Couple who unknowingly bought ex-slave plantation learn about mansion’s past, history of slaves along Cibolo Creek
A retired military couple, Keith and Robin Muschalek bought a dilapidated Wilson County home in 2015. They soon found out the property was a slave plantation, and are now trying to learn more about the enslaved people who lived and worked there. The other unanswered question revolves around their emancipation: Where did they go?
Discovery of Titanic was like finding treasure for historians, collectors
Tuesday marks the anniversary of a significant discovery made in an ocean: Sept. 1 is the 35th anniversary of the remains of the Titanic being discovered in the Atlantic, an occasion that brought headlines around the world in 1985.
Kathy & Lionel Sosa’s new mural depicts an artistic blend of San Antonio history
Considered by some as the San Antonio art world’s power couple, Kathy and Lionel Sosa are each respected artists in their own right. Together, they’ve created “La Gloriosa Historia de San Pedro Creek on My Mind: A Story in Five Episodes.”
San Antonio’s first Native American Cultural Arts Center and Gallery to open soon
A local nonprofit devoted to preserving and protecting the culture and traditions of Native American tribes and other indigenous people who resided in the Spanish Colonial Missions is forming a new center on the city’s East Side.
How the forecast on D-Day changed the course of history
Imagine the pressure of having to accurately forecast the weather with countless lives and the fate of the free world at stake. That's exactly what a team of British and American meteorologists were tasked to do 78 years ago for the battle of D-Day.