: August 10, 2016

Wednesday marked one of many more steps in a lengthy and at times complicated process that reignites a deceptively simple, yet age-old question: How should we divvy up our money? To read…

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