My biography as haiku: calling sports not played poking fun without a point dang i like donuts
Why the Rhinos Deserve Their Place: My Letter to the GSA
Why bother with all that effort, all that work if you don’t really care? Why not roll out the pucks and say, “Come watch hockey!”? Unless it really does mean more.
Feeling Lowry: El Paso & Locomotive FC Down, But Sky’s the Limit
The longer it's around, the more it can connect with a soccer-loving community, the plainer it is that the ceiling for Locomotive FC is nowhere in sight.
EP Townsquare: Pools & Spray Parks Are Back! Find Out Which Ones
Ah, late spring, when El Pasoans' thoughts turn to...finding ways to cool off! Pools and spray parks are back in action. Find out which ones on EP Townsquare.
EP Townsquare: Looking For Free Tax Help? VITA Could Be Vital
If you're looking for help with your taxes but can't afford an accountant or tax preparation software, VITA Tax Assist could be just what you need.
Why Would a Girls Basketball Team Kneel for the Anthem? Watch.
Why would Oklahoma's Norman HS girls basketball team kneel during the National Anthem? Watch the sad, pathetic, near-karmic exposure of exactly why.
EP Townsquare: Kids In Court? CASA of El Paso Is Here to Help
Everybody deserves to be represented in a court of law. But what about children who find themselves in a courtroom that may decide their futures?
EP Townsquare: Hanukkah Has Lessons for All in Pandemic
Rabbi Levi Greenberg of El Paso's Chabad Lubavitch helps us understand Hanukkah and what lessons we can learn as we all deal with the novel coronavirus.
EP Townsquare: Bob Moore on El Paso’s Numbers – One Bad, One Good
El Paso's Good News-Bad News of the Week is all about numbers. Two, to be precise. And there may be no one more qualified to talk about both than Robert Moore.
EP Townsquare: County to Offer Curbside Option for Early Voting
One of the words we've gotten used to hearing during the pandemic is 'curbside' – an option for picking up food. But what about curbside...voting?
EP Townsquare: Local Author Challenges Young Readers in New Book
Jones uses her gift of storytelling and mixes in her personal experiences as an African-American woman to create a timely book for a timely audience – young adults.