Fantasy football rosters don’t reflect real NFL rosters. But what if they did? A die-hard Texas football fan decided to find out.
Though this year, the Longhorns have so much talent and experience that their number-eleven ranking feels appropriate (unless you’re in Fort Worth).
You’ve likely seen videos of the Big Mac–taco hybrid on social media, but the dish isn’t a newfangled fad—it has roots going back to the early 1900s.
The California parent of a UT freshman wonders about Bevo’s ultimate fate when the final whistle blows.
A Dallas billionaire says his new luxury resort in a near-pristine parcel west of Austin is a model of sustainability. The caretaker of the nature reserve next door isn’t buying it.
I like to think I am Texas Tough when it comes to the heat. But lately, my fortitude has been tested.
In the American Ultimate Disc League, players don’t make millions, they don’t argue with referees, and they never, ever say “Frisbee.”
Austin's signature green space is at the center of a long-running debate over how much the city should cling to its past as it prepares for the future.
. . . and Allison Orr, the founder of Forklift Danceworks, helps them turn their everyday movements into choreography with a mission.
Thank goodness for sunflowers.
Thank goodness for spring-fed swimming holes—and cabins next to them.
Glossy recruiting classes, promising quarterbacks, unmatched spending power—enjoy it now before they start underachieving.
A fancy Spanish-made stove fuels an inspired menu of steaks and seafood, along with some glorious masa dishes.
New homeowners are skirting city codes to close themselves off from their neighbors with sky-high, opaque barricades.
It’s named for frontier naturalist Gabriel Marnoch, who led a life of crime while discovering new species.
Here’s how to get a peek inside the glitziest, most charming homes in the state, all while helping raise money for preservation efforts.
The far–East Austin bar is an elephant graveyard for restaurant signs of decades past, but we’re still trying to figure out who it’s really for.
Frankfurter season is here and what better way to indulge than with Mexican regional variations on the dish, which are often wrapped in bacon and topped with carne asada.
Founded by a pair of former Navy SEALs, Austin-based Terradepth has ambitious plans to deploy a fully autonomous fleet of submersibles to continually monitor the seafloor.
Austin nurses walked out of Ascension Seton Medical Center to protest staffing and retention issues, saying their patients are not safe.
Andrew Braunberg, author of ‘Fires, Floods, Explosions, and Bloodshed: A History of Texas Whiskey,’ shares some fascinating details from his book.
The 1950s-set comedy is being hailed as the director’s best work in years, and I can’t figure out why.
The Austin neoclassical group’s new album, ‘Pendant World,’ evokes the natural wonder of the Lone Star State.
Whether you seek tranquility or thrills, we've got you covered.
Plus, a Houston bakery added a family-size croissant to its menu and a man fleeing from the police decided he was really, really hungry.
Along with opening la Barbecue, the first woman- and-lesbian-owned barbecue restaurant in Texas, she had a keen photographic eye and an irreverent sense of humor.
Can medical science truly explain the mystical, mysterious experience triggered by a simple malfunction in my inner ear?
Our scorecard of the Eighty-eighth Texas Legislature’s noisy scoundrels and quiet heroes.
Expect suite sounds when you check in.
It’s, uh, kind of X-rated.
The Alabama football coach warned that wealthy programs could dominate through NIL spending. But money can't buy what UT and A&M need most.
The highlight of the event was Benchawan Jabthong Painter, of Houston Thai restaurant Street to Kitchen, winning Best Chef: Texas, but no other Texas finalists made it to the podium.
Supporters have unfurled the anti–gun violence flags at soccer matches after mass shootings in Texas, Nashville, and Louisville.
The Japanese-inspired sushi bar put the capital city on the map for creative, inspired dining, and set a standard for “unreasonable hospitality.”
Josh Eilers is a former U.S. Army ranger who founded Ranger Cattle in Austin, which specializes in pasture-raised Wagyu cattle.
HB 590 wants only honey “exclusively” made in Texas to be labeled as “Texas honey,” but that’s not as sweet a deal as it seems.
The 2022 census update, released late last week, indicates growth in Austin and Fort Worth—as well as the Texas suburbs—isn’t slowing down.
These brands, founded by Texans, are designed for extreme sports and serious lounging.
After federal restrictions around hemp loosened in 2018, Texas brands swooped in to provide drinks—from canned cocktails to seltzer to vodka—that deliver a light buzz.
An Austin man wants to know whether Austin’s Scholz Garten or San Antonio’s Menger Bar can claim the title of oldest continually operating bar in the state.
Rarely are special-interest bills in the Texas Lege quite so special as in Brooks Landgraf’s bill targeting the tiny town of Volente.
After years of struggle, Charley Crockett is on the verge of stardom. The story of how he got here would be unbelievable if it weren’t true.
For the developer of a complex of multimillion-dollar hilltop homes, today’s slowing market spurred a marketing innovation. Enter the holodeck.
While her expertise is cookies, Tiffany Chen (of Tiff’s Treats fame) offers a dessert that brings together cookies and pie so you don’t have to choose.
With cloud-shaped pipes and rose-infused pre-rolls, these female small-business owners are catering to femme stoners.
What began as a baseless theory has turned into a social media frenzy, with the power to frighten the public and hamper police investigations.
“I’m Starting to Become Numb to This”: Texas Restaurant Workers Speak Up About Mental Health in Their Industry
While mental illness affects one in five U.S. adults, service employees have several factors—including late hours and low wages—that can exacerbate issues. Luckily, some nonprofits are ready to step in.
Fortunately, Texas pitmasters already know how to get more from a pork butt.
HBO Max turned my house into that of Candy Montgomery, played by Elizabeth Olsen. Then things got hyperreal.
I taste-tested smoked coffee recently produced by Austin-based Roasty Buds, but the flavor and aroma weren't quite what I expected.