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.
UTEP Basketball Tickets Are More Affordable Than Ever Before
Season ticket information for both Miners men's and women's basketball was released this week and there are some noticeable changes for the 2021-22 season.
How Lime Juice and Sun Exposure Can Give You A Nasty Rash
Phytophotodermatitis (PPD) is a chemical reaction involving the sun and lime juice that can result in a skin rash, and it recently happened to my wife.
Can UTEP Parlay The Big 12 Reshuffling into a Mountain West Move?
With Texas and Oklahoma both headed to the SEC, the move will lead to a domino effect in college conferences that could finally get UTEP into the Mountain West.
Iconic H&H Car Wash Will Close Thursday After 63 Years in El Paso
After 63 years of serving up some of the best Mexican Food in El Paso, H&H Car Wash will close its doors for the last time tomorrow afternoon.
Why Some Adults Over 18 Enjoy Ketchup On A Hot Dog
In honor of National Hot Dog Day, I spoke to people about why they enjoy eating a hot dog with ketchup.
UTEP Softball Addresses Pitching Void with Kaylee Hewitt
Kaylee Hewitt, who won six games as a freshman for Virginia Tech with an ERA of 2.08 has signed to play softball with UTEP.
El Paso Apes 7U Youth Baseball Make #1 on ESPN Top 10 Plays
The El Paso Apes game ending double play to win the 7U Southwest Baseball League Spring Title was named ESPN's #1 Play from their daily SportsCenter Top 10.
‘Ageless’ 44-Year Old Joe Beimel Signs with San Diego Padres
The San Diego Padres today signed 44-year Joe Beimel to a free agent contract and the lefthanded pitcher will start his comeback bid in San Antonio.
Braun Strowman Highlights Latest Wave of WWE Releases
WWE released six professional wrestlers today, including Bruan Strowman, Aleister Black, Lana, Murphy, Ruby Riott, and Santana Garrett.
Locomotive FC Still Searching For Scoring After Three Matches
El Paso Locomotive FC has yet to lose a match in 2021, but they have scored just two goals from 35 shots registered in three games.
Juarez Native Mario Carmona Qualifies For US Open
Golfer Mario Carmona, who grew up in Juarez and El Paso, qualified yesterday for the 121st U.S. Open, which will be June 17-20 at the Torrey Pines South Course.
Locomotive Add Insurance with Goalkeeper Ben Beaury
Locomotive FC announced that they have signed former Reno 1868 FC starting goalkeeper Ben Beaury for the 2021 season, pending league and federation approval.