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Full Show: Happy Houston, And The Good, Bad, And Ugly Of The News (Nov. 10, 2017)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: We invite you to share the good news in your life on another edition of #HappyHouston. Then, we discuss The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of this week’s news. And we learn about a concert series at the Moores School of Music.

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Should the Houston Heights Remain A Dry Neighborhood?

Posted on · The Houston Heights is an area comprising a portion of what most folks know more colloquially as "The Heights." Well, that area has been dry for nearly a century now, but the neighborhood's beverage coalition wants voters to change that in November. To learn more, we talk with Steve Reilley, spokesperson for the Houston Heights […]

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Perspectives from Parents Living in Two Different Parts of Town

Posted on · Parenting is hard work. But how does parenting in one area of Houston compare to challenges faced in another? We wanted to explore that idea so we invited two parents into our studios. Carlecia Wright is a mom living inside the loop just north of The Heights, and Jeff Darnell is a father of four […]

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The Full Menu: Best Places to Eat in The Heights

Posted on · The Greater Houston region is a big sprawling area, and if you live in one particular part, chances are that's where you spend most of your time eating out. That’s why, from time to time, we wanted to focus on good food spots in particular neighborhoods. On this edition of The Full Menu, our foodies […]

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Yale Street Homeowners, Businesses Unite For Yale Green Corridor Cause

Posted on · The Urban Forestry Committee of the Houston Heights Association wants to make sure the trees along Yale Street in the Heights will be here for many decades to come. They've teamed up with residents and businesses along Yale to petition the City of Houston to designate a two-mile stretch of the roadway, which bisects the […]

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How and Why Houston Neighborhoods Have Morphed Over the Years

Posted on · Some of Houston’s neighborhoods have, for lack of a better phrase, “morphed” over the decades. Montrose once had a much larger African-American community, then it became known as Houston’s gay neighborhood, then a more gentrified area. Sharpstown, Meyerland, The Heights — they’ve all undergone transformative change from one generation to the next. We explore what’s […]

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