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Classical Classroom, Episode 56: Very Verdi Classroom With Eric Skelly

Giuseppe Verdi: creative innovator, haver of a great Italian accent

Music In The Making: July 27th, 2014

It's a cornucopia of clarinets, featuring works by Poulenc, Weber, and Brahms!

Don't Frack on Me: Challenges to the Right to Drill

In Texas, a push by some to ban fracking.

Street Reconstruction Project Could Tie Up Traffic For A Year

Major construction is about to start on South Shepherd Drive.

Opera Cheat Sheet: The Magic Flute

Our quick intro to Mozart’s penultimate opera, this Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.

Number Of Mosquitoes With West Nile Surpasses That Of 2012

No human cases have been confirmed yet in Harris County.

Texas Abortion Rate Declines As Clinics Close Their Doors

13 percent drop re-ignites debate over state law’s new abortion restrictions

Public Poetry: Billie Duncan

Billie Duncan wants you to know her poems aren't about her. Usually.

Effort to Repeal Houston's Equal Rights Ordinance is Slow-Going

It's taking longer than expected to verify petition to repeal HERO ordinance.

Texas State Board Delays Textbook Order for Ethnic Studies

The delay comes after the board agreed to order books in April.