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My mind lingers on Laredo...

I’ve had Laredo on my mind lately! Might be time for another trip…

Check out the blog I wrote for Lucia’s World Emporium about my experience on the border learning about human trafficking and the immigration experience! 9 more words

Fair Trade

Jerry's Cafe Kulnura with Henry

Jerry’s Cafe at Kulnura is a haven for those travelers on the Great North Road. It has full roadside table service which makes it the place to be if your in to chatting about all things road bike. 137 more words



The Streets of Laredo has been called possibly the most recorded cowboy song of all time.
It’s also one of the finest folk songs of all time. 337 more words

An Appreciation

Opportunities and Challenges for Mexico - Diana Villiers Negroponte @ TAMIU

The TAMIU International Bank of Commerce-sponsored Western Hemispheric Trade 2014-2015 Keynote Speaker Series presents “Opportunities and Challenges for México” Wednesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. 354 more words


What It's Like to Be an FBI Agent in a Border Town

Lawson moved out of his extended-stay hotel and into a house in Laredo, not far from some of the Treviños’ extended family, he says. He came to appreciate the camaraderie of working the border, a destination so low on agents’ wish lists that the bureau lets them transfer wherever they want after five years.

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Fast Times At Martin High 1956

One can only wonder what sorts of shenanigans ensued at the water fountain between a leather jacketed victim, a topless accomplice, and one fellow suffering from a damaged pinky. 44 more words


No Mud No Glory 3 - April 11, 2015

If you are looking for a sporting event that delivers maximum challenge in a stimulating and fun environment, then this year’s No Mud! No Glory!  One Tough Mud’r3! 146 more words