Proposed federal funding cuts for public media

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Without support from friends, constituents, viewers, and supporters right now, there is a critical risk of losing public media as we know it.

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Synthetic humans used at UTSA to stimulate real-life surgeries

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Pre- med UTSA students are working with synthetic humans called SynDavers as part of an anatomy class.

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French modernism comes to McNay Museum

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Monet to Matisse: A Century of French Moderns showcases 65 works of art from the Brooklyn Museum.

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Celebrating Women's History Month

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Tune in and celebrate Women's History Month with our month-long line up of special programming.

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Down in Front | Executive Producer of PBS’ Frontline, Raney Aronson-Rath

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Our new web series, Down In Front, premieres today featuring the executive producer of PBS’ Frontline, Raney Aronson-Rath.

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Historic Power Plant to become home of New Energy Innovation Center

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CPS Energy’s New Energy Economy partners, OCI Solar Power, Silver Spring Networks, and Landis + Gyr have joined forces.

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Month-long SAY Si event to include over 200 artworks, plus local cusine

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Celebrating 20 years of Small Scale Big Change; SAY Si's month long silent auction showcasing art and cuisine.

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KLRN launches 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel

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Launching 24/7 PBS KIDS expands access to the No. 1 children's educational media brand on TV and digital platforms.

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Galactic partnership between UTSA, Alamo Colleges and high school students explores starry universe

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Local high school students, Alamo Colleges and UTSA students are working to uncover galactic mysteries.

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Ballads of the Borderland: A cantata narrative of San Antonio

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ARTS gives you an inside look at Ethan Wickman's new composition, Ballads of the Borderland.

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CineFestival: nation’s longest Latino film festival celebrates 39 years

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The nation’s longest running Latino film festival is celebrating its 39th anniversary.

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San Antonio group is empowering women through coding

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In this episode of SciTech Now, we introduce you to Women Learning to Code, a group of women who meet monthly to discuss the language of coding.

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Celebrating Maya Angelou through power of poetry

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ARTS introduces you to a local poet who through her own art is celebrating Maya’s legacy.

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KLRN celebrates Black History Month

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A full month of programming celebrating Black History Month.

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SwRI developing smart technology to detect methane leaks

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SwRI is working on the creation of a new smart-system using algorithms to detect methane leaks.

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