The Lindseys have nurtured a new pitmaster in the family to take over the original location of this chain in Longview after several closures.
Behind the run-down exteriors of these concrete houses lies the story of an East Texas innovator and his one-of-a-kind machine.
Come to this East Texas city for the hot-air balloons. Stay for the gluten-free beers, natural wines, and impressive array of cuisines.
Ethan and Amanda Langley restore classic travel trailers for road warriors from all over North America.
Meet three independent fragrance makers that create distinctive scents you won’t find in large department stores.
Picture Magnolia Market crossed with Downton Abbey and accessorized with a bounce house.
Hardy Fox, founder of the strange and influential band the Residents, developed his bizarre sensibility while growing up in small-town East Texas.
Free of the chain's fixed menu, Bingham and his co-owners traffic in excellent experimentation and well-smoked meat with their Longview barbecue trailer.
To survive the pandemic, the beloved Longview restaurant had to evolve. As a waiter there, I did too.
Plus, a man pretends to be conducting a CIA investigation at a Longview children's museum.
Each blue VHS box was a transmission from another planet that promised there were others like me somewhere.
Plus: Megan Thee Stallion spices up the Grammys, Selena Gomez considers giving up music, and Post Malone gets in on the NFT craze.
Plus, our very own BBQ Fest culminates in a virtual backyard barbecue this Sunday.
Plus: Texas A&M scientists used eye-tracking tech to help 1775 BBQ in College Station design a new menu.
Ray Gene, proprietor of Longview’s singular It’ll Do Tavern, passed away last weekend.
The celebrated fashion designer has come a long way from Longview.
The film, directed by Longview native John Lee Hancock, focuses on the legend of Texas’s most famous bank robbers—and our collective fascination with them.
The pitmaster avoids the stress of his popular joint in Longview by running the location twelve miles away.
Life on the ranch was hard enough already, and full of uncertainty. Then a string of dead calves turned up, and everything pointed to murder. But why? And how? A Longview mystery.
A filmmaker’s long view of Longview
How has Jacksonville native Neal McCoy, a self-described “easy-listenin’ kinda guy,” managed to sell five million country CDs and cassettes? It has little to do with his singing.
This time of year, Yule find him hanging around East Texas: On lawns and roofs, he’s a Claus célèbre.
Growing up in Longview and Texas City, John Lee Hancock dreamed of a life in the movies. Today, he’s one of L.A.’s hottest screenwriters.
A strip-mining company made her an offer she couldn’t refuse.