The CEO of Austin’s WP Engine says her company doesn’t look like most tech outfits—and that’s one reason it’s so successful.
The Rackspace founder is turning his attention to civic development—with very fast results.
The wildly popular Houston author and speaker is staring down the ”sin” and ”ungodliness” in her own denomination.
How the Texas Organizing Project is transforming the electoral landscape.
A controversial Dallas civil rights lawyer is holding police accountable—and being held accountable, too.
The Dallas executive is trying to make sure the 139-year-old company sticks around for another 139 years.
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.
From gymnast Simone Biles and Houston mayor Sylvester Turner to political megadonor Tim Dunn, here are 31 Texans who are changing the way we think about politics, education, food, philanthropy, and, well, pretty much everything else.
The socially conservative Midland oil man has been putting a lot of money into the fight for the GOP’s soul.
The Austin man behind Sweet Leaf Tea and Deep Eddy Vodka isn’t done populating your local grocery shelf.
The El Pasoan who would be senator isn’t done yet.
The president and CEO of Houston’s Episcopal Health Foundation has some bold ideas for retooling our medical system.
A Houston couple brings the ”Moneyball” philosophy to social change.
The Austin designer’s eponymous company is worth $1 billion—and she’s not stopping yet.
The president of Dallas’s Paul Quinn College serves the underserved.
These two state legislators just might hold the key to the coming legislative session.
The University of Houston chancellor can’t stop, won’t stop.
The San Antonio Twitter legend mobilizes a quarter-million followers to advocate for social justice (and sell a few books).
How three R&B singers and a rapper turned themselves into Texas’s biggest brand ambassadors.
The Associated Republicans of Texas co-chair is out to prove that clashing with Dan Patrick doesn’t make you a Republican In Name Only.
The Houston Astros owner probably isn’t too worried that his team didn’t go all the way this year—he’s settling in for the long haul.
The world-champion gymnast from Spring is taking misogyny to the mat.
America’s wealthiest black person is a tech investor with an eye for value.
The McAllen nun fights fiercely for the dignity of immigrants.
The Houston mayor understands the wisdom of maintaining good relations even with people you disagree with again and again.
A self-made McAllen millionaire isn’t shy about giving money to both parties.
An Austin man is confused by all those new-fangled beer cans at his local grocery store.
A Houston man wants to know what his options are when that dreaded day finally comes.
Engineers have long concluded that a wall in flood-prone Starr County could be catastrophic.
Felicia Graham’s new book 'Rollergirls' tells the story of Austin’s thriving flat-track roller derby scene through photos.
With his two new restaurants, both in the same building, the acclaimed Atlanta chef continues what he started with State of Grace.
Celebs like Kim Kardashian and Anna Wintour seek out the magic she works with facial massage, high-tech tools, and custom treatments. But you won’t find Botox or lasers in her studio.
Over three decades, Mo Amer has gone from being a refugee living in Houston to a successful comedian. His first stand-up special mines his experiences for comedic gold.
Georgia O'Keeffe's talented younger sister was forgotten by art historians. A new exhibit in Dallas aims to shed light on her work.
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Everything a nature lover would need to enjoy the great outdoors, from a cozy blanket to sturdy and stylish boots.
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