A debate about the last episode of the newly-revived series, which left many fans unhappy.
Bienvenidos de Miami.
The film, which premiered at SXSW, shares a nuanced perspective of the man behind the leopard-print thong.
The actor (and Elkhart native) and the director discuss physicality, small-town masculinity, and how a lobotomy is a metaphor for going to the movies.
The film, directed by Longview native John Lee Hancock, focuses on the legend of Texas’s most famous bank robbers—and our collective fascination with them.
Director Riley Stearns, a Pflugerville native, talks about pairing silliness with a violent vision of what it means to be a man.
Our hero returns to his old stomping grounds in anticipation of the big Oprah interview.
‘The Good Place’ Actor William Jackson Harper on Playing Chidi, the Dallas Civil Rights Movement, and Ted Danson
And no, he has has no idea what will happen in season four, either.
Plus reflections on the world's largest hairball, in Garden City.
Our hero reflects on hot dogs, ‘The Odyssey,’ and a killer Replacements track.
A brief primer so the next time you get an invite to your buddy’s deer stand, you won’t booger things up.
"We both watch the blood and steam spill out into the winter air. At this point, it is not unusual for at least one of us to cry."
Hairdresser and local celebrity Karlos Anzoategui, known as Karlos With a K, on throwing the most memorable parties in town.
To some of our writers, Wes Anderson is in the doghouse.
In this exclusive premiere, Jackie Venson agreed to indulge us.
Tye Sheridan's emotional vulnerability anchors the film, which premiered at SXSW.
At his SXSW panel, the journalist discussed how Texas has changed—and how he sees its future.
A beloved tradition? Please. It’s just littering.
Plus: Does Coach really deserve Tami Taylor?
Going to Gatling, meeting Landry, and discovering the cruelty of teenage girls.
Yeah, we love Coach Taylor. But we're skeptical that his big hearted speeches are doing much for his team off of the field.
The Dillon Panthers are back (for us, anyway).
Joel Osteen's megachurch is finally opening its doors, but only after a social media storm.
The McConaughey flowchart to end all flowcharts.
A look at Richard Linklater and the Austin Film Society’s new two-screen arthouse theater.
Garth Brooks on his new Amazon partnership and the Texas songwriters he admires.
San Antonio native Noël Wells chatted with us about her directorial debut, ‘Mr. Roosevelt,' which premiered at SXSW.
The CEO of Bumble on expanding from dating apps to business connections.
The Texas billionaire used his SXSW keynote speech to dish on the president and offer advice to young entrepreneurs.
At SXSW, the director of the upcoming Marfa-set ‘I Love Dick’ shared her thoughts on making films when you're marginalized.
The films, TV shows, and panels not to miss at the SXSW film conference.
Queen Bey reigned, while Clark and Morris repped the Lone Star State.
She died twenty years ago, when I was ten. Yet even as the distance grows, I've found a way to keep her close.
The DFW native turns a strong performance in her first-ever film.
Our list of small screen must-sees starring some homegrown talent.
A new Amazon Prime show is partially set in the West Texas town, the latest Hollywood-ification of the far-flung locale.
Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato show just how much celebrity friendship has changed in the social media age.
McConaughey just signed on to be the creative director for Wild Turkey’s advertising. How might this affect his movie career?
Author Denise Gee comes from a long line of Southerners who like to imbibe. Growing up in Natchez, Mississippi, she observed her fair share of Southern belles and seersuckered gentlemen with drink in hand. Eventually, cocktail hour became a distinctly personal and cultural experience for Gee, who set out