Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn why a measure that would have set a minimum down payment recquired in order to bond out of jail on certain offenses failed to pass, we discuss where the infrastructre stands for electric vehicles in Houston, and we learn about a new exhibit on the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Posted on · Thursday's Houston Matters: Roadway safety concerns over TxDOT's largest road projects, Houston's Pride Festival preview, Holocaust Museum of Houston's new renovations, and Rabbi Barry Gelman about what keeping it Kosher means.
Posted on · "The Texas Liberator: Witness to the Holocaust" is on display at Holocaust Museum Houston through Oct. 28.
Posted on · Dr. Kelly Zúñiga of Holocaust Museum Houston tells us about the 20-year-long art project based on a poem by a child imprisoned at a concentration camp.
Posted on · (Above: An artist’s rendering of the renovation and expansion planned for Holocaust Museum Houston. Image Courtesy: HMH) Holocaust Museum Houston has announced plans to more than double its size, making it the nation's fourth-largest Holocaust museum. Some two-thirds of the current museum, located on Caroline Street in the Museum District, will be torn down to […]
Posted on · A multi-million dollar donation has enabled to HMH to move forward with plans to expand into the fourth largest Holocaust museum in the country.
Posted on · The Butterfly Project is a 20-year-long art initiative that started with a group of Houston teachers who wanted to commemorate the 1.5 million children whose lives were lost during the Holocaust. Houston Matters producer Maggie Martin visited the exhibit at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medicial Center with Dr. Kelly Zúñiga, executive director of Holocaust Museum Houston. Zúñiga […]