A packed Hemisfair was alive with melodies, beats, spoken word, songs, and voices at the Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival, which continues Sunday.
As San Antonio embarks on its next 100 years, now is the time to think holistically and ambitiously to carefully manage change while ensuring continuity.
The 11th annual Luminaria contemporary arts festival takes place at Hemisfair, Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7 p.m.-midnight.
PROM guests will spend Thursday, Oct. 25, in their '80s attire reveling in several historic structures at the Pearl.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation is offering free, expert-led tours of two dozen places around San Antonio this weekend.
Military City, USA has a weekend full of events honoring veterans and active-duty service members.
Fitzsimons' book is a reflection on history and life over the millennia on the thorny, impassable brush country of Shape Ranch in Dimmit County.
The festival will bring together civically engaged citizens to connect and imagine our shared future.
Crowds that flocked to the Festival of Lights at Hemisfair stretched from the fountains near the Tower of the Americas to the Arneson River Theatre and La Villita.
Drawing on memories of her native Peru, San Antonio artist Martha I. Ochoa has created more than 10,000 paintings about the size of a postage stamp.
The Pearl bills its two-day event as family-friendly, and kids could be spotted throughout the grounds dressed in muertos-themed regalia.