Bravos (the futbol team from Juarez) got a game today. Versus the Dorados of Sinaloa. 5 p.m. at the Benito
Maybe not completely. There’s probably still anchovies in their Worcestershire sauce, but if you ask real nice maybe they’ll strain
Have you been to Juarez lately? Don’t lie to me. You have not. If you’ve crossed the border at all,
Wood and Wire is an extremely talented and very nice bluegrass band from Austin, Texas. From their bio: It’s been
It’s just not what it used to be. From CNN: Before 2001, Budweiser was the top-selling U.S. beer, but it
Despite Mexico’s reputation as a culinary destination, downtown Juarez lacks an abundance of great street food. Mostly the street food
[This post originally appeared on 22 December 2015, but it’s still got legs.] Somehow the holidays always sneak up on
The lucha libre season at Arena Kalaka is closing out this Sunday. Arena Kalaka is over there on Melchor Ocampo,
Okay, sports fans, here’s a gift for all of you who are encumbered by day jobs. Champions League is winnowing
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
Yup. Lookie here: I won that at the second occasional casserole contest over there in Steglich’s backyard. My winning dish
Okay, sports fans. Sunday at 4 pm there’s a chile cookoff taking place at Hope & Anchor. I’ll be there.
Sparta’s playing a benefit concert on Saturday, December 16, at Tricky Falls. And tickets are FREE, FREE, FREE. But you
At Monarch last night the salsa brava was pretty popular. “You should sell it,” people said. But I’m not into
Perhaps you’ve seen this. It’s a used car commercial for a 1996 Honda Accord. Check it out.
I’ve got about six or nine Chile Pequin plants growing in pots, and I’d like to offshore them before it’s
LimeBike recently raised $50 million in its second round of capital funding to expand its operations in the U.S. The