The world's most Instagrammable festival has more to reveal—but you have to be there to see it.
The Austin-based office captured third place for the botched investigation of state representative Dawnna Dukes.
Landing in fourth place, the state government’s also-ran loyal opposition, for going missing in action, year after year.
It’s an experience Texas Monthly staffers will never forget, even the ones who didn’t actually experience it.
There’s no accounting for taste, though.
It was a year of amateurish attorneys, buck-naked burglars, credulous coal-walkers, doughnut detractors, empty-headed educators, fund-raising fabulists, grumbling graduates, hacked highway signs, ill-timed imitators, judgment-justifying Jerry Joneses, kavalier Katrinas, lime-laden locoweed, misguided mattress merchants, naive notes, outré outfits, pitmaster poseurs, questionable quarterbacks, reactive racists, slipshod spellers, taco tiffs, unwise users,
The 43-year-old magazine is pleased to welcome Tim Taliaferro as the sixth EIC and Scott Brown as the first chief creative officer.