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Houston Matters for Wed., Oct. 16, 2013

Houston is a city constantly in flux, redefining itself, rethinking itself. In a community and – let’s face it – a society constantly on the move, we can sometimes lose historical and cultural experiences along the way. From Astroworld’s carousel (left) to the downtown Houston Foley’s department store, from homes and offices to hotels, stores, and […]

Houston is a city constantly in flux, redefining itself, rethinking itself. In a community and – let’s face it – a society constantly on the move, we can sometimes lose historical and cultural experiences along the way. From Astroworld’s carousel (left) to the downtown Houston Foley’s department store, from homes and offices to hotels, stores, and churches, there are places, industries, experiences that once defined Houston that aren’t here anymore.

On this edition of Houston Matters, we ask longtime Houstonians what’s not here that you wish still was…and we ask new Houstonians what we don’t have that you wish we did.

Also: KUHF’s Laura Isensee and Andrew Schneider join us to discuss concerns over arrangements between financial institutions and universities to distribute student financial aid.

Plus: A pair of Houston arts publications are merging. We consider what the merger means for them, and for the Houston art scene.

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