Amid Bustle of SA Airport, Black-Themed Exhibition Vies for Attention Local African-American art and history are on view through March at the San Antonio International Airport. by Nicholas Frank Latest Central Library Exhibition Explores Transformative Power of Masks by James Courtney Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Live Music, Basura Bash, and ‘Romeo and Juliet’ This Weekend by Jackie Wang The Magical Piñata Teaches Sharing, Centers Culture by James Courtney Young ‘Xicanx,’ Original Con Safo Artists Connect in Dual Shows at Centro de Artes by Nicholas Frank Bank of America Gives $750,000 for Hemisfair House Renovation by Jackie Wang More news WATCH: Ballet SA Learns Fight Techniques for ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Ballet San Antonio brought in J. Steven White, fight choreographer, to train its dancers for the Feb. 14-16 production of “Romeo and Juliet.” by Nicholas Frank 'Four Rooms' Offers Heartbreak, Visual Narrative, Family, and Fantasy In the immersive “Four Rooms” exhibition, each of four artists was given a room at the Presa House gallery to transform. by James Courtney Craft Beer and First-Run Flicks the Stars at New Dine-In Theater Flix Brewhouse plans to open its first San Antonio cinema-eatery-brewhouse on Wednesday near Potranco Road and Loop 1604. by Shari Biediger Toudouze Building Owner Fights Historic Designation A car wash developer wants to demolish a Southside building built in 1926 but historic preservationists are moving to protect it. by Iris Dimmick Blue Star Contemporary Hosts Exhibitions, Fair With a Bookish Bent Blue Star Contemporary will offer up a bevy of book-related exhibitions and events beginning on Friday and running through May 3. by James Courtney First Friday, Second Saturday, and the Rodeo – All in One Weekend This weekend brings us a First Friday, a Second Saturday, and the opening of the San Antonio Rodeo, so make sure you’re managing your time well. by Jackie Wang Ballet SA and Haven For Hope Partner to Bring Free Dance Lessons to Homeless Children Learning That Moves You is a collaboration between Ballet San Antonio and Haven For Hope that will provide free dance classes to homeless children. by Nicholas Frank ‘Women Drive Culture’: New SAMA Show Focuses on Texas Women Artists A new exhibition opening Feb. 7 at the San Antonio Museum of Art features abstraction in many forms by women artists of Texas. by Nicholas Frank More Authors, More Fun Promised at 2020 SA Book Festival The 2020 San Antonio Book Festival will feature more than 125 authors, and a new Lit Crawl event that promises a fun opening night. by Nicholas Frank 5-Year-Old Ready for Mutton Bustin' at San Antonio Rodeo Luke Chessher, 5, will put on a helmet and a thick padded vest later this month to compete in one of the rodeo’s most popular events. by Jackie Wang Cruz and Olivia Ortiz Relocating to Houston; Burnt Nopal Project to Expand Burnt Nopal will continue operations at its San Antonio home base on Zapata Street, while the couple will lead the new Houston expansion in the Segundo Barrio neighborhood. by Nicholas Frank Naomi Shihab Nye to Receive National Book Critics Circle Lifetime Achievement Award The San Antonio poet hopes her work can help inspire others to tell their own stories. by James Courtney Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.