Houston Matters

Dealing With Abandoned Oil & Gas Wells, And Helping Artists Of Color (Sept. 30, 2021)

Posted on · On Thursday's show: Understanding a power grid winterization loophole for natural gas companies, dealing with the problem of abandoned oil and gas wells, and financial help for artists of color.

Center Aisle Blues - Laura Gutierrez

Houston Matters

CounterCurrent Festival Highlights Female And Minority Empowerment

Posted on · Houston Matters learns more about the annual CounterCurrent festival, a multi-day event featuring themes driven by women and artists of color sharing their perspectives.

Houston Matters

Full Show: Harvey’s Effect On Drinking Water, And Dealing With The Storm’s Psychological Challenges (Oct. 5, 2017)

Posted on · On Thursday's edition of Houston Matters: We learn how Houston's drinking water supply managed to come through Harvey clean. We discuss the mental health challenges many survivors will face in the short- and long-term future And we learn about a new art exhibit that focuses heavily on patterns and repetition.

Houston Matters

The Future is Female Festival Highlights Theatre By Women

Posted on · (Above: Dana Bowman and Brandy N. Carie of Collective 48, which is organizing stagings and readings of plays in Houston as a part of the national The Future is Female Festival. Photo: Michael Hagerty, Houston Public Media)March is Women's History Month, but instead of spending the month looking at the strides women have made for […]

Arts InSight

Texas vs. the Federal Government, and School Closures: Wednesday’s Show (August 17, 2016)

Posted on · Texas has always had a bit of a contentious relationship with the federal government — especially lately. One report says that, since Pres. Obama took office in 2009, his administration has been sued by the state at least 43 times. One of the most recent lawsuits deals with transgender children and bathrooms in schools, and […]