Cat Cardenas’s 2021 essay made a poignant case about the mistakes Selena never got to make—and how they would have deepened our love for her.
The Texas-raised actor returned to Sundance for the premiere of his latest film—a brutal, impressive character study of a troubled bodybuilder.
Margaret Brown’s remarkable ‘Descendant’ deserved to take its case for reparations to an audience of millions.
To mark the state park system’s centennial, the Bullock hosts an exhibit dedicated to the great outdoors.
The jazz vocalist pays tribute to the Dallas icon in ways that make her work feel fresher than ever.
With WWE in San Antonio for the Royal Rumble, we look at the history of a particularly Texan contribution to the world of scripted combat.
With ‘The Baroness From Kaufman County,’ two Austin filmmakers help the East Texas philanthropist tell her story the way she sees it.
After Sunday’s loss, “America’s Team” is now 0–7 in NFL Division Round games since 1996, and 0–3 with Dak Prescott as quarterback.
On the occasion of his third cult examination, Guinn shares what he’s learned about the charisma of evil.
The HBO series ‘The Last of Us’ spent its first act showing us how Austin would handle people-eating monsters. Houston, on the other hand . . .
While the state racing commission jousts with a new federal oversight body, business is cratering at Texas racetracks.
Búho, opening in the historic district, is one element in the revitalization of the border town.
Dylan lovingly highlights several Texas artists in ‘The Philosophy of Modern Song.’
“I can talk to my accordion and make it respond to me; I can make it happy or make it cry.”
The Hall of Fame bull rider is the subject of an upcoming documentary and a Hollywood biopic—but if you ask him he’s “just a cowboy.”
The Spurs electrified a once sleepy city, paved the way for the Mavs’ and Rockets’ success, and won a few games along the way.
Jonathan Majors and Tommy Lee Jones don’t just have their home state in common.
Here’s what Steve Earle, Vince Gill, Margo Price, Kacey Musgraves, and the Austin-born actor told us to cue up—and why.
The most strikeouts ever. The most no-hitters ever. With those records, Nolan Ryan could afford to take it easy in retirement. But he never left the game behind.
With the Texas Longhorns set to join the Southeastern Conference no later than in 2025, UT will play Texas A&M for the first time in more than a decade.
Fawcett set the standard in the 1970s—blond, thin, and smiling. Thankfully, that’s changed.
Decades after Willie Nelson performed on the pilot, the show is now a national institution—but not too national.
With the city consolidating its school district, Wichita Falls High—and the six-time state champion Coyotes—will be no more.
Regarded by many Texans as a classic work of history, T. R. Fehrenbach’s ‘Lone Star’ contains racist ideas that shouldn’t be ignored.
From George Jones to Attica Locke, these Texans have made lasting cultural impacts on the state.
Once a symbol of Houston’s wealth and ambition, the now-empty stadium no longer represents much of anything.
It’s been almost thirty years since America’s Team last played in the Super Bowl, yet fans remain hooked on Jerry Jones’s soap opera.
Why the Kimbell Art Museum, in Fort Worth, changed the state’s art world—and architectural ambitions—forever.
From Staubach to Mahomes, Darrell Royal to Coach Pop, Lee Trevino to Simone Biles, here are sixteen figures who have defined Texas sports.
In a new book, Todd Sanders tells the stories of the custom neon works he’s created for the likes of Willie Nelson and Miranda Lambert.
Is it too much to ask for the concession stands to sell Minion tacos?
The Houston Texans have sacked their fourth head coach in three years. Perhaps that means the franchise’s woes run far deeper than its on-field leader.
Musician Tory Lanez was convicted of shooting the Houston rapper, but Megan is still dealing with the fallout from telling the truth.
For many legendary musicians, there was no finer guitar than one made by San Antonio’s Guadalupe Acosta and his sons. Their descendants are restoring their legacy.
The 13–1 Horned Frogs will be no match for Georgia’s talent and size in the national championship game. Just like they were against Michigan.
The school’s response to Beard’s arrest on domestic violence charges brought a swift end to the basketball coach’s brief tenure.
The TV sensation, largely set elsewhere, leans on Texan artists from Uncle Lucius to the Panhandlers to set an authentic Western tone.
First-year head coach Sonny Dykes put as much effort into retaining TCU’s existing talent as he did recruiting new players.
From ‘Stranger Things’ to the Sex Pistols, from the Houston suburbs to the outskirts of Texas City, these were the actors who got our attention.
John T. Floore’s Country Store in Helotes is a honky-tonker’s honky-tonk, a veritable institution of Texas music. The dance hall’s walls are covered with photographs of the legends that have graced its stage: Elvis Presley, Hank Williams, Bob Wills, Patsy Cline, B.B. King, Ernest Tubb, Bob Dylan, Merle Haggard,
This is the year that returned Beyoncé to our ears and Beavis and Butt-head to our screens.
From emotion-filled portraits to sweeping landscapes, this year’s top shots required out-of-the-box concepts and a little quick thinking.
From classics like ”Pretty Paper” and “Christmas Time in the Valley” to new releases from 2022, here’s the perfect playlist for celebrating the holidays in Texas.
Bally Sports Southwest’s Craig Way wouldn’t trade his annual high school football marathon for a chance to call the Super Bowl.
From Marfa to Montrose, we live, laugh, and love amid the same wall decor. Whose fault is it?
From Bruce Springsteen to Ballet Austin, there are plenty of ways to break out of the winter doldrums this season.
The artworks were semi-terrifying, but at least the people were nice.
At Blanco’s annual gathering, ethnicities, genres, and styles mix and clash, but are united by a common instrument.
The Texas Longhorns’ NFL-bound All-American deserves to be remembered alongside past greats like Earl Campbell, Ricky Williams, and Cedric Benson.
The DA in El Paso County shares a name with an iconic Texas comedian. How well can you tell them apart?