From Lake Travis High School hype to UT and SMU to stints on seven NFL teams, Garrett Gilbert's winding road back to Dallas.
The Thompson Dallas hotel has transformed the First National Bank tower into a sleek and sophisticated space. Luxury residences and shops are coming soon, too.
Activists have always used the Bard’s work to make social statements. Jenni Stewart's new play explores that history through a feminist lens.
The Dallas restaurant is a shrine to the owner’s love of lucha libre and his native Guadalajara.
Dallas's Regino “Gino” Rojas stands out in Texas for his wildly creative food and his willingness to take risks (who says you can’t open a new restaurant concept during a pandemic?).
We've rounded up dozens of thoughtful gifts made by Texans, for Texans.
Support Texas makers and fund a good cause at the same time.
From a vintage stone bolo tie to a beaded purse, these Texas-made items are as unique as the fashion trailblazer in your life.
"My advice for allies is to just let people know, first and foremost, that you care," says the Dallas native.
Travel demand has cratered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Dallas-based carrier has made recent significant shifts to cope.
Plus, how ‘Dallas’ brought down the Soviet Union, Netflix’s ‘Selena’ gets a real trailer, and Luke Wilson plays a fire-belching robot duck.
Three years ago, Candace Valenzuela was a college counselor. Now, she’s hoping to ride anti-Trump sentiment in the Dallas suburbs to a seat in Congress where, if elected, she’d be the first Afro-Latina.
Plus, our very own BBQ Fest culminates in a virtual backyard barbecue this Sunday.
An Underdog Democrat Flipped Texas’s Thirty-second in 2018. Republicans Face an Uphill Battle to Win It Back.
In North Dallas, Genevieve Collins challenges Colin Allred, whose win two years ago proved that Democrats could compete in the Texas suburbs.
Originally from South Africa and Portugal, the peppery, lemony dish is now beloved by Texas Muslims. To understand why, you have to go back four hundred years.
Schnitzel, steins, and social distancing through Oktoberfest and beyond.
This year, Michael Gruber learned to work Rangers games without fans. His new gig is a World Series without the Rangers.
Plus, we raise our eyebrows at Ina Garten's enchilada recipe.
Democrats Narrowly Lost the Twenty-fourth Congressional District in 2018. Can Candace Valenzuela Win It in This Cycle?
When longtime GOP congressman Kenny Marchant announced his retirement, his seat representing the district surrounding DFW Airport became a prime pickup target for his party’s opponents.
The longtime adman had no choice in the face of massive losses following his insensitive statement that a Motel 6 ad was “too Black.”
Hays Co. Bar-B-Que in San Marcos is for sale. Plus, Neely’s in Marshall closes after 93 years.
Two new Dallas concepts expertly combine Asian and Mexican flavors and methods, and a new concept from the chefs at Mixtli, in San Antonio, will soon do the same.
Venny Etienne's newest Levenity line is based on the floral military jacket the Houston icon dons in ‘Black Is King.'
Mason, one of the most sought-after young composers in the country, has a new work set to premiere in November.
Taco Cabana has gone too far.
Ancient, colonial, and contemporary traditions are woven together in Dia de Los Muertos—and baked into the holiday's signature bread.
Can a batch of new books, a documentary, and Donald Trump’s calamitous administration resuscitate the legacy of our 43rd president—and his illustrious family?
From its origins airing the banter of bored firefighters to its robust classical programming today, Dallas’s WRR-FM has filled an unusual niche on the airwaves for nearly a century.
Including cookies and beer.
As monuments to slaveholders, Confederate soldiers, and Texas Rangers disappear across the state, we’re being forced to reconsider what should be honored, what should be commemorated, and what it’s time to let go of.
A Sugar Land man wants to know if his friend from out of state could be the official greeter at the State Fair of Texas.
Plus: a bizarre Trump campaign ad accuses Democrats of "taking away tacos."
The truffle of Mexico, this culinary delicacy—sometimes called "black gold"—is treasured by taqueros and chefs.
Jalapeño-infused agave is the secret to this sweet and spicy version from Danny Caffall, of Dallas’s Mansion on Turtle Creek.
Plus, a podcast hosted by a UT alum and native North Texan, a restaurant with the best banh mi in Dallas, and a show about Austin’s roller derby scene.
Plus, Beyoncé’s "Black is King" drops celebrity-filled trailer, a new doc on reopening Texas restaurants, and Post Malone’s “dark times” album.
While dancers at Fort Worth’s Texas Ballet Theater do pliés at home barres improvised from pipes and shower handles, administrators are making do with a $2 million budget shortfall.
Taco y Vino’s homage to the Taco Bell classic, in which a crispy shell is wrapped in a soft tortilla, is comfort food at its finest.
And sometimes that’s all you want in a burger.
The new Arlington baseball stadium has an approach that's, well, out of left field.
Automated helpers, like Diligent Robotics’ Moxi, could reduce the risks to frontline medical workers.
In a new digital exhibition at Dallas Contemporary, Holmes challenges viewers to advocate for justice.
We won't judge.
The performing arts institution is facilitating forward-thinking conversations with artists and educators online.
The infamous anti-Communist senator had a lot of fans in the Lone Star State.
Although craft smoked meats are wonderful, there's nothing like eating ribs at a traditional Texas barbecue spot. And they are getting harder to find.
To trace the disease’s spread, the Dallas County medical examiner has set out to screen all of those who end up in his morgue.
Plus: Torchy's removes the Republican and Democrat tacos from its menu.
The removal of the statue is part of a larger reappraisal of the role of the Rangers in Texas history.
How the rise of living room calisthenics is challenging boutique gyms and fitness titans like Gold's Gym.