On this segment of Access Houston we welcome back Desmond Bertrand-Pitts, CEO of Buffalo Soldier’s Museum, and first timer to the show, Shondra Wygal, associate director of AARP. AARP has partnered with the Buffalo Soldier’s Museum to bring you M.I.A.: Military Inspired Art Symposium. Paying homage to the bravery, heroism, and artistry of men and […]

This segment of Access Houston we welcome Mr. Marlon Lizama, program director of Iconoclast Artists, and the chairman of the board of Iconoclast Artists, Mr. Jovón Tyler. Today we talk about who and what Iconoclast Artists is, the program they offer, the yearly student anthology, and their May 2nd event at the Museum of Fine […]

On this segment of Access Houston we welcome Ms. Nicole Washington from MCH Family Outreach. Nicole tells us about the services offered by MCH Family Outreach, like the GAP Program, and she let’s us know about the Relatives As Parents Conference happening Saturday, February 9th. Our next conversation is with the award-winning poet, Outspoken Bean. […]

This segment of Access Houston is about the arts. Our first conversation is with Eileen J. Morris and Liz Freese from The Ensemble Theatre. Too Heavy for Your Pocket is a play inspired by the movies Selma and The Butler and when Jireh Breon Holder, the writer, began to receive first-hand perspective from his grandmother, […]

This segment of Access Houston we welcome the founder of CHAT, Dr. Aisha Siddiqui, and mural artist Vivienne Dang. This year, Culture of Health-Advancing Together (CHAT) has partnered with the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and the Houston Arts Alliance to bring to Houston a series of 12 new murals highlighting the international diversity and […]


Chance the Rapper announces the launch of the New Chance Arts and Literature Fund for Chicago public schools.

ReelAbilities Film and Arts Festival returns to Houston in its fifth year February 16 – March 6 with a speaker series, an award-winning film festival, live music jam session, art exhibit, educational tours to local schools and seminars at offices around Houston, and more, all with the intention to use the arts as a vehicle […]

What really happened before Dorothy arrived in the Land of Oz? Get The Latest Music and Entertainment News On Your Phone There’s three sides to every story and the Broadway classic “Wicked” tells it all! You’ll meet the BOTH witches and find out the true story behind how the Tin Man, Scarecrow, and Lion all came […]

  Get in the mood for the holidays in Houston at the Hobby Center with ‘The Phantom of the Opera.’ Houstonians! You have the grand opportunity to take advantage of experiencing a classical theatrical performance with a new twist. Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical success, ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ […]

They say summer is the perfect time for family reunions, and for all intents and purposes, that’s just what this is. It’s Saturday night, and…

Jay Ellis tells reveals some secrets from the 7th season of the TV show ‘The Game’ and how it feels to be a new cast member. Check out the exclusive interview with Jay Ellis and the American Music Awards below: 2013 American Music Awards: The Best & Worst Dressed [PHOTOS] EXCLUSIVE: @LaceyHerbert Talks Gracing The […]

James David Mitchell (Mitch Malone) passed away at 5:00AM Monday morning of natural causes. Mitch Malone was the noted host of KISS-FM’s “Quiet Storm” radio show since 2005. He has a very long and continuous broadcast career in Richmond, Virginia. His last facebook post was written as if he knew.  Read it HERE.