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Full Show: How Arts Organizations Can Prepare For Disasters, And Teaching Etiquette In The 21st Century (March 15, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We get an update on the post-Harvey recovery process in Fort Bend County. Then, local arts organizations share the lessons they learned from Harvey. Plus, our non-experts discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And a local educator teaches college students etiquette.

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How Important People Act: Tips for Acting Professionally

Posted on · Chase Untermeyer has served a lot of roles in government. The Houston businessman is a former state legislator, port commissioner, assistant secretary of the Navy, a senior aide to a president and a former ambassador. His latest book is How Important People Act: Behaving Yourself in Public, and he talks about it with Houston Matters’ Edel […]

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When Do You Tip, and How Much?

Posted on · Have you ever had a moment when you receive your check for a meal, and you stare at it blankly, trying to figure out how much to tip the waiter? The different scenarios we face with tipping can vary, and trying to figure out when to tip and how much can lead to a lot […]

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What’s the Proper Ethics for Houston’s Many Parent Bloggers?

Posted on · A blogging conference coming up later this year is inviting Houston’s bloggers to discuss how to turn a blog from a hobby into a business. Organizers of Blog Elevated say last year’s conference drew an overwhelming number of parent bloggers. These are moms and dads who chronicle their family life, share tips and advice, and […]