Day of the Dead celebrations at the Pearl and La Villita presented some San Antonio firsts.
The McNay Art Museum’s “Picasso to Hockney: Modern Art on Stage” offers an onstage perspective to the theater arts.
Twelve San Antonio artists contributed giant painted skulls to the new Day of the Dead San Antonio citywide festival.
A new Day of the Dead festival aims to reach the world, drawing concern from neighborhood organizations.
The Día de los Muertos festival has outgrown its La Villita roots and will move to Hemisfair for the Oct. 26-27 free community event.
Freetail Brewing Co. took home San Antonio’s only gold medal at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival.
Another new Day of the Dead festival? Centro Cultural Aztlan’s Día De Los Muertos on the Old Spanish Trail is actually an expanded version of the city’s oldest public one.
The 2019 Luminaria festival takes place Nov. 9-10 at Hemisfair and Mission San José.
Texas author Stephen Harrigan visited the Alamo Tuesday evening to promote “Big Wonderful Thing,” his new 900-page history of Texas.
A citywide, yearlong retrospective exhibition of Sebastián, sculptor of the “Torch of Friendship,” will launch this week.