Fred Soto’s musical chops lead to Tejano Roots Hall of Fame

Fernando Bustamante Soto, known to friends as “Freddy” or “Fred,” knows that reality all too well through his travels on a musical path of hard toil and persistence which has led to recognition for his unique talent. Starting out in Gonzales, Texas, his birthplace, the noted saxophonist started playing professionally at the age of 12 with bands in the area, from Tejano to R&B. Read More ›

Long Center makes history with first bilingual production

‘Bill W. and Dr. Bob’ tackles stigma of alcoholism and power of recovery Directly from off-Broadway, the Long Center for … Read More ›

Foodways of Mexico: Delicacies of the Northeastern Mexican Semi-desert

Chef and food researcher Abdiel Cervantes Escalona will discuss how different settlers of Northeastern Mexico have shaped its cuisine, culture, and history on Thursday, September 17, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at IBC Bank Read More ›

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