Posted on · Episode: 3289 Green Eyed Monster. Today we consider “Being Green”.
Posted on · Exploring the history of this Houston gem and how it plans to celebrate its centennial.
Posted on · Several holiday-themed events are planned for this weekend. Most are for adults, but some also cater to families.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: A study identifies the Houston-area intersections with the most car crashes. Plus: How a recent court ruling stemming from Houston might set precedent for future cases related to hostile work environments. And we visit the largest exhibition ever assembled of works by M.C. Escher.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Houstonians react to Mosque shootings, we discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news, listeners share the good news in their lives, and we learn about Main Street Theater's production of The Weir.
Posted on · Houston's early beginnings would be closely associated with the Allen brothers, who founded the city, or John Richardson Harris, the man responsible for the name, Harris County. These are the names you see in and around the city, men who played a major part in founding the Houston we know and love today. If you […]
Posted on · This St. Patrick's Day, many will no doubt indulge in the festivities that go along with it. But some Irish Americans are hoping people will take the time to reflect on other aspects of Irish culture.
Posted on · Houston may not be the number one destination for Saint Patrick's Day but it's fast becoming a hot spot for Irish immigrants. As we gear up to celebrate all things green this weekend Edel Howlin finds out just where those Irish are... that is, the ones with the accent.