The event signals the beginning of a new era for the institute, with a possible name and location change under consideration.
A variety of local and national leaders, organizations, and others came to honor King’s fight for equality and peace for all people, regardless of race.
Thousands of people sauntered through downtown Saturday to enjoy libations and food during the San Antonio Cocktail Conference’s Stroll on Houston Street.
Downtown Wimberley will come alive Nov.
Reports in Western media tend to perpetuate stereotypes that Islam is a violent religion and Muslim women are oppressed.
Rapper and poet Miguel Alcorn will not be defined by systemic stereotypes, but rather promotes ambition, justice, and motivation through his art and music.
The nonprofit Rivard Report is seeking a full-time staff reporter to cover the performing arts, art, and culture.
Writers Resist SATX will bring together more than 100 South Texas writers for a mass reading as part of a communal joining of diverse voices and viewpoints.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s inaugural music salon series will give a rare look inside the cultures that painted the soundtrack of this region.
Since 2010, SA2020 has been tracking San Antonio’s progress as as city that is growing in both diversity and population.
The City and County are finalizing an agreement with Texas Public Radio that will move the nonprofit’s headquarters into the storied Alameda Theater.