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April 29, 2023

Episode 3: “Stepping Stone” with Jeff Russo, Krysten Ritter & Mimi Swartz

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

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March 17, 2023

300 Miles to X

Bold and innovative talent from Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston share their stories and inspirations from the driver’s seat of the all-electric Cadillac LYRIQ*.

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March 17, 2023

BBQ Cooler Talks – Season II

All across this state, in the unlikeliest of locales, there is galactically great BBQ. More than just a quest for meat, we'll explore the community surrounding BBQ joints and BBQ fanatics. Join us as we continue this series and visit the greatest BBQ joints in the solar system.

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March 15, 2023

A Half-Century of Chronicling Texas

In celebration of our fiftieth anniversary, the February 2023 issue explores Texas icons of all shapes, sizes, species, and more, while telling stories of the characters, places, and institutions that have shaped the great state of Texas for the past fifty years.

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November 8, 2022

Texas Monthly’s BBQ Passport

The Texas Monthly Barbecue Passport is available in the print version of the November 2021 issue and online. The Passport program ends December 31st, 2023.

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 8: Totality in Texas

The next solar eclipse is on April 8, 2024. We need to start planning for this “event of Biblical proportions” now, warns Dr. Carolyn Sumners, curator of Astronomy at The Houston Museum of Natural Science. One of the best places to see the eclipse will be in Texas, and Dr.

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 7: Hall of Poop

David Temple, curator of Paleontology at The Houston Museum of Natural Science, takes us on a tour of the prep lab and The Morian Hall of Paleontology as we discover “trace fossils”—things like fossilized poop, vomit, and tracks, which can tell us so much about what dinosaurs were up to

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 6: Among Us

Dr. Carolyn Sumners, curator of Astronomy, joins The Houston Museum of Natural Science interns in pondering the Big Questions: What things had to go right for Earth to be able to sustain life as we know it? Is our “example of one” all we’ll ever know? Or are aliens already

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 5: Mission to Mars

Take a trip to the Moon and on to the “red planet” at The Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Expedition Center, one of the museum’s hidden gems. Ken Hayes, director of the Expedition Center, helps guide the “S.S. Legacy” space ship on our mission. Find out if we ran out

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 4: Cosmic Teen Power

The Houston Museum of Natural Science interns are the lifeblood of the museum. During the summer months, they rule the museum’s “dungeon” area, running around behind the scenes and getting visitors excited about science. Meet these young innovators, hear about their award-winning science projects, and find out why young people

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November 2, 2022

Naturally Curious, Episode 1: Back to the Moon

December 1972 was the last time humans touched the lunar surface when the astronauts of Apollo 17 “bounced around” there. Now, we’re going back for scientific discovery, economic benefits, and to inspire a new generation of explorers!

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September 8, 2022

Guiding the Future of Nursing 

With an ever-increasing investment in its people, HCA Houston Healthcare continues to support and develop nurses at every stage of their career. 

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September 7, 2022

Life x Style

INFINITI brings luxury to the 9 to 5, featuring entrepreneurs in fashion and interior design, as they take on their day in style driving the QX60. Houston and Dallas set the scene for a two-part video series focused on mothers managing their thriving businesses and home life.

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August 16, 2022

Texas Tech Centennial

Sown into the seemingly endless South Plains almost 100 years ago, Texas Tech has emerged and grown into an institution that delivers the highest level of academic excellence.

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July 7, 2022

Training for Emergency Care

HCA Houston Healthcare’s innovative EMS training program strengthens partnerships with Texas communities and improves patient care.

