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Best Scott Kingsley podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Scott Kingsley podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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THIS WEEK — Ep114: Is a vote for Cruz a vote for Trump? Our Austin Bureau, Scott Braddock of the Quorum Report and Ryan Poppe of Texas Public Radio go behind the headlines for an insider’s take on what’s really going on with politics in the Lone Star State.
 
LATEST EPISODE — Episode 95: Why Mattress Firm blanketed the market — From urban renewal to suburban sprawl, Houston’s real estate market is going through one of its most dynamic times in decades. Join real estate and development reporter Nancy Sarnoff as she meets the city’s developers, deal makers and dreamers and dishes with colleagues on all things Houston real estate.
 
"Bring it to Jerome" – The most important sports figures in Houston – owners, coaches, athletes – bring it to the go-to man in Houston sports, Chronicle columnist Jerome Solomon. From old-school-to-analytics, Baby Boomers-to-millennials, Chronicle columnist Jerome Solomon covers Houston sports with a unique homegrown flavor. The interviews and debate that produce his award-winning columns are entertaining, informative and often hilarious. Houston and national personalities will surprise you ...
 
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Lisa Gray talks with Houston Fire Department chief Sam Peña and 19-year HFD veteran Captain Daniel Soto about the challenges faced by fire department management and frontline ambulance crews as the coronavirus has sidelined more than 250 firefighters by infection or quarantine. HFD's 140 ambulances now respond to about 1,100 calls for service daily…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott did a 180 on more than one major policy position this week: He's now shut down bars again across the state and is requiring that the vast majority of Texans wear a mask when in public. Plus, Little Gov. Dan Patrick says he and the State of Texas will no longer listen to the counsel of the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr.…
 
On July 1, Texas set another record for the single-day increase in COVID-19 cases. It was also the first day with more than 8,000 new cases. Yet, according to beat writer Aaron Wilson, the Texans are determined to kick off the 2020 season in less than eight weeks when the Seahawks visit for the first — of just two — preseason games. Connect with Aa…
 
Harris County reporter Zach Despart and City Hall reporter Mike Morris reported a story last weekend questioning the untimely disappearance of key daily data from the Texas Medical Center's website and examining TMC's complicated accounting of available ICU beds. In the face of an ongoing surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations, Zach explains the brouha…
 
Working through the noise and confusion, awaiting vaccine Medical reporter Todd Ackerman's soon-to-be-published project details the global race to find a vaccine, told through the lens of efforts in Houston and Galveston. Ferrill teases out a preview. They also discuss the difficulty of finding reliable facts amid the noise and confusion of competi…
 
Washington correspondent Ben Wermund walks Ferrill through a story that highlights another unpredictable chapter in pandemic coverage from the nation's capital. The gist: The federal government had been planning to end support for some coronavirus testing sites — including sites in Houston and Harris County — in late April. The deadline most recent…
 
Vaccine researcher and Houstonian, Dr. Peter Hotez, called this week for immediate action to contain COVID-19 in Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio. The “crunch time,” he said, is “the next couple of days. We’ve already let this thing go too long. Now the nightmare scenario is unfolding.” Without tightened restrictions in Houston and Harris Co…
 
With cases of coronavirus spiking around the state, Gov. Greg Abbott this week is slowing down the reopening of businesses and even talking about potentially "ratcheting back" the openings that have already been allowed. Plus a right-wing group that has previously swayed some of Abbott's decisions was caught on tape mocking him for being in a wheel…
 
Coronavirus Chronicle for Thursday, June 25, 2020: Pent up from the pause, Houston home market picks back up, for now According to real estate reporter Rebecca Schuetz the Houston residential market has improved since the sales slowdown during the shutdown. The number of people applying for mortgages is at an 11-year high. With your excellent credi…
 
With too many residents unwilling to practice social distancing, wear masks and avoid unnecessary contact with others, Houston appears to be on track for 2000 COVID-19 hospitalizations per day by mid-July. Like the lesson taught to Ebenezer Scrooge by the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, it doesn't have to be this way, said one expert. Breaking news…
 
The HIPAA Act of 1996 prohibits health departments from disclosing the name of an employee who tests positive for COVID-19. What's a restaurant owner to do? Better to disclose and temporarily shutdown or keep quiet and try to skate by? Restaurant critic Alison Cook has some thoughts. Read: Some Houston restaurants won’t say if their employees have …
 
