After these three random dudes at the store had their impromptu jam session captured by a passerby, the Internet is waiting to see what'll come next.
A real estate blog has released a list with quantifiable data to prove what we already knew: People in Texas really love tacos.
A map that made its way onto Reddit yesterday explains in no uncertain terms that Houston is friggin' massive.
A once-great, now-disgraced cyclist whose name we're not going to type here because you might still be sick of seeing it is in a video intended to go viral poking fun at his image. Is this part of a path to redemption?
If you're living in San Antonio or El Paso, it's time to pick up stakes and move to, er, Conroe.
The complicated world of film incentives has resulted in an unfortunate lawsuit surrounding the financing of Machete Kills.
Who isn't psyched at the thought of interacting with Samsung, Pennzoil, and Doritos?
By the end of the day yesterday, state senator Dan Patrick's twitter typos had Conan O'Brien talking about him.
Just a quick word of advice: Don't get into a three-card-monty game with Richard Turner, the world's greatest card cheat.
Michael Sam, the SEC's reigning defensive player of the year and sack leader went from promising prospect to Jackie Robinson overnight—a transition that says a few things worth saying about the places he came from.
In case you believe literally everything you read, the UN is not taking over the Alamo.
Saturday's open carry demonstration at the Alamo—which defied a city ordinance and featured a speaking appearance by Lieutenant Governor candidate Jerry Patterson—attracted a lot of coverage.
Rob Ford, the Toronto mayor whose international reputation is mostly the result of a series of drug allegations, is in Austin right now.
According to the Guardian, masturbation can get you two years in Texas, but you can buy your way out of jail time through a policy intended to ease overcrowding. Is there anything about our criminal justice system they wouldn't believe?
The American Society of Magazine Editors announced its nominees for National Magazine Awards yesterday. And the National Magazine of Texas did pretty well.
The nation follows only three accounts on Twitter, one of which is a 25-year-old Austin-based investor.
Forty years ago, as the very first issue of Texas Monthly was being put together by Bill Broyles & Co., Life magazine folded. Though it would later resume publication (before finally folding again in 2007), and though it continues on today as a pretty
For decades, the state’s big urban newspapers helped bind together the inhabitants of our major cities. Now those papers are threatened by a rapidly evolving (some might say collapsing) business model. Is there hope for daily journalism in Texas?
Secession, Aggies, and artists: the Texas stories y'all wanted to read and share in 2012.
Update: Four of the state's five editorial boards have now opted for the Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, including the Austin American-Statesman, which endorsed Ted Cruz over David Dewhurst in the primary.
Nearly fifty Texas billionaires made the 2012 edition of Forbes's richest Americans list.
"Bomb Hoax Hits UT, North Dakota State; Both Oil-Rich Schools," reported Austin's CBS affiliate KEYE before concluding, "There is no official link between the two bomb threats and the campuses' relationships with oil."
The conservative talk show host, who says he was mistreated by a liberal AA flight attendant, has devoted segments to the airline for the past two days.
Yes, according to Forbes' list of "America's Coolest Cities to Live."
The paper printed Jerry Sandusky's name under a photo of Tiger Woods, proving again that everyone needs a copy editor.
Amarillo, Lubbock, and Corpus Christi landed on a list compiled by OurTime.com, a senior-focused dating site, that purports to rank where the country's "flirtiest" seniors live.
The billionaire picked up the Waco Tribune-Herald for an undisclosed sum on Friday.
A representative for Berkshire Hathaway announced the purchase to newsroom employees Tuesday.
Curious about the reading habits of San Antonio Express-News's Kyrie O'Connor? Read on.
In court filings, female lawyers representing former hand doctor Michael Brown have accused opposing counsel of making misogynistic statements to them.
Gloria Allred is representing Sarah Tressler, a former society reporter for the paper, in her discrimination complaint.
Smithsonian magazine names the West Texas cultural oasis one of the "20 Best Small Towns in America."
Ron Paul and Cecile Richards were named among the most influential people in the world.
The Comedy Central host calls UT-Austin "the fightin’ only part of Texas that’s liberal!"
After a week of speculation, controversy and support, the Houston radio reporter and talk show host tells the story of his firing from his own perspective
Lubbock tops a Chemistry.com survey of "The Top 10 Cities That Value Sex the Least" in a relationship.
Press writer Richard Connelly reveals that a Houston Chronicle society reporter maintains a double life as an "angry stripper." Outrage ensues!
Lauren Scruggs, the 23-year-old model and fashion blogger who lost an hand and eye in the accident, rejected a $200,000 settlement.
During George Friedman's first public speaking appearance since his company was hacked by Anonymous, occupy protesters interrupted a panel he hosted at SXSW, calling him a private spy who worked for wealthy corporations.