On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the Old 97’s frontman discusses his new book of poetry for children, the creative benefits of sobriety, and the song he’s dying to have Willie Nelson sing.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, Milliken discusses the future of higher education, the recent college admissions scandal, and the possibility of a football game against A&M.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the jewelry designer and entrepreneur talks philanthropy, the future of retail, and the benefits of a company led by women.
On The National Podcast of Texas, the university president talks college debt, diversity, the importance of science, and the strategy behind Jimbo Fisher’s salary.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, fashion designer and 'Project Runway' judge Maxwell and filmmaker Jessy Price discuss the deeper messages that clothes deliver, dressing Lady Gaga and Michelle Obama, and filming in Marfa.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter talks about his new tribute to Guy Clark, the state of the union, and how Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson changed his life.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the 'Grace and Frankie' star talks about navigating Silicon Valley, #MeToo’s impact on the modeling business, and the life she’s built on the back of 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit stardom.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the Texas Film Hall Of Famer and director of Netflix’s new ”The Highwaymen” talks about ”The Blind Side,” ”The Alamo,” and the future of Texas filmmaking.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the 2014 gubernatorial candidate on her latest thinking about a potential run against John Cornyn, Beto O’Rourke’s future, and the status of the upcoming Sandra Bullock film centered on her filibuster.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the newly minted Texas Medal of Arts winner offers behind-the-scenes glimpses of classic sessions with Kurt Cobain, Willie Nelson, and Donald Trump.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the founder of the popular pop-up boot-camp workout company discusses the fitness industry, motivational psychology, and running a Christian business.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the South Texas-raised stand-up comic talks about Mexican-American representation in Hollywood, the border situation, and writing jokes for Clint Eastwood.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the Grammy- and Oscar-winning musician walks us through a new album that tackles the state of our union, advocates for mental health, and embraces Texas blues.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas: the CEO/co-founder of Texas Humor, who’s also the photographer/aviator behind an ambitious aerial tour of Texas’ borders.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the legendary “Ryan Express” and his son, Astros president Reid Ryan, talk about big payrolls, how pitching has changed, and Houston’s chances at another championship season.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, we talk to the author about his new book, ‘Austin to ATX,’ which attempts to demystify Austin’s dramatic transition from small town to global city.
The 22-year-old star of the Netflix science program ’Brainchild,’ also a UT senior, on representation, science, and life as a young role model.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer on how "That Little Ol’ Band From Texas" reached the half-century mark.
Here are our favorite quotes from a year of interviews with Julián Castro, Cecile Richards, Leon Bridges, and more.
After more than four decades as one of the state's top political reporters, Ratcliffe has decided to retire from 'Texas Monthly.'
The Fort Worth R&B star on his pair of Grammy nominations and a wild 2018—full of big shows and more than a little soul-searching.
How LeAnn Mueller and Ali Clem—the only wife-and-wife team in Texas—finally brought Austin's la Barbecue indoors, and why Los Angeles doesn't know what it's missing.
Carlos Sanchez speaks with a Texas congressman on the appropriations committee ahead of the looming budgetary showdown in Washington.
The historian and author on how we reassess past presidencies and when he believes we’ll have enough perspective to begin judging Trump's.
On our latest podcast, the co-director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development offers a warning about the rise of the anti-vaccine movement and Texas’s risk of a measles outbreak.
The East Texas chain of Bodacious Bar-B-Q joints lost its founder, Roland Lindsey, in September. His son-in-law Jordan Jackson looks to not only carry on the brand's barbecue legacy, but improve it one location at a time.
Simply put, "y'all" is the best way in the English language to address more than one person, and we speak to a linguist who argues the same.
On our latest podcast, the Texas songwriter who co-wrote sixteen songs with Taylor Swift details what’s behind a hit song and what makes Texas songwriters a whole different breed.
On our latest podcast, a conversation with Knowlton about hosting Netflix’s ’The Final Table,’ why he left NYC for Austin, restaurant trends, and the state of food criticism.
Sam Greenberg's family has been smoking turkeys the old-fashioned way since 1939 in Tyler. He continues the tradition at Greenberg Smoked Turkeys.
On our latest podcast, a conversation with author Michael Lewis about the consequences of what he believes is a federal government awash in corruption, special interests, and glaring conflicts.
Beto O’Rourke won’t be the next Texas senator. Here’s what happened in the final 36 hours.
On our latest podcast, we talk to the host of 'Texas Monthly' and Pineapple Street Media’s 'Underdog: Beto vs. Cruz' about the Senate race’s home stretch and what it all might mean come Wednesday morning."
On the eve of the election, Eric Benson examines the effects of early voting and the possibility of a number of Democratic victories come Tuesday.
Miguel Vidal of Valentina's Tex-Mex BBQ in Austin provides a preview of his dish at the Texas Monthly BBQ Fest, and we discuss how his San Antonio upbringing informs his current Tex-Mex BBQ menu.
In Episode 4, Eric Benson talks to Beto, to Democratic and Republican voters, and to pollsters about what needs to happen in these final days—and whether the polls are reflecting the reality on the ground.
In our latest episode, we explore uniquely Texan sayings that make us happy as a clam in high tide.
On our latest podcast, the former mayor of San Antonio and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development talks Beto, the Texas legislature, and how he'd run a campaign against Trump in 2020.
At Rice University, there's a little less meat in the dining halls because the chefs have embraced plant-based meat substitutes, including their own version of vegan barbecue brisket.
In Episode 3, we travel to the Rio Grande Valley, where voter turnout is historically low.
On our latest podcast, a conversation with the founder of Texas 2036, a non-partisan nonprofit designed to anticipate what Texas might have to do to thrive a full generation down the line.
In the second episode of the 2018 Senate race podcast, we explore how Texas turned red.
On our latest podcast, a conversation about chemistry and cancer with the UT-Austin assistant professor recently honored with a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship.
Can O’Rourke change the future of Texas politics, or will Beto-mania turn out to be another liberal fantasy? Listen to the first episode of ’Underdog.’
Talking with the Dallas native who scored big with 1994’s “Stay (I Missed You)” and won a Grammy earlier this year for an album of children’s music.
Tired of used cars and small-town bureaucracy, James Jackson closed his food truck in the barbecue capital of Texas and went out of state.
Max Marshall, who wrote our October cover story, had never seen the show before proposing his piece. Follow along on his journey to being seduced by the trashiest, campiest show of the eighties.
On our latest podcast, a timely chat about Kavanaugh, Beto, and Mueller with the creator and cohost of Showtime’s 'The Circus.'
In our latest podcast, we explore the sometimes messy but always rewarding collision of Spanish and English in the Lone Star State.
On this week’s podcast, Andy Langer talks with the Asleep at the Wheel leader about the tricky intersection of music and politics.