For San Antonio photographer Al Rendon, Southtown is the perfect place to live and work.
Official Fotoseptiembre USA exhibition “Edible Immigrants,” by San Antonio photographer Al Rendon, opens Sept. 9.
San Antonio is best known for the Alamo, but a deeper appreciation of its history is found by reading about the people and events that defined the city.
With book signings scheduled here Dec. 1 and 2, interested readers can meet the authors in informal settings to learn more about their new works.
Deeply rooted traditions of gallantry and horsemanship are reflected in the charros’ elegant attire, finely-crafted riding gear, and their social mores.
A native of the Westside and graduate of Yale University, filmmaker and activist Graciela Sanchez is the founding director of the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center.
Alfonso Chiscano MD is a cardiothoracic surgery professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and president of the Friends of the Canary Islands Foundation.
“The Saga,” a video art installation projected onto the façade of the San Fernando Cathedral by the French artist, Xavier de Richemont turned one on Saturday.
Juan Tejeda is an ethnomusicologist, professor, and co-founder of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s annual Conjunto Festival, May 13 -17.
Claus Heide, president of Beethoven Maennerchor, has been in San Antonio for 50 years, and he has worked with Beethoven Maennerchor for 34 years.