The Texas A&M football coach denied Saban’s claim that the Aggies “bought” all their players and called the accusation “despicable.”
The 72-year-old Oscar winner and East Texas native takes her small-town ethos to the small screen—and across galaxies.
For Dallas fans with "Cowboys fatigue," the Mavs' NBA playoff run to the Western Conference finals is a welcome antidote.
The Mathis native and 2022 Guggenheim fellow ruminates on masculinity in his debut memoir.
The Hulu series, costarring Texan Sasha Lane, is a worthwhile adaptation of Sally Rooney’s best-selling novel.
Award-winning, Dallas-raised writer Will Arbery has plumbed his siblings’ personal dramas for his own, including his latest, ‘Corsicana.’
An all-time-great game seven offers a hint of how high Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks can fly in the 2022 NBA playoffs.
The show, which focuses on the Islamic influence on the 175-year-old French brand, is poised to be a summer hit.
In ‘12th of June,’ the Klein singer-songwriter shares the love and joys of home life.
The pistol-packing cartoon villain represents every ugly stereotype about our state, but there’s a strange power in embracing him.
After a four-year hiatus from comedy, the Rio Grande Valley native has a new Netflix special and a new approach to her career.
In the captivating show, on view at the McNay, San Antonio native Donald Moffett remixes the museum’s collection alongside his own work.
In a city famous for its transplants, Austin’s Major League Soccer team has created a space where longtime residents can feel at home.
Our favorite Texas Monthly pieces featuring the country music star, who died on Saturday at 86, and the cultural phenomenon he helped inspire.
‘King Rex,’ based on Lawrence Wright’s 1980 article about millionaire turned drug kingpin Rex Cauble, will star Henry Winkler.
The team's request to play more "home" games away from the AT&T Center raised familiar fears that San Antonio could lose its NBA franchise.
With small-screen projects such as ‘Moon Knight’ and ‘The Good Lord Bird,’ Ethan Hawke’s righteous believers get more room to breathe.
On the 50th anniversary of his eponymous 1972 record, five renowned singer-songwriters—including Jimmy Buffett and Lyle Lovett—celebrate Willis Alan Ramsey.
A Wall Street Journal reporter’s book flips the script about the meme stock–trading frenzy that erupted around Grapevine-based retailer GameStop in 2021.
The Toronto rapper has an everywhere-and-nowhere relationship with place, but no city has influenced him as much as H-Town.
“By the way, what’s the score?” asked NHL emergency backup goalie Thomas Hodges just before taking the ice.
The quiet border town hosts amateur drag races at the Presidio International Raceway, featuring anything from souped-up muscle cars to pickup trucks.
‘A Beautiful Time’ picks up where his "mortality trilogy" of albums left off, with an especially off-the-wall cover and new songs reflecting on life and death.
Ballroom—competitive drag shows—dates back to drag balls and masquerades in 1860s Harlem. Now it’s making headway in Texas.
Texan actors have a strong presence in the MCU. But which performances would we watch in any multiverse, and which would we prefer blipped out of existence?
The storied actor and Fort Worth native always wanted to direct. His gripping debut, released twenty years ago, showed us why.
The award-winning writer and professor, who died April 19 at 93, was often compared to William Faulkner, but that doesn’t tell the whole story.
Vin Diesel, in a long, feelings-heavy Instagram post, revealed how close the venerable Texas star came to playing Lucas Hobbs.
Long a symbol of SMU football’s 1980s rule-breaking, the flashy car has become an edgy marketing strategy, and Dickerson loves it.
After a lifetime away from his hometown of Waco, the legendary director and playwright returns to the Houston Grand Opera with ‘Turandot.’
Amid an otherwise stellar off-season for UT football, a team leader’s public criticism has raised familiar questions about the program.
The Houstonian pulled double duty on ‘Saturday Night Live’ as host and musical guest. How’d she do?
A decade after Jackie Robinson integrated MLB, Black Texas League players found themselves banned from competing at road games in Shreveport.
This April, the Blaffer Art Museum will display Francis’s portraits of Texans from Beyoncé to Ann Richards—some of which appeared in this magazine.
Organized crime! Illicit booze! The beach! In this exclusive excerpt from her new novel ‘Last Dance on the Starlight Pier,’ Sarah Bird explores Galveston at the end of the twenties, a setting she calls “a gift to a novelist.”
For every toddler who loved Barney, there was an adult who wanted to punch him. Now the purple dinosaur is back to torment a new generation.
Bobbie Nelson, pianist and older sister to Texas music icon Willie Nelson, died Thursday morning at 91.
Eagle Pennell’s ‘The Whole Shootin’ Match’ sets the standard for showing Texans who they are instead of who they’re supposed to be.
The 25-year-old UT grad has won four of his last six PGA Tour events—and Sunday’s win wasn’t any old victory, it was the Masters.
Houston sculptor John Havel discovered he was living with a genius. “I thought, ‘Oh my God, my parrot can make Giacomettis.’ ”
A dystopian puppet show and aisles of groceries made out of plastic bags kick off Fusebox Festival 2022.
A former MLB front-office insider breaks down the business and baseball reasons behind the Texas Rangers' record-breaking off-season spending.
Even after a historic free-agency binge, the Texas Rangers have a long way to go before they catch up with the Houston Astros.
At Elsik High School, students from Honduras, Senegal, Houston, and most places in between form the best boys soccer team you've never heard of.
After a two-year pandemic delay, the Austin native will appear in ‘Top Gun: Maverick.’ But that’s only one of his recent projects to launch.
We can’t let California win, y’all. Here’s everything you need to know about how to vote for Texas in the pop song competition.
In an upcoming record, the singer’s voice will be digitally aged. The Quintanilla family continues to misunderstand why Selena’s fans adored her.
Katy ISD is considering a ban on the Pulitzer Prize–winning graphic novel about the Holocaust. Here’s what the book taught me.
In ‘You Sound Like a White Girl,’ Julissa Arce combines memoir and history to reclaim the Latino identity she pushed away as an undocumented immigrant.
From playing hoops at Texas Wesleyan to dropping Tombstone pile drivers at Jerry World, Mark Calaway recalls how he rose to WWE superstardom.