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There's no water, but there's lots of fun in this class where children learn about Texas fishing regulations and the fish they might catch in this area. They practice basic knot tying, baiting a hook, and casting techniques without water. This class is recommended for younger children who have not gone fishing before or who want to safely develop basic fishing skills. Meet at the basketball courts. This class is part of the summer Wildlife Wednesday series for students 5 to 10 years old. Class size is limited. Call 210-207-3280 or email Susan.Campbell@sanantonio.gov to register.
David Beck headlines for one night only. The truth is one reoccurring theme in David’s comedy. He chooses not to make up wild scenarios or characters to find humor. David is quick to point out that his show is not “G” rated but an adult show with some innuendo that doesn’t use vulgarity to get his point across. He has been heard on Fox sports radio, and the nationally syndicated Todd and Tyler morning show. TV appearances include the Sprint: Comedy Time Network, and Night Shift.
When four guys started The Georges, they had a dream to play an amalgam of Rockbilly. They wanted to play early country with strong ties to the Bakersfield sound and the music of their heroes. Over the years they have produced a sound that is catchy, danceable, and really gets folks a movin’ and a shakin’ on the dance floor. They perform covers from Billy Holiday, Johnny Cash, and Elvis, and pride themselves on their dapper stage look. The Georges will keep y’all dancing’ through the Hill Country and beyond, so come out and see what the fuss is all about.
Pearl is excited to announce their new Summer Dance Hall Series in partnership with San Antonio Jazz legend Doc Watkins and sponsored by Corona and Cadillac.
Join Westley as be duels Vizzini and his crew, braves the dangers of the fire swamp, and overcomes death for true love. We'll have all your favorite lines subtitled up on screen karaoke-style for your quoting pleasure, swords for everyone to fight and dramatically switch hands with, as well as a Rescue Princess Buttercup game before the show. So lace up your boots, draw your swords, and prepare for a miracle because this is true love. You think this happens every day?
Science has never met fiction like this. In 1974, Japan's Tsuburaya Productions (Ultraman) released twenty-six episodes of a TV show called Saru No Gundan. Much like the Turkish "interpretations" of movies like Rambo and Jaws, Saru No Gundan re-imagined an American blockbuster as something that was more digestible for its native country's culture. In this case, it was Planet Of The Apes. Saru No Gundan told the coherent story of a time-traveling family who were trapped in a future that was ruled by apes. Fair enough. In 1987, TV producer Sandy Frank discovered Saru No Gundan and said, "Boy, this is great! But it would be even better if I cut all twenty-six episodes into one movie, dubbed the whole thing in my bathroom, and called it Time of the Apes!!" And so he did. Time of the Apes is an illogical black hole of madness, jam-packed with psychedelic visuals, deranged dubbing, and ape soldiers who drive rainbow-colored hippie vans. The movie reeks of desperation, haste, and recklessness. It has UFOs and a child-ape named "Pepe" who wears corduroys. We're not saying that Time of the Apes is better than Planet of the Apes. But it probably is.
Bring your favorite book to swap and take a new book home!
The Cove and Primetime present jazz vocalists Jacqui Sotelo and Johnny P with the Primetime Jazz Orchestra.
From Ontario, Canada the pop punk band, Seaway, is not only a recently signed band, but also on their summer tour, “Stick Up Kid, Candy Hearts and Driver Friendly.” The 5 piece band from Oakville, Ontario consists of Ryan Lock, Patrick Carleton, Andrew Eichinger, Adam Shoji, and Ken Taylor. They’ve had a lot of success since their inception in 2011 and released their debut full length Hoser in 2013, which gained them international attention.
The McNay’s 60th Anniversary Film Series continues with Douglas Sirk’s 1954 romantic drama starring Rock Hudson as a reckless playboy who inadvertently causes the death of a local hero.
The San Antonio Missions take on the Frisco RoughRiders at home.
Blackbird Sing has found the recipe to blending the swaggering bravado of punk, emotively captivating lyrics of the grandest forms of folk, rural country music aesthetics, the experimentation of an indie band with nothing to lose, and good old fashioned Americana that can only be described as exclusively their own. If asked, lead singer Vito Salinas will tell it like he has countless times before, “It’s not how you play. It’s what you play that really matters.”
