San Antonio’s week in photos, Nov. 13-19 – San Antonio Report

San Antonio Report photographers chronicle San Antonio and its residents. Each week, we share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.

Chef Johnny Hernandez helps to prepare food for the first customers at the newly opened Super Bien located in Terminal A inside of the San Antonio Airport Tuesday.
Chef Johnny Hernandez helps prepare food Tuesday for the first customers at the newly opened Super Bien in the San Antonio International Airport’s Terminal A. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Bruce Hill during the press conference announcing new ownership of the San Antonio Missions by the Designated Bidders, a locally-owned group of owners for the minor league baseball team.
Bruce Hill speaks Thursday at a press conference at Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium. Hill is one of the investors in the new local ownership group for the San Antonio Missions minor league baseball team. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Zhertiam and Chris Gonzales prepare a variety of frybread in preparation for the Briscoe Western Art Museum's Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival.
Timmi and Chris Gonzales prepare a variety of traditional Navajo fry breads Friday for the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival, which was held Saturday. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Ben Beckman, 22, (left) and Scott Jones, 50, discuss a diorama of the historical Alamo grounds during a sneak preview of the Alamo Collections Center on Friday.
Ben Beckman, 22, (left) and Scott Jones, 50, discuss a diorama of the historical Alamo grounds Friday during a sneak preview of the Alamo Collections Center. Credit: Kaylee Greenlee Beal for the San Antonio Report
UTSA players hold up the Conference USA trophy after a Roadrunner win against the Rice Owls at Rice Stadium in Houston on Saturday.
University of Texas at San Antonio players hoist the Conference USA regular-season trophy Saturday after the Roadrunners defeated the Rice University Owls in Houston. Credit: Rhonda Taormina for the San Antonio Report

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