Houston Matters

DIY Artwork Takes Center Stage At Zine Fest Houston

Posted on · Zine Fest Houston is home to a variety of do-it-yourself media and art. And for a third year in a row, the event will be held at The Printing Museum in Montrose. Event organizers Anastasia Kirages and Maria Heg tell us more about Zine Fest Houston. (Above: The Printing Museum first held Zine Fest Houston […]

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Syrian Refugees in Houston: Thursday’s Show (October 15, 2015)

Posted on · Millions have been displaced as a result of Syria’s civil war. While many have fled to Europe, some are also coming to the United States. And once again, Houston seems to be the ultimate destination for a number of migrants and refugees. We learn why on this edition of Houston Matters, as we talk with […]

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 […]