J.J. Childress wants to make El Paso the best place to live, work and create. He’s not alone. Childress is the president of Progress321, an organization that is dedicated to doing just that.
Love My Ride
You’ve probably seen the El Paso County Sheriff’s Posse and its scarlet red stagecoach at parades and holiday events across the region. But the wagon carries more than toys and Santa at Christmas.
El Paso author and poet Benjamin Alire Sáenz's acclaimed young adult novel, “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe,” is being adapted into a film. Here's an excerpt from the book.
‘Guadalupe and the Madonnas’ takes a fresh and contemporary look at Our Lady of Guadalupe usually depicted in gold or dark Baroque colors.
What We're Reading
In every issue of El Paso Inc. Magazine, we ask El Paso business and community leaders to tell us about their favorite books – what they're reading and what they love about it.
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El Paso Inc. Magazine gathers a sampling of quotes from newsmakers who've been featured in recent stories in El Paso Inc.'s weekly newspaper. Here's who said what and other news to watch:
“As a kid, I thought if you own a business, you’re rich. What a fallacy. But what I’ve learned about myself is that I’m up to the challenge.”
Beyond the Bottle
The coffee and tea season is brewing, and local shops are answering the call for everything from a regular cup of java to unique blends like tres leches or mazapan lattes.
With the holidays in full swing, you're likely focused on gatherings, gifts and grub. After hitting the afterparty menudo (and aspirin bottle), you’ll probably turn your attention to your New Year resolutions – including to lose weight and get fit (and to never ever party like that again).
What’s better during the winter than relaxing outside with your friends and family, a warm cup of hot cocoa and a blanket around a nice fire? Doing it from the comfort of your own backyard.
Christmas trees come and go, but what about greening up your home the rest of the year?
The Golden Age
Experts agree that keeping fit, eating the right foods and building up the immune system help combat the COVID-19 virus and are key to staying generally healthy, especially during our golden age.
On a Friday morning, as borderland commuters scurry to catch buses at the Sun Metro transfer station in Downtown, Rick Francis sits in an empty streetcar.
What's Up Winter Calendar
The live entertainment we longed for during the pandemic has made a notable comeback in the Sun City, and there's plenty more on the way to fill our calendars. Here's a look at What's Up across the borderland.
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