The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
UTSA’s Center for Archaeological Research curated more than 150 items ranging from the mission’s colonial years up to the 19th century.
The City’s Arts & Culture department’s new five-year strategic plan, CulTÚArt, will focus on cultural equity to make the arts accessible to all San Antonians.
Ann Hussey and John Tosh bore witness to the history of the former Kelly Air Force Base and, years later, preserved those moments for future generations.
The PoP Foundation’s Sixth Annual PROMenade will honor architects Lewis Fisher and Stephen Yndo, as well as Hangar 9 as best preservation project.
Gemini Ink is hosting author Kevin McIlvoy for a two-day intensive writing workshop, a reading, and a reception Oct. 20-22.
Domingo has earned 12 Grammy and two Emmy Awards, conducted more than 500 performances worldwide, and sang in every important opera house in the world.
A colorful mix of kites, puppets, song, dance, and stories abound at the Yanaguana Indian Arts Market.
This year’s festival examines the intersection of politics and pollinators while also including fun and educational events featuring Monarch butterflies.
Members of the public are encouraged to create and add their own events in this community-led celebration of cycling that runs from Oct. 12-22.
Hemisfair Park will celebrate with a three-day ¡Viva Hemisfair! festival set for April, coinciding with the city’s Tricentennial.