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Full Show: What Houstonians Miss Most, And Cleopatra’s Backstory (April 6, 2018)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Residents of a Houston development that flooded during Harvey are suing the designer. Then, longtime Houstonians discuss what long-lost elements of the city they miss the most. Plus, our non-experts discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And we learn about Cleo, a new play at the Alley Theatre about the making of the 1963 film Cleopatra.

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New Flood Czar Steve Costello Answers Your Questions

Posted on · Earlier this month, during his first State of the City speech — and on the heels of catastrophic flooding in mid-April — Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner appointed former city council member Steven Costello as the city’s “flood czar.” Costello hopes the city’s “Rebuild Houston” infrastructure program can help address flooding. We find out how and welcome your questions for Steve […]

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What Ideas Does Houston’s New Flood Czar Have To Address Flooding?

Posted on · Greater Houston has experienced three major floods in less than 12 months. Following the latest “Tax Day Floods,” Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner appointed Steve Costello as “flood czar.” News 88.7’s Florian Martin sat down with the former Houston city council member and engineer at a cafe in Montrose. Costello says he was not expecting to be named to […]