A list of events that will appeal to relative newcomers to Fiesta and old-timers who’ve seen it all, but are still on the lookout for the new and exciting possibilities.
The San Antonio Book Festival and more than 90 authors arrive at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art on Saturday, April 7.
The San Antonio Book Festival will return for its sixth edition on April 7, 10-5 p.m. at the Central Library, as will the live storytelling series, The Moth.
Musical Bridges Around the World presents the International Music Festival at downtown locations now through Sunday, featuring visiting musicians from around the world, and a special Sister City Jazz Ensemble.
Brewing Up Texas, a new exhibit at the Institute of Texan Cultures, traces Texas brewing history from the 1800s to today.
Composer Nathan Felix and San Antonio operatic group From Those Who Follow The Echoes performed on the free Saturday VIA VIVA Culture Bus between the McNay Art Museum and the Blue Star Arts Complex.
The 14th annual Artpace Chalk It Up brought San Antonians in their thousands downtown.
She can barely lift her red, velvet stilettos in the simmering South Texas heat.
Rivard Report: Do you have any advice for people who want to get the most out of San Antonio’s Texas Book Festival? It sounds like there will be a lot packed into one day: readings, author panels, live music, food trucks and kids activities – should we have a plan of attack for the day?