Business / Culture / Music

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 …

Business / Featured

League of Women Voters Awards

This year, the League of Women Voters of El Paso was proud to honor two outstanding members of the community. Emily Martin Loya was awarded a Bravo Award, and Rosa Guerrero received a Lifetime Achievement Award. These women were recognized for their contributions toward the cause for a better quality of life. Individuals are recognized …

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El Paso Hair Wars

 

The Camino Real was home once again to The Supreme Salon Tour’s Hair Wars on October 11. This was the second year in a row that El Paso was selected to host and compete in this annual beauty industry event showcasing top salons, stylists, makeup artists, and fashion designers.   Once again, El Paso showed their …

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Sombra Antigua Winery

July 5, 2015 Business, Community, Cultural, Featured, Food,

By Riccardo Barraza

Hidden in the Shadows of the Past is a dynamic winery that’s tough to call new. Sombra Antigua literally means Ancient Shadow and this vineyard is right in the heart of the past vineyards of the Mesilla Valley. Dave and Theresa Fisher have their …

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Concussions in Sports

By City Beat

March 30, 2015

Around Town, Business, Featured, Health, Sports

Luis H. Urrea II, M.D.

Participation in organized sports is at an all-time high in the United States. The number of student-athletes in high school sports increased for the 25th consecutive year to nearly 7.8 million, according to an annual survey conducted by the National Federation of State …

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Hard Work Pays Off

By Ernie Chacon

November 5, 2014

Business, Featured

A frank discussion with Sherman Barnett

At a very young age, Sherman Barnett had a passion for fast cars and motorcycles, and when he moved out to El Paso that passion led him into the job of a lifetime.

Sherman Barnett is the proud owner of Barnett’s Harley Davidson in El Paso. …

Business / Culture

A Cut of Fabric Becomes an Indisputable Inspiration for Fashion

By Loreli Hassan

October 27, 2014

Around Town, Business, Community, Featured, Lifestyle

Following the 2014 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week of El Paso (MBFW), where several local and international designers come together to showcase their latest, hottest trends in a four-day event, is a celebration of back-to-back receptions and galas. Among a wide array of models, makeup artists, hair …

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Giving Guidance

By Victoria G. Molinar

March 12, 2014

Community, Featured

A look at the past, present and future of Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home

By: Victoria G. Molinar

A lot is to be said about the legacy of Lee Moor and his wife Beulah, who moved to El Paso in 1903 after Mr. Moor recovered from tuberculosis. They were financially …

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Foundation Surgical Hospital of El Paso

By Jennifer Lucero

August 17, 2013

Business, Featured

On a fresh Saturday morning, Foundation Surgical Hospital of El Paso (FSH) celebrated their one year anniversary appropriately by offering free health services to El Paso youth. The FSH staff spent the morning setting up tents and tables to offer their gratitude to the city for allowing them to provide …