Houston Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs

Houston Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs MOCA develops policies and initiatives that expand access to arts and cultural programs in the community, attract visitors and leverage private investment.

MOCA is a resource for the community. It implements the City's Arts and Cultural Plan with a vision to foster an environment in which art and culture flourish for the sharing and benefit of all residents and visitors. It highlights the local artist workforce through exhibitions in historic City Hall and oversees contracts for grants and cultural services and the City's Civic Art Program. MOCA facilitates temporary art, art donations to the City Collection, community murals and special projects.

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Our listings are up for #MakeMusicDay! 🎶🎶 We've got lots of great performers looking for venues for June 21. If you know...
06/04/2021

Our listings are up for #MakeMusicDay! 🎶🎶 We've got lots of great performers looking for venues for June 21. If you know a venue, or space to host music, invite them to participate at https://www.makemusicday.org/houston/!

Our listings are up for #MakeMusicDay! 🎶🎶 We've got lots of great performers looking for venues for June 21. If you know a venue, or space to host music, invite them to participate at https://www.makemusicday.org/houston/!

Join us for our celebration of #MakeMusicDay Houston on June 21! 🎶🎶 From professionals to amateurs, simply "make music" ...
05/28/2021

Join us for our celebration of #MakeMusicDay Houston on June 21! 🎶🎶
From professionals to amateurs, simply "make music" at your business, neighborhood, or home, and make sure to list your event here: https://www.makemusicday.org/houston/.

Matchmaking is also available; list your venue or sign up as a performer! Listings will go live on the website soon!

Join us for our celebration of #MakeMusicDay Houston on June 21! 🎶🎶
From professionals to amateurs, simply "make music" at your business, neighborhood, or home, and make sure to list your event here: https://www.makemusicday.org/houston/.

Matchmaking is also available; list your venue or sign up as a performer! Listings will go live on the website soon!

A Counting is an ongoing series of linguistic portraits of the US! Contribute your voice to the Houston edition 🗣 🗣The s...
05/27/2021
A Counting: A voice portrait of the US

A Counting is an ongoing series of linguistic portraits of the US! Contribute your voice to the Houston edition 🗣 🗣
The series includes city specific spoken language as well as national spoken and sign language editions. A Counting is produced by Ekene Ijeoma and his group Poetic Justice at MIT Media Lab. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

A Counting is an ongoing series of linguistic portraits of the US featuring various spoken and sign languages. Created in response to the US Census which has historically misrepresented the ethnic and linguistic diversity of the US, A Counting serves as a meditation and speculation on what a truly u...

Congratulations to our fellow Houstonians, Lupe Mendez, 2022 Texas State Poet Laureate, and Jesse Lott, 2022 Texas State...
05/26/2021

Congratulations to our fellow Houstonians, Lupe Mendez, 2022 Texas State Poet Laureate, and Jesse Lott, 2022 Texas State Three-Dimensional Artist!! 👏👏

WE'RE HIRING!! 🙌🙌The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) has an exciting opportunity for a Staff Analyst to implem...
05/25/2021

WE'RE HIRING!! 🙌🙌
The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) has an exciting opportunity for a Staff Analyst to implement strategies that advance cultural tourism including music, work closely with the Director and serve as a liaison between the community and the city.

Visit https://www.houstontx.gov/hr/careers.html to apply & learn more.

WE'RE HIRING!! 🙌🙌
The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) has an exciting opportunity for a Staff Analyst to implement strategies that advance cultural tourism including music, work closely with the Director and serve as a liaison between the community and the city.

Visit https://www.houstontx.gov/hr/careers.html to apply & learn more.

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05/24/2021

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Join us June 4-5, 2021 for the Fresh Arts Summit 2021 as we present a series of interactive and informative virtual sessions providing artists with ideas, practices, and dialogues focusing on new opportunities and possibilities.

Fresh Arts recognizes that the arts landscape has fundamentally shifted over the past year, but also that the Houston arts community has always found ways to adapt to new circumstances. Thus, this year’s Summit theme is Next Directions, where local artists, experts, and leaders will gather to inspire the arts community with potentially new approaches and knowledge to their craft and lifestyle to open new avenues of artistic and professional exploration. Session topics will include mental health, finances, community building, virtual engagement and career planning.

