It might be chilly out, but San Antonio has plenty of activities to keep you busy this weekend, including a double feature of “Home Alone” and “Elf.”
“Victorian Radicals,” featuring works from the Arts and Crafts movement, opens Friday at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
San Antonio Museum of Art Director Katie Luber is leaving to become director and president of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Comedy, rap, and acrobatics land in San Antonio this weekend. Those are only some of the many activities for you to check out.
Temperatures are predicted to hover around the high 90s this weekend and may even crack triple digits. Stay cool and check out some of these activities.
There’s a play about a very hungry caterpillar coming to the Magik Theatre, and there are also wekend events featuring peaches and mac and cheese.
VIA Metropolitan Transit’s VIVA buses celebrate 1 million passenger rides since the launch of the three routes in June of 2016.
Completing an eons-long journey, a 6 1/2-ton Scholars’ Rock from Lake Taihu near Wuxi, China, arrived Friday at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Enjoy your three-day weekend with family-friendly events around San Antonio, and some that are just for the grown-ups.
The 33rd edition of PechaKucha drew crowds to the San Antonio Museum of Art for an evening full of local history and Fiesta spirit.