Posted on · Despite not having much of a winter, Houston does have a strong contingent of curling enthusiasts. Houston Matters host Craig Cohen takes us to meet some of them and tries his hand at the sport.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Could the #MeToo movement have played a role in who didn't get selected as a James Beard Award semifinalist? Then, we explore the gentrification of Houston's Third Ward. Our non-experts break down The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the week’s news. And we find some people actually participating in the winter sport of curling here in Houston.
Posted on · With the Winter Olympics underway, Houston Matters found plenty of people -- both young and old -- playing hockey in Greater Houston, despite the minimal ice rinks and the lack of a professional team.
Posted on · You might not think skiing is a big deal in Greater Houston, given our steamy weather and flat terrain -- but you'd be wrong. Houston Public Media's Edel Howlin finds where skiers hang out in Houston.
Posted on · The first week of Winter Olympics is almost over. Here’s who we’re watching next, and a quick recap of recent Olympic highlights
Posted on · Maggie Martin visits the Memorial Figure Skating Club of Houston to talk with local skaters and trainers about what draws them to the sport.
Posted on · Living in Houston, you might feel pretty far removed from the world of winter sports. But, surprisingly, plenty of individuals and clubs throughout Greater Houston are dedicated to sports like figure skating, skiing, hockey -- and even curling.
Posted on · A preliminary round Tuesday features the Olympic Athletes of Russia head to head with Team USA
Posted on · The women's giant slalom was postponed due to high winds at the 2018 Winter Olympics at the Yongpyong Alpine Center, Pyeongchang, South Korea
Posted on · While powerhouse states like Colorado and California are sending the most Olympians to Pyeongchang, towns and cities around the U.S. have good reason to watch their daughters and sons compete as well
Posted on · On Friday's show: We get the latest on budget concerns at HISD. We take a closer look at Korean culture in Greater Houston. We discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And Bryan Mealer discusses his book about the booms and busts of life in the oil industry.
Posted on · Here’s what to keep an eye on as we wait for the opening ceremony to begin