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!
By Josephfer WilliamsSports Reporter On Friday night’s district matchup between the San Marcos Rattlers versus the Samuel Clemens Buffalos, it was Clemens who walked away with the 58-24 victory. The Buffalos running attack was too much to handle for the … Continue reading The Buffalos of Samuel Clemens stamped the Rattlers
By Brandi MitchellWeb Content Contributor It’s green. It’s beautiful. It’s evenly cut and generously watered. It’s landscaped to perfection, gleaming like a gem in your suburban neighborhood as a beacon to all who gaze upon it that you have the … Continue reading “Lawn Culture” and You
By Kaitlyn WatsonMusic Journalist Artist: Holy Hannah Album: Holy Hannah! Digital Release Date: October 11, 2019 Website: http://holyhannah.club/ Holy Hannah, more formally known as Hannah Von Der Hoff from Minneapolis, is the guitar playing cool girl with wild hair that … Continue reading Holy Hannah: Holy Hannah! Album Review
By Corie LecaneMusic Journalist Artist: Tyler the CreatorAlbum: IGORLabel: ColumbiaRelease Date: May 17, 2019Website: http://golfwang.com Tyler the Creator, the 28-year-old Ladera Heights native, has worn many hats during the 12 years since he founded the rap collective Odd Future. Rapper, … Continue reading Tyler the Creator: IGOR Album Review
By Timia Cobb Web Content Contributor Warning: contains light spoilers. For the last 11 years the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been one of the biggest movie franchises in the world. Sadly, we all known great things have to come to … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to the Avengers
By Andronica OwensWeb Content Contributor JMBLYA is here to kick off another festival season by giving people a chance to see some of the biggest names in hip-hop. From Texas’s own, Travis Scott, to long-time favorite Lil Wayne, and even … Continue reading JMBLYA Is Coming!
By Daniel Richter Web Content Contributor From April 18-28 the city of San Antonio will be celebrating the 128 Fiesta San Antonio throughout the city. The fun began in 1891 with the Battle of Flowers Parade which honored those from the … Continue reading It’s Fiesta Time in San Antonio!
By Kaitlyn BenacquistoAssistant Web Content Manager Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is just a short drive away and offers a wealth of adventure, including rock climbing, over 10 miles of hiking trails, camping, and backpacking. Enchanted Rock is a sought … Continue reading Get Outside: Enchanted Rock State Natural Area
By Piper BlakeWeb Content Contributor https://abcnews.go.com/video/embed?id=62086553 The University of South Carolina has been greatly impacted by the murder of Samantha Rowland. Rowland was a senior at USC and was preparing for law school in the fall. She went out the … Continue reading Staying Safe On Campus
By KTSW Sports The new-look sports podcast of KTSW 89.9 is ready to roll! Witness the crew of Ethan Hunt, Connor MacKinnon, Deshaun Hartley and Garrett Martin dive into the capabilities of Texas State Men’s Basketball. We’re back with a … Continue reading Claws to the Wall: Moving on with Spring Sports
By Anne Cox and Sami DugdalePodcast Producers Hosted by Anne Cox and Sami Dugdale, “Knock-Knock Who’s There? It’s Ghosts!” is a ghost-hunting podcast with a full package. I’m talkin’ haunted back stories, actual audio from the ghost hunt, and two … Continue reading Knock-Knock Who’s There? It’s Ghosts!: Devil’s Backbone
By Dani JuarezOther Side Drive Host ‘Femme Facts’ is a segment that highlights women in non-top 40, eclectic, local music spheres. According to the ‘Women in Music’ organization, the gender divide worldwide is roughly 70 percent male to 30 percent … Continue reading Femme Facts with DJDJ: Episode 3
By Geronimo Perez Host Vatos and Platos, which translates to ‘dudes and plates’, is a short segment focusing on foods from all over the world. Geronimo Perez takes you into the history and meaning of certain dishes and how they … Continue reading Vatos and Platos on KTSW
By Kyle Emmott Host “Stream It or Leave It” is your go-to radio segment for tv/film reviews with a dab of humor. New content is being added to streaming platforms daily, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to navigate through … Continue reading Stream It or Leave It on KTSW
By Sami Dugdale Program Director Alex Garcia from the Fashion Merchandising Association sits down with Other Side Drive hosts Lexi Ashbury and April Gutierrez to talk about the FMA Fall Fashion Show. In this interview, Alex talks about the organization … Continue reading FMA Fall Fashion Show 2018
By Kyle Emmott Host “Stream It or Leave It” is your go-to radio segment for tv/film reviews with a dab of humor. New content is being added to streaming platforms daily, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to navigate through … Continue reading Stream It or Leave it
By Alexander Haynes Sports Reporter There is an important distinction between winning ugly and winning in ugly situations. Despite a plethora of rain, lightning, potential lightning, and despondent, dark weather which forced the third quarter to last an hour, the … Continue reading Mondays With Coach Withers: Lightning, Lightning Kicks and A Home Opening Win
News Department The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for a portion of South Central Texas. The watch includes the following counties: Hays, Blanco, Caldwell, Bexar, Comal, Gonzales, Guadalupe and Travis. Residents of the above counties should … Continue reading Flash Flood Watch Issued for Hays County: What You Should Know
By Jairo Devora News Reporter Wind, rain and humidity weren’t enough to stop the Million Student March. With megaphones, banners and signs in hand, students marched across campus to spread their message to the student body, faculty and administrators. … Continue reading Free Tuition, Fifteen Dollar Minimum Wage Among Texas State Protesters’ Demands