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The Triumphant rebirth of San Antonio’s orchestra

The Triumphant rebirth of San Antonio’s orchestra

Last weekend, San Antonio saw the rebirth of its orchestra as the new San Antonio Philharmonic
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 22, 2022

As darkness descended on downtown San Antonio, people filed into the light of the First Baptist Church. As they were ushered from the lobby to their chairs, an excited murmur ran through the crowd. This...

VSA students handing out food at the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Trinity’s annual Mid-Autumn Festival

A night celebrating an ancient Chinese festival with mooncakes, lions and connection
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 15, 2022

Last Saturday as dusk approached, students filed onto the Jim Potter IM Field to eat moon cakes, drink boba tea, participate in luck lotteries, run from the “dragons” and enjoy the age-old tradition...

Tapestries on display at the Centro de Artes Gallery

A duality of worlds: The Centro de Artes’ current exhibits

Hernandez and Montelongo are sharing their Latinx experiences in the U.S. through artwork
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 8, 2022

On the eastern corner of the Historic Market Square downtown sits the Centro de Artes, a beautiful two-story art gallery that dedicates itself to sharing the Latin American experience through Latino artists...

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Free things to do when you’re bored in San Antonio

Places and events to spend your time but not your money
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 1, 2022

Do you want to find ways to enjoy San Antonio but you have little to no money in that mangled college bank account? We’ve got you covered. Here are some places and events that cost nothing, plus...

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