It’s Liz Lambert’s world; the rest of us are just hoping for an invite to her next pool party.
Our August issue hits newsstands today! Check this glorious shot of entrepreneur Liz Lambert’s favorite place in Texas, the stone tank on her family’s ranch in West Texas. Show us your favorite place by tagging #myfavetexas and we’ll repost some of our favorites. Photo by Jeff Wilson. (at Texas Monthly Magazine)
"Movies, if they’re very good, aren’t a conversation; they’re an exaltation, a shuddering of one’s being, something deeply personal yet awesomely vast. That’s what criticism exists to capture. And it’s exactly what’s hard to talk about, what’s embarrassingly rhapsodic, what runs the risk of seeming odd, pretentious, or gaseous at a time of exacting intellectual discourse."
These are my bees, says the Lord
I will make them to rise up
Out of the darkness, and into the morning sun
They will, unerringly,
Find every flower and the goodness I have put in it,
The tastes and colors of the soul,
Gather that sweetness,
And bring it home.
–Lee van Laer, Parabola's Poetry Editor
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Western wear shop in San Antonio, TX that no longer exists.
When I dream of flying over Austin, I see Franklin barbque. I smell the delicious smells of barbque. I feel good. [Nathan. Mixed media, 2013]