Young people in San Antonio joined fellow youth climate strikers around the world on Friday and Saturday with rallies and events that also drew the cooperation of many in the local cycling community.
The San Antonio Symphony begins its 80th season thie weekend with Mahler’s “Resurrection Symphony.”
Drawings and writings of the late Rocío Alvarado Lockwood form the core of a new Bihl Haus exhibition.
‘We the People’ are invited to a public conversation on the Constitution, Tuesday at TAMU-SA.
Celebration of an ancient tradition makes San Antonio a world destination for Day of the Dead celebrations with a new citywide festival centered at La Villita.
The Magik Theatre has hired Anthony Runfola as the new artistic director for the downtown children’s theater.
The funeral of Dr. Alfonso “Chico” Chiscano was held Friday at the San Fernando Cathedral.
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio opens its 12th season Sept. 6 with Romeo & Juliet.
The McNay Art Museum announced a $6.25 million landscaping plan to open its grounds to the community.
Photography exhibit “Huddled Masses; Who We Are” opens Saturday, Sept. 7 at the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures.