Monthly Archives: September 2013

An interview with David K.: Still refusing the juice

The first time I spoke with David Karlsruher was sometime back in about 2007 when he called to ask me to come on his El Paso morning talk radio show, “The Other Side with David K.” I immediately thought, “Now … Continue reading

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Oscar Leeser: He’s such a good politician

I originally thought Oscar Lesser was elected mayor of El Paso because of name recognition and a good image. But watching him in action these months has shown he’s a pretty good politician, as well. How he has straddled the … Continue reading

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UTEP, Colorado State attempt to bounce back

We’re still turning up the orange around here, so once again, it’s time for Pablo Villa’s Four Keys to the Game: Colorado State. The UTEP Miners will take on the Rams at 1:30 p.m. El Paso time on Saturday in … Continue reading

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Check out Basecamp El Paso

One of the best new blogs in our fair city is Basecamp El Paso. Those of us who enjoy hiking and climbing in the Franklin Mountains sometimes can have a hard time explaining why. Walking around in 90 degree weather … Continue reading

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Twerking, ceiling tiles and Yahtzee

The poll results are in from one of my early posts, which asked what I should blog about. “El Paso politics” received the most votes of the choices listed. But “other” was the big winner, so I thought I’d go … Continue reading

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UTEP football damaged, but progress is possible

By Pablo Villa The dust has settled on a lackluster weekend for UTEP football, and a trip through social media reveals angst and worry from Miner fans after they witnessed their team get dropped 32-13 by UTSA on Saturday at … Continue reading

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Big Blue Horse coming to El Paso?

Apparently, Luis Jimenez’ striking Blue Horse at the Denver International Airport is eligible to be taken down soon. And a Facebook page has been started, pitching the idea of El Paso buying the big blue horse and bringing it to … Continue reading

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