25 bucket list activities to do in San Antonio before summer ends

Summer's here. Time to unwind. However, with temperatures rising and the kids out of school, it can be hard to brainstorm fun…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Take an outdoor yoga class with Mobile OmVarious Locations, mobileomtx.com Mobile Om’s motto is “yoga without bounds,” and in practice, it’s just like it sounds — mobile yoga classes in unconventional outdoor spaces. One of those boundless studios is on top of the Hays Street Bridge overlooking the downtown skyline, where Mobile Om got its start, but the roving studio offers classes at other classic SA locations including Confluence Park and the Mission Marquee Plaza.             
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20 parties, brunches, drag shows and other ways to celebrate Pride in San Antonio

The pandemic can't stop this year's Pride festivities. Community members and businesses across the city are offering events and fundraisers for San…

By San Antonio Current Staff

PRIDE Bigger Than Texas Virtual Parade
Free, 5-10 p.m., June 26, Pride San Antonio, pridesanantonio.org
While the annual downtown parade is on-pause due to the pandemic, San Antonians can still virtually celebrate at the PRIDE “Bigger Than” Texas Virtual Parade! The event will be livestreamed on both Facebook and YouTube, where viewers can watch makeup tutorials, participate in the Peace Love Pride Wedding event and welcome special guests. Pre-register to get married virtually by a real judge, a PRIDE tradition, or just show up to livestream for an evening of weddings, makeup tutorials and special guests. 
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25 celebrities who shot movies or TV shows in San Antonio

The Alamo City may not rival Los Angeles or New York as a filming location, but we've hosted plenty of movie productions…

By Kiko Martinez

Matt Damon – All the Pretty Horses
Damon plays John Grady Cole, a young cowboy in Texas who travels with a friend on horseback to Mexico to find work. 
Photo via Columbia Pictures
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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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Some of the Interesting People We've Seen at SXSW This Week (A Bit NSFW)

It goes without saying Austin is weird year-round, but things get even more wild during South By Southwest. Check out some of…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Some of the Interesting People We've Seen at SXSW This Week (NSFW)
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20 Free Ways to Have Fun in San Antonio this Week (8/7-8/13)

Looking to have some fun but stuck to a strict budget? Here are some of our picks of free ways enjoy yourself…

By San Antonio Current Staff

    Sat., Aug. 12, 8 p.m. Hemisfair Park, 434 S. Alamo.
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