A poetry slam is a competition of the spoken word in the context of a sporting event.
The Mission Marquee Plaza will host VIVA Poesía, Música y Cultura, a free, family-friendly event on Saturday, June 11, from 5:45-11 p.m.
Anthony Flores, aka “Anthony the Poet,” who led attendees through the park’s reopening event in 2014 as well as last year’s celebration, will once again act as master of ceremonies.
San Antonio’s first mission was probably founded on a hill near the present-day Christopher Columbus Italian Society, City Archaeologist Kay Hindes told a group of 60 history lovers in the society hall Wednesday afternoon.
Casa Navarro State Historic Site has taken the first step to become a National Historic Landmark.
April is National Poetry Month and San Antonio is celebrating.
The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was blasted into infamy 21 years ago this month on April 19, 1995.
Poets, journalists, historians and nature lovers will flood San Pedro Creek on Saturday, April 9 during “Writers Take a Walk,” an event that will run along this important but often unnoticed stream.
While the battle over the future of Alamo Plaza rages in discussions between the City, state of Texas, historians, and conservationists, the Battle for Texas: The Experience exhibition at the Shops at Rivercenter is nearing completion with the addition of 250 Texas Revolution artifacts to the space.
After more than 60 years, actor Hal Holbrook is still capturing listeners, making people think, and making people laugh.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Sweet Honey in the Rock, will take the Tobin Center stage for their first U.S. performance together on Wednesday, March 2, at 7:30 pm.