Even as the year winds down, barbecue news seemingly doesn’t.
As more Texan pitmasters come from immigrant or minority backgrounds, I wondered: Will the aunties and uncles patiently wait in those famously long lines?
Fort Worth cleric Michael Olson is no stranger to scandal. But when he threatened to remove a nun from her home, he might have finally met his match.
Hatbands embedded with rubies, $70,000 belt buckles: more than any other Texas city, Fort Worth is forging its own brand of style that melds high fashion and iconic Western wear.
At white-tablecloth restaurants, Wagyu beef is more expensive, but it’s also cooked excellently, with techniques from dry-aging to sous vide.
The ‘1883’ actor, who lives in Fort Worth, picked up some tips on the 6666 Ranch.
Fort Worth is the center of pork belly innovation, and Brix Barbecue’s herby porchetta is just the latest example.
After right-wing activist Jonathan Stickland hosted Nick Fuentes in his office, many in the GOP have attacked Stickland’s critics.
Beans in chili, the Houston Oilers, and mutton busting: test your knowledge of all things Texan.
The schools will play their last “Iron Skillet” game in 2025, but despite a century of history, the rivalry is ending with a whimper.
Prolific Fort Worth restaurateur Felipe Armenta and celebrity chef Graham Elliot have opened Le Margot, a French restaurant as exuberant as they are.
Sark bangs Tupac, the Baylor and TCU coaches pump themselves up with Dave Matthews Band, and guess who loves Post Malone?
Congrats to new parents Raani, Snaggle, and Big Boy—and the zookeepers who worked for years to help bring their toothy babies into being.
Though this year, the Longhorns have so much talent and experience that their number-eleven ranking feels appropriate (unless you’re in Fort Worth).
Nearly Everything Has Improved at This Fort Worth Barbecue Joint, Making It the Best New Spot in Town
While Brix Barbecue isn’t exactly “new,” its myriad upgrades—including a brick-and-mortar—have made it worth revisiting.
While negotiating his Major League Baseball rookie deal in 2007, the Texas Rangers' newest ace started his career with the independent-league Fort Worth Cats.
It’s small-town Texas’s go-to convenience store snack. Texas Monthly’s taco editor finally gives it a go.
Fort Worth–based Harvest Returns offers new investment avenues into agricultural projects.
Shawn Warner was at an empty book signing for ‘Leigh Howard and the Ghosts of Simmons-Pierce Manor’ when a Fort Worth TikToker took notice. The rest is history.
Here’s how to get a peek inside the glitziest, most charming homes in the state, all while helping raise money for preservation efforts.
She led the movement to gain federal recognition of the holiday. This June 19, she’ll again walk 2.5 miles, marking the 2.5 years it took for news of the Emancipation Proclamation to reach Texas.
The Horned Frogs have won 19 of their last 21 games and are undefeated in the postseason as they head to Omaha.
Co-owner Miguel Martin is the creative talent behind the one-of-a-kind papier-mâché sculptures featured at the downtown store.
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.
In Fort Worth, true crime–obsessed citizen detectives have banded together to dig up new evidence for their pet cases.
Cousins BBQ is embracing a new era, with updated sides, full barbecue trays, and an All You Can Meat (yes, that’s exactly what is sounds like) daily special.
Olmos Bbq, in Fort Worth, offers traditional brisket, sausage, and ribs, but pitmaster-taquero John Paul Govea knows it’s “the tacos that hit.”
Elegance is on the menu at this Italian venture from Blaine Staniford and Adam Jones—as is a ricotta-filled, beurre blanc–lavished “serpent.”
With cloud-shaped pipes and rose-infused pre-rolls, these female small-business owners are catering to femme stoners.
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.
Juan Velazquez decided to pursue art in 2020. Since then, he’s painted dozens of murals fighting racism and gentrification.
I can still smell its heavenly aroma.
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.
Author Casey Gerald reflects on the creative process behind his August 2021 cover profile of the Fort Worth R&B singer.
An anxiety-inducing new show at the Modern Art Museum reminds us just how thoroughly screens have co-opted our daily lives.
Follow these tips and tricks to becoming beloved at your local watering hole from the guy who literally wrote the book.
The white tablecloth may be all washed up, but the dining is as fine as ever.
Why the Kimbell Art Museum, in Fort Worth, changed the state’s art world—and architectural ambitions—forever.
The 13–1 Horned Frogs will be no match for Georgia’s talent and size in the national championship game. Just like they were against Michigan.
First-year head coach Sonny Dykes put as much effort into retaining TCU’s existing talent as he did recruiting new players.
Undefeated TCU wouldn’t be playing for a Big 12 championship and a national semifinal berth without gritty senior quarterback Max Duggan.
After the Horned Frogs beat UT Saturday, reports that the Longhorns passed on Dykes for Steve Sarkisian left Texas fans wondering, “What if?”
Thanks to a bad outbreak of avian flu this year, turkey suppliers are raising prices and delivering fewer birds to restaurants before the holidays.
Our first midterm report indicates that all over the state, tradition abides while creativity flourishes.
With a high-powered offense and a 4–0 start, why can’t the Horned Frogs bag their first conference title since 2014?
The Fort Worth apparel company celebrates a century as a blank cultural canvas.
If you plan to impress your guests with a showstopping smoked meat, Daniel Vaughn suggests you learn to make beef ribs—the Goldee’s way.
In 1982, Dick J. Reavis chronicled the first government-led lethal injection in world history—and the last moments of Charlie Brooks's life.
Meet three independent fragrance makers that create distinctive scents you won’t find in large department stores.
If you were charmed by Juan Ramón Cárdenas in ‘The Taco Chronicles,’ you’ll want to make your way to Don Artemio.