Explore spring’s latest fashion trends at Highland Park Village, Dallas’ premier open-air shopping and dining destination.
Join us as we travel across the Lonestar state meeting the people and the flavors behind some of the most exciting tacos in Texas.
One of the greatest parts of the Texas business community is the meaningful friendships made along the way. We caught up with Brad Freels, CEO of Midway, and Fred Caldwell, CEO of Caldwell Companies, to hear about their friendship that began all the way back in college. Join us as
How do you create and build a company into one of Houston’s leading woman and minority-owned chemical distributors? You might do well to take some cues from Donna Cole, President and CEO of Cole Chemical & Distributing, Inc. Join us as we explore what led to Cole’s success in business,
Creating community sometimes means seeing where there is a need and doing something to fill that need. After serving overseas in the military and spending some time in the real estate business, Andy Williams decided to do something to help his veteran brothers and sisters. Andy leads Rehab Warriors, a
Sometimes to help the business community, you have to go to the statehouse and get laws changed. Carlos de Aldecoa did just that. Join us as we meet a mover and shaker in the Houston business and beverage community. This entrepreneur and philanthropist not only gives back to the Houston
Some people would see a full life in giving back to a community through serving a church. Some people put more value in secular philanthropy. Still others equate success in business with a successful life. Janie Barrera has had all these chapters in her life. Join us as we follow
Knowledge is power, and Paul Quinn President Michael Sorrell is helping make sure that every one of his students leaves school with that power. After practicing law and then serving in the White House as an executive assistant for the executive office, Michael Sorrell pivoted away from politics to education. Although
If you’ve ever scrambled to the top of Enchanted Rock, that massive speed bump of pink granite that rises from the Hill Country north of Fredericksburg, you’ve explored land protected by The Nature Conservancy in Texas (TNC).
Last year, Half Price Books celebrated its 50th anniversary—take a look back at the company's unique history, which started right here in Texas!
H-E-B has always been in the business of making sure customers bring home the best for their families at dinnertime. The H-E-B team continues that fine legacy with the development of delicious H-E-B Mi Tienda products comprised of Mexican cuisine favorites.
We went all across Austin with Modelo to find the perfect Michelada for every mood. This manual shows the best Micheladas in Austin, TX.
How so-called “nature-based solutions” can put nature to work – and at the same time provide a place where humans can recharge in a beautiful setting.
Finding is half the fun at your local Half Price Books—and sometimes, you find more than just a good story between the pages. Read about some of the unexpected items that have been found among the stacks over the years.
Bob and Kelli Phillips, the hosts of Texas Country Reporter, have traveled all across our state telling the stories of Texas. Time and time again in these stories, food plays a large part. A thoughtfully prepared meal brings folks together, and knowing that a community member played a part in
Prescribed fire offers many benefits to Texas land management, and the regenerative results of the burn will linger for years.
Barbecue will always be a part of Lockhart, and it is integral to its future--but the coals of the pit aren't the only embers burning brightly. Recent growth and development are ushering in an exciting new future for the town.
H-E-B brings an itinerary of international treats to spice up lunch, dinner, and more.
Food brings people together, but the wine gets them talking. Conversation over dinner and wine with Fess Parker and Dr. Richard Becker (Becker Vineyards) would lead to a new venture for Perini Steakhouse and Buffalo Gap. Ashley Parker Snider (Fess Parker Winery) and Dr. Richard Becker join to discuss the
Over the last 40 years, Perini Ranch Steakhouse has catered numerous events, but few more memorable than that of September 11th, 2001. In this special episode, Tom and Lisa Perini share their unique perspective from the historic day as they prepared to cater the Congressional Picnic at the White House.
Discover the season’s latest fashion trends at Highland Park Village, Dallas’ premier open-air shopping and dining destination.
A 12-day cultural celebration that coincides with amazing weather and helps showcase all of the artful offerings that Pensacola has to offer.
Shopping these unique products is the best way to kick off the fall season.
As the lazy days of summer come to an end and a new school year begins, planning out meals for the whole family can be stressful. What’s the best way to get everyone fed and ready for a big day? What can you pack for lunch that’s both easy and
Rambler Sparkling Water has always been inspired by the wild places of Texas. Join Rambler in celebrating 100 years of Texas State Parks by visiting some of the best places across Texas to enjoy water and the outdoors.
