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Operation: Just Jalapeño— Wendy's new jalapeño chicken sandwich
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief The War on Poultry rages onwards as new competitors enter the scene. After a preemptive strike by the reigning chicken sandwich king, Chick-fil-A, major fast food companies from around the country began readying (More)
Best custom drinks at Starbucks according to TikTok
by: Monica Smith | staff writer If Starbucks is famous for one thing, it's their abundance of drinks that range from different flavored frappuccinos, teas, coffees, and so much more. Before TikTok, most people ordered the same generic drink and di (More)
Family owned restaurants offer more than Mexican food
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"Hole" some donuts in Texas
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What's new at Starbucks?
by Alexis McCutchan| Editor-in-Chief Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappucc (More)
Weird things to see and do at the rodeo
by Eric Martinez | staff writer The rodeo is a Texas tradition that happens every year, starting in 1888 and has carried on for 130 years. During that time a lot of weird activities and tradition have sprung up, from fried food to pig racing, yes (More)
Pinks Popcorn brings unique popcorn to San Antonio
by David Kent | staff writer With a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, Pinks Popcorn is a popcorn place that offers over two-hundred unique flavors of popcorn. Located at More)
Churros reimagined
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer With a homelike atmosphere the fresh scenery of Churroholic sets it apart from all other churro shops. Churroholic has a location in downtown San Antonio. It is currently the only store open in Texas, but the trip is w (More)
Saving Money has Never Been Easier
Lauryn Hughes | staff writer Have you ever been driving, minding your own business and you look over at a red light and see a fellow driver snap chatting and (More)
San Antonio's hidden international grocery stores
Lauren Loveless | staff writer San Antonio is known for its' diversity and various cultures, and with that comes many different regional stores hidden in the corners of the city. From Japanese to European, you can basically find any type of global (More)
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