This weekend, we say goodbye to November and hello to December – along with plenty of holiday-themed activities and events.
The 25th annual Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza, which some call the toughest mariachi competition in the world, will be held in San Antonio next week.
The 40th annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner took place Thursday, as thousands filled the Henry B. González Convention Center to receive a meal.
SPONSORED: Chef Tim McDiarmid leads a culinary tour every summer through Italy’s famed Cinque Terre region, with registration now open for the 2020 trip.
Commentary: It is a powerful historical juxtaposition that the Woolworth Building faces the Alamo.
Take a break from the meat-heavy holiday diet at Sweet Yams, a hidden, vegetarian gem on the East Side. The restaurant’s open Friday and Saturday this week.
For the third exhibition at Gonzales Gallery, Rivard Report photographers Scott Ball and Bonnie Arbittier combed through the year’s most compelling shots.
The 30th annual Peace Market, which features local and international artisans, runs Friday through Sunday at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center.
Author Carmen Tafolla’s reading at the DoSeum on Saturday will focus on joyfully nurturing skills in relation to “invention, creativity, and repurposing.”
On Friday, ice skaters can try out downtown San Antonio’s first outdoor ice rink at Travis Park, which will be open before the annual tree lighting.
“Black Tigers” is a poem by Angela Peñaredondo, a member of the Macondo Writers Workshop.