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first_img The Chainsmokers’ Memories: Do Not Open Tour Hits Europe In 2018 The GRAMMY-winning dance/pop super-duo recently performed in New York City at Global Citizen Festival on Sept. 23 and wrapped a run of shows in Asia as they continue to support their debut album, Memories … Do Not Open, which dropped back in April.  Email News GRAMMY-winning dance/pop duo take their world tour to 12 European countries next yearNate HertweckGRAMMYs Sep 26, 2017 – 11:21 am The Chainsmokers announced a European run of their Memories: Do Not Open arena tour, which will take them through 12 countries in 16 dates. NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO May 15, 2017 – 1:50 am The Chainsmokers: GRAMMY Backstage With Danny Clinch The Chainsmokers will continue to make trips to Las Vegas for their Wynn residency, according to Billboard.Read More: Ed Sheeran Announces 2018 Stadium TourRead more Facebook https://www.instagram.com/p/BZdv_D0ncm8/?hl=en&taken-by=thechainsmokers Twitter The Chainsmokers Announce European Tour chainsmokers-memories-do-not-open-tour-hits-europe-2018last_img read more


first_imgHouston’s in celebration mode as Astros fans welcome back their championship team! On Friday’s edition of Houston Matters, thousands are expected to turn out for today’s festivities in downtown Houston. We bring you live updates leading up to the parade.News 88.7’s Brien Straw joins us live from downtown Houston to describe the atmosphere, and News 88.7’s Florian Martin will check in with us from the parade route downtown. Then, Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse joins us in the studio along with Jeff Balke, our regular weekly sports commentator who writes for the Houston Press and Houstonia Magazine. They discuss the last time Houston held a celebration of this magnitude around a huge sports win, the decision by HISD to cancel classes, how a championship impacts the attitudes of Houston sports fans and its players, and much more.Also this hour: We preview the National Women’s Conference. Our panel of non-experts discusses The Good, The Bad And The Ugly of this week’s news. And we meet the longtime public address announcer for the Astros, Bob Ford.Houston Matters offers a free daily, downloadable podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and various other podcasting apps. 00:00 /61:41 Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share Xlast_img read more


first_imgIn this screen capture of a Texas House of Representatives Committee on Public Health hearing, lawmakers hear from mental health advocates on May 17, 2018.As more attention turns to mental health care for kids affected by Hurricane Harvey, Texas lawmakers are inviting recommendations on how to help kids across the state struggling with similar issues. Rates of mental health issues typically climb following disasters like Harvey, and advocates say that trend has mostly held true along the Gulf Coast. Share Listen 00:00 /00:50center_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Texas officials established a mental health task force just after Harvey, and at a Texas House of Representatives Committee on Public Health hearing, advocates called on lawmakers to devote more resources to mental health support statewide. “What Texas needs to do is take the experience and the lessons learned and the work of this task force and expand it statewide,” Josette Saxton, Director of Mental Health Policy at Texans Care for Children told, told Houston Public Media.Saxton said Harvey ushered in a new wave of attention to mental health needs, particularly in schools, but statewide needs are still not being met.“We have this patchwork of services and supports that are available in some schools but not in others,” Saxton said. “We also don’t keep track of data of what is being offered in schools.”Saxton said she and other advocates to see those concerns come up in the 2019 legislative session. Xlast_img read more