The Sunken Garden Theater in Brackenridge Park owes its existence to the walls created from excavation and almost became the city’s first Tobin Center.
For more than two decades, the Alamo Plaza Project has compiled visitor documents, surveys, petitions, and responses regarding people’s experiences at the plaza.
There’s some exciting stuff happening with live storytelling in San Antonio.
I need San Antonio’s support and we need our City Council to make the right decision and select Entertainment Cruises on Thursday.
At Ven a Comer diners enjoyed modern interpretations of food from a special collection of Mexican cookbooks in a collaboration of local and Mexican chefs.
Trust me, San Antonio, when I say the local band The Texases are genuine fun and darn sure worth hearing.
Local filmmaker and actor Baba Aundar Martin resurrected the man and the legacy that is Malcolm X in “Message to the People: A Story of Malcolm X.”
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Battle of Puebla, the day that Mexican forces defeated a French military invasion on May 5, 1862.
It seems the Alamo is under siege again. Powerful forces are moving to completely redo Alamo Plaza. Some of their ideas are good, but many more are, frankly, catastrophic.
An unflinching poet and SA native, Brown is not afraid to foreground the more contentious issues of our times in her dynamic spoken word performances.
Star Wars has an active fanbase in San Antonio, evidenced by the wealth of events happening around the city on May the Fourth.