The coronavirus pandemic, which has been throwing up some alarming hospitalizations numbers recently, gets personal for Austin-based politics writer Jeremy Wallace as one of his children, a masking-wearing, hand-washing, conscientiously quarantining teen tests positive for COVID-19. Connect with Jeremy Wallace Support the show: https://offers.houst…
 
Dr. Benjamin Neuman of Texas A&M University-Texarkana is one of the world's top coronaviruses authorities. Through his "Dr. Ben Neuman's Science Group on Facebook," he is also one of the world's most genial, patient explainers of science, according to senior writer Lisa Gray. In his Facebook and YouTube videos, Neuman explains complicated — and oft…
 
Business reporter Gwendolyn Wu talks with Ferrill about the increased use of video video conferencing and smartphone apps during the coronavirus pandemic as doctors and patients turn to telemedicine and virtual visits to stay in touch. Read stories by Gwendolyn Wu Support the show: https://offers.houstonchronicle.com/?offerid=125&origin=newsroom&ip…
 
A recent story by higher education reporter Brittany Britto asks, "What’s the plan for this fall? The course of the pandemic is uncertain, yet Texas colleges are determined to open in the fall. Whether through an on-campus experience, online courses, “hyflex” offerings or “dual delivery,” there seems to be more options than answers as thousands of …
 
This conversation with Assistant Features Editor Maggie Gordon starts out as an unlikely tale of a couple reunited in rom-comesque fashion after exposure to COVID-19. But soon Maggie reveals her own pandemic-modified wedding plans, the scattering of wedding day dreams as the virus circled the globe and — despite all the uncertainty — her joy in loo…
 
Senior writer and Coronavirus Chronicle co-host Lisa Gray, talks with Ferrill about the "New Normal," our as-yet undefined existence that is evolving day-by-day, shaping our lives, lifestyles and workplaces as Houstonians learn to live with the coronavirus — hoping to stay clear of COVID-19 — while waiting for a vaccine. Connect with Lisa Gray Read…
 
The fact that the number of Harris County hospitalizations are rising is not a surprise, says Cathy Troisi, an epidemiologist at the UT School of Public Health. Texas is opening up even though we haven't met three of the four criteria for reopening, as stating by Gov. Greg Abbott early on in the pandemic. In her Friday Q&A, Senior writer Lisa Gray …
 
A busy week in Texas politics with a huge spike in numbers of COVID-19 hospitalizations, talk of reforms following the death of George Floyd, Republicans calling out their own for racism, and one powerful lawmaker putting legal pot into the mix as a way to offer property tax relief. Join the conversation featuring Scott Braddock, editor of The Quor…
 
For a June 5 Chronicle story, health and politics reporter Jeremy Blackman wrote, "Three weeks after it stood out as the urban exception to the state’s spiking COVID-19 crisis, the Houston region has begun seeing a significant increase in cases and hospitalizations." In the days since, the numbers have steadily risen. How worried are you? With Hous…
 
Fashion editor Joy Sewing recently interviewed Dr. Rheeda Walker, University of Houston professor and author of “The Unapologetic Guide to Black Mental Health,” who expressed cautious optimism that recent protests will have real impact in dismantling racism in America. “This is an important time in history,” said Walker, "and an important time to s…
 
Gary Kelly, CEO of Southwest Airlines: “I don’t think the risk on an airplane is any greater risk than anywhere else, and in fact, you just look at the layered approach that we use. It’s as safe an environment as you’re going to find.” Victoria Knight of Kaiser Health News — and fact-checking project PolitiFact.com: "Mostly false." Read: Fact-check…
 
Go ahead and circle July 31 on your calendar, Rockets fans. It looks like basketball will be back. The NBA has said from the beginning that data, not the date, will drive their decision to resume play. According to Rockets beat writer Jonathan Feigen, while it's not exactly clear what data the league might have been looking at to reach their decisi…
 
This week Harris County Public Health released a Statement on Racism, stating: "The ongoing pandemic we are continually facing is racism, violence, trauma, all rooted in systemic inequalities. These are all public health concerns and deserve our constant attention." Lisa talks with HCPH executive director Umair A. Shah about the statement — and pre…
 
Whatever else you may say about our current state of affairs, this is undoubtedly the golden age of binge watching. And for those with any sort of interest in knights and armor and epic adventures, one of the binge-worthy series of choice is certainly Game of Thrones. Whether you’ve seen the series a dozen times since its first season aired on HBO …
 
Despite President Trump's threat to send the US military into states to deal with protesters in the wake of the murder of Houston native George Floyd, Gov. Greg Abbott says Texas will not request that kind of intervention. Meantime, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick uses God and Jesus as props as he tries to deflect questions about military leadership's rebuke …
 
