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Written by Rudy Arispe on Mar 13, 2017
Ever wonder what it would be like to have been one of the defenders who bravely held back Mexican forces during the Battle of the Alamo? To embark on the journey of Texas settlers who finds themselves fighting for Texas independence? Now you can!
Written by Tami Kegley on Mar 10, 2017
Ballet San Antonio will present the third season of “Ballet in the Park” in downtown San Antonio’s Travis Park on Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 6 till 8 p.m. This is one of our most historic parks, a gathering place since 1870. UPDATE: Ballet in the Park at Travis Park has been postponed to Saturday, April 8 from 6 till 8 p.m. due to expected heavy rain. The event was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 1. 
Written by Page Graham on Mar 09, 2017
March is a great month for San Antonio art lovers thanks to Contemporary Art Month (CAM). A volunteer-run organization touted as by artists, for artists, “CAM seeks to promote and raise the national profile of San Antonio contemporary art and artists by organizing and facilitating a month-long celebration of contemporary art, providing marketing support, and by organizing and facilitating public programs.” It operates on a shoestring budget, relying mostly on in-kind donations from sponsors.
Written by Don Mathis on Mar 07, 2017
Just outside the historic steps of the Alamo, the light begins to fall and dusk begins to take form. It is March 6 and the flag outside hangs at half-mast.
Written by Tami Kegley on Mar 07, 2017
Since 2004, the San Antonio Botanical Garden (SABG) has annually installed sculptural works in their beautiful setting in the Mahnke Park area. SABG Executive Director Bob Brackman has worked with Bill FitzGibbons and a variety of nonprofit arts organizations over the years, such as Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum and the Texas Sculpture Group.