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Silent films get a new twist when local composers Jaime Arroyo and Gerald Massoud perform their original scores to classic Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin shorts.
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Indie band The Tontons performs in Houston Public Media’s Geary Performance Studio and discusses Houston’s impact on their success.
What movies have influenced the lives of Houstonians the most? Houston Matters looks at the MFAH’s series of movie screenings by well-known residents.
Subpoenas are withdrawn against five pastors opposed to Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance
The high-tech trailer will travel to schools throughout the district.
Rice University scientists are building models and maps of coast’s biggest vulnerabilities
Students made the trip to the NASA site in Virginia
Seventy percent of U.S. metro areas added construction jobs, September 2013-September 2014.
The infamous 18th-century queen gets a contemporary analysis.
The director of Rice Space Institute weighs in on the Antares malfunction.
Data included in new report on HPD staffing.
Ministers representing various denominations met outside Houston City Hall Tuesday morning.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn says Washington missed opportunities by not working together.
New dog park is one element of reconstruction at Buffalo Bayou Park.
Exhibition tells the story of Memorial Park's previous life as WWI camp.
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