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San Antonio Filmmaker Maria Galindo Shoots Life’s a Bitch! in Barcelona

San Antonio Filmmaker Maria Galindo Shoots Life’s a Bitch! in Barcelona

When punk-rock musician Maria Galindo made Barcelona her home in 2011, she never planned to shoot a film there. Galindo, who is originally from San Antonio, moved to Spain for a change of scenery and to do something different with herself, but said she woke up hungover one morning on her couch and realized she

‘Interconnectedness’ Celebrates Motherhood at Clamp Light Studios

A group exhibition celebrating the bond between mother and child will open Friday, February 10 at Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery. Titled Interconnectedness and curated by resident artist Jose Villalobos, the exhibition brings together 17 artists with the aim of telling “untold stories about our creators.” Villalobos is a recent graduate from the University

Wayne Holtz Jumps into the Spotlight

I’d met Wayne Holtz the photographer, shooting indie bands at Limelight and Hi-Tones. And I’d met Wayne Holtz the fashionista, kicking it with the vogue troupe House of Kenzo. But I’d never met Wayne Holtz the “pop star,” until he descended on Paper Tiger this summer, captivating an unsuspecting crowd with baritone crooning and a

Alan Cumming Reveals Himself with ‘Sappy Songs’

When Alan Cumming steps onto the stage at the Majestic Theatre this summer, he will need no introduction. With a career spanning nearly three decades, you may recognize the 51-year-old actor and singer from Hollywood blockbusters (X-Men 2, Spy Kids, GoldenEye) or perhaps as Eli Gold on the critically acclaimed CBS drama The Good Wife.

Deep in Vogue: House of Kenzo’s Multidisciplinary Movement

I meet House of Kenzo (HOK) on the University of the Incarnate Word Sky Bridge, a phobia-tweaking pedestrian catwalk over the zooming traffic on Highway 281. It’s a sunny afternoon, and House of Kenzo are mid-photo shoot. They are beautiful, self-assured, gender-flouting, working their rainbow fashion gear into wind-whipped battle flags visible for a half-mile.

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