Houston Matters

Preparing for more triple-digit heat, and how tax incentives keep costing taxpayers (June 23, 2022)

Posted on · On Thursday's show: Local municipalities are taking action to prepare for more intense heat in the coming days. Then we learn why expiring corporate tax incentives will cost Texas taxpayers billions of dollars. Plus: Using architecture to prevent flooding, and Tiffany Derry of The Great American Recipe.

Houston Matters

Monday’s Houston Matters: Women’s Suffrage Centennial, And Having Difficult Conversations About Race (July 6, 2020)

Posted on · On Monday's show: An update on COVID-19, recent unemployment numbers, reflecting on women's fight for voting rights 100 years later, and writer Ijeoma Oluo discusses her book, So You Want To Talk About Race.

Next Question

Next Question (Ep 15): Jim Lehrer; Our Pop Culture Conclave’s look at The Grammys, PEACOCK, & The Gentlemen; Plus The Music Of Bob Schneider

Posted on · On this episode, we remember PBS NewsHour anchor and veteran newscaster Jim Lehrer, who passed away on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020. For our music, Austin based performer Bob Schneider. Plus our Pop Culture Conclave – Dustin Chase, Justin McKee & Eddie Robinson look at the new Guy Ritchie film, the idea of Lizzo as a "New Artist," and an on the ground look at the Iowa Caucasus.