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Dear Friends,

Thank you to everyone who attended our preview screening of Great Performances: Kinky Boots on Friday. If you joined us, be sure to check out our photos of the event. We hope you had as much fun watching Charlie navigate the stiletto-heeled boot business as we did.

If you weren't able to join us at the Tobin Center, you can still enjoy Broadway's Best from Great Performances. With a lineup featuring Red, 42nd Street, The King and I, and more, we're excited to bring you the magic of Broadway to your own home. Watch with us Tuesday nights at 8PM on KLRN World 9.2.

Keep watching,
Arthur

Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO 
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San Antonio Chamber of Commerce President Richard Perez explains how the business community is working to handle the implementation of the city's Climate Action and Adaptation Plan. Then, we focus on the Nov. 5 Constitutional Amendment Election. Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacque Calallen discusses new voting machines. Josh Brodesky with the San Antonio Express News Editorial Board talks about the board's recommendation for each of the 10 proposed amendments. 
On this edition of SciTech Now, we take a look at how 21st Century technology meets 18th Century building techniques. There is now a new monitoring software measuring temperature and humidity in the stone church known as Mission Concepcion. The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Graduate Department of Architecture professor and students are working with the Archdiocese and architectural firm Ford, Powell, Carson, to modify the cooling and heating system of the old church.
The deathly face of “La Catrina” depicts various professions on decorative tile by local artist Alejandra Martinez Hernandez.
Hernandez paints the image on canvas, which is then transferred to small tiles. Customers and tourists love the art, as her “La Catrina” tiles are selling faster than anything else she has ever done.
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