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John Mellencamp once said James McMurtry writes like "he's lived a lifetime." He said that when McMurtry was 27. With his new album, 'The Horses and the Hounds' the Fort Worth–bred troubadour's age has caught up to his sound. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
The fifteen-stop craft brewery tour makes for a weekend to remember, if one can remember it. texasmonthly.com/food/fort-wort…
With a top-six preseason ranking and a spot in the conference UT wants to join, Texas A&M is the state's dominant college football program. Prepare to hear all about it from the Aggies in your life. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
Smoked cauliflower is having a moment, but it's cabbage that has a long history as a Texas barbecue side. This recipe builds on that heritage with an oaky smoke flavor that makes for a worthy main course or the best side dish at the table. texasmonthly.com/bbq/recipe-smo…
Our diverse big cities and suburbs are driving the state forward. Our leaders need to let Houston be Houston and Beaumont be Beaumont, writes @iamstevenpedigo. texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…
In "Lone Star," Mathilde Walter Clark explores our "oft-mythologized landscapes" and customs in a manner reminiscent of Joan Didion. Plus: @TexasMonthly staffers recommend yummy Mexican pastries and an early collection of Sandra Cisneros poetry. texasmonthly.com/being-texan/tm…
School board meetings in Texas's most Republican large county have devolved into shouting matches about curriculum, leaving many teachers worried about the academic year ahead. texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…+
“…thinking of the ways I have avoided the very attachments that might root me. My eyes mist up at such a simple display of community” Beautifully said. Vulnerability is courageous. Nice work by @sarahhepola in @TexasMonthly twitter.com/sarahhepola/st…
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12 years ago today: my last day at @TexasMonthly. Still a great magazine and you should subscribe subscribe.texasmonthly.com/official-subsc…
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Forget Kevin Costner. The Houston native, who's signed on to his fourteenth sports movie, truly captures the complex glory of American sports. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…+
With an Elle Woods–inspired application video, Lindsay Perry bested the competition for a paid position living, learning, and drinking on a California winery. texasmonthly.com/being-texan/li…+
My newest @TexasMonthly: "Our diverse big cities and suburbs are driving the state forward. Our leaders need to let Houston be Houston and Beaumont be Beaumont." texasmonthly.com/news-politics/… #cities #census #policy #Texas
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Lizzo found her musical roots in Texas. It took leaving for her to become a star. From 2019: texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…+
Cauliflower and mushrooms are never going to replace brisket and pork in Texas barbecue, but we've come a long way from a time when smoked vegetables seemed strange at a barbecue joint. And that's a good thing. texasmonthly.com/bbq/vegetarian…
When UT asked out of the Big 12, it ended Texas's claim as *the* football state. This isn't the first time the university has tried to leave its conference, but what's different now is Texans' identity crisis. What happens when we lose our state religion? texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
In Rockport, a celebrated artist is planning to install sculptures depicting the first contact between European explorers and the Karankawa. Is it a representation of a key moment in the area's history, or a glorification of colonialism? texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…
In "Lone Star," Mathilde Walter Clark explores our "oft-mythologized landscapes" and customs in a manner reminiscent of Joan Didion. Plus: @TexasMonthly staffers recommend yummy Mexican pastries and an early collection of Sandra Cisneros poetry. texasmonthly.com/being-texan/tm…+
The best ideas for your next trip to San Antonio are right here: bit.ly/3liLRPA The San Antonio Visitor Guide is packed with adventure of every type: culinary, cultural, and outdoors! #adventure #travel #Texastodo
How well do you know Texas? Test your knowledge of the nooks and crannies of the Lone Star State by guessing which of these quirky town names are real. No Googling allowed! texasmonthly.com/being-texan/we…
Flower Garden Banks about a hundred miles southeast of Galveston contains some of the healthiest remaining coral reefs on the planet. Yet most Texans haven't heard of it. Inside the fight to save the reefs, featuring an unlikely group of allies: texasmonthly.com/travel/behind-…
At 17, Jordan Santana is one of Texas's best skateboarders, known for her audacious style, composure on the board, and spine-jolting tricks. A member of @USASkateboard, the high school junior has been traveling as a competitive skater since she was eleven. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
"In the past several years, 'the Fort' has established itself as a competitive beer city statewide, uncoupling from what was previously known as the Dallas–Fort Worth scene. Fort Worth beers keep winning awards." texasmonthly.com/food/fort-wort…
When a pitmaster is looking for a new vegetable to add to the menu, why not reach for the one that's cheaper and already on the order sheet? And does it have to be a side? Thickly sliced steaks of cabbage make for a fine vegetarian main course. texasmonthly.com/bbq/recipe-smo…+
