Posted on · The Saturday Night Live alum discusses why she calls her time on the show "traumatic" and her role in the new film based on a novel by Houston writer Katherine Center.
Posted on · This week, Ernie and company celebrate Sesame Street, introduce you to the Houston director of the new film Waves and share music inspired by The Powerpuff Girls.
Posted on · On Monday's show: A Houston student is suing her school district after being expelled for not standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. We learn about her case. Plus we remember the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match held at the Astrodome in 1973. And we recap the latest Houston sports news.
Posted on · In the 1990s, Tejano music singer Selena Quintanilla Perez made a rare crossover to mainstream American audiences. The movie Selena debuted two years after her murder.
Posted on · The Texas Renewable Energy Industry Alliance is a non-profit that promotes the clean energy industry in Texas. Starting tomorrow (Nov. 11, 2015), the group hosts GridNEXT, a conference focused on how renewable energy sources can integrate into the current distribution system. On this edition of Houston Matters, we talk with Mark Sanders, the alliance’s executive […]
Posted on · School is still a few weeks away for most Texas students, but classes have already begun for some in the state. That includes in El Paso, where students within Socorro ISD started attending class on Monday. They're in what's commonly referred to as "year-round" education. Instead of a long summer break – students get shorter […]
Posted on · According to the 2012 U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, about 20 percent of Hispanics in Harris County are 16 to 31 years old. It's a group of key importance to marketing agencies. On this edition of Houston Matters, we talk with Alex Lopez Negrete, CEO of Lopez Negrete Communications, a Houston-based Hispanic marketing agency […]
Posted on · There are some movies that are so bad, theyâre good â in a campy, goofy sort of way. And then there are movies that are so bad, theyâre just really, REALLY bad. The 1980 musical fantasy film Xanadu probably lies somewhere in-between. Critic Roger Ebert called it âmushy and limpâ and âso insubstantial it keeps […]
Posted on · A new film hit the Houston multiplexes a couple weeks ago. âSon of Godâ is based on the History Channel series âThe Bible,â and was produced by âTouched by an Angelâ actress Roma Downey and her husband, reality TV producer Mark Burnett. While the film opened to mostly poor reviews â moving just 25 percent […]