Since childhood, I’ve looked upon the Alamo with a sense of deep historic importance –even if I could not fully understand, articulate, or appreciate, its importance.
Most days, Albert toils here in the dark, letting the shadows reveal imperfections as he works for months shaping thin planks of wood into a prized violin.
PechaKucha is back with its Vol. 26. This time around, the rapid-fire presentations will take place at Rosedale Park on Tuesday, May 30.
I need San Antonio’s support and we need our City Council to make the right decision and select Entertainment Cruises on Thursday.
After only 18 months as chief operating officer for the Tricentennial Commission, Asia Ciaravino resigned from the organization that is planning and promoting the massive, yearlong celebration in 2018.
Each artist will be assigned a particular year of San Antonio’s history on which to reflect the development of their work.
In his stead, fellow musicians will take the stage to share the spirit of the musician they know and love through story and song.
Several artists and community members attended a meeting Thursday at Mission Branch Library to discuss ideas for a mural that will soon grace the walls of the Southeast Military underpass on Mission Parkway.
The exhibit will provide a glimpse of works from the prolific artistic community in a southeastern province of Cuban not many Americans get to see.
As the audience filed into the Beacon Hill Elementary School gym, the decibel level from the spectators rose higher than a soprano’s crescendo.
Bexar County Commissioners approved four local artists Tuesday to complete four different works along the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project.