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Full Show: Mexican-American Studies, And Discovery Green Turns Ten (April 13, 2018)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: The state has approved a Mexican-American studies course. We preview the Art Car Parade. Discovery Green turns ten. We break down The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of this week’s news. And we go inside the satirical advice podcast My Brother, My Brother and Me.

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Full Show: Flood Mitigation Tactics, And Dealing With Towing Companies (April 5, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We examine a new report on ways to prevent flooding. Then, we discuss the future of autonomous vehicles in Houston. Plus, we discuss dealing with towing companies. And we learn about the contributions of women in architecture.

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Full Show: DOJ Suing The City, And UH Chancellor Renu Khator (March 1, 2018)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn about a DOJ lawsuit against the City of Houston. UH Chancellor Renu Khator answers your questions. We learn how the Great Migration helped and hurt African Americans. And a concert combines classical music with elements of a murder mystery.

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Cosmic Collisions: Neil deGrasse Tyson Says None Of Us Would Be Here Without Them

Posted on · Ahead of his Houston lecture on Jan. 15, Tyson tells Houston Matters producer Joshua Zinn that without cosmic objects like asteroids colliding with other bodies like the earth, the dinosaurs would still be at the top of the food chain. And he discusses the challenges science faces these days.

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Full Show: Rep. Gene Green, And Conversations We’re Thankful For (Nov. 21, 2017)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Rep. Gene Green talks about his decision to retire. We preview the Dynamo's playoff series against Seattle. And we revisit conversations from the past year that we're thankful for -- everything from a story about Scrabble clubs to a visit to the Moody Gardens aquarium.