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.