The San Antonio Botanical Garden is a place where architecture meets landscape and a place to spread a picnic with friends.
Music could be heard from a block away, and many vendors set up tents throughout the park.
Participants are encouraged to bring any stories that may have about the Alameda, along with photographs, old performance tickets, or other memorabilia.
Tish Hinojosa plans to host singer-songwriters, present intimate concerts, art exhibits, music workshops, kids programs, and community events at the house.
Fellowships will include private lessons, orchestra and summer camp tuition, and a stipend for necessities such as concert attire and travel and lodging.
Thousands of curious spectators gathered Tuesday evening on the Camden Street Bridge and along the Museum Reach to catch a glimpse of bats in flight.
Thomas A. Stephenson, the former publisher of the San Antonio Express-News and later the Houston Chronicle, was named the first executive director of the recently formed Symphonic Music for San Antonio (SMSA), a nonprofit organization with the mission of securing the San Antonio Symphony’s long-term viability in the city.
In addition to his writing and work in the nonprofit sector, Martínez has taught English and creative writing at Our Lady of the Lake University.
“Bringing More Film Production to the Alamo City” was the theme of the 23rd Annual SA Film Festival’s Awards Ceremony held Saturday at the Tobin Center’s.
Work began at Miraflores to unearth a few of its original walkways, not knowing exactly what might be found, and the findings have been intriguing.
In her 27 years with the San Antonio Botanical Garden, Candace Andrews has left her mark on every plant and pathway.