I SEE U

I SEE U, Episode 52: A Concealed Treasure Once Incognito

Posted on · Jazz vocalist Maysa stays in her musical lane but acknowledges shades of racism in the industry when more prevalent, white vocalists shine brighter in the mainstream spotlight than Black artists whose culture once started the genre in the first place

Houston Matters

Addressing noise from Washington Ave. bars, and actor Jeff Goldblum (May 3, 2022)

Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Proposed changes to the city's noise ordinance are being voted on this week to address noise stemming from Washington Avenue bars. Plus Harris County Commissioner Jack Cagle answers your questions. Then actor Jeff Goldblum talks about performing with his jazz band. And Houstonian KC Davis talks about her new book, How to Keep House While Drowning.

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Wednesday’s Show: Dennis Bonnen’s Demise And The Week In Politics (Oct. 23, 2019)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: In our weekly political roundup, we discuss the news that Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen won’t seek reelection after a recent scandal. Plus a local organization celebrates the 80th birthday of Blue Note Records.

Unwrap Your Candies Now

Da Camera Embarks On A New Season Of Chamber Music And Jazz, And “Sister” Takes Us Behind-The-Scenes Of Catechism Class

Posted on · Da Camera explores prominent women, the birthdays of Blue Note Records and Beethoven, and more. Plus, “Sister” Denise Fennell stops by the studio.

Houston Matters

Full Show: Legislature Preview, And Wynton Marsalis (Nov. 30, 2018)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: We discuss how the newly signed U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement might affect Houston businesses. We preview the 2019 Texas Legislature. Our non-experts break down the week’s news. And trumpeter Wynton Marsalis discusses his love of holiday music.

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Full Show: Lessons From Hurricane Alicia, And Celebrating Anett Cobb (Aug. 10, 2018)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in Houston this morning about the government's efforts to combat violent crime, we talk with Brandon Rottinghaus for an analysis, we reflect on lessons learned from Hurricane Alicia in 1983. Then, our “non-experts” discuss The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the news. And local musicians celebrate the 100th birthday of Houston jazz legend Arnett Cobb.