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“ALL IS CALM” AT THE ALAMO

We all know and sing “Silent Night” at Christmas time but there was one special night in history when the singing of the beloved carol was exceptionally meaningful to the people singing it. That happened on a cold night in Belgium when the German and Allied soldiers...

THREE EXHIBITS TO SEE NOW

With the performing arts taking center stage at this time of the year, people may forget that there is a great deal to see and enjoy at San Antonio galleries. Here are three outstanding examples. San Antonio Art League & Museum is currently presenting its 2018...

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS FESTS HONOR THE DEAD

“Imagine a moving altar of Muerto characters wearing vivid masks, large sugar calavera heads and flowers – but dancing down the street…” That’s how URBAN 15 is describing its famed dancing and drumming performers who will make up the Carnaval de los Muertos this...

A HALLOWEEN-READY PLAY

“If the Mummy, Vampire or Zombie Don’t Get You, the Giant Crocodile Will.” How’s that as an incentive to go see “Unhappy Campers,” the latest play penned and directed by playwright William M. Razavi at the Overtime Theater? And there are killers on the loose as well,...

SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR and “ONE FUNNY MOTHER

Two very different shows are coming to town this weekend and both are worth catching.  In the 15 years since its founding, the South African Soweto Gospel Choir has won many awards, toured the world and delighted audiences with their voices, exuberance and message. On...

ATAC GLOBE AWARDS CELEBRATE LIVE THEATER

The 28th Alamo Theater Arts Council’s Globe Awards show is scheduled to take place Sunday, Oct.21, at the Charlene McCombs Empire Theater downtown at 7 p.m. Dubbed “A San Antonio Theater Family Reunion” by the current ATAC board, the event recognizes achievement in...

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