The most popular comedian on Fifth Street is now a published author, just in time for Christmas. That’s right, the El Arroyo sign now has its own book. The Tex-Mex restaurant’s famous marquee sign, whose black letters tell a new joke to passing motorists each day, is featured in “El Arroyo’s Big Book of Signs Volume One.” There are 158 signs inside the hardback, which is also being sold online in 10- and 20-book gift sets.
If you answered yes to both of those questions, then Taco Cabana’s newest alcoholic beverage might be the treat you’re looking for as Christmas gets a little closer on the calendar. Starting Nov. 20, the fast food chain will add a horchata margarita to its menu. The drink will be available through the end of the year. According to Taco Cabana, the horchata margarita blends horchata, Lunazul Tequila and Triple Sec. It’s rimmed with cinnamon sugar. Ho ho ho, y’all.
Former Texas Longhorn and current San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Marquise Goodwin crossed the end zone for a touchdown Sunday, hours after he and his wife lost their baby. The baby was born premature and died early that morning after complications, KTVU reported. He posted the devastating news to his Instagram account, saying, “Unfortunately we lost our baby boy due to some complications, and had to prematurely deliver him early this morning around 4 am.
@picaresquity@statesman I respect the green bean casserole community! I'm willing to admit that maybe I've never had a good one. But thanks for reading, regardless. Hope your Thanksgiving is rad, too. 🦃
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Selecting a term
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