When El Pasoan Aaron Goldfarb returned to his hometown to start a law practice with his father more than a year ago, the city didn’t only gain a talented graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. Read more
The city’s libraries, recreation and senior centers, swimming pools and splash pads will remain closed through the summer due to health and budgetary impacts, officials said. Read more
Families trickled into the Fort Bliss National Cemetery on Memorial Day May 25 to honor the men and women who died serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. The traditional ceremonies, including placing of American flags by the Boy Scouts, were canceled over the COVID-19 pandemic this year. Read more
Featured Borderland Artists
Elia Esparza is hopeful for another moment in the sun.
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El Paso’s Valerie Ponzio – famous for the four-chair turn on “The Voice” – has released the long-awaited video for her new song, “Órale” – an emphatic Spanish slang affirmation.
What started as a hobby – and a way to share her passion for her favorite band with fellow fans – has turned into a dream come true for El Paso singer-songwriter Emily Davis and her bandmates.
Sha’Vonne has been a fixture in the local music scene for several years – performing at Cool Canyon Nights, Alfresco! Fridays – and everything in between.
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