The ZipItZimmerman shop is up and running. Why not take a moment and browse?
It was a year ago that a coward entered our lives and took the lives of our family, our friends – trying to rip the heart out of our community. Today, we remember those who were taken. Let us never forget them.
Like most politicians, Beto thought he was better than his hometown media. Running for President was just another failed attempt for him to stay on the people’s payroll. Nonetheless, here are my photos of him announcing his bid for President.
A treasure nestled within the foothills of West El Paso, this Church is truly a space given over to the peach and beauty of God.
I love Street Art – ever since New York City, it has been one of my favorite urban forms of art. El Paso County has some amazing Street Art that you really should see.
To help get over my anger at our kids losing their graduation ceremonies, I began to look back at photos from the San Elizario Basketball Senior Night. Thought I would share them will you.
Going down pre-COVID memory lane with this virtual trip to Downtown El Paso.
The family that is San Elizario gathered at San Pablo Lutheran Church / Ysleta Lutheran Mission to remember Will. To many, he was a friend, a brother, a father. We’re going to miss him.
I thought we could all use a little Christmas spirit in July.
We have become something I don’t always recognize. It’s really time for us to unite and be #ElPasoStrong
Love me or hate me, but community policing will never work. The Police will run into situations that most civilians fear.