Texas designer Sarah Ellison Lewis’s coats are versatile—and fabulous.
The Austin jeweler's pieces appeal to powerful women, including Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, and Angelina Jolie.
The 2023 Country Music Television (CMT) Music Awards ceremony has brought nominees from across the country to the Lone Star State. See red carpet and backstage photos of winners.
The Texas-raised actor returned to Sundance for the premiere of his latest film—a brutal, impressive character study of a troubled bodybuilder.
The 23-year-old from Georgetown emerges as Texas’s answer to Olivia Rodrigo and—dare we say it?—T-Swift with his sophomore album, ‘Superache.’
The swampy network of waterways straddling the Louisiana border teems with natural wonders—and more than a few secrets.
After a four-year hiatus from comedy, the Rio Grande Valley native has a new Netflix special and a new approach to her career.
The legendary cattle empire had been largely closed off from the outside world until the magazine’s founding editor gained access to King Ranch.
Ballroom—competitive drag shows—dates back to drag balls and masquerades in 1860s Harlem. Now it’s making headway in Texas.
An anxious multitasker faces her fears by spending an hour in a Dallas sensory deprivation pod. If it worked for the Cowboys, then it could work for her.
La Cantera and Lake Austin Spa offer many options for couples and friends. Massage table for two, anyone?
After a two-year pandemic delay, the Austin native will appear in ‘Top Gun: Maverick.’ But that’s only one of his recent projects to launch.
In an upcoming record, the singer’s voice will be digitally aged. The Quintanilla family continues to misunderstand why Selena’s fans adored her.
In ‘You Sound Like a White Girl,’ Julissa Arce combines memoir and history to reclaim the Latino identity she pushed away as an undocumented immigrant.
Ahead of its April rerelease, members of the 1997 biopic's cast and crew recall a set overcome with emotion as loved ones grappled with Selena's tragic death.
Photos from this year's Luck Reunion, which welcomed back attendees for the first time since 2019.
The country legend dropped NFTs, an album, and a book before putting on a dazzling performance at the Moody Theater.
The Lone Star State was well represented at this year’s SXSW, and these films feature settings, accents, and subject matter to remind you of home.
El Paso filmmaker Iliana Sosa’s feature documentary debut follows her Mexican grandfather, reflecting on life, legacy, and connection.
Writer-director Ti West’s return to horror is set in a creepy house in rural Texas. But that’s where the similarities with classic slashers ends.
Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, perhaps surprisingly, have enough chemistry to carry the film's outrageous premise.
The Texas native talks about her debut album, finding herself, and how she’s changing the country scene just by being herself.
More visual poem than documentary, the film tracks a music manager and singer who follow their dreams while providing for their undocumented parents.
The characters might be fictional, but to the Latinos who see their own families reflected in them, it’s a relief to see them say what we wish we could.
The gender-swapped sequel will be an easy watch for sitcom fans, but the callbacks and in-jokes tip into the saccharine.
This year, we jammed to new music by Kacey Musgraves, Leon Bridges, Megan Thee Stallion, St. Vincent, and others.
Little Joe Hernández, George Strait, educators, and fans of the legendary Mexican singer speak about his impact on their lives and the legacy he’s left behind.
This is a reunion we all can shellebrate.
In Peter Jackson’s documentary ‘The Beatles: Get Back,’ Houston-born pianist Billy Preston makes a strong case for himself as the fifth Beatle.
The Upshaw family has preserved their history and traditions since the 1870s. Now, amid deaths and other departures, family members worry for their land’s legacy.
On the hunt with TikTok star Brittany Broski and her mother Heather Long, lead investigator of the Texas Ghost Gals.
The teenage Disney actress and singer-songwriter sensation performed her first full-length set in front of a live audience, at an ‘Austin City Limits’ TV taping.
Pinks and purples dominated the stages at ACL Fest, whether Charley Crockett's dashing lavender suit or Marc Rebillet's fluttering pink-trimmed bathrobe.
Fringe, cowboy hats, boots—and more fringe—dominate the style choices of this year’s ACL Fest attendees.
The UT historian and newly minted MacArthur fellow wants justice for victims and their descendants.
Texas Monthly spoke with experts about how Tejanos are influencing everything in the state, from cuisine to pop culture to entrepreneurship.
The Texan dream-pop group talks going viral on TikTok and expanding the landscape of Latin music.
In ‘Star-crossed,’ Musgraves again defies labels, creating an epic requiem for lost love that spans disco, pop, and country.
Helmed by Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short, the show parodies and subverts the tropes of the true-crime genre.
The East Coast may have invented rap, but today the Lone Star State rules the hip-hop world. Here’s a song-by-song history of how that happened.
Though uneven and at times lacking in self-awareness, Abraham Quintanilla’s book sheds light on the extreme approach he took to protect his daughter’s legacy.
Stepping away from competition at the Tokyo Olympics was as tough as any dismount in the Texas gymnast's career—and she stuck the landing.
The McAllen-bred actor and writer, 43, was a fan favorite on HBO’s ‘Looking.’ Now he’s poised to become an action star.
“When stories about trans people are created by trans people, it opens up a world of possibilities,” says the San Antonio–raised actress.
The horror franchise attempts to skewer Trumpism, but the result makes for uncomfortable viewing.
The Houston-raised actress has conquered Broadway and television. Now she’s about to smash music—and Marvel’s ‘She-Hulk’ series.
You can’t beat these San Antonio bars, hotels, and restaurants for water views and hospitality.
The Dallas native’s departure as host is the end of an era. And a welcome start to a new one.
When a batch of rainbow cookies led to a canceled order, people opened their wallets to support the East Texas shop.
In Mexican American neighborhoods across Texas—and around the country—the paleta man’s jingle is the sound of home.