Yellow Rose offers veggie-forward dishes, authentic barbacoa, and lengua—in Texas-size portions.
“There was a really long time where people would come in and ask for a muffin.”
The mayor set his sights a little lower in his latest ill-advised social media post.
Why is New York trying to steal Texas’s most Instagrammable puppy?
Rooting for the ’Stros in enemy territory.
Eating my words with Shane McBride.
Until April of last year, Shiner was only available to New Yorkers at bars that had taken pains to drive it up from other states. Now, Texas's beloved dark lager is available all over the Big Apple.
Lisa Fain, who just published her second cookbook, "The Homesick Texan's Family Table: Lone Star Cooking from My Kitchen to Yours," on her deep Texas roots, how easy it is to make delicious beans and homemade flour tortillas, and chile pepper injuries.
As my son graduates from college, I’m learning to say goodbye to him—again.
G.B. Trudeau worked the Alamo, SXSW, Bush, Perry, and an Aggie joke into six Doonesbury strips about Texas secession, but unlike his sonogram law series, hardly anybody noticed.
The irrrepressible but often disappointing Katy native, Aggie, and former Dallas Cowboy, feels more at home as a New Yorker and a member of the New York Giants.
Daniel Delaney is attempting to do world-class Texas brisket in New York. Our Daniel Vaughn thought he could pull it off, and now Wayne Mueller has agreed.
Daniel Vaughn's top picks for where to get good BBQ in NYC. (And a few places one should avoid.)
The fourth installment from Daniel Vaughn, whose tastebuds took him to Brisketlab in New York City.
The third installment from Daniel Vaughn, who visited Fatty 'Cue, the restaurant that serves up a style of barbecue unique to the Big Apple.
The second installment of BBQ Snob's trip to New York City, where he braved no fewer than six restaurants to find some of the city's best pastrami.
Daniel Vaughn, a.k.a. the BBQ Snob, finds out if the acclaimed New York City barbecue joint lives up to the hype.
Another month, another acclaimed Matthew McConaughey movie. The Austin actor talks about his new movie Killer Joe, his role in Dazed and Confused, and Richard Linklater with Jon Stewart.
Will the eye injury he says he suffered as a bystander in Drake and Chris Brown's alleged New York nightclub brawl stop him from playing for France?
Daniel Delaney, a Brooklyn-based blogger who professes a deep and profound respect for Texas barbecue, bought a 200-pound smoker and a truckload's worth of Texas post oak to start Brisket Lab in his home state.
Where there's smoke, there's non-traditional barbecue. Jim Shahin writes about Asian styles in New York City, "pulled squash" in Arizona, and cauliflower, artichokes, and quail in Texas.
Ron Paul debated economic policy with New York Times columnist Paul Krugman on Bloomberg Television, but the throwdown had no teeth.
Both Esquire and the New York Times published lengthy profiles of LBJ biographer Robert Caro, who has just finished his fourth LBJ tome, The Passage to Power. But who had the better piece?
The beloved Texas chain opens a location on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
The Planned Parenthood president (and daughter of former Governor Ann Richards) talks contraception, sonograms, preventive health care, and sex education with Jon Stewart.
The French chef who invented the foie gras burger may be introducing Frito pie to his homeland.
A former professor at NYU claims he lost his job after giving the actor a "D" for skipping nearly every class.
Police in New York City forcibly removed the flagship Occupy Wall Street protest early Tuesday morning. Nothing similar has happened here in Texas . . . yet.
A Cityslicker's Guide to the Pits.
Sending a Texan off into the world—and hoping he’ll return.
The New York Times columnist talks to Salon about her new book As Texas Goes... and gets reviewed by her own paper.
Naveen Selvadurai, co-founder of social networking site Foursquare, announced that he was leaving the company on his personal blog. But why?
Beyoncé was spotted breastfeeding Blue Ivy at a NYC restaurant last week, leading breastfeeding advocates to rejoice.
Our thanks to Don Cornelius for bringing us these Texas music moments.
Aaron Franklin, who was attending the Second Annual Eater Awards, was smoking briskets at New York City's barbecue joint Hill Country.
Bill Hader picks up the Perry mantle on "SNL," giving Weekend Update an exclusive interview about his "bizarre, animated" New Hampshire speech.
Lisa Fain on arguing with people about why Texas chili is superior to all others, serving chicken-fried steak to some New York friends, and starting to think that maybe her blog was more than a hobby.
Which Oscar-winner did Alvin Ailey act alongside in the play Call Me by My Rightful Name ?
Elisa Jimenez didn’t start out as a fashion designer. The 34-year-old El Paso native, who is the daughter of sculptor Luis Jimenez, set out for New York City in the early nineties to pursue her interest in sculpture and performance art. In 1995, she says, “I wore a dress I
A Texas playwright gets panned by Catholic conservatives.
Some words are worth a thousand pictures; such is the case with the image-rich writing of Colum McCann, whose first novel, Songdogs (Metropolitan Books, $22.50), has won praise from both The New Yorker and the New York Times. A native of Ireland, the 31-year-old credits Texas with jump-starting his career.
Empty office buildings . . . bankrupt developers . . . budget deficits. It’s Manhattan, 1975. Things sure have changed, and by learning from some Yankee real estate barons, maybe we can find a way out of our troubles.
They have done it all: saved New York City and Massachusetts, written economic classics, created new companies, and turned old ones around. Now, at our request, they’re fixing Texas.