Mashama Bailey and John O. Morisano, who opened two restaurants in Austin this year, defy industry norms with their dynamic friendship.
And the two-time James Beard Award winner has brought the same dynamic Southern fare that made the Grey, in Savannah, a destination restaurant.
Digital currencies are tanking, but that didn’t stop more than 20,000 blockchain enthusiasts from throwing a week-long party.
Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head return for a new movie and series that find them older but far from wiser. Is Texas finally ready to claim them as our own?
San Antonio–born Christopher Cross defined a generation of yacht rock and made Grammys history with “Sailing.” But the song’s origins couldn’t be much further from its beatific sound.
Their coach’s obscene gesture helped turn around their season, and now the Longhorns are two wins away from NCAA softball glory.
In a last-ditch bid to avoid paying massive damages to the Sandy Hook families he defamed, the Infowars host sought bankruptcy protection—and failed to win it.
Tom Cruise returns, with Austin’s Glen Powell in tow, for a crowd-pleasing sequel that just may pull embattled theaters out of the danger zone.
The bookmaker apprenticed under the famous Charlie Dunn and is now training a new generation of talented craftspeople.
Chris DuCharme is self-taught, armed with a telephoto lens and words of encouragement from his late wife.
West Hansen and his Arctic Cowboys team hope to become the first kayakers to cross the Northwest Passage.
As TCEQ investigates its Austin plant, the company was praised for “protecting our state’s natural resources.”
The compelling biography, by Amy Odell, tells the story of the ‘Vogue’ titan’s controversial decades at the helm of fashion.
Marcelino's has been in East Austin for 35 years, and the family who runs it serves multiple generations of adoring customers.
Justin Berry was running a sleepy state House race against Ellen Troxclair before his policing at George Floyd protests came to the fore.
An Austinite living in Washington, D.C., worries about the consequences of sporting pricey designer footwear.
Almost anyone can walk out of an exotic reptile and pet show with a snake, scorpion, or tarantula. But should you?
An Austin Attorney’s Supreme Court Brief Has Eerie Similarities to Justice Alito’s Leaked Draft Overturning Roe
Jonathan Mitchell, who cooked up the Texas “vigilante” law that effectively made abortion illegal in the state, argues the quiet parts of the majority opinion out loud.
Taking place May 14–15, the Wild World Festival sets up in Austin to showcase natural wines, kombucha, and other “science fair” drinks.
For two decades, Robert Chavez has overseen the American operations of the luxury French fashion house, which just opened a boutique in Austin.
These inspired collections from three Austin-based brands include everything from bluebonnets to Prada Marfa.
In a city famous for its transplants, Austin’s Major League Soccer team has created a space where longtime residents can feel at home.
The massive facility sits along two miles of the Colorado River. Environmentalists want a say in how the development might affect the waterway.
With an abortion ban looming as the Supreme Court prepares to overturn Roe, the heartbreak of trying to provide reproductive care is too much for some.
How did the former governor become a leading advocate for psychedelics?
The team's request to play more "home" games away from the AT&T Center raised familiar fears that San Antonio could lose its NBA franchise.
With small-screen projects such as ‘Moon Knight’ and ‘The Good Lord Bird,’ Ethan Hawke’s righteous believers get more room to breathe.
On the 50th anniversary of his eponymous 1972 record, five renowned singer-songwriters—including Jimmy Buffett and Lyle Lovett—celebrate Willis Alan Ramsey.
No, sorry, we can't blame the Californians. Here's more than you ever wanted to know about your home’s skyrocketing appraisal.
The Austin-based artist recycles discarded plastic into beautiful animal sculptures and hopes to inspire others to eliminate waste.
Ballroom—competitive drag shows—dates back to drag balls and masquerades in 1860s Harlem. Now it’s making headway in Texas.
The ancient snack has found new prominence on Texas menus, thanks to enterprising chefs stamping it with their own creativity.
The award-winning writer and professor, who died April 19 at 93, was often compared to William Faulkner, but that doesn’t tell the whole story.
These six Hill Country breweries use sustainable practices and ingredients grown on-site (or very nearby) for brews and food that capture Texas’s terroir.
It may not have been safe, but it sure was fun.
If you’re among the vast majority of Texans without municipal compost pickup, never fear. We’ve got four alternatives.
Amid an otherwise stellar off-season for UT football, a team leader’s public criticism has raised familiar questions about the program.
If a husband and wife can quarantine together, they can get manicures together.
Look, spa, no hands! Looking for stress relief via a salt cave, "a wellness tube," and an infrared sauna pod.
A session with the Traveling Hypnotist felt like a massage for the mind.
La Cantera and Lake Austin Spa offer many options for couples and friends. Massage table for two, anyone?
Bobbie Nelson, pianist and older sister to Texas music icon Willie Nelson, died Thursday morning at 91.
Eagle Pennell’s ‘The Whole Shootin’ Match’ sets the standard for showing Texans who they are instead of who they’re supposed to be.
The 25-year-old UT grad has won four of his last six PGA Tour events—and Sunday’s win wasn’t any old victory, it was the Masters.
The nonprofit effort will cost hundreds of millions and preserve 50,000 acres over the fragile Edwards Aquifer. Can it be done?
Plus, authorities seized 31 pets from an animal hoarder, and two MMA fighters wrested away a shooter's weapon.
Plus: swing by an Austin jazz festival, then listen to a record dedicated to a SpongeBob SquarePants character on your way home.
After a two-year pandemic delay, the Austin native will appear in ‘Top Gun: Maverick.’ But that’s only one of his recent projects to launch.
Apocalyptic, Acid-Spewing Crazy Ants Invaded Texas. Now Scientists Have a “Silver Bullet” to Obliterate Them.
Even nastier than fire ants, the insects disable electronics and swarm over people and animals. UT researchers have found a pathogen that destroys them.
Fridamania for the Instagram age takes hold in digital exhibits in Houston and Dallas.