Here’s a thriller that has almost everything we like: Mexico, occasional violence, and a little Vikki Carr. Did I mention
See, there were all these crabs in a bucket. And the rich crabs said, “Hey, let’s make a better bucket.
Lately I’ve been hearing that crab pot analogy a lot. Paul Foster mentioned it in his TEDx talk, and Jim
Maybe you read this in the El Paso Times: El Paso’s Hispanic, bilingual workforce was a major selling point for
City Government does what the rich folks want, and then tells the rest of us it’s good for us. It’s
I almost feel sorry for those nice people at the City. They try so hard. But even with the best
Okay, sports fans, here’s a gift for all of you who are encumbered by day jobs. Champions League is winnowing
To hear him tell it, he’s a victim. From the El Paso Times story about the money the City has
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times about the money the City has spent fighting to put
Here’s a neo-noir thriller starring Val Kilmer and Michael Madsen, with Val’s wife-at-the-time Joanne Whalley-Kilmer. Maybe they should have called
I can’t drink coffee after noon. Well, I can, but then I don’t sleep at night. I’ve got blood like
Here’s Paul Foster presenting his vision for El Paso at the recent TEDx El Paso event. When, do you suppose,
Or so they say. La Pila #2 is down there in La Chaveña, south of downtown, west of the tracks.
Here’s a show we can all get behind. The Cosmonauts play jangly, gloopy, alt-rock. Like this: I predict this is
Here’s a John Stossel story on a $2 million bathroom in New York City. Sound familiar? We got a one-acre
Good news, everyone. From KVIA: Transmountain partners is planning to build a massive new mall and entertainment complex expected to
Nothing else makes sense. The City is pursuing a plan formulated by the Paso del Norte Group, a bunch of
Here’s a killer low-budget 1958 film noir about a hitman. Check out the cars. Check out the proto-surf tunes. Check
Here’s a provoking video from those critical thinkers at Cracked.com that punctures some illusions. Check it out.
I think I’ve probably mentioned my theory that during the budget process, the City underestimated revenues and overstated costs to