I’ve got a dumpster on the sidewalk in front of my house. [Across the street.] The dumpster is for the
A civilian representative of the United States Army threatened to close Fort Bliss if the $100+ million swindle that will
Here’s a screen grab I just took of the El Paso Times Opinion page. It looks like El Paso’s English
Isn’t the middle of November late for mosquitos? I squashed this one yesterday.
Today is an inflection point in the evolution of El Paso. Today, voters in the state either will or won’t
City Council has turned public policy into a war against poor people. Which is weird, because El Paso is poor.
Oh, the irony. Here’s a great interview from the September 8, 2009, issue of the El Paso Inc. with an
Maybe you’ll think you’re in Barcelona. After all, most of the rock is en español. Or maybe Mexico City. Or
Did you read that the prime contractor at the Camino Real Hotel project has left the job? Here’s the story
Remember when our good friends on the Board of the El Paso Independent School District were selling us that $668
“There are three kinds of lies,” Mark Twain allegedly said. “Lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Economic analysis is a particular
Brutus from over there at ElPasoSpeak.com advises his readers that City Council is proposing a new ordinance restricting parking along
Here’s a classic cheesy gangster movie from 1996. With Dennis Hopper, Michael Madsen, and Keifer Sutherland. Check it out.
Downtown is covered by Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #5. You remember those TIRZs. Here’s what the Texas Comptroller says about
“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” And that’s pretty much the only reason to watch this 1961 rockabilly film noir. With some
Hey, District 6 Representative Claudia Ordaz Perez says that some faction is trying to “cause dysfunction in City Government.” Well,
Here’s a 1945 classic, starring Ingrid Berman and Gregory Peck. Hitchcock’s cameo comes about 43 minutes in. He emerges from
Here’s a great movie with a great pedigree. Humphrey Bogart. Jennifer Jones. Gina Lollobrigida. Peter Lorre. Robert Morley. Directed by
Tonight, Friday the 21st, in Juarez there’s another life-and-death barbaric spectacle taking place. Actually, several, probably. But I’m talking about
This from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department: After nearly six decades in operation, including many years as the only