Join Texas Public Radio for a community dialog about San Antonio’s drop out problem and search for innovative solutions.
TPR and Our Lady of the Lake University are hosting a screening of the PBS short documentaries "Skipping Up" and "I Really Want to Make It." The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on education and dropout rates hosted by TPR News Director and "The Source" Host David Martin Davies.
It's October again, and as Halloween approaches that means its time for the seventh annual AccessAbility Fest presented by Texas Public Radio and disABILITYsa.org.
AccessAbility Fest 2013 is on Sunday, October 27 at El Mercado, Market Square, goes from noon-5 p.m. and is free and open to the public. A variety of free, accessible parking will also be available -- look under the "What's Happening" tab on the main website.
TPR brings together two of our most popular community events on Tuesday, November 5th---Cinema Tuesdays and Views & Brews. Join us as we present a screening of Wes Anderson’s “Rushmore” followed by a roundtable discussion moderated by TPR's Nathan Cone, featuring special guests Matt Zoller Seitz and Aaron Aradillas, snacks from Beto's on Broadway, and of course great beer provided by Alamo Beer Company!
The attendees came for many reasons: Some are dedicated urban gardeners, some came prepared to learn to build their own rain barrels, and some, like Georgie McCandless, were just curious.
"I heard about it on the radio, and it sounded interesting," Georgie said, before admitting that she's a TPR listener who has not yet made the transition to member. "When I found out that TPR members got in for free, well, let's say I'm seriously considering joining."
Texas Public Radio this month was honored with seven Lone Star Awards for broadcast and online journalism. The Lone Star Awards is a statewide competition that recognizes outstanding achievements in journalism and mass communication, and is organized by the Houston Press Club.
On Saturday, August 10, TPR members and Pet members attended TPR Presents: Petstravaganza at Los Patios, one of San Antonio's flagship pet-friendly venues.
TPR honored the first official TPR Pet members with access to an exclusive VIP (Very Important Pet) area, which included goodie bags full of treats and coupons and special snacks provided by Katie's Jar.
The San Antonio Symphony returns to the airwaves this Saturday night at 7:00 on KPAC 88.3 FM and KTXI 90.1 FM in the Hill Country. Actor (and music lover) Ricardo Chavira will once again host this year’s broadcasts. Each week, the “San Antonio Symphony on KPAC” showcases the very best of the Symphony’s concert season and provides classical music lovers the opportunity to relive the world-class performances or experience them for the first time.
Adult education sessions include beekeeping, rainwater harvesting, urban gardening, and outdoor grilling. The expo will feature displays by businesses and organizations dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and self-sufficiency. Lunch will be available for purchase.