“Imagine a place in San Antonio where waste inspires creativity…because it isn’t waste ’til we waste it,” reiterates Mary Elizabeth Cantú, Founder and Director of Spare Parts. As an organization whose mission includes–cultural and environmental sustainability; affordability and accessibility
On Saturday, July 9, representatives of the Leon Springs Trail Foundation hosted a social event at The Point Park and Eats to raise awareness about their work. The occasion was “Certified Awesome” and endorsed by SA 2020.
We hear about a lot of terrific events and programs happening in San Antonio and Bexar County, and we want to make sure everyone else knows about them, too! These events are certified awesome by SA2020, meaning they produce outcomes that impact
The Playhouse San Antonio recently announced their 2016-2017 Season for their two theatre spaces, which includes both large-scale musicals as well as newer and classic works.
The Russell Hill Rogers Theatre, The Playhouse’s ‘main stage’ space, will begin with
For the 5th year running, teenagers from all over the city united at Brandeis High School on Saturday, Feb. 27, to meet their favorite authors at Northside ISD’s author festival, LibraryPalooza: That Author Thing! LibraryPalooza began as a way
Woodlawn Theatre presents Rock of Ages, an insanely funny, rock and roll fairy tale of 80s classic rock and big dreams. Patrons can enjoy the live stage rocking musical through March 6th, every Friday and Saturday at 7:30
On February 13, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures will host the 29th annual Asian Festival, offering guests an opportunity to immerse themselves in an environment where cultural practices are all around them.