Captain L.G. Boyd and researcher Sepp Haukebo are catching fish as part of a grant to better understand what chemical pollution ends up in the bay during storms and flooding events.

Energy & Environment

Galveston Bay researchers are fishing for data about chemical runoff — literally

Posted on · Industrial facilities along Houston’s Ship Channel are increasingly at risk of flooding as climate change accelerates rising sea levels and strengthens storms. Now, local researchers are examining how pollution runoff during these flood events is impacting the bay’s ecosystem -- and how to mitigate it.

Full Menu

The Full Menu: Houston’s Best Sushi Spots

Posted on · Houston has a lot of sushi places, so it seemed pretty fitting to dedicate an entire edition of The Full Menu to the different sushi choices all over the Greater Houston region. Today’s conversation features: Katharine Shilcutt of Houstonia Magazine, David Leftwich of Sugar and Rice Magazine, and Eric Sandler of CultureMap Houston. Restaurants Mentioned […]

Good, Bad and Ugly

Houston Makes Another List and A Record-Setting Fish: The Good The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · From more online cred for H-town, to the largely debunked gluten-free craze reaching Smashburger, to a record-setting giant fish reeled in near Galveston, we explore The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in Houston news with our rotating panel of “non-experts.” Joining us for a special Thursday edition this week is Russ Capper from The […]

Page 1 of 11