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Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Antibody Testing Survey, And Retiring In Houston (Sept. 8, 2020)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Show: Searching door to door for those who've had COVID-19 in the past, Houston City Council Member Martha Castex-Tatum answers questions, what's keeping Houston from being a top choice for retirees, new teachers share their thoughts about about their first day of school, and the state of fishing in Galveston Bay.

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Full Show: Pres. Trump Visits The Border, And A Mass Shooting Survivor’s Unusual Response (Jan. 10, 2019)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: President Trump visits the Texas-Mexico border. A mass shooting survivor takes action to help people like her attacker. Dwight Silverman discusses the latest technology news. And local food writers discuss their favorite seafood restaurants.

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Full Show: Restored Question On 2020 Census, And Political Roundup (March 28, 2018)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We learn that a question about citizenship will appear on the 2020 census, our panel of experts discuss the latest political stories, the recent data breach from Facebook, and choreographer Garrett Smith, tells Michael Hagerty about his piece 'Imitations', which will be performed at Houston’s annual Dance Salad festival, March 29-31.

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Full Show: Political Roundup, And Our Privacy At Risk With Social Media (March 28, 2018)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: Our panel of experts discuss the latest political stories, the recent data breach from Facebook, and choreographer Garrett Smith, tells Michael Hagerty about his piece 'Imitations', which will be performed at Houston’s annual Dance Salad festival, March 29-31.

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Full Show: Harvey’s Environmental Impact, And High Schoolers Bridging The Political Divide (March 22, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn more about the environmental impact of Hurricane Harvey. Then, some high school students have created an event aimed at bridging the nation's political divide. Also, we discover how NASA is using virtual reality technology. And we learn about efforts to preserve an historic fire station in Galveston.

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Is This the Year Virtual Reality Finally Becomes Mainstream? New Tech for 2016

Posted on · The International Consumer Electronics Show starts tomorrow (Jan. 6, 2016) in Las Vegas. The annual electronics and technology trade show gives us a preview of what technology is on the horizon – and could soon be making its way into your home, car and life. Dwight Silverman, technology blogger for the Houston Chronicle, joins us […]