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Tracking Down Roy Hindes

Oct 11, 2018 By TM Promotions

The man, the myth, the legend: Roy Hindes is known throughout Texas and the hunting community for his skill—and his dogs. Watch as Texas Monthly and Porsche take a trip to South Texas to meet the man behind the myth.

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We Will Not Be Tamed: Jordan Shipley

Oct 4, 2018 By TM Promotions

As a star wide receiver at the University of Texas, Jordan Shipley’s obsessive approach to the craft won him recognition as an All American athlete. After four years in the NFL, Shipley brings that focus to bow hunting, most recently on the Outdoor Channel show “Bucks of Tecomate,” where he follows some of the country’s best white-tailed deer hunters as they teach the secrets of their craft.

Nobody's Girl
Sound Check: Nobody’s Girl

Sep 27, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Nobody’s Girl was formed in 2017 out of three Austin solo acts, all of whom had individually won the "New Folk" award at the annual Kerrville Folk Festival. BettySoo, Grace Pettis, and Rebecca Loebe stopped by Texas Monthly's studio to perform their lead single “What’ll I Do” from the EP Waterline.

Small Town Smokers: Big Cat BBQ

Sep 27, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Big Cat BBQ sits just outside of Austin, in the Hill Country suburb of Cedar Park. It's named for its owner, James Jones, whose nickname is—you guessed it—“Big Cat.” In 2015, Jones opened Big Cat with an emphasis on traditional barbecue style, emphasizing slow cooking, classic meats, and staying far away from such monstrosities as garden salads, heavy helpings of cheese, and anything on an artisan-baked bun.

Eliza Gilkyson
Sound Check: Eliza Gilkyson

Sep 13, 2018 By Texas Monthly

In our latest Sound Check, two-time Grammy nominee Eliza Gilkyson stopped by Texas Monthly's studio to perform "Seculare," a haunting thank-you letter to life and all of its complexities.

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Little Known Fact: Frito Feet

Aug 29, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Is it a pleasant smell, or is it just creepy? In this episode of "Little Known Fact," David Courtney finds a link between bacteria on a dog's paws and everyone's favorite corn chip.

Mike and the Moonpies
Sound Check: Mike and the Moonpies

Aug 16, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Before heading out on their first European tour, the honkytonk-inspired barroom country band stopped by Texas Monthly to play "Steak Night at the Prairie Rose," a heartfelt ode to lead singer Mike Harmeier's father. The song is the title track for the band's critically acclaimed third album.