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SIXTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL TO FEATURE PERFORMANCES BY TIËSTO, DEFTONES, FUTURE, DADDY YANKEE, CARNAGE, LUDACRIS, TYLER, THE CREATOR, A$AP FERG & TORY LANEZ, NATALIA LAFOURCADE, DUKE DUMONT, MUTEMATH, ALUNAGEORGE, NIYKEE HEATON, AND MORE

NEON DESERT MUSIC FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES

FULL FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

WITH SINGLE-DAY AND WEEKEND PASSES ON SALE NOW!

— Returning Memorial Day Weekend, May 28 & 29 in El Paso, Texas —

EL PASO, TX (May 24, 2016) – Neon Desert Music Festival is excited to announce the set times and full performance schedule for the sixth annual event, which is …

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Jalisco Café Celebrates 62 Years

By: Loreli Hassan

Celebrating their 62nd anniversary as one of El Paso’s most cherished Mexican restaurants, Jalisco Café and its exquisite dishes have made way into the hearts of many El Pasoans and have since established a lifelong love for authentic Mexican food in our region.

It was in 1954 when Antonia Chavez began making history with …

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Dia De Los Niño’s Celebration

By Francis Regalado

On Saturday, April 30th at the Dia De Los Niño’s Celebration held at Washington Park it was an event that I look forward to every year. They had several jumping balloons, face painting, and games for the children. The entertainment included dancers from the community.

Vendors had tents, and food trucks were available for …

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redmoonwhitemoonbluemoon– A Dance Piece Reclaiming the Power of the Menstrual Cycle and Female Nature

By Sandra Paola Lopez

redmoonwhitemoonbluemoon is a piece exploring themes of the divine feminine created by local dancemaker S. Paola Lopez in collaboration with poet Naima Yael Woods and photographer and filmmaker Laura Bustillos Jaquez. With the support of the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, The Texas Commission on the Arts and …

San Juana Perez Mendez listens as Myriam Delgado Hernandez speaks to students at the UTEP Women's History Conference. Photo credit: Maria Esquinca.
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Lexmark maquila workers speak at UTEP Women’s History Conference

By Maria Esquinca

In November of 2015, maquila workers from Lexmark, a manufacturing plant in Juarez, began to organize for a salary raise. Maquila workers earn approximately $6 US dollars per day, the legal wage in Mexico. A month later, over 70 of those workers were fired. The workers, or obreros and obreras, continue to strike with …

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Noah “The Ninja”

Story & photos By David Quinn misterQuinn media

Morning breaks, the sun rises on a Sunday morning and little Noah Miguel rubs his sleepy eyes and rolls out to find his clips or specialized shoes with cleats that snap into place to offer a full pedal rotation to push and pull on his 20” bike. Center …