Town Square

For The Performing Arts, The Show Must Go On

Posted on · The author of Singular Sensation: The Triumph of Broadway, goes behind the scenes of iconic musicals that changed the landscape of theater, and local theaters, companies, and performers share the ways they have adapted their shows to keep audiences safe during the COVID pandemic.

Town Square

How Do You Thank A Veteran For Their Service? Veterans Weigh In On The Weight They Carry

Posted on · After 245 years, the United States Army finally gets a national museum, a historian gives contexts to modern songs and how storytelling keeps their history alive, and veterans find their work isn't done after leaving the service.

Town Square

After Early Voting Breaks Records And Heightens Emotions, Election Day Is Finally Here

Posted on · A University of Houston researcher assesses systemic barriers and opportunities for civic engagement in Harris County, our panel of voting experts your last-minute voting questions, and live reports from polling locations by Houston Public Media reporters.

Houston Matters

How Houston’s Most Vulnerable Are Still Being Evicted (Oct. 8, 2020)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Why some people are losing their homes without being evicted, Congressional candidate Sri Preston Kulkarni answers questions, food writers dish on the sweetest treats in town, and addressing maternal mortality in Harris County.

Houston Matters

Calls For Ken Paxton’s Resignation, And Congressional Candidate Mike Siegel (Oct. 6, 2020)

Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Inside the latest allegations against the state's attorney general, a conversation with Congressional candidate Mike Siegel, journalist Peter Baker discusses the career of James Baker, and the concept of architectural activism.