More info👉 : https://mailchi.mp/fresharts.org/summit-2021-schedule

Today, May 20, is the last day to apply for FEMA assistance for #WinterStormUri if you have not applied yet! ❄️❄️
05/20/2021

Today, May 20, is the last day to apply for FEMA assistance for #WinterStormUri if you have not applied yet! ❄️❄️

Today, May 20, is the last day to apply for FEMA assistance for Winter Storm Uri if you have not applied yet. Federal assistance includes help for temporary housing, rental assistance and repair or replacement of damaged property.

If you have insurance, file a claim with them first & then apply to FEMA. FEMA can't duplicate benefits if you received insurance from your provider first.

🖥 http://disasterassistance.gov

📲 Download the FEMA app

📞 Call 1-800-621-3362

Find more information at https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4586

#WinterStorm2021

Have a great idea for your performance for Make Music Day Houston 2021 but need free drumsticks, ukelele books, or RBI p...
05/19/2021

Have a great idea for your performance for Make Music Day Houston 2021 but need free drumsticks, ukelele books, or RBI percussion instrument kits?🥁🥁 See below! 👇

DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT, Sunday, May 23
Email [email protected] with event title, location, start and end time, leader, email contact for event, and event description and if you are requesting:
🎶Ukelele Books
🎶D'Addario ProMark Drumsticks
🎶Recorders (10, 2 of each color, with neck straps) + Assorted Percussion (13-15) - LIKELY INCLUDING: 5" cymbal, 5" triangle, wrist bells (2), jingle tap (4), small sand blocks (2), small tone block, small tap-a-taps (2), plastic castanets (2), mallets/sticks for everything
🎶Boomwhackers (12) - 2 pentatonic sets with octavator caps, plus 12 rhythm sticks to strike them with + Assorted Percussion (7-8) - LIKELY INCLUDING: small tone block, brass finger cymbals, 4" triangle, castanet, guiro shaker, maracas, 6" headless tambourine, extra rhythm sticks
🎶Boomwhackers (12) - 2 pentatonic sets with octavator caps, plus 12 rhythm sticks to strike them with + Canto recorders (10) - 2 of each color, with neck straps
🎶Assorted Percussion (20-25) - LIKELY INCLUDING: 5" cymbal, 5" triangle, wrist bells (2), jingle tap (4), small sand blocks (2), small tone block, small tap-a-taps (2), plastic castanets (2), small tone block, brass finger cymbals, 4" triangle, castanet, guiro shaker, maracas, 6" headless tambourine, mallets/sticks for everything.

First come, first served! You are only allowed to request one option from the list above.
📸: Photo by by Brad Barket/Getty Images [Make Music New York 2014]

Have a great idea for your performance for Make Music Day Houston 2021 but need free drumsticks, ukelele books, or RBI percussion instrument kits?🥁🥁 See below! 👇

DEADLINE: MIDNIGHT, Sunday, May 23
Email [email protected] with event title, location, start and end time, leader, email contact for event, and event description and if you are requesting:
🎶Ukelele Books
🎶D'Addario ProMark Drumsticks
🎶Recorders (10, 2 of each color, with neck straps) + Assorted Percussion (13-15) - LIKELY INCLUDING: 5" cymbal, 5" triangle, wrist bells (2), jingle tap (4), small sand blocks (2), small tone block, small tap-a-taps (2), plastic castanets (2), mallets/sticks for everything
🎶Boomwhackers (12) - 2 pentatonic sets with octavator caps, plus 12 rhythm sticks to strike them with + Assorted Percussion (7-8) - LIKELY INCLUDING: small tone block, brass finger cymbals, 4" triangle, castanet, guiro shaker, maracas, 6" headless tambourine, extra rhythm sticks
🎶Boomwhackers (12) - 2 pentatonic sets with octavator caps, plus 12 rhythm sticks to strike them with + Canto recorders (10) - 2 of each color, with neck straps
🎶Assorted Percussion (20-25) - LIKELY INCLUDING: 5" cymbal, 5" triangle, wrist bells (2), jingle tap (4), small sand blocks (2), small tone block, small tap-a-taps (2), plastic castanets (2), small tone block, brass finger cymbals, 4" triangle, castanet, guiro shaker, maracas, 6" headless tambourine, mallets/sticks for everything.

