A bill requiring the state attorney general to take legal action if cities or counties attempt to regulate guns passed the Senate Thursday over the objections of Sen. Royce West.
The cookies, known to most Texans as Caramel deLites, will be fried to mark the Girl Scout’s 100th Anniversary.
May 23, 2012 | by Sonia Smith
The show, titled The Client List, is based on a TEXAS MONTHLY story about a “massage parlor” in Odessa.
January 31, 2012 | by Sonia Smith
Texas barbecue, the classic version of which is distinguished by its use of beef brisket and its indirect smoking method, is superior to all other regional varieties of barbecue. There, we said it.
There are plenty of unpleasant reasons to take a staycation this summer, from the collapse of your 401(k) to the global outbreak of swine flu, but there are plenty of pleasant ones too. For the thirteen weekends between the first day of summer (June 21) and the first day of fall (September 22), we found thirteen weekend trips within Texas that will bring you as much fun, relaxation, romance, and history as anything you’ll find out there in the big, bad world.
June 1, 2009 | by Texas Monthly Staff | Weekend Getaways