Lately El Paso has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. But here’s something nice. Here’s a story
I found the models for Cimi’s Segundo Barrio mural. I bet they don’t even know that they’re famous.
Austin Savage is kind of a genius. His latest production is a collection of short plays adapted by local writers
Photographs by Richard Baron / Stories by John Mulhouse From 2011 to 2013, Richard Baron traveled throughout New Mexico photographing
Tuesday City Council voted to give up to $30,000 to local filmmakers for projects produced in El Paso. Of course,
This from KVIA: The El Paso City Council voted to create a local Filmmaker Program. The city will award $30,000
Here’s a trippy, tender, messed up, Keanu flick. It was originally released as Exposed to much less than stellar reviews,
El Paso’s nascent film scene is happening right under our noses. Here’s an award-winning short from Los Angeles filmmaker Evan
Seminal punk rock drummer and El Paso native Charlie Quintana passed away last week in Cancun, Mexico. From the Los
From Thomas Wolfe’s novel about the time preceding the stock market crash of 1929: “But he spoke at length about
Here’s a video from Vice.com and Nike, celebrating Chicano culture and the Cortez. The contributions of Los Angeles’s Chicanos to
My wife told me to post this story. I don’t know why. “What bothers me the most about having any
Here’s the speech Tyrion Lannister gave to Bennington College’s Class of 2012. Check it out.
Here’s a music video with sparse oblique references to our fair city. I’ve got Tony Lama, Asarco, and freeway signs.
I saw it happening but I didn’t know what it was. From Fort Worth Weekly: A New York guy killed
I’m thinking about marketing myself as a lifestyle brand. You know. Like Gwyneth Paltrow. From the New York Post: Gwyneth
Gabriel Solis writes about how At the Drive In changed his life. At Vice.com: “No guey, you don’t get it!”
Valentin Sandoval is a videographer and the author of South Sun Rising, a critically acclaimed bilingual prose poem about his
Pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph brings his funk and soul and burn-the-house-down rock and roll to Tricky Falls tomorrow night.
Do you want to know the unknowable? You can’t. But here’s someone trying to scratch the surface. In four parts.