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Getting a New Lease on Wildlife: Second Chance Wildlife Rescue Relocates

By Staci Engman

“This is our little heaven. Haven for them, heaven for us,” certified wildlife rescuer Josie Karam said of Second Chance Wildlife Rescue (SCWR) and the sick, orphaned, or injured animals she and other dedicated volunteers rehabilitate there. SCWR, the largest wildlife rescue facility in West Texas, is located on seven rugged acres and …

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Leaders Who Highly Impact and Inspire

Ivette K. Caballero
17 Priceless Things to Make You Happier


Things in life are not as complex as we perceive at times. This tends to happen for various reasons like thinking too much and accepting some lies as truths. What we believe in and what we feed our minds with has a positive or negative effect …

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9/11 Remembrance & Commemoration

Photos & Story By Herman Delgado


I drove my daughter to school on Sept. 11, 2017. As I walked her to the entrance of the school, it hit me real hard. I started thinking about all the people that left their home, walked their children to school, kissed their loved one’s goodbye or got dropped off …

Culture / Music

Kikimora, Releases First Album, Laika

By Milla Molinar


El Paso band, Kikimora, headlined at Tricky Falls, recently, to showcase its first album to the public.


“Laika,” the album’s name, is a mixture of jazz, soul, and funk and features 10 original songs written by the group.

“Laika is the first ever creature, a biological living thing that orbited the earth in 1957,” …

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Conquer The World – One Song At A Time

By Herman Delgado


Jordan Taylor has been singing since she took the lead in, “Mother Goose,” a musical performance, in first grade. The Dallas native, who now calls El Paso home, is here to make a statement with her voice and nothing will stop her. A 2015 graduate from El Dorado High School and current sophomore …

Culture / Sports

‘Making A Difference’ With El Pasos’ Tenacious Athletes


By Herman Delgado

More than 525 local high school and middle school football players took to the field at Bowie High School’s Baty-Simmang Memorial Stadium July 2017 for the Game Changers Pro Youth Football Camp. The yearly event, which last three-days, came together with the help of local high school coaches and UTEP’s coaching staff and …

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Fourteenth Annual Anusim Conference



AUGUST 4-6, 2017, Congregation B’nai Zion

805 Cherry Hill Lane, El Paso, Texas


Friday Evening August 4th

6:15 P.M. Kabbalat Shabbat services and dinner

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Maria Sanchez, “Healing The Residual Trauma Of The Inquisition”


Saturday August 5

9:00 A.M. Torah Study Services And Shabbat Kiddush Luncheon

Speaker: Harry Ezratty, “Spanish Jews And Their Role as Support Groups Before 1492”

Maria …

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Camino Real Celebrates 400 years!

Photos and Story by Christian Chapman

The San Elizario Genealogy and Historical Society recently presented the first international Rio Grande Festival featuring art, culture, history and heritage the end of April. The San Elizario Historic District saw the re-enactment of Onate’s historic arrival, three day history conference, guided tours, old west shootouts, heritage booths, arts and …

Culture / Music

El Paso Dancers Make Semi-Finals at USA TANGO Championship

By Cynthia Gamez, Photos by Don An

Three couples from the Sunland Dance Studio tangoed their way to the semi-finals at the 2017 Argentine Tango Festival, earning a chance to compete for the USA title.

The couples represented El Paso at the Official 2017 Argentine Tango Festival in San Francisco April 13 through April 17. They …