"Reconciliar Ciudad y Naturaleza," an exhibition of landscape architect Mario Schjetnan's work, opens Jan. 17 at the Mexican Cultural Institute.
After a protest petition gathered more than 1,100 signatures, Rachel Dolezal, a white woman who describes herself as “transracial,” will no longer take part in DreamWeek.
Nominations for the City of San Antonio's Distinction In the Arts (DIA) awards will be accepted through Feb. 1.
PROM guests will spend Thursday, Oct. 25, in their '80s attire reveling in several historic structures at the Pearl.
The 16-day ideas summit starts with a breakfast featuring former Mayors Ivy Taylor and Julián Castro as well as current Mayor Ron Nirenberg.
Graciela Angeles Carreño, head of family-owned Mezcal Real Minero, will be part of a panel at the San Antonio Cocktail Conference titled Women in Mezcal.
"Alberto Mijangos: 159," a retrospective exhibition of the San Antonio artist's paintings, runs through Jan. 13 at Centro de Artes.
It's OK to relax this weekend. But in case you don't, we've rounded up some activities.
Carnival festivities, food vendors, and music brought South Alamo Street to life Monday night for the City’s official New Year’s Eve celebration marking the end of the Tricentennial year.
A restaurant closes, another opens; a cenotaph to move more than an inch; a natural spring springs back – it was nice knowing you, 2018.
Our reporters have been taking note of the most poignant, strange, candid, or eloquent assertions throughout the year.