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Halloween Happenings in the Alamo City

As All Hallow’s Eve draws near in San Antonio, there is certainly no shortage of exciting events to scare and delight trick-or-treaters of all ages. It would be nearly impossible to list everything that the Alamo City has to offer this season, but we’ve composed a list of CO LAB Magazine staff favorites for our […]

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ART, EVENTS

Lone Star Horror Showcase Brings Screams to the Big Screen

Allow me to fangirl here for just a bit. From an inappropriately early age, I’ve been obsessed with all things horror – novels, short stories, movies, television shows. When I learned that I would have the opportunity to interview some of San Antonio’s young horror filmmakers who are introducing their films at the Lone Star […]

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ART, EVENTS

Photos of You: Chalk It Up 2017 Gallery

This years’ Chalk It Up didn’t fail to live up to its reputation as a singular spectacle. Both residents and tourists alike turned out in the thousands to see, puzzle over, and participate in the interactive community art event that takes over Houston Street each year. That the fine Saturday was neither marred by precarious precipitation […]

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EVENTS

Trigger Warning: PUROSLAM

Trigger Warning: PUROSLAM (ˈpo͝orō-slam’) Entering the dimly lit basement of The Korova, one might draw a feeling that they have stumbled upon an underground club of sorts. The  crowd is tense, and the tenseness is punctuated with poets and critics alike warming themselves up mentally and physically for the sport that lies ahead. The sport […]

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EVENTS

Announcing the CO LAB 2017 Chalk It Up Team

Photo courtesy ArtPace. Photo credit: Francisco Cortes. Chalk It Up, the annual ArtPace event that invites San Antonio to freely express their creativity upon the cobbles and sidewalks of downtown Houston Street, is just around the corner. As part of our new partnership, ArtPace and the Linda Pace Foundation has gifted CO LAB Magazine with […]

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ART

Art Takes Flight with ‘LIFT’ at Artpace

Beyond the Gallery Walls: Art Takes Flight with ‘LIFT’ at Artpace Do you remember the last time you flew a kite? Artpace’s latest exhibit, titled “LIFT: An Exhibition of Kites,” will bring those memories soaring back. Kite-flying is a favorite past time for people in all walks of life, in every corner of the world. […]

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CULTURE, EVENTS, San Antonio Life

Numbers Roll In from SA Hurricane Support

Though San Antonio weathered the Category 4 Hurricane Harvey with minimal damage, local charities and nonprofits stepped in to provide aid and provisions to those affected. They reached out to citizens in surrounding areas to donate what they could, and the community of San Antonio stepped up to the challenge. The creative community stepped up […]

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ART, EVENTS

New Streets and New Opportunities at Chalk It Up

or its 14th year, Chalk It Up is poised to take over San Antonio social media with coverage of our friends and neighbors wandering the brightly colored streets and sidewalks. Every fall since 2004, the free community event sends adults and children alike flocking to the downtown area to both witness and participate in vivid […]

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ART

Antinous: The Emperor’s Beloved

Art, science, history, mythology, mystery, and romance: San Antonio Museum of Art’s exhibit showcasing a sculpted portrait of Antinous, the lover of Roman Emperor Hadrian, has it all. This seemingly simple display of classic Roman portraits and artifacts is not your everyday classical art presentation. The installation is the first to be showcased in SAMA’s […]

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ART, Photography

SAMA to Acquire Latino List Gallery

The San Antonio Museum of Art announced today in a press release that it will be soon receiving 31 portraits from The Latino List, a body of work from nationally recognized photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. The gallery is scheduled to be the museum’s fall special exhibition. Executed in 2011–2012, the series captures both celebrated and accomplished Latin-Americans in […]

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