First come, first served! You are only allowed to request one option from the list above.
📸: Photo by by Brad Barket/Getty Images [Make Music New York 2014]

Congratulations Mayor Sylvester Turner for the new leadership role of President of the African American Mayors Associati...
05/13/2021

Congratulations Mayor Sylvester Turner for the new leadership role of President of the African American Mayors Association (AAMA)! You have been a great supporter of the arts in our city! #HTown #HoustonArt 🎊🎊🎉🎉

Congratulations Mayor Sylvester Turner for the new leadership role of President of the African American Mayors Association (AAMA)! You have been a great supporter of the arts in our city! #HTown #HoustonArt 🎊🎊🎉🎉

Thank you Glasstire for the coverage on our wonderful temporary art project in each district! #PublicArt #insta11ations ...
05/12/2021
Art League Houston’s “Insta11ations” Continued: Antonius-Tín Bui and Marsha Dorsey-Outlaw | Glasstire

Thank you Glasstire for the coverage on our wonderful temporary art project in each district! #PublicArt #insta11ations Art League Houston
Learn more below and here: https://insta11ations.com

Note: this is the second installment in an ongoing series. See the introductory installment, in which artists Israel McCloud and Mich S describe their projects, here. Art League Houston (ALH), in partnership…

#ICYMI: Last week, Mayor Sylvester Turner accepted the donation of "Peace for George Floyd" by Zainob + Mathew Create wi...
05/11/2021

#ICYMI: Last week, Mayor Sylvester Turner accepted the donation of "Peace for George Floyd" by Zainob + Mathew Create with Trae Tha Truth attending! The artwork will be on display temporarily in the City Hall Rotunda. 👀👀#VisitCityHallHou #HouCityArt

Mayor Sylvester Turner and our office announce the launch of global Make Music Day in Houston on Monday, June 21, 2021! ...
05/07/2021

Mayor Sylvester Turner and our office announce the launch of global Make Music Day in Houston on Monday, June 21, 2021! 🎼🎵🎶

Make Music Day (MMD) encourages people of all musical abilities to celebrate the joy of making music. Over 90 U.S. cities will participate in MMD 2021, further demonstrating the power of music to unite and uplift people, spread joy and build community.

“Music brings people together. Plus, Houston is home to many talented renowned, and grassroots performers. I am very pleased that the international roster for Make Music Day 2021 will include Houston,” said Mayor Sylvester Turner. “I invite all Houstonians, of all musical abilities, to join in their way and safely bring music to their neighborhoods, offices, and communities on this celebratory day of music.”

The city encourages all Houstonians to join Mayor Turner, our Consular Corps, Bun B, Houston Public Library, Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Houston Symphony, Arts Connect, Houston Botanic Garden, Arts District Houston, East End District, Midtown Houston, Houston's Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation, and many more and add your event to https://www.makemusicday.org/houston. The website also provides opportunities for locations and venues to match with musicians.

On June 21, MOCA also invites folks to post pictures of their events using the hashtag #MakeMusicDay and tagging @HoustonMOCA. A full schedule of events will be posted at https://www.makemusicday.org/houston.

FULL RELEASE: https://www.houstontx.gov/culturalaffairs/communications.html
📸: Lucy Gellman [Make Music New Haven 2018]

Mayor Sylvester Turner Announces Necole Irvin as the new director of the MOCA! 🎉🎉👏👏 Irvin joined the City of Houston six...
05/06/2021

Mayor Sylvester Turner Announces Necole Irvin as the new director of the MOCA! 🎉🎉👏👏

Irvin joined the City of Houston six years ago as MOCA's first Cultural Tourism Officer. She is a philanthropic professional with legal, public health, cultural, policy, and international experience. She has worked to improve the quality of communities and for long-term sustainable change. A former Peace Corps volunteer from Louisiana, Necole received her bachelor's degree from Emory University and a Juris Doctorate and Master's of Public Health from Tulane University. Before joining the City of Houston, Necole served as a program officer with the Houston Endowment.

