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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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Archery Is Alive!

By Destiny Rose Garcia

When we think of sports in El Paso, what comes to mind?

Naturally, one might consider football, baseball, basketball and soccer… but does archery come to mind? Archery, as a well-known competitive sport, can be traced back to ancient times, but in modern America, it seems to have taken a back seat in …

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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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MAKING TRACKS with TRUAX

By David Quinn

January 26, 2015

Cultural, Featured, Fitness, Health, Lifestyle, Outdoor, Sports, Uncategorized

Driving to work through most neighborhoods any given morning in El Paso and you are bound to pass by a hand full a teenage runners breaking a sweat and defying the brisk daybreak dew. Warm up stretches, increased cardio and a focus determined to …

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Eagle in the Sun Triathlon Reaches New Milestone

By Ernie Chacon

August 29, 2014

Fitness, Lifestyle, Outdoor, Press Releases, Sports

El Paso’s Premier Multisport Event Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Excitement is in the air as aspiring and experienced athletes eagerly prepare for El Paso’s premier multi-sport event, Eagle in the Sun Triathlon, taking place on Sunday, August 31.

Presented by Race El Paso, the race will kick off with …

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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 …

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