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Club Corner

Celebrating its 70th anniversary, the El Paso Art Association has served as a hub for seasoned and up-and-coming artists across the borderland.

Love My Ride

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What we're Reading

El Paso Reads

Summer is a season of road trips and outdoor get-togethers and both of those things include fun food. That’s why José Ralat’s new book, “American Tacos: A History and Guide,” is a great summer read.

Short Story

“A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant’s Son” is excerpted from “Rosary on the Border,” one of more than a dozen short stories in “A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant’s Son” by Sergio Troncoso and published by El Paso’s award-winning Cinco Puntos Press, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.

Artist Spotlight

    TABLEWARES: Phillip John Romero’s work centers on ceramic tableware – bowls, plates and cups – which he considers a rehabilitative passion. The Army veteran served two combat tours in Iraq, and was medically discharged. He graduated from Riverside High School, earned degrees in ceramics and …

    Best Pet Ultimate Supreme Winner

    Best Pet Finalists

      Earlier this year, we invited pet owners to compete in El Paso’s Best Pet. Participants submitted photos of their pets – of all species – to one or more of 10 categories. Readers then voted online for the top pets in each category.

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      Remember the days when our lives were so busy we didn't even have time to think? We were overworked, overscheduled and overextended.

      Streetcar Talk

      Second Act

      Timi Haggerty-Muñoz spent 20 years as a writer, copy editor and researcher before pausing to truly listen to her heart.


      As stay-at-home orders are relaxed, families, especially those with young children, are venturing outside for a dose of sunshine.

      We Salute You!

        It’s impossible to capture every person, every profession, waging the war against the COVID-19 pandemic that has us at its mercy. From medical workers to grocery store clerks to delivery drivers, the role you play to protect us and keep society moving has never been more important to our com…


        So you’re having to reschedule your spring break or summer vacation plans that got scrapped due to the COVID-19 pandemic? You’re not alone.

        Beyond The Bottle



        If you’ve been thinking about building a backyard kitchen, you’ll have to balance budget, space, safety and creativity. Consider the following when moving forward with a project:


        Social Security

          Many of you who receive Social Security retirement, supplemental security income, disability or veterans benefits likely have already received the economic impact payment issued by the government to help offset the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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