DeMarcus Cousins can’t jump. Man stuck in chimney. Texas Monthly goes “lifestyle”
The new editor in chief of Texas Monthly plans to pull back from the kind of longform and political coverage that gave the title a national profile to focus instead on lifestyle coverage, website enhancements, and a live-events business. Tim Taliaferro, who took over after the sale of the magazine to Genesis Park LP, tells […]
One Japanese, two Italian Texas Monthly unleashed its annual ten best new restaurants of the state, and Austin is represented with three spots: the splurge-worthy omakase of Otoko (#2) and two of the city’s newer Italian destinations, L’Oca d’Oro (#9) and Red Ash (#10). Show More Summary
In an interview with Texas Monthly, former CBS News anchor Dan Rather said that he wasn’t surprised that Donald Trump won the election because the media and the Clinton campaign were tone “tone deaf” when it came to gauging Trump’s appeal to voters: “I said right from the beginning, when Trump got in the race, […]
The latest nine restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Texas Monthly’s assistant editor Abby Johnston attempted to go on a vegan taco diet with The Taco Cleanse as her guide book for a month. There was one queso lapse, fromShow More Summary
Rick Perry has been tabbed to be next head of DOE.Source: Texas Monthly The environmental attack on Rick Perry as Donald Trump's pick for U.S. Secretary of Energy seems baseless in many ways. Just like Trump, Perry is a guy that has pushed an "all-of-the-above" energy strategy, regardless of what many [...]
Apparently, it’s not one of Texas’ best Every year, Texas Monthly releases a ranking of the best burgers in Texas. It’s a pretty straightforward, non-controversial selection of burgers, but one writer at the Houston Press is taking major...Show More Summary
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It’ll have a new name Stiles Switch BBQ and Brew, the indoor barbecue restaurant in Brentwood, is expanding with a second location out in Dripping Springs, as reported by Texas Monthly. Owner Shane Stiles told barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn that the menu will be different than the one at his original location. Show More Summary
Founded in 1973, the magazine has been owned since 1998 by Emmis Communications.
"Why? Because New York has The New Yorker, Toronto has Toronto Life and Texas has Texas Monthly.”
Emmis Communications believes it has found a buyer for Texas Monthly, and is moving forward with the sale of four other regional titles, The New York Post reports. The report quotes Jeff Smulyan, CEO of the radio station operator, saying...
M-Train BBQ is smoking up Former John Mueller protege Mikey Perez and his new trailer M-Train BBQ took over the lot at 2500 East 6th Street, former home of John Mueller Meat Co., reported Daniel Vaughn at Texas Monthly. John Mueller's...Show More Summary
Erica Grieder at Texas Monthly notes the obvious about Ted Cruz: that he “wants, above all, to be president.” To that end, Cruz has married tactics and strategy in an interesting way. He bet that building a political persona as a conservative...Show More Summary
The 81-year-old pitmaster still fires up fabled barbecue Pitmaster Norma Frances "Tootsie" Tomanetz of Snow's BBQ had loyal local fans long before Texas Monthly thrust the Lexington-based barbecue joint from relative obscurity into the national barbecue arena back in 2008. Show More Summary
By Anne Dachel The only good thing about Texas Monthly is that it's NOT Texas Weekly or Texas Daily. Other than that, it's a rag. Leif Reigstad must have been given his assignment like this: "We need a piece discrediting...
n" style="transform: translate3d(0px, 0px, 0px);">Kenneth Starr said on Friday he is leaving his law professor post at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, months after being removed as president at the large Christian university for not...Show More Summary
Kenneth Starr said on Friday he is leaving his law professor post at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, months after being removed as president at the large Christian university for not taking sufficient action against sexual assaults. “Judge Ken Starr will be leaving his faculty status and...
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Fulltext is a long read, but you can browse through the article at Texas Monthly to see what it's like to live (or vacation) in the path of flash flooding.The river registered around five feet at nine p.m. But as the measurements arrived by satellite every 15 minutes, Lenz watched in shock as the river crested to heights he had never seen. Show More Summary