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Fea Announces New Guitarist and Tour

Hometown Chicana-Punk group Fea has found its new guitarist. Local musician Bobby Rivas will be joining in time for a summer tour with Agent Orange and a new album recording later this year. The band also confirmed the return of singer Letty Martinez, which is welcome news for both fans and the band’s future. “I’ve always […]

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ART, CULTURE

Deadline for ACTLab Proposals Closes Friday

An open call for proposals is ending soon for a forthcoming local conference on the melding of art, culture, and technology at the Institute of Texan Cultures downtown. The 2018 ACTLab New Media Conference, Culture, Art, and Technology in the 22nd Century, is the second such event organized by the Convergent Media Collective, a group of San […]

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ART, EVENTS

Local Showcase Brings Awareness to Black Art in Dignowity

Local DJ and artist Jevonchi is doing something very special this Saturday, and from all that is evidenced in his endeavors leading up to it, something that is very dear to his heart. Everything about InTune suggests it holds the intimacy of community bonds as its core value, and the love that Jevonchi is putting […]

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ART, EVENTS

Nothing to Do in San Antonio: Weekend of Dec. 15—17

You might have heard this old adage before, especially from fans of our hip and happening neighbors to the north. It’s our opinion that if you really think there’s nothing to do in San Antonio – you don’t get out enough. CO LAB Magazine is here to help with a few highlights. Friday, December 15 […]

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ART, CULTURE, Literary Arts

A New Home Rises for the Sun Poets

Tucked away on the second floor of Demo’s, the landmark Greek restaurant on the St. Mary’s Strip, voices echo overhead. It’s Tuesday night, and the Sun Poet’s Society has gathered for its weekly poetry reading. The assembled participants take turns reading in a ‘round robin’ style, each reading original works, as well as selected pieces […]

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EVENTS

Nothing to Do in San Antonio: Weekend of Nov. 16 – Nov. 19

You might have heard this old adage before, specifically from people who are fans of our hip and happening neighbors to the north. It’s our opinion that if you think there’s nothing to do in San Antonio – you don’t get out enough. We’re here to help. Visual Arts Art in the Garden at Botanical […]

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CULTURE, San Antonio Stories

Stories of San Antonio: “My Kind”

Editor’s note: Stories of San Antonio is a showcase for stories that highlight the voices, faces, and experiences that define our city. This story was submitted by Tyler James Bruns, a part-time travel writer, who wrote about this poignant experience on the Riverwalk after a recent visit. Homelessness continues to be a prominent issue in […]

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EVENTS

Nothing to do in San Antonio: Weekend of Nov. 9 – Nov. 12

You might have heard this old adage before, specifically from people who are fans of our hip and happening neighbors to the north. It’s our opinion that if you think there’s nothing to do in San Antonio – you don’t get out enough. We’re here to help. Live Music Music to enlighten, entertain, and engage […]

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ART, CULTURE, EVENTS

What’s Happening: Week of the Dead

Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is an integral and important part of the rich historic culture here in San Antonio. With much of our community’s population with Mexican- and Indigenous-American roots, the city’s various annual celebrations provide an opportunity for San Antonians to express their regards for loved ones who have […]

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ART, EVENTS

NESA Alumnae Creative Collection: Híjole SA

It’s no secret that San Antonio is brimming with home-grown talent. The students and alumnae from NESA (NEISD Northeast School of the Arts) are no exception. For years, students have had the opportunity to showcase their work at Studio 205 in the Upstairs Studios at Blue Star Arts Complex. Alumnae from the school have recently […]

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