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.
I love El Paso. I never thought we had to throw billions of dollars at it to make El Paso
Here’s Angela Lee Duckworth talking about grit, the power of passion and perseverance. Check it out.
Here’s the speech Tyrion Lannister gave to Bennington College’s Class of 2012. Check it out.
Here’s a music video with sparse oblique references to our fair city. I’ve got Tony Lama, Asarco, and freeway signs.
You, and everyone else. Here’s a video that takes a stab at Mexico’s chronic problems. Check it out.
Valentin Sandoval is a videographer and the author of South Sun Rising, a critically acclaimed bilingual prose poem about his
Rubio is the alias for Colonia Obregon, north of Cuahtemoc, where lately they’ve been having running gun battles in the
Here’s the final chapter of the Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds program. By now you’ve probably given away all your material
Sounds almost conjugal, doesn’t it? Well, it is. See Part 1 here. I’ll post the final episode tomorrow.
Here’s more of the insubstantial substance of the universe. You can watch Part 1 here. Part 3 tomorrow.
Do you want to know the unknowable? You can’t. But here’s someone trying to scratch the surface. In four parts.
Imagine if Walt Disney had gotten together with Salvador Dali and made a trippy six minute animation that must have
Here’s the second part of the Chicano music story, featuring Freddy Fender. Check it out. Image by Gene Pugh (http://www.flickr.com/photos/gtpugh/5022122488/)
Here’s a short video about the Chicano influence on Latin Music. Check it out.
I don’t know what movie you’re in right now, but this song is part of the soundtrack for the movie
There’s the scene in Up In Smoke where Cheech says, “We play every kind of music. Everything from Santana to
When I was a kid we’d find old tires up on the mesas and roll them off. Somehow it’s oddly
Here’s a little musical respite from the band Dead South. Also, you can learn how to dance. You’re welcome.