Centro de Artes will host an “Admitted: USA” exhibition catalog release and artist panel discussion from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 7.
The Sack of Béxar culminated in the execution of hundreds of Tejano men and the imprisonment and assault of just as many Tejana women.
Ghisallo Cycling Initiative provides the bikes, the helmets, and the safety lessons. All kids have to do is show up ready to ride.
*Sponsored* Chef Tim McDiarmid of The Good Kind has been selected for the 2019 Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program offered by the James Beard Foundation.
The San Antonio Storybook podcast recalls that time when Henry the Puffy Taco accidentally outran a young fan – and the pair’s epic rematch.
This is the first time the self-described “indie orquestra Latina” will perform outside of Texas.
An excerpt from a novel in progress titled “Moon Studies and Star Scratches” by Rowena Alegría.
Katie Hall, who took over this summer as director of the long-running folkloric song and dance show Fiesta Noche del Rio, considers the season a success.
An introduction to “Viva Macondo,” a digital chapbook publication of the Macondo Writers Workshop, by Houston writer Tony Diaz.
Seventeen years after he installed it, renowned local muralist Jesse Treviño spent the week working on La Virgen de Guadalupe Veladora.
Temperatures are predicted to hover around the high 90s this weekend and may even crack triple digits. Stay cool and check out some of these activities.