Dr. Dudley Harris is presenting his pottery work at his annual studio open house at 219 Palo Grande from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on December 6 and 13.
Proceeds from the sales events will benefit TPR. Dudley's ceramic specialty is making bowls for the kitchen and table. These hand-crafted pieces are beautiful and affordable, and would make an ideal holiday gift.
"Turkey Confidential" is the annual live call-in show from "The Splendid Table" with Lynne Rossetto Kasper and is designed to bail you out of any last-minute kitchen emergencies and provide a backdrop as you and your family prepare for the big day.
"Turkey Confidential" airs Thanksgiving morning from 10 a.m.-noon on KSTX 89.1 FM and KTXI 90.1 FM.
Mention the word “Ebola” and it brings to mind images of quarantines, fever, and hazmat suits. But how much do we have to worry about a widespread outbreak of the deadly disease? And is there an even greater danger lurking that we’ve caused ourselves through overuse of antibiotics? They’re questions on the minds of many thinking folks, and we’ll get some answers from the experts this month as Texas Public Radio opens a new lunchtime lecture and panel series, “Think Science.”
People who live in San Antonio– native-born or not – love this city.
This love of place was demonstrated in May, when The Source aired a program, “Exploring Our City’s Hidden Gems,” featuring guest John Dyer, a professional photographer who produced the book “Hidden Treasures San Antonio.” The phones lit up, with many people wanting to share what they considered San Antonio’s hidden treasures, and many wanting to know where to buy the book. The disappointing news was that the book was out of print.
TPR listeners and members, you’re invited to a free screening of “The Theory of Everything” on Monday, November 10, at the Santikos Palladium, hosted by Focus Features. The movie starts at 7:30 p.m. Doors open early, and seating is limited to a first-come, first-served basis. You may claim your pass one of two ways.
TPR listeners, roll up your sleeves and join us as we work with the San Antonio River Authority to restore a section of the river into a quality natural riparian woodland ecosystem. We're calling this 3.4-acre stretch of natural area on the southeast corner of the Theo Avenue bridge the TPaRbor.
You may consider the San Antonio River one of the many treasures of our region.
At TPR, we certainly do, and have partnered with the San Antonio River Authority to help restore a 3.4 acre site along the river with native, wildlife-friendly and sustainable trees, grasses, wildflowers and shrubs. [See map below]