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Dominic Anthony Walsh

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Dominic Anthony Walsh is a Trinity University student studying communication. He is the student director of programming for Indie Overnight on Trinity’s KRTU 91.7 FM, where he got his broadcasting start as creator and host of The Hippie Coffee Hours in 2017. He is the platforms coordinator and podcast producer for the Trinitonian — Trinity’s campus newspaper, where he began his journalism career in 2017 as a feature reporter.  

Prior to enrolling at Trinity, Dominic spent six years in the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio. He formed his first rock band in 2015 with other youth musicians from YOSA. Since then, he has stayed active in the local music community as a member of Elnuh, Sugar Skulls, and Samantha Flowers, among other projects. Dominic will graduate from Trinity in 2020 and intends to continue working as a broadcast journalist.  


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Irene Avine is the aunt of Robert Martinez III, who was shot and killed at Ventura in San Antonio. She said she was upset there was no security the night of the shooting.
Bri Kirkham | Texas Public Radio

Dozens of people turned out Wednesday night for a vigil at Ventura, a bar and music venue where two people were shot and killed and five others wounded on Sunday.

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San Antonio police arrested a suspect on Monday in connection with a shooting in downtown San Antonio that left two people dead and five others wounded.

This photo and others now hang in San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum."It’s just a very infectious smile that she had," said her friend Lisa Lopez.
Original photo: John Dyer

In 1992, a young Texan singer caught the attention of a now-defunct, New York-based publication, Mas Magazine. They asked San Antonio photographer John Dyer to shoot a cover and spread of the performer.

Jacqueline Saragoza McGilvray / Image courtesy of BSC

In the final days of a San Antonio art exhibition, several artists traded accusations — mostly through Instagram — of racism, sexism and cultural appropriation. Soon after the conversations began, attendees of the Blue Star Contemporary art gallery said they noticed strategic security measures being taken during Southtown’s monthly First Friday artwalk.

The outside of a MPP court facility in Brownsville is guarded with barbed wire.
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The Trump administration has lifted a ban on public and press access to immigration hearings in tented courts in Brownsville and Laredo.

Carson Frame | TPR News

Thousands from Military City, U.S.A. — and beyond — lined the streets of downtown Saturday for a parade honoring Veterans Day. About 100 floats wound their way from Avenue E and Houston Street to Milam Park, where a small festival was held. 

A model of Picasso's stage design for the ballet Pulcinella inside the larger physical recreation of the same design.
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The McNay Art Museum’s new exhibit, "Picasso to Hockney: Modern Art on Stage," explores all mediums of theatre art, from set design to music composition to on-stage performance. The extensive collection of late San Antonio arts philanthropist Robert Tobin made the exhibition possible. 

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The McNay Art Museum’s new landscape master plan aims to make the property feel less like an exclusive, elite institution and more like an inclusive, accessible public park -- an approach embraced by museum director Richard Aste.

San Antonio Symphony

The San Antonio Symphony announced it will raise the base salary for musicians by about 6% over the next three years. By 2022, the starting salary will be $35,774. 

Nicki Lucio in her "Hello World" exhibit at the McNay Art Museum.
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This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, when members of the queer community in New York City clashed with cops in protest of anti-gay raids and police brutality. In commemoration of the anniversary, San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum is featuring works that explore gender identity. 

The exhibit is open until Sept. 15. Ticket information can be found here.