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kbouaphanh@star-telegram.com

The recently opened Mexican restaurant does everything well, from pancakes and migas in the morning to its show-stopping molcajete at dinner. Read story

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PR Newswire

The Lincoln Square venue represents the first of the new promised retail and entertainment developments near AT&T Stadium Read story

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DFW.com

Some tacos will run you less than a buck apiece. Some are more than $5 a pop. We check out some chains, taquerias and trendy spots to see where you get the best bang for your bucks. Read story

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Universal

The director known for his surprising twist endings doesn’t skimp on the thrills in his latest film. Read story

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Sharon Corcoran

Brian Estridge, Jay’s morning co-host, paid tribute Wednesday morning to Harbuck, a former TCU football player who was killed in a one-car accident Tuesday night in Erath County. Read story

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