Self-described “artist/activist” Antonio Serna was born in the Alamo City and now lives and works in New York, where he’s exhibited everywhere from Manhattan’s Judson… (read more)
Given the Tobin’s other inaugural bookings, the Symphony’s Pops series leans toward the conservative. But the opener is a different matter altogether, with the Symphony… (read more)
Welcome the weekend with contemporary art and tacos. Artpace has stocked up on Topo Chico and are celebrating at Artpace with chilled drinks and our… (read more)
After more than 20 years of providing live comedy improv entertainment to the San Antonio Community, Comedy Sportz Improv has opened a new location (11950… (read more)
Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago chronicles various pilgrims, from ages 3 to 73, as they trek an entire country by foot. Armed only… (read more)
This stacked event just might be boss enough to draw the staunchest inner-loopers to venture a bit farther north this Saturday. NOSA (North of San… (read more)
“A Strange Odyssey” is a tribute to one of the most influential American directors, Stanley Kubrick, whose films (including 2001: A Space Odyssey and The… (read more)
Heavy instrumental rock-fusion outfit TAUK manages to create a live show experience to match their masterfully produced recordings. The unique chemistry and relaxed-focus of the… (read more)
Check out that sweet set of boo-oo-oobs! Or you know, whichever particular people pieces get you a-goggling. No judgment here—just a shortage of even marginally… (read more)
In response to San Antonio city council's upcoming vote on the Vista Ridge pipeline project, several grassroots community organizations have collaborated to host three community… (read more)
Practice 20 to 30 minutes of serene meditation in the Japanese art gallery. Cushions and stools provided.… (read more)
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