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Main Street Theater Unveiling Renovation in Rice Village

Posted on · The newly renovated Main Street Theater off Times Boulevard in Rice Village is reopening this weekend. Completion of the 3-and-a-half million dollar project coincides with the theater’€™s 40th season. Houston Matters€™ Maggie Martin got a glimpse of the renovation and has this report. (Above: Rebecca Udden (left) and Joe Kirkendall stand inside the lobby of […]

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As if Surviving Houston Traffic Isn’t Bad Enough — Then You Have to Park Somewhere

Posted on · In a sprawling metropolis like ours, where so many of us drive everywhere we go, getting there is half the battle. The other half is finding a place to park. And when you can’t find the space you want, it’s tempting to park where you’re not supposed to. We discuss the policies in place to […]

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Parking and HISD After Grier: Tuesday’s Show (October 13, 2015)

Posted on · In a sprawling metropolis like ours, where so many of us drive everywhere we go, getting there is half the battle. The other half is finding a place to park. And when you can’t find the space you want, it’s tempting to park where you’re not supposed to. On this edition of Houston Matters, we […]

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Alternative Energy Series Conclusion, Ashby High-Rise & The Inner Marilyn: Houston Matters for Tues., April 29, 2014

Posted on · Each Tuesday of this month, Houston Matters has explored efforts here in Greater Houston to pursue alternative, renewable forms of energy. In previous weeks, we discussed solar energy, hydrogen, wind power, and biofuels. On this edition of the program, we ask what you’d prefer to see energy companies here in Texas pursue – whether traditional […]