Over a career spanning three decades, Griffith chronicled the evolution of Texas from a culinary backwater to a major player on the national scene.
The 26-year-old, who performs as Skirts, makes lo-fi pop that's perfect for a lazy Sunday.
Chef Nusret Gökçe, better known as Salt Bae, has brought his specific blend of showmanship to the beef capital of the world.
Since moving to Dallas a few years ago, I've wanted to paddle the glittering water I'd pass while driving.
His country ballads tell stories about complex, imperfect people who call the city home.
With packages designed for Texans, these new luxe lodging options feature museum-quality paintings, sculpture, and other artwork.
Frisco has fun for everyone.
The University of Dallas professor is urging Republicans to build a post-Trump, big-tent, big-spending party that’s economically populist and socially conservative.
Holt’s partner, Trina Nishimura, who was the beverage director at the beloved ramen shop, shares their story with Texas Monthly.
In Dallas, the “Stop the Steal" events were more of a celebration than a wake.
Three years ago, Candace Valenzuela was a college counselor. Now, she’s hoping to ride anti-Trump sentiment in the Dallas suburbs to a seat in Congress where, if elected, she’d be the first Afro-Latina.
From its origins airing the banter of bored firefighters to its robust classical programming today, Dallas’s WRR-FM has filled an unusual niche on the airwaves for nearly a century.
One editor remembers his former boss as unreasonably demanding—and unafraid of investing in great journalism.
The actor, who grew up in the Dallas area, takes a leading role in the horror series adapted from the book of the same name.
A mainstay of Dallas queer nightlife, Sue Ellen's is thought to be one of about ten lesbian bars left in the U.S.
In a new digital exhibition at Dallas Contemporary, Holmes challenges viewers to advocate for justice.
Although craft smoked meats are wonderful, there's nothing like eating ribs at a traditional Texas barbecue spot. And they are getting harder to find.
The removal of the statue is part of a larger reappraisal of the role of the Rangers in Texas history.
On National Elote Day, we’re craving the Middle Eastern-inspired za’atar street corn at Locura.
A month ago Philip Archibald was a frustrated small business owner locked inside his Dallas home. Now he commands a heavily armed network of anti-lockdown vigilantes, some with extremist leanings.
Students have found themselves celebrating milestones like prom, graduation, and Eagle Scout ceremonies virtually because of the pandemic.
Scrambling to become a takeout-only business, Los Molcajetes got a much-needed bump from a viral tweet.
José executive chef Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman and staff are making “five hundred sack lunches” a day to thank frontline health-care workers.
Smaller March festivals in places like Denton and McAllen were meant to raise funds for asylum seekers at the border and bolster local music communities.
The beloved band released a song and an accompanying video this week.
It’s part of a bigger plan to make the North Texas city a destination.
Through strolls along pedestrian bridges and historically black neighborhoods, local historians are elevating black Dallasites’ stories.
After a national spotlight was cast on Emilia Flores’s coat donation program, an expletive-drenched letter arrives at her taqueria.
It would have been great for tech workers, but a disaster for infrastructure, equality, and the identities of Austin and Dallas.
The tech giant is set to make its announcement within the next two months—but whatever happens, Austin and Dallas rents are likely to go up.
Mockingbird Lane’s "Elephant House" was a bright spot during a tough time.
How the trashiest, campiest show on television revolutionized pop culture, rebooted Texas’s reputation, and helped bring down the Romanian government. (Maybe!)
Dallas police waited to release the suspect’s name even as it appeared across the internet, eroding the local community’s already fragile trust.
Join us in Dallas on September 7th and 8th.
Leave your modesty (and shoes) at the door—but don’t forget your bathing suit—when you visit King Spa or its rival, Spa Castle.
Says longtime pitmaster George 'Slim' Miller: 'If that meat don’t feel you, and you don’t feel that meat, ain’t nobody gonna enjoy it.'
The show, playing in Dallas May 24 through 26, explores how people communicate with emergent technologies.
Dallas, on the other hand, is interested.
Anish Kapoor's sculpture has prompted an unusual conversation between the two cities with the biggest inferiority complexes in America.
In 2012, a mystery buyer spent more than $100 million for a penthouse in Manhattan. It was Michael Dell.
Now’s your chance to see the last-place NBA team in person for free, a $6 value.