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Breakfast of championsNothing gets me on my bike faster than the words "boudin stand." So when I heard a Lafayette transplant had opened a shop around Duncansville, I filled my water bottle and went -- after first charting a course that would allow me to dip a bit deeper into Dallas' culinary ... More >>
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Marlon St. Julien regains his winning form at Lone Star Park
A fight over public housing pits working-class East Dallas homeowners against their poorer neighbors in a battle tainted by claims of racism
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The Texas-Louisiana league claims it's about to resurrect the Fort Worth Cats
A Yankee photographer moves south and brings the bodies with him
Marlon St. Julien has beaten the odds at Lone Star Park. Now he's got the inside track to bigger things.
New Orleans band has many outlets, one goal
Cowboy Mouth's manic responsibility
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