Here’s a Dutch short that is supposed to closely resemble the movie The Shape of Water. I haven’t seen The
It sounds like English, but they definitely dance in Italian.
PSY’s Gangnum Style is the most watched video of all time with over three billion views. Here’s his latest offering:
Listen to Roy Clark and Gatemouth Brown trade licks on this rendition of a classic song of questionable parentage. Check
Because I know you’re busy, here’s an seven and a half minute short movie about what it might be like
Here’s a provoking video from those critical thinkers at Cracked.com that punctures some illusions. Check it out.
Here’s a video of local cyber-genius Andrew Joseph delivering a presentation at this year’s TEDx. It’s good. He’s smart. Check
Perhaps you’ve seen this. It’s a used car commercial for a 1996 Honda Accord. Check it out.
Here’s a show from the Canadian news program The Fifth Estate about our friendly neighbors to the south, the Mennonites,
Here’s a YouTube series you obviously haven’t heard about. It’s called Gringolandia. Netflix picked it up. Maybe you’ve heard of
El Paso is home to a rich and diverse community. Here’s a cool rap video celebrating one of our beautiful
Here’s another prequel for Blade Runner 2049, starring Dave Bautista. Check it out.
Blade Runner was a cult classic, a film noir in the early 80’s. Now there’s a sequel coming out on
Here’s a guy talking about race baiting, and classist oppression, and poverty, and guess which community makes a cameo appearance?
Check out this cool documantary about Los Saicos, the grandfathers of punk, from Peru. And here’s a music video. No,
Here’s the jazz stylings of Kikimora, singing Sputnik live at Star City Studio. Check it out.
Sometimes the ads are worth watching. You make the call.
Here’s Juan Gabriel singing a remix of La Frontera, a song that celebrates the border that he wrote maybe a
Here’s a new (?) video I just found on El Feis. Everybody’s favorite ex-El Paso band, Frontera Bugalú. It’s righteous.
Here’s a video by local talent Amalia Mondragon. Amalia describes herself as a chuqueña, from both sides of our border.