We’ve got it pretty good here. The water runs when I turn the faucet. When I’m hungry, I eat. The
This story in El Diario about a book called Los Narcos Gringos makes an interesting assertion: “El Paso, como muchas
The El Paso Times finally got around to covering the lawsuit over the arena this weekend. The story came out
El Paso is hot right now. There’s Kahlid. He’s some kind of a rock star. No doubt City Council is
Here are some great pictures of the border in the late 1930s, from a story in the Washington Post. As
Here’s a killer story about Willie Nelson’s drummer, best friend, and bodyguard, Paul English. And it’s got an El Paso
Please read this article on the DailyKos. Unless the pictures are Photoshopped, it sure looks like some of our president’s
Here’s a cool video from the New York Times about an event that takes place occasionally in California farming communities.
“A woman is suspected of using stolen credit cards, and the El Paso Police Department is asking for the public’s
Do you think you can get the truth from the El Paso Times? Look at this column from Ramon Bracamontes
Last night I had to the opportunity to talk to some people I hadn’t met before. I handed them some
This week David Crowder unpacks the arena rebate, and things aren’t what the City told us. From an article titled
Brutus over there at ElPasoSpeak makes some good points with deeper implications, in this post titled EPISD bonds-story changes again.
According to news reports, a radio journalist was shot dead in his driveway in Ciudad Chihuahua on Saturday morning. From
Walking across the bridge, I wish I’d brought a scarf, except the holiday house guests were between me and the
A conscious reader alerted me to this piece on MSN.com: When Michael Lightbourn agreed to look at an old hot
Here’s a piece from the New York Times with an El Paso dateline. It talks about the choice American futbol
In an uncharacteristic manifestation of candor, the El Paso Times today ran a story on property taxes. Let me say
This sounds like a movie. Read it now, or watch in a couple of years on our Sunday Matinee. A
We built this city on rock and roll.