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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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, …

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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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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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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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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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