Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: A new treatment for prostate cancer, previewing the upcoming season in Houston's Theater District, a documentary about the power of water, and photographer Fred Baldwin.
Posted on · Da Camera explores prominent women, the birthdays of Blue Note Records and Beethoven, and more. Plus, “Sister” Denise Fennell stops by the studio.
Posted on · A legendary new wave singer-songwriter talks about her life and career, and this year’s festival to celebrate the new performing arts season offers lots of free activities, no construction and free parking.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: We discuss why economists are fearing an “inverted yield curve” and what it means for Houston, as well as ways media organizations can spur meaningful online discussions. We also look at The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news, and chat with Kathryn McNiel, CEO of Theater District Houston, about how the district is doing two years after Harvey.
Posted on · Perryn Leech, from the Houston Grand Opera, and Dean Gladden, of the Alley Theatre, discuss what it means for Houston's Theater District to return after Harvey
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: One year ago tomorrow, Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Texas. We dedicate the entire hour today to looking back at the storm and the recovery efforts thus far.
Posted on · The Theater District Open House has kicked-off the city’s performing arts season for decades. Last year’s event was canceled because of Hurricane Harvey, but this year the tradition returns – and with even more to celebrate.
Posted on · A mini-profile of the orchestra and its new season through the eyes and ears of a music-lover, mom and Houston Symphony executive.
Posted on · A preview of Society for the Performing Arts' upcoming season and their presence at Theater District Open House 2017.
Posted on · A mini-profile of the local Grammy-nominated ensemble.
Posted on · This Sunday (Aug. 28, 2016) from noon to 5 p.m. is the annual Theater District Open House, where Houston many theater and arts organizations showcase their upcoming seasons and allow patrons to get a behind-the-scenes view of how they operate. This week, Houston Public Media's arts and culture team has been talking with folks from […]
Posted on · Apologies for the bizarre headline, but sometimes our show has some rather wild shifts in both variety and tone. We lead off this edition of Houston Matters by discussing a new study in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology which finds the number of women in Texas who died from complications from pregnancy nearly doubled between […]
Posted on · Percussionist Matthew Strauss takes us backstage, on-stage and into the audience with an intimate preview of 2016-2017
Posted on · Ernie Manouse chats with Jennifer Mire from Broadway at the Hobby Center about the upcoming Broadway tours that will be coming to Houston this season.
Posted on · Joshua Zinn talks with Houston Grand Opera Managing Director Perryn Leech about the Theater District Open House and the upcoming opera season.