Sports can engage a community, creating a sense of place, pride and unity.
From The Editor
Don’t be fooled by the name. The Westside Welcome Club of El Paso is open to anyone and everyone.
Love My Ride
Heather Wilson’s life is rooted in flight. “I started so young I’d have to sit on two pillows to be able to look out the window,” Wilson said about riding in her dad’s Piper Cub aircraft when she was just 5.
Who Said What and Other News
“We’re not like other big cities, where people from the outside commute in. Everybody has skin in the game. We’re all neighbors and in the end we’re all serving each other and our families.”
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El Paso Reads
“The Everything I Have Lost” is excerpted from a new young adult book by author Sylvia Zéleny and published by El Paso’s award-winning Cinco Puntos Press, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. The voice in the book is that of Julia, a young Juárez girl whose best friend is he…
LA VILLITA: El Paso artist Dave “Grave” Herrera’s mural of legendary Mexican artist Frida Khalo in West El Paso features an excerpt from a letter she wrote to her husband, renowned painter Diego Rivera. Herrera, 49, also coordinated the “Greetings from El Paso” mural through his company, 3rd…
meet the coaches
Here in the borderland, sports have always played an important role in our quality of life.
A native of Canada, Cory Herman, 45, arrived in the Sun City as a professional player with the El Paso Buzzards ice hockey team in 1999
Edwin Rodriguez likens baseball to life: You’re sure to drop the ball at some point.
downtown hotels welcome you!
When El Paso businessman Paul Foster began renovating the historic Mills Building in Downtown, he noticed another dark, vacant building in the middle of a flurry of redevelopment.
Stephanie Valle’s smile – and no-nonsense, community journalism – has graced our television sets for 18 years.
Walking into Edmund Vera's living room is like walking into a museum, where his framed masterpieces in different sizes grace the walls of his home.
The sportswear market in the U.S. stands at about $62 billion a year, according to the market research company Technavio, and is expected to surpass $100 billion in 2025.
If your vision of a dude ranch includes bunkhouses, outhouses and long flights to Wyoming, you might want to think again.
Beyond The Bottle
Do-it-yourself décor projects are a great way to express your creativity and put a personal touch on your home’s accents.
Social Security offers retirement, disability and survivors benefits. Medicare provides health insurance. Because these services are often related, you may not know which agency to contact for help.
The April 15 deadline to file your federal income tax return (or request and extension) is rapidly approaching. With that in mind, it’s important to note the difference between your earnings record and your benefits statement. In essence, your earnings record shows the earnings you’ve had ea…
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