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Krazy Kat Music was a staple of the St. Mary’s music scene before its closing in 2014, but a new owner is breathing life back into the property. Founded by Eugene Ng in March 1990, Krazy Kat Music was one of San Antonio’s only independent music stores. Not only a local Guitar Center alternative, the shop at 3020 N. St. Mary’s Street served as a forum and stage for musicians of all levels of skill and notoriety throughout...

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For years, some of the first faces prospective students see when visiting Trinity have been the all-female AcaBellas and the all-male Trinitones. Aside from traditions like weekly Happy Fridays in Coates and concerts amidst the panicked storm and stress of finals every semester, Trinity’s two a cappella groups also perform at numerous functions both around campus and around San Antonio. According to senior AcaBella Camilla Manca and junior Trinitone Nico Champion, the AcaBellas was formed...

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“Maybe I shouldn’t have worn a sweater today,” said Joseph Kneer, conductor of the Trinity Symphony Orchestra. He lifted his baton and began another run of the fast and regal “Awake the Harp” movement. Despite the orchestra’s resonating, clear and bold sound, Kneer halted the piece midway through to correct an error. He uttered a profanity, removed his sweater from over his shirt and tossed it to the floor below. In response to the unexpected...