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Make a date with KPAC and KTXI for the next eight Sunday afternoons for The Art of American Popular Song, the reprise of a series produced over a decade ago for KPAC by co-writers and hosts Kathy Couser and James Baker. Each week the program will focus on one of the most important of the songwriters who produced, over a span of 50 years, what is affectionately known as The Great American Songbook.

John Kuster

An unseasonably warm winter is impacting peach crops in the Hill Country.  Some growers say a low crop yield is bad for other businesses.

 

Jamey Vogel is the owner of Vogel Orchard between Fredericksburg and Stonewall. He’s also the president of the Hill Country Fruit Council. Vogel says peaches in the early part of the season won’t be affected by the warm winter, but the freestone peaches that grow later in the summer will.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

With Fiesta festivities now in full swing thousands of people across San Antonio are expected to attend dozens of events this weekend. Events that are part of the eleven day celebration also dubbed the Party with a Purpose all benefit non-profits. At Market Square during Fiesta De los Reyes, native San Antonian Michelle Rodriguez told us she feels like Fiesta is a time when San Antonio’s cultural identity is at its peak.

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Early voting for San Antonio's municipal elections starts Monday, April 24.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor believes she's accomplished a lot in her first term as mayor.  She's the front runner in her race for reelection, but facing strong opposition from two opponents.  Today, we continue our conversations with the leading mayoral candidates by sitting down with Ivy Taylor.  We met at the San Antonio Botanical Garden.

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