Events, KTSW

Come Rock Your Chakras With Us

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager It is that time of the semester where school is kicking our behinds and all we really want is a break from grades, jobs and our other . If this sounds all too familiar, you can come unwind with KTSW at our free yoga event! Rock Your Chakras will […]

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Events, Mala Luna Fest

Kurt Rockmore at Mala Luna

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor As the second performer of day one at Mala Luna, Kurt Rockmore took the stage with energy that was unique and quite unlike anything I’ve seen before. After quickly introducing himself, he began his set with a raging sound that hyped up everyone from the front to the back […]

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Events

Don’t Miss the Final Harvest Live

By Janessa Rutiaga Assistant Web Editor The last Harvest Live concert is finally upon us, and it’s this Saturday starting at 9 p.m. at Buzzmill in San Marcos. The last installment of KTSW’s fall concert series includes performances from The Deer and Marshall Anderson. Buzzmill is a local coffeehouse serving the San Marcos area, and they’re […]

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Events, Galleries, Mala Luna Fest

Big Shot at Mala Luna

By Tino Manor Photojournalist @Chapterxiv_ This is my first year joining KTSW and I have been covering a big variety of events. Last month, I got the opportunity to shoot at Mala Luna in San Antonio, Texas. This festival also happens to be my very first time shooting at a music concert. I had a […]

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Events, SXSW Coverage

Volunteering at SXSW

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor No matter who you are or where you’re from, South by Southwest (more commonly seen as SXSW) is probably an event you know of in one way or another. Even I had a general idea of what it was before ever moving to Texas. For the most part, it’s one […]

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Events, Mala Luna Fest

Migos at Mala Luna

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor Migos took the stage on Day 2 of Mala Luna. I knew preparation was key, so getting a front row view meant getting there early. While most concerts get crowded within 30 minutes of a performance, the festival was crowded an hour and 25 minutes before Migos actually came […]

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Austin City Limits, Events

Wait for Something Better

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor My first ACL experience was in 2012. I remember that it rained that weekend. When it started pouring, hundreds of us ran under tents to stay dry. You know who wasn’t leaving? People camping out at the stage. Crazy. It took me a while to realize why these people were […]

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Events, Mala Luna Fest

Mala Luna: Artists to Go See

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor This October 28th-29th, Mala Luna returns to San Antonio, TX for another year. The festival is known as a benefiting network for young artists and is quickly drawing in concert lovers from all over the nation because of its astonishing line up. With so many artists to see and […]

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Austin City Limits, Events, Web Content

Bests and Worsts of ACL

By Claire Hansen Blog Content Contributor After attending Austin City Limits Music Festival (ACL) for the third time last weekend, I felt it was time for an evaluation. Like any large event, there are several different components that come together in collaboration to make ACL the festival that it is. Yet, just like any other music festival, it […]

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Events, KTSW, Local

Third Thursday at KIVA

By Janessa Rutiaga Assistant Web Editor  It’s here, Third Thursday is tonight! It’s the perfect event for a chill Thursday night paired with local music. Our stage for tonight will include the Stoop Queens, Processions and The Softist. Music starts at 9 p.m., and as usual there is NO cover for tonight’s show, and it’s +18. […]

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Events, KTSW

Get Chilly with Harvest Live

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager With the cool weather finally upon us, Harvest Live is the perfect event for a night out this weekend. We will have live music from Rusty Dusty and 36” Wheels this Saturday starting at 9 p.m. Buzz Mill has also teamed up with Central Texas Farmers Co-Op who work […]

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Events, Local, Music

Monster Mash at KIVA

By Maci Woody Music Journalist For most people, fall is the best time of the year for its cool weather (sometimes, it is Texas after all), pumpkin spiced everything and everything nice. One of the most iconic of these magical holidays is Halloween, which is right around the corner. So what are your plans? If […]

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Events

Mass Comm Week is Here

By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor Mass Comm week is here, and you guys don’t want to miss it out on all of the events! Mass Comm week is hosted by the School of Mass Communication and Journalism this week, October 16-19. This is a great opportunity for students to brand themselves and listen to […]

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Events, Local

San Marcos Music Scene Giving Back

By Asia Daggs Web Content Manager Magazinerecords will host a benefit show to raise relief money for the people of Puerto Rico on October 12th. The live show will be at Valentino’s and first set will begin at 8 p.m.! You can catch Christian Sparks and the Beatnik Bandits, Rusty Dusty along with Flydecay all […]

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Events, Galleries, Utopiafest

UTOPiAFest in Black & White

By Lucero Trevino Photojournalist As a photographer one of my favorite ways of editing a photograph is in black & white. I feel like having a photo in black & white can just give a whole other meaning to a photograph and makes you wonder about what the story behind it is. I want to […]

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College Radio Day, Events

Impacting the Community Through College Radio

By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor From a member of society’s perspective, making change in the community always seemed like something that required you to volunteer at your local library, contribute money to certain organizations, or donate supplies to a local shelter. Although these are beneficial actions that can be done to affect the community, […]

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College Radio Day, Events

How To Support KTSW

By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor As we celebrate the 7th annual College Radio Day, I can’t help but reflect on how much I love KTSW. And it’s not just because I work for the station, it’s because of what the station stands for. We aren’t mainstream radio. We are students learning the ropes. We […]

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College Radio Day, Events

The Life of a KTSW Worker

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager It is no secret that KTSW is filled with students diligently working to make this radio station the best it can possibly be. Often, our listeners receive little information about our radio world. Below is some information about a few KTSW directors, showing how life is on the […]

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