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Tuesday’s Show: How Coronavirus Is Affecting Oil And Gas, And Sheriff Ed Gonzalez (March 10, 2020)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: How coronavirus fears are affecting oil prices, Harris Co. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez answers your questions, a local dietitian offers advice on giving up certain foods for health reasons, and Chef Najmieh Batmanglij on Persian food.

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Full Show: HISD Accreditation Investigation, And Comedian Aasif Mandvi (Jan. 23, 2019)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: A state agency is investigating HISD, we discuss the latest political news, comedian Aasif Mandvi talks about his career, and we learn about an event called A Night of Philosophy and Ideas.

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Musical Group Preserves Asian Culture Through Unique Stringed Instruments

Posted on · IIIZ+ (Three Zee Plus) is a musical group formed in Germany, which features three different kinds of bridged Asian zithers. The group performs tonight (Sept. 23, 2016) at the Asia Society Texas Center. Houston Public Media's Dacia Clay talks with two of the performers, Maruta Miki and Jocelyn Clark, along with Stephanie Todd Wong, the […]

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White Oak Music Hall, Death Penalty Study, and IIIZ+: Friday’s Show (September 23, 2016)

Posted on · If you're a live music fan, you've probably heard about White Oak Music Hall – a multi-stage venue that opened on Houston's Near Northside neighborhood this year. And if you live near the venue, you either think it's a terrific sign of positive redevelopment, or a noise nuisance that never should've been allowed in the […]

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The Full Menu: Best Places to Eat in the Museum District

Posted on · On June 28, 2016 Houston Matters paid a visit to Houston’s Museum District to tape a full show in front of a live audience at the Asia Society Texas Center. The 2016 Houston Matters Roadshow focused on the Museum District and so we asked our trio of Houston food writers, who collaborate to bring you […]

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The Art of Japanese Noh Theater Masks

Posted on · We learn about an exhibit featuring carved wooden masks from the Japanese tradition of Noh theater, where actors would wear these elegantly hand-crafted masks. The exhibit, Traditions Transfigured: The Noh Masks of Bidou Yamaguchi, runs Oct. 25, 2014, through Feb. 15, 2015, at the Asia Society Texas Center. We hear from curator Bridget Bray and […]