Playhouse Potentials showcases original work by local artists

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“Playhouse Potentials,” a monthly theater script reading of selected works from playwrights, is introducing the community to a kaleidoscope of emotions.

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New medical tool used in dialysis treatments can prolong life

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It’s a new tool offering patients with obstructed central venous systems an alternative way to reduce costs while obtaining treatment.

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Equal representation lawsuit could disrupt Edwards Aquifer Authority

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A lawsuit filed by the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) has been pending in federal court the last two years.

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Guadalupe Dance Company celebrates 25 years of entertainment

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The Guadalupe Dance Company was founded in 1991 and is now one of the leading professional folklorico and flamenco dance companies in the nation.

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Art programs that help shape the future of students

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The San Antonio Symphony gives students a taste of what a professional musical career entails, while Alpha Home uses art for therapy.

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With beauty and brains, smart jewelry designed to protect you

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It's as smart as it is sleek. This bangle has the brains to pinpoint your exact location and alert others when you’re in danger.

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KLRN presents Spotlight Education during Sept. 12-17

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SPOTLIGHT EDUCATION features films and documentaries airing on KLRN September 12-17.

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City Council approves drastically reduced annexation plan

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City Council vote may signal a shift for the city, which has relied heavily on annexation to grow larger.

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San Antonio bio lab developing compounds to fight cancer

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Cancer is a monstrous disease. Imagine if one drug could change the way cancer is treated.

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Tune in to Hispanic Heritage Month programs on KLRN

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with KLRN by tuning in to our month-long line up of special programming.

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San Antonio Symphony serves international menu of masterpieces

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The San Antonio Symphony is serving a delectable palette of performances with the start of its 2016-2017 season.

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RSVP for screening, panel on Willie Velasquez: Your Vote is Your Voice

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A free screening and panel discussion on Willie Velasquez: Your Vote is Your Voice, will be held Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m.

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KLRN presents screening and panel on voting activist Willie Velasquez

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KLRN Public Television, in partnership with CineFestival, proudly presents Willie Velasquez: Your Vote is Your Voice, a free film screening and panel discussion.

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Traveling Dinosaur George museum visits classrooms across U.S.

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Set in a world of all- things -prehistoric, Dinosaur George and his volunteer museum ambassadors educate visitors on dinosaurs

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Satellite system to change how meteorologists predict hurricanes

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A creation of eight microsatellites that will gather never-before-seen details on the formation and intensity of tropical cyclones and hurricanes.

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