Posted on · Día de los Muertos kicks off on Wednesday. Free events around town will be hosted to kick off the start of the holiday.
Posted on · On Monday's show: Some school districts in the region are growing while others are shrinking. We learn how districts handle both.
Posted on · A day to commemorate and remember the lives of loved ones lost.
Posted on · Lanier High School art students built an altar dedicated to the students and teachers who lost their lives at the Robb Elementary School shooting.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We learn about what's on the ballot this Election Day, a conversation with City Council Member Amy Peck, what it's like to argue before the U.S. Supreme Court, and commemorating loved ones...under the sea.
Posted on · On today's Houston Matters: Lord John Browne, the former CEO of BP, discusses his book Make, Think, Imagine. We visit an all-day hackathon to develop solutions to environmental problems. And we learn about MECA's annual Dia de los Muertos Festival.
Posted on · Learn about traditions associated with the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead. Plus, go “backstage” with a couple of cool cats.
Posted on · Disney didn't share ethnic demographics for "Coco" ticket buyers
Posted on · DÃa de los Muertos, or âDay of the Dead,â is a traditional Mexican holiday celebrated around the world on November 2nd. Many local organizations are marking the holiday with special events, including the Lawndale Art Center in downtown Houston. Producer Maggie Martin stopped by to talk with Executive Director Christine West to learn more about […]
Posted on · A new study calls Texans temperamental and uninhibited…an airline passenger is bumped from a flight at Bush for being only 44 minutes early…Bellaire gets props for being the best community in the nation for trick-or-treating…we explore these and other oddities with our panel of non-experts, as weÂ parseÂ The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly […]