Memories of Warhol flashed as I recently attended the Briscoe Western Art Museum’s exhibit of his 10-image suite Cowboys & Indians.
Each year the San Antonio Book Festival ups the ante and brings some of the best voices that reflect Tejano culture, language, and literature.
Half a century later, the Vietnam War still bedevils and divides us in a way few events in our collective history and conscience have.
In the great transition from the raw and often bluesy rock ‘n’ roll of the ’60s and ’70s, San Antonio-based Christopher Cross came across the airwaves in 1980 with his eponymous debut, and took the music world by storm.
Editor’s Note: When Mexican singer and composer Juan Gabriel died from a heart attack on Sunday, Aug.
Award-winning playwright, poet, and journalist Gregg Barrios has pushed the envelope for most of his artistic career, shedding light on the lesser-known, and oft-ignored, characters and realities of the local and national Latino community through his writing.
The first time I met Julie Coan, KLRN’s chief operating officer and senior vice president a year ago, she and I had a conversation about what it means when a military veteran trusts you enough to tell you his or her story, and whether any particular response is required.