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Noah “The Ninja”

Story & photos By David Quinn misterQuinn media

Morning breaks, the sun rises on a Sunday morning and little Noah Miguel rubs his sleepy eyes and rolls out to find his clips or specialized shoes with cleats that snap into place to offer a full pedal rotation to push and pull on his 20” bike. Center …

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STARSTRUCK – Krystall Poppin

Story By Albert Vasquez & Photos By DS Junior

Krystall Poppin keeps it poppin’ in the Sun City. Her new album “Starstruck” is bound to send shockwaves through the music industry and in the hip hop community. The 24 year old hip-hop artist hit the ground running 3 years ago when she decided to dedicate her …

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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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Lucha Libre Is Not A Beauty Salon

Story & Photos By Maria Esquinca

On a regular Sunday evening the Houchen Community Center is packed with people eagerly anticipating the first anniversary of Mamá Lucha, a local lucha libre company.

Inside the gymnasium the lucha libre ring is set up in the center. Metal chairs and bleachers surround it on all sides, making every angle …

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A Ride Down Memory Lane

 

 

By Albert Vasquez

The El Paso Streetcar Project is underway and things are looking quite familiar. Six President’s Conference Committee streetcars that were operated in El Paso years ago were sent to Brookville, Pennsylvania to be restored by the Brookville Equipment Corporation. The $97 million dollar project is being handled and managed by The Camino Real …

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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 …