#Foodie Friday | STIRRing It Up In Dallas

by Lauren Crow on November 17, 2017

The first thing you notice when you walk into STIRR is the staircase with “Live Simply, Dream Big, Be Grateful, Give Love, Laugh Lots”. After that you’ll take in the exposed brick walls and industrial,...

8th Annual Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival | November 24-26, Galveston

by Bebe Brown on November 15, 2017

After Hurricane Harvey forced a reschedule, the 8th annual BrewMasters Craft Beer Festival finally happens November 24-26. Set in Galveston’s tropical Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center, with special events at various venues around the...

Weekender | Bites + Beverages to Beat the Brrr…

by Bebe Brown on November 10, 2017

With temperatures falling, you’ll find plenty to warm and cheer you in this array of fall-inspired bites and beverages from some of the hottest spots in Dallas. [caption id="attachment_18423" align="alignright" width="300"] Beer Cheese Soup from...

Holiday Gift Guide | Shopping For Him

by The Elves at Texas Lifestyle Magazine on November 16, 2017

They say guys are difficult to shop for, but we think not. Check out our list---we've checked it twice---of must-have gifts to inspire and delight the men in your life. Happy Gifting!   [slideshow_deploy id='18488']

A Trio of Texas Recipes to Transform Your Thanksgiving Dinner

by Margaret Richards on November 13, 2017

Looking for new recipe ideas for Thanksgiving? Then stop right here. Executive Chef Jack Gilmore, of Jack Allen’s Kitchen, has created a Thanksgiving spread to tempt us all. Texas Pecan Cranberry Chutney (pictured above, bottom left)...

They’re Here! Neiman Marcus 2017 Fantasy Gifts

by Cheryl Ng Collett / IttyBittyFoodies on November 9, 2017

The 2017 Christmas Book and legendary Fantasy Gifts were recently unveiled by Dallas luxury omni-channel retailer Neiman Marcus. The 91st edition of this renowned book continues Neiman Marcus’ unmatched tradition of offering a selection of...

#Travel Tuesday | Road Trip with Chevrolet Through the West Texas Desert

by Natalie K. Gould on November 7, 2017

Twenty four hours, 400 miles, too much to see. Driving to Marfa is a bit like a movie. The Texas high desert, still and flat, waits quietly for your arrival. Then, like a bullet, you...

Stand Up, Sit Down – Who Cares? Wilco’s Just Fine Either Way

by Amy Lemen on October 30, 2017

By the time Wilco got to song number eight in what would end up being a 30-song performance at Bass Concert Hall early October, it was difficult not to stand up and raise hell. It...

The Travel Issue is Here!

by Texas Lifestyle Magazine on October 13, 2017

TLM's savvy fun-loving travel team has hit the road around Texas and beyond for our special travel Fall/Holiday issue. Get the scoop on Ireland, Grand Cayman; Stowe, Vermont; Kauai; Telluride, Colorado and more---plus, of course,...

6 Things to Love About Driving EV in Texas

by Margaret Richards + Kim Hudson on November 15, 2017

As thoughts turn to heading over the river and through the wood for the holiday, many Texans will be hitting the road. For most, that means the inevitable trip to the gas station. But, what...

#TravelTuesday | History, Hot Springs and Hiking in Truth or Consequences

by Chantel Baul on November 14, 2017

In New Mexico, Truth or Consequences' striking mountainous backdrop makes it a great option for a quick day trip as you traverse the Southwest. In 1950, the now-defunct TV game show Truth or Consequences was...

Five Minutes With William Petz | Quiet Events Founder

by Julie Tereshchuk on November 14, 2017

We loved Quiet Events at ACL, and wanted to meet the founder of this silent disco company, which is headquartered in New York. Turns out, William ‘Will’ Petz (pictured above) is a computer science graduate who...

The Hand You’re “Dealt”

by Hunter Lanier on November 13, 2017

Winner, SXSW Audience Award for Documentary Feature • ‘Dealt’ is available on demand + plays select Texas cities in November • TLM Rating 3/4 When setting out to make a documentary, it helps to have...

#FoodieFriday | ‘Cue Fest Roundup

by Natalie K. Gould on November 10, 2017

How many slices of brisket can one person eat?  The crucial mistake for anyone attending the annual Texas Monthly BBQ Fest is not having a plan. I don’t mean a plan for which spot you’re...