San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

When the pandemic shut down movie theaters and made streaming movies at home an enjoyable option for many, it was fair to wonder if the landscape of watching movies had changed forever. But in the past six months, the box office returns a number of films – most notably Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor … Read more

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

When the pandemic shut down movie theaters and made streaming movies at home an enjoyable option for many, it was fair to wonder if the landscape of watching movies had changed forever. But in the past six months, the box office returns a number of films – most notably Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor … Read more

Los Angeles City Council approves settlement of homelessness lawsuit, to develop up to 16,000 beds, housing units

Los Angeles City Council approves settlement of homelessness lawsuit, to develop up to 16,000 beds, housing units

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles City Council approved a settlement with the LA Alliance for Human Rights Wednesday in which the city will spend up to $3 billion over the next five years to develop as many as 16,000 beds or housing units for the homeless, enough to accommodate 60% of the homeless … Read more

8 San Antonio art exhibits to entice, educate, and energize this month

8 San Antonio art exhibits to entice, educate, and energize this month

Cowboys and witches and whimsical 18th-century aristocracy – these are just a few of the topics explored this month at galleries and museums across San Antonio. The Briscoe treats viewers to the Cowboy Artists of America, Ruby City gives us a meditative multi-screen installation honoring an African American explorer, and Blue Star Contemporary celebrates two … Read more