Business reporter Paul Takahashi says some scary things about the energy industry and the pressures faced by Big Oil — the need to limit costs in the face of lower demand and a long, slow-building recovery. With global oil demand down about 25% the energy industry must work through the glut of oil before needing to resume production to meet the dem…
 
With Tropical Storm Cristobal slowly spinning northward toward the Gulf coasts of Texas and Louisiana the prospect of Mother Nature serving up the double whammy of a pandemic during hurricane season becomes ever more pressing for coastal residents and emergency preparedness officials. Galveston bureau reporter Nick Powell discusses living on the is…
 
Astros beat writer Chandler Rome discusses the many ifs — and the who, what, where, and whens — of a 2020 MLB season that might or might not move forward. But, if it does, Chandler surmises that a World Series might yet be played in Minute Maid Park regardless of whether the Astros win the American League pennant in a season shortened by the corona…
 
Business columnist Chris Tomlinson details why he thinks June could be the most consequential month of our lifetimes: Forty million people have applied for unemployment in the last two months. Will the economy’s reopening lead to a deadly second wave of COVID-19 or limited normalcy? A culture war rages and the President's disappointing behavior ove…
 
Jeremy traveled the Western United States over the last few days and has stories from the road about how different states and communities are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Meantime, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says mail in voting is a "scam" by Democrats and Gov. Greg Abbott wants to have it both ways when it comes to disaster powers. We'll explain.…
 
Bad news: We have lots of experience with enormous disruptions. Good news: We learn from adversity. This week, senior writer Lisa Gray interviews consultant Jeff Hebert about the Resilient Houston plan. In addition to the region's practice with disaster recovery, Hebert credits Houston's can-do spirit and ingenuity, an engineering culture, and the …
 
Owners and patrons alike were eager for last weekend's reopening of Houston's bars and clubs, but the return of nightlife options and a sense of normalcy was uneven according to reporter Marcy de Luna. Closings are common in the restaurant business, but with revenue losses mounting after being shutdown for more than 60 days it's easy to imagine som…
 
Art critic Molly Glentzer says we actually have more access to the world's art now than before the shutdown because the world's art has been virtualized. Art lovers can enjoy the Paris Opera ballet or listen to the London Symphony Orchestra or watch films that you might not have had access to — on screens. We are missing the live experience of ling…
 
Austin bureau reporter Taylor Goldenstein covers the Attorney General and federal courts for the Houston Chronicle. She has been tracking mail-in voting issues, reopening orders, upcoming eviction and debt collection proceedings and other issues as the summer of coronavirus stretches out toward the presidential election. Read stories by Taylor Gold…
 
Staff writer Gabrielle Banks discusses the danger facing people being held at the jail because they are unable to make bail — and are unable to protect themselves from exposure to the virus. The crowded pods create potentially dangerous conditions for the jailed and jail employees alike. Conflicting court orders have resulted in a small percentage …
 
In her weekly Q&A, senior writer and columnist Lisa Gray queries frequent guest Dr. Peter Hotez for his assessment as Texas pushes to reopen. Hotez discusses his alarm that the Houston area does not yet have the public health troops — testers and contact tracers — in place to reopen, and the deadly consequences that might have. Plus, is Moderna's p…
 
A lot of things went away in our daily lives since the coronavirus pandemic took hold. A craving for barbecue was not among them. Smoked meat fans have been thinking about their favorite barbecue joints since we’ve been living stay-at-home lives – hungry for fatty brisket, pull-apart pork ribs and slick, peppery sausage. J.C. Reid and Greg Morago t…
 
With his Austin-based reporting and a robust Twitter following, political writer Jeremy Wallace seeks to clarify the emotional conflict between last week's feel-good headline — "Houston a bright spot amid spiking Texas COVID-19 numbers" — and this week's failing grade. Between those highs and lows, Texas suffered the worst four-day stretch in the s…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott proceeded with allowing more Texas businesses to open this week even after the state recorded its worst day for COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began. Plus, Texas Democrats and Attorney General Ken Paxton are battling it out in the courts over whether you should be able to vote by mail or be required to vote in person during the …
 
To declare that the Houston economy is going to be "like the 80's again" has become cliché. Then, the savings and loan crisis and an oil bust caused the economy to tank. Now, with the economy on pause as the pandemic slowly unwinds, uncertainly rules. While the 80's were hard times in Houston, real estate reporter Nancy Sarnoff asks, "How has this …
 
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