Posted on · CultureMap Houston columnist MK Bower joins us for our weekly conversation about Houston sports, including: the Texans hire Romeo Crennel as their new Defensive Coordinator, and the Houston Rockets seek consistency.
Posted on · On this edition of Houston Matters, we take up the notion of Houston as an âA-listâ city, in terms of concerts and performing arts, the sports world, and among foodies. As a city “up there” with other major cities in those specific worlds. Do the top performers make a point of touring here? Do weÂ […]
Posted on · The Houston Rockets are in Boston to take on the Celtics, during another three-games-in-four-nights stretch. Last week, in a similar stretch, they took two of three. Meanwhile, rumors swirl around some big names possibly joining the Houston Texans coaching staff. We'll check in with CultureMap Houston sports columnist MK Bower about who's committed, who's rumored, […]
Posted on · As politicians in Washington continue to haggle over the restoration of long-term unemployment benefits, more than a million Americans have stopped receiving checks. On the one hand, the long-term unemployed are likely to be those most at financial risk, and so most in need of help. They also could impact the economy for the rest […]
Posted on · LomgtimeÂ Houston Astro great Craig Biggio barely barely misses making it into the Baseball Hall of Fame; Houston grocery stores will now be able to sell alcohol near hospitals and churches; Baylor College of Medicine and St. Luke’s are teaming up to form a new hospital; and former Texans’ defensive coordinator Wade Phillips gets an […]
Posted on · On the road, at work, at school, at home, we, our friends, neighbors, co-workers, loved ones â average less than seven hours of sleep each weekday. Thatâs a lot of sleep-deprived Houstonians. And weâre not just tired, weâre inattentive, less productive, and itâs not good for us. On this edition ofÂ Houston Matters, how Houstonians […]
Posted on · I was a late bloomer, shorter than your average teenager when Craig Biggio's big league career began in 1988. I wasn't yet old enough to drive – and it's a good thing – when I was 15, I could barely see over the steering wheel. Biggio? He was driving the ball into the gaps at […]
Posted on · The Houston Aces, our cityâs newest womenâs pro soccer team, is holding tryouts this week. We talk with Aces Head Coach Aguinaldo Ferreira about the tryouts, the Aces, and interest in womenâs soccer in Houston.
Posted on · We look at the hiring of Bill O’Brien as the Texans’ new coach and check in on the Rockets who face the Lakers on Wednesday before heading out for a four-game eastern road trip with games at Atlanta, Washington, Boston and New Orleans. CultureMap Houston Columnist MK Bower joins us.
Posted on · You may have heard – it’s cold out there in Houston today. We’re not expected to rise above forty degrees, and we can expect another bitterly cold night. On this edition of Houston Matters, we’ll welcome your questions about Houston’s coldest days, and all other things meteorological in nature for Frank Billingsley, KPRC’s Chief Meteorologist. […]
Posted on · New census data tell us one in four people in Harris County is originally from another country; recycling centers are closing because more people are getting their big green bins; and the Texans hire a man well-versed in righting a troubled football ship inÂ Bill O’Brien: It’s The Good, The Bad and the Ugly of […]
Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close, we look back at the top stories in Houston news this year in the areas of the arts and sports.
Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close, we look back at the top stories in Houston news this year, including: politics, healthcare, transportation, energy, education, arts and sports. KUHF reporters join us to talk about the big stories they covered in those realms during 2013, we hear highlights of their reporting and their thoughts and analysis.
Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close we take a look back at The Good, The Bad and The Ugly in Houston sports in 2013, including: Landing Dwight Howard, the departure of the Aeros and the unsung greatness of the Dynamo.
Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close we take a look back at The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston news in 2013. We’ll look at the interesting stories in: politics, food, arts and culture and sports. Our discussions include: Politics: A mayor’s race that wasn’t as close as many thought, the rise of […]