Posted on · Episode: 2212 In which Joseph and John LeConte accept evolution as they themselves evolve. Today, a tale of two slaveholders.
Posted on · We learn about Houston’s Archway Gallery, which is owned by a cooperative of local artists. This allows the artists — spanning a variety of media — to control how their art is shown and sold to the public. We learn more about the gallery from artist/member John Slaby.
Posted on · We learn about the Museum of Fine Art Houston’s new exhibit John Singer Sargent: The Watercolors,Â which offers a rare collection of 100 watercolors by Gilded Age American master John Singer Sargent. Sargent’s was renowned for his mastery of the watercolor medium and for his avant garde way of framing subjects. The exhibit runs through […]
Posted on · Itâs really started to warm up in Houston in recent days â a reminder that, if you havenât already done so, this might be a good time to plant. We welcome your questions for horticulture expert John Gardner about tending your garden. From what to plant to how to care for it, what grows in […]
Posted on · In 1964, Houston philanthropists John and Dominique de Menil commissioned the famed Russian-born American painter Mark Rothko to create the Rothko Chapel, a sacred space for both art and contemplation located in the cityâs museum district. Now, 50 years after the commission, thereâs a series of events reflecting on the artist and his work planned […]
Posted on · Once a month, we'll offer you a chance to talk with a Houston-based certified financial planner and/or chartered financial consultant about your personal finance. From day to day budgeting to saving for retirement, we'll offer tips for how to navigate the financial world. Our guest is John Lopez, Clinical Assistant Professor at the Bauer College […]