Goodbye to a giver.
Awe, gratitude, and stories upon stories. Gary would approve.
A tribute to Gary Cartwright, who died February 22, 2017, at age 82.
Political and longform journalism are central to our past, and our future
Reporting on a different kind of power in Texas.
The 43-year-old magazine is pleased to welcome Tim Taliaferro as the sixth EIC and Scott Brown as the first chief creative officer.
Introducing the new owners of Texas Monthly.
Paul Hobby, who runs the Houston-based private equity firm Genesis Park, takes the reins of the venerable publication.
How do you depict the "new Austin" on a magazine cover? By painting a mural on South Congress and photographing it, of course.
Blue Bell put its competition in the deep freeze and took home the dubious award.
Revisiting the archives, including our greatest hits, the obscure b-sides, and everything in between.
Our policy and how you can follow it.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. But feel free to give it a new coat of paint.
The two musicians, featured on our July cover, talk about Texas’s rich songwriting history and their place in it.
Michael Hall and his perfect game.
Our June issue, featuring a look back at Urban Cowboy 35 years after its premiere, is on newsstands and texasmonthly.com.
Paul Burka bids farewell to Texas Monthly—and wonders what happened to the Texas he once knew.
The unrivaled legacy of Paul Burka.
Unless it's one of the places featured in our December issue cover story.
Ten far-flung places to get a great meal and a good night's rest.
Brian D. Sweany on taking the reins at Texas Monthly—and always carrying a pen.
Thirteen famous Texans showed us theirs. Now we want to see yours.
We are beyond thrilled to announce that Brian D. Sweany now holds the top job at Texas Monthly.
Now it's time to see off another pillar in the Texas community: our governor. A look into our July issue, featuring Rick Perry on the cover.
Our July cover features Rick Perry, who is wrapping up his historic tenure as governor of Texas.
How our creative director captured a moment all Strait fans will know and love.
Jake Silverstein on what first drew him to Texas, what kept him here, and what he will miss as he takes his leave.
This week, we will publish a 25,000-word story, the result of an in-depth investigation into the 1982 Lake Waco murders, one of the most confounding criminal cases in Texas history.
As if defending the TMBBQ Top 50 weren’t enough, Texas Monthly Barbecue Editor Daniel Vaughn is also in the middle of his book tour for The Prophets of Smoked Meat, which brought him last week to the city he now says is “the capital of Texas BBQ.” That’s…
“You see this bullet right here, I’ll stick it from they rooter to the tooter,” raps Lt. Regina Smith, now suspended.
Posting will be light at the TM Daily Post this week. But you'll still find us at TexasMonthly.com and on Twitter and Facebook.