Everything tastes better on (or near) the grill. Just ask Dallas chef Tim Byres, who invited five of his friends over to create these mouthwatering recipes for your next backyard shindig.
For the first time in its history, Blue Bell is in a right sticky mess.
Can we save our beloved ant-eating, blood-spurting, quickly disappearing state reptile?
It was part musical, part dance movie, and part love story, and in June 1980 it unleashed an unprecedented fervor for country music, Western wear, and, yes, mechanical bulls. More than three decades later, the film’s stars (including John Travolta, Debra Winger, Mickey Gilley, and Johnny Lee) and many Gilley’s regulars recall the movie that made America fall in love with Texas.
A 181-year-old book reminds us that Texas was once much more German—and far more radical—than we realize.
How the Spindletop gusher turned one prospector into an arts patron with an unusual flair for self-recrimination.
When I was nine years old, I struggled to make a super 8 movie as my life unspooled around me.
Mimi Swartz cross-examines the Court of Criminal Appeals’ unprecedented sanctions against a death penalty lawyer.
Our estimable advice columnist on armadillo mortality, Dallas Cowboys etiquette, barbecue preferences, and a perfect Texas playlist.
Don’t invite a history buff to your "Texas Rising" viewing party.
In drought-ravaged West Texas, cotton farmers find good omens in unlikely places.
Iliza Shlesinger, whose comic style mates icy reserve with feverish belligerence, hits the road.
Meet SnapStream, a Google-style search engine for television.
What to read, hear, and watch this month to achieve maximum Texas cultural literacy.
Alyssa Michalke was recently named the first female commander of Texas A&M’s corps of cadets. It’s been a long time coming.
Some crazy stuff went down last month. Here are a handful of headlines you may have missed.
When you’ve got Barney Smith’s toilet seat exhibit, who needs the Rothko Chapel?
Corpus Christi fisherman John Garcia’s painted creations are off the hook.
From Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, in Dallas.
At the Dallas ramen shop Ten, you have to stand to eat the food—all the better to give it the ovation it deserves.
It’s not easy being green. So make sure you start with some good avocados.