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Cine en el Barrio: “Hands of God”

“Thursday Night at the Movies” continues at the Guadalupe with “Hands of God“ In Hands of God. Dr. Michael Vidal is in his first year of surgical residency and has just been named senior chief resident at his hospital.  After his father’s death, he slowly begins to lose touch with reality. As he begins to […]

Sobreviviente Gunaa Xoo Transforming Life

Sobreviviente Gunaa Xoo Transforming Life

by Victoria S. Garcia Sobreviviente – Survivor -1.  To remain alive or in existence.  2.  To carry on despite hardships or trauma; to persevere.  3.  To remain functional or usable. Sobreviviente: Gunaa Xoo Transforming Life is an exhibition of metaphoric new works, video, and installation by Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez.  Gunaa Xoo is…

Willie Nelson To Sing at John T. Floore Country Store

Willie Nelson To Sing at John T. Floore Country Store

Willie Nelson, at 78 years old is still bringing in the crowds.  He has received 10 Grammy Awards and is in the Country Music Hall of Fame.  This should bring you to Helotes November 15 to see Willie at John T. Floore Country Store to see and listen to his…

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis, a wonderful hilarious comedian began performing stand up comedy in the 1970s,  became popular in the 1980s with numerous appearances on David Letterman and his own television specials on HBO.  He has starred in the sitcom Anything But Love which ran for four seasons. He presently has a …

Chicken Caldo

Hope you try making my Chicken Caldo it’s GREAT !! Perfect for this time of year when its cold outside. I had a BLAST making this video .. Oh this video was made with my Webcam. How cool .. Fill big pot Half way with water add 6 to 8 Chicken Breast and 2 Garlic […]

Dìa de Los Muertos Altar for My Mother

By Bernessa Today is “Dìa de los Muertos”, a day when someone who is dear to you has passed, and you honor and remember that person with an altar.   This is a traditional celebration in Mexico and Latin America and one practiced by many here in San Antonio.  In the…

Dia De Los Muertos

Day of the Dead is a family holiday celebrated in Mexico and Latin America during the days of November 1 2. It’s believed that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all deceased children (angelitos) are allowed to reunite with their families…

How to Make Sugar Skulls for Day of the Dead

Día de los Muertos en Patzcuaro

Here is a wonderful video on Dia de Los Muertos in Patzcuaro by folk artist Jose Chavez. The traditions and activities that take place in celebration of the Day of the Dead are not universal and often vary from town to town. For example, in the town of Patzcuaro on…

Texas Tribune: Top Texas News for Oct. 28, 2011

By David Muto- Texas Tribune The Big Conversation: Fellow Republican candidates aren’t coming to Rick Perry’s defense over the possibility that he might skip future debates. But to some extent, they can sympathize. Perry representatives’ recent suggestions that the governor may miss upcoming showdowns to campaign in early-primary states have…

San Antonio Area Foundation Plans Move to Pearl

Added space in new building will allow Area Foundation to expand scope of support for charitable organizations at a time when nonprofits are feeling impact of federal and state budget cuts SAN ANTONIO (Oct. 25, 2011) – The San Antonio Area Foundation announces today it will move into a new…

How to Make Papel Picado Using Chisels

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3797kPhyy-k     This video by Folk Artist Jose Chavez will demonstrate the art of making papel picado or paper banners.…