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3/30/12
Tonight we have an update on the struggle against Houston City Council's proposed anti-feeding ordinance. While the movement won a battle this week, the war continues. Also, we have a special interview with Professor Sandra Soto a year and a half removed from the commencement comments that ignited controversy and thrust her into the national spotlight.

4/6/12
Jon Plucker talks about his installation at Project Row House that uses art to create community and we have ongoing coverage of the Houston City Council's Anti-Feeding ordinance.

4-13-12
Learn about the latest evolution of the anarchist book store and community space-Sedition and their big kick off May Day event and hear Nick's coverage of the Houston Anti-Feeding Ordinance, that passed this week.

4-20-12
We look at the BP Oil Spill and its ongoing impact on the Gulf region two years later

4-27-12
Tonight we have artist and activist Tiffany Pust about her latest project, the Sustainable Living Festival.

5-4-12
Latest on the Anti-Feeding Ordinance and also a look at the felony charges Occupy Houston and Occupy Austin activists face for locking down in an effort to non-violently shut down the Houston ship channel

5-11-12
Tonight Steve Nolan will talk about a recent state-wide march in support of the decriminalization of marijuana as well as some of the more national implications and medicinal benefits of the herb.

5-18-12
We will bring you coverage and analysis of Houston ISD's vote in support of limiting the overuse and misuse of high-stakes standardized testing as well as the growing movement around it.