On tree ordinances and other subversive things cities do.
Say hello to Mo Bamba, the Longhorns's seven-foot star recruit from Harlem.
Plus: Houston considers joining the fight against SB 4, John Cornyn asks James Comey about Hillary Clinton’s emails, and a Harris County sheriff's deputy and her husband are charged with murder.
Looking at the historical parallels between a Sam Houston scuffle and the recent incident with Poncho Nevárez and Matt Rinaldi.
Why do some senators prioritize Dan Patrick's whims over their constituents?
The night supervisor on the Deepwater Horizon died at his home in Louisiana.
What are “sincerely held religious beliefs?” Nobody really knows.
A federal court rules that a transgender boy should be able to use the bathroom he identifies with.
Plus: Abbott opens the door for Uber and Lyft, Facebook and Apple unite against discriminatory legislation in Texas, and a federal audit rips Texas’s foster care system.
House members mark Sine Die by threatening each other with violence.
Dan Patrick’s Scorched-Earth Potty Politics.
That’s not good for anyone.
We snagged seven awards at the City and Regional Magazine Awards.
Will they stay or will they go?
An engagement photo with a twist(er).
A very meaty Texas roundup.
On shows like ’24,’ ’Nashville,’ and ’Deadwood,’ the West Texas-born actor loomed large on the small screen.
Lieutenant governor threatens to force repeated special sessions unless his agenda is passed.
HHSC inspector general resigns after Texas Monthly raises questions about his work on behalf of the Iraqi government.
Aaron Franklin’s Hot Luck festival will debut in Austin in a couple weeks. Despite Franklin’s involvement, this isn’t strictly a barbecue festival, but smoked meat fans needn’t worry. There are still plenty of talented pitmasters coming to Austin for the highly anticipated food festival.The Hi Lo and Al Fuego,
Governor controls the spotlight as he signs a sanctuary city ban into law.
An extra-large serving of golden-brown goodness.
Nearly 700,000 Texans have ACA insurance in districts represented by Republicans who voted to eliminate it.
– Charlie’s BBQ in Houston was a total loss in an early morning fire: AERIAL VIEWS: Fire at Charlie’s BBQ in N. Harris County https://t.co/n5nHonACdx #KHOU #HouNews pic.twitter.com/c1wHqFuAZ8 — KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) May 4, 2017 – New candy bar to
Five years after killing an anti-immigration bill, Texas businesses are now focused on bathrooms.
The Texas wine industry battles it out over a bill that would require all state-labeled bottles be made from 100 percent Texas-grown grapes.
Waco's weekend brisket and slaw fix.
Castro’s decision leaves Beto O’Rourke as the lone Democrat in the U.S. Senate race.
Plus: A cop shot and killed a fifteen-year-old kid near Dallas, George H.W. Bush is out of the hospital, and Buda holds its twentieth annual wiener dog race.
Bringing short ribs to the steakhouse scene.
For representatives Ana Hernandez and Gene Wu, Wednesday's immigration debate in the House was personal.
– George H W Bush has good taste when ordering barbecue during his recent hospital stay. He called Houston’s Roegels Barbecue Co.– The Houston Chronicle examined the origins of the offset brick smoker in Texas.– Houstonia Mag loved the tacos served on brisket fat tortillas at The
Conspiracy theories in the state didn’t just start with Alex Jones.
A flavorful favorite.
Site selected over objections from some local residents.
And how Dripping Springs is struggling to maintain its small town feel.
Just when you think John Mueller might be out of the barbecue game for good, he pops up somewhere hitched to a new trailer. And the pitmaster made a big announcement last Saturday on the “Great Outdoors” show on 1300 AM in Austin: His new Black Box Barbecue food truck will
Barbecue in the Texas Panhandle has struggled for a foothold in statewide prominence, and that’s not entirely because of its far-flung locale. The area is a relative newcomer to Texas barbecue history. Amarillo’s founding in 1897, after all, was a year after Southside Market opened in Elgin. The oldest barbecue
– A Confederacy of mustard-lovers: The politics of barbecue and the legacy of a white supremacist: https://t.co/bB73DusgRh pic.twitter.com/T3zY3e7UyH — The New Yorker (@NewYorker) April 17, 2017 – The Dallas Observer highlights some of the area’s newest barbecue trailers.– Houstonia takes you on a visual
Results also has some early signs of possible trouble for Ted Cruz.
Plus: Baylor picks its first-ever woman president, George H.W. Bush is back in the hospital, and a new survey finds most Texans don't want Trump's border wall.
Environmental defense official says Trump would undo progress in Texas.
And why its $11 million budget is a bargain.
After being removed from the University of Texas at Austin's Main Mall, the Jefferson Davis statue has found a new home on campus.
House Bill 2029 is officially titled Weights and Scales in Restaurants, but a spokesman for the office of Representative J.M. Lozano, who filed the bill, has a more succinct moniker: the barbecue bill.The bill, which will go before the House on Tuesday, looks at the Texas Department of Agriculture’s scale inspections
– The Houston Chronicle featured all the pitmasters of the Houston BBQ Festival in these mini profiles.– Scenes from the Houston BBQ Festival: Sights and bites from 2017 #HouBBQ Festival. We had a wonderful time – https://t.co/UC8aBlYuKS @BloodBrosBBQ @LouieMuellerBBQ pic.twitter.com/MBta2RwByN —
A Venezuelan loan default could give Putin a stake in Texas oil refining.
SXSW has stirred up positive vibes for futbol in the Lone Star State, while San Antonio is making a play for a pro team.
The best two ballers in Texas could very well be the best two ballers in the entire league.
You may have noticed the yammering of a South Carolinian about the “tyranny” of Texas barbecue in a recent article on First We Feast. The author, Robert Moss, is the barbecue editor for Southern Living. An esteemed position, for sure, but it’s curious that the magazine chose to poll