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.
By basing all of its operations and its teams in Arlington, the XFL may have hit on a formula for spring ball success.
Hypnotic, the supernatural thriller starring Ben Affleck that opened on Friday, is Robert Rodriguez’s twenty-first movie. The lifelong Texan is more prolific than almost any of his ’90s indie-film contemporaries—Quentin Tarantino, whose Reservoir Dogs debuted about a year before Rodriguez’s El Mariachi, has only made ten!—and that’s including a
Luka Dončić’s war on referees, the failure to re-sign Jalen Brunson, the trade for Kyrie Irving—it was all bad for the Mavs this season.
After years of struggle, Charley Crockett is on the verge of stardom. The story of how he got here would be unbelievable if it weren’t true.
Based on his life growing up in San Antonio’s Southside, the show feels unencumbered by the weight of representation.
Connie Britton’s tough yet compassionate Friday Night Lights character remains one of our most inspirational depictions of Texas womanhood.
It took a music producer to bring together the powerful pairing of grungy Austinite Tim Kerr and Houston sophisticate Robert Hodge, who worked together to create 40 paintings.
The Dallas Mavericks’ superstar guard is recognized for being a Texan who gave so much only to receive very little.
Frank Kozik, the Austin-based designer, who died this week, captured a generation with his posters for groups like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and the Beastie Boys.
The 49–1 Sooners have been nearly unbeatable. But one day, Dariana Orme, Aliyah Binford, and the Baylor Bears got the best of them.
In this original short story, when two down-on-their luck Houston men try to steal copper pipes from a home, nothing goes quite as planned.
Keith Meister, a team physician for the Texas Rangers, has reconstructed the elbows of many of the best players in baseball.
What makes the Texas woman unique? What makes her distinct from the demure Southern belle or the rugged, rifle-toting frontierswoman of the American West? As the novelist and Texas Monthly contributor Sarah Bird suggests in her 2016 essay collection, A Love Letter to Texas Women, maybe
The show’s infamous second season was shortened because of the strike, but that’s not the whole story.
Chris Vaughn, the team’s assistant director of college scouting, shared the good news with sixth-round pick Deuce Vaughn.
This month, fans have a chance to bid on books, guns, and a pinball machine owned by the definitive chronicler of twentieth-century Texas.
Snoop Dogg, the Chicks, Keith Richards, George Strait, and many, many more came together for a two-day birthday party the likes of which the world has never seen.
The show's cast and director reflect on the HBO Max series, based on a 1984 story written in Texas Monthly.
The beleaguered Houston Texans landed college stars C. J. Stroud and Will Anderson Jr. in the first round of the NFL draft.
The living legend and the bluegrass young gun unroll a pot-smoking, finger-picking good time.
HBO Max turned my house into that of Candy Montgomery, played by Elizabeth Olsen. Then things got hyperreal.
No matter how many star free agents the Houston Astros lose in the offseason, the reigning World Series champs keep winning.
The men behind the immensely popular Instagram event calendar just wanna have fun (and champagne).
In his Art of Livin’ live stream event, the Oscar-winning actor turns full lifestyle guru, with the help of Tony Robbins.
"Day Jobs," on view at the Blanton Museum of Art, argues that beauty and inspiration can be found even during a nine-to-five.
The movie uses a classic heist format to tackle the hot topic of climate change.
The Texas Rangers’ new uniform design takes great pains—including the creation of a new, mythical mascot—to make fans throughout the Metroplex feel seen.
Raúl the Third, the creator of the World of ¡Vamos! series, depicts a colorful childhood spent between El Paso and Juárez.
Before he began his pro baseball career, Jackie Robinson spent a season on the hardwood for Austin HBCU Samuel Huston College.
Juan Velazquez decided to pursue art in 2020. Since then, he’s painted dozens of murals fighting racism and gentrification.
Texas Southern University's cheer team went to the competition confident they'd come home champions. Mission accomplished.
The Aggie senior and reigning U.S. amateur champion flirted with setting an amateur course record before finishing sixteenth overall.
Paul Newman plays a brutish, morally repugnant monster in the classic anti-western. So why do Texans admire him anyway?
Only a handful of NBA players have suited up for all three Texas teams. One of them happens to be seven-foot-four Houston Rockets center Boban Marjanović.
Now 63, the college basketball coaching wunderkind turned cautionary tale is leading Tarleton State's transition to Division I.
The La Porte singer could’ve been a pop star, but he chose Texas country music instead. Nashville ignored him—until now.
A deep dive into the Sabinal-bred singer’s duet with Tucker from his new album, ‘Building Bridges.’
How should we feel about Reynier Leyva Novo’s shockingly on-the-nose new sauna installation?