The leaders and supporters of the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio gathered to honor tech evangelist, downtown developer, and philanthropist Graham Weston.
This sampling of San Antonio-based professional ensembles illustrates the city’s diverse and creative musical offerings.
“LIFT: An exhibition of kites” will open to the public Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m., and continue through Dec 31.
In the Briscoe’s fall exhibition, Laura Wilson’s subjects range from legendary West Texas cattle ranches to impoverished border camps to Laredo cotillions.
The San Antonio Conservation Society is currently accepting nominations for residential and non-residential restoration and rehabilitation projects.
Half a century later, the Vietnam War still bedevils and divides us in a way few events in our collective history and conscience have.
The Lone Star neighborhood, known mainly for its Second Saturday Art Walk, landmark train tracks, and proximity to the former Lone Star Brewery, is establishing its identity as the Lone Star District, starting with the installation of official banners.
After more than three decades of performances, the festival is a consistent joy for some of the city’s most enthusiastic jazz fans.
David Portillo, a 37-year-old tenor from Holmes High School and the University of Texas at San Antonio, performs Sunday at the Tobin Center.
The San Antonio Symphony’s season includes 14 classical concerts and the popular H-E-B Pops Series, running through early June.
Olmos Pharmacy owner Rod Campbell recently announced on Facebook that the Pharmacy would close permanently.