Just as my husband and I were moving away from the city, we found ourselves embracing our adopted hometown.
Looks like Solange’s seat at the table may have a minimalist aesthetic.
San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth all place in the U.S. Postal Service’s list of the top fifteen worst offenders, too.
Got six pounds of ground ginger and a week of spare time? You could be the proud owner of an edible home.
Want to upgrade the kitschiness of your kitchen? There’s an auction for that.
Goodbye to the Waco king-and-queen of house flipping, Chip and Joanna Gaines.
Despite health risks, volunteers have stepped up to help in Harvey’s aftermath. Here’s a guide to safe mucking.
The Shefman family has taken drastic measures to protect their home from storms like Harvey.
With their forthcoming EP, the singer-songwriters seek to raise awareness for an issue that hits both of them close to home.
A big bag o' cats in Austin.
Harry Potter and the unlit lights.
You know you’ve seen it: condos multiplying, home prices tripling, realtors scrambling, buyers overbidding. Does our state’s fevered real estate craze make us the country’s best housing market—or the most overvalued? I went on a tour of our four largest cities to find out.
A curious case of courthouse nuptials.
An inside look at Pamela Colloff’s cover story on the fight for marriage equality.
An old friend says Houston’s Benthall, the alleged administrator of online drug emporium Silk Road 2.0, is an even unlikelier drug lord than Austinite Ross Ulbricht, who is currently on trial for running Silk Road 1.0. Which is not say that she thinks Benthall is innocent...
After the New Year’s Eve nuptials of their mom and dad, Phillip and Lori Sarofim are now step-siblings as well as spouses. Fifteen years after his second messy and expensive divorce, has Fayez Sarofim found true love at last?
On his third attempt, former Astros catcher, second baseman, and center fielder Craig Biggio has gained entry into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Office Space director, often considered “ahead of his time,” couldn’t have timed the premiere of his new show, Silicon Valley, any better.
After endless denial of wrongdoing, Ken Anderson, who put Michael Morton behind bars for 25 years for a crime he did not commit, resigned from the bench days before his own civil trial was set to start.
My father, who had grown up on a farm, used to talk about his family’s killing a pig for the tamales, but this was back in the twenties.