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October 21, 2021

Cue the BBQ Trip with YETI

Throw a dart at a map of Texas, and you’ll no doubt hit a town worthy of exploring, whether for big city thrills or small-town adventures in the great wide open. No matter where that dart may land, you can bet your next meal there’s a mouthwatering barbecue joint (or

Health |
October 21, 2021

The Making of an Anti-vax Warrior

A few months ago, Jennifer Bridges’s refusal to abide by Houston Methodist’s vaccine mandate thrust her into the national spotlight. Now she’s become a purveyor of conspiracy theories that have fueled the pandemic’s continuation.

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October 20, 2021

Dining Guide: Highlights From Our November 2021 Issue

Texas Monthly adds and updates approximately sixty restaurant listings for 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

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October 19, 2021

It Runs in the Family

When legendary master-distiller, Booker Noe, grandson of Jim Beam, released Knob Creek in 1992, he used the techniques and know-how that had been handed down to him after years of practice—in the same way great pitmasters keep family legacies alive in how they cook their barbecue.Like his forefathers, Noe respected

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October 18, 2021

The Anthro Series Brings the Sound of Good Creation

Oak & Eden has announced the release of the latest chapter of their celebrity product collaboration series, the  Anthro Series. Crafted in collaboration with America’s foremost ramblers, the Anthro Series is a collaborative product line of one-of-a-kind whiskeys created uniquely by various celebrities. These whiskeys are

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October 18, 2021

Texas Monthly’s BBQ Passport

Editor’s NoteYes, the Texas Monthly Barbecue Passport is back! If you raced from Amarillo to Brownsville to complete every stop on the 2017 version, your challenge this barbecue season spans from Beaumont to El Paso. Maybe your U.S. passport (that dusty one in the drawer with the blue cover) hasn’t

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October 16, 2021

Join Magnolia’s Sixth Annual Silobration

Bustling streets filled with vendors and visitors, a Ferris wheel that takes you to new heights, and time together under a fall Texas sky. These are just a few telltale signs that Silobration, Magnolia’s annual homecoming, is back for another year in Waco.  When Chip and Joanna Gaines bought the historic, abandoned