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The Scoop Sundaes
Bite And Brew

Foodie Weekend in the Valley

Posted  August 12, 2018  by  Nydia O

The dog days of Summer are slow and sometimes unbearable. A splash in the swimming pool is undesirably lukewarm. But we make the best of it because we like the slower pace. During a weekend in July of 2018, we decided to revisit those interesting foodie spots we like. On Friday, my husband drove us […]

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De la izquierda; Pedro, Christian y Jordi
La Vida Valle

Desayunando con Música del Mariachi Real del Valle

Posted  July 18, 2018  by  Nydia O

La Vida Valle está llena de color y sabor. Disfrutar de una comida “Tex-Mex” acompañada de música en vivo no es nada inusual. Esta mañana, mi esposo y yo visitamos el restaurante “El Rancho” en la ciudad de Harlingen, Texas y tuvimos la fortuna de escuchar a tres integrantes del Mariachi Real del Valle. Christian, […]

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Hammerhead Shark
La Vida Valle

De Pesca en el Valle de Texas

Posted  July 17, 2018  by  Nydia O

English version below. WRADIO MÉXICO 17/07/2018 – 14:15 CDT El pasado fin de semana en la Isla del Padre, en Estados Unidos, fue caputado un tiburón martillo de unos 4.3 metros de largo. De acuerdo con el portal ABC1 Ksat, Poco Cedillo fue el pescador quien menciono su intentó rescatarlo y ponerlo en las profundidades del mar, desafortunadamente el tiburón falleció y […]

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Gonzalez elders
Lifestyles

Immigrants: A Gonzalez Legacy by Frank Gonzalez Sr.

Posted  July 12, 2018  by  La Vida Valle

The year 2018 and very difficult times for immigrant families trying to flee from war-torn and violent environments in order to protect their families from certain harm and even death. It is difficult to understand why there still exist so much opposition and hatred and lack of understanding and compassion for their plight. “One family […]

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El Santuario Snacks
Bite And Brew

El Santuario Tacos & Cocktails

Posted  July 10, 2018  by  Nydia O

My family and I had dinner at El Santuario last night. It is a different taco experience. The place is housed in what many moons ago used to be the Brownsville KOA. It has a high pitched roof sort of like the one the Whataburgers of yesteryear had. Even with the white and orange bars. […]

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