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June 28, 2022

How the Donation Process Works

When Texans say yes to organ, eye and tissue donation, they’re making a commitment to help others. In fact, one person can save and heal up to 75 lives or more through these generous gifts! If you’ve ever wondered how the decision to be a donor translates to lives saved,

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June 28, 2022

Donate Life Texas is Fixin’ to Save Lives

Did y’all know? 10,000 Texans are waiting for an organ transplant, depending on a strong network of trusted organizations that partner to save lives in the state. Organ, eye and tissue donation is a unique area of medicine that depends on both medical expertise and humanity. Even with cutting edge

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June 28, 2022

Texans Say Yes and Save Lives

“The joy of it is knowing that there are people out there who are living today because of Jordan, and that his life and legacy continue.” -Andrew Santiago Jordan Santiago, affectionately known to his family and friends as Santi, was a high achiever with a heart of gold. Though he

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June 28, 2022

It’s a Blessing to Donate Life

Dot was 40 years old when she was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), which is essentially scarring of the lung tissue. A devastating diagnosis that felt like a death sentence, she was told that the only thing that could save her was a lung transplant.

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June 4, 2022

Celebrating Parque Zaragoza

Since 1931, Parque Zaragoza has served as an epicenter of the Mexican American and Tejano community in East Austin and has endured as a symbol of community, strength, and celebration for what was an otherwise politically disenfranchised, and underserviced neighborhood.

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April 8, 2022

Connecting to Care

HCA Houston Healthcare elevates the patient experience for expectant mothers and thousands of others through multiple access points across Houston.

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March 16, 2022

BBQ Cooler Talks

In our new series in partnership with Coca-Cola, Chet Garner (AKA The Daytripper) takes to the lines at BBQ Joints on the Texas Monthly Top 50 list to hear why people will stand in line for hours just to eat barbecue.

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February 7, 2022

Moving Beyond Bias for Better Care

Through ongoing investments in their people—including a class centered on inclusion—HCA Houston Healthcare continues to elevate its community and its patient experience.

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November 15, 2021

We’re Always A Team

HCA Houston Healthcare offers its nurses and its patients a distinctive, caring experience.

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October 23, 2021

You Have A Voice

Throughout multiple surges of COVID-19, nurses’ impact on hospital operations is more important than ever.

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August 31, 2021

Aging in the Right Place

With the state’s growing senior population at top of mind, Dr. Mira Ahn’s research and teaching dovetail with Texas State’s groundbreaking Master of Science in Dementia and Aging Studies Program. by Anne McCready Heinen

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August 11, 2021

The Head and the Heart

The Woman’s Hospital of Texas delivers roughly 11,000 babies a year. The team is fully devoted to every single one.

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August 2, 2021

Seek the Wild in Outdoor Country

There is no greater adventure than getting out and exploring Texas’s natural beauty. Will Roman, founder of Chisos Boot Company, agrees. In partnership with BMW, he’s traveling the Lone Star State in search of his next big adventure in the great Texas outdoors.

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July 12, 2021

Healing with a Clear Target

Tania Betancourt, Ph.D., is one of a team of Texas State University professors leading work in targeted cancer treatment research using nanomaterials. She’s also sharing real-world techniques that help college students build a biomedical future. By Catherine Arnold

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June 23, 2021

Explore Corpus Christi at Lively Beach

Lively Beach, a new vacation rental, offers rooms and suites with private access to the pristine beach so that all one has to do is step out of their room to be a short walk away from the ultimate Texas beach getaway.

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June 23, 2021

Eat Like a Texan in Corpus Christi

From micheladas that are basically meals to a fresh seafood dinner, there are so many dining experiences that are just as much part of the travel experience!

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June 23, 2021

A Texan’s Guide to Corpus Christi

With so many exciting things to do in Corpus, there’s no way to get everything done in a weekend, but we can do enough to get a taste of the beach fun and local culture that makes Corpus Christi such a one-of-a-kind destination.

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May 30, 2021

South Padre Island Experience

Looking to get the family back together this summer? Meet at the beach! Endless fun for the whole family awaits on South Padre Island.

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April 16, 2021

See Historic Austin Parks through New Perspectives

The Austin Parks & Recreation Department and Texas Monthly Studio tasked three Austin photographers to capture the unique elements of five historic Austin parks. Through this campaign, the photographers showcased the beauty and history of these places through their unique styles and perspectives.

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