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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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STARSTRUCK – Krystall Poppin

Story By Albert Vasquez & Photos By DS Junior

Krystall Poppin keeps it poppin’ in the Sun City. Her new album “Starstruck” is bound to send shockwaves through the music industry and in the hip hop community. The 24 year old hip-hop artist hit the ground running 3 years ago when she decided to dedicate her …

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Saving Realtors Time & Buyers Money

By Christian Chapman

El Paso, Texas – During the height of the recession, in 2008, John Clary thought there had to be a better way to operate a mortgage company. After a couple of years of research and planning, John approached the only individual he would want to explore this venture with, Ramsey Esper. He invited …

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A Ride Down Memory Lane

 

 

By Albert Vasquez

The El Paso Streetcar Project is underway and things are looking quite familiar. Six President’s Conference Committee streetcars that were operated in El Paso years ago were sent to Brookville, Pennsylvania to be restored by the Brookville Equipment Corporation. The $97 million dollar project is being handled and managed by The Camino Real …

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RC Cars in the Sun City

There’s something very satisfying about a high speed, getaway chase ending in the perfect execution of a jump, four stories high and across half a football field; landing it perfectly on all four tires, souped-up shocks flexing and fighting the undercarriage scraping across off road terrain. A maneuver that would conclude every episode of the …

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Oldies For the Soul

It all started back in the 50’s, “Little Mike” Saenz lived next door to where “The Blue Kings” would play their music. He would listen to them practice until one day he asked “Kiko” if he could join them and just listen. Little Mike started watching them and learned to play the piano just by …