The Pearl hosts a day of mariachi music Sunday, Sept. 15.
Opera San Antonio opens its 2019-20 season Thursday with the Puccini classic “Tosca,” featuring soprano Jennifer Rowley singing the title role.
Parabola: A Community Reading Series will feature local, regional, and national talent reading alongside student writers.
Saturday’s show will be the first time since the ’70s that Meyers fronts his own band at the John T. Floore Country Store.
A set of performances at Artpace will meld spoken word with sound in exploring and commemorating the experiences and identities of immigrants and migrants.
The McNay exhibition, which closes Sunday, showcases a collection of almost 20 drawings from celebrated Native American artist Silver Horn (1860-1940).
A special screening and art show Thursday will celebrate the release of the film adaptation of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
For the owners of Dead Tree Books, the response to their tweets was more than they had hoped for, although their business still faces an uncertain future.
This is the first time the self-described “indie orquestra Latina” will perform outside of Texas.
“My Heart Is Not Blind: On Blindness and Perception,” a collection of portraits and personal stories, was honored by the National Federation of the Blind.