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Introducing the new owners of Texas Monthly.
For forty years, Paul Burka has been a part of Texas Monthly. His retirement officially begins today, on Texas Independence Day. His legacy will live on in Texas Monthly’s list of the best and worst legislators, and his celebrated career has made an impact on Texas politics. But what few know…
Andrea Valdez and the making of our digital identity.
Katharyn Rodemann, Barça, and the making of a great issue.
Brian D. Sweany on taking the reins at Texas Monthly—and always carrying a pen.
Congratulations, Texas Monthly, you're the Bum Steer of the Month.
A collection of some of our favorite photos from yesterday’s Texas Monthly Barbecue Festival: [View the story “TMBBQ Fest 2013” on Storify]…
A Czech potato chip manufacturer has created a flavor of specifically grilled meats in their Bohemia line. Their plan is to export it to the US, and they want to begin in Texas. From their press release – “Where else should we test the new flavor…
To create the lettering for our June barbecue issue, creative director TJ Tucker spent six long hours playing with barbecue sauce. Aaron Franklin graciously provided the sauce, and to achieve the right look, we thickened it with agar, an edible hydrocolloid that is used much like flour or cornstarch.