From The Editor: Highlighting public art

In this issue of El Paso Inc. Magazine, we take a look at the city's Public Art Program, which showcases the work of talented artists from the borderland and beyond.

Club Corner

Whether it’s the best way to prune rose bushes or tips on harvesting vegetables, members of the El Paso County Master Gardeners Association have the answers at their green fingertips.

Love My Ride

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    “This is the reason we exist – 2020 was a year that a lot of people fell on hard times, that normally would be prosperous. ... We’ve been proud to be able to have our initiatives go through this year, because if not this year, then when?”

    What we're Reading

    El Paso Reads

    Short Story

      “Down the Line,” by Edward Vidaurre, originally appeared in the “Chicano Blood Transfusion” short-story collection. A Boyle Heights, California, native, Vidaurre is the publisher and editor-in-chief of FlowerSong Press and the author of several poetry collections. He is the 2018-2019 City of…

      Artist Spotlight

        “Le Reve,” French for “the dream,” is a captivating piece that exemplifies Hal Marcus’ self-taught folk-style artwork that carry messages of peace, love and beauty.

        Off-roading drives adrenaline rush

        Pulling up to Far East El Paso to the area known as Red Sands on a lush 60-degree Sunday afternoon, you'll see dozens of off-road vehicles kicking up dust. 

        Transforming public spaces

        Beyond confined gallery spaces, public art extends into the real world where audiences are engaged – often without realizing so.

        Street(car) Talk

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        Brooke Underwood, who runs convention development for the City of El Paso as assistant general manager of Visit El Paso, says “leisure tourism was strong” here before the pandemic hit last spring.

        Second Act



        A wise French chef from a Pixar movie once said, “Anyone can cook.” And he’s right. With some thoroughly tested recipes and a few crucial pieces of kitchen advice, any home cook can succeed in the kitchen. From doubling the sauce to salting at every stage, here’s the advice that New York Tim…

        Beyond The Bottle


        At-home workouts were not only a trend in 2020; they were a must. Many who were adapting to new schedules and staying home found an efficient way to stay healthy and fit, and that was with HIIT workouts.


        In the age of a pandemic, more and more people are looking to experience luxury and relaxation in the comfort of their homes.


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