Nathaniel Hall’s canines can also find pollutants and agricultural pests.
High school athletes are free to monetize their name, image, and likeness rights in thirty states. Texas ain’t one of ’em.
Sark bangs Tupac, the Baylor and TCU coaches pump themselves up with Dave Matthews Band, and guess who loves Post Malone?
Though this year, the Longhorns have so much talent and experience that their number-eleven ranking feels appropriate (unless you’re in Fort Worth).
Thank goodness for spring-fed swimming holes—and cabins next to them.
Hill Barbecue in Lubbock has had some issues with thievery and arson, but it perseveres because, to its owners, barbecue is “damn near religion.”
While the term is most commonly translated as ”stew,” it's not wholly accurate. Guisados are more of a feeling of warmth and family.
A deep dive into a track from the guitarist’s latest album, ‘The Happiest Times I Ever Ignored.’
Owner Rusty Cook has accumulated enough neon signs to cover the entire restaurant, and artisan Rebecca Welch restores them to their original glow.
“I’m Starting to Become Numb to This”: Texas Restaurant Workers Speak Up About Mental Health in Their Industry
While mental illness affects one in five U.S. adults, service employees have several factors—including late hours and low wages—that can exacerbate issues. Luckily, some nonprofits are ready to step in.
For decades, Lubbock-based filmmaker Dale Johnson traveled the globe documenting the beauty, power, and fragility of the natural world.
Jiménez Tortilleria y Taqueria in Lubbock separates itself from the local pack by offering tacos filled with guisados and topped with fried eggs.
In Lubbock, Linda Mason turned a sweets craving into a full-time business, where her bold recipes provide a sweet connection to her sons.
Garret Langlois explains how he first stumbled upon, then dove into the exciting discovery that beavers had returned to the Llano Estacado after thousands of years.
Texas Tech suspended the men’s basketball coach after Adams used “unacceptable and racially insensitive” language with a player.
The magazine’s back-page columnist explains the subtle shifts in his “Fine Advice and Keen Observations,” from 2007 through today.
David Cea of Orlando’s Italian Restaurant reflects on the restaurant’s legacy and growth.
Inside his father’s old service station, Isaac Arellano puts in long hours at his restaurant, Pitforks and Smokerings, to keep the flame alive.
The author of ‘The Perfect Pass’ and ‘Empire of the Summer Moon’ reflects on Mike Leach’s coaching legacy.
The former Texas Tech football coach, revered for his offensive mind and beloved for his one-of-a-kind character, died Monday.
Author S. C. Gwynne calls his 2009 profile of the pirate-obsessed former Texas Tech coach part of the “golden era” of his journalism career.
Meraki Meadows has been producing saffron for two years. The spice, which comes from the crocus flower, can sell for a minimum of $9,000 a pound.
The Red Raiders coach said he received hundreds of congratulatory text messages after beating Texas, and he's just getting started.
Thousands of years after they were wiped out from the area, an obsessed wildlife ecologist has found evidence that the bucktoothed critters are beginning to recolonize.
This two-day recipe from the Nicolett in Lubbock might be a bit of a project, but the result of crispy, melt-in-your-mouth morsels is worth it.
With her stunning debut novel, ‘Perish,’ LaToya Watkins draws on her family’s deep roots in West Texas.
Dawna Gillespie’s handcrafted earrings and necklaces are truly one of a kind.
With Texas’s annual Free Fishing Day, you can cast your line without all the red tape. No license required!
Lubbock-based artist Jon Whitfill is on a mission to transform discarded texts into eye-popping works of art.
Listen to wolves howl, rub a hog's belly, or learn to bottle-feed a baby skunk.
After a career spent coaching at tiny West Texas colleges, Adams will lead Texas Tech against one of NCAA basketball's most storied programs.
And when the new Longhorns coach steps on the court for his first game back in Lubbock, the Red Raiders faithful will surely let him hear it.
The number nineteen Red Raiders are among the biggest surprises in NCAA basketball, with hopes of springing another upset Tuesday against Baylor.
The late sculptor Robert Bruno's unfinished home—a Lubbock-area landmark—is becoming a vacation rental. His friends are distressed.
From Baylor’s top-ten matchup in the Sugar Bowl to Texas Tech’s reunion with Mike Leach, here’s what college football fans need to know.
Grading the season performances and outcomes for all twelve FBS programs in Texas. You already know who's getting an F.
With six top-25 teams among the state's men's and women's programs, there's never been a better time to be a basketball fan in Texas.
Students, many of whom go on to work in food science, train by spending as much time as possible in a meat locker studying beef carcasses.
The Red Raiders’ hire is beloved by former players at Baylor and Cedar Hill High School and is known as one of the top recruiters in Texas.
Bakers are leaning into their dark sides to build spooktacular creations ahead of October 31.
These courses are beautiful, fun for all skill levels, and are available to play at a great value. Fairways and greens!
The Texas Tech defensive lineman interned with the campus police during the pandemic and hopes to improve law enforcement from within.
The multifaceted musician, former city-council candidate, and documentary star returns with an album of pristine guitar and gentle self-reflection.
As home prices skyrocket in Texas, buyers will try anything to stand out—and neuroscience shows these letters work. But housing experts say the implications are troubling.
Acclaimed climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe on reasons for alarm—and hope.
Since taking over Tom & Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Q in 2017, Ian Timmons has paid homage to the restaurant’s half century of legacy while serving some of the region’s best brisket.
The Lubbock band's first release in 12 years features satisfying covers of tunes by George Jones, Ernest Tubb, Johnny Cash, and other greats.
After selling their family landscaping business in Tucson, Mallory and Arnis Robbins moved to Texas with no plans to make a name for themselves in Texas barbecue. But in 2015, the couple opened a highway-side food trailer (named after their daughter, Evie Mae). The joint quickly rose in the ranks,
Austinites Ban Public Homeless Camps, While San Antonio Voters Protect the Police’s Ability to Collectively Bargain
Plus, Lubbock becomes Texas's largest "sanctuary city for the unborn."
Leaving a near-perfect situation at Texas Tech is an enormous risk for the once-beloved basketball coach, but Beard just might be good enough to succeed where other Longhorns coaches fell short.