A celebration of beloved neighborhood restaurants—and the many folks who cover food for Texas Monthly.
Starting in this issue, you’ll find visual delight from the first page to the last—and a whole new section.
From arid El Paso to the Piney Woods, Texas boasts outstanding links that don’t require an expensive membership.
He’s surfed in Waco, skied in College Station, and braved a karaoke bar where Texas lawmakers serenaded one another.
Meet Executive Editor Michael Hall: Rock Star, Award-Winning Journalist, and a New Documentary’s Leading Man
Decades of his dogged reporting are receiving well-deserved recognition.
Meet our executive producer Megan Creydt, who’s shepherding dozens of the magazine’s stories to the silver screen.
Meet Texas Monthly executive editor (and travel and lifestyle guru) Kathy Blackwell.
Meet Texas Monthly’s photo editor, Claire Hogan.
Mimi Swartz’s latest epic is a must-read tale of a decades-long attempt to sabotage Texas’s public schools.
On the occasion of our fiftieth anniversary, we reflect on how far we’ve come—and where we’re headed.
Meet the folks behind our latest audio project, which grapples with the complicated legacy of the Texas Rangers.
Go behind the scenes with the inventive force shaping our photography and design.
Meet the editors and writers behind our award-winning food coverage.
For Texas Monthly’s latest cover story, our correspondent set out to capture the state’s plenitude of roadside quirks.
We’re on track to have nearly all our longform features online by the end of 2022.
Sarah Hepola’s cover story expertly examines the fifty-year history of the famous NFL cheerleading squad.
Newly named senior editors Rose Cahalan and Ben Rowen elevate our coverage of Texas’s wildlife and wild politics.
Texas Monthly makes it official with senior editors Jason Heid and Michael Hardy.
Texas Monthly welcomes a new deputy editor for digital journalism and celebrates a strong awards showing.
Arts and entertainment editor Josh Alvarez gets into the spirit of the story, no matter what he's working on.
Senior editor Dan Solomon reports on topics from the wacky to the weighty.
Three Texas Monthly staffers step into new roles as our storytelling expands.
Texas Monthly has a deal with HBO and is the new owner of ‘Texas Country Reporter.’
The premier entertainment brands are entering a three-year deal with the National Magazine of Texas that gives them a “first look” at articles and podcasts they’re interested in adapting as TV series.
Our creative director, Emily Kimbro, and design director, Victoria Millner, keep Texas Monthly looking good.
A half century after both media outlets launched, Texas Monthly will purchase Phillips Productions, the company that creates and distributes Texas Country Reporter.
Many new Texans quickly come to love what stirs the hearts of the native-born.
Barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn enlisted the largest group of tasters ever for this year's Top 50 BBQ list.
As Texas Monthly’s new energy editor, Russell Gold will dig deep into one of our state’s most crucial industries.
Mike Hall was recently honored for his incisive coverage of the Texas legal system, while Casey Gerald brought a singular voice to our cover story on Fort Worth singer-songwriter Leon Bridges.
J. K. Nickell, features director for ‘Texas Monthly,’ was instrumental in bringing this month's cover story to life.
Senior editor Paula Mejía, senior editor Josh Alvarez, and executive editor Courtney Bond plan to pursue compelling stories in the coming months.
Executive editor Kathy Blackwell and her team have chronicled the pandemic's impact on the employees and owners of Texas’s hospitality companies.
In this month’s cover package on the late Tejana singer Selena, we offer readers what we hope will be a welcome change of pace from our disaster coverage.
Two of our staffers have been ardent Hank the Cowdog fans since they were kids. Now they bring you this month's cover story on the creator of the beloved children's books.
Whatever your views are on hunting, I think you’ll find senior editor Wes Ferguson a clear-eyed guide to this timely topic.
We signed a deal to produce four books over the next four years. The first volume will go on sale next fall.
Texas Monthly is making big moves into film and television.
An ambitious politics cover package ahead of the 2020 election wouldn't have been possible without these key players.
How Skip Hollandsworth does it.
The team behind this month's well-red cover story.
The former city manager talks about a dead rat in a gift basket, a poop sandwich, and her timely new memoir, ‘Greedy Bastards.’
Behind the scenes, two staffers with the same first name keep Texas Monthly running smoothly.
Senior editor John Spong is the brains behind our special thirteenth issue of Texas Monthly devoted to the life and music of Willie Nelson. The issue publishes in August.
We introduce you to Texas Monthly's newest editorial staff members.
When we started planning this issue, months ago, we had a fun lineup in mind. Then oil prices crashed and the coronavirus brought much of the state to a standstill.
And a special gift for subscribers!
Robert Draper, like the people he interviewed for this month's cover story, is driven by a need to understand the past.
On two generations of talented storytellers contributing to our pages.