The author of ‘The Perfect Pass’ and ‘Empire of the Summer Moon’ reflects on Mike Leach’s coaching legacy.
The former Texas Tech football coach, revered for his offensive mind and beloved for his one-of-a-kind character, died Monday.
In the past week, the Rangers have added an ace pitcher and the Astros have lost one. Can Arlington’s MLB team pay its way to competitiveness?
Somewhere inside every story—including the one in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to step back from the royal family, as told on Netflix’s ‘Harry & Meghan’—lies a Texan.
The Dallas-raised electronic musician is filling venues with his raucous, half-naked, almost fully improvised shows. Can he settle down just once and make a serious album?
The track from Abilene-based Old Fire’s new album, ‘Voids,’ evokes the bleakness of war and of the West Texas landscape.
The coauthor of memoirs by Vanessa Lachey, Shep Rose, and Chrishell Stause spills about the glamour—and grit—of helping the famous tell their stories.
Undefeated TCU wouldn’t be playing for a Big 12 championship and a national semifinal berth without gritty senior quarterback Max Duggan.
There’s potential for the two to be an iconic duo, a new generation’s Robert Redford and Paul Newman.
There’s no stoplight, no stores, and no walk-in businesses in Valentine. But there’s plenty of space to stretch those legs.
Making sense of the politics behind the unprecedented attacks on Texas school library volumes that deal with issues of race and gender.
The San Marcos–bred supergroup released two farewell albums last week, one of which is a reflective solo record that complicates the band’s legacy.
Jimmy Johnson’s memoir, ‘Swagger,’ is another salvo in the catty, decades-long feud between the former coach and Jerry Jones.
Five USMNT players came through FC Dallas’s system, which is considered the nation's best incubator of world-class soccer talent.
‘Live at Budokan’ is a mythical lost recording of Willie at the height of his powers.
Roll through the final weekend of the annual tour like a local art savant.
It was a riotous, emotional affair that at times felt like a family reunion.
Texas’s elite police force has long played the hero in film and television, although the reality is far more complex.
Will Beyoncé finally get her Album of the Year award, and more we want to know.
After the Horned Frogs beat UT Saturday, reports that the Longhorns passed on Dykes for Steve Sarkisian left Texas fans wondering, “What if?”
The Texas troubadour’s farewell lap was full of misadventures and unforgettable moments. Kind of like a classic REK song.
Multiple times throughout the documentary, Gomez repeats that she no longer craves stardom. But what the singer wants instead remains unclear.
Season three of the Netflix reality series wrapped up in Dallas, but between the gossipy fun and the occasional eye roll, there is insight into the nature of twenty-first-century relationships and marriage.
For the second time in history, the oversight body delivered its stiffest penalty—to a tiny central Texas high school with 48 total students.
One of Texas’s Greatest Artists Lives Quietly in East Texas—and Was a Beloved Professor to Famous Art Stars
Lee Baxter Davis is an unrecognized master because he’s never played to popular or critical tastes.
Dive deep into a song from Adrian Quesada’s newest album, ‘Jaguar Sound.’
Reflecting on the World Series with Astros announcer Todd Kalas, whose father, Harry Kalas, called Phillies games for almost forty years.
A fan from day one muses on sixty years of joy and heartbreak—and whether winning brings redemption.
Texas A&M is riding its worst losing streak since 2005, and the only thing protecting Jimbo Fisher’s job is his huge guaranteed contract.
Jeannie C. Riley celebrated her seventy-seventh birthday with a big bash in the tiny town of Burton, where she reflected on the irony of her sixties megahit “Harper Valley P.T.A.”
Artist Janavi Mahimtura Folmsbee has installed a soothing, glittering exhibit at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Thanks to a memorabilia boom and another Astros World Series trip, Houston has become a hotbed for rare hat collectors.
The titular character of director Ti West’s latest horror movie, ‘Pearl,’ is a young Texan who’s had it with the people and society that keep her repressed.
From Johnny Cash to the Stone Coyotes, musicians have long made harrowing music about the Lone Star State.
Gridlock, brand activations, and Austrian funnel cake ruled the weekend’s U.S. Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas.
With its fourth album and a big upcoming tour, Tulip, which is led by an ex-evangelical opera singer, is on the verge of its big break.
David Gordon Green’s rebooted horror trilogy concludes with another search for meaning, yet again, in senseless murder.
A new exhibition at the University of Texas at Austin spotlights the life and work of the Houston native, one of the country’s foremost abstract sculptors.
The ninth installment in the Rocky franchise puts honorary Texan Michael B. Jordan and official Texan Jonathan Majors in the ring, and we are here for it.
We know she’s a savage and a big ole freak, but is the Houston hometown hero funny? On ‘Saturday Night Live,’ we found out.
With a historic performance last week, the slugger led the Houston Astros to their sixth straight American League Championship Series.
I went to ACL hoping to belt out songs about heartbreak with the Golden-born singer, but she kept things light and positive.
We expected political statements, massive crowds, and sweaty concertgoers. We saw two out of three.
Spurs legends past and present reminded residents that they haven't been forgotten in the months since the shooting at Robb Elementary.
The band’s first Texas performance in six years celebrated family, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and (almost) harked back to the last time I actually enjoyed this music festival.
In his return from injury, Quinn Ewers and his burnt-orange mullet led UT to a 49–0 blowout win over the Oklahoma Sooners.
The teenager grew up in the Houston suburbs, where he started driving go-karts when he was six. He now races with some of the best drivers in the world.
Another 100-win season in the books, a chance to return to the World Series for the fourth time in six years—this franchise is special.
The CW drama is set in nineteenth-century Texas but strives for twenty-first-century relevance.
Ruby City rotates its contemporary collection with a new show well-timed for spooky season.