"We're sending kids back to school in an environment with at least two highly transmissible viruses. It's a potential recipe for disaster." A highly unusual summer outbreak of RSV and an increase in COVID-19 cases among kids have overrun hospitals. texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…
Is this the Aggies' year? With a top-six preseason ranking and a spot in the conference UT wants to join, Texas A&M is the state's dominant college football program. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
“I swear he went from third trimester in utero to world-weary. He’s always had the acute sense of observation of a much older person.” With his new album, James McMurtry’s age has caught up to his sound. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
"Beyond its great barbecue, what brought all those new people to Texas are the same things that attracted me—economic opportunity, affordability, and diversity, not just of races, ethnicities, and cultures, but of whole ways of life." twitter.com/TexasMonthly/s…
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Our diverse big cities and suburbs are driving the state forward. Our leaders need to let Houston be Houston and Beaumont be Beaumont, writes @iamstevenpedigo. texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…
CHALLENGE: See if you can spot the familiar name in this piece on @JamesMcMurtry’s new album in @TexasMonthly texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain… by @scottbedgood
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In her new book, UT psychologist @kph3k makes the case that social scientists who want to address the roots of inequality must reckon with genetics. Why some critics call that dangerous: texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…
"To survive the pandemic, the beloved Longview restaurant had to evolve. As a waiter there, I did too." texasmonthly.com/food/dudleys-c…
8 of 11. Good enough that I don't have to resign, right? I swear a couple of those were trick questions. twitter.com/TexasMonthly/s…
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Ever wanted to know more about the @FGBNMS? It is one of the most special dive sites in the world. Please check out this beautiful piece by @juliberwald in @TexasMonthly! I talk a little about my work on #coral genetic connectivity work in the piece :) texasmonthly.com/travel/behind-…
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"The farming hardship saga 'Trouble in the Fields' did in three minutes what Hollywood attempted in three different movies, and when I listen today to 'There's a Light Beyond These Woods (Mary Margaret),' it's like catching up with two old friends." texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
She now runs her family business, but Joella Gammage Torres of Texas Hatters still enjoys the craft she learned as a teen. A photo essay on her process: texasmonthly.com/style/photos-t…
"For all of us, to know these songs—which are just as intrinsic to the experience of being Texan as attending a Willie Nelson show or dancing to Selena's "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom"—is to love them, and to feel them, through and through." texasmonthly.com/interactive/20…
Smoked cauliflower is having a moment, but it’s cabbage that has a long history as a Texas barbecue side. This recipe builds on that heritage with an oaky smoke flavor that makes for a worthy main course or the best side dish at the table. texasmonthly.com/bbq/recipe-smo…
As kids head back to school, Texas hospitals are straining from an unexpected surge in respiratory syncytial virus cases and "a higher rate than ever" of pediatric COVID cases. texasmonthly.com/news-politics/…
With a top-six preseason ranking and a spot in the conference UT wants to join, Texas A&M is the state's dominant college football program. Prepare to hear all about it from the Aggies in your life. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…+
The fifteen-stop craft brewery tour makes for a weekend to remember, if one can remember it. texasmonthly.com/food/fort-wort…+
wrote about the one and only @lizzo for @TexasMonthly’s essential rap package. If you don’t hear Houston in her music then you’re not listening 👏🏼texasmonthly.com/interactive/20…se
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Texas Hatters has topped the heads of Willie Nelson, Jerry Jeff Walker, and many more. In this short film, you'll get a deeper look at the story of and process behind every creation—hats that can be passed down for generations. Watch it now: txmnth.ly/2XDABnn
When UT asked out of the Big 12, it ended Texas's claim as *the* football state. This isn't the first time the university has tried to leave its conference, but what's different now is Texans' identity crisis. What happens when we lose our state religion? texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
REAL or FAKE: Texas is a multicultural state with its own locations, like Paris, Texas, that match their global counterparts. What about Constantinople? Is that a real Texas location? More quiz questions here: texasmonthly.com/being-texan/we…+
John Mellencamp once said James McMurtry writes like "he's lived a lifetime." He said that when McMurtry was 27. With his new album, 'The Horses and the Hounds' the Fort Worth–bred troubadour's age has caught up to his sound. texasmonthly.com/arts-entertain…
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