Arts

Post-Grad Book Grabs

May 16, 2017

By Chloe M. Brown SAN ANTONIO—After graduation, there are many thoughts swarming your head. What’s the next step? How do I become a functioning adult? What does it mean to be out of school? I don’t have any of the answers, but I know of some books that do. For some reason or another, when […]

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Skrizzly Adams Brings Hope With Music

March 20, 2017

By Pedro Becerra SAN ANTONIO—For those unfamiliar with aspiring American hero, Skrizzly Adams describes himself as a “twenty-five-year old recording artist from New Jersey” who hopes for success not only in the music industry, but also with his own self-titled beef jerky line.  His sound could be described as a mix of guitars, electronica, hip-hop, […]

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Stripes Unveils Selena Travel Mug

March 9, 2017

By Pedro Becerra SAN ANTONIO—The late Tejano star Selena Quintanilla-Perez continues to influence and impact today’s generation. That’s why in remembrance to Selena, Stripes is featuring drinking travel cups with designs by sister Suzette Quintanilla. This comes just in time to tie in last year’s introduction of the Madame Tussauds wax figure, and the Hollywood […]

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Dancing With Shadows

August 11, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—Centro Cultural Aztlan is showcasing the unique works of Gilberto Tarin in the new exhibit Dancing with Shadows. The exhibit showcases paintings and mixed media works portraying Tarin’s reactions to the Vietnam War. His darkly surrealistic, expressionist works portray torturous inner conflicts and emotional struggles. Tarin, who almost became a Catholic priest, […]

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Fiesta Medal Unveiled!

April 6, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—Every year San Antonio hold’s there annual Fiesta. Fiesta San Antonio started in 1891 as a one-parade event to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. Since 1891 the Fiesta has evolved into one of this nation’s premier festivals with an economic […]

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The Dabbing Dance Found To Melt Pounds Fast

April 1, 2016

By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—Teens and children alike go crazy after Harvard announced the results of a recent study on the affects of “dabbing” a popular dance move. The study found the dance move worked out traps, deltoids, biceps, and triceps in dancers. Approximately 600 calories were burned during every monitored 30 minute “dab […]

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Powerpuff Girls Return!

March 30, 2016

By Angela Clark The Powerpuff Girls ran from 1996 to 2005 as a lovely children’s show about three girls borne via a science experiment with the dangerous Chemical X. The girls Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup all have superpowers a few being superhuman strength, speed, durability, and stamina thanks to the powerful Chemical X. The girls use […]

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A Piece of History: The Phoenix

February 27, 2016

A Piece of History: The Phoenix Audio By Lake Front Staff SAN ANTONIO—Finding antique items is always exciting and interesting. Recently The Lake Front, acquired a piece of history, The Phoenix. The Phoenix is a freshman edition, Our Lady of the Lake College, newspaper dated March 25, 1942. The newspaper is in good condition considering […]

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Cinemaniacs: Back To School Once Again

October 1, 2015

By Alejandra Navarro and Chelsey McClain SAN ANTONIO—Cold weather is fast approaching, school is starting and with the workload from classes it’s always nice to relax with a good movie. This month there is a movie for everyone, even though not every movie genre is right for everybody, these back to school suggestions might help […]

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