Posted on · On Tuesday's show: A closer look at three legal proceedings affecting Houston, a conversation with City Councilman David Robinson, how Texas law enforcement agencies use hypnosis in investigations, and artist Jennifer May Reiland discusses her new exhibit.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Floods, hurricanes, chemical fires, last month’s freeze and power failures. A campaign once declared "Houston. It's Worth It." Is that still true?
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Establishing a county-funded deportation defense program, a conversation with Rep. Sylvia Garcia, the state of area real estate, and an immersive art exhibit inspired by Harvey.
Posted on · Learn about a multimedia art installation inspired by the storm, and meet one of the original stars of American Idol now singing on Broadway.
Posted on · “Sky Loop” uses video and dreamlike imagery to process memories of the storm.
Posted on · Flashback on Lawndale Art Center’s four decades of serving the community through contemporary art, and meet two singer-actors from a Tony Award-winning Best Musical.
Posted on · Each year, Lawndale Art Center invites artists living within a hundred mile radius of Houston to submit their art work for its annual juried exhibition called “The Big Show.” Houston Public Media's Ernie Manouse asks Lawndale Executive Director Christine West why an "open call" show like this is so important to Houston and its art […]
Posted on · It's by no means a new idea. But the recently formed Bay Area Coastal Protection Alliance is trying to move the coastal barrier idea forward. On this edition of Houston Matters, we'll find out why, and hear the case for what is popularly-known as the “Ike Dike” to protect Galveston Bay communities from storm surge […]
Posted on · DÃa de los Muertos, or âDay of the Dead,â is a traditional Mexican holiday celebrated around the world on November 2nd. Many local organizations are marking the holiday with special events, including the Lawndale Art Center in downtown Houston. Producer Maggie Martin stopped by to talk with Executive Director Christine West to learn more about […]
Posted on · A new study calls Texans temperamental and uninhibited…an airline passenger is bumped from a flight at Bush for being only 44 minutes early…Bellaire gets props for being the best community in the nation for trick-or-treating…we explore these and other oddities with our panel of non-experts, as weÂ parseÂ The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly […]