Pop Con, the 12th annual On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour, and the San Antonio Chinese Alliance’s New Year gala are all happening this weekend.
Shortly after midnight on Thursday, 124 people stood on the steps of the Bexar County Courthouse and said “I do,” marking a 30-year tradition.
High schooler Ciara Casarez has won this year’s Tejano Conjunto Festival poster contest, a first in the festival’s 38-year history.
PROM guests will spend Thursday, Oct. 25, in their ’80s attire reveling in several historic structures at the Pearl.
For Valentine’s Day, the Briscoe Western Art Museum is delivering hand-written “love letters” to military personnel at Brooke Army Medical Center.
Betts, who at age 16 was sentenced to nine years in prison, has since earned a law degree from Yale and now advocates on behalf of prisoners who face similar struggles.
Meet the well-traveled R. Scott Blackshire, who takes the helm of the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts as the McNay Art Museum’s newest curator.
On Saturday at the Witte Museum, the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival presented student videos based on honored children’s books.
In San Antonio, observing the Lunar New Year means a parade of lanterns, music and cultural performances, artwork, and good food.
Hadley Barrett announced the San Antonio rodeo for 28 years. Wayne Brooks and Barrett’s son-in-law Randy Corley have continued on after his death.
Four kids from San Antonio had the opportunity to cook for and learn from celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay, Christina Tosi, and Aarón Sánchez.