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Ready Player One

Cult-classic novel by Texas author lands huge movie deal with Steven Spielberg

By Nicole Raney

Austin author Ernest "Ernie" Cline is living out every fanboy's ultimate dream. Not only did his breakout novel Ready Player One become a New York Times best seller, but that very sam ...

Go San Antonio

New York Times picks one Texas city as a travel hotspot for 2015 — and it ain't Austin

By Katie Friel

Once upon a time, not too long ago, the New York Times really enjoyed writing about Austin. (We mean really enjoyed it. Like, a lot.) So imagine our surprise when we perused a recent NYT travel ...

New Nelson Tunes

Listen in: Willie Nelson and sister collaborate on new CD of favorite songs

By Nicole Raney

In this time of giving thanks, let us be thankful to The New York Times for giving us an early listen to Willie Nelson's new record. Each week, the Times debuts an upcoming record bef ...

CultureMap Exclusive

After nearly two years behind bars, Menil graffiti tagger talks prison, parole and his Picasso attack

By Tyler Rudick

More than two years after spray-painting a Picasso at the Menil Collection, Uriel Landeros says he still receives the occasional piece of hate mail. But fresh from a 20-month stint in the Texa ...

Gettin' High with Willie

Willie Nelson confesses (almost) everything about his pot preferences

By Katie Friel

In June, Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd got high. Well, she actually got really, really high eating edibles in Denver and embarked on a terrible trip that she then chr ...

America's HIghest-paid CEO

America's highest-paid CEO is a Houstonian: Meet the $141.9 Million Man

By Elizabeth Rhodes

With Houston's booming economy, specifically in the oil and gas industry, it should come as no real surprise that America's highest paid CEO hails from the Bayou City. But his 2013 comp ...

Debate It

The hippest hotel in Texas? The New York Times falls hard for this surprise spot — and its Texas beer fridge

By Katie Friel

While hip spots like the Hotel San Jose and W Austin are often noted among the best places to stay in the Texas capital, the New York Times recently spent some time at East Austin's Heywood Hot ...

Inprint Reading Series

TV's OK, but best-selling writer Mohsin Hamid contends there's still nothing like a novel

By Tarra Gaines

Three weeks ago, the award-winning and best-selling novelist of The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Mohsin Hamid made a very embarrassing and perhaps even taboo confession in the New York Times on behalf ...

The fight continues

The impact of Pink: Komen honors Houstonians working to end breast cancer

By Marika Rafte

Pink was in the air at the Susan G. Komen Impact Awards Luncheon as several hundred guests, many dressed in the signature shade, gathered to honor a number of Houstonians who are working ...

Let Me Sum Up

Horrific explosion in West, Texas, is magnified by good — and bad — use of social media

By Eric Celeste

It’s astonishing how much there is to sum up this morning, and how awful the lead story is. If you live outside of Texas, you may not know how iconic the small town of West is. Everyone h ...

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