Broadway-bound revival of 'The Wiz' finds its next Dorothy, thanks in part to TikTok
A 24-year-old triple threat who toured in “Hairspray,” competed on “American Idol” and came to the attention of casting agents with her TikTok videos has landed the plumb role of Dorothy in the Broadway-bound production of “The Wiz.”.
Behind the Kitchen Door: Health Department shuts down Chinese restaurant for ‘gross and insanitary conditions’
Health inspectors recently ordered a Chinese restaurant to close due to unsanitary conditions after failing a May health inspection. Meanwhile, a local coffee shop was also shut down because of a roach infestation, and a taco business had to close due to no hot water.
Striking Hollywood writers vow not to picket Tony Awards, opening the door to some kind of show
Striking members of the Writers Guild of America have said they will not picket next month’s Tony Award telecast, clearing a thorny issue facing show organizers and opening the door for some sort of Broadway razzle-dazzle.
Broadway staple named as restaurant where Texas Game Wardens seized more than $25,000 in shark fins
A report obtained by KSAT Investigates has finally revealed the name of the San Antonio establishment at the center of a Texas Game Wardens shark fin investigation last spring as Broadway staple Van’s Restaurant.
City parks Broadway plan as TxDOT holds firm on keeping existing lanes
After a meeting Thursday with the heads of the Texas Department of Transportation and the Texas Transportation Commission, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said in an emailed statement “We learned today that TxDOT’s priority is not improving traffic flow and mitigating congestion, it’s all about six lanes of asphalt, regardless of capacity.”
City tweaks Broadway plan in hopes of a green light from the state
Top City of San Antonio executives think they may have a way to get the city’s plan to redevelop Broadway Avenue back up and running while still following through with a “complete street” vision. But the Texas Department of Transportation doesn’t appear eager to bend on its insistence to keep all six lanes of traffic.
'A Strange Loop’ makes history at Tonys; ‘Company’ wins 5
“A Strange Loop,” an irreverent, sexually frank work about Blackness and queerness took home the best new musical crown at the Tony Awards on Sunday, as voters celebrated Broadway’s most racially diverse season by choosing an envelope-pushing Black voice.
‘We need public outrage about this’: San Antonio cyclists unhappy with vote that eliminated bike lanes on Broadway
The cycling community in San Antonio is outraged by the Texas Transportation Commission’s decision to nix San Antonio plans that would have added protected bike lanes to Broadway Avenue.
State throws spike strip in front of City of San Antonio’s plans to reduce lanes on lower Broadway
The members of the Texas Transportation Commission, which oversees TxDOT, voted Thursday to stop a long-planned hand-off of a 2.2 mile section of State Loop 368 between Burr Road and I-35, which overlaps with Broadway Avenue.