In the 13 stories brought together in Bryan Washington’s “Lot: Stories,” the city of Houston is a volatile, often dangerous, sometimes beautiful place.
The keynote speaker of this year’s MLK march will talk about effecting societal change, in line with this year’s theme: “Dream. Believe. Unite. Do.”
DreamWeek is still going strong, cocktail lovers raise their glasses, gamers gather, and Monster Jam is back at the Alamodome this weekend.
SPONSORED: Chef Tim McDiarmid leads a culinary tour every summer through Italy’s famed Cinque Terre region, with registration now open for the 2020 trip.
Selena Forever/Siempre Selena is a small new exhibition at the McNay Art Museum that promises to be a big hit with late Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla-Pérez’s legions of fans.
The new exhibition, which runs through July 5, features five photographs taken by award-winning San Antonio photographer John Dyer, who got the opportunity to take pictures of Selena in 1992 and again in 1994, just months before she was murdered at age 23 by the woman who ran her fan club and boutique clothing stores.
“I play like my dad,” says accordionist Santiago Jimenez Jr., who recently recorded 13 classic conjunto songs for new San Antonio label Bull Calf Records.
All proceeds from the exhibit go directly to WINGS, a local organization that helps uninsured women in Central and South Texas pay for breast cancer treatments.
With 23 entries, the Viva Macondo chapbook is now complete.
TPR opened its doors for the first day of a garage sale, as the station prepares to move to the renovated Alameda Theater in downtown next month.
The Dec. 31 closure of ARTS San Antonio leaves the fate of remaining 2020 season performances uncertain.
Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life protagonist of “Hotel Rwanda” who now makes his home in San Antonio, opens DreamWeek.