Good, Bad and Ugly

Alcohol and Gun Sales, Free Airport Wi-Fi, and Anatomically Correct Sculptures: The Good The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · This week: gun rights groups and gun control groups agreed on something — that the TABC should not allow alcohol to be sold at some venues where gun sales take place, both Houston airports now have free Wi-Fi, ground was broken at the new SpaceX spaceport in Brownsville, and some folks are upset saying the “Wings of the City” sculptures downtown […]

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Going Door-to-Door, Good Bad and the Ugly, and Ian Anderson: Houston Matters for Friday, Sept. 26, 2014

Posted on · You might think the idea of a door-to-door salesman sounds outdated. But the practice of going door-to-door is alive and well in Greater Houston, whether it’s to sell things, to register voters or to raise money for charity. On this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss going door-to-door in Greater Houston. Also: We discuss The […]

Arts InSight

“Wings of the City” Brings Interactive Sculptures to Discovery Green

Posted on · Maybe in the fast few days you’ve seen someone post a picture of themselves in front of a pair of giant bronze wings. Well, they’re posing in front of one of nine sculptures by Mexican artist Jorge Marín that are on display now through Feb. 8 downtown at Discovery Green. The exhibit, called “Wings of […]

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Mae Jemison and the 100 Year Starship, Germophobes, and Wings of the City: Houston Matters for Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Posted on · The 100 Year Starship is an initiative to make sure progress continues toward human interstellar space travel. Its annual public symposium begins Thursday, and continues through the weekend at the George R. Brown Convention Center. One of the key figures behind the initiative is Dr. Mae Jemison. She’s a former astronaut — the first African-American woman […]