We love to drink so much in Texas, we have our own national beer (Lone Star). Heck, our love of going out for a frothy beverage dates all the way back to 1866 when the first watering hole opened up down in the capitol city of Austin.
Renovations on San Jacinto Plaza are supposed to be completed in time to have a Christmas lights display in downtown El Paso this December, but if the City has it’s way, it won’t be city employees putting up those lights.
Dress codes and guest lists are usually reserved for parties and clubs, but for an upcoming manslaughter trial where the defendant is accused of killing three people while driving drunk, the judge in the case laid down the law to the families involved in the case.
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