For the past 17 years, the Ortas and their extended family have led the mariachi mass that has kicked off San José Missionfest during Fiesta.
Piñatas in the Barrio on San Antonio’s West Side is designed to be an affordable way for neighborhood residents to enjoy Fiesta food and entertainment.
Mariana Ornelas, an educator and activist who died in 2017, amassed a collection of huipiles and textiles during her travels in Central America.
Singer and fiddler Carrie Rodriguez will kick off the Pearl’s Canciones music series with her band Laboratorio and famed accordion player Eva Ybarra.
Word on the Street, an exhibition that debuted last year in Times Square, for the first time will be shown outside of New York at Artpace now through April 28.
Graciela Angeles Carreño, head of family-owned Mezcal Real Minero, will be part of a panel at the San Antonio Cocktail Conference titled Women in Mezcal.
Half a century ago, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights convened at OLLU to investigate the challenges facing Mexican-Americans in the South.
Drawing on memories of her native Peru, San Antonio artist Martha I. Ochoa has created more than 10,000 paintings about the size of a postage stamp.
HoodratSnacks’ delivery service aims to provide a taste of home for people who have moved away from San Antonio.
When Vanessa Del Fierro started playing mariachi music in high school, she immersed herself in the genre’s traditions.