Peter J. Holt joins Alamo Trust board Holt joins the board as the Alamo’s nonprofit steward continues to form a multimillion-dollar redevelopment plan for the historic mission and plaza. by Iris Dimmick Latest Luminaria announces artist lineup for 2021 festival at Hemisfair by Nicholas Frank CPS Energy board approves possible sale of land once in SAMA’s sights by Nicholas Frank The show will go on for Opera San Antonio, despite symphony musicians’ strike by Nicholas Frank Boerne Book and Arts Festival to explore Texas themes, including a look at the Old Spanish Trail by Nicholas Frank The Guadalupe Center celebrates Latino literature and dance this weekend by Nicholas Frank More news San Antonio Symphony musicians declare strike over proposed cuts After a declaration of impasse by management during contract negotiations, the Musicians of the San Antonio Symphony have called for a strike. by Nicholas Frank Where I Work: The Culinary Institute of America Chef Lilla Bernal enjoys passing down her baking expertise to eager students at the Culinary Institute of America. by Lilla Bernal Thousands stroll, pedal and mingle outdoors with the return of Síclovía Thousands of San Antonio residents came out to enjoy the 18th biannual Síclovía Sunday put on by the YMCA of Greater San Antonio. by Lindsey Carnett San Antonio Symphony musicians deserve a board that will fight for them Commentary: San Antonio must turn the tide on its commitment to the arts, and the SAS board can lead the charge. by Meredith Snow ‘On the brink of disappearing’: New Briscoe Museum photo exhibition unveils vaqueros’ lives A new exhibition at the Briscoe Western Art Museum shows the vaqueros of Northern Mexico in photographs by Werner Segarra. by Nicholas Frank YMCA Síclovía event returning in time for 10th anniversary Organized by the YMCA of Greater San Antonio, Síclovía will return Sunday for the first time since fall 2019. by Lindsey Carnett City Council to consider another $7 million for Alameda Theater restoration The Alameda Theater restoration was put on hold during the pandemic. City Council will consider contributing $7 million to help finish it. by Jackie Wang Symphony plays on and fans applaud as a cloudy future looms As San Antonio Symphony musicians face a dire contract proposal, some orchestra fans are asking why the city government isn’t doing more to help fund it. by Nicholas Frank Azul Barrientos interpretará corridos que cuentan historias del pasado y el presente de México Azul Barrientos explorará la evolución centenaria del corrido en un programa de fin de semana titulado Los Caminos del Corrido by Nicholas Frank Sunken Garden Theater could get $62M makeover, if included in city’s 2022 bond If an appeal for $62 million in 2022 municipal bond funding is successful, the 91-year-old Sunken Garden Theater will receive extensive renovations. by Nicholas Frank Alamo officials pick design firms for museum repurposing Woolworth, Crockett buildings The two architecture firms that designed an exhibition hall under construction at the Alamo were selected to design the Alamo museum. by Iris Dimmick Azul Barrientos to sing corridos that tell stories of Mexico past and present The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center presents its monthly Noche de Azul program this weekend, featuring traditional and new Mexican corridos. by Nicholas Frank Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.