One of three Texans to earn a fellowship this year, Jennifer Garza-Cuen explores the interconnections of place and identity in her stunning images. Read Story
The sole constitutional duty of the Texas Legislature is to pass a two-year budget. Once the House and the Senate pass their versions of a spending plan, a small group of budget negotiators from each chamber then gathers to come up with a final version to send to the governor. That task of resolving differences is one of the hardest and most important faced by lawmakers. And if the state… Read Story
From The Culture
The Netflix documentary (and surprise album!) offers an unfiltered look at how the Texas singer made music history at Coachella. Read Story
On The National Podcast of Texas, the university president talks college debt, diversity, the importance of science, and the strategy behind Jimbo Fisher’s salary.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, fashion designer and 'Project Runway' judge Maxwell and filmmaker Jessy Price discuss the deeper messages that clothes deliver, dressing Lady Gaga and Michelle Obama, and filming in Marfa.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter talks about his new tribute to Guy Clark, the state of the union, and how Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson changed his life.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the 'Grace and Frankie' star talks about navigating Silicon Valley, #MeToo’s impact on the modeling business, and the life she’s built on the back of 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit stardom.
Current Issue: April 2019
At her newest restaurant, Rebecca Rather turns daytime meals into something special. Read Story
Luling, Gonzales, and the park itself provide lots of fun options. Read Story
The artist's collaborative creation, like her other work, is deeply rooted in the communities she works with. Read Story
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Bob Ruff is working on his fifth Texas case in fewer than four years, this time hoping to prove the innocence of Sandra Melgar in the killing of her husband, Jaime Melgar.
Texas’s two biggest metropolitan areas spend entirely too much time on their phones while behind the wheel.
The senators who will help finalize the state budget—which affects 28 million Texans—are all white and Republican, and four of the five are from the Houston area.
Many Texans think their property taxes are too high. But the highly regressive sales tax would put even more of a burden on those who can least afford it.
'Unplanned,' a new film about Johnson's conversion from Planned Parenthood administrator to anti-abortion crusader, puts her back in the spotlight. But her story still doesn’t add up.
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The restaurant chain’s updated menu—which now includes tacos, sliders, and 'tins'—features Texas favorites like, uh, Pastrami Stackers? And California chicken flatbreads?
Plus: the best steak that Aaron Franklin ever ate.
Steve and Sherice Garner’s Houston joint pays homage to the authentic, Louisiana-style sausage of their youth.
The new Ponder food trailer is selling far more brisket chopped than sliced, but that’s just fine by pitmaster Brendan Lamb.
It’s not a barbecue joint, but Rich Vana’s restaurant serves a smoked pork belly pastrami on house-made bread that’s worth the trip.
Several BBQ joints will soon get their first Bison Smokers from the students at Forney High's metal shop.
The Petra and the Beast chef represents Texas on the prestigious lineup of ten national rising stars.
At 11:48 a.m. on August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman began firing his rifle from the top of the University of Texas Tower at anyone and everyone in his sights. At 1:24 p.m., he was gunned down himself. The lives of the people who witnessed the sniper’s spree firsthand would never be the same again.
How prosecutors tied a brazen murder in an upscale Dallas suburb to one of Mexico’s most violent criminal organizations.
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Every weekend this spring, homeowners are opening their doors to display new builds, restorations, and updated manors.
A Dallas man’s relations also inexplicably refer to guacamole as "avocado dip."
An Austin man argues that his spouse’s impressive Texas ancestry should count for something.
A Corpus Christi man pines for the days of two-stepping on those long wooden planks.
Reader letters published in our April issue.