Irvin proceeds Debbie McNulty, who served as MOCA Director for seven years.

"We will miss Debbie's leadership and contributions in the arts and cultural community, but she left MOCA in great hands," Mayor Sylvester Turner said. "I trust Director Necole Irvin to provide exceptional guidance and strengthen partnerships as the arts and cultural community recover from COVID-19."

Irvin stewarded the transformation of the grants system, led MOCA's new work in the music space, and looks forward to serving as director. As Director of MOCA, she will be the chief cultural policy advisor to Mayor Turner and responsible for implementing the City's Arts and Cultural Plan, advocating for the creative community and its integral role in Houston's identity.

Full release here: https://www.houstontx.gov/culturalaffairs/20210506.html

Mayor Sylvester Turner Announces Necole Irvin as the new director of the MOCA! 🎉🎉👏👏

Irvin joined the City of Houston six years ago as MOCA's first Cultural Tourism Officer. She is a philanthropic professional with legal, public health, cultural, policy, and international experience. She has worked to improve the quality of communities and for long-term sustainable change. A former Peace Corps volunteer from Louisiana, Necole received her bachelor's degree from Emory University and a Juris Doctorate and Master's of Public Health from Tulane University. Before joining the City of Houston, Necole served as a program officer with the Houston Endowment.

Irvin proceeds Debbie McNulty, who served as MOCA Director for seven years.

"We will miss Debbie's leadership and contributions in the arts and cultural community, but she left MOCA in great hands," Mayor Sylvester Turner said. "I trust Director Necole Irvin to provide exceptional guidance and strengthen partnerships as the arts and cultural community recover from COVID-19."

Irvin stewarded the transformation of the grants system, led MOCA's new work in the music space, and looks forward to serving as director. As Director of MOCA, she will be the chief cultural policy advisor to Mayor Turner and responsible for implementing the City's Arts and Cultural Plan, advocating for the creative community and its integral role in Houston's identity.

Full release here: https://www.houstontx.gov/culturalaffairs/20210506.html

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05/05/2021

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Do you want FREE tips on how to prepare your building for hurricane season? Join us along with experts from the National Weather Service on Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 2:00 PM CT. We will review the U.S. Gulf Coast hurricane season preparations and response for cultural institutions. Sign up to attend here https://bit.ly/3aSejlE

#TakeYourBestShot! ❤️ GONZO247 Houston Mural Map Downtown Houston
05/04/2021

#TakeYourBestShot! ❤️ GONZO247 Houston Mural Map Downtown Houston

If love Houston you do, vaccinate you must. This is the way. #maythe4thbewithyou

05/03/2021

Farewell Debbie 👋

Today we say farewell to MOCA Director Debbie McNulty, after seven years with the City of Houston. We are sad to see her go, but we celebrate the mark she left on MOCA’s office by advancing more equal sharing of arts and culture opportunities in our city. And, because she always asked, “what does the data show,” we took a tally...

✔️1 Cultural Plan
✔️2 Mayors
✔️3 Awards
✔️4 Amazing staff 😉
✔️5 Million dollars in emergency relief grants
✔️Hundreds of terrific colleagues, 800+ grants & 138 art acquisitions for over $83 million of arts funding, 93 press releases, 350,000 messages, and 6,200 meetings and events! #DebbieDidIt

Thank you Miller Outdoor Theatre for the shout out to Debbie! We invite you to share your memories, thoughts or experiences with Debbie with #DebbieDidIt!

Thank you to Houston Music Foundation, Bun B, The Heights Theater, and Houston Methodist! Houstonians, #TakeYourBestShot...
04/29/2021

Thank you to Houston Music Foundation, Bun B, The Heights Theater, and Houston Methodist! Houstonians, #TakeYourBestShot!! 😷😷

🎙Attention Music People: We are partnering with Bun B, The Heights Theater and Houston Methodist to bring you a MUSIC COMMUNITY VACCINE DRIVE next Wednesday, May 5. Link to register is below. This drive is for musicians, music industry professionals, and family, friends and fans. Let’s bring live music back TOGETHER, Houston! 🖤 Sign up today, and share to help us spread the word.

