Posted on · Stanton Welch of Houston Ballet and Rob Melrose of The Alley Theatre explain how their productions of "The Nutcracker" and "A Christmas Carol" have changed over the years and what these annual traditions mean for Houston.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We get the latest on overcrowding and understaffing at the Harris County jail as county leaders prepare to meet with state officials about those problems.
Posted on · History professor Nancy Beck Young says health -- not age -- should decide that question. But how voters see it depends on their side of the political aisle.
Posted on · Former U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin talks about his book, "The Constitution in Jeopardy," ahead of an event in Houston this week.
Posted on · Craig Cohen and his producing team look back on the daily program’s history and memorable moments.
Posted on · Houston Matters visits the Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: What's the fate of many provisional ballots cast on Election Day after some Harris County polling places had delays in opening?
Posted on · On Friday's show: A major highway closure begins this weekend, we find out who the Texans selected in the NFL Draft, we learn what "agrihoods" are, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week, and Andrés Orozco-Estrada talks about his tenure with the Houston Symphony ahead of his final concert.
Posted on · A local mother and a family psychologist discuss how the new Disney/Pixar film depicts the challenges of adolescence.
Posted on · Our city has had more than its share of natural disasters in recent years. But, unlike recent disaster films such as Moonfall and Don't Look up, no A-list celebrities came to save us. But is there anything these very fictional disasters can teach a city like Houston that's prone to very real -- and very destructive -- ones?
Posted on · In the monthly Houston Matters film segment, we discuss Eastwood's new film, Cry Macho, and how the concept of masculinity has evolved in recent decades.
Posted on · With the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy, we discuss how product endorsements and marketing deals have affected what’s on the silver screen.
Posted on · Fast cars and high-speed chases are staples of the Fast & Furious franchise but a problem for Houston roadways, as we explore in this month’s installment of our monthly film segment, The Bigger Picture.
Posted on · In the Houston Matters monthly film segment, we discuss why audiences are so drawn to good villains.
Posted on · With the recent release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League -- a four-hour re-edit of the 2017 film -- we discuss the history of such re-edits and director's cuts seeing the light of day.