How well do you know this week’s Texas news?
These courses are beautiful, fun for all skill levels, and are available to play at a great value. Fairways and greens!
A loud minority of parents is making life miserable for Texas school officials—and shouting down the kids who speak in favor of lessons about the history and persistence of racial discrimination.
Texas chefs are putting a fresh spin on the dish, which often comes loaded with toppings—or even lit on fire.
Selections from Brownsville, San Antonio, Bellaire, and more showcase the wide variety of vibrant foods in the Lone Star State.
Austin-raised writer-director Justin Corsbie’s debut about a down-on-his-luck troubadour feels as warmly familiar as the Americana songs that inspired it.
Tales From ACL Fest: Miley Cyrus’s Janis Joplin Cover and Charley Crockett’s Insane Whataburger Order
The first full-fledged ACL Fest since the start of the pandemic is a wrap. ‘Texas Monthly’ recalls Megan Thee Stallion’s twerk-team auditions and other highlights.
Elon Musk’s company aims to transform the energy business. So, of course, it’s relocating to the energy capital.
The sophomore running back looks to carry UT to its first win over the Sooners since 2018 in Saturday's Red River Showdown.
This might be the biggest taco trend since birria de res.
An ambitious traveling exhibition asks how we became a state of endless fences, dams, and gas flares.
Despite the specter of COVID, Texans and out-of-staters flocked to Zilker Park for a sweaty weekend of debauchery.
The teenage Disney actress and singer-songwriter sensation performed her first full-length set in front of a live audience, at an ‘Austin City Limits’ TV taping.
Pinks and purples dominated the stages at ACL Fest, whether Charley Crockett's dashing lavender suit or Marc Rebillet's fluttering pink-trimmed bathrobe.
Fringe, cowboy hats, boots—and more fringe—dominate the style choices of this year’s ACL Fest attendees.
I ate a quarter-pound of the mood-altering queso developed by Trudy’s and Earlybird CBD. For journalism!
The UT historian and newly minted MacArthur fellow wants justice for victims and their descendants.
Two-step with Strait, twerk with Megan, and don’t miss these six other acts during the first two weekends in October.
The founders of Los Danzantes ATX bring the same vitality to their food and their dancing.
The Dallas-raised comedian brings his six-year project to a close (and raises thousands for charity).
Landscape designer James Burnett shares how to plant a backyard oasis for any weather.
With delta infections surging and local governments unable to enforce mask regulations, restaurant personnel have become reluctant de facto enforcers.
You’ve got until October 31 to stop by for a cold one.
With a little luck, the Longhorns senior and Team Canada Olympic hero could be playing pro soccer in Austin someday.
What to order for takeout at restaurants around the state, plus some pro tips.
Desert cacti, tropical orchids, towering live oaks—these tranquil spots teem with ever-changing flora. It’s time to plan a trip.
Ben Lamm’s latest company, Colossal, hopes to reverse climate change by reintroducing the long-extinct creature to the Arctic. What could go wrong?
Wheal became a guru in the city’s self-optimization scene, hobnobbing with the likes of Elon Musk. But will anyone listen to his warnings about the movement that brought him renown?
Nao Tomii takes us along for the ride as he applies his background in sculpture to creating one-of-a-kind bikes in his studio.
The magazine honors Fermín Núñez, the chef behind Austin’s Suerte, for the second time.
Texas was once a model of how to safely and economically move away from mass incarceration. Now the old politics of “law and order” are back.
Twenty-five years ago, fans accused the band of selling out. The group’s reply still stands: “Yeah, but who cares?”
With taxpayer money now committed to the project, alongside private pledges, the oil billionaire’s push to create a conservative think tank on the Austin campus nears the goal line.
As home prices skyrocket in Texas, buyers will try anything to stand out—and neuroscience shows these letters work. But housing experts say the implications are troubling.
The document, from 1959, describes the view of Darrell K. Royal, Bibb Falk, and others that integration would be "ruinous for recruiting."
Tesla has filed to become a Texas power retailer in a move that could shake up an already fast-changing market.
Composer Justin Sherburn drew on his own experience to write ‘Texas Workforce Commission Hold Music,’ which the agency officially adopted this week.
With an Elle Woods–inspired application video, Lindsay Perry bested the competition for a paid position living, learning, and drinking on a California winery.
With his new album ‘The Horses and the Hounds,’ the Fort Worth-bred troubadour's age has caught up to his sound.
We’ve come a long way from smoked vegetables seeming strange at a barbecue joint—and that’s a good thing.
Is that a Hollywood newcomer or just someone who works out a lot? How to tell the difference.
Kathryn Paige Harden’s new book says social scientists must acknowledge how DNA shapes our lives. Critics call that dangerous.
The East Austin food truck used to cater to a late-night crowd. Now its massive sandwiches, innovative vegetable dishes, and flavorful tacos draw in diners all day long.
With an uplifting life story and a megawatt smile, the Longhorns senior could make a splash at the Tokyo Olympics.
Two Austinites have made it their life’s work to document uses for every wild plant in Texas—a project they say could save humanity.
The Richardson-raised filmmaker has traded arthouse dramas for horror remakes, but that’s always been part of the plan.
Tough luck, Big 12 loyalists and Southwest Conference hardliners. At least Texas and Texas A&M will play each other again.
Megan Fox and Bruce Willis star in the thriller, which is very loosely based on an infamous Texas serial killer.
The iconic dish takes myriad forms, including a sixteen-foot giant (available across Texas) and a tamale sandwich.
From small towns to big cities, these community-focused culinary concepts are serving up food for thought for chefs, developers, and customers alike.