Vaccine appointment scheduling in English
https://www.caresense.com/hmpublic/tht/english

Vaccine appointment scheduling in Spanish
https://www.caresense.com/hmpublic/tht/spanish

MOCA Awards $69,800 to Projects promoting Neighborhood Cultural Destinations and Resilience Awareness 🎉🎉🎨🎼🎭MOCA announce...
04/28/2021

MOCA Awards $69,800 to Projects promoting Neighborhood Cultural Destinations and Resilience Awareness 🎉🎉🎨🎼🎭

MOCA announces the first grants through the newly designed City’s Initiative (CI) grant program. The seven inaugural awards will support cultural activations in neighborhoods and strengthen community resilience.

The redesigned program focuses on three crucial areas for cultural tourism and sustainability as the city begins to open up from the COVID-19 pandemic: Neighborhood Cultural Destinations, Conference Tourism and Resilience Awareness.

“These projects will appeal to residents and visitors. Houstonians can explore their neighborhoods and city with a fresh lens, as if they were tourists within their own city,” said Mayor Sylvester Turner. “I am, additionally, happy to support our creatives that highlight our vibrant neighborhoods and support the Resilient Houston Executive Order that I signed in February of 2020.”

The following projects are receiving support:

Drag Fest Houston by Rivkah French
Year-Round Programming by Houston Cinema Arts Society
“Labor Pains” by Sarah Sudhoff
“Singing Together: Qawwali and Gospel” by Indo American Association - Houston
Houston Asiatown Virtual Tours by Asia Society Texas Center
“Tether” by The Pilot Dance Project
“Eastex Jensen Happening” by Juan Pablo Fuentes Rojas

FULL RELEASE will be posted here: https://www.houstontx.gov/culturalaffairs/communications.html

MOCA Awards $69,800 to Projects promoting Neighborhood Cultural Destinations and Resilience Awareness 🎉🎉🎨🎼🎭

MOCA announces the first grants through the newly designed City’s Initiative (CI) grant program. The seven inaugural awards will support cultural activations in neighborhoods and strengthen community resilience.

The redesigned program focuses on three crucial areas for cultural tourism and sustainability as the city begins to open up from the COVID-19 pandemic: Neighborhood Cultural Destinations, Conference Tourism and Resilience Awareness.

“These projects will appeal to residents and visitors. Houstonians can explore their neighborhoods and city with a fresh lens, as if they were tourists within their own city,” said Mayor Sylvester Turner. “I am, additionally, happy to support our creatives that highlight our vibrant neighborhoods and support the Resilient Houston Executive Order that I signed in February of 2020.”

The following projects are receiving support:

Drag Fest Houston by Rivkah French
Year-Round Programming by Houston Cinema Arts Society
“Labor Pains” by Sarah Sudhoff
“Singing Together: Qawwali and Gospel” by Indo American Association - Houston
Houston Asiatown Virtual Tours by Asia Society Texas Center
“Tether” by The Pilot Dance Project
“Eastex Jensen Happening” by Juan Pablo Fuentes Rojas

FULL RELEASE will be posted here: https://www.houstontx.gov/culturalaffairs/communications.html

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901 Bagby Street
Houston, TX
77002

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Director of Cultural Affairs Debbie McNulty Cultural Tourism Officer Necole Irvin

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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(832) 393-1099

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MOCA implements the City's Arts and Cultural Plan with a vision to foster an environment in which art and culture flourish for the sharing and benefit of all residents and visitors. It provides funding and cultural services through a Grant Program and the City's Civic Art Program and facilitates temporary art, community murals and special projects.


