“Movie Time” is a memoir excerpt by Los Angeles author Juanita E. Mantz for the Viva Macondo digital chapbook.
Beethoven Maennerchor’s Oktoberfest isn’t the only such event in a town known for its German heritage, but it may be the most authentic.
The 12 pianists representing 6 countries will compete for a $25,000 prize.
*Sponsored* PROM honors people and projects that exemplify commitment to preservation with the Vision Award, the Champion Award, and the Best Preservation Project.
Commentary: Numerous other mid-sized cities can boast of highly respected general histories that detail 20th-century developments. Why not San Antonio?
“La Revolución Mexicana: 100 Years Later” at the McNay Art Museum centers on 18 linoleum block prints by celebrated Mexican printmaker Artemio Rodriguez.
The first weekend of October brings plenty of celebrations – for Hemisfair’s 4th birthday, for costumed pets, and for Oktoberfest!
Villa Finale celebrates 10 years as a museum and 100 years since the birth of its founder, Walter Mathis.
On Wednesday, the Historic Design and Review Commission approved the final design for Alameda Theater, which includes exterior and interior changes.
San Antonio Museum of Art Director Katie Luber is leaving to become director and president of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Lorenzo Gomez’s new book chronicles his three years at Tafolla Middle School in West San Antonio through stories from that time and letters he wrote to his 12-year-old self.