Carnival festivities, food vendors, and music brought South Alamo Street to life Monday night for the City’s official New Year’s Eve celebration marking the end of the Tricentennial year.
Trust me, San Antonio, when I say the local band The Texases are genuine fun and darn sure worth hearing.
Longtime San Antonio favorite Buttercup is debuting its new album, Battle of Flowers, with a live concert Friday, April 14, at the Empire Theater.
The Youth Orchestra of San Antonio came dangerously close to bringing its audience to tears with a triumphant tribute of Purple Rain Live Monday night at the Tobin.
When the average San Antonian thinks about the burgeoning niches of urban development and mixed-use architecture for family-friendly work and play, two revitalized breweries come to mind: The Pearl and Blue Star.
When Gregory Griffin headed to New York City, he had a vision and a purpose – to make his album The Feeling the next big thing, and to become a hip-hop artist that could change the world.
The San Antonio community didn’t have to leave the comfort of the surrounding downtown area to catch a slew of great performances from both local and out-of-town musicians.
After the lines have faded away and the South by Southwesters are making their way back home after a long week, Burger Records is continuing the party and making its way down I-35 to San Antonio and bringing along a few friends.
Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, recently tweeted the results from a Public Technology Institute study that shows a high level of public engagement in San Antonio.
There’s no better time than the NBA Finals to remind ourselves, as a city, that we can hold our own on the world stage.