Posted on · Kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month, events will be held around town this weekend to celebrate Mexico's independence.
Posted on · The design would be on display from September 7 to October 23.
Posted on · Looking at Hispanic American culture and its influence in the United States.
Posted on · Former students at the Blackwell School in Marfa, Texas, who were once banned from speaking Spanish, have worked for years to preserve the school's history.
Posted on · Exploring the cultural diversity of Latin American cuisine.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We take a closer look at the local real estate market as interest rates continue to rise. And violinist Joshua Bell talks about his performances this weekend with the Houston Symphony.
Posted on · From Thursday through Sunday, a variety of restaurants, bars, businesses, museums and performing arts venues are holding events in recognition of Mexican Independence Day and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Posted on · Johnny Mata has dedicated more than half his life fighting against police brutality in Houston’s communities of color.
Posted on · As an educator, community leader and cultural ambassador, Dorothy Caram has dedicated her life to advancing Latino culture and education.
Posted on · He was an influential political and military figure in the Texas Revolution and in the early days of the Republic of Texas.
Posted on · Organizers talk about the Latino writers and cultural themes that will shine at this unique book and arts festival.
Posted on · Hispanic Heritage Month continues through Oct.15, and Latino writers and literature will be celebrated this Saturday at the annual LibroFEST, being held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Houston Public Librarys Central Library downtown. The event kicks off with a screening of War and Peace, the third episode in PBS six-part series Latino […]
Posted on · In 2012, Houston voters approved a $1.9 billion bond program to rebuild and renovate 40 schools. Now, district administrators say they are $200 million short due to construction market inflation; a teachers union rep and a school board member want an outside audit. On this edition of Houston Matters, we examine this budget battle over […]
Posted on · For the first time since 2002, the Texas Board of Education is considering more than 100 proposed social studies, history, geography and government textbooks, which publishers have submitted for approval and use in public schools statewide. While the board won't take a final vote until November, a public hearing the state board held earlier this […]