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First, the good news: You're moving to a new place, where you'll meet new people and have new experiences. The not-so-good news: You've got to... [Read More]
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Semana Santa, or Holy Week, in Spain is an overwhelming mix of beauty and spirituality, even for those who are neither Catholic nor churchgoers. I've... [Read More]
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Exclusive travel experiences are the hallmark of Luxury Gold, whose collection of 42 small-group journeys offer guests the chance to visit extraordinary destinations, meet remarkable... [Read More]
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When I walked into Tulip's Antiques and Consignments in West El Paso, it reminded me of someone's home. Everywhere I looked in the bright, clean... [Read More]
Victor Ho, co-founder and CEO of FiveStars, at the announcement Tuesday at City Hall. [Read More]
When I'm asked what I love about El Paso, the beautiful Franklin Mountains are always high on my list. How many cities are lucky enough... [Read More]
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Cindy Williams, Susan Goodell and Terri Wyatt... [Read More]
Early voting in the March 6 primary starts Tuesday, and the hottest race in El Paso by far is the six-way Democratic contest for the... [Read More]
Just because Insights El Paso Science Center no longer has a physical location, it doesn't mean the organization doesn't present plenty of learning opportunities related... [Read More]
When it comes to shopping, the last thing people imagine is a setting that reminds them of their grandparent's house. But at Abuelas Gifts and... [Read More]
To say activist and scholar Angela Davis received a warm welcome during her visit to the University of Texas at El Paso is an understatement.... [Read More]
As executive chairman of El Paso-based Hunt Companies, a conglomerate with 6,500 employees nationwide, Woody Hunt is one of the city's most influential businessmen. [Read More]
Longtime painter Antonio Piña's exhibit "Awareness of Unity" opened at Agave Rosa Gallery on Feb. 10. Visitors can see his vibrant work at the gallery... [Read More]
If the promise of spring makes you feel like singing, you're not alone. There's a whole lotta singing going on this season. The stars must... [Read More]
Ah, hope springs eternal. The UTEP Miners introduced their 2018 recruits with great fanfare recently. [Read More]
The El Paso County Medical Society installed its 120th president, Dr. Juan Perez, at a dinner Feb. 7 at the DoubleTree Hotel, 600 N. El... [Read More]
The El Paso Community Foundation held a dessert party to celebrate its women donors on Valentine's Day at the Foundation Room, 333 N. Oregon. [Read More]
Early voting in the March 6 primary starts Tuesday, and the hottest race in El Paso by far is the six-way Democratic contest for the... [Read More]
Two weeks ago, standing on the Syria-Israel border in the Golan Heights, I wrote a column positing that this frontier was the "second most dangerous"... [Read More]
Last Wednesday, nine people joined hands to give thanks for the green chicken enchiladas, beans, fresh vegetables, cookies and Sprite sitting before them at the... [Read More]
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