The Fiesta favorite touched on many of the heavy hitters in the past year’s news, including ex-City Manager Sheryl Sculley and the ubiquitous “Baby Shark.”
The 33rd edition of PechaKucha drew crowds to the San Antonio Museum of Art for an evening full of local history and Fiesta spirit.
The lead coordinator for Fiesta Cornyation turned 80 this month and continues shape San Antonio’s cultural landscape.
I had heard from my friends and veteran Cornyation participants that backstage was the place for a photographer to be.
This week in Just This, we discuss the more than century-long history of San Antonio’s annual Fiesta celebration – its kings, queens, parties and festivals from La Villita to Market Square to the Alamodome.
The 52nd annual Cornyation pulled no punches this year with its tongue-in-cheek, hilarious sketch comedy about local and national current events.
The show that evolved over the decades into a lavishly costumed stage production lampooning politicians and pop culture is the subject of a new book by Amy Stone titled Cornyation: San Antonio’s Outrageous Fiesta Tradition.
Just as irreverent and hilarious as ever, the 51st annual Cornyation left its audience at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre in stitches on Wednesday with commentary on local and national current events and politics.
Fiesta Cornyation officials have announced that two Kings Anchovy will rule in April 2016, a first in the organization’s history, which dates to 1951.
Cornyation is one of the most highly anticipated events of Fiesta San Antonio – and for good reason, it’s the most outlandish. Performances are filled with bright colors, over-the-top costumes, sexual innuendo, great irreverence, and lots of newsy skits and jokes.