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Could Houston Have a River Walk, and Littering: Friday’s Show (April 14, 2017)

Posted on · If you’ve been to the River Walk in San Antonio, you’ve seen — or even ridden — the barges that take tourists down the river. Well, last year, a Houston architecture and design company won a competition to design new boats, replacing the aging fleet. Metalab Studio has created a new design for the river […]

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Group Combines Shakespeare with Traditional Indian Dance

Posted on · It might sound like a strange pairing – William Shakespeare and traditional Indian dance. But a Houston choreographer is exploring new territory by merging the two. News 88.7’s arts and culture reporter Amy Bishop has more on a performance uniting eastern and western art forms from Silambam Houston Indian Classical Arts. The group performs its production of […]

Houston Symphony – Summer Community Concerts

Posted on · This summer, the Houston Symphony is bringing the fun right to your front door with their FREE Summer Community Concert Series! Led by Houston Symphony Associate Conductor Robert Franz, these entertaining and dynamic performances will be enjoyed by the entire family! Be sure to join the Houston Symphony for a program of Epic Tales in […]

Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series: Live Stream

Posted on ·   Houston Public Media is proud to present the live streaming of poet Tracy K. Smith’s reading of her memoir, Ordinary Light, as part of the Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series.   About the Novel TRACY K. SMITH’s memoir Ordinary Light, “one of the most anticipated books of 2015” (Time Out New York), and […]

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What’s Missing from the City’s New Arts and Culture Plan?

Posted on · Last week (10/14/15), the Houston City Council adopted a new Arts and Cultural Plan for the city — it’s first in 22 years. The goal? To harness all the cultural assets the city has to offer, identify the programming needs of audiences and patrons and the funding needs of institutions. While the plan passed and […]

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Steve Costello Mayoral Candidate Interview: Tuesday’s Show (September 15, 2015)

Posted on · On Tuesdays through Sept. 22, 2015, we offer you a chance to speak directly with the major candidates running to be the next mayor of the City of Houston. We continue on this edition with Houston City Council Member Steve Costello. Costello is a civil engineer, the co-founder and president of the engineering and surveying firm Costello Inc. […]