Why is New York trying to steal Texas’s most Instagrammable puppy?
A British man is feeling guilty about walking around in exotic animal hide.
“Coach Tim” has a nice ring to it.
Plus, a larcenous middle school band director, and a CBD-packing grandma.
Ten years ago, my wife and I saw a listing on Craigslist for an 18-month-old Siberian husky. Within a few seconds of meeting Dio, I knew he was our dog. In the years since, we’ve cared for him in little ways (a grain-free diet that agrees with his sensitive stomach!)
A pair of Austin birders think it’s time to replace the Northern mockingbird with something more . . . Texas-y.
A San Antonio woman is looking for some liquid relief from the heat. The Texanist has a deluge of options.
This week: Topless man on heedless car trip!
The Fort Davis historian and raconteur knew and loved Texas and its people like no one else.
This summer marks the fiftieth anniversary of the trip that changed the world: the Apollo 11 moon landing. Texas Monthly has written about Texas’s role in the space program for decades, and our July collector’s issue combines the best of our archives with new perspectives on the final frontier.
Fifty years after man walked on the Moon, mankind is still stranded on Earth. That’s not the way it was supposed to be.
The shuttle age commences, becomes routine, and draws to a close, while Mars beckons.
From the Archives: During the Space Race’s Early Days, Americans Dared to Do the Impossible—and Did.
America finds inspiration and salvation on the moon—and then keeps going.
The Red Headed Stranger honors his fellow Texas troubadour with two tracks on his new album.
Descendants of slaves who escaped across the southern border observe Texas’s emancipation holiday with their own unique traditions.
We should honor this badass Medal of Honor winner, not an incompetent Confederate general who fought against the United States government in defense of slavery.
A Houston man is puzzled by the mustard-laden grub at Jack in the Box and McDonald’s.
The nonprofit founder, entrepreneur, and musician talks work-life balance, her inspiration, and fostering a community.
What should be done with the historic dreadnought once it’s relocated from its longtime home?
Petty state rivalries, the final frontier.
Plus, a new type of armored dinosaur, and scooters set on fire.
Texas GI Hershell Riggs went missing in 1950, but his family never gave up hope he’d come back home.
The richest black man in America made a big announcement during his commencement speech to the graduating class of 2019.
A Houston man visits Austin and is mildly flummoxed by RM 2222.
“Armed only with a mean face,” former sailor and soldier Oscar Stewart became a hero.
A Dallas man knows all about the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. It’s the people he wonders about.
An Austin man notes that the sky is the sky, no matter where you go.
This marsupial on the lam from an exotic wildlife ranch has become the talk of the Hill Country.
Healing a spooked horse takes time, patience, and skill. And maybe a little help from beyond.
He wanted to test the store’s “all leashed pets are welcome” policy.
Sabika Sheikh, a Muslim exchange student from Pakistan with dreams of changing the world, struck up an unlikely friendship with an evangelical Christian girl. The two became inseparable—until the day a fellow student opened fire.
With its mixture of American and Mexican heritage, South Texas does Holy Week like nowhere else.
First of all, it memorializes a parking garage.
Today in weird news in Texas.
Spending Texas Relays weekend with the Hands Full of Cash car club.
A Dallas man’s relations also inexplicably refer to guacamole as “avocado dip.”
A visit to the beloved mega-convenience chain’s first store outside its home state.
An Austin man argues that his spouse’s impressive Texas ancestry should count for something.
Back in January, Texas Monthly’s esteemed advice columnist the Texanist responded to a thought-provoking letter from a native Texan soldier stationed in Afghanistan. The soldier asked: “What would be your top five things to do, see, eat, and drink the moment I step foot back on
A Corpus Christi man pines for the days of two-stepping on those long wooden planks.
Whether I lived in Chicago, Germany, or Dallas, I came to recognize one thing: it’s impossible to leave the borderlands behind.
Plus, self-defense with a scooter.
My father always pampered his pets. So when he fell ill and moved in with us, it was no surprise that his corgi came to rule our home. What I didn’t expect was for Trilby to care for me after Dad was gone.
It's the opposite of a bum steer.
The Bird Bakery CEO talks Texas cravings and rates Armie Hammer as an ”Instagram husband.”
The power of social media. And donuts.
A Texan who spent a quarter of a century in Massachusetts is flummoxed by his former neighbors’ footwear foolishness.
When we put out a call for short-and-sweet notes about our state, you did not disappoint.
A newcomer to East Texas thinks it’s fine to dispatch venomous snakes on sight.
We talked to an expert to understand the Texan typo, for once and forth all.