Dads are notoriously difficult to shop for. So instead of buying him his 422nd tie, here are some weekend activities to check out with him.
Instead of running to the grocery store and buying candy for Mom, take her out to enjoy events around San Antonio this weekend.
Several enterprising high school students took home awards Monday night for their work in profiling some of the city’s nonprofits.
The Tobin Center announced its featured 2019-2020 season events on Wednesday evening, including a Fifth Anniversary Gala with Gladys Knight.
The season begins with a rebirth (Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony) and includes a solemn acknowledgment that all things come to an end (Mozart’s Requiem).
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts was transformed into a bustling cocktail party to honor former City Manager Sheryl Sculley, who recently retired.
The San Antonio Symphony announced that Music Director Sebastian Lang-Lessing will end his tenure as conductor in 2020.
The San Antonio Symphony’s new executive director, Corey Cowart, and Board Chair Kathleen Weir Vale sit down for an interview with the Rivard Report.
YOSA wrestled with playing the concert in the shadow of “Leaving Neverland,” but ultimately the student musicians, staff, and supporters decided to go ahead.
Families with and without children have many, many options on how to spend the first weekend of spring break in San Antonio.