Pioneering Houston rappers Willie D and Scarface reunite for a show that’s all about their community, not about them.
This week the magazine earned five National Magazine Award nominations and won nine City and Regional Magazine Awards.
Plus: a nine-year-old Texan steals the show in ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ and a podcast revisits the 2003 backlash against the Chicks.
From local papers to national NFL media, reporting on the allegations against Watson reads like something from another generation.
Plus: Taylor Kitsch gets back in the TV game, Travis Scott manages to get people excited about magazines, and Megan Thee Stallion does her best ‘Mean Girls.’
A new podcast explores the history of the “Chicano Squad” as part of a Houston police department effort to repair its broken relationship with the Latino community.
The podcaster on her affinity for scammers and her Texas roots.
Matthew McConaughey Said He’d Consider Running for Texas Governor, so We Wrote His Political Platform
Expect marijuana, college football, and compromise to play central roles.
The podcast dives into the mysteries surrounding the decades-long string of murders in the border city.
An investigation into the Paper of Record that is, alas, somehow necessary.
Palestine writer Jeff Gerritt’s no-holds-barred editorials shined a spotlight on the record number of people dying in Texas jails.
Plus, a debut album by Texas duo Broken Revival, the television show ’Kidding,’ and to-go margaritas.
Layoffs, furloughs, closures: news organizations across the state face a moment of reckoning.
On a special edition of The National Podcast of Texas, the legendary news anchor, fully sheltered in place, gives us his takeaways from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plus, artist Shyama Golden, a podcast connecting Texas A&M AgriLife to an underground mango trade, and plenty more.
Emily Ramshaw and Andrea Valdez discuss their vision for the 19th*, a nonprofit venture where politics, policy, and gender will converge.
This ties the most nominations Texas Monthly has ever received in a single year. The magazine’s four nominations were also the most bestowed upon any publication west of the Potomac.
The longtime PBS news anchor’s influence grew out of his objective and ethical approach to covering the news.
Who put H-E-B and Whataburger in the same division?
New depositions from Jones and longtime editor Paul Joseph Watson reveal how Jones and his company, in the midst of numerous lawsuits, justified its decisions.
On Cameo, you can contract the likes of Troy Aikman to say hello, happy birthday, or "we're breaking up."
All the news from the “Dallas suburb” of Marfa and the “adjacent” regions of El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley.
Small-town papers often serve as bearers of civic pride. But the former owners of Marfa’s Big Bend Sentinel and Presidio’s International learned long ago that writing the news meant looking out for their neighbors.
The national food magazine honored Big D for the ambition and international diversity of its culinary scene.
Time magazine adds to the accolades for chef Jonny Rhodes’s celebrated dining experience.
Featuring Selena, a Golden Girls gospel remix, and more.
In his new memoir, the longtime KTRK news anchor opens up about his nearly sixty years of Texas broadcasting.
Peppard was the last of his breed, covering with panache the feuds and foibles of his city’s bold-faced names.
After Musgraves went there in “Oh What a World,” we decided to dig into the not-insignificant trend.
Gender reveal parties are a twenty-first-century curiosity. On the one hand, they’re social events that provide expectant parents Facebook- and Instagram-ready opportunities to celebrate the happy milestone of bringing a baby into the world with friends and family. On the other hand, they often perpetuate outdated social stereotypes of gender
The Brewer’s Table in Austin also earns an honorable mention in the magazine’s selection of the top spots to open during the last year.
Bob Ruff is working on his fifth Texas case in fewer than four years, this time hoping to prove the innocence of Sandra Melgar in the killing of her husband, Jaime Melgar.
Our eighth editor in chief will take the helm on January 28.
For the Renaissance man—a baseball player, a features writer, and an award-winning documentary filmmaker—the sky posed no limit.
Our Bum Steer of the Year, the radio host dragged our democracy into the same sewer he crawled out of so many years ago.
Step into the city's social scene with Chris Cates and Jose Gutierrez, the influencers behind 'When Where What Austin.'
The San Antonio Twitter legend mobilizes a quarter-million followers to advocate for social justice (and sell a few books).
That’s a club we would like to join.
The podcast looks to an old case—and suggests a new model for archival true crime podcasts.
After the second annual Dan Jenkins Medal for Excellence in Sportswriting, a conversation about the past and future of the industry.
The Infowars boss had his pages banned from YouTube and Facebook. Something else happened on Tumblr.
Join us in Dallas on September 7th and 8th.
The Dallas-based sportscaster sounded off on NFL protests, Trump calling LeBron dumb, and why he doesn’t ‘stay in his lane’ in this week’s National Podcast of Texas.
The Associated Press reporter discusses his 17,000 days on the job in our Reporter podcast.
On this week's National Podcast of Texas, Andy Langer also speaks with singer-songwriter Radney Foster on his newly recorded “prayer for the border.”
The honors include Excellence in Writing, Special Issue, and, once again, a Designer of the Year award.
San Antonio is America’s fastest-growing city, but its 153-year-old daily paper's owners keep shrinking its newsroom.