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Move Over, America; the Mexican Flag Is on its Way to the Moon... No, Really

If a group of Mexican scientists have their way, we will be seeing the Mexican flag on the surface of the Moon very, very soon. 106 more words

Latin America

Tired of 'Regular Thanksgiving?' Make it a Latino Thanksgiving

Let’s be honest: Just as any other holiday, Thanksgiving has become mostly another good reason to eat and drink in excess (at least in my case.) 291 more words

Food

Taco Bell's Thanksgiving Menu is so Ludicrous, it's Actually Funny

Taco Bell’s Friendsgiving menu is so ridiculous, it’s actually funny. Among my faves: The turkeritos; the pumpkin spice caramel apple empanadas; the chocolate churros with chile ancho and –of course– the butternut squash chalupa bites. 39 more words

Marketing & Advertising

Now open: One Taco on Anderson Lane

Longtime taco truck One Taco has opened its second brick-and-mortar. The location at 2900 W. Anderson Lane is in the space previously occupied by Mighty Bird. 20 more words

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Dear Americans: Please Take Note, and Hold Down the Fort While I Go on Vacation, Will Ya?

Dear Readers:

I know Twitter, Facebook, Instagram et al have been stealing time and energy from this blogger and I have not been able to keep my promise of posting something here everyday as I used to in the dial-up AOL.com, pre-Zuckerberg era. 167 more words

Food

Veracruz All Natural opens first Austin brick-and-mortar restaurant off Burnet Road

The best migas taco in Austin (and a lot more) finally has a restaurant to call its own. Veracruz All Natural, which sells Mexican food from trucks on East Cesar Chavez Street and Manchaca Road (Radio Coffee & Bar), opened softly this week… 307 more words

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Papalote Taco House now open on South Congress Avenue

Update: Papalote on South Congress Avenue is now open.

Papalote Taco House is slated to open later today at 3632 S. Congress Ave. It will be the third taqueria of that name opened by brothers Sergio and Erica Varela, natives of Tejupilco, Mexico, who got their start in the service industry in Austin working as bussers at places like Granite Cafe and Mezaluna.  167 more words

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