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Written by Page Graham on Feb 14, 2017
Second Saturday is a great occasion to catch up with friends and acquaintances, listen to multiple DJs spin tunes, grab some munchies from a food truck, have a beverage and above all, check out the art. As a recent visitor to San Antonio put it, “We don’t have anything like this in Austin. This event is so great because it’s primarily about the art.”  
Written by Rudy Arispe on Feb 13, 2017
Bihl Haus Arts celebrates the tenth anniversary of the On and Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour during the annual gallery walk from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, February 19, in San Antonio’s Deco District.  
Written by Brooke Cowey on Feb 10, 2017
Replay the video: New York Times bestseller Jan Jarboe Russell discusses her book The Train to Crystal City at the Central Library Auditorium.  This book is about a secret internment camp in Texas during World War II. These camps housed Japanese, German and Italian immigrants.
Written by Don Mathis on Feb 07, 2017
“Ending Racism in About an Hour” was the conversation led by W. Kamau Bell at San Antonio College (SAC) Thursday night, Feb. 2. “In these days, it may take two or three hours,” the California comedian quipped. SAC’s McAllister Fine Arts Center was packed with 600 people to hear the stand-up comic and television host deliver what he called ‘The W. Kamau Bell Curve.’
Written by Don Mathis on Feb 02, 2017
The Alameda Theater, which opened in 1949 at 318 W. Houston Street, has been shuttered for nearly 30 years. Despite water stains on the ceiling and eastern walls, despite the removal of nearly 2,500 seats, the theater retains its grandiosity.