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Full slate of events mark celebration of Pride Month in San Antonio

Full slate of events mark celebration of Pride Month in San Antonio

Community members and businesses across the city are offering events and fundraisers for San Antonio’s LGBTQ+ community, including new ones and old favorites. Whether you’re hoping for a night out on the town or looking to celebrate from the comfort of your own home, there’s something for you. “de los otros” Acclaimed San Antonio artist

Lance Bass of *NYSNC to headline local area concert with LFO, O-Town and Ryan Cabrera

Lance Bass of *NYSNC to headline local area concert with LFO, O-Town and Ryan Cabrera

If the names LFO and O-Town ring a bell, it’s time for a retinol cream and some special attention to this music news. The Pop 2000 Tour featuring *NSYNC member Lance Bass, boy bands LFO and O-Town and acoustic musician Ryan Cabrera is headed to San Antonio-area water sports venue Texas Ski Ranch this fall.

Vandal smashes Artpace window, affecting exhibition by gay San Antonio artist José Villalobos

Vandal smashes Artpace window, affecting exhibition by gay San Antonio artist José Villalobos

In an apparent act of vandalism, someone earlier this week shattered a window at downtown contemporary art complex Artpace. According to artist José Villalobos, the vandal hurled a brick through one of the Main Avenue windows facing his exhibition “De Los Otros.” Artpace positioned the installation by the windows so passersby could view it from

Renowned San Antonio actor, director and teacher Greg Hinojosa has died

Renowned San Antonio actor, director and teacher Greg Hinojosa has died

Greg Hinojosa, well-known San Antonio actor, director, theatrical producer and teacher, died on April 8 at the age of 57. Hinojosa was a graduate of Holmes High School in San Antonio and attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University where he majored in theatre and speech. He is survived by Daniel Acosta, his husband of 23 years.

Christmas trees by artist affectionately known as Tia Chuck on display at Ruby City

Christmas trees by artist affectionately known as Tia Chuck on display at Ruby City

Just in time for the holiday season, the Linda Pace Foundation’s Ruby City Gallery is featuring an exhibit of Christmas trees created by San Antonio artist Chuck Ramirez, known affectionately as Tia Chuck. According to a Ruby City press release, “Commissioned by Linda Pace, these freestanding trees feature everyday items and oddities, from spoons and

RuPaul’s Drag Race bringing a drive-in show to Ingram Park Mall in December

RuPaul’s Drag Race bringing a drive-in show to Ingram Park Mall in December

San Antonians can celebrate the holiday season with the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race at a pop-up drive-in event at Ingram Park Mall next month. Held on the weekend of December 15-16, Drive ‘N Drag Saves Christmas follows Bianca Del Rio, the 2014 winner of Drag Race, as she sets out to destroy the beloved

Trans Latina actress Zoey Luna casts spooky spells in ‘The Craft: Legacy’

Trans Latina actress Zoey Luna casts spooky spells in ‘The Craft: Legacy’

Twenty-four years after the original supernatural teen flick The Craft hit theaters and inspired “weirdo” girls everywhere to try levitating pencils in class, a new generation of witchy young women are stepping up to show off their sorcery skills in The Craft: Legacy. The sequel follows four new witches who come together to experiment with

Public Theater Launches Virtual Season with Rick Sanchez in One-Man Show ‘Buyer and Cellar’

Public Theater Launches Virtual Season with Rick Sanchez in One-Man Show ‘Buyer and Cellar’

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. The Public Theater of San Antonio is starting its 2020-2021 season on a lighthearted note with Jonathan Tollins’ one-man comedy Buyer and Cellar. It is the first in a COVID-safe lineup of one-person plays the theatre will produce for live virtual viewing. The comedy follows a struggling LA

LGBTQ Community Organizations Participating in the ‘Big Give’

LGBTQ Community Organizations Participating in the ‘Big Give’

Six organizations with links to San Antonio’s LGBTQ community are participating in the Big Give, a 24-hour day of online fundraising during which over 600 nonprofits from throughout South Central Texas make an appeal to potential donors. Since 2014, 150,000 donors have given nearly $15 million dollars to over 2,000 nonprofits via the Big Give,

Emmy-Winning Gay Actor and Filmmaker Ash Christian, from Paris, Texas, Dies at 35

Emmy-Winning Gay Actor and Filmmaker Ash Christian, from Paris, Texas, Dies at 35

Paris, Texas-born actor, producer, and filmmaker, Ash Christian, died in his sleep on August 13 during a vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Christian began creating short films at the age of 14. Within two years, he moved to Los Angeles where he founded Cranium Entertainment. At the time of his death, he had worked on

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