Here’s a thought: With so much concern over social media companies and what’s happening to democracy, why don’t politicians quit using the platforms? After all, politicians should be partly to blame for helping these companies amass such staggering audiences. How many users did Trump bring t…
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In 2006, the city of El Paso created the Public Art Program by ordinance. Housed in the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, the ordinance allots 2% from every municipal capital project to integrate original artwork.
Through Diez y Seis de Septiembre, Mexican Independence Day, the El Paso Museum of Art and the Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez present the Fifth Transborder Biennial, a fascinating look at El Paso, Juárez and the entire Borderland through the eyes of artists from both sides of the line.
International Business Column
Start planning for your future by setting up an estate plan that will provide direction and guidance to your family and loved ones. During difficult and uncertain times, it is important to keep what you will want to be done with your investments, your possessions and more top of mind. Estate…
With the uncertainty of COVID-19, many Americans are faced with the fear of market fluctuations. While it may be a challenge to keep calm through the market’s ups and downs, these fluctuations are part of the normal process. Investors should not make rash decisions based on the fluctuations …
The Miners Kids Club program has been revamped to get young UTEP fans more involved with university athletics and community initiatives.
We absolutely love seeing El Paso and Juárez natives excelling in the fashion world! So we’re especially thrilled to tell you about Leigh Elena Navarro, a 1996 Coronado High School grad who will visit the city next week from her home in Austin. This gifted designer and entrepreneur has her o…
Letters to the Editor
Re: “State commission considers El Paso Historic District” by David Crowder, Jan. 17-23, 2021 page 3A:
As is my custom at election time, I offer my recommendations in the contested El Paso judicial races on the Dec. 12 ballot. Early voting runs through Dec. 8.
Re: “Margo vs. Leeser” by David Crowder, Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2020 page 1A:
On behalf of BBVA USA, its El Paso Advisory Board of Directors, and its El Paso employees, I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the family of Yolanda Arriola. She was not only one of our valued local advisory board members, but she was also a wonderful friend.
I am appealing for your vote for my father-in-law, Dee Margo, in his bid for mayor. I have the good fortune to have in-laws that have enriched my life and supported me to be the best version of myself. That is what Dee hopes to continue to do for El Paso.
Re: “From the founder” by Tom Fenton, Nov. 8-14, 2020 page 7A:
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