Posted on · On this episode, we explore the world of one of the greatest Sci-Fi franchises in history with the Star Wars Enthusiasts of Houston; Gail Delaughter investigates METRO's suggestion for eliminating rider fees; a conversation with the late, great, legendary Broadway composer and lyricist Jerry Herman, film critic Dustin Chase reviews 1917, The Song of Names, and Just Mercy; plus the music of Say Girl Say.
Posted on · In 2006, Houston PBS' Ernie Manouse sat down with Wilder to discuss the difficulties of breaking into show business, the joy of collaborating with Mel Brooks, and his memories of life with his then late wife Gilda Radner.
Posted on · Sean Patrick Flanery, an actor you might know from his roles as Young Indy in the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and his roles in The Boondock Saints, Dexter and Powder, first fell in love with the stage while attending Houstonâs University of St. Thomas. He’s also a writer, having penned his first novel, called Jane […]
Posted on · Last week, the American Lung Association released its 17th annual "State of the Air" report, which says Houston – when it comes to ozone – is the 15th most polluted city in the U.S. But what does that mean and what's being done to address it? On this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss air […]