Comprised of four unique barrier islands and a mainland port city, this stunning destination has a lot to offer. Take our quiz to start building a personalized itinerary for your Golden Isles getaway.
Texas is bigger than a lot of countries, and draws all different kinds of folks here, with different interests, hobbies, and passions. We’re proud of the depth of personalities that live in and visit Texas. It takes all kinds to make up the great Lone Star State.
The Civil War did not officially end until April 1965, and enslaved people in the Confederate State of Texas did not hear of their freedom until June 19, 1865, when General Gordon Granger announced the abolition of slavery upon his arrival in Galveston, Texas.
After starting as a feedyard trainee with Cimarron Feeders in Texhoma, Oklahoma, in 1994, Gene Lowrey worked his way up to his current post as general manager of XIT Feeders, a thriving cattle operation that prioritizes sustainability.
Barbecue will always be a part of Lockhart, and it is integral to its future—but coals of the pit aren’t the only embers burning brightly. Recent growth and development are ushering in an exciting new future for the town.
There’s so much to explore in the Grand Canyon State! With awe-inspiring scenery and rich culture at every turn, Arizona is a vastly unique place where you can soak in memorable moment after moment. Take our quiz to find out what must-do experiences you should include on your ideal trip
New works by artists across the Americas are sure to inspire and delight travelers and art-lovers alike.
Celebrating a milestone 75th anniversary, the Wrangler legend lives on. And famous names like ‘The King of Country’ George Strait, Leon Bridges and Georgia May Jagger choose to wear the West’s famous name, along with countless others across the globe.
Host Nancy Miller sits down with Elizabeth Olsen in the final episode of the series to take a deeper look at who Candy Montgomery was in the aftermath of her trial.
Live large in Texas this summer with these must-have H-E-B brand products.
Orchards across Fredericksburg and Gillespie County are some of the top producers in Texas for the sweetest and juiciest peaches in the United States.
Host Nancy Miller speaks with Tom Pelphery, who brings to life the scene-stealing lawyer Don Crowder. Pelphery explains how he got the part and how much effort went into the role, including the tan.
Host Nancy Miller sits down with Patrick Fugit, who plays Pat Mongomery, and takes a deep dive into the psyche behind the character. Series costume designer Audrey Fisher talks with Miller about her experience of turning the series actors into their 1970s and 1980s characters. Texas Monthly senior editor Emily
Discover historic locations and learn about the rich background of Texas' capital city. Find a new way to see Austin with this interactive map.
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Host Nancy Miller brings back show creators David E. Kelley and Lesli Linka Glatter to discuss this pivotal episode and how they carefully handled shifting from a period drama to a crime thriller. Texas Monthly executive editor Skip Hollandsworth also returns to describe how one reports a stranger-than-fiction murder such
Before Buffalo Gap was host to Perini Ranch Steakhouse, thousands of buffalo would make their way through as part of the Great Western Trail. After a long day’s ride, chuckwagons were an essential part to those driving the herds.
When Tom Perini took over the family land, he would soon learn that ranching isn’t for everyone.
An offer to cater at the James Beard House launched Perini Ranch Steakhouse on a series of events that would bring their recognition to an international level.
The flavors of southwestern cuisine may vary, but the chefs behind it share a passion for the community it brings
This spring, Houston-based parenting and lifestyle blogger Stacey traveled to Frisco with her family. Known for her “Soccer Mom Blog,” Stacey knows a thing or two about keeping a fast-paced family entertained. From taking in a baseball game, to having fun at Frisco’s numerous interactive museums, to dining at
Host Nancy Miller turns the beat around in Episode 3 with composer Jeff Russo to better understand the task of creating the musical backdrop for a compelling drama. Miller also speaks with Kyrsten Ritter, who attributes her Aunt Sharon to the inspiration behind her character, Sherry Cleckler. Texas Monthly executive
Host Nancy Miller sits down with Jesse Plemons and Lily Rabe to unpack Betty and Allan Gore’s emotional relationship. Miller travels back in time with production designer Suzuki Ingerslev to understand what it takes to bring late 1970s Texas to life.