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Nacho’s At the Bar and Grill

By Larry D. Powers

At the Spirit of 66 Bar and Grill on 2712 North Mesa, an artist works feverishly, painting a mural on the wall. Every few minutes, he steps back, looks at his creation, and then dashes forward to apply a few more brushstrokes. His movements are reminiscent of a basketball game played by …

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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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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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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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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. …

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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 …