Written by Don Mathis on Mar 7 2017 - 9:30pm
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 Garrett Heath on Feb 28 2017 - 3:02pm
While on paternity leave, I noticed Taqueria El Trompo in a little strip mall off of Harry Wurzbach and Austin Highway. However, it took me nearly seven months to stop in because - 1) I now have a toddler and a baby that take up a lot of time and 2) the taqueria is situated in that weird nook off of Austin Highway that’s a little difficult to get to. But when I was with a buddy in that area looking for lunch, I immediately knew where we’d go.
Written by Don Mathis on Jan 12 2017 - 12:18am
Verónica Castillo specializes in Trees of Life. The branches of her clay trees are not only ornamented with the usual leaves and flowers, but also singing birds, dancing dogs, and strolling guitarists may adorn the foliage.   The Forest Hills Branch Library, 5245 Ingram Road, is featuring the intricate ceramic artwork of Castillo, a recipient of the prestigious National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellowship, until March 15.  
Written by Texas Tribune on Nov 14 2016 - 12:14pm
  by Kiah Collier, The Texas Tribune Nov. 12, 2016    
Written by Adda Montalvo on Oct 31 2016 - 6:28pm
Colorida, dulce, tétrica, humorística...Todo esto y más pueden ser las celebraciones del Día de los Muertos en San Antonio y en diferentes comunidades mexicanas en todo el país. Para conocer un poco de donde viene  este culto a la muerte, La Casa de España, Trinity University y El Ateneo de San Antonio brindaron la conferencia "La Cultura de la Vida y la Muerte" el viernes 28 de octubre en Trinity University.
Written by BexarCounty on Apr 20 2016 - 2:10pm
With the recent World Heritage designation of the San Antonio Missions and the upcoming Tricentennial Celebration, Bexar County is hosting Nuestra Historia - Our History: Spain in Bexar County, an exhibit that tells the story of the 17th and 18th century Spanish colonial exploration and settlement of this area.
Written by esperanzacenter on Nov 13 2014 - 1:26pm
REPLAY the Video of the live webcast of our monthly Noche Azul concert as Azul pays honor to the brave souls of Ayotzinapa’s 43 student teachers who lost their lives while fighting for better conditions.
Written by Clayton Price on Sep 3 2014 - 5:04pm
REPLAY VIDEO: Join NOWCastSA 9:30 a.m. to noon on Friday, September 5 for the live webcast of the Rio Grande Equal Voice Network's panel discussion on the economic, social and environmental cost of militarizing our border with Mexico.
Written by Deborah Charnes on Aug 6 2012 - 3:22pm
Back when I was young, I remember pretty much the only time you were given a bag or paper wrapping when you bought something in Mexico was if you purchased feminine hygiene products. I used to kid that the wrapping around your purchase was a dead giveaway that it was that time of the month. When we went to the market, we brought our own sturdy reusable bags made out of either ixtli or plastic, and for smaller purchases, it wasn’t a problem to carry them in our hands until we got home.
Written by Heather DiMasi on Oct 21 2010 - 3:29pm
It's time to start getting ready for this year's Día de los Muertos celebrations.Observed on Nov. 2, Día De Los Muertos celebrates friends and family members who have died with festivals, altars, calaveras, visits to graves, food and music, as well as other harvest rituals from Central Mexican indigenous cultures.