It would have been great for tech workers, but a disaster for infrastructure, equality, and the identities of Austin and Dallas.
As radio and television stop breaking new bands, the curator behind Austin City Limits Music Festival’s crowd-drawing lineups has become a major player in the popscape.
The Dallas executive is trying to make sure the 139-year-old company sticks around for another 139 years.
A controversial Dallas civil rights lawyer is holding police accountable—and being held accountable, too.
The film isn't just a buddy comedy about a road trip—and it simply misses the mark.
The 'Fixer Upper' duo's announcement that they're returning to TV shows that they're not just savvy with shiplap—they're shrewd businesspeople.
Want to know what he made for dinner last night? Or maybe you need to know how his kids are doing at soccer? Check Instagram.
The wildly popular Houston author and speaker is staring down the ”sin” and ”ungodliness” in her own denomination.
The snake’s owner was terrified that someone was going to steal his pet.
The night before Veterans Day, ‘SNL' gave the Texas politician and veteran a chance to talk things out with the man who insulted him.
In his quiet, selfless way, 1st Lt. Herron exemplified Marines everywhere. February will mark the 50th anniversary of Herron’s death in Vietnam.
Tell it how it is, Rylan.
It’s a bittersweet tale, but it ended with a happy couple.
Troy Aikman can finally get the plate of his dreams.
The Sweden-based music streaming service wants to rev up Texans to do their civic duty with songs popular in the state.
The tech giant is set to make its announcement within the next two months—but whatever happens, Austin and Dallas rents are likely to go up.
The $40 million building is the most significant addition to the Menil campus in decades.
I've struggled to keep my grandma and aunt with me since their deaths. But this year, I decided to honor their memories—and show them my life as an adult—by making my first día de los muertos altar.
Pop music’s current king got a savage review of his festival. We're not sure he deserved it.
Director Hannah Fidell offers a contemporary coming-of-age road movie in her third feature.
The computer system ranking don't like the Longhorns. Here's why.
Last week, reports indicated that Richard Linklater would be writing, directing, and producing a biography of the late Texas comedian.
We guess our Whataween invite got lost in the mail.
Entering its third year, the Fort Worth indie rock festival is full of Texas talent.
How a New York guerrilla artist has been stumping for Beto O'Rourke through mysterious coins.
The unlikely success story from Addison looks for a repeat.
Spoiler: The answer is yes.
The team gave up a first-round draft pick for a receiver who’s been anything other than a sure thing in recent years.
One of the NFL’s greatest kickers cost his team a game.
Told through vignettes, 'Retablos,' a memoir by playwright Octavio Solis, depicts the myths and realities of a childhood along the border.
The pop star, forever from the city of the 915, releases his new EP.
The former president was indicted. The interim president resigned. And there are still hundreds of victims.
A new biography charts the rise and fall of the author of 'The Gay Place,' a book many regard as the Great Texas Novel.
On her second album, Molly Burch gets vulnerable.
Texas A&M head football coach Jimbo Fisher tells us what Aggies will get for their money.
Mockingbird Lane’s "Elephant House" was a bright spot during a tough time.
The man behind a black-owned barbecue spot in East Austin is faced with a choice between a community that wants him to stay and five million reasons to sell.
If you ever needed confirmation for how large and geographically diverse Texas is, check out this crazy weather.
It’s time to get intra-intra-diegetic.
And it's strangely bipartisan! Really!
Performance artist Lynzy Lab challenges on the "scary" climate for young men with a ukulele.
Depends on what you mean by back. But most of y'all need to slow your roll.
When the finalists for Amarillo's new Double-A baseball team were announced, they raised eyebrows. But thanks to a catchy song, sod poodles are winning over Amarilloans.
He proudly waved the South American country's flag toward the end of his headlining set Friday night.
With the state fair in full swing and the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners teeing it up in the Cotton Bowl, we start our series in Dallas.
The houses, barns, restaurants, cars, and businesses that have been left behind are celebrated by 33,000 people on Facebook.
Yes, that’s a real thing.
The namesake for two of Buddy Holly’s hits passed away at 78 in Lubbock on Monday.
Spoiler: Even in the expensive parts of Texas, it’s a lot.
And it wasn't just because of Willie Nelson. We spent time on the ground at Austin's Auditorium Shores on Saturday night, and here's what we found.