If you missed the Youth Orchestra of San Antonio’s recent live performance of the Beatles’ classic album, Abbey Road, at the Tobin, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.
The Rivard Report has joined with sponsors to present two interesting events for our readers.
The Rivard Report celebrates its fourth anniversary today, and with our recent transformation to a member-supported nonprofit, this seems like a good time to take a look back and then introduce our growing staff. Four years have streamed by in a flash, yet our beginnings seem so long ago.
Chef Pedro Cuellar’s daughter, Myka, is the inspiration behind the six-course menu planned for the Rivard Report’s next installment of Story to Table, our monthly culinary event series.
We’re excited to announce a new, monthly series that connects the community with local chefs all while enjoying their food.
When they hear the word “startup,” many people have a preconceived notion of a room filled with computers and team of website and app developers, working tirelessly on the next “big thing” in the tech industry.
Stacks of tomato sauce and a few thousand sliced jalapeños might not sound like a winning combination, but this month they are helping raise local food awareness and donations at North Star Mall.
In anticipation for our first Estática concert, Jaime Solis sat down with Troy Peters, Musical Director of YOSA and Elena and Ruben Lopez from the local band Octahedron.
The Rivard Report hosted its inaugural City Block Cinema event at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center this Wednesday.
The Rivard Report is inviting readers to join us on a downtown adventure, a Culture Connection, to explore downtown and the Briscoe Western Art Museum using VIA Metropolitan Transit’s free entertainment route, The E.
We’ve partnered with VIA to create the Culture Connection series that will feature art and entertainment institutions along the path of The E route in downtown San Antonio.