Only thirty theaters capable of project 70mm IMAX exist in the world. Two of them are in Texas. You'll probably have to settle for "Croppenheimer."
Cindy Walker Days pays tribute to one of the greatest country songwriters ever while raising funds to save her Mexia house—and all the treasures it holds.
Glossy recruiting classes, promising quarterbacks, unmatched spending power—enjoy it now before they start underachieving.
How South Asian business leaders are turning Texas into the next global hot spot for the world’s second-biggest sport.
For the latest iteration of the art empire’s otherworldly brand, Meow Wolf has chosen an exotic locale: a suburban Texas mall.
Dallas Wings forward and WNBA All-Star Satou Sabally is having the best year of her career—and starting to give us Dirk Nowitzki flashbacks.
The San Antonio museum is delighting Texans (and finding new fans nationwide) on the new social media platform.
Self-trained muralist Roberto Marquez creates public art after mass shootings and other tragedies. Unfortunately for everyone, he’s been very busy.
Malin’s ubiquitous aerial images of beaches, versions of which you can purchase on puzzles, rugs, towels, and more, are a hallmark of our era.
Gregg Popovich, the oldest head coach in NBA history, just signed a contract extension with the San Antonio Spurs. Wembanyama is why.
Though the South Dallas–born queen of neo-soul hasn’t dropped an album in over a decade, she’s currently on her biggest tour yet.
Shawn Warner was at an empty book signing for ‘Leigh Howard and the Ghosts of Simmons-Pierce Manor’ when a Fort Worth TikToker took notice. The rest is history.
Anne Rapp Immortalized Small-town Texas on the Big Screen. But She Can’t Stop Her Hometown From Fading Away.
During Anne Rapp’s Hollywood career, she worked with the biggest names in movies. Now, at 72, she’s ready to tell her own stories about her Panhandle upbringing.
The injury-depleted Astros should be having a nightmare season. But surprise performances from little-known players have kept Houston winning.
The multiplatinum artist, who has released a new deluxe version of the 2012 record, reflects on the dark (and fun) L.A. summer when it was written.
On the latest single from ‘Texas Wild,’ a forthcoming tribute album stacked with state classics, you can hear the joy in Bingham’s weathered voice.
“You don’t even need Disney or Universal. Texas itself is its own brand,” says Lizzy McGee, who is working to bring a Lone Star–centric amusement park to Houston.
The seven-time Olympic medalist will return to competition this summer, according to USA Gymnastics.
Richard Linklater didn’t set out to make a Texas film, but Matthew McConaughey’s iconic character feels like somebody every Texan knows.
H-Town is the cartoon character’s alleged hometown, but she seems more like a Conroe gal to me.
Before Pete Delkus was known for joshin’ it up on the news, he was a sidearm pitcher who nearly made it to the major leagues.
Is there anything better than a good story with a view?
The 1950s-set comedy is being hailed as the director’s best work in years, and I can’t figure out why.
The Lege approved the highest film incentives budget the state has ever seen. Here's what that massive check means for productions and the biz overall.
They've won the NBA draft lottery three times. The first two landed David Robinson and Tim Duncan—now it's Victor Wembanyama's turn.
Meow Wolf finally opens! Jamie Foxx returns to Netflix! Erykah Badu is on tour! Vampires are at war?
Texas Monthly reporter Dan Solomon just published his first work of young adult fiction, ‘The Fight for Midnight.’ These are the books that inspired him.
The Austin neoclassical group’s new album, ‘Pendant World,’ evokes the natural wonder of the Lone Star State.
'TV Montrose,' the lightning-in-a-bottle production that aired from 1998–1999, is being digitized by the University of Houston Special Collections Library.
Texas Monthly staffer Dan Solomon discusses his first book, ‘The Fight for Midnight,’ which comes out as we approach the ten-year anniversary of a dramatic day (and night) at the Legislature.
Sarah Bird, Fernando A. Flores, Mary Helen Specht, Sergio Troncoso, James Wade, and six more Texas writers reflect on what McCarthy meant to them and to the state.
The Horned Frogs have won 19 of their last 21 games and are undefeated in the postseason as they head to Omaha.
From a small bookstore in Central Texas, the best-selling author rules over the booming Stoicism self-help movement. Why now? Why here?
The superstar has a collection of memorabilia on display in North Texas. But for die-hard Taylor Swift fans, is it worth the trip?
‘Mad Men.’ ‘Homeland.’ ‘Love & Death.’ The current golden age of television wouldn’t be the same without the work of Dallas native Lesli Linka Glatter.
The rising Alabama alt-pop artist and the Arlington country star aim for a classic Texas breakup song. Do they hit the mark?
A deep dive into a track from the guitarist’s latest album, ‘The Happiest Times I Ever Ignored.’
The Texan superstars paired up on “If You Were Mine,” Lambert’s first single since leaving her record label.
Even without the team’s $185 million ace pitcher, the Texas Rangers are off to the best start in franchise history.
The Alabama football coach warned that wealthy programs could dominate through NIL spending. But money can't buy what UT and A&M need most.
Yes, their Western Conference Finals loss still stings. But the future is big and bright for Texas’s lone NHL franchise.
No other school in the state—not UT, not A&M, not Texas Tech—has made the last nine NCAA tournaments in a row.
Supporters have unfurled the anti–gun violence flags at soccer matches after mass shootings in Texas, Nashville, and Louisville.
After six dreadful years, the Texas Rangers are on top of the American League West—with the Houston Astros just two games behind.
The Max docuseries debuting today sheds new light on my reporting for Texas Monthly.
The Mesquite native revives 2010s R&B sounds in "Admit It," a song off her debut album, Aperture.
The award-winning hitmaker is just as obsessed with ‘Vanderpump Rules’ as we are.
David Robinson, Tim Duncan, and now Victor Wembanyama—when the Spurs draft number one overall, they get Hall of Fame big men.
No other NBA star raises his game for the postseason quite like Miami Heat guard and Tomball, Texas, native Jimmy Butler.
A major exterior improvement project for the UT art museum builds excitement, but old cracks show.