Posted on · Episode: 2309 Today, broken brushes. Brushes broken by people whose eyes will not see.
Posted on · Dr. Irene Guenther discusses her book, a collection of postcards hand-painted by artist Otto Schubert while fighting The Great War.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: Our political analysts break down the results from Election Day. Then, Ben Reiter discusses his book, Astroball. Plus, local food writers talk about their favorite places to get vegetarian and vegan cuisine. And we learn about some postcards from a soldier fighting World War I and their connection to Houston.
Posted on · (Above: One of many University of Houston student projects related to The Great Migration of African Americans from the South to large cities during the 20th century. Photo Courtesy: University of Houston/Flickr) Students from the University of Houston and Texas Southern University recently collaborated to produce an exhibit on the Great Migration — the historical […]
Posted on · Every year, the Houston Chronicle puts together a list of the best workplaces in Houston, based on employee surveys distributed through a third-party company. The 2017 results won't come until the fall, but, until then, what does make for a good workplace according to Houstonians? Is it the hours, the work space, the benefits, the […]
Posted on · The 2007 best-selling book (and 2013 film adaptation) Lone Survivor tells the story of Navy SEAL and Houston native Marcus Luttrell, the sole survivor of a gun battle during a mission in Afghanistan in 2005. Luttrell was badly wounded, and wasn’t rescued until several days after the battle. It’s a harrowing story, but as is […]