Local arts leaders are responding to President Donald Trump’s Thursday proposal to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts from the federal budget.
Most 91-year-old women don’t work 12-hour days, regularly attend social and civic functions, or have galas thrown in their honor.
At the end of the powerful veterans’ ensemble play, “The Telling Project: San Antonio,” performed last year at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, Gold Star wife Donna Engeman muses about her fallen soldier husband, John.
The conversation in KLRN-TV’s studio Thursday afternoon was relatively polite, with minimal interruptions during the taping of KLRN’s Texas Week with Rick Casey.
Workforce development, expansion of educational opportunities, city management, rideshare, and NFL aspirations where the topics that dominated a forum between the four leading mayoral candidates Monday night.
The four leading mayoral candidates, Leticia Van de Putte, Tommy Adkisson, Mike Villarreal and Mayor Ivy Taylor, shared a stage for what one staffer said was the 21st time Tuesday afternoon at KLRN-TV studios on Broadway Street on Tuesday.
When 20,000 San Antonio families with four and five-year-olds at home checked their email Wednesday, it was likely with a grin or a giggle.
If you’re going to spend the evening celebrating the 227th birthday of the U.S. Constitution, how better to spend it than in the company of future leaders?
“There are 268,000 square miles in Texas.