When I started writing for Texas Monthly in 1973, I didn’t expect it to last very long. But it’s still here, five decades later.
The late sculptor Robert Bruno's unfinished home—a Lubbock-area landmark—is becoming a vacation rental. His friends are distressed.
The days when Mexican food in Texas was all about crispy tacos and yellow cheese are long behind us, thanks to innovative chefs and cultural shifts.
Eighteen months after notifying USA Gymnastics and its investigative arm of the coach’s alleged abuse, the women are still waiting for a resolution.
Ye praised Nazis on Infowars, while making the host squirm—but not for the reasons you might think.
They know what you did this summer.
Meatheads from around the country fly in to the 30,000-square-foot gym near Houston where you’re no one if you’re not flexing, vlogging, or networking.
The Texas gambler has been winning at poker for seventy years—long enough to become an icon and watch an outlaw’s game become an industry.
They’re global icons who have left a lasting imprint on American culture. But do recent controversies threaten the squad’s future?
I’ve lived in Uvalde for thirteen years. Our community is more complex and nuanced than media portrayals suggest.
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