Happy 60th birthday to our sister TV station here at Houston Public Media— Houston PBS! (It was the first educational public TV station in the country!)
l love featuring fellow academics:
Dr. Marguerite Ross Barnett was born in Charlottesville, VA in 1942. She grew up in Buffalo, New York and received her bachelor’s degree from Antioch College. She earned a master’s and PhD in political science from the University of Chicago.
I had an interview with ‘Houston on the Move’ on Saturday. I talked about my writing and how it’s been going so far. The program will air in June. If you live in Houston, it’ll be on the following channels: Comcast Channel 19, TV Max Channel 97, Phonoscope Channel 77 and Cebridge Channel 20.
But, you can also watch the program online. I have a story coming out this week in Prism Review and a reading at Brasil Cafe on Thursday night.
So yeah, I guess writing’s been going fairly well for me.
Looking at a $40 to $70 million renovation.
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The Moores School of Music Concert Chorale performs works it’ll perform in Marktoberdorf, Germany, when it participates in the 13th International Chamber Choir Competition.
The Moores School of Music Concert Chorale performs, and director Betsy Cook Weber talks with St.John Flynn.
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