The Dinner and A Book readings at Hotel Emma’s library are free for hotel guests and $15 for everyone else.
As a friend wrote on his Facebook page, Richard Stuart Teitz never stopped trying to save the world.
The name Outlaw Kitchens comes from their cooking and delivering meals – illegally – from their Mahncke Park apartment when they first moved to San Antonio.
Part of the writing process expressed throughout the conference was to share writing because sharing experience builds communities and advocacy.
Isaac Maxwell’s early fascination with the magic produced by pierced metal began with his discovery of lights being made in Mexico.
The local orchestra has been struggling financially for years. SMSA will take over on Sept. 1., the first day of its fiscal year.
In San Antonio, curated art is becoming part of corporate culture one office and conference room at a time.
The budget problems at the San Antonio Museum of Art were caused by unexpected capital expenditures, according to Museum Director Katie Luber.
Two forthcoming exhibitions perfectly underscore the different missions of their host institutions, which both bear “art” in their names.
A gift of property, deeded to the Playhouse on May 10, gives it an opportunity to dream beyond what its limited footprint can offer.