Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Trains stopped on tracks has made traffic a nightmare at times in Houston’s East End. A plan to build underpasses aims to help. We discuss why such transportation improvements often take so long and are so complicated.
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we talk about how the arts and culture scene has changed here in the past decade.
Posted on · Award-winning singer/songwriters, Wendy and Lisa, share candid insight into their contributions to music during their tenure with Prince and The Revolution. This episode is an encore of the October 2, 2021 broadcast.
Posted on · The fine and performing arts sector is the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: How COVID-19 is affecting the homeless, performing arts organizations cope with lost seasons, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and listeners talk about the significant songs in their lives.
Posted on · Houston native Patrick Wang tells us about his two-part film, A Bread Factory.
Posted on · John Abodeely discusses how Houston Arts Alliance is promoting the city and helping cultural organizations be better prepared for natural disasters.
Posted on · John Dreyfus talks with Joshua Zinn about the Jewish Book & Arts Festival at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center.
Posted on · Joshua Zinn visits Rice University's production of the play, which combines elements of 90s culture and a trope-heavy fantasy world.
Posted on · Workshops aim to help post-Harvey arts community prepare for disasters
Posted on · Joshua Zinn finds out how Obsidian Theater adapted Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead horror trilogy.
Posted on · Ahead of this weekend’s LibroFEST, writer Christopher Flakus discusses the burgeoning Chicano literature scene in Houston.
Posted on · Urban planning expert Elizabeth Currid-Halkett explains why Houston could benefit from further investment in the arts.
Posted on · Raul Edwards, the event's founder, talks about the festival and its origins.
Posted on · Janette Cosley of the Ensemble Theatre tells the story of a mother's unlikely experience bonding with her sons at the theater.