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By Maria CorazaMusic Journalist On Nov. 16, I had the pleasure of attending the 11th annual UtopiaFest at Reveille Peak Ranch in Austin, Texas. UtopiaFest is a family-friendly music festival that offers camping grounds, outdoor activities, and spiritual workshops. With … Continue reading A Peek Into UtopiaFest 2020 Plus Top Picks
By Garrett MartinSports Director Bobcat Radio is a 30-minute specialty show discussing everything Texas State and San Marcos sports. Three staff members jump on the mics three times a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. and discuss sports. … Continue reading Bobcat Radio Celebrates International Men’s Day
By Lauren JurgemeyerWeb Content Manager Under the direction of graduate student Alex Rodriguez, Texas State opens Little Women, The Broadway Musical Nov. 19 and runs through Nov. 24 in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre. Based on the classic novel by … Continue reading Little Women, The Broadway Musical: Review
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor Men for years have been coerced to meet the societal pressures of being “manly.” Men felt as if they had to meet the standards of being masculine and disregard anything that was perceived as … Continue reading Male Cosmetics are Cosmetics!
By Ally Bolender Web Content Contributor Men TV characters. They make us laugh, cry and wish they were real. The best characters don’t hide who they are, and express themselves in whatever way feels real. Sure, I may be biased … Continue reading International Men’s Day: Just a Few Iconic Men’s TV Characters
By Daniel Richter Web Content Contributor With International Men’s Day being this week, this is a great time to highlight one of the bravest stand-up specials in years. Gary Gulman: The Great Depresh on HBO is Gulman’s first special he … Continue reading Gary Gulman Tackles Depression and Masculinity in New Stand-up Special
By Brandi Mitchell Web Content Contributor Manhood is a concept that is perhaps less discussed and analyzed than womanhood but comes with no less ambiguity, struggle and uncertainty. As social creatures with an inclination to community and at times, conformity, … Continue reading Manhood in the 21st Century
By Paola Bakker Web Content Contributor For International Men’s Day, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at a song that was ahead of its time in the breakdown of gender roles. “Boys Don’t Cry” by The … Continue reading “Boys Don’t Cry”: A Challenging of Gender Norms
By Arlett RamirezAssistant Web Content Manager International Men’s Day (IMD) is celebrated on Nov. 19 and it promotes the positive values that men bring to their families, communities and the world. This day also brings awareness to issues that men … Continue reading Top 5 Male Health Problems
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager International Men’s Day is on Nov. 19 this year, and KTSW wants to highlight the influence of men in the world around us. When I think of the most influential man in my life, … Continue reading To All of the Superheroes
By Brittany AndersonWeb Content Contributor Each year, International Men’s Day on Nov. 19 is met with much debate. Despite questions and concerns over the day’s rationale, it’s a great opportunity to address something that runs rampant within this particular community: … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Toxic Masculinity
By Sami Dugdale Station Manager We came, we saw…we got kicked out of the VIP section at Wizard Fest. On Saturday Nov. 9, I had the opportunity to attend Wizard Fest at The Rock Box theatre in San Antonio, Texas. … Continue reading Experiencing the Magic at Wizard Fest
By Brittany Anderson Web Content Contributor This year’s 11th annual UTOPiAfest, happening Thursday, Nov. 14 until Saturday, Nov. 16 at Reveille Peak Ranch in Burnet, is gearing up to bring festival goers a colorful Americana music and life experience. There … Continue reading UTOPiAfest is Coming!
By Arlett Ramirez Assistant Web Content Manager AUSTIN, TX – Oscar-nominated screenwriter Meg LeFauve visited the Austin Film Festival on Oct. 25 to host a panel where she discussed how to write emotional characters. LeFauve began her career as a … Continue reading Disney Pixar Writer Meg LeFauve Comes to Austin Film Festival
By Juan Garcia Assistant News Director Austin Film Festival had Co-writers of Game of Thrones in a panel called “A Conversation with David”. Featured image by Juan Garcia. Continue reading Gallery: DB Weiss and David Benioff Interview
By Juan Garcia Assistant News Director Austin Film Festival rolled out the red carpet for the film “Last Week at Ed’s”. The directors of this film are Mag Kasdan and Lawrence Kasdan. Lawrence Kasdan is best known as co-writer of … Continue reading Gallery: Last Week at Ed’s
By Juan Garcia Assistant News Director Academy Award winner Ron Bass was interviewed at Austin Film Festival this past week. Bass is a recipient of the Bill Wittliff award for screenwriting. The same Bill Wittliff who founded the Wittliff Collections … Continue reading Gallery: Ron Bass at Austin Film Festival
By Jessie BonnerMusic Journalist This year, San Antonio’s Mala Luna Music Festival featured some outstanding artists; most notably, the women! Female artists in the music industry are considerably less appreciated than their male counterparts. In general, we as women are … Continue reading A Love Letter to the Women of Mala Luna’s 2019 Lineup
By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Spooky season is here– and that means Mala Luna is too! The two-day concert event will be taking place this week in San Antonio, Texas, on Oct. 26 and 27 at the Nelson Wolff … Continue reading Mala Luna is Here!