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How I Get Back on Track in January

Brighton the Day 1/17 8:18A megan hopkins
I can t believe we re already halfway through January, y all. It feels like we *just* kicked off the New Year! This time of year, it can be a struggle to get back on track after a couple of months of all things holiday. Between the cold weather...

Dining Guide: Highlights From Our February 2022 Issue

Texas Monthly 1/17 5:00A Texas Monthly
Texas Monthly adds and updates approximately sixty restaurant listings to our Dining Guide each month. There s limited space in the print issue, but the entire searchable guide to the best of Texas...

The Secrets of Bonfire Shelter

Texas Monthly 1/17 4:00A Pam LeBlanc
On a warm November afternoon, archaeologist David Kilby walks along a remote, cactus-studded ridgeline in West Texas, near the border of Val Verde County, and imagines a scene that unfolded there...

How to Style a Black Coat

Tanya Foster 1/16 9:00A Tanya Foster
Happy Monday and Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Do you have the day off or are you still working? I am currently on a family adventure. Can you guess where we are? Be sure and follow me on...

Behind Bertoia’s Textured Screen

Booked Solid - Dallas Public Library 1/15 4:33A Brandon Murray
If, right before you step through the doors of the Central Library, you stop and look up, you’ll be looking at one of Dallas Public Library’s more controversial pieces of modern art. “Textured Screen”, as [ ]

Very Well, I Shall Coach the Houston Texans

Texas Monthly 1/14 4:49A Dan Solomon
No organization in professional sports has been more baffling or dysfunctional over the past two years than the NFL s Houston Texans. After spending most of the 2010s as a perennial playoff contender,...

Wood Is Hard to Find, and Pitmasters Are Scrambling

Texas Monthly 1/14 4:00A Daniel Vaughn
Like many of his fellow Texas pitmasters, Daniel Brown was fed up with the suppliers who were supposed to deliver the wood for his smoker. Sometimes we d get wood and sometimes they wouldn t answer...

The Man in the Eyeball Mask

Texas Monthly 1/14 3:00A Andy Beta
As far as band photos go, there are few as iconic and surreal. Standing in front of the Golden Gate Bridge, the four members of the Residents look resplendent in their white-tie formal attire, their...

The Walkable Wonders of Houston’s Montrose Neighborhood

Texas Monthly 1/14 2:00A Jessica Dupuy
Just west of downtown Houston s towering high-rises, the Montrose district is an art and architecture lover s dream. Bound by Highway 59 to the south, Allen Parkway to the north, Bagby Street to the...

Weekly Round-Up

Brighton the Day 1/13 10:00P alyssa McDaniel
Hi Friends! After a few weeks off, I am happy to announce that our weekly round-ups are back! I used the first few weeks of January to reflect on 2021 and plan for 2022. I am so excited for this year and can t wait to share all that we have...

How to Celebrate Black History Month During a Pandemic

Dallas Now Blog 1/13 6:00P
The month of February is traditionally reserved to celebrate the achievements of African Americans in our society. In Dallas, it is a time to reflect on the history, culture, and creativity of black heritage and how it has helped shape our...
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