Now is the time to “put up or shut up.” Now is the time to restore the Alamo to a place of reverence, remembrance, and honor.
Tricentennial officials are unable to find sponsors or otherwise raise adequate funding to underwrite the $1.2 million required to support the festival’s expansion.
Any league member will tell you that contemporary roller derby with ACRG is more than the fishnet stockings and the wheeled wrestling moves of yesteryear.
This edition of 31 hand-painted color plates in George Catlin’s “North American Indian Portfolio” is one of only three known sets still in existence.
Brooks, the up-and-coming community just 10 minutes south of downtown, is hosting a tour to four of the city’s breweries on Saturday, June 24.
Luminaria’s partnership with Southtown the Arts District created the pretext for connecting with two Spanish muralists currently on their “Survibe” tour.
The budget problems at the San Antonio Museum of Art were caused by unexpected capital expenditures, according to Museum Director Katie Luber.
New walkways will form a continuous artery from the entrance at the Brackenridge Park pedestrian bridge to the entrance at the Hildebrand gate.
Two forthcoming exhibitions perfectly underscore the different missions of their host institutions, which both bear “art” in their names.
Many countries and cultures developed riding competitions based on Spanish influences, but only few have as many particularities as the Mexican charreada.
The Instituto Cultural de México, under the direction of the Mexican Consulate in San Antonio, is gearing up for a week of programming that revolves around the topic of migration.