The Hulu series, costarring Texan Sasha Lane, is a worthwhile adaptation of Sally Rooney’s best-selling novel.
During a solo visit to Sonora's JL Bar Ranch, Resort & Spa, an introvert gamely steps out of their comfort zone.
‘Mama Bears’ ties together the stories of three conservative families with LGBTQ children, but as the only trans child in the film, Kai Shappley stands out.
Four sibling punk rockers, Houston’s greatest soul band, and three more acts you need to catch at SXSW 2022.
Dallas native William Jackson Harper is a romantic lead who's prone to repeating mistakes and slow to mature.
Dallas-raised actor Jonathan Majors leads a star-studded cast as outlaw Nat Love seeking revenge.
The Houston rapper and famed Hot Girl has brought her talents to the fast-food chain, which is now serving chicken slathered in Megan’s namesake hot sauce.
The Huffman-based artist’s larger-than-life portraits of Black women are on view at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas.
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Deborah Roberts Has Exhibited Art Worldwide. She Hasn’t Had a Solo Museum Show in Her Hometown—Until Now
The Austin artist has been creating distinctive, large-scale collages for years.
The Mexia-born artist’s new Blanton Museum show, “darling divined,’’ features striking woven textiles that reimagine stories central to his upbringing.
This year’s festival is all-virtual, but its lineup is still all-star, as demonstrated by this trio of recent books from Texas authors.
The HBO series, starring Dallas native Jonathan Majors, gives depth to Black characters stuck in nightmare situations.
The actor, who grew up in the Dallas area, takes a leading role in the horror series adapted from the book of the same name.
Activists say the city can’t yet claim that “Black Austin Matters,” given its record, and that’s why they painted the street installation.
In a new digital exhibition at Dallas Contemporary, Holmes challenges viewers to advocate for justice.
After living most of my life in Texas, I finally gave Willie Nelson a serious listen and learned a few things about my Nigerian mom.
In this ongoing Instagram competition series, the two luminaries demonstrated how nourishing music can be.
From family drama to historical fiction to young adult novels, Texas authors recommend something for everyone.
The local artist talks about finding her medium, what she’s unlearning, and being an ”emerging artist.”
The director's third film follows a family that must deal with an unexpected tragedy.
The cultural critic, who grew up in Houston, reflects on her debut book.
Created by Houston native Justin Simien, the show has its moments in an otherwise confounding new season.
“The Lion King: The Gift” features fun collaborations with West and South African artists, but fails to include other African regions.
In her second novel, Gentry mines women’s commonplace experiences with abusive men to create a page-turning thriller.
The film isn't just a buddy comedy about a road trip—and it simply misses the mark.
In her new book, Bethany McLean explores the unstable financial future of fracking.
Austin only aspires to the multicultural reputation Houston actually has.
The surprising pair has joined forces for a noble cause.
Granite, which draws visitors to the park, can also reach high temperatures.
Kingsville native Reality Winner will serve the longest sentence so far under the Espionage Act.
How her leotard speaks volumes about something that USA Gymnastics won’t talk about.
The adaptation of the novel by Kevin Kwan, who was born in Singapore and raised in Houston, is well worth watching.
Dallas native Terence Nance’s new HBO series is a dream with a dark edge.
Beyoncé is notoriously precise about controlling her public narrative. As a famous black woman, she has to be.
A report by Texas Appleseed shows that schools are falling back on a zero-tolerance approach that has proven to be harmful to students.
Hot chips, no salsa required.
The Saharan dust brings us hotter days, hazy skies, and nicer sunsets.
The group chat among Texas Tech students is only the most recent example of the consequences of offensive digital behavior.
Kavanaugh’s decision on the case of an undocumented minor seeking an abortion in Texas is one of their primary concerns.
From bourbon-pecan to chocolate-pecan, dig in to these eight recipes.
The Central Library is one of five finalists out of 35 libraries nominated from around the world.
The funds claim to give a fuller picture of the challenges of abortion access in the state.
A day before Jeff Sessions and Sarah Huckabee Sanders used the Bible to justify separating immigrant families, a resolution from the Southern Baptist Convention in Dallas had already contradicted them.
From a breastaurant to a thriller featuring puppets, here are eight movies from Texans to watch this summer.
Looks like Solange’s seat at the table may have a minimalist aesthetic.
What: The 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee.Who: Karthik Nemmani, a fourteen-year-old from McKinney.Why It’s So Great: On Thursday night, a Texan took home the championship title from the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Karthick Nemmani, an eighth grader at Scoggins Middle School, knew he had it
After the second season of his Netflix series, the Houston-born writer and filmmaker talks about the "ideological gold rush" of 2018 and whether he would watch ’Dear Black People.’
No horses were harmed in the filming of this video. In fact, one was saved.
What a pattern of inaction after school shootings is doing to American children.