Just in time for Thanksgiving, San Antonio-based author Regina Moya serves up her third novel, El Día del Guajolote.
On Thursday close to 100 people streamed into the halls of the Instituto Cultural de México’s Monarch-inspired exhibition to learn about the mystical nature of Monarch butterflies and their vulnerable migration route.
The fact that the festival takes place in San Antonio has only added to its momentum, considering that the city was named the first official “Monarch Champion City” in the U.S.
This Friday night, Ballet San Antonio will celebrate the company’s season premier with its rendition of the classic Don Quixote at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.
Los Tonos Humanos, a group of Mexican Baroque musicians, will bring its 17th century-style music to the San Antonio Museum of Art and Mission Concepción on Sept.
In the end, consider it good news that the City of San Antonio is terminating its lease agreement with Texas A&M-San Antonio to operate Centro de Artes in the heart of the Zona Cultural where the spirits along San Pedro Creek are stirring with anticipation.
El Instituto Cultural de México es la representación cultural permanente del Gobierno de México en San Antonio y ha existido en el Parque Hemisferio desde 1972.
The Instituto Cultural de México is the permanent cultural representation of the Mexican government in San Antonio and has existed at Hemisfair Park since 1972.
Sometimes, in the conversations about Mexico and the U.S., we lose ourselves in what we do wrong, and forget what we do in both countries that’s right.