Posted on · On Wednesday's show: A COVID outbreak at an area church camp, the week in politics, and Houston's best places for breakfast.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Evictions are resuming as we enter a new month, we discuss the latest developments in politics, food writers discuss restaurant safety and takeout offerings, and we learn about a virtual summer camp for kids.
Posted on · The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released guidance for summer camps, such as keeping campers in small groups and regular cleaning.
Posted on · The one-day academy teaches teenagers a range of topics, from basic techniques to terrorism and cyber crimes.
Posted on · Time was, you went off to some overnight camp out in the woods where you sat around the campfire, sang songs, toasted marshmallows and swam in a lake. Do Houston kids do that anymore? Well, some kids still get shuttled off to summer camp, but as technology is more pervasive than ever in our lives, […]
Posted on · We continue our exploration of criminal justice in Harris County on this edition of Houston Matters, with the help of two guests: District Attorney Devon Anderson and Chief Public Defender Alex Bunin. First, Edel Howlin asks Bunin about some of the changes he’d like to see in our criminal justice system. Then, we welcome DA […]
Posted on · Summer camps solve parents' challenge of keeping their kids entertained and active.
Posted on · Fifth graders in Houston public schools have, for nearly 40 years, participated in Outdoor Education Programs at two centers, in Forest Glen and Olympia. But future funding for the programs may be in doubt. On this edition of Houston Matters, we learn about such outdoor education programs, and both their benefits and challenges. Then, we […]