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Who wouldn’t want to drink a Murder on the Orient Espresso martini?
Much of the joy of a used bookstore like Recycled Books, in Denton, is in discovering the messages scribbled in a paperback’s margins.
‘The Madstone,’ a sequel to 2018’s ‘The Which Way Tree,’ is a compelling read on its own terms.
An original broadsheet announcing the fall of the Alamo, the first book published in Texas, and other stuff that Phil Collins will probably buy.
The country music artist has earned four Grammy nominations, performed at the Super Bowl, and toured with Shania Twain. But is she “Nashville” yet?
Noah Faulkner’s popular twangy covers countrify songs by Duran Duran, Joy Division, U2, and more.
Two years after her death, reissued records and a tribute album remind us to revisit Nanci’s remarkable voice, which could only ever have been from Texas.
With Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield singing harmonies, to boot.
The $77 million the university will pay Jimbo Fisher to not coach football could fund 1,666 full-tuition scholarships—or buy 17 billion Goldfish crackers.
The Longhorn Network will go off the air next July. But the University of Texas’s pursuit of its own channel changed college sports forever.
How the North Texas commuter school, which competes in Division III sports, built one of the top e-sports programs in the country.
Few programs can recruit or raise money as well as the Aggies. This week, A&M hired Elko to coach the team to its championship potential.
San Antonio photographer Al Rendón brings fifty years of rock and street photography to the Witte Museum.
Watercolorist Sara Drescher starts her creative process at thrift shops and animates her still lifes with feminist themes.
The Art Car Museum’s reopened retrospective spotlights the deeply personal collages made by one half of Texas’s legendary art power couple.
The Von Erichs get the Hollywood treatment, Tomball raises its stein, Beyoncé resurrects the Renaissance tour, and a Houston artist is golden.
Now on PBS, the documentary explores the violence that white settlers wrought upon the West.
Tobe Hooper’s ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’ satirizes yuppie greed by painting the entire state with a broad and bloody brush.
Andy Cohen, please heed this modest proposal.
Taylor Sheridan’s bingeable ‘Lawmen: Bass Reeves’ takes one of Texas’s most deserving legends and imbues it with a pulpy sensibility.
From starters to desserts, we’ve got the Texas take on traditional Thanksgiving recipes that’re sure to leave your family and guests full and grateful.
From Indigenous tribes to Mexicans to Civil War soldiers, many people have used the native nut to add sweetness and creaminess to their daily rituals.
The many iterations of the roll recipe reflect my fraught relationship with my father. Here’s why I’m still sharing it with my own kids.
Our taco editor considered El Charlatan to be one of the best restaurants in the state, which makes its recent closure all the more devastating.