Carnaval de San Anto create elaborate costumes for Fiesta

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In this episode, we take a sneak peek at the elaborate costumes being constructed for Fiesta San Antonio.

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UTSA professors receive grant for water-purifying nanomaterial

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Go inside the lab where two University of Texas at San Antonio professors have created a light-activated nanomaterial.

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"Intersecting Boundaries" art exhibit explores power of adornment

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"Intersecting Boundaries" exhibit explores the power of adornment through color, texture and shape.

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Indie Lens Pop-Up: National Bird Review

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NATIONAL BIRD follows whistleblowers who, despite possible consequences, are determined to break the silence around: the secret U.S. drone war.

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Web Extra: What is a Berimbau? Capoeira Luanda SA talks music

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What is a Berimbau? Capoeira Luanda San Antonio takes a moment to talk about the Brazilian wooden musical bow.

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Global parking app comes to San Antonio

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SCITECH NOW introduces you to Arriv.io, a company changing the parking game with a mobile app.

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Capoeira SA preserves the Afro-Brazilian martial art

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ARTS takes you to Capoeira Luanda San Antonio an organization that preserves the Afro-Brazilian martial art of Capoeira.

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Biologist combines technology and biology to re-populate species

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Dr. Dante Fenolio at the San Antonio Zoo has converted old cargo shipping containers into portable labs for endangered species.

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City presents works by 15 San Antonio-based Latina artists

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Inside the exhibit, "A Woman's Place Is ...," presented by San Antonio's Department of Arts & Culture.

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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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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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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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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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