El Paso is something different every day of the week. The city offers a diversity of experiences that is truly amazing. On one day, my young nieces and nephews drop by. I’m shown a lot of memes on their iPhones, and I hear a lot of jokes, some cheesy, some ribald. Then part of the […]Read More
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El Paso is an adventure, and growing up in the middle of it, sometimes you wonder what it would be like to live in another city. We don’t have professional sports teams like other Texas cities such as Dallas, San Antonio or Houston do. There’s no ‘Fiesta’ in this part of Texas or a Riverwalk. Sure, I wish […]Read More
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Given the nature of Borderland residents to be enthralled with top ten lists that mention El Paso, I present the only list you’ll ever need on what El Paso is. 25: Yes, there really were live alligators in the fountain of our downtown plaza. Take that Phoenix.24: Before he was a Texas Ranger, Chuck Norris […]Read More
Nine years ago this week, February 23rd, 2001, I unknowingly began the journey of a caretaker. Just a week removed from the death of one of my heroes, Dale Earnhardt, I accompanied my Grandfather to the hospital after nearly a month of miserable, searing, daily pain at his home in Tornillo. None of us knew […]Read More