God bless everyone for caring, but the Placita is between the Tap and the Electric Company building. That thing off
Hey, it’s the weekend. Reading is hard work, so here’s a video about wealth distribution in America. How do you
Sometimes, when I read the El Paso Times, I wonder if they think we’re all stupid of if they’re just
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times? The city is seeking proposals for an urban mixed-use, high-rise
What will El Paso look like in ten years? Who knows? But you can bet that it will look different.
Update, 9:23, 23 Oct 2015: I went by the Franklin Apartments today and it looked like they’ve done some dirt
At Tuesdays City Council meeting, you will recall, our elected officials decided, in Executive Session, to give the City Manager
More good news from the fine folks down at City Hall. Our elected officials have abdicated their responsibility to be
The sociopaths running the city have decided that we’re getting a downtown arena, whether we need it or not. They
Doors at 7:00, show at 8:00. See you there.
According to this blog on the website PsychCentral.com, here are six defining characteristics of sociopaths: Six Signs of a Sociopath
Bike share! What a great idea! I love to ride my bike. And now there’s rental bikes, all over the
Noted El Chuqueño commenter and international man of mystery Rex Kramer had this to say about the City’s current downtown
Been downtown lately? There are lots of things happening downtown. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of people. Maybe the people
This morning I posted a piece about Sense of Place. Now I’m going to tell you about something similar: Ambience.
Here’s a nugget from Urbanland, the magazine of the Urban Land Institute, written by Edward T. McMahon: In 2010, the
Demolition in our urban core not only destroys historic buildings, it destroys any chance of revitalizing downtown. What’s going to
If you only read the local newspapers, and maybe watch the City Council meetings on the internet, you might not
What I’m about to suggest is heresy. What if downtown El Paso will never be a high-end destination? That’s the
I lifted this from the El Paso County Historical Society’s Facebook page. I’m reprinting it without their permission. I don’t