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SA’s International Latina Feminist Zine ‘St. Sucia’ Celebrates Final Issue

SA’s International Latina Feminist Zine ‘St. Sucia’ Celebrates Final Issue

St. Sucia, the international Latina feminist zine that originated in San Antonio in 2014, will be celebrating the publication of its 14th and final issue on January 5 at Hitones. During the last four years, St. Sucia’s art director Isabel Ann Castro and editor Natasha Hernandez have distinguished themselves by creating a widely-praised publication with

Jade Esteban Estrada Premiers New One-Man Show ‘A Sign from the Taco Gods’

Jade Esteban Estrada Premiers New One-Man Show ‘A Sign from the Taco Gods’

San Antonio actor, playwright, director and choreographer Jade Esteban Estrada premiers a new, autobiographical, one-man show that highlights his childhood, his family, and a career that has taken him around the world. The production, titled A Sign from the Taco Gods, is being presented by the Overtime Theater and the TacoTown Theatre Company from December

LGBT Holiday Events Make San Antonio’s Season Brighter

LGBT Holiday Events Make San Antonio’s Season Brighter

There is no shortage of holiday cheer in San Antonio’s LGBT community with fundraisers, mixers and seasonal concerts. If you’re looking to hit the town to celebrate, the following list offers a bit something for everyone. December 8 – Concert: Once Upon a December The Pride San Antonio Showband presents its final concert of the

Curious Twins Paranormal Event is a Mashup of Christmas, Krampus and Fideo

Curious Twins Paranormal Event is a Mashup of Christmas, Krampus and Fideo

Fred Garza-Guzman and his husband, Stephen Garza-Guzman, co-owners of Curious Twins Paranormal, are planning an event that will combine the trappings of Christmas, the legend of the evil Krampus, a holiday market and a fideo cook-off thrown in for good measure. As a paranormal investigative and tour company, Curios Twins’ Fideo Cook-Off and Merry Krampus

AVER Invites LGBT Veterans to Dinner and Discussion in San Antonio

AVER Invites LGBT Veterans to Dinner and Discussion in San Antonio

The Lone Star Chapter of the American Veterans for Equal Rights (AVER) is welcoming LGBT veterans to an evening of dinner, discussion and camaraderie on November 30 at Woodlawn Pointe. AVER is the oldest and largest LGBT Veteran’s Service Organization in the U.S. and has scores chapters across the country. The Lone Star chapter is

Musical Spoof ‘Gladiators in Love’ on Stage at the Overtime Theater

Musical Spoof ‘Gladiators in Love’ on Stage at the Overtime Theater

A semi-staged reading of a musical parody that spoofs movies like Spartacus, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and Brokeback Mountain, among others, will take the stage of the Overtime Gregg Barrios Theater on November 30 and December 1. The show, dubbed Gladiators in Love, features characters based on Greek deities, Roman courtesans, Daisy Duke,

Erotic Poetry Slam Set to Bring Awareness to World AIDS Day in San Antonio

Erotic Poetry Slam Set to Bring Awareness to World AIDS Day in San Antonio

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. To celebrate World AIDS Day, Unify San Antonio is bringing sexy back at their inaugural Erotic Poetry Slam on November 30 at Hustler Hollywood. Participants may bring their own original piece, read other people’s published works, or even read instructions on how to build a chair as long

Esperanza’s Mercado de Paz Marks 29th Year as a Holiday Shopping Tradition

Esperanza’s Mercado de Paz Marks 29th Year as a Holiday Shopping Tradition

Shoppers looking for an alternative to the Black Friday mobs at malls and shopping centers will find a unique selection of gifts at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center’s 29th International Peace Market or Mercado de Paz, held annually during Thanksgiving weekend. This year’s market will open on Friday, November 23 and continue through Sunday,

Esperanza Center to Screen Documentary About Trans Filipina Murdered by American G.I.

Esperanza Center to Screen Documentary About Trans Filipina Murdered by American G.I.

The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, the San Antonio Gender Association, and the Transgender Education Network of Texas will host the screening on November 18 of a documentary that tells the story of a transgender Filipina who was murdered in 2014 by a U.S. Marine who was on leave in the Philippines. The film, Call

Iconic Singing-Songwriting Duo Indigo Girls to Play San Antonio in 2019

Iconic Singing-Songwriting Duo Indigo Girls to Play San Antonio in 2019

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. Twenty years after they began releasing records as the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have politely declined the opportunity to slow down with age. With a legacy of releases and countless U.S. and international tours behind them, the Indigo Girls make their way to San Antonio

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