Hey, It's Glenn Garza, otherwise known as "Dubba G" and/or "hey you." I've been rocking the Borderland for a while now. Consequently, I know all the best bars, where to find the best steaks, tacos, junk food, and I’ve always got the lowdown on local bands and concerts. You could say I am a nice guy to know. Really, you could. Go ahead, give it a shot! Rumors to the contrary started (I think by the Russians), are simply not true. When I’m not rockin' the Borderland, I’m either on the Harley or out in the desert shooting. All that, along with trying to see every band ever live, keeping a handful of area bars in business and occasionally doing something I was actually hired to do, keep me running. Rock with me weekdays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.! Concert, bar hopping, shooting and riding hours vary wildly.
The Texas State Mushroom Hisses in an Incredibly Weird Way
Some people love mushrooms, some people don't care for them and some folks are actually afraid of them. This is not going to change that last groups mind.
Can You Believe Immigrants Are Why Texas First Made Pot Illegal?
Marijuana was first criminalized in El Paso, Texas in the '30's and its danger as a "drug" or "hazard" had nothing to do with the ban.
Do You Know Who Really Inspired The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
Most people would say Ed Gein. That's not entirely correct though...
Why Are Space Craft Launched In Florida But Controlled In Texas?
You've probably heard people say "Houston, we've got a problem" many times. Well, the "problem" that sparked the phrase didn't happen anywhere near Houston.
When Mexican American Women In El Paso Brought Down Big Business
In 1972, thousands of garment workers walked off the job at the El Paso Farah plant during a legendary strike that took "high 'n mighty" business down a notch.
Do You Know How These Cool Texas Cities Got Their Unique Names?
Not all cities in Texas have names whose origins are clear or easy to explain.
Do You Have One Of The Deadliest Jobs In The Country
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, your chances of dying on the job are greatest if you are in one of these occupations.
Proposed Bill Would Make It Illegal for Citizens to Film Law Enforcement Officers
Thanks to modern technology, more and more citizens are filming police officers and their actions. Now, Texas Representative Jason Villalba wants that made illegal and yes, as it's currently worded, you could be arrested for it.