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  • Lunch review: El Nayar

    Lunch review: El Nayar
    My introduction to Mexican food was a little place in the Midwest called Piedras Negras. The hole-in-the-wall space, ratty decor, tinny mariachi riffs cranked out of an old juke box and flies buzzing bowls of chunky green jalapeno salsa made the...
  • 'L-Word' actress calls for boycott of Southwest Air

    'L-Word' actress calls for boycott of Southwest Air
    Leisha Hailey, a musician and star of 'The L-Word,' a drama about lesbians that used to air on Showtime,  has accused Southwest Airlines of discriminating against her because she is gay and has called for a boycott of the airline. Hailey and her partner,...
  • Baltimore food trucks should be allowed to compete

    Baltimore food trucks should be allowed to compete
    Baltimore may be the Charm City, but there is nothing charming about its treatment of the city's fledging food truck fleet. To protect existing brick-and-mortar businesses from competition, the city recently cracked down on food truck owners who want...
  • Vickie Guerrero relishes her role as top WWE heel

    Vickie Guerrero relishes her role as top WWE heel
    Vickie Guerrero uses words such as "quiet" and "homebody" to describe herself. She spends a good portion of her time at home in El Paso, Texas working in her scrapbook studio and hanging out with her 16-year-old daughter. However, the mere sight of...
  • Boys' basketball: St. John Bosco could be dynasty in making if Anthony January is accepted

     
    Derrick Taylor could have oodles of talent to work with in his first season as boys' basketball coach at St. John Bosco. In addition to transfers Isaac and Daniel Hamilton, who officially enrolled Wednesday, the Braves could have highly touted......
  • John Valadez mural says 'Welcome to Long Beach'

     
    John Valadez's new mural in downtown Long Beach is a welcome sign and an exercise in urban nostalgia....
  • Jim Ward talks new album, the bar biz and reviving Sparta

     
    Jim Ward of Sparta, Sleepercar and At the Drive-In talks new solo record, the bar business and reviving Sparta to record and tour again....
  • Mexico drug war strategy will continue despite appeals from activists, Calderon says

     
    Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Thursday met face-to-face with activist-poet Javier Sicilia in a long and often colorful public meeting aimed at reaching a consensus on how to curb the country's rising drug-war death toll. Sicilia demanded Calderon...
  • Elgin soldier dies while stationed in Texas

     
    An Elgin man serving in the U.S. Army has died while stationed in Texas. Timothy John “T.J.” Hansley, 21, was stationed at Fort Bliss, but …...
  • Willie Nelson's weed-related plea deal rejected by a Texas judge

     
    Willie Nelson's plea deal in a Texas marijuana case has been rejected by the judge. Willie Nelson had agreed to plead no contest to a reduced charge of possession of drug paraphernalia and pay a fine rather than facing a marijuana possession charge that...
  • UCF basketball prepares for tough road game at UTEP

     
    UCF basketball prepares for tough road game at UTEP...
  • A !@#$ list of rudest cities, according to Foursquare

     
    Three Florida cities — Jacksonville, Miami and Boca Raton —made it to Foursquare’s Top 20 Rudest Cities. England’s Manchester topped it followed closely by El Paso, Texas. The Foursquare folks ranked the cities based on the highest...