Every production of the season now includes a special show for autistic and cognitively disabled children.
Although the show is about Poe, the musical’s core strength lies in the complex supporting cast of women.
The two exhibitions currently at the Centro de Artes have a lot to say about the diverse Latino experiences of the past and present.
Leading with Landscape III will feature nationally prominent landscape architects and allied professionals who have worked on major projects through the U.S.
If audiences bring knowledge of world history to the San Antonio Symphony’s newly announced classical season, they may hear familiar selections in new contexts.
The Public Library has equipped the branch with a diverse book selection and spaces designed to enrich the experiences of the community it serves.
The new San Antonio Brass Band performs its first concert Sunday, March 26, at 7 p.m. at the University of the Incarnate Word’s concert hall.
Visitors to Main Plaza heard a live concert of works by Johann Sebastian Bach in celebration of the composer’s birthday.
For $2.7 million, you can own the Kalteyer House, one of San Antonio’s most iconic homes in the King William District.
City leaders have until the end of this month to decide whether they want San Antonio to be featured in the large-scale festival in Washington D.C.
Now in its eighth year, the Paella Challenge, which will take place on Sunday, March 26 at Mission County Park, has grown from 10 chefs to more than 30.