In this episode, John and Kevin geek out a bit about podcasting. Among related subjects, they talk about John's background in podcasting, his desire to bring Texas podcasters together, and his plans for the Texas Podcasters Association. John is passionate about sharing stories and doing so in ways that engage audiences and support communities. Listen and join the conversation by sharing your comments and questions.
Meredith talks with Kevin and Melissa about the Briscoe's temporary Summer 2019 exhibition, Into A New West: Contemporary Art from the Booth Museum. Kevin and Melissa also talk with Meredith about the origins of the Briscoe Museum, its permanent collections and its role in preserving and educating visitors about the history of San Antonio and beyond.
In this episode, Kevin talks with Harrison about the history of San Antonio Beer Week, participating breweries and restaurants, and events on tap for 2019. They also discuss what makes a beer a "craft beer." Listen and share this episode with your friends. Cheers!
Let's go to the movies! In this episode, we talk with Adam Rocha about the origins of the San Antonio Film Festival, its history and highlights, as well as what we can expect this year's events that run from July 30 - August 4, 2019.
In this episode, Kevin talks with Tony Villarreal about the BBR Festival, its origins, and its growth, and its future. They also discuss the reason for the move to the Festival's new location at The Greenline in Brooks, as well as what attendees can expect by way of food, music, and more. It's a fun interview with a few surprises.
Kevin talks with Andrew about the origins of Southside Bottling Works, the inspiration behind TexaCola, and what makes the Southside culturally unique and one of the fastest-growing areas of San Antonio.