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The Perfect Little Black Dress

The Perfect Little Black Dress

With the bubbling fashion industry in San Antonio continuing to grow it is celebrated with the 2nd Annual San Antonio Fashion Week. Amongst the star studded events is an amazing opportunity for up and coming local designers! The Little Black Dress Society is offering a great contest to designers to…

Alejandro Fernandez: “El Niño del Tambor”

“Dulce Jesus Mio”

This sweet Christmas song is typical in Latin American countries. This truly represents the Christmas spirit.

“XXI” Exhibit Chronicles Journey of 16-foot by 6-foot Silk Cloth

While driving to her native Piedras Negras in April 2010 to prepare for an upcoming show, the stark contrast between the generally pleasant surroundings of the United States and the bleak Third World atmosphere of Mexico were never more apparent as the artist crossed the bridge into the border town…

Rodney Garza presents Chicano Culture

Actor Rodney Garza was born in Mexico and raised in the U.S., and he was always on both sides of the borders. Garza wants to keep the Chicano culture alive through his Poetry and Play, “El Chuco Loves La Che.” This play is designed for anyone to watch, but if you were raised in a […]

Latina authors help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, The Society of Latino and Hispanic Writers of San Antonio sponsored the second annual Hispanic Heritage Book Fair at the Barnes and Noble located on San Pedro Crossing shopping center this past Saturday, October 1. Seven Latina authors took turn at the podium sharing…

“Relax”

Relax music by Frankie Goes to Hollywood .. ah the gold old days .. Brings back so many wonderful memories of the 80′s. I thought I would use some of my videos that I have made and this is what I came up with .. Hope you enjoy . Please…

Westside Murals, Local Artist Makes a Difference

FUEL, The Film, Director Josh Tickell Interview

Fuel’s Director Josh Tickell Screening was held at The Inn On The Riverwalk where Joshs mom hosted the showing. Josh talks about his film. Fuel opened Nation Wide February 2009. After Josh had Flown in I thought I would let him say what was on his mind. Produced by The…

"A Line in the Sand" Performance

The Performance, “A Line in the Sand” highlights different stories that occurred on the US and Mexico Borders. The play was performed at Our Lady of the Lake University and consisted of students and facility members. Two years ago this play was performed, and it had a major impact on the audience. Since the immigration […]

Main Plaza “tree lighting”; 2010

Santa Arrives in a truck in true Texas style to attend the ceremony of “Mariposas de las Campanas” Christmas tree lighting @MainPlaza. This beautiful 25 ft. tree was decorated by local Artist David Zamora Casas @GijaRamo http://www.artco.org/sa/casas/index.html  

Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza TV Special to air Christmas Day

Relive the magic of San Antonio’s 16th Annual Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza with a TV special airing on Christmas Day. The 30-minute “Mariachi Vargas” television special captures performances from the best of the very best in the world of mariachi. The special was shot live during the Mariachi Vargas concert held…

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