The Talōm Aptzāi Indigenous Film Festival runs noon-9 p.m. Sunday at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
A set of performances at Artpace will meld spoken word with sound in exploring and commemorating the experiences and identities of immigrants and migrants.
Family Tapestry, a division of The Children’s Shelter, assumed the role of finding paid foster care placements for children and young adults on Feb. 1.
The Rivard Report will welcome four superintendents at a free event Tuesday night focused on education on San Antonio’s South Side.
The Bat Loco Bash draws thousands of onlookers to watch the bats under the Camden Street Bridge over the San Antonio River take flight.
As part of its 25th installment, the San Antonio Film Festival will screen four food-related films at the Culinary Institute of America.
John Leguizamo’s “Latin History for Morons” at the Majestic Theatre seeks to enlighten people on the often ignored contributions Latinos have made.
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.
In its 26th year, the free Balcones Heights festival devoted to smooth jazz begins July 12 with performances on each Friday through Aug. 2.
Happy summer solstice! Celebrate the longest day of the year with free yoga or a culinary demonstration at San Antonio Botanical Garden. You’ve got options.