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What the end of Title 42 could mean for Houston (May 11, 2023)

Posted on · On Thursday's show: We consider the state of Houston's immigration services, we learn about a controversial case involving a Texas Ranger, and the Apollo Chamber Players celebrate their 15th year by going back to the beginning.

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Gov. Abbott’s legislative priorities (Feb. 22, 2023)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: In an interview with the Texas Tribune, Gov. Greg Abbott said he intends to be "heavily involved" in the effort to establish school vouchers this legislative session and backs criminalization of some health care treatments for transgender kids.

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Addressing violent crime, and Houston’s best food halls (Sept. 7, 2022)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Some local members of law enforcement, politicians, and some candidates for office speak out about the need to address violent crime in the area. Then we discuss the latest developments in politics. And local writers talk about their favorite food halls around town.

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Another setback for the San Jacinto Waste Pits (April 15, 2022)

Posted on · On Friday's show: We learn about the latest delay in efforts to clean up a hazardous waste site. Plus, Houston will likely face stricter pollution standards to reduce smog. And we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week.

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Da Camera Embarks On A New Season Of Chamber Music And Jazz, And “Sister” Takes Us Behind-The-Scenes Of Catechism Class

Posted on · Da Camera explores prominent women, the birthdays of Blue Note Records and Beethoven, and more. Plus, “Sister” Denise Fennell stops by the studio.

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Full Show: Gun Control Debate Surfaces Again, And Ask The Allergy Doctor (Oct. 3, 2017)

Posted on · On Tuesday's edition of Houston Matters: How might the mass shooting in Las Vegas affect several pieces of gun-related legislation backed by Texas lawmakers? Also, an allergy expert answers your questions. And a Houston ensemble continues toward its goal of performing music from 20 different global cultures.

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Mercury Celebrates Holiday Season With “A Mexican Baroque Christmas”

Posted on · When you think of traditional holiday music, you might not think of Mexico. But the local chamber ensemble Mercury will highlight the sacred sounds of 17th-century Mexico with performances of A Mexican Baroque Christmas through Dec. 3. It's part of the ensemble's Neighborhood Concert Series. To learn more about the program – and to hear […]

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