An exhibition of World War I propaganda prints from the San Antonio Public Library’s Texana Collection is completing a European tour.
Kathleen Sommers owned a Monte Vista boutique of the same name and was one of San Antonio’s best-loved fashion designers.
Susan Briner made history when was installed Saturday as bishop of the Southwestern Texas Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
La Traviata opens the fourth season of Opera San Antonio, the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts’ resident opera company.
Before organic gardening was a national trend, Malcolm Beck experimented with mixing leaves, tree trimmings, manure, seaweed and other organic matter with soil to create compost, and then shared his extraordinary results with nurserymen nationwide.
Angela and Rick Martinez of Slab Cinema show well-loved movies on inflatable screens for free in parks, gardens, and other venues across San Antonio.
Edith McAllister, one of the greatest philanthropists and cultural leaders in San Antonio’s history, died Sunday at age 100 after suffering a fall in late May.
North Americans like their heroes to have strong muscles and perfectly combed hair, but in Argentina, heroes and heroines tend to be broken people from the underclass who struggle to survive.
As adjustments to the traditional ballet honor San Antonio’s history, it is an official Tricentennial event geared to children and families.
Texas Fourth Court of Appeals Justice Rebecca Martinez is hosting a screening of a new documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.