I'm originally from Brooklyn, New York and moved to El Paso in 1978. After attending Coronado High School and the University of Texas, I returned to El Paso to start my professional radio career. For the last 20 years, I've hosted Sportstalk, El Paso’s longest running local radio talk show. On May 1st 2013, I was inducted into the El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame in the media category. It's quite an honor and also a sign that I'm getting old. My favorite professional sports teams are the New York Mets, Jets, Knicks, and Rangers. I grew up a huge UTEP basketball fan, and working with Don Haskins is the highlight of my radio career. My favorite movie is Goodfellas, I enjoy listening to all kinds of rock music, and I'd like to someday be a restaurant critic.
Burlington Screening of Tony Romo Documentary a Huge Success
A packed Plaza Theater in Burlington, Wisconsin was treated to the screening of 'Now or 'Never', El Pasoan Chris Hanna's new 94-minute documentary on Tony Romo.
Visiting Miller Park, Pat Murphy, and Bill ‘Shotgun’ Schroeder
My first trip to Miller Park included reconnecting with former Chihuahuas manager Pat Murphy and former Diablos catcher Bill 'Shotgun' Schroeder.
SportsTalk Live Thursday From Tony Romo Film Premiere
On Thursday, Tony Romo will join 600 ESPN El Paso's SportsTalk live from Burlington, Wisconsin for the screening of his new documentary 'Now or Never.'
Logan Allen Collects One Dollar Bet from John Cena
Padres pitcher Logan Allen shutout the Milwaukee Brewers for seven innings last night in his MLB debut, and won a dollar bet with actor/pro wrestler John Cena.
Quality Candidates Emerging for NMSU Baseball HC Job
Despite losing head coach Brian Green to Washington State this week, NMSU has received plenty of interest from baseball coaches all over the country.
Baseball Needs Better Fan Safety
Albert Almora Jr.'s line drive foul ball that hit a young girl in the head should result in more protective netting for fan safety in ballparks.
Michael Madrid Leaves UTEP Women’s Hoops For Head Coaching Job
UTEP assistant women's basketball coach Michael Madrid accepted a job today to become head coach at Texas A&M Kingsville.
Kentucky Derby Charity Wager Wins for Food Bank
A charity media wager by Ruidoso Downs on the Kentucky Derby along with controversy and outrage helped raised $260 for El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank.
El Paso Needs an Outdoor Stadium and Not a Downtown Arena
It's time El Paso's political difference makers get on board with replacing the downtown arena with a multi-purpose outdoor stadium to house the Locomotive.
Evan Gilyard Changes The Battle of I-10 Rivalry
Former UTEP guard Evan Gilyard chose to transfer to I-10 rival New Mexico State, and added a new surprising twist to the longtime college basketball series.