The Paisano

Professional orchestral performance for college student on budget

October 19, 2009

Every student at UTSA should find some time to go to the Majestic Theatre and watch the San Antonio Symphony performances. The performances of great musical quality but the ticket price is very affordable...

Actors From the London Stage perform ‘King Lear’ on campus

October 11, 2009

The UTSA community enjoyed the privilege of hosting the world-renowned traveling acting company Actors From the London Stage throughout the second week of October. Actors From the London Stage...

Aaron Watson’s live CD is country flop

October 4, 2009

Released on "Big Label Records" (if that does not scream Texas, nothing does) on Sept. 15, "Aaron Watson: Live" recaps the Abilene based country artist's best hits and a few covers of his favorite...

Tong’s Thai restaurant review

September 27, 2009

Located on 1146 Austin Highway Tong's Thai Restaurant appears to be the perfect escape to Thai food and a relaxing atmosphere. While the ambient atmosphere at Tong's is quite Zen and exotic,...

Where music (and art) live

June 8, 2009

Yes, UTSA has an arts building. It houses two of the smaller departments in the university: the art and music departments.As both an art and music major, I have spent a majority of my time in the building....

Fiesta

April 13, 2009

San Antonio's famous celebration, Fiesta, has once again returned to the streets of San Antonio. The festivity began as a commemoration of the city's historical battles, such as the Battle of the Alamo;...

Student exhibition showcases UTSA’s best

November 8, 2004

The Student Art Guild's juried exhibition, "Revolutions," is big. Metal tentacles tear through a wooden door and descend splintery steps, scores of white ceramic discs line a back corner and...

The legend returns

November 1, 2004

Great movie bios ("Man on the Moon," "Malcolm X") wisely avoided cramming in every detail of its subject's life to capture an emotional authenticity. (In movies, emotional truth almost always...

Mos-definitely

November 1, 2004

In a pop culture music world where pre-manufactured teen boy bands and bling wearing, Crystal popping' gangsta rappers dominate the T.V. and radio airwaves, it is refreshing to hear a musician...

‘Grudge’ thin on plot

November 1, 2004

"The Grudge," a remake of the Japanese "Ju-On," is a terrifying movie thin on plot and character. Directed by famed Japanese Director Takashi Shimizu, who also directed the original, "The Grudge"...

Matt Sorum talks about new band and GN’R lifestyle

October 25, 2004

Velvet Revolver is quickly becoming the rock and roll success story of the year, featuring former members of Guns N' Roses (GN'R) and Stone Temple Pilots (STP), the band impressed everyone in the mainstream...

Che Guevara’s roots on display in ‘Diaries’

October 25, 2004

When many think of Che Guevara they picture the man in an iconic beret, with long black hair, El "Che." In the "Motorcycle Diaries," director Walter Salles does away with this image of Che...

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