TPR Events & Initiatives

At a glance:

Live at Jazz, TX Radio Taping | The Aaron Prado Sextet on Wednesday, November 15th at 8:30pm

Think Science: Sleep on Friday, November 17th at Noon

TPR Media Sponsorship: TEDxSA Now is the Time on Saturday, November 18th from 10a-5p

TPR Cinema: "The Philadelphia Story" on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30pm

 

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The San Antonio City Council has formally authorized an agreement among the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, the Alameda Theater Conservancy, and Texas Public Radio to renovate the historic Alameda Theater in downtown San Antonio.

The partners created the Alameda Theater Conservancy in May 2017 to operate and program the Alameda Theater. The initial board includes representatives from the City, County, TPR, and La Familia Cortez.

Think Science: Humor

Aug 18, 2017

What makes you laugh? And why is it funny? Do you guffaw when Moe hits Curly over the head with a wrench, or is the witty, urbane comedy of Woody Allen or Whit Stillman more your style? And is there anything universally funny?

Attend A Live Taping Of 'Live At Jazz, TX'

Jul 24, 2017
Hilmy

Jazz, TX and Texas Public Radio are thrilled to announce our first full season of "Live at Jazz, TX," a Saturday night radio broadcast that will air on TPR stations beginning Saturday, September 16. "Live at Jazz, TX" will begin live-taping a full season of sixteen episodes on July 26, 2017. The show will feature Jazz, TX owner Doc Watkins along with special guests and will include an interview segment, audience Q&A, and plenty of music.

TPR Family Event, 'When I Grow Up'

Jun 30, 2017

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question full of possibility, hope, and wonder. It was also the inspiration for this summer’s TPR family event, When I Grow Up, featuring a host of mentors sharing their stories, tools, and experience with children and young teens at the San Antonio Garden Center on Saturday, August 12, 2017.

Think Health Science: Summertime Health Hazards

Jun 15, 2017
Nathan Cone / TPR

With summer comes plans for lazy days, vacations at home or abroad, and spending time in the great outdoors. But summer livin’ is also fraught with unique health hazards ranging from mosquito-borne illnesses to sun exposure to contaminated food to all manner of physical injuries due to increased outdoor activities. A single sunburn can increase the risks of developing skin cancer, and five or more sunburns in your life can double the risk of melanoma, the deadliest skin cancer.

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