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Fronteras Extra: 'I Almost Became A Ghost In The Background'

6/22/2018
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Twelve San Antonio LGBTQI+ artists weave their identities, narratives, and history into the exhibit “‘ We Are ,” which is on display at San Antonio’s Culture Commons Gallery through July 13.

Duration:00:01:41

Your Weekend Is Here: Flamenco In The Park, 'Miss Major' & Spanish Art

6/22/2018
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From flamenco to a documentary to a new Spanish art exhibit, there are a lot of events going on this weekend.

Duration:00:01:39

The Time Enders Capture The Spirit Of A Timless Era

6/21/2018
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The Time Enders’ performance is so impressively dead-on to folk music produced in the ‘50s and ‘60s that you might wonder where they parked the time machine. Channeling the lyrical simplicity of cowboy songs and the mellower side of life, Nicholas Spyker and Orlando Gonzales create a timeless sound. Their set captured a moment in the early ‘60s where songs radiated an ethereal beauty and blossomed into the flower-power movement. Although The Time Enders is a relatively new project (the duo...

Duration:00:02:23

William Shatner To Look Back On 'Wrath Of Khan,' Live On Stage

6/18/2018
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I picked up the phone, and could practically hear the outstretched hand through the receiver. “Nathan, good morning…! Bill Shatner.” And there he is, larger than life, even on the phone. Denny Crane, T.J. Hooker, the Priceline.com Negotiator, Captain Kirk, and perhaps the best character of them all, William Shatner . Shatner’s career has spanned six decades, earning him a Golden Globe, and a pair each of Emmys, Saturn Awards, and even the (gasp!) Golden Raspberry. He’s co-authored over two...

Duration:00:04:36

Striking A 50/50 Deal With The Universe, Voodoo Boogaloo Works To Meet Fate Halfway

6/15/2018
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Some plane rides seem like they will never end. Especially if the plane ride simultaneously marks the end of one life chapter and the uncertain start of another. On his long plane ride from Las Vegas back to Texas in 2014, Logan Woodyard spent the entirety of his flight trying to figure out what he was going to do, musically, for the next year of his life. Armed with a vague idea of what he wanted, the first thing Logan did ­­once his plane landed was find Stephanie Cardona – his decision...

Duration:00:31:00

San Antonio's Navaira Brothers: The Beat Goes On

6/15/2018
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A band from San Antonio is having international success. At the core of the group is a pair of brothers, carrying on the family business: Diego and Emilio Navaira.

Duration:00:04:54

What Is The 'Racial Imagination' Of Rock 'N' Roll?

6/12/2018
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Since when did rock 'n' roll become "white"?

Duration:00:48:59

An 'Authorized' Look Into The Life Of Rock 'N' Icon Roy Orbison

6/11/2018
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A Texan born and raised, singer-songwriter Roy Orbison got his start in a rockabilly band in high school.

Duration:00:49:00

Your Weekend Is Here: The Last Bandoleros, Folklife & Symphony Closes Out Season

6/8/2018
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Live music and culture dominate the coming weekend.

Duration:00:01:39

Morgan: Conjunto Rockers Taking It To The Streets

6/1/2018
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San Antonio is a crossroads of many things, perhaps nowhere more than in the world of music. And there’s one San Antonian who stands at the odd crossroads in the world of punk and conjunto music.

Duration:00:04:55

Slab Cinema's Wes Anderson Film Festival Starts Friday

5/30/2018
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A new film festival will celebrate and highlight the work of one of the state's most ambitious filmmakers. Slab Cinema will show the works of Wes Anderson, the Texas-based director from Houston.

Duration:00:01:36

Your Weekend's Here: Patriotic Pops, Salsa Fest & Cave Concert

5/25/2018
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From a Patriotic Pops performance, to a cave concert, to the Texas Salsa Festival, the holiday weekend holds the promise of plenty of fun here in South Texas.

Duration:00:01:47

Treue Der Union Monument Represents An Incredible Cost For Comfort

5/24/2018
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Just up Interstate 10, about 50 miles northwest of San Antonio, stands a monument in a small town that's unlike any monument in Texas.

Duration:00:05:09

Mystery Behind San Antonio's Miraflores Park Uncovered

5/18/2018
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Updated 2:47 p.m. You may have seen it while driving on Hildebrand, approaching Broadway, there’s a massive, tiled gate. Inside are curious sculptures and benches. It’s called Miraflores, and its past is fascinating. Now it appears its future will be, too.

Duration:00:05:17

Max And Josh Baca Share What Makes That Texmaniac Sound

5/16/2018
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Twenty years ago, Max Baca built upon his experience playing traditional conjunto music and the rock 'n' roll crossover sound of the Texas Tornados, and formed Los Texmaniacs , a conjunto group equally at home playing rock, schottisches, cumbias, and ballads. Baca, a master of the bajo sexton, plays in the group with Noel Hernández (bass), Lorenzo Martinez (drums), and Baca’s nephew Josh on accordion. Their new album, " Cruzando Borders ," is a timely collection of stories from both sides...

Duration:00:42:55

Music, Art And More Music: Your Weekend's Here

5/11/2018
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Music, art and even more music — the weekend’s here. First off, head downtown for a music and dance event that Mike De La Garza says has been popular for more than 60 years at the historic Arneson Theater: Fiesta Noche Del Rio. “You will hear music and experience dance and costumery from various parts of the world, including Mexico, Argentina, Spain and Texas,” De La Garza said. As always with the Arneson, the stage is on the other side of the river, creating unanticipated fun for...

Duration:00:01:31

Fronteras Extra: Learning To Love Mariachi Music

5/11/2018
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Gino Rivera, director of Mariachi Azteca de America , and Debra Torres, director of the all-female Mariachi Flor de Jalisco , both live and work in San Antonio. Torres says her love of mariachi music didn’t come right away. She knew she wanted to play classical violin, and her violin teacher encouraged her to join a mariachi group in San Antonio.

Duration:00:03:21

David Amram Meets Bongo Joe

5/10/2018
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When HemisFair '68 opened its gates on April 6, 1968, scores of dignitaries, world leaders, and A-list entertainers passed through San Antonio over the next six months. Not all were invited as performers. Percussionist George Coleman came, not as a participant in the fair, but as a street performer, a busker. He was interesting, an entertainer, and eventually a downtown fixture who came to be known by the nickname, Bongo Joe . Arriving as an accredited participant was the composer/musician...

Duration:00:03:59

San Pedro Creek Culture Park Opens Saturday

5/4/2018
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Phase 1 of San Antonio's newest re-imagining of its waterways opens Saturday after three years of construction.

Duration:00:01:33

Fronteras Extra: 'A Tejano Knight' — Tale Of Juan Seguin

5/4/2018
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Bill Neeley is an Oklahoma-based author whose latest book is “ A Tejano Knight: The Quest of Don Juan Seguín .” He is working on a screenplay about the Tejano war hero of the Texas Revolution.

Duration:00:02:10