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Time for GOP to deal with Gohmert
There are a lot of offensive ways to observe 9/11. A yoga studio near DC offered a 20 percent off sale ("9 + 11 = 20 PERCENT OFF!"), and a sex toy company soberly tweeted remembrance of "those lost, &...
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The Farmington Daily Times
The Victoria Advocate
George W. Bush
Cafe Herrera on Square closes
Cafe Herrera, a Tex-Mex restaurant on the Square, closed abruptly Friday after its rent went unpaid. A letter dated Friday has been posted in the window, notifying owner Gil Bonifaz that the locks...
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Neighborhoods for foodies
SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio has always been a food town. The last few years, however, an avalanche of new restaurants has landed on the scene, shaking it from its Tex-Mex norm while lifting it toward...
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Same As It Ever Was - The strongest force in my l...
The strongest force in my life is inertia. A body in motion tends to stay in motion. A body at rest tends to stay at rest. Whatever I'm doing, that's what I'm likely to keep doing. If it's the car...
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NewsOff the Hill Challenge connects students with localsBy Kirsty Warren ’18 September 11, 2014 On Saturday, September 6, Hamilton students braved wind and scattered showers to embark on the Off the...
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WaterWeed LLC trying to evict Tumbleweed from Wat...
The Louisville-based restaurant chain released a statement saying it had been notified that its landlord, WaterWeed LLC, which subleases the property at 1201 River Road, was attempting to evict the...
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Waterfront Development Corp.
Big Four Bridge
El Paso: A city unfairly hurt by misconceptions
There are a lot of misconceptions about El Paso, Texas. This summer there were plenty of news reports about refugees from Central America overwhelming Texas border towns. President Obama even met with...
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El Paso Zoo
No Country For Old Men
The definitive guide to Portland's best green chi...
Green chile is having a moment. The signature condiment of New Mexican cuisine is suddenly everywhere. Until a few years ago, the fragrant peppers, the smell of which fills grocery store parking lots...
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Salt Lake City’s Tres Hombres Mexican Cantina cel...
When Mike Gibson left California for Utah in the ’70s, he thought he’d only stay a few years. He’d work at his new restaurant job, ski on his days off and then, when he was tired of the Beehive state,...
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