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2nd annual Locals Week to feature homegrown El Paso musicians

El Paso International Music Foundation ‘Local’s Week’ returns with more musicians and more venues.

“The El Paso International Music Foundation’s intent during Locals Week is to highlight and shed a spotlight on our city’s talented musicians to further their mission of connecting the El Paso community and its local artists,” EPIMF Officials shared.

Throughout the year, the non-profit organization has provided local musicians with various workshops, mixers, music business education, and community outreach initiatives.

One of those initiatives includes bridging local artists and the El Paso community during Locals Week.

Last year, Locals Week drew over 2,000 attendees across nine different venues in and around the downtown area with bands and artists ranging from rock, jazz to hip-hop.

This year it returns bigger and better than ever with an even longer roster of musicians, bands and venues spanning a larger footprint across the city of El Paso. This year’s venues will include, Good Times, Love Buzz, San Carlos Building, The Lowbrow Palace, B-17’s Oyster Pub, INTL, Monarch, Neon Rose, The District, Pizza Joint, and the El Paso Street Car.

The public is invited to support local musicians during Locals Week with many of the shows charging no cover or a minimal cover charge of $5.

At least five of the venues will also be open to people of all ages with the rest set at 21+.

Locals Week begins Wednesday, September 25th through Saturday, September 29, 2019.

RISE to Host Volunteer Project at Bowie Gardens for Millenials

RISE will host its second event of the year, “Hope Grows,” at the Bowie Jardines – Spanish for gardens –  at Bowie High School. The group will roll up their sleeves to plant and prepare the garden for the spring crop.

Officials with the group say the purpose of RISE is to empower and build a community of next generation professionals who want to volunteer and discover their role in helping to tackle El Paso’s complexities and major issues.

Their Saturday event is being held “to encourage healthy lifestyles by way of nutritious eating and reduction of stress via gardening.”

The Bowie Jardines were created in 2014, with help from local leaders, school staff, students and nonprofit leaders as a way to beautify the campus and bring agricultural education to the school.

Following the service project, RISE members can hang out at Love Buzz (3011 Pershing Drive) and enjoy some drinks and tacos from Valentine’s Kitchen.

RISE is geared toward Millenials between the ages of 21 and 30 who are working professionals or students interested in immersing themselves in hands-on volunteer projects that are followed by fun-filled happy hours and hangouts.

The Weekly Yelp: Newbies To Note In El Paso

This Weekly is comin’ atcha with a flourishing new biz roundup. Be prepared to bookmark this list of brand spankin’ new locals. These newbies to note are full of flavor and open for business!

Kangnam Style
1550 Hawkins Blvd, El Paso, TX
“Amazing Korean food in El Paso! Their cheese ramyun is perfect, just like in Korea. They also have an extensive sushi menu… They have a full bar and private rooms for karaoke. I definitely will be going back for the ramyun.” – Jill M.

Ode Brewing
3233 N Mesa, El Paso, TX
“I started out with a flight of their beer selection to get the lay of the land. Hands down the stout and the IPA were the champions. The IPA had a nice bold taste of hops. The stout was creamy with a nice bite of coffee flavor.” – Adan L.

Love Buzz
3011 Pershing, El Paso, TX
“The bar is stacked with crafts I had never seen before. Great Divide Brewery turned out to be my favorite and they had more than a couple different beers from that brewery… I heard the best days are Wednesdays at this place.” – Eddie P.

Belle Sucre
1830 Joe Battle Blvd, El Paso, TX
“Belle Sucre is a true El Paso gem and we are all fortunate that they finally opened in the Eastside… This place goes way beyond macs; they make excellent pastries, cakes, and tarts. I highly recommend you try their caramel pecan tart.” – Albert K.

Deadbeach Brewery
406 S Durango St, El Paso, TX
“The flight comes with the Picacho Pearl, the Great Calabaza, the Deadbeach IPA, and the Chuco Cabra… The Chuco Cabra was another dark beer. I obviously liked it because I ordered a full glass of it.” – David T.

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