North East School of the Arts kicks off 20th anniversary

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The North East School of the Arts (NESA) is celebrating their 20th anniversary in a dramatic way.

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Preview of Bexar County sheriff candidates

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One Bexar County race in the November election is drawing the most interest -- the race for sheriff.

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Freezing aneurysms, a new medical preventative

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A UTSA biomedical engineer, Ender Finol, receives a grant award from the American Heart Association’s Collaborative Science to freeze aneurysms.

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Opera San Antonio names new general and artistic director

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ARTS sat down with new general and artistic director, Enrique Carreon- Robledo who gave us the inside scoop on what we can expect at Opera San Antonio this season.

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SeaWorld offers a world of sciences

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From beluga whales to dolphins, the training programs at SeaWorld uses psychology to teach and study behavior in all of their animals.

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Preview of Congressional District 23 candidates

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No one has won Congressional District 23 in back-to-back elections since 2004. Hear a discussion of the issues.

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McNay celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with new director and iconic art

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The McNay made history by naming its first Hispanic Director, Rich Aste, who wasted no time showcasing iconic Hispanic artists.

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UTSA offers course: Black Women, Beyoncé and Popular Culture

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UTSA professor draws national attention with a course on black feminism, titled "Black Women, Beyoncé and Popular Culture."

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Professor uses samples from ocean floor to study climate change

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Meteorology professor teaches about climate change using samples taken from the Pacific Ocean floor.

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A glimpse into the “Sweeney Todd” set design at the Woodlawn Theatre

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ARTS visited The Woodlawn theatre to learn more about the process behind constructing the set for “Sweeney Todd.”

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Free screening of The National Parks of Texas: In Contact with Beauty

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See a free community screening of The National Parks of Texas: In Contact with Beauty on Friday, Oct. 14, at Mission Marquee Plaza from 5-9 p.m.

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Preview of Texas House District 118 candidates

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On our upcoming Texas Week episode, we begin our election-year tradition of interviewing candidates in competitive races.

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DIVA program designed to aid breast cancer patients and survivors

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For many cancer patients and survivors, a good diet and exercise can prolong life by lowering the risk of breast cancer recurrence.

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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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