It kills me that there are enthusiastic supporters of the two major presidential candidates. The candidates don’t even talk about
Here we are again. The effervescent DavidK at RefusetheJuice wants you to know that the latest El Paso City Government
The City of El Paso has promised to relocate residents living in the neighborhood in which the downtown arena will
Allegiant Airlines offers flights from El Paso to Las Vegas for $39. The Tampa Bay Times reports that Allegiant’s airplanes
[Ho ho! I don’t know how to read a calendar! There’s a meeting today, and one NEXT Saturday. Not tomorrow.
News flash: There’s more to life than the internet. Some people only use their computers to make phone calls, or
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times? It’s the next chapter, and maybe the culmination, of a
The Rubin Center, the art gallery on the UTEP campus, is hosting an event this Thursday (tomorrow) from 6 to
Holy moly. Yesterday was the first day of Week 4 for the Champions League, and today is the second. Today’s
Graphic designer Jud Burgess has been campaigning against the El Paso Independent School District $669 million bond proposal. [Disclosure: Mr.
Here’s a crash test between a Mexican Nissan Tsuru, the cheapest Nissan sold in Mexico, and a Nissan Versa, the
The El Paso Times reports that last week, Mayor Oscar Leeser hosted a familiarization tour for bond underwriters. El Paso
Here’s the Buster Keaton classic from 1926. This one has a soundtrack, but it’s a silent movie, so you can
Here’s a killer story from Chucopedia by Moncia Krause about the neighbors who live in the footprint and the shadow
You can thank me for this one later.
Local politics is like Texas Hold ’em. The players won’t show you all their cards, so you look at what’s
I remember when we had to bundle up for Trick or Treat. When sitting in the stands for high school
Man, that blogosphere is a scary place. Lemme show you. Since we’ve visited him last, Max Powers has been raising
by Hope Wright I’d like to tell you that I’ve puked in every bathroom in the Abdou Building. But that
Good news, El Paso. All that economic development we’ve been planning for is starting to pay off. According to this