District 3 candidate Gabriel Velasquez (starts at 1:55): "... If we as a city really want to discover our opportunity to capitalize on the arts, we have to realize that there's no richer story in the arts than the truer history of our artistic expression or our cultural makeup."
Pie to the People co-founder Yvette Benavides (starts at 16:51): "Each and every one of us is born creative. Non-creativity is learned."
ART Magazine Editor Haydee Munoz (starts at 28:51)): "We're talking about having real content by people who are actually thinking about things."
East Pyron/Symphony Lane Neighborhood Association President Gerrit Dinkla (starts at 46:52): "The real issue we have is the way that this was done ... there's no checks and balance on this approach."
Bankers Anonymou (starts at 56:25): "We're at an interesting point in our society where the Occupy Wall Street movement on the left and the Tea Party on the right are both saying, to me, similar things – our elites are not legitimate; the system is broken."
Callie Enlow (starts 1:12:04): Signs that Republicans in the TX Lege will push a compromise on expanding Medicaid, plus Perry's fetal pain bill.