The Chuco Cooking Show featuring Chef Rulis from Ruli’s International Kitchen

By Miguel Juárez, PhD In his cooking show promo, Chef Raul Gonzalez, who is better known by his clientele as Chef Rulis states: Welcome to the Chuco Cooking Show. You’re invited to go on a culinary journey covering 600 years of regional cuisine. You’ll hear stories about the cultures that settled these lands and we’ll… Read More The Chuco Cooking Show featuring Chef Rulis from Ruli’s International Kitchen

Río Linda…a community of the Chamizal – forever

By María Eugenia Trillo, Ph.D. Community, barrio, neighborhood, hood, Second Ward, South Side, El Segundo.  Each of these terms evokes a different image and feeling. Río Linda is a diaspora community, one of three unique communities that were forced to uproot themselves and disperse in more than five thousand pieces to the four winds.  September… Read More Río Linda…a community of the Chamizal – forever

Payroll Tax Holiday – What It Means To You and Your Company

In response to the Covid-19 emergency and because Congress has beenunable to pass new legislation to help the economy, Donald Trump issuedseveral executive orders on August 8. One of them was the Payroll TaxDeferral Holiday. The so-called payroll tax holiday memorandum reducesthe amount of taxes withheld on employee paychecks from September 1through the end of… Read More Payroll Tax Holiday – What It Means To You and Your Company

Updated: The El Paso Mass Shooting Archive in Archive-It

By Miguel Juárez, PhD In August 2019, Adan Griego, our colleague at the Stanford University Library, who is originally from El Paso, sent some of us an e-mail suggesting we archive news materials from the August 3, 2019 Walmart Shooting.  Unfortunately, the “El Paso Mass Shooting Archive,” joins other mass shootings which have occurred which… Read More Updated: The El Paso Mass Shooting Archive in Archive-It