Posted on · We ask non-expert panelists Wayne Ashley, Natalie Arceneaux, and Joe Holley to share their examples of something good, something bad, and something ugly that happened in Houston in 2017.
Posted on · Houston Matters recaps the wild, wild ride that was the 2017 World Series. The mayor of Katy discusses post-Harvey recovery efforts. And we learn about a video project that tries to examine the "Rational Middle of Immigration."
Posted on · Game 5 of the World Series was one for the ages, but that's only the beginning of a crazy week in Houston sports. From a potential title-clinching Game 6 for the Astros on Tuesday night, to Texans players kneeling in protest before their game in Seattle, to the Dynamo heading to the second round of the MLS postseason -- Jeff Balke discusses all the latest in Houston sports.
Posted on · Mayor Sylvester Turner joins Houston Matters to answer your questions about numerous issues in the city -- from Harvey recovery, to ballot measures, to the Astros.
Posted on · "I remember going to the Astrodome and watching games with my dad, and so that’s what I want to do with him," Cody Farrell says
Posted on · From the return of curbside recycling after Harvey, to the sky-rocketing price for World Series tickets, our panel of non-experts discusses The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the week's news.
Posted on · Jeff Balke previews Game 3 of the World Series and we get information on navigating all the festivities downtown.
Posted on · Astros President Reid Ryan talks about what the team needs to do to rebound in Game 2 of the World Series and what a championship would mean for the city of Houston.
Posted on · In addition to occasionally connecting strangers, how else could sports -- including the Astros' current World Series run -- benefit Houston socially?
Posted on · The Ellen Show surprised University of Houston students on Tuesday by hosting a costume contest in which the winners were given tickets to the World Series.
Posted on · NPR's Tom Goldman sets up the first game of the World Series for us. Then we discuss how the games being played in Houston this weekend could affect the local economy.
Posted on · Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts proudly proclaims: "I don't see any team that's more prepared than we are" when it comes to playing the Houston Astros in the World Series.