The El Paso County Historical Commission stood up to the fat cats trying to kick the poor people out of
Hollywood is dead and they don’t even know it. At least that’s the premise of this story in Vanity Fair.
Do you think you can get the truth from the El Paso Times? Look at this column from Ramon Bracamontes
There are some powerful forces supporting putting the arena in Duranguito. Weird, huh? Who wants the arena? Obviously no one
Last night I had to the opportunity to talk to some people I hadn’t met before. I handed them some
Isn’t it curious that the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce supports the arena? Wouldn’t you think that the Chamber
I hate to say it because it’s so inflammatory. But look at it. Rich people trying to kick poor people
We just returned from a trip that was primarily composed of long episodes of driving interrupted by brief encounters with
Here at El Chuqueño I’ve written a lot about the proposed downtown arena. You might be surprised to find out
The El Paso Independent School District reports that four board seats are up for election in May. The seats up
I guess this guy heard there was a march for women and he thought it was an offer.
Can you spot what’s wrong with this picture? Look again. I’ll wait. Lean in. Here, I’ll zoom in: That’s right.
Remember that the people who are advocating building the arena within 1,000 feet of the Convention Center have claimed that
That plan for the arena was based on three big lies (and a lot of little ones). To wit: 1)
Here’s a story from the New Yorker (via Molly Malloy’s Frontera List) that should throw a shadow on the graves
Not too long ago, the local machine said we should be like Oklahoma City, developing downtown through sports infrastructure. Now
What do you think has more effect on the El Paso economy. A downtown arena, or the value of the
According to the Employee Handbook for the City of El Paso, the city’s values are: Integrity Respect Excellence Accountability People
This week David Crowder unpacks the arena rebate, and things aren’t what the City told us. From an article titled
If you want to know if your project qualifies for some arcane tax credit, you ask the Texas Comptroller for