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Houston on the Move: Episode 3

Posted on 19 November 2010 by HAHMP

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Hello Friends!

Houston on the Move is on the road and on our 3rd show we featured a several guests and an attraction that will have kids wanting more.  To begin, we had a local Chef and Restaurant Owner, Leopoldo “Polo” Becerra tell us his cooking story.

On the 3rd show we into the life of Baldemar Rodriguez a cinematographer who had the passion and dream of making movies ever since he was a child.

Sometimes it’s difficult to find a place to entertain your kid, but there is an answer, to give us details over the fun that the Children’s Museum of Houston can bring, we had PR/ Promotions Director of the Children’s Museum of Houston, Henry Yau.

Thanks for joining us and below you will find contact information for the featured on today’s show.

Post Oak Grill and Polo’s Signature Restaurants

To get more information over Polo or any of his restaurants visit www.polobecerra.com

“El Nacional”

To get more information or a more of a taste of Director Baldemar Rodriguez’s movie, “El Nacional” visit www.elnacionalmovie.com

Children’s Museum of Houston

If you’re interested in visiting, or for more information visit www.cmhouston.org

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Houston on the Move: Episode 2

Posted on 02 November 2010 by HAHMP

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Hello Friends!

Houston on the Move continues the move! On our 2nd show we featured a variety of guests and an attraction.  Starting it off, we had Attorney Silvia Mintz who is known for truly living the American Dream. From janitor to nanny to being the co-owner of a law firm, she gives us her story.

Domestic Violence, an issue that affects people of all ages, races, religions, cultures, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientations and physical or mental abilities. We had Manager of Hotline Services for the Houston Area Women’s Center, Celinda Guerra to inform the community of what options victims have.

On the 2nd show we follow the story of how a local writer became an Award winning poet.

Located in Downtown Houston, Discovery Green has a lot to offer, to tell us what it offers year around we had Programming Director of Discovery Green, Susanne Theis.

Thanks for joining us and below you will find contact information for the featured on today’s show.

Houston Community College

To learn about going back to school or learn about a different career visit www.hccs.edu or call 713.718.2000

Houston Area Women’s Center

To find out more information about the Houston Area Women’s Center and what they do visit www.hawc.org.

Domestic Violence Hotline- 713.528.2121

Sexual Assault Hotline- 713.528.7273

Gwendolyn Zepeda

If you’re interested in knowing more about Gwendolyns’ story visit www.gwendolynzepeda.com

Nuestra Palabra

Visit www.nuestrapalabra.org

Discovery Green

If you want to visit Discovery Green, or just find out more information visit www.discoverygreen.com or call 713.400.7336
Located at: 5100 Mc Kinney

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