Tibetan Art comes to Institute of Texan Cultures

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Reporter Donna Parker visits the Institute of Texan Cultures to give us a closer lookt at the “Mystical Arts of Tibet-Mandala Sand Paintings.”

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UTSA conducts water study following Hurricane Harvey disaster

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UTSA is investigating the after-effects of Hurricane Harvey to see just how much toxic matter moved through Houston’s waterways

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Magik Children’s Theatre invites local playwrights to collaborate

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The Magik Children’s Theatre has invited local playwrights to submit adaptations of popular youth literature.

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New headset device reads brain waves in real time

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Learn about a device that reads brain waves in real time and enables the user to improve creativity, reduce stress and increase focus.

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Alumni photography exhibition at Trinity University

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"Visible Light" is an alumni photography exhibition at Trinity University, showcasing the talents of former college students.

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American Graduate Day 2017 features local mentorship story

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A local story will appear during this weekend’s AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY 2017 broadcast.

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SwRI study reveals Devils River relies heavily on Trinity-Edwards Aquifer

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The headwaters of the Devils River, one of the state’s last pristine rivers, moved 10 miles downstream since the 1960s.

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SAMA volunteers on path to become art docents

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The San Antonio Museum of Art docent training program provides volunteers with three years training on static and rotating exhibits.

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Four emerging artists to exhibit at the McNay

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"Artists Looking at Art" is an exhibition and conversation featuring four emerging artists whose work is being shown at the McNay Art Museum.

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15 with KLRN by tuning in to our month-long line up of special programming.

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Hurricane forecasting tool can help save lives

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A new constellation of satellites was launched to provide new tools and technology to forecast hurricanes.

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New technology used to navigate indoor spaces

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a revolutionary new technology that uses the Earth's electromagnetic field to accurately navigate indoor spaces.

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UTSA researchers take close look at cell division in Alzheimer's patients

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UTSA researchers are trying to understand why brain cells, which cannot divide, try to do so when effected by Alzheimer’s.

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Arbol de la Vida

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The "Tree of Life" is being created by hundreds of San Antonio artists and storytellers.

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'The da Vinci of Dirt' creates unconventional art

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Some people call Scott Wade "The da Vinci of Dirt," but he prefers the much simpler "Dirty Car Artist."

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