A mainstay of Dallas queer nightlife, Sue Ellen's is thought to be one of about ten lesbian bars left in the U.S.
The death rate from COVID-19 in deep South Texas is more than twice the state average.
Jalapeño-infused agave is the secret to this sweet and spicy version from Danny Caffall, of Dallas's Manson on Turtle Creek.
Plus, a podcast hosted by a UT alum and native North Texan, a restaurant with the best banh mi in Dallas, and a show about Austin’s roller derby scene.
Plus, Beyoncé’s "Black is King" drops celebrity-filled trailer, a new doc on reopening Texas restaurants, and Post Malone’s “dark times” album.
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With the traditional supply chain in crisis, here’s a radical plan for a new way forward. (With one big catch).
While dancers at Fort Worth’s Texas Ballet Theater do pliés at home barres improvised from pipes and shower handles, administrators are making do with a $2 million budget shortfall.
While quarantined and away from home, I keep coming back to the late Texan choreographer’s works—which are newly available to watch online.
Texas A&M epidemiologist Dr. Rebecca Fischer on the critical systems being put in place to maximize safety in an uncertain time.
Taco y Vino’s homage to the Taco Bell classic, in which a crispy shell is wrapped in a soft tortilla, is comfort food at its finest.
Contrary to what a viral video suggests, it’s unrelated to the pandemic.
The musicians in Midland, a popular country band, have entered the conversation about gentrification in the worst possible way.
Plus: Cananda misunderstands Texas barbecue.
New polling indicates that the governor’s office is lagging behind mainstream opinion of the coronavirus pandemic.
The northeast Texas oasis among the pines reminds us of happier summers while providing needed respite now.
Rough it—or not—and make sure to get some barbecue.
She’s one of the nation’s most influential drag queens, jet-setting from Europe to Australia. But she’d rather be at a dance school in Garland.
While demonstrators marched in cities and towns across the country, a police union rep, an activist, a legislator, and an attorney sat down to discuss how to break the deadlock and bring about better policing.
It's not just the pandemic. Texas's beloved grocery chain has been developing its disaster response for more than a decade.
Behind the scenes, two staffers with the same first name keep Texas Monthly running smoothly.
Reader letters published in our August issue.
Goldee's and Hurtado, which both opened just weeks before the pandemic closures in March, could be game-changers for the North Texas scene.
Despite the popular sunscreen brand's success and New York expansion, its founder says Texas is home.
Living hard and free, cedar choppers clashed with respectable townsfolk in the mid-20th century.
As the state started shutting down, one man took to the coast in search of a different kind of solitude. And seashells.
The band's first album in 14 years is vengeful and deeply reflective (and, yes, there's talk of boats).
Camp Pine Cove adopted a number of safety precautions to prevent the coronavirus’s spread. It still came.
Music journalist Maria Sherman discusses why she wrote 'Larger Than Life,' her exhaustive guide to an enduring cultural phenomenon.
When Texas Republicans gather for their biennial convention, it's usually an impressive show of force. This time, it was an embarrassment.
Daniel Johnston's famous friendly frog is the perfect COVID accessory for a man like myself.
A viral smash on TikTok, the song is part of a club music lineage that exists for the sole purpose of getting people moving.
The celebrity chef, accused of domestic violence four years ago, says he’s ready to do the work. But what does that mean?
Plus, Ethan Hawke plays Tesla, Jamie Foxx's sci-fi action epic gets a trailer, and Post Malone eats worms.
A Texan deployed overseas wants to know if there’s any foodstuff weirder than armadillo tail with gravy. (There is.)
As Texas schools look to reopen this fall, I am unsure how to keep myself and the children I look after safe.
The COVID-19 crisis is the predictable result of the governor muddling through things.
And sometimes that’s all you want in a burger.
Pedro Ricalo, of Bullion in Dallas, shows how to make an easy, refreshing summer drink with a favorite brown spirit.
The new Arlington baseball stadium has an approach that's, well, out of left field.
Activists say the city can’t yet claim that “Black Austin Matters,” given its record, and that’s why they painted the street installation.
An APD tweet went viral after internet sleuths theorized that the cards were a police stunt. We got ahold of documents to find the truth.
Rolling down the hall, the most popular new staffer at Dallas’s Medical City Heart Hospital accepts a fist bump from a nurse before stopping into a supply room to pick up gauze and saline solution to bring to a patient’s room. Next comes a trip to the elevator, where the…
MJ Hegar defeated Royce West in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate, Troy Nehls crushes Kathaleen Wall in Fort Bend County, and other key results.
Locals are hopeful that change can come to the Northeast Texas town that invented the spectacle lynching.
The message arrives at a time when anxious Houston teachers are deciding whether to return to classrooms as COVID-19 surges.
After years of feeling isolated in my fandom, witnessing my favorite bands supporting Black Lives Matter has been both meaningful and conflicting.
At EaDeaux's Cajun Cocina, the tacos come filled with gumbo, etouffee, or boudin.
After running second in the Democratic primary to a progressive challenger, Moore argues that her critics haven’t done their homework.