I am an accidental witness to recent turmoil in Juarez. Last Wednesday I walked into a riot. I was looking
Mexico has come out with some new banknotes. The 500 peso note is blue. It has a picture of Benito
Here’s one you didn’t see coming. From the New York Daily News: Mexico now bans smoking in hotels, beaches, parks
By Kent Paterson They stand on an El Paso street like the shadowy, eerie artifacts of a forgotten ancient civilization.
by Bob Chessey A Tale of Pacing and Endurance Summer’s end in 1930 was proving to be a tough time
By Kent Paterson Standing tall and stoic, Albert Silva gazed at the barbed wire topping the fence on the U.S.
by Vanessa Johnson Beto Dominguez Rodriguez passed away on September 16, 2022, at 4 p.m., surrounded by his loved ones,
By Kent Paterson With his wife and small child seated nearby, Noel mused about the family’s round-about journey to the
Gabriel Jara and Tom Threepersons’ Border Shootout. by Bob Chessey On the summer evening of Saturday, June 14, 1924, two
By Kent Paterson In the annals of border history, U.S.-Mexico relations and global commerce, Ciudad Juárez has often played a
Are you looking for a place to host your next bullfight? The banner on the Alberto Balderas Plaza de Toros
From the TheRoyalTourBlog.com: “Call me as soon as you’re back across the border,” said my mother. “Text me every hour,”
Downtown Juarez is experiencing a renaissance and it’s not all financed by tax credits and municipal largess for Juarez’ richest
Reliable sources claim that the venerable Club Quince, the boutique bar under the Juan Gabriel mural in downtown Juarez, will
Walking across the Santa Fe Street bridge in the old days, like pre-pandemic, sometimes you’d have to stop to let
This isn’t my first blog. If you’d asked me yesterday, I would have said it is, but today I stumbled