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To any and all interested Houstonians! One of my dreams, for this Great Metropolis, is a collection of statues of famous Houstonians. Howard Hughes; Glenn McCarthy; Oveta Culp Hobby...etc. One particular great among our historical figures was the Rev. Jack Yates...a freed slave who did much to aid in Reconstruction Houston: establishment of the Antioch Baptist Church; The purchase and gifting to the city of Emancipation Park. A good friend of mine is a very talented artist...especially in portrait busts and statues. She works in Shanghai,China,but has lived, worked, and taught in Houston. Jenny Xie. Jenny has Just completed her first study for a statue of Jack Yates for Houston. Here are photos. I am hoping to find interested individuals or organizations which could come together to fund this project. Would love to interact with other interested Houstonians. Thanks, Michael Zargarov P.S. I live in China, very close to this amazing artist. I could help expedite this project.
Monolith appeared on Awty International School grounds. It's by 610 and i-10 near Ikea. Unfortunately it's private school grounds.
Travis Tritt in Concert Friday, Dec. 4 Arena Theatre Houston Travis Tritt is returning with his first new single in over a decade, "Ghost Town Road." His brand of Southern rock flavored country with hints of blues gave him an outlaw edge that made him a standout of country’s so called "Class of ’89," that launched the careers of such superstars as Alan Jackson, Clint Black, and Garth Brooks. Platinum albums and Top Ten singles followed, including three number one hits. "Country Club," "Help Me Hold On," "I'm Gonna Be Somebody," and "Drift Off to Dream" peaked at numbers two and three on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts, and Tritt won Top New Male Artist award from Billboard and the CMA Horizon Award.His second album, "It’s All About to Change," shipped three million copies and all four of its singles reached the top five on the country music charts. Along with his first album, this release became triple-platinum certified by the RIAA. Arena Theater Houston's Legendary Theatre in the Round" 7326 Southwest Freeway, Houston, Texas 77074 BOX OFFICE: 713-772-5900 Email: [email protected] See more and buy tickets at: https://arenatheatre.net
VOTE RED ….SAVE THE CHILDREN
#VanessaGuillen so why is it that houston being her home town the mayor has not addressed the family.. Its sad that her hometown has not done more for her..
Yes I get so tired of seeing people with no mask. It says you can't now go in business without mask yet Kroger 1960 FM and HEB by Telge Rd I think you should fine them $1000.00 for every person found in any business and 500 hrs community service for non mask wearers
You, Sir, are the biggest of hypocrites. It's ok if BLM wants to protest and riot with no covid protection, but it's not ok to celebrate the 4th of July in person with family and friends. And as for the abominable pride celebration...since you want to "give all glory to God" (Your words at that criminal's funeral) Please read Proverbs 16:18. Nothing about you is godly in any way. But one thing is for sure. You will stand before a Holy and Righteous God on judgement day. May God have mercy on your soul.
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Until the Houston police department fires the officer who they KNOW broke my shoulder AND the other one who watched AND pay to repair my shoulder ALL COPS CAN ROT IN HELL United Airlines hanger personnel (including my 2nd white husband) Central Park Karened me for trying to get my husband to go to his neurological appointment after he was diagnosed with medically induced dementia and ran away from home. Their phone call to the police on October 8, 2017 resulted in a cop breaking my shoulder, (which is STILL BROKEN) in front of witnesses including my children and sent me to jail for 78 hours. I ALSO lost my children because of it. My now EX HUSBAND Patrick Breslin STILL works there as a mechanic WITH DEMENTIA AND THEY KNOW IT BECAUSE I PERSONALLY SENT THE DOCTOR'S DIAGNOSIS to corporate AND his direct managers.
Houston Show Choir seeks to serve our community with diversity and song. The latest "isolation video" released today is "When Love Takes Over". It is our gift to Houston.
Mayor Turner I have a question for you sir. How are you letting the chief of police go on national news speaking out against the president of the United States and insulting him. And allowing him to disobey drink orders from the Texas governor and you Mayor Turner. And allowing him to hold his office and not accountable for what he says. I just seen a news report where he is inciting a riot by all accounts by telling protesters that " His people built this country his people are not going nowhere and if we don't like it then too bad" please Mayor Turner I please plead with you give that man out of office with no benefits no pension at all. Because if he was in the service he would be put in jail and discharge from the service. He says hatred is not welcome in this city well sir he is preaching hatred and my book. This is the people's country this is the people state and this is the people's City. Bring him up on investigation take him out of the office.
commission opportunity for Houston muralists and sculptors. Deadline May 8. Please apply!