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Lawsuit over warrantless raid (Feb. 2, 2024)

Posted on · On Friday's show: Three officers are being sued for conducting a no-knock, warrantless entry of a Houston man's home in the middle of the night and holding him and his wife at gunpoint. Also, our panel of non-experts weighs in on The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week. And we meet the classical crossover trio Time for Three.

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Solar eclipse in Texas (Oct. 13, 2023)

Posted on · On Friday's show: A “ring of fire” solar eclipse is headed the Lone Star state’s way on Saturday. We learn who will be able to see it, how to do so safely, and what we’ll be able to see here in the Bayou City.

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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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The superfast highway of the future (May 5, 2023)

Posted on · On Friday's show: It may sound like science fiction, but research from the University of Houston outlines a fuel-efficient concept for moving vehicles along a modified highway system of the future at up to 400 miles an hour, making some aspects of air travel obsolete.

Pictured Left to Right: Left - Kelvin Harrison Jr. as Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges from the film Chevalier, Middle- Oscar Nominated and Emmy Award winning composer Kris Bowers, Right: Kelvin Harrison Jr. as Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges and Joseph Prowen as Mozart from the film Chevalier

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I SEE U, Episode 83: An Erasure of Black Excellence with Kris Bowers

Posted on · Award-winning film composer and genre-defying musician, Kris Bowers, shares insight into how he’s shaped his remarkably versatile career and what steered his passion to working on his latest project, Chevalier.

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What it would take to bring Brittney Griner home, and Indian composer and violinist L. Subramaniam (Aug. 5, 2022)

Posted on · On Friday's show: An international relations expert explains what it might take for the United States to arrange for Griner's release after her guilty verdict and sentencing. Then, we discuss how a recent ruling limiting the EPA's power might affect Houston. And Indian composer and violinist L. Subramaniam talks about his concert in Houston this weekend celebrating 75 years of Indian independence.

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