Houston Matters

The Year in Houston Transportation — 2016

Posted on · It happened in a flash — 2016 is almost in the books. It’s been a busy year for Greater Houston, so we’re taking some time this week to recap this past year’s biggest developments with our beat reporters, covering transportation, education, energy, politics and arts and culture and sports. But we begin with the year in […]

Arts InSight

True South: The Story Behind the Latest Sculptures Along Heights Blvd.

Posted on · Perhaps you were among the many who strolled down Heights Boulevard last year and posed for a picture in one of the over-sized lawn chairs on the esplanade. Well, the chairs were just one of many sculptures that comprised a public art exhibit called True North. Now, you may have noticed there are more sculptures: […]

Houston Matters

Frontier Jazz Orchestra Blends Jazz, Bluegrass and Chamber Music

Posted on · The Houston-based Frontier Jazz Orchestra is performing in town later this week. Jacqui Sutton is the lead vocalist and bandleader. She joins us to talk about the group’s blend of jazz, bluegrass, and orchestral/chamber music.