UNITYFest bridges world cultures through music UNITYFest, the renamed annual International Music Festival of Musical Bridges Around the World, runs Feb. 2-5 in various downtown venues. by Nicholas Frank Latest San Antonio celebrates Black History Month with performances, exhibitions and tours by Anjali Gupta New restaurant at Stinson Airport blazes trails for Southside youth by Nicholas Frank James Beard Awards serves up semifinalist nods for 9 San Antonio-area chefs, brewery by Raquel Torres Crystal City 1969 at the Guadalupe Theater recounts student-led movement by Nicholas Frank Local artist traces bloodlines in Artpace spring exhibition by Anjali Gupta More news Faces of San Antonio’s Martin Luther King Jr. marchers Portrait photographer Sam Cook, who grew up attending the MLK Jr. march with his mother, spent Monday capturing images of some of the marchers. by Scott Ball ‘The march is necessary’: MLK March returns to San Antonio’s streets with renewed meaning Thousands took to the streets of San Antonio’s East Side on Monday for the first Martin Luther King Jr. march since 2020. by Raquel Torres MLK Jr. March returns after two years. Here’s what you need to know. As many as 400,000 people are expected to fill the streets of San Antonio’s East Side Monday for the in-person return of the nation’s largest MLK March. by Raquel Torres Newly rebranded Contemporary at Blue Star receives $500K from Kronkosky Foundation The Contemporary at Blue Star has announced a major gift from the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation to help fund its arts exhibition and education programming. by Nicholas Frank DreamWeek brings diverse voices together in creativity and community DreamWeek begins Friday and runs through Jan. 29 with an array of events, including issues-focused conversations and cultural expressions. by Nicholas Frank Leaks, hail and stray bullets prompt San Fernando Cathedral roof replacement Scaffolding will remain around San Fernando Cathedral until all roof repairs are complete, likely in March. The Saga video installation will return at that time. by Raquel Torres Holocaust remembrance series looks to the past to dissect the present The theme of this year’s “Holocaust Learn & Remember” series, presented by the San Antonio Public Library and The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio, is censorship. by Karly Williams ‘Spirited’ summit highlights Texas cocktail scene The inaugural Third Coast Cocktail Summit takes place at the Drury Plaza Hotel downtown and at an array of San Antonio bars and restaurants from Jan. 10-14. by Anjali Gupta Andrea ‘Vocab’ Sanderson takes on new role as co-host of local arts podcast San Antonio Poet Laureate Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson will co-host the Arts for the Health of It podcast starting Jan. 10. by Nicholas Frank Blayne Tucker leaves a legacy of music advocacy and devotion to family Friends, family and music industry colleagues mourn the loss of Blayne Tucker, who died on Dec. 30 at age 42. by Nicholas Frank Prepare for launch at the Carver Gallery with two new art exhibitions Exhibitions of artwork by San Antonio artists Maverick Pascal and Timothy Lister touch on themes of Black history and an inclusive future. by Nicholas Frank San Antonio welcomes 2023 with a bang Dazzling fireworks over downtown San Antonio mark the start of a new year. by Scott Ball Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.