The once-neglected Miraflores garden will open to the public Thursday evening for the Brackenridge Park Conservancy’s fundraising event.
Work began at Miraflores to unearth a few of its original walkways, not knowing exactly what might be found, and the findings have been intriguing.
New walkways will form a continuous artery from the entrance at the Brackenridge Park pedestrian bridge to the entrance at the Hildebrand gate.
Eight presenters set out to make an impression at Tuesday night’s Pechakucha San Antonio Vol. 25 at the Pearl Stable – and they all succeeded.
PechaKucha Night San Antonio Vol. 25 will take place Tuesday, Feb. 28 at the Pearl Stable. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., presentations will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Méridas work still illustrates a diversity of materials and a viewpoint that broadens our cultural understanding in a beautiful, engaging, and colorful way.
In response to the recent Rivard Report article, a San Antonio couple has come forward to return an object from the garden, which was recovered from a vacant field on the city’s outskirts.
On a small piece of land near the headwaters of the San Antonio River sits a sizeable stone marker, upon which are inscribed the words: “1716 Aqui se celebró la primera misa” – the first mass was celebrated here.
The story of a rural Spanish community’s collision with tradition will come to life this week in a theatre drama at North East School of the Arts (NESA). Aspiring young actors, dancers and musicians have been working for several months with Director Chloe Treat on a production of Federico García Lorca’s “Blood Wedding.”
The 1932 Spanish classic tragedy of ritual gone wrong explores the riveting story of a young woman who flees her wedding to run away with the son of a rival family, uncovering themes of deep-seated conflict between nature and human relationship in the midst of decaying cultural constructs.
In recent weeks there has been much ado about the stance of Texas’ gubernatorial candidates on the issue of pay equity for men and women.