Arts & Culture

Arts and culture news, criticism, and programming from TPR/NPR.

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San Antonio was recently listed as one of the best "big cities" to live and work in by the industry publication MovieMaker Magazine

Successful film projects cultivate tourism and tell a community's story.

Do210.com

Youth Orchestras of San Antonio's classic albums live program continues Monday. Next in its sights: the Eagles' “Hotel California.”


Kino Lorber

“Maigret and the St. Fiacre Case” is the second film pairing director Jean Delannoy with actor Jean Gabin, adapting the mystery novels of George Simenon. Released roughly a year after “Maigret Sets a Trap,” the movie acts as a stand-alone episode rather than a sequel, and is just one of many adaptations of a character that has not enjoyed the same popularity in the U.S. as in Europe.  

Mark Willenborg

A new exhibit pulls back the curtain on a well-known Texan’s artistic career, and his wanderings as a young performer.

 


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From an art exhibition to an artful drama to comedy done without a word, your weekend is here.

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