Texas Sage Forge founder Sergio Menchaca makes custom pieces out of reclaimed metal and wood.
Bask in uninterrupted serenity at a luxury resort with breathe-taking views of Lake Tahoe.
The booming North Texas city has an eclectic food scene, an indie bookstore, and a vintage railroad—all within downtown.
In her new memoir, ‘Up Home,’ Ruth J. Simmons details how she defied the constraints of her segregated childhood and turned her humble origins into the key to her success.
Through anger, calm, and even some tears, former aides testified about the attorney general's alleged corruption.
As United Methodist congregations across the U.S. leave over LGBTQ inclusion and the interpretation of Scripture, one East Texas community is rent asunder.
After washing up on the coast of Wales, she was nursed back to health, flown home to Texas, and then released in Galveston.
Two California joints—Horn Barbecue and Breakwater Barbecue—have been racking up prestigious accolades and welcoming a slew of barbecue tourists.
Lawrence Wright’s new book, ‘Mr. Texas,’ was inspired by what he discovered about corruption, political combat, and, yes, pig hunting.
Before sunrise, journalists and eager onlookers gathered at the gates of the Capitol grounds, awaiting the start of the attorney general's historic impeachment trial.
From bell bottoms and braids where artists laid out a blanket and hoped to sell a few art pieces, to five decades later, Cottonwood has become the signature art event in North Texas.
From arid El Paso to the Piney Woods, Texas boasts outstanding links that don’t require an expensive membership.
San Antonio photographer Al Rendón brings fifty years of rock and street photography to the Witte Museum.
We heard testimony on Paxton's affair and watched the defense make one of the prosecution's key witnesses squirm.
Paddle on a sea kayak in Rockport, party with Kinky Friedman in Kerrville, or find a quiet spot close to home.
The beloved indie rocker was set to coheadline a summer tour with his sixteen-year-old son. When Dorian died this February, his father sought refuge the only way he could: in their shared love of music.
Over the last 40 years, Perini Ranch Steakhouse has catered numerous events, but few more memorable than that of September 11th, 2001. In this special episode, Tom and Lisa Perini share their unique perspective from the historic day as they prepared to cater the Congressional Picnic at the White House.
Order tacos árabes, cemitas, and chiles en nogada in this central Mexico city. Hurry for the last dish: You have two weeks before it goes out of season.
High school athletes are free to monetize their name, image, and likeness rights in thirty states. Texas ain’t one of ’em.
Stanley McMahan says assembling watches is “what God put me on Earth to do.”
Defunct companies have left behind energy facilities that leak toxins into fragile coastal ecosystems. And guess who has to clean them up?
Whether looking for a romantic getaway or a fun filled weekend with friends, the Warwick Melrose Hotel is the perfect destination.
The Texas Senate did not dismiss any charges, Paxton will not have to testify, and more we learned from day one.
The writer-at-large’s 2022 cover story will be included in the anthology series’s latest volume.
Whether your tastes lean toward cabernet or peach-infused moscato, the Texas wine country has something for everyone. Including a rhinoceros.
Texas Monthly has had a big year in film and television. After the success of Max’s Love & Death, which debuted April 2023, the magazine will see another of its stories brought to life onscreen: the feature film Hit Man. Co-written and produced by director Richard Linklater and
The University of Houston is reclaiming the “Love Ya Blue” colors made famous by Earl Campbell and Warren Moon for the Cougars’ Big 12 debut.
Brad Parscale is all in on artificial intelligence, and the right-wing billionaire Tim Dunn is now his biggest benefactor.
Goodstock By Nolan Ryan spoke with some veteran tailgaters (who also happen to run beloved restaurants) to get some tips on how to make the most of your parking lot party before the big game.
Available exclusively to TM BBQ Club members.
HB 2127, which strips municipalities of regulatory authority, was intended to target liberal cities. So why are conservative mayors so upset?
Discover the season’s latest fashion trends at Highland Park Village, Dallas’ premier open-air shopping and dining destination.
Each student has an individual learning style, and each family has different commitments. As online schools progress to better allow students to learn at their own pace and on their own terms, opportunities are opening up outside the traditional classroom.
Experience thrilling carnival rides, savor local flavors, and enjoy endless live entertainment at Riofest in Harlingen, Texas.
Part grill, part smoker, all-purpose performance for grilling on-the-go, the NOMAD Grill & Smoker leads an arsenal of premium provisions for the barbecue enthusiast.
Catering brings in half of this North Richmond Hills joint's business, but you can also stop by the restaurant to try bacon-ranch potato salad and jerk-seasoned turkey.
And he really wants you to know it.
Are you worn out from the constant warnings to save power to keep our “fixed” power grid from overloading? You may have ERCOT Conservation Fatigue.
Everything you need to know about the alleged adultery, bribery, and abuse of office. Plus: Big-time lawyers! Billionaire donors! And burner phones!
Matriarchy Build connects home-improvement-seeking customers with a database of vetted tradespeople, all of them female or nonbinary.
Whether it’s creamy horchata or cooling cucumber, the various flavors of this sweet, refreshing drink act as potable air-conditioning.
A Texas Monthly reader quiz, based on all the stories in our August 2023 issue.
Shenandoah offers a variety of things to see and do, whether you’re looking for an afternoon excursion, weekend getaway, or extended stay.
The best way to uncover all The City Different has to offer is by letting curiosity be your compass.
The film by right-wing activist Michael Quinn Sullivan is a warning to Republicans who might vote for Ken Paxton's impeachment.
Take a trip to Palestine and experience everything from the haunting season of fall to the festive season of Christmas.
A 12-day cultural celebration that coincides with amazing weather and helps showcase all of the artful offerings that Pensacola has to offer.
Fully open after a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation, the Iberville Tower welcomes guests to New Orleans.
Apple, Cartier, Tiffany, and other tastemakers in art and fashion bask in the glow created by Lucifer Lighting.
Luis Gonzales of Luchi’s Smokehouse, in Stanton, balances firing the smoker for his brisket and pork ribs all night with a full-time job at an electric utility.