Everything we saw as Tori Amos performed at San Antonio's Majestic Theatre on Friday

Singer-songwriter Tori Amos delivered a riveting performance Friday at San Antonio's Majestic Theatre, the second stop of a North American tour that…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as Tori Amos performed at San Antonio's Majestic Theatre on Friday
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The 25 most beautiful places in San Antonio

You know it, and we know it — San Antonio is a beautiful city. Whether you're interested in historic landmarks, swanky eateries…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Denman Estate Park
7735 Mockingbird Ln, sanantonio.gov
Denman Estate Park features a traditional South Korean pavilion, styled similarly to the Gwangju Democracy Bell in South Korea. Gwangju, South Korea and San Antonio, you may be surprised to learn, are sister cities. Denman Estate Park is a beautiful place to visit, not only for the pavilion, but for the pond and garden as well. 
Photo via Instagram / rebekahsantoyo
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The best places in San Antonio to take out-of-towners that aren't the Alamo

Everybody knows about the Alamo and the River Walk, but San Antonio has much more to offer beyond its two most famous…

By San Antonio Current Staff

McNay Art Museum
6000 N. New Braunfels Ave., (210) 824-5368, mcnayart.org
The McNay, opened in 1954 in Marion Koogler McNay’s sprawling Spanish Colonial Revival mansion, proudly presents itself as “the first museum of modern art in Texas.” Greatly expanded in 2008 with the addition of the sleek, 45,000-square-foot Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions, the museum complements its impressive permanent collection of Post-Impressionist paintings, medieval and Renaissance treasures, modernist outdoor sculpture, Southwestern folk art and contemporary Latino prints with both touring and homegrown exhibitions.
Photo by in.her.heart.were.mangroves via Instagram / mcnayart
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All the music fans and performers we saw Saturday at San Antonio's Jazz'SAlive festival

The 38th Annual Jazz'SAlive festival took over downtown's Travis Park this weekend. Thousands turned out to enjoy free music from legendary Grammy-winning…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the music fans and performers we saw Saturday at San Antonio's Jazz'SAlive festival
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San Antonio's creepiest haunted spots and urban legends

San Antonio loves spooky shit, and we love it too. From the Alamo City's most notorious urban legends to its many spooky…

By San Antonio Current Staff

San Pedro Springs Park
San Pedro Springs is the second oldest park in the U.S. — how could it not be haunted? There have been reports of park visitors hearing children’s voices and laughter even when there’s no one else in the park. Adult ghosts are one thing, but kids? Shudder.
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20 Holiday Events Happening in San Antonio This December

Just because it's the holiday season doesn't mean San Antonians will be stuck doing the same old stuff as years before. While…

By San Antonio Current Staff, Kelly Nelson

The Nutcracker

$24.50-$129, 7:30 p.m. Fridays, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays November 29-December 8, H-E-B Performance Hall, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-8624, tobincenter.org.

Ballet San Antonio’s back with a beloved Christmas favorite, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Even the least-cultured among us will recognize the ballet’s musical selections about sugar plums, snowflakes and princes, which will be played live by the San Antonio Symphony. 

Photo courtesy of Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
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The 20 Creepiest San Antonio Urban Legends

San Antonio loves creepy stuff. Plain and simple. So, in an effort to fulfill the need for scariness in your life, we…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Guests aren’t the only ones staying at the Menger Hotel
There are ghost sightings aplenty over at the Menger. They occur so often that many of them have names. There’s Sallie White, a chambermaid in the 1870s who was shot by her husband because he thought she was being unfaithful. She’s been seen wearing a uniform and apron, holding fresh towels in her hands. There’s also Capt. Richard King, who founded the famous King Ranch. He died at the Menger and has been seen wearing a bolo tie and black hat in the King Suite. The elevator next to the suite regularly stops there even without being punched.
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Miguel Absolutely Slayed Everyone at the Majestic Theatre Last Night

Omg, yaaaaas! We were totally stoked to hear Miguel was returning to SA, and let us say – he did not disappoint!…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Miguel Absolutely Slayed Everyone at the Majestic Theatre Last Night
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Things to Do in San Antonio This Week (10/11-10/17)

Looking for last minute plans this week? Take a peek through our top calendar picks to find exactly your type of event…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Thu 10/12-Sat 10/14
Forbidden Broadway
Since its premiere in 1982, Forbidden Broadway has enjoyed a multitude of productions up to the present day thanks to writer Gerard Alessandrini, who updates the revue to include each new batch of Broadway’s hits, ensuring that no show is safe, no matter how recent its appearance on the Great White Way. Styled as a cabaret, the production spoofs Wicked, Pippin, The Book of Mormon, Les Miz and many more, as well as familiar faces from the Broadway scene via spot-on cast impressions. Longtime fans of musical theater will find plenty to love, as the revue’s roasts amply reward those with an encyclopedic knowledge of the oeuvres of Sondheim, Schwartz and Larson. $39.50, 7:30pm Thu, 8pm Fri, 2pm & 8pm Sat, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-8624, tobincenter.org. — Kelly Merka Nelson
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26 Twisted Photos of Primus and the Chocolate Factory

11/17/2014 Photos by Linda Romero

By San Antonio Current Staff

26 Twisted Photos of Primus and the Chocolate Factory
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I Want it Now: The Primus and the Chocolate Factory tour posters

Primus always commissions wonderfully trippy tour posters, but the Willy Wonka-themed designs graphic artists came up with for the "Primus and the Chocolate Factory…

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Upper Darby, PA:  Reuben Rude
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10 Photos from the Gavin DeGraw Concert at the Majestic Theatre

05/05/2014 Photos by Krystal Clark

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10 Photos from the Gavin DeGraw Concert at the Majestic Theatre
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30 Pics from the SA Cocktail Conference After-Party

January 19, 2014 Photos by Joe Turner

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30 Pics from the SA Cocktail Conference After-Party
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San Antonio Cocktail Conference Opening Gala II

January 16, 2014 Photos by Veronica Luna

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San Antonio Cocktail Conference Opening Gala II
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San Antonio Cocktail Conference Opening Gala I

January 16, 2014 Photos by Rick Canfield

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San Antonio Cocktail Conference Opening Gala I
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