The veteran manager has Houston poised for another MLB playoff run, but the team appears lukewarm on retaining him after this season.
Landscape designer James Burnett shares how to plant a backyard oasis for any weather.
A dozen Texas artists tackle subjects both famous (Selena) and personal (family migration, motherhood) in this Texas Biennial show.
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.
A new exhibit in Houston's Fifth Ward is an homage to—and a critique of—one of the country's first racially integrated art shows.
Rarely does a museum’s restaurant rival its galleries, but this addition to Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts is poised to take its place among the masters.
The oldest studio in Texas has recorded everyone from Lightnin’ Hopkins and George Jones to Beyoncé and Travis Scott—and it’s still making hits.
JQ's Tex-Mex Barbecue helped put the smoked brisket birria taco on the map, but it's worth the drive to Houston for any item on the menu.
The Cougars' move is great news for UH fans, but it shouldn't have required UT taking a sledgehammer to the conference to make it happen.
Texas start-ups are harnessing know-how born of the shale boom in pursuit of a greener future.
The 2021 Texas Biennial abounds with new monuments for a state and art community in transition.
Pop-culture and popsicle fans come from around the state, often dressed in character, to taste themed treats.
Locals and tourists alike wait in lines that circle the block to eat at the Breakfast Klub. But Marcus Davis is serving much more than wings and waffles.
The exciting Spring Branch menu includes chana masala, fried chicken, spicy Korean braised greens, brisket, and the most thoughtful wine list in Texas barbecue.
The Houston Cougars quarterback broke NCAA records in the early nineties. Now he teaches the Old Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary.
The Houston prodigy’s Olympic dreams didn’t pan out, but a silver lining is the state could become a new hub for ollies, nosegrinds, and kickflips.
Inside the two Texas cities’ bids to host the world’s biggest sporting event.
The right-hander, the onetime most-feared pitcher in baseball whose career was cut short by a devastating stroke, died last week at 71.
The debut feature from Scott Brignac, starring Alan Tudyk and Michael McKean, argues for Houston's place among film’s default “big cities."
‘Friday I’m in Love’ delves into the fascinating history of the former dinner theater, gay disco, and frequent dance party locale.
The gymnastics GOAT withdrew from competition at the Olympics, but she’s already accomplished enough to deserve a lifetime of gratitude.
Pioneering Houston rappers Willie D and Scarface reunite for a show that’s all about their community, not about them.
The poet and performer Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton on risking new connections with nature during a year of tragedy.
The Olympic champion has attracted some of the country’s top gymnasts to her family-owned facility near Houston.
Meet the Under the Texan Sun, a crisp, refreshing nod to the season.
The Hill Country offers fast-flowing streams and some nice bass. But for solitude and diversity of species, the creeks and bayous east of I-45 can’t be beat.
For low-income countries, the less-expensive, easier-to-make Corbevax could prove a godsend.
Texas Monthly adds and updates approximately sixty restaurant listings to our Dining Guide each month. There’s limited space in the print issue, but the entire searchable guide to the best of Texas cuisine is at your fingertips online!Below are a few highlights from the new restaurants reviewed in our
His works incorporate redacted FBI documents, vintage records, and a saxophone deep-fried like a chicken wing.
The Houston-based website makes use of blockchain technology—and an element of surprise—to attract a sizable new audience for computer-generated works.
The 17-year-old from Houston is one of only a handful of women who've ever successfully landed a 540-degree aerial spin during competition.
The city's subterranean shops are still feeling the pandemic’s toll.
It’s an unconventional but attention-grabbing strategy.
The Houston swimmer finished just short of the medal stand in 2012 and 2016, but her greatest challenge has been adjusting to normal life.
The flyweight from Houston talks about fighting for her country and for mental health awareness in the first of a four-part video series.
A surge in post-pandemic revelry and lingering aftershocks from the February freeze have made the ubiquitous bar snack a pricey delicacy.
Former Montrose bar Mary’s...Naturally! served as the site of raucous parties, AIDS-era organizing, and even a final resting place for patrons. This Pride Month, a new exhibit reckons with the bar’s legacy for today's queer community.
He’s spent more than seven years documenting the city’s life, landscape, and architecture.
The Van Gogh projection-room craze comes to Austin, with Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio on deck.
If you’re trying to buy a home, then you’re probably a grown-up. You deserve a grown-up city—the city of Houston.