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The Full Menu: The Best Houston Tex-Mex, Tacos and Mex-Mex

Posted on · Houston Matters‘ gaggle of food writers go in search of Greater Houston’s best Tex-Mex, best tacos and best places for Mex-Mex. Today’s conversation features: Katharine Shilcutt of Houstonia Magazine, David Leftwich of Sugar and Rice Magazine, and Eric Sandler of CultureMap Houston. Establishments Featured in This Segment: Tex Mex: Ninfa’s La Haceinda Teotihuacan El Real Spanish Flowers Chapultepec Lupita El Tiempo […]

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The Full Menu: The Best Houston Tex-Mex, Tacos and Mex-Mex

Posted on · Houston Matters’ gaggle of food writers go in search of Greater Houston’s best Tex-Mex, best tacos and best places for Mex-Mex. Today’s conversation features: Katharine Shilcutt of Houstonia Magazine, David Leftwich of Sugar and Rice Magazine, and Eric Sandler of CultureMap Houston. Establishments Featured in This Segment: Tex Mex: Ninfa’s La Haceinda Teotihuacan El Real Spanish Flowers Chapultepec Lupita El Tiempo […]

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The State of Houston Transportation and Houston’s Best Tex-Mex: Wednesday’s Show (April 15, 2015)

Posted on · On today’s Houston Matters, we continue our week-long series exploring “The State of Houston” with a conversation about transportation in Greater Houston. We talk with News 88.7 Transportation Reporter Gail Delaughter about transportation issues that affect Houstonians and the region — everything from public transit, to highway construction to traffic congestion. Then: in the latest installment of The Full Menu, […]

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University of Houston President Renu Khator Fields Your Questions: Houston Matters for Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Posted on · Since January 2008, Renu Khator has served as Chancellor of the University of Houston System, and President of UH. In that role, she has overseen an organization serving more than 67 thousand students, and a university system that has a significant impact on the Greater Houston community. She’s the first woman to serve as Chancellor […]

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Houston’s Signature Food, and Baking Bread: Houston Matters for Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Posted on · Chicago has deep-dish pizza. Philly has cheesesteaks. Pittsburgh puts slaw and French fries on sandwiches. St. Louisans devour toasted ravioli. Many major cities boast one signature food – one dish that’s served all over town, that helps to define the community, that stands out above the rest. Houston, it would seem, is not one of […]