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Art Program @ Overland Marks 5 Years of Featuring Texas Artists
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Art Program @ Overland Marks 5 Years of Featuring Texas Artists

With a sense of restored awareness of humanity in the midst of a global health crisis, one unsurprising refuge has...

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ICON 3D Printed Homes For The Homeless Now Available In Austin
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ICON 3D Printed Homes For The Homeless Now Available In Austin

by Steve Hanley ICON is a company founded by people who believe the traditional way of building homes is obsolete....

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Tech keeping SA architects productive, but pandemic stalling projects
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Tech keeping SA architects productive, but pandemic stalling projects

By Mitchell Parton  – Reporter, San Antonio Business Journal Much of the conversation in the commercial real estate sector amid the coronavirus pandemic...

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VR Connects People While COVID-19 Grips the Globe
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VR Connects People While COVID-19 Grips the Globe

In short order, businesses across the globe have been forced to change how they communicate and interact both internally and...

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Overland and Megamorphosis Design New Educational Center for Quinta Mazatlán
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Overland and Megamorphosis Design New Educational Center for Quinta Mazatlán

by Sophie Aliece Hollis A collaboration between San Antonio-based Overland Partners and local firm Megamorphosis has culminated in the design...

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Stakeholder Immersion Key to Unlocking Project Potential
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Stakeholder Immersion Key to Unlocking Project Potential

A tight-knit community of educators, students, parents, alumni and board members came together ten times last fall with Overland to...

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With funding in place, experts begin to reimagine I-35′s future
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With funding in place, experts begin to reimagine I-35′s future

By Mark D. Wilson The next 10 years of transportation improvements to Interstate 35 in Austin will be megalithic and...

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Work to begin on downtown San Antonio theater redevelopment
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Work to begin on downtown San Antonio theater redevelopment

The Alameda Theater Conservancy will begin construction on the initial phase of a redevelopment plan that includes renovations to the...

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HDRC Roundup: Open-air space coming next to TPR development
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HDRC Roundup: Open-air space coming next to TPR development

The Historic and Design Review Commission approved on Jan. 15 the conversion of a historic building into an open-air concept....

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People and Place Awards Recognize SA Firms for Architectural Excellence and Community Service
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People and Place Awards Recognize SA Firms for Architectural Excellence and Community Service

The two fundamental aspects of architecture are present in the name of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) annual awards. Tuesday evening...

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Path to healing: Last survivor pulled from Bonfire collapse reflects on therapeutic journey
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Path to healing: Last survivor pulled from Bonfire collapse reflects on therapeutic journey

From the Twenty years later: Remembering Bonfire series By KENNY WILEY kenny.wiley@theeagle.com Nov 1, 2019 John Comstock, a survivor of the 1999...

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Bonfire Memorial Reopens After Maintenance Work
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Bonfire Memorial Reopens After Maintenance Work

Originally published by Texas A&M Today. The Texas A&M University Bonfire Memorial and the adjacent Bonfire Memorial Parking lot reopened today following...

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Hand family lost daughter in Bonfire collapse, finds comfort in fellow Aggies
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Hand family lost daughter in Bonfire collapse, finds comfort in fellow Aggies

Editor’s Note This story is part of a series remembering those affected by the Bonfire collapse on the Texas A&M...

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Rominiecki: Why Selby Botanical Gardens needs a master plan
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Rominiecki: Why Selby Botanical Gardens needs a master plan

By Jennifer O. Rominiecki Originally published by HeraldTribune.com Posted Oct 26, 2019 at 5:53 AM When our team at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens was in...

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San Antonio Museum of Art Installs 6.5 Ton Taihu Scholars’ Rock Gifted by Chinese Sister City, Wuxi
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San Antonio Museum of Art Installs 6.5 Ton Taihu Scholars’ Rock Gifted by Chinese Sister City, Wuxi

On Friday, the San Antonio Museum of Art installed a new permanent member of its collection on the museum’s grounds....

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Go inside San Antonio’s coolest offices
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Go inside San Antonio’s coolest offices

The Business Journal visits a lot of workplaces in the course of learning about businesses that are new to us...

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OKPOP executive director Jeff Moore tells us about his movie favorites
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OKPOP executive director Jeff Moore tells us about his movie favorites

Jeff Moore loves to go to the movies and let himself be absorbed into what’s happening up on the screen,...

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NEWS Tulsa Breaks Ground On OKPOP Museum Of Popular Culture
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NEWS Tulsa Breaks Ground On OKPOP Museum Of Popular Culture

Originally published by News On 6: TULSA, Oklahoma – The Oklahoma Historical Society broke ground on the Oklahoma Museum of Popular...

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Austin by Ellsworth Kelly Draws Recognition From Prestigious Design Awards
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Austin by Ellsworth Kelly Draws Recognition From Prestigious Design Awards

Originally published by CultureMap San Antonio Each year, AIA San Antonio, the local chapter of the eminent American Institute of...

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