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Mental Health Minute: What Defines You?

By Ruth Anne Kramer LCSW, LCDC

With the recent tragedies of natural disasters and public shootings, it is easy to forget about every day misfortunes that occur in our own community with friends, loved ones, and maybe even ourselves. It is not out of the ordinary for some to have difficulty answering the question “who am …

Health / Sports

A Special Place

Photos & Story by Herman Delgado

It’s Saturday morning, and as you drive through this peaceful and beautiful neighborhood in El Paso’s Upper Valley neighborhood you come to a dead end street, and from a distance you hear, “30 seconds! Come on get those hands up!” and then you hear the sound of a boxing bell. …

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Motivation on Wheels

Editorial Piece: An Ode to Arzarte and his legacy

By Jaime Rodriguez

Emmanuel “Manny” Arzate, the youngest of 5 siblings, learned to challenge and face adversity in his life at an early age.

At 2-years-old, when most toddlers are learning to speak and walk on their own, Arzate was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, or SMA, which is …

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Hitting the Gym for New Year’s

By Alonzo Quintero

With the end of the year drawing near people often reflect on what they have done or most importantly what they haven’t done. Different ideas fill people’s mind on how to change their life for the better and others just want to try something different. The goal we tend to hear from our …

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Body Sculpting

This year, the 2016 National Physique Committee had its Sun City Regional National Qualifier at the Magoffin Auditorium on the UTEP campus.

The event took place on August 20th and was host to an Official Classic Physique bodybuilding competition and also had competitions in the class A and class B Men’s and Women’s Bodybuilding, Women’s Physique, …

Blog / Culture / Health / Non Profit

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 …

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