I was going to tell you how you could get an EpiPen in Jaurez. You know, like in Canada: The
Juan Gabriel, I think, shaped the way gays in Juarez think about themselves. On Avenida Juarez, Juanga stares down from
One of the best things about El Paso is Juarez. It’s more than a different city, or a different country.
There used to be the nicest neighborhood over there in Juarez. It was called the Mariscal for one of the
My favorite Juarez news source La Polaka reports that there have been 29 murders so far this month in Juarez,
Our local professional fútbol team, FC Bravos from Ciudad Juarez, will be playing their first game of the 2016 season
Here’s a pro tip. The toll booth on the Stanton Street bridge doesn’t open till late. Like 10:00 a.m., maybe.
According to reports in the Mexican media, drug kingpin Rafael Caro Quintero may be staging a comeback in Ciudad Juarez.
According to this story in El Diario, visitors to downtown will soon enjoy free wifi: La avenida Juárez contará con
Héctor Luis “El Guero” Palma Salazar, one of the founders of the Sinaloa Cartel, will be released from U.S. custody
I was going to write a post about how things change (or not) but as I did some research I
According to this story in the El Paso Times, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is proposing a fine for U.S.
Here’s a story from the New York Times Magazine reviewing the shooting of José Antonio Elena Rodríguez, a sixteen-year-old boy
Here’s a cool book about a distopian future set right here in El Paso and Juarez. The Boost tells the
For the people who doubt that Juarez is getting better, here’s evidence, from the El Paso Times: Two men suspected
Are you still not going to Juarez because you don’t have a passport? Your reluctance is unfounded. Here’s a quote
Besides the million dollars we’re spending on security, do you think the Pope’s visit to Juarez will have an economic
I’m sitting at a booth at a window on the third floor of the Mercado Cuahtémoc, across the street from
This is the new sculpture they’ve erected in Juarez. It replaces the sculpture of an angel that some people thought
Saturday is El Día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. A multitude will meet in front of the cathedral in Juarez