🌱 Battle Of Flowers Parade Returns + SA-Set ‘Undone’ On Amazon Prime



Get on up, San Antonio! Here’s everything you need to know to get this day started. Here’s everything you need to know around San Antonio today.


First, today’s weather:

Plenty of sunshine. High: 82 Low: 43.


Are you a local business owner or marketer? We can help you effortlessly run effective ads that reach customers in San Antonio. Click here to learn more.

Here are the top stories today in San Antonio:


  1. After two years of not taking place due to COVID-19, the Fiesta Battle of Flowers parade is coming back again on Friday, April 8, but this year the parade route is a bit different. If you’re lucky enough to get the day off, you may want to attend the parade celebration, which “draws crowds of more than 550,000 each year” and is “the founding event of the city’s annual celebration” during Fiesta. Tickets for the event range from $20-$35. For more parade details and information visit: (mySA)
  2. After almost three years, “The San Antonio-set animated series “Undone,” is returning for a second season” on Friday, April 29 on Amazon Prime. The show, which is set in the Alamo City, was created by Bojack Horseman, Raphael Bob-Waksberg and San Antonio native, Kate Purdy. The show is about a 28-year-old woman named Alma who lives in San Antonio and discovers that “she has a unique relationship to time after a near death experience” and as a result, “she develops new insights into her father’s death.” For more details on the series and the cast, as well as clips from the show, please visit: (mySA)
  3. A development agreement is being negotiated by “The Alamo Regional Mobility Authority” along with an Elon Musk firm. The proposed agreement is to build “an underground transportation loop between downtown and the San Antonio International Airport.” During an interview with Texas Public Radio’s “The Source” live call-in program on Wednesday, April 6, questions were asked during a discussion on the proposed project. Among those questions were “What do we know so far about the proposed project in San Antonio and others like it across the country? How do Boring Co.’s tunnel loops work and how are they built? What factors need to be considered? What are the pros and cons? How could these kinds of projects influence the transportation mobility landscape in Texas and beyond?” Radio show guests included Eric Killelea, technology reporter for the San Antonio Express-News; David Schrank, Ph.D., senior research scientist for the Mobility Analysis Program at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute; and Lizan Gilbert, PE, vice president of Hill International and member of the ASCE Texas Section‘s Government Affairs Committee. For more information on the project and to listen to the complete interview, please visit: (Texas Public Radio)

From our sponsor:


Today’s newsletter is brought to you in part by Ring, a Patch Brand Partner. We all know that Ring is the leader in video doorbells for home security. But did you know that Ring now makes a home security system that is getting raves from consumer electronic experts?

To learn more about Ring Alarm Pro, the system CNET called “the future of home security,” or to build your own custom system, visit Ring here.

Today in San Antonio:

  • Senior Fiesta 2022 sponsored by Catholic Charities Archdiocese of San Antonio at Wonderland of the Americas. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/361041529204392. (8 a.m.)
  • Fiesta San Fernando at San Fernando Cathedral on 115 Main Plaza. Admission is free and “there will be lots of food booths, arts and crafts vendors and entertainment!” (10 a.m.)
  • Fiesta Family Blues Festival hosted by the San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum (SAAACAM) at The Carver Community Cultural Center. Event is free but tickets are required. Please click on the following times to get your tickets: 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. (Noon)
  • “High Expectations” film with San Antonio native, Ally Brooke, debuts nationwide. See it locally at Santikos Palladium, Regal Alamo Quarry 16, Regal Northwoods 14, Regal Cielo Vista 18, Regal Huebner Oaks Stadium 14, Regal Live Oak 18 and Cinemark McCreless Market. (7 p.m.)
  • Webinar on Accident Cases with a San Antonio Lawyer via online. (9 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • “A neighbor at Mission Del Lago is looking to rent a moon bounce with table and chairs. If you have any information, please contact them on Nextdoor by signing up for free on that site.” (Subscription: Nextdoor)
  • “A neighbor at Mission Creek is looking for a dog kennel or enclosure to borrow or purchase. If you have one, please contact them on the Nextdoor site by signing up for free.” (Subscription: Nextdoor)


More from our sponsors — thanks for supporting local news!

Featured businesses:


  • Online Webinar on accident cases with a San Antonio lawyer (April 7)
  • San Antonio’s specialists’ discussion of personal injury lawyers (April 24)
  • Free online Q & A with a San Antonio personal injury lawyer (May 7)
  • Add your event

Loving the San Antonio Daily? Here are all the ways you can get more involved:

That’s it for today! See you tomorrow morning for another update.

Gabriela Couvillion

About me: I’m an active mom of two grown sons and lifelong San Antonio resident. I received a BA in Spanish from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and in my free time I immerse myself in creative writing. Thanks for reading Patch, and feel free to reach out if you have any news and happenings you think may appeal to our readers!

Source link


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:



More like this

Six Ways to Earn Some Quick Cash Before the Holidays

The holidays are coming and with it, the...

Top Ten VPN Providers In India – 2023

A virtual private network, VPN provides...

Amazon workers at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport seek to unionize

Amazon declined to be interviewed, but issued a...