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Full Show: Teacher Pay Raise Proposal, And How College Has Changed (Jan. 16, 2018)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We learn about a proposal to fund teacher pay raises. We break down the latest political stories. We explore how the experience of college has changed over the years. And a project puts artwork on billboards.

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Is Houston Ready for the Super Bowl and Will There Be Long-Term Benefits?

Posted on · Super Bowl 51 in Houston is now just weeks away. What’s been done to get the Bayou City ready to host such a high-profile event. What preparations remain? We find out from Mike Waterman, president of the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau. Mike Waterman joins us to discuss the investment Houston First has made in the area […]

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Super Bowl LI Preparation, and Montrose Management District: Friday’s Show (December 9, 2016)

Posted on · Super Bowl 51 in Houston is now just weeks away. What’s been done to get the Bayou City ready to host such a high-profile event. What preparations remain? We find out from Mike Waterman, president of the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau. Mike Waterman joins us to discuss the investment Houston First has made in the area […]

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New Master Plan Could Bring Changes to Houston’s Theater District

Posted on · Since we’re broadcasting live today from Jones Plaza in Houston’s theater district, we thought this would be an opportune time to learn more about what the theater district has to offer, what impact it has on the Houston economy and some ways it might be changing in the coming years. We talk with two guests: Kathryn McNiel, […]