Sarah Frazier with Mayor Sylvester Turner 7-24-16Sarah Frazier (Senior Vice President and Market Manager, CBS Radio Houston) sits down with Houston’s new Mayor, Sylvester Turner, to talk about balancing the city budget and other various issues facing our community.
Texas Hunger Initiative 7-17-16Nick Russo from 100.3 The Bull talks with John Puder of the Texas Hunger Initiative about their Summer Meals Program. This program serves over 1,000 locations in the Houston area including the surrounding communities. They discuss how to find out where the locations are, who is eligible and how one can get food if they need it. They also get into some ways to talk to neighbors who may benefit from this program.
Top Gun Benefit 7-3-16Lauren Kelly from Mix 96.5 talks with Chris and Mike from the Texas Gulf Coast chapter of the Naval Academy Alumni Association about their Top Gun Benefit Charity Sand Volleyball Tournament coming up on July 9 at Wakefield CrowBar. They discuss some of the whacky costumes people wear, and get into the various other activities like Battleship Beer Pong. Visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/TopGunBenefit for more information.
Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation 7-3-16Mike Meltser and Seth Payne from MAD Radio (6am-10am on SportsRadio 610) sit down with Neil Bush and Julie Finck from the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation to discuss the importance of literacy in our society and in human development. They also discuss how the organization started, and get into their promos featuring the former First Lady with JJ Watt and Dwight Howard. Visit bushhoustonliteracy.org for more information.
Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University 6-26-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Dr. Steve Murdock (Professor, Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University) about the Hispanic Houston Impact Summit coming up on June 29. They also discuss the growing population in the Houston metro area, and get into some ways to improve socioeconomic resources for Hispanic people in the city. For more information on the Hispanic Houston Impact Summit, visit houstonhispanicchamber.com.
Marek Brothers 6-26-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Stan Marek (CEO, Marek Brothers) about comprehensive immigration in Texas. They discuss the worsening issues with undocumented alien employment, and get into some of the various things that can be done at the state and federal levels to help fix them.
Houston Symphony 6-19-16CoCo Dominguez from HOT 95-7 sits down with Joshua Dada (Manager of Community Programming, Houston Symphony) to talk about their 4th Annual Day of Music coming up on July 9 at Jones Hall. Visit houstonsymphony.org/dayofmusic2016 for more information.
Just Care More 6-19-16Paul Gallant speaks with Jamie Leibert (CEO and founder of the Color Fun Fest run). They discuss Jamie’s love of extreme sports, and his launching of a charity called Just Care More to help at risk teens. He discussed skydiving, using a wing suit, and more fun stuff! Visit justcaremore.com for more information.
H-E-B 5-29-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Morgan Parker (Recruiter, H-E-B) about the company’s history and involvement with various veteran outreach programs.
Houston Dynamo 2-28-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Chris Canetti (President, Houston Dynamo) about the various initiatives around the community with which the Dynamo are involved, and discuss some different things happening at the stadium throughout the year.
ConocoPhillips Rodeo Run for Education 2-21-16The Morning Bull talks with ConocoPhillips Rodeo Run Chairperson Heather Sirdashney about the ConocoPhillips Rodeo Run for Education coming up on the 27th of February.
Be An Angel 2-14-16Nick Russo from 100.3 The Bull speaks with Katie Kasprzk, Developmental Director of Be An Angel, about their upcoming Angel Awards (April 22) that are being held at Hotel ZaZa to honor community members who have done outstanding work with/for children in Houston.