Readers respond to the February 2017 issue.
Readers respond to the March 2016 issue.
Readers respond to the February 2016 issue.
So Texans, it turns out, really like barbecue. Last month’s article on “The Top 25 New and Improved BBQ Joints in Texas” drew a lot of attention—and a fair amount of, ahem, heat. On Facebook the story quickly tallied more than one thousand likes, shares, and comments,
Readers respond to the September 2015 issue.
Readers respond to the August 2015 issue.
Readers respond to the March 2015 Issue.
Readers respond to the September 2014 issue.
The favorite places of thirteen notable Texans—captured with artfulness and affection in the August issue by photographer Jeff Wilson—struck a sentimental chord with most readers. Or at least twelve of them did. The thirteenth, from cyclist Lance Armstrong, drew a decidedly critical stream of feedback. Said one Dallas-based
Readers respond to the July 2014 issue.
Readers respond to the October issue.
Our September cover was a hit on Facebook, where it received hundreds of shares and likes—and generated a raging debate between those who thought the photo was adorable and those who felt that the children should have been more covered up. “First of all, can they put some clothes on them?”
Our July issue on drought and water in Texas was greeted with enthusiasm, though it was qualified by despair. “The package of articles is very informative,” wrote the San Angelo Standard-Times, “but for those of us who watched Texas dry up in the 1950s . . . those memories are
“Is there no end to TEXAS MONTHLY's fascination with Ted Nugent?”
“And with that I threw in a big dip of Copenhagen, cracked open a cold Lone Star, and knew I was home.”