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Solar eclipse in Texas (Oct. 13, 2023)

On Friday’s show: A “ring of fire” solar eclipse is headed the Lone Star state’s way on Saturday. We learn who will be able to see it, how to do so safely, and what we’ll be able to see here in the Bayou City.

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On Friday’s show: A "ring of fire" solar eclipse is headed the Lone Star state's way on Saturday. We learn who will be able to see it, how to do so safely, and what we'll be able to see here in the Bayou City.

Also this hour: From an EPA threat about ozone levels here, to some final clarification about Mattress Mack not throwing any ceremonial first pitches at Astros playoff games, we discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news.

And the Houston Symphony's annual Fiesta Sinfónica is Friday. Guest conductor Donato Cabrera tells us more about the concert featuring Hispanic and Latin American composers and themes.

 

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