There’s a lot more to Fair Park than Big Tex. It’s also a rare monument to art deco architecture and a battleground for the civil rights movement.
Fernie the Funnel Cake Queen made the deep-fried, sugar-dusted treat a best-seller, and now her daughters continue her legacy with innovations including a funnel cake–flavored wine cocktail.
The schools will play their last “Iron Skillet” game in 2025, but despite a century of history, the rivalry is ending with a whimper.
Recent research out of Dallas and Houston highlights the “science-fictionlike” power of your body’s microbiome—and a high-fiber diet.
High school athletes are free to monetize their name, image, and likeness rights in thirty states. Texas ain’t one of ’em.
Whether it’s creamy horchata or cooling cucumber, the various flavors of this sweet, refreshing drink act as potable air-conditioning.
One Spin, No Measurements, and Texas’s “Denim Whisperer” Matched Me With a Perfect Pair of Vintage Jeans
She won’t take your measurements, and she won’t give you your size (don’t ask), but TikTok legend has it that this hawkeyed vintage maven can find your ideal pant.
After a night of hilarious and emotional speeches, Becky Hammon, Dirk Nowitzki, Tony Parker, and Gregg Popovich are all Hall of Famers.
The architect of the Aggies’ 2011 NCAA title and one of the greatest coaches in women’s basketball history enters the Hall of Fame on Saturday.
A night at the YouTube-influencer circus fights.
The Latest Victory for Natural Hair in Texas Can Be Traced Back to Isis Brantley’s Arrest Three Decades Ago
The Dallas braider, whose loyal customers include Erykah Badu, examines her hard-fought legacy as the CROWN Act, which bans discrimination against Black hairstyles at work and school, goes into effect September 1.
Declared a fake by many experts, the James Ossuary is coming to Texas for its first American exhibit.
The Grapevine-raised pop star and collectibles enthusiast has taken his fandom to a whole new level.
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.
Neza York Con Todo, near south Oak Cliff, offers many Mexico City specialties, such as suadero cooked in a choricera and steamed cow head.
In the American Ultimate Disc League, players don’t make millions, they don’t argue with referees, and they never, ever say “Frisbee.”
As of July 19, SAG-AFTRA has granted waivers allowing 45 projects to keep rolling, many of them in Texas.
Last week, the thirty-six Big Tex Choice Award semi-finalists were announced, and we take a closer look at some of the mostly fried and sometimes alarming selections.
No Democrat has won a statewide election in Texas since 1994, but Colin Allred and Roland Gutierrez have something working in their favor that Beto O’Rourke didn’t.
Dallas Wings forward and WNBA All-Star Satou Sabally is having the best year of her career—and starting to give us Dirk Nowitzki flashbacks.
Extreme temperatures are hazardous to our health, so projects in San Antonio and Dallas are seeking new ways to cool down our cities.
For forty years, Allie Beth Allman has ruled the glittering world of luxury real estate in Dallas. Then came a flood of coastal money, a technological revolution, a rift with a longtime partner, and the inexorable toll of time.
Here’s how to get a peek inside the glitziest, most charming homes in the state, all while helping raise money for preservation efforts.
On property taxes, school funding, and more, “Democrats are not even in the conversation,” Dallas representative John Bryant says.
Before Pete Delkus was known for joshin’ it up on the news, he was a sidearm pitcher who nearly made it to the major leagues.
Kyle St. Clair went through an arduous inspection process to get his smokehouse USDA certified to sell packaged brisket and chicken.
‘Mad Men.’ ‘Homeland.’ ‘Love & Death.’ The current golden age of television wouldn’t be the same without the work of Dallas native Lesli Linka Glatter.
While the term is most commonly translated as ”stew,” it's not wholly accurate. Guisados are more of a feeling of warmth and family.
Michael Uspenski bought the Russian Banya of Dallas—and moved to Texas—sight unseen. Now he’s created a community for expats and Texans alike.
Uniquka Christian hosts classes for young aspiring fashion designers through her program, Student ICONS.
Yes, their Western Conference Finals loss still stings. But the future is big and bright for Texas’s lone NHL franchise.
No other school in the state—not UT, not A&M, not Texas Tech—has made the last nine NCAA tournaments in a row.
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.
Luka Dončić’s war on referees, the failure to re-sign Jalen Brunson, the trade for Kyrie Irving—it was all bad for the Mavs this season.
The Dallas Mavericks’ superstar guard is recognized for being a Texan who gave so much only to receive very little.
With cloud-shaped pipes and rose-infused pre-rolls, these female small-business owners are catering to femme stoners.
Chris Vaughn, the team’s assistant director of college scouting, shared the good news with sixth-round pick Deuce Vaughn.
The Texas Rangers’ new uniform design takes great pains—including the creation of a new, mythical mascot—to make fans throughout the Metroplex feel seen.
This Earth Day, shop for woodworking masterpieces made with materials such as skateboard decks and salvaged trees from the Rio Grande Valley.
Only a handful of NBA players have suited up for all three Texas teams. One of them happens to be seven-foot-four Houston Rockets center Boban Marjanović.
The storied dance hall, where the Sex Pistols and Merle Haggard once shared a marquee, has undergone a renovation with an eye toward honoring the past.
Eight storylines for Texan fans to follow, from Iowa's superstar guard to South Carolina's dominance to Kim Mulkey's return to Texas.
The former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader designs outfits that negotiate the conflicts between being professionally sexy, staying G-rated, and performing physically demanding work.
Mavs great Dirk Nowitzki, along with four San Antonio Spurs—Gregg Popovich, Becky Hammon, Tony Parker, and Pau Gasol—headline the 2023 class.
Dallas-based Low and Slow specializes in corn, potato, and tortilla chips that are smoked before they're bagged, providing an unmistakable flavor and aroma.
'cleaVage: the front story' is the world’s first musical about silicone breast implants. Do we need a punny goof-fest about the saga of fake boobs? Yes.
In the Tex-Mex wars of my mind, the victor was never in doubt.
I can still smell its heavenly aroma.
Sure, the restaurant chain was founded in Dallas and is currently headquartered there—but the concept also embraces the Dallas identity.
Fondue and Chicharrones, “Pear Snow,” and Wood-Grilled Prawns: What Our Restaurant Critics Ate This Month
Here’s our take on the state’s new restaurants, along with a few updates to longtime favorites.