Here’s a cool two hour video that covers the history of Mexico, mostly the first half of the twentieth century.
Lookie what I found. Isn’t that our future 26th president enjoying a cigar as he plays roulette at the Monte
Down below El Paso lies Juarez Mexico is different, like the travel folder says (Burt Bacharach. Who knew?) And this
Maybe you’ll think you’re in Barcelona. After all, most of the rock is en español. Or maybe Mexico City. Or
Tonight, Friday the 21st, in Juarez there’s another life-and-death barbaric spectacle taking place. Actually, several, probably. But I’m talking about
In order to level the playing field with ambulatory vendors on the bridge, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has restricted the
If you only visit the English media here in El Paso, you might not know that there’s a city across
I found the models for Cimi’s Segundo Barrio mural. I bet they don’t even know that they’re famous.
On Thursday, April 19, a bunch of cyclists are taking over the streets of Juarez for the Día Mundial de
I’m sitting in a waiting room at the Hospital de la Familia, one floor up and a hundred yards from
After a long hiatus, the bullfights are back in Juarez. April 7 features a slew of rejoneadores. Those rejoneadores are
Have you been to Juarez lately? Don’t lie to me. You have not. If you’ve crossed the border at all,
No, that’s not the new logo of the El Paso High School PTA. That’s the logo of the Gente Nueva
From the El Paso Times: The U.S. Border Patrol and other agencies are investigating a tunnel discovered Thursday after a
Despite Mexico’s reputation as a culinary destination, downtown Juarez lacks an abundance of great street food. Mostly the street food
The lucha libre season at Arena Kalaka is closing out this Sunday. Arena Kalaka is over there on Melchor Ocampo,
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 story from Bloomberg News on the Godfather of Maquilas, juarense Jaime Bermúdez. In Ciudad Juárez, along the U.S.-Mexico