How should we feel about Reynier Leyva Novo’s shockingly on-the-nose new sauna installation?
A new trailer reveals that the Mexican American superhero will live in a fictional city, breaking with canon. Comic book fans are not happy.
A 3–1 start to the MLB season could mean nothing, but it's still the best the Texas Rangers have managed since 2013.
We have seven words for you: Owen Wilson in a Bob Ross wig.
For decades, the Houston folklorist labored over his biography of the legendary bluesman. Seven years after McCormick’s death, the book is finally out—and so are the secrets long kept by its troubled author.
The 2023 Country Music Television (CMT) Music Awards ceremony has brought nominees from across the country to the Lone Star State. See red carpet and backstage photos of winners.
Eight storylines for Texan fans to follow, from Iowa's superstar guard to South Carolina's dominance to Kim Mulkey's return to Texas.
Mavs great Dirk Nowitzki, along with four San Antonio Spurs—Gregg Popovich, Becky Hammon, Tony Parker, and Pau Gasol—headline the 2023 class.
The Alamo City’s once-legendary symphony officially collapsed last year. But its musicians have continued to play just steps from their former home.
A potential all-Texas grudge match between the Cougars and Longhorns could determine who goes to the NCAA Tournament's Final Four.
'cleaVage: the front story' is the world’s first musical about silicone breast implants. Do we need a punny goof-fest about the saga of fake boobs? Yes.
The new Beyoncé-inspired, must-watch TV show explores what happens when fan culture goes too far.
The Corpus Christi native’s directorial debut is a self-assured, joyful ode to inclusivity and snack foods.
How a renowned football state became a college basketball hotbed, with five top-25 teams looking to make noise in the NCAA tournament.
The current Yellowstone-fueled “Westerncore” aesthetic is little more than a cultural blip compared to what Dallas and Urban Cowboy unleashed in 1980.
The Nazareth Swiftettes have won 25 state championships in less than fifty years—and they just hung another banner for 2023.
After Chris Beard’s firing, fans assumed the season was over. Then the remaining coaches and the roster took control of their destiny.
A deep dive into Nelson’s cover of “I’ve Got a Tiger by the Tail,” from his 150th album, ‘I Don’t Know a Thing About Love.’
In his first book, Houston physician and writer Ricardo Nuila argues that these publicly funded institutions don’t deserve their awful reputation—and offer a model for mending our broken health-care system.
Author Casey Gerald reflects on the creative process behind his August 2021 cover profile of the Fort Worth R&B singer.
Forty years ago, a crop of films led by ‘Terms of Endearment’ and ‘Tender Mercies’ reimagined the way we see Texas.
Texas Tech suspended the men’s basketball coach after Adams used “unacceptable and racially insensitive” language with a player.
Ren Stevens and Kim Possible led the early aughts star to the role she was always meant to play—content strategist—in the place she was always meant to live.
With two blockbusters hitting theaters in the span of a few weeks, the newly minted A-lister is doing Cedar Hill proud.
Willie Nelson covers ten songs written by his late friend Harlan Howard in ‘I Don’t Know a Thing About Love.’
They can and they will. NCAA conference realignment is making bizarre matchups like SMU versus Oregon the norm.
“Soy de Tejas” is an ambitious survey exhibition at the Centro de Artes Gallery featuring forty up-and-coming artists from around the state.
The author of Goodbye to a River and two-time National Book Award finalist helped create the magazine’s Country Notes column.
An anxiety-inducing new show at the Modern Art Museum reminds us just how thoroughly screens have co-opted our daily lives.
Threat of impersonal farmhouse decor aside, the purchase of Archer City’s beloved Booked Up could mean hope for a reopening.
Kelvin Sampson and projected top-ten NBA draft pick Jarace Walker have the Cougars back at No. 1 and eyeing another Final Four run.
An all-female creative team set Peggy Jo Tallas’s story to a score of country, folk, and riot grrrl punk.
Treviño’s biographer reflects on the artist’s legacy.
Sanctions against last year's team banned Duncanville from the 2023 state tournament. What'd the Panthers do? Aim for a national championship.
Updated for the Dobbs era, ROE is an empathetic look at the landmark Supreme Court decision.
The announcement of an official date for Texas and Oklahoma’s move to the SEC signaled the end of Texas college football as we know it.
These books are sure to make your special someone swoon.
The film composer behind the scores for ‘Devotion’ and ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’ has never bought into the rigid rules of classical music.
An Arlington native says the Dallas Cowboys won’t win another championship until the team restores her grandmother’s bluebonnet patch.
The former Channelview High quarterback, who will lead the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, ran “like frickin’ Larry Csonka.”
A deep dive into “Wild Animals,” a song from the Dallas R&B artist’s newest album, ‘Girl in the Half Pearl.’
Katherine Propper’s student films have won awards at major film festivals. How does she do it? By knowing the rules of filmmaking—and breaking them.
A debate between Andy Langer, Dan Solomon—and Ice Cube?
One night in the fall of 1869, an angel visited a homeopathic physician in upstate New York named Cyrus Teed. She told him he was the Lamb of God, spoken of in the Bible’s book of Revelation, who was prophesied to open the seven seals and bring about the end-time.
The NBA guard can search for the Earth’s edge in Big Bend and bone up on JFK conspiracy theories when he’s not getting buckets in Dallas.
A bittersweet night for Queen Bey, a momentous night for Lizzo and Willie Nelson, and a confusing one for Chris Brown.
Attica Locke looks back on her 2012 essay weighing her Houston pride against the fact that “there are things about the state that just don’t work for me.”
The Dallas Stars left winger is on pace to set new franchise scoring records—and he’s inspiring a generation of new hockey fans along the way.
The El Paso–born wrestler Cassandro, Edinburg High School mariachis, and a Matamoros teacher all shone at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival.
A writer looks back on his 2018 cover story on Myrtis Dightman Sr., “the Jackie Robinson of Rodeo,” who broke the sport’s color line.