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Full Show: Prison Heat Lawsuit, And Japanese Investment In Houston (May 7, 2018)

Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: A potential settlement is near in a class action lawsuit over heat in a Texas prison. Then, Texas and Japanese officials meet in Houston for an economic summit. Plus, a local veterinarian answers your pet care questions. And Jeff Balke updates us on local sports.

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Anime Matsuri Convention In Houston Goes Forward As Planned, Despite Some Controversy

Posted on · Houston Matters goes inside the annual Anime Matsuri convention, which is under a cloud of some controversy. As this controversy unfolds, the convention goes forward and is expected to draw thousands to the GRB over the coming days.

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One Bin Recycling, NASA’s Predecessor and Anime: Friday’s Show (April 3, 2015)

Posted on · If you’ve been waiting eagerly for Houston’s “one bin” recycling program, don’t hold your breath. It’s still unclear when the program might begin. The original idea was to have every piece of household trash — including recyclables — go into one bin. The money to develop this idea came from Former New York Mayor Michael […]

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The Art of Japanese Noh Theater Masks

Posted on · We learn about an exhibit featuring carved wooden masks from the Japanese tradition of Noh theater, where actors would wear these elegantly hand-crafted masks. The exhibit, Traditions Transfigured: The Noh Masks of Bidou Yamaguchi, runs Oct. 25, 2014, through Feb. 15, 2015, at the Asia Society Texas Center. We hear from curator Bridget Bray and artist Bidou Yamaguchi.