Over the last two years, the peso has lost about a third of its value. Yesterday it was trading at
I don’t really blame the local multi-millionaires for buying City Council. I blame City Council for letting them. Money gives
That really harshes my mellow.
Over the last twenty years, we’ve spent a lot of money on Downtown. For Union Plaza. The Plaza Theatre. The
Have you ever wanted to be a journalist? Me neither. There are different ways to get to be a journalist.
In this Sunday’s El Paso Times, former Mayor John Cook says: But Cook said he is concerned that even combining
The El Paso Times didn’t include this item in their online edition, but I found it anyway through a Google
We don’t vote till May. But now’s the time to get your shit together. We’re rushing headlong into the season
Those politicians sitting in chambers at City Hall would like you to believe that their hearts grew three sizes one
I’ve often wondered why the Juarez plaza is so hotly contested by Mexico’s drug trafficking organizations. I surmise that there’s
Man, 2016 just flew by. It seems that the older I get, the faster time flies by, unless I’m listening
Brutus over there at ElPasoSpeak makes some good points with deeper implications, in this post titled EPISD bonds-story changes again.
Multiple news sources report that the average price for gasoline in Mexico will rise from 14 to 20 percent in
People are wingeing all over my Facebook feed about this carrot-hybrid we elected to be president. Well, get used to
Good news, chuqueños. The foreboding sense of doom you’ve been feeling for the past several years is not a brain
I lifted this from the Paso del Sur’s Facebook page about their meeting with elected officials last Friday. For all
Did you see this story about the husband of former City Representative Ann Morgan Lilly allegedly assaulting Mayor Oscar Leeser’s
Have you done your holiday shopping yet? Or maybe you need some libations for the end of year celebration. Either
You heard that yesterday City Council voted 4-2 to build the downtown arena anywhere but the Duranguito/Union Plaza neighborhood. There
The El Paso Times’ recent article by the Russians on the lady with 6,000 Christmas trees made me realize that