‘The Ultimatum,’ ‘Married at First Sight,’ and ‘Love Is Blind’ have all shot in the state. If we do say so ourselves, single Texans have a certain je ne sais quoi.
The Longhorns dominated Nebraska with a record-breaking service performance in the NCAA women's volleyball finals.
Division I schools thought John Matocha was too small, so the former Magnolia West star went to Division II and wrote his own legend.
Christmastime in Texas has inspired countless songs, but when it comes to classic holiday movies, we’ve long been left in the cold.
The Arlington a capella group stood before the lord of song, declaring “Hallelujah” to be holiday music.
The film portrayal of the Dallas wrestling titans delivers an emotional suplex, but it could have used more moves.
Jamie Rigdon and his sons have made a habit of bouncing between high schools and collecting football championships along the way.
The Texas punk pioneer and Hall of Fame singer-songwriter reflects on the release of his first solo album since a 2019 heart attack.
The concert film is a performance masterpiece, but it also raises questions about the artist’s messaging.
Texas's Defiance Press publishes conservative broadsides that border on fiction. But it’s the company’s actual novels that are truly strange.
Our state’s legacy of great writing has a publishing tradition to match. Here are a handful of the dozens of outfits producing great books in Texas.
Vicki Nichols, a music teacher at Grandview Elementary, has been nominated for the award for her innovative strings program.
With a Big 12 championship and a spot in the College Football Playoff, head coach Steve Sarkisian has built a winning culture in Austin.
The Philadelphia Eagles Covered Willie Nelson’s “Pretty Paper” for Christmas. We Regret to Inform Cowboys Fans That It Slaps.
With Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield singing harmonies, to boot.
Few programs can recruit or raise money as well as the Aggies. This week, A&M hired Elko to coach the team to its championship potential.
Two years after her death, reissued records and a tribute album remind us to revisit Nanci’s remarkable voice, which could only ever have been from Texas.
How the North Texas commuter school, which competes in Division III sports, built one of the top e-sports programs in the country.
The Longhorn Network will go off the air next July. But the University of Texas’s pursuit of its own channel changed college sports forever.
The bingeable ‘Lawmen: Bass Reeves’ takes one of Texas’s most deserving legends and imbues it with a pulpy sensibility.
The Von Erichs get the Hollywood treatment, Tomball raises its stein, Beyoncé resurrects the Renaissance tour, and a Houston artist is golden.
The $77 million the university will pay Jimbo Fisher to not coach football could fund 1,666 full-tuition scholarships—or buy 17 billion Goldfish crackers.
The Texas Cowgirls weren’t all from the state, but the groundbreaking women’s pro team promoted itself with loads of Texas mystique.
At a program that covets football greatness—and whose donors will pay almost anything to attain it—firing Jimbo Fisher was an easy call.
Andy Cohen, please heed this modest proposal.
The Arlington native has earned four Grammy nominations, performed at the Super Bowl, and toured with Shania Twain. But is she “Nashville” yet?
On the new album ‘Jenny From Thebes,’ the indie band revives the characters from ‘All Hail West Texas,’ its seminal 2002 exploration of life in the Lone Star State.
‘The Madstone,’ a sequel to 2018’s ‘The Which Way Tree,’ is a compelling read on its own terms.
Two years ago, the Texas Rangers finished in last place with 102 losses. Now, after a stunning—and pricey—turnaround, they are MLB champions.
The University of Houston football team wore “Luv Ya Blue” in its season opener, and NFL lawyers want to make sure it never happens again.
The World Series–bound Texas Rangers have embraced the much-maligned band with arms wide open. And it turns out that Creed kinda slaps.
Tobe Hooper’s ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’ satirizes yuppie greed by painting the entire state with a broad and bloody brush.
The compilation cover album Texas Wild, which includes pairings such as Adrian Quesada and Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name,” was curated by a mad Texan genius.
Foul trouble slowed the San Antonio Spurs rookie in Wednesday’s loss to Dallas, but Wembanyama’s flashes of brilliance still shone bright.
Thanks to second-year coach Trent Miller and five-star senior quarterback DJ Lagway, 8–0 Willis High School has become an “addict” for winning.
The Art Car Museum’s reopened retrospective spotlights the deeply personal collages made by one half of Texas’s legendary art power couple.
Before game two of the ALCS, a Houston Astros fan was told his shirt, which referenced the team’s cheating scandal, was unwelcome at the ballpark.
Who wouldn’t want to drink a Murder on the Orient Espresso martini?
For me, the experience of shopping at Kindred Stories is more than just a transaction.
Much of the joy of a great used bookstore is in discovering the messages scribbled in a paperback’s margins.
To celebrate the enduring power of the Texas bookstore, we’re publishing odes to shops old and new, essays by some of our favorite novelists, conversations with booksellers, and more.
A Texas legend finally gets top billing, Willie spills on his songs, the Black Pumas return, and Sugar Land hosts Honeyland.
"Bookseller" was one of the Pulitzer winner's core identities, and at Booked Up, it showed.
Sorry, New York. The largest U.S. publisher of literature in translation, plus a thriving global books scene, resides in the Metroplex.
A new movie adaption, starring Nicolas Cage, may finally bring the 1960 novel ‘Butcher’s Crossing’ the fame it deserves—right when we need to heed its message.
At nearly fifty years old, the feminist bookstore remains a safe haven for those seeking a place to process the world.
The independent bookstores of sixties and seventies San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas created community and opened whole new worlds for Texans.
From McAllen to Austin, indie bookstores have provided Fernando A. Flores with far more than just reading material.
COVID put Texas author Katie Gutierrez’s book launch for her debut novel on hold. This San Antonio independent bookstore came to the rescue.
Houston’s Murder by the Book serves up bloodshed with a smile.
We scoured the state for every indie we could find. Texas readers, you’re going to want to bookmark.