Stations of the Border Cross: Self-discovery and Smoldering Epiphanies in Octavio Solis’ Memoir Retablos
By Roberto Ontiveros
Tags: San Antonio, Texas, Retablos, author, Retablos: Stories From a Life Lived Along the Border, Octavio Solis
What San Antonio Writers Are Reading This Season
U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera to Speak at Palo Alto Wednesday
Tags: ArtSlut, Cabeza de Vaca, Aristophanes, Hugo Gernsback, Chicano literature, United States Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera, Notes on the Assemblage, Black Lives Matter, Ayotzinapa, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Wenjian Liu, Rafael Ramos, Wanda Coleman, Philip Levine, Kant, Kenji Goto, Trayvon Martin, LA Riots, e.e. cummings, Hugo Ball, Rudolfo Anaya, Sandra Cisneros, Palo Alto College, Heritage Month, Carmen Tafolla, Laurie Ann Guerrero, corridos
Humanely Perverse: Alejandro Augustine Padilla at Bihl Haus
Tags: Arts Etc.
Book reviews: 'Leapfrog and Other Stories' and 'The Accidental Native'
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San Antonio-based Bill Miller Bar-B-Q offering free iced tea every Friday this month
By Nina Rangel
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 14's Bosco brings glam and horror to the Bonham Exchange Thursday
By Bryan Rindfuss
Former RNC head slams Texas' Ted Cruz for CPAC speech: 'Just sit the hell down, please. Stop it.'
By Sanford Nowlin
10th Annual Muertos Fest returning to San Antonio's Hemisfair in late October
By Michael Karlis
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