A new Institute of Texan Cultures exhibit chronicles San Antonio history in 300 photographs covering the 1860s-1990s.
Latin American scholar Tomás Ybarra-Frausto is celebrated in an exhibition at Bihl Haus, “10,000 Years of Love and Resistance.”
The 2018 San Antonio Film Festival will screen more than 150 features and short films this week.
The DoSeum’s “Dream Tomorrow Today” exhibit invites kids to enter an exciting future where they’re the ones calling the shots.
Brandon Seale released the series earlier this year, and for the next 12 weeks, the Rivard Report will host one episode every Saturday.
More than 100 protesters on Saturday demonstrated their opposition to moving the Alamo Cenotaph as part of the plan to redevelop the Alamo Plaza.
Harvey Mireles founded La Printeria and created the 100 Young Printmakers Program to teach screen printing skills to low-income youth.
Angela and Rick Martinez of Slab Cinema show well-loved movies on inflatable screens for free in parks, gardens, and other venues across San Antonio.
A new City Council Local Music Spotlight program will introduce recordings of original compositions by San Antonio musicians at council meetings.
The Macondo 2018 Writers Workshop takes place July 24-27, with free public events and a fundraiser featuring Sandra Cisneros.
One guiding principle I would add for the Alamo Master Plan: the status quo is unacceptable.