Teachers, get inspired and start preparing for the new school year at Michaels’ Create2Educate event. Get great organization ideas along with classroom project demos and lesson plans. The first 25 attendees at each store will receive a school year survival kit with lesson plans, product samples and more.
With a nod to exquisite corpse, “You Are Here” highlights a collaboration between Tim Kerr and Brian Phillips. Kerr studied painting and photography at UT–Austin and played a key role in Texas’ early punk scene as a founding member of Big Boys and other bands. Louisiana native Phillips illustrates his mantra “One man’s junk pile is another man’s art supplies” with puzzle-like constructions built from reclaimed wood. A tribute to inspiring icons, the duo’s joint project involved Kerr painting portraits of Rosa Parks, Evel Knievel and many more on surfaces pieced together by Phillips.
"The Show!" is a showcase of Filmmakers and comedians where we have a local actor/comedian/personality interview all the filmmakers and comedians in a kind of late night talk show format!
A romantic coupling as the foundation of a band can mean bad news; just ask Rumors-era Fleetwood Mac how that arrangement holds up in the face of meteoric success. But, Berkeley’s Street Eaters appear to have a working model of how to juggle it all, while avoiding the six-second bubble gum appeal and tradeoff melodies of the many twee, indie pop couples out there. On their new release, Blood::Muscles::Bone, Megan March and Johnny Geek churn through 10 songs of stripped-down punk, relying on March’s drums and Geek’s bass to propel Street Eaters’ formidable energy. With SA’s Sheila and the Chilaquiles, and Smokey Robinsons.
Join us for awesome drink specials, tastings, and giveaways. Come out for your chance to win tickets to the San Antonio Beer Festival!
Retox Bar brings Whiskey Bliss to the Retox Stage. As a rock cover band, you are sure to hear lots of your favorite rock tunes throughout the night. There is no cover and there are $2.50 beers specials and $3 shot specials! The music starts at 10:30!
Initially a songwriter in Nashville, Radney Foster made his recording debut as part of the Foster & Lloyd duo, recording three studio albums with nine singles on the country charts. Foster began his solo career in 1992 and his album Del Rio, TX 1959 produced four consecutive Top 40 hits. Two decades later, Foster’s new Del Rio, TX Revisited: Unplugged and Lonesome reinvents his hallmark solo debut as an ambitious and haunting acoustic collection. Foster has had thirteen songs on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the Top Ten hits “Just Call Me Lonesome” and “Nobody Wins”. His songs have been recorded by Gary Allan, Sara Evans, Keith Urban and Jack Ingram and he has produced albums for the Randy Rogers Band.
Come out and watch the San Antonio Silver Stars take on Connecticut!
There seem to be two kinds of comedy fans in 2014: those to whom a Chelsea Lately credit is a come-on and those to whom it’s a warning flag. In the case of Josh Wolf, this binary proves as dumb as most. Though at 40-plus he looks every bit the Mannish Boy Frat Daddy, and his style—confidently delivered observations about sex and other bodily functions (what before the ’90s alt/club split was commonly known as “comedy”)—is definitely panel-ready, his actual life experiences as a single dad give his material and outlook a broader appeal than any niche he might appear to fit.
Master reuser Mary Elizabeth Cantú launched Spare Parts in 2011 in response to a decrease of creativity in the classroom and budget cuts in arts funding. Active throughout the year, her organization reaches 10 area school districts through its signature Fine Arts Fair. The fourth annual event aims to distribute a stockpile of donated art supplies among pre-registered teachers (plus members of the creative community from 12:30-1:30 p.m.) during a kid-friendly day with beats by DJ Lyricool, eco-friendly vendors, finger-painting sessions with artist Robert Tatum and photo ops with Spurs Jesus.
Hocus Pocus, Alakazam! Local professional magician Paul Mims visits Westfall Branch Library to discuss the art of stage magic and teach a few basic tricks.
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