Posted on Here's Craig Cohen’s conversation with Professor Jeffrey Pilcher about the globalization of Mexican food.
Posted on A tropical storm warning is in effect in the Houston area as Tropical Storm Bill begins to hit the coast. The storm is forecasted to bring heavy rains to the area over the next few days, along with the possibility of tropical storm force winds and tornadoes. The storm is expected to add to the […]
Posted on Brandon Rottinghaus and Craig Cohen take on election night.
Posted on Parents of missing journalist Austin Tice talk with Houston Matters preview
Posted on Houston Matters is gearing up to discuss the Houston/Dallas rivalry. Houstonians, join the conversation Friday at noon firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-440-8870. In the meantime, Host Craig Cohen — native Midwesterner — shares his top ten list of things he loves about Houston so far.
Posted on This weekend, professional improvisers, much like those folks from the old TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway, will perform at the 2013 Houston Improv Festival. As a longtime improv performer myself, rather than just bring you the usual sort of interview, I thought I might flex my improvisational muscles, and engage festival organizer Todd Boring in some improv games and learn about the festival along the way.
Posted on In a pair of lectures Monday in Houston, ophthalmologist and art buff Dr. Richard Fish will discuss how common eye diseases may have impacted some of the works of prominent artists. He shares examples with KUHF's Craig Cohen.
Posted on The Houston Astros resume their series against the Texas Rangers tonight. The Astros kicked off the 2013 Major League Baseball season Sunday with an 8-2 victory over Texas. It's not just a new season for Houston — the 'Stros are in a new league, with a roster filled with new faces, a new manager — Bo Porter — and it’s all part of a new direction set by owner Jim Crane. KUHF's Craig Cohen sat down at Minute Maid Park with Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow to discuss what the franchise characterizes as a "whole new ballgame."
Posted on William Shakespeare's play Henry V is currently being performed at the Main Street Theater in Houston. It's a co-production of Main Street and the Prague Shakespeare Company, a theater troupe based in the Czech Republic, but with roots here in Houston.
Posted on Michael Brosowski, founder of the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation, saves trafficked or homeless children, often one at a time.
Posted on A Santa Fe art teacher and a nurse's aide in Alief are among a spate of Texas educators recently accused of improper relationships with students. Former Houston Independent School District Press Secretary Terry Abbott is working with schools to identify, address, and hopefully prevent such situations. He tells KUHF's Craig Cohen this happens too often in Texas.