First Friday vs. Second Saturday
Even when the stars align and they fall within the same weekend, First Friday and Second Saturday don’t compete but complement one another like an eccentric...
Resolutions for SA's Arts Community
If you’ve ever witnessed what goes down when a designer puppy is brought home to a family with a faithful mutt in its sunset years, then you’ll...
Q&A with Lisa Immordino Vreeland
First published as a book chronicling Diana Vreeland's life through 350 photographs, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel is the first film...
Fall Arts Preview: Performance
PERFORMANCE, DANCE, & MORE. Ballet San Antonio 2012-2013 Season. October 26-28: Dracula. Ballet San Antonio leaps from the depths of Transylvania to the...
Fall Arts Preview: Theater
Cadillac Broadway in San Antonio 2012-2013 Season, October 23-28: Catch Me If You Can. Cadillac brings the magic of Broadway back to the Majestic with...
Taste this: Seared Scallop Salad, $15
With the recent arrival of Chef de Cuisine Charles Clark (formerly of Restaurant Gwendolyn) and Sous Chef Chris Cullum (of Cullum's Attaboy)...
Shelton's greatest hits
While San Antonio is losing one of it's most impeccable platforms for contemporary art, the local artists who've landed on the roster at David Shelton Gallery will...
Last Thursday, Christa Brothers' Bismarck Studios celebrated "Franctober-Fest in August" with "Wunderbares," the latest art happening orchestrated by Rome...
Photography and fashion styling by Bryan Rindfuss. Visual Art by Erin Curtis
Although it’s billed as his solo debut, Uruguayan producer Juan Campodónico is far from alone on Campo, the latest chapter in the cinematic world of Bajofondo...
Pearl's Blue Box poised to deliver
Likely while this issue of the Current is still fresh on the racks, the Pearl will welcome its first full-fledged watering hole.
Taste this: Vegetable Stir-fry, $7
Although my ordering habits at Niki's Tokyo Inn typically call for high-calorie configurations of fried oysters, spicy scallop rolls, and tempura shrimp, nothing beats...
art school salad, $7.50
At the cozy Copper Kitchen Café in the Southwest School of Art, suits, students, staffers, and others in the know march through line with trays before sitting down to lunch at...
Local artists create unique, perfect presents
Think there's nothing cool being made in San Antonio? Think again. We scoured the city (and even the internet) and found stacks of quirky items by local artists we'd be thrilled to unwrap.
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Q&A: Luca Della Casa
Since graduating from the unofficial School of Andrew Weissman, Piemonte, Italy, transplant Luca Della Casa has found an unlikely niche market by catering some of SA’s most delicious dinner parties.
What brought you to San Antonio?
I was living in Sp