Posted on · New, permanent, multimedia exhibits at Asia Society Texas highlight the cultures of China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam while directing visitors how to find and experience elements of those cultures here in Houston.
Posted on · On Friday's show: State lawmakers have plans to reduce property taxes across Texas. How much will it save typical homeowners? And we discuss how unlimited paid time off models work at businesses adopting that benefit model.
Posted on · On Friday's show: A new survey suggests most Texans agree on certain restrictions on guns. We learn what those are. And Michael Abels, the composer who created the scores for Jordan Peele's films Get Out, Us, and Nope, talks about his work and the piece he created for shows in Houston this weekend.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Legislation to protect Texas from storm surge moves forward in the U.S. Senate, Huma Abedin discusses her new memoir ahead of an event in Houston, and we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: The case for more prosecutors at the DA's office, a new book follows several Houston families repeatedly rocked by flooding, and actor Kal Penn talks about his career and about changing the way Indian-Americans are depicted in TV and film.
Posted on · Asia Society Texas presents performances by Zeshan B and Sandeep Das.
Posted on · She talks about growing up disabled and Muslim ahead of her Feb. 8 event with Asia Society Texas Center.
Posted on · On this episode, we visit with actress, comedian, and activist Maysoon Zayid; discuss Sweden's Melodifestivalen with famed dancer Edin Jusuframic; welcome back Mattiel with a cover of The White Stripes' "The Air Near My Fingers", and our Pop Culture Conclave once again reconvenes- Dustin Chase, Justin McKee & Eddie Robinson.
Posted on · The Lunar New Year celebration begins next week as communities across Houston, and across the globe, welcome the Year of the Pig!
Posted on · An immersive photography exhibition offers a rarely seen glimpse at life in the infamously restricted country.