It sounds extreme, but so is our weather.
The 25-year-old “boys” have taken it upon themselves to score each jump off the diving board, Olympics-style. Austin poolgoers have embraced the challenge.
A New York man wants to know the best place to live in Texas, weather-wise, and an Austin man asks for some cold-treat recommendations.
Whether it’s creamy horchata or cooling cucumber, the various flavors of this sweet, refreshing drink act as potable air-conditioning.
Eloteros trawl the north end of the island in converted vans and buses slinging variations of elotes in this (sometimes) fruitless, fun job.
It’s the hottest summer in Texas history. Thanks to these expert tips, it doesn’t have to be the rash-iest.
With a blend of four types of peppers and sweet strawberries, this recipe is sure to become an instant classic.
Between the golden salmon and the garden bounty, we can’t decide which is the star of this summer-inspired main dish.
Blackberries, basil, and bulb onions make for a subtle and surprising combination of flavors in this summertime sipper.
Three ingredients and two easy steps make this ice cream recipe one you’ll want to try again and again.
Native ingredients and an artful arrangement make this easy side salad a total showstopper.
I like to think I am Texas Tough when it comes to the heat. But lately, my fortitude has been tested.
In his new book, ‘The Heat Will Kill You First,’ Austin-based journalist Jeff Goodell examines climate change in its most essential form: temperature rise.