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The Josephine Theater

BY THOMAS MILLER
@ VOL 11 ON AUG 27, 2013

Thomas Miller is here to talk about the Josephine Theater, a non-profit community theater committed to enhancing San Antonio's cultural horizons. This venue provides opportunities for patrons, performers, and students to develop their creative side, and Thomas is thrilled to be a part of it. 

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American Craft

BY JERET PEÑA
@ VOL 11 ON AUG 27, 2013

Mixologist Jeret Peña would rather classify himself himself as a bartender, because it doesn't sound as pretentious. Jeret discusses the craft that has been around for 200 years, and had a resurgence against prohibition. His ability to reproduce the perfect cocktail is a skill that took a long time to perfect. 

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The Audacity of the $4 Croissant

BY JEREMY MANDRELL AND ANNE NG
@ VOL 11 ON AUG 27, 2013

To counteract the growing trend in machine-made and frozen pastries, Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandrell established Bakery Lorraine. They share their passion for artisan pasteries, and explain the time-consuming process that goes into creating the perfect croissant. 

"Presentation of the Day" on March 5, 2014.

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Art and Family

BY JOEY FAUERSO AND RILEY ROBINSON
@ VOL 9 ON FEB 19, 2013

Joey Fauerso and Riley Robinson showcase their work and their family. They describe how their different styles complement each other and enable them to work together to create intricate structures and beautiful artistic works.

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Glass and Paint

BY JAKE ZOLLIE HARPER AND AMADA MILLER
@ VOL 9 ON FEB 19, 2013

Jake Zollie Harper, a glass artist, and Amada Miller, a graphic artist and painter, showcase their work and discuss their collaborative projects with other local artists.

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Steel Sculptures

BY GEORGE SCHROEDER
@ VOL 10 ON MAY 28, 2013

George Schroeder, works in steel, aluminum, and many other metallic elements to produce sculpture oftentimes based in expressing sound forms. His work is often large in scale, and here he discusses his numerous public installations. 

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Affordable Healthy Food for San Antonio

BY JOSH LEVINE
@ VOL 10 ON MAY 28, 2013

Josh Levine outlines his progress towards developing a network of grocery stores within San Antonio that sell affordable and healthy organic foods. 

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Revive Alameda

BY KILLIS ALMOND
@ VOL 10 ON MAY 28, 2013

Killis Almond goes in depth on the history of San Antonio's Alameda Theater and the city's current plans for its use and preservation. 

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How To Be An Independent Farmer in Central Texas

BY LINDA PEREZ
@ VOL 6 ON MAY 24, 2012

Linda Perez was born and raised in San Antonio. Over the course of her life, she has cleaned hominid fossils and taught secondary school in Kenya, done research at Harvard University and conducted a health care survey in the Andes Mountains, helped initiate sustainable agriculture and rural businesses in Zambia and assisted in HIV/AIDS awareness & prevention in Swaziland. Since 1993, she has overseen the development of a herd of Beefmaster cattle on her 300-acre L&M Ranch, 40 minutes south of San Antonio. Her presentation focuses on her life as an independent, organic farmer in the heart of Texas. 

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Winemaking

BY FABIEN JACOB
@ VOL 5 ON FEB 23, 2012

So you think you know about wine? Sommelier Fabien Jacob definitely knows a thing or two about the process of making wine, and in this presentation, he shows you what that process looks like. He also ends up explaining the types of grapes used, and famous winemaking regions.