Contemporary Art Month opens call for applications to the 2023 CAM Student Film Festival
High school student filmmakers from San Antonio and Laredo are eligible to apply for the festival.
By Jake Fortune
Tags: San Antonio News, San Antonio, Texas, Contemporary Art Month, CAM, student film festival, Laredo, student films, filmmaking, high school students, Sarah Lasley, Cal Poly Humboldt, open call, applications open
Texas teachers get high starting salaries, but state lags in offering other perks, report shows
The Lone Star State ranks first in starting wages for teachers but near the bottom in wage growth.
Tags: Texas News, Teachers, Texas, New York, starting pay, wage growth, Best States for Teachers, teacher pay, teacher benefits, Texas State Teachers Association, Rene S. Parmar, School of Education at Lehman College, City University of New York, public schools, schools, education, student-to-teacher ratio
San Antonio Tamales Festival returning for two days in early December
The free event, which began in 2019, will feature vendors from all over the state plus musical entertainment.
Tags: Flavor, San Antonio, Things to Do In San Antonio, San Antonio Tamales Festival, food festivals, tamales, holidays, December events, San Antonio events, Mexican food, Tex-Mex, Conjunto Cats, DJ Samurai, Mariachi Fuzion, Melinda Cosina
Texas and two other states lead the nation in time spent playing video games
Texas gamers spend an average of 17 hours a week on their consoles or other devices, according to a new study.
Tags: Texas News, Texas, video games, gaming, online games, Ohio, Michigan, Solitaire Bliss, gaming habits, console time, surveys, studies, hobbies
San Antonio opening plaza in River Walk Art Garden to recognize contributions of labor leaders
Labor Plaza will replace a statue of labor leader Samuel Gompers, which was removed due to structural damaged caused by exposure to the elements.
Tags: San Antonio News, San Antonio, public art, Labor Day, Labor Plaza, AFL-CIO, San Antonio Poet Laureate Octavio Quintanilla, Department of Arts & Culture, Krystal Jones, River Walk Public Art Garden, Downtown San Antonio, Solidarity Forever, Ralph Chapin, Terra Design Group, Henry B. González Convention Center, Samuel Gompers statue, Reis Niemi, Remember Everything, Jean Alden
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