Good, Bad and Ugly

Mayor’s Pothole Promise & an Indictment in the Sandra Bland Case: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · A lot can happen in a week. Some of it good. Some of it bad. Some of it downright ugly. When faced with intriguing developments in the week’s news, we turn to a rotating panel of “non-experts” to parse The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of it all. Today, Tamara Tabo, Ty Mahany and […]

Good, Bad and Ugly

Taxes, Confederate Symbols and Cat-Killing Vet: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · From Houstonians identifying solutions to traffic problems but not wanting to pay for them, to the UT Austin campus joining the growing cacophony in opposition to Confederate statues and symbols, to a Brenham veterinarian not facing charges after allegedly boasting on Facebook she shot a cat through the head with an arrow: we discuss The Good, The […]

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Houstonians Hate The City’s Bad Roads, But Pay For Improving Them?

Posted on · This week, we’ve been delving deeper into some of the specific issues and challenges addressed in the recent News 88.7/KHOU 11 voter poll. Houston voters cited two issues as the most important problems the city faces, but as Florian Martin reports, most voters are unwilling to put up the money to fix them.  

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Students Create Unusual Maps of Houston

Posted on · What do megachurches, potholes and wireless networks have in common? The answer is maps. They’re not road maps or weather maps. They’re maps of things like potholes around Lakewood Church. Or maps of Houston’s wireless networks. The work is part of a class at the University of Houston called Creative Mapping that encourages students to […]

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Houston’s Political Identity and a 3D Printed Heart: Wednesday’s Show (April 8, 2015)

Posted on · Texas is undeniably a conservative state, dominated in state offices by Republicans and largely on the national stage by far right-leaning figures. Yet, here in Houston, we seem to be a more bluish (or at least less red) dot, politically speaking. Are we, though, really so different from the rest of Texas, or do some […]