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Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


San Antonio Sound Garden: a nonprofit growing a new type of sustainable living in the Alamo city. In a small…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


Around ten years ago, our city’s music scene was widely considered lackluster in comparison to other thriving Texan musical hubs…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


from being a utsa student to opening one of sa’s newest up-and-coming restaurants Sangria on the Burg can be easily…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


Operating out of a small truck built in his garage, Gustavo Guete—or “Gus,” the owner of Gus’ Empanadas & More—serves…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


“Trans-demon baby, ”Antemia Kavillari is a visual and musical artist from San Antonio. Kavillari represents a very small number of…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


In today’s world of technological advances, our society has become dependent on tech devices to carry out daily routines. And…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


UTSA has 26 recognized religious student organizations. This is the premise for the 16 Apples Production documentary, “Religion in Rowdyland”…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


A new and intuitive course — Spanish for Heritage Learners — led by Professor Lilian Cano from the Modern Languages…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue


Have you noticed the amount of musical artists that have added San Antonio as a stop on their United States…

Fall/Winter 2016 - The Creators' Issue