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St. Sucia Zine Release Show

Regina Morales
This Saturday, you’re invited to join local zine St. Sucia as it celebrates one year of existence. The zine, which describes itself as “exposing what it is to be a mujer in contemporary society,” has put out four issues in its first year and helped provide an important expressive space for many talented young women in San Antonio and beyond. On this night, there will be copies of all the issues for sale, readings from featured poets, and a rather raucous selection of musical acts, including Los De Esta Noche, Amygdala, Grupo Frackaso and DJ Heavy Flow of Chulita Vinyl Club.

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  • Hi-Tones

    621 E. Dewey, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 785-8777; (210) (FAX)

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