• January 17, 2022

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Group to Re-Open Old Wigwam Theatre as a Museum

A local group that’s been leading Ghost Tours around the city is now looking to bring back a building from the dead. Henry Flores, President of the Wigwam Museum, has been in the business of El Paso’s past for some time now. For almost ten years, Flores and company have led tourists on ghost tours throughout the […]Read More

Local Firm reveals new Downtown Apartments with Ballpark View

Local architecture firm Exigo unveiled a new, downtown apartment project that would give residents virtual luxury box views of Chihuahuas basball games. According to the firm’s website, they are working with another local company – METI, Inc –  on the $750k project. Information provided in the project description shows 2016 as the completion date. The three-story […]Read More

Li’l Deadpool Adventure Diary Parody

Li’l Deadpool Super Duper Secret Asgardian intelligence Excursion Codename: Prowling Panther Let me level with you guys, I’m really bad at keeping secrets. I keep a dream journal. Dr. McCoy says it should stay private and out of the hands of anyone who has the capacity to read. However, Dr. Phil says that for people to […]Read More

Miners Sweep LA Tech with Sunday’s 8-0 Win

Danielle Pearson pitched her second-career shutout and Courtney Clayton tallied three RBI, as the UTEP softball team took down LA Tech, 8-0 (five innings) to complete the weekend sweep at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The Miners (12-18, 3-3 Conference USA) evened their league record, while the Lady Techsters (16-9, 0-3 C-USA) have lost […]Read More

Annie’s Adventures: Guns and Roses

Howdy neighbors, it is another Sunday Funday. Let’s do a quick recap of the past 2 weeks adventures. Maybe something or some place will pique your interest for your next local adventure. As you all know, this month is “National Baller on a Budget month”. Every Sunday I go on a different hike around our […]Read More

UTEP Softball Wins Two Against LA Tech

The UTEP softball team ended a six-game skid after taking down LA Tech, 13-7, in game one, while following with an exciting game two victory, 7-6 in eight innings, on Saturday afternoon at the Helen of Troy Softball Complex. The Miners (11-18, 2-3 Conference USA) belted out 15 hits, including a Kiki Pepi solo home […]Read More

TTUHSC Medical Students Learn Match Results

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso Paul L. Foster School of Medicine class of 2016 learned the results of the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) during a celebration Friday, March 18. A total of 73 senior medical students at TTUHSC El Paso were successful in matching to excellent graduate medical education positions. […]Read More

Stargazer Returns to Downtown for KidsPalooza

The El Paso Museum of Art encourages the public to check out Stargazer as it watches over activities at the museum during this weekend’s KidsPalooza. The piece, created by El Paso artists Los Dos, is a 15 foot tall inflatable that is gazing at a floating balloon. The theme of the sculpture takes from popular culture and […]Read More

Animal Services sponsors Low Cost Clinic as Parvo, Distemper Cases

As Parvovirus and distemper cases continue to rise across the borderland, the Animal Services Department looks to combat these diseases by sponsoring a low cost microchip, rabies and parvo/distemper vaccine, and licensing clinic scheduled for this Sunday, March 20. The event will be held from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Animal Services Socorro Road […]Read More

Bianca’s Borderland Beat: Festival Junkies Unite!

“I’m never coming back to El Paso.” ~Naive Bianca, Austin-­bound, 2004. “El Paso could be the next Austin.” ~Recession Bianca, college grad living with parents, 2008. “I #$%! love El Paso.” ~Somewhat Grown­up Bianca, hometown ambassador, present day. El Paso was the invisible high school chick; forever unnoticed until suddenly she’s the bodacious lead singer of […]Read More