With small-screen projects such as ‘Moon Knight’ and ‘The Good Lord Bird,’ Ethan Hawke’s righteous believers get more room to breathe.
Texan actors have a strong presence in the MCU. But which performances would we watch in any multiverse, and which would we prefer blipped out of existence?
Vin Diesel, in a long, feelings-heavy Instagram post, revealed how close the venerable Texas star came to playing Lucas Hobbs.
The Houstonian pulled double duty on ‘Saturday Night Live’ as host and musical guest. How’d she do?
San Antonio’s Briana Saldaña brought her A-game (with a little help from Kelly Clarkson).
Katy ISD is considering a ban on the Pulitzer Prize–winning graphic novel about the Holocaust. Here’s what the book taught me.
Elgin's Riley Leon survived a harrowing encounter with a tornado. Now the community is getting him back on his feet.
Is “vanilla milkshake” as confounding a flavor as it appears? Does a chicken sandwich-themed chip taste like chicken? All your questions answered.
The festival was smaller and less overwhelming than in times past, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing—or a sign of things to come.
Kazka’s male members took up arms to repel Putin’s invasion. But the band’s singer, Oleksandra Zaritska, was still determined to appear at the festival.
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.
Richard Linkater’s ‘Apollo 10½’ Continues a Winning Streak From America’s Most Successful Experimental Filmmaker
The light-on-plot, heavy-on-nostalgia animated feature is Linklater at his Linklaterest.
Read our guide and avoid getting talked at by a crypto bro, at SXSW or anywhere else.
Answers to your questions about the state's new rules targeting transgender kids.
With Republican incumbent Ken Paxton's legal troubles, Democrats have plenty of contenders this year.
Bet you can't guess which old-time crooner's front door is, for some reason, included on the oil billionaire's property.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez came to Texas to back two candidates who share her platform.
Philadelphia Eagles safety Anthony Harris flew to Austin to help lift the spirits of eleven-year-old Audrey Soape on a difficult day.
With covers from Leon Bridges, Fat Tony, and more, the 1992 country single continues to find new life across genres.
The Texas native’s slow but steady rise to stardom just hit a new benchmark.
That’s among our four takeaways from recent polling, as the primary election approaches.
Fermat’s last theorem went unsolved for more than 350 years—and the role of the Tyler oil heir who funded its 1994 solution was largely unknown until this week.
With the Sugar Land Skeeters set to become the Space Cowboys, what will become of the mascots for the Houston Astros' AAA squad?
The allegation isn’t true. But that isn’t stopping some politicians and right-wing activists from running with it.
Don’t listen to the fuddy-duddy types who complain that the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback is too enthusiastic on the mic.
Eighteen months after notifying USA Gymnastics and its investigative arm of the coach’s alleged abuse, the women are still waiting for a resolution.
The rising GOP star's district was redrawn to protect him—but it might instead have created a problem for the representative.
The most dysfunctional franchise in pro sports has a vacancy, and I have some time to kill.
Can the Fab Five help a society ravaged by grief recover? The answer is yas.
Some folks in Texas's poorest city see a new downtown mural funded by the billionaire's foundation as the writing on the wall.
Texas’s “abortion bounty” law makes it more difficult for courts to review measures that might violate the Constitution. Now California is using the same tactic to regulate weapons.
The San Marcos author draws on her scientific training and tribal storytelling to weave a spellbinding tale in ‘A Snake Falls to Earth.’
After a tragic crash killed Andrews High band director Darin Johns, it was unclear if the school’s ensemble would perform in the town’s Christmas parade—until it got a lot of help.
We have several suggestions for the new owner of the tiny burg of Mustang.
Matthew McConaughey Isn’t Running for Governor. But We Still Have Questions About His Interest in Politics.
Sunday night the actor announced he won’t challenge Greg Abbott. So what will he do?
Terry Middleton of ‘Horns Illustrated’ tried to be positive during Monday’s Longhorns press conference. He didn’t know he’d get dragged for it.
The new Facebook parent company wants the beloved Texas grocer to imagine a way to shop in virtual reality.
If the Astros win the World Series, buyers win free mattresses—and Mattress Mack cashes the biggest winning ticket in sports-betting history.
A Sugar Land store called Buky’s might be the most egregious case to catch the attention of the litigious beaver, but it’s hardly the first.
Our attempt to explain why rodeo raffles, church services, and homestead tax exemptions for a handful of folks are on the ballot this fall.
The first edition of our GOP primary scorecard.
Who can be sued under Senate Bill 8? What is the “shadow docket”? When will the Supreme Court rule on the merits of the law?
The collectors are younger, the payouts are bigger, the collectibles are … nerdier. Dallas-based Heritage Auctions has entered a wild new era.
Not only does TX-33 in Dallas look like a snake eating its own tail, it also packs non-Anglo voters into one district more tightly than before.
Texans descended on the corny dogs and Deep Fried I-35 with childlike glee, and we've got the photos to prove it.
GOP mapmakers have two new congressional seats to play with as the redistricting process commences, but ensuring they both go—and stay—Republican will be challenging.
The Dallas-raised comedian brings his six-year project to a close (and raises thousands for charity).
To me, Garth Ennis's ‘Preacher’ is about growing past juvenile, self-destructive notions of masculinity.
As home prices skyrocket in Texas, buyers will try anything to stand out—and neuroscience shows these letters work. But housing experts say the implications are troubling.
Composer Justin Sherburn drew on his own experience to write ‘Texas Workforce Commission Hold Music,’ which the agency officially adopted this week.