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An El Pasoan’s personal reflections on the Ottawa attack An El Pasoan’s personal reflections on the Ottawa attack Voces&Blogs Oct 24th Roberto Perezdiaz Ottowa National War Memorial. Photo by Roberto Perezdiaz for Borderzine. By Roberto Perezdiaz Canada’s governmental openness is at risk. Many comments I have read online under the different headlines on the internet indicate many......Read More
Hot dog! It’s the Great Dachshund Stampede Hot dog! It's the Great Dachshund Stampede Entertainment Oct 18th Borderzine Staff A dachshund races across the field at the St. Luke’s Great Dachshund Stampede 2014, Oct. 4. LA UNION, NM — Call them wiener dogs, hot dogs or dachshunds. The folks who turned out for the Great Dachshund Stampede 2014 at......Read More
Feminismo e igualdad en el piso del cabaret Feminismo e igualdad en el piso del cabaret Voces&Blogs Oct 15th Denice Manriquez Photo by David Smith-Soto, Borderzine.com EL PASO — En el piso del cabaret Dreams, Jaguar’s, Tequila Sunrise o cualquier otro, se encuentra el dólar, el “todopoderoso”, mojado, no por culpa de las bailarinas exóticas,......Read More
Song inspires writer to search for nameless victims in ‘Deportees’ plane crash Song inspires writer to search for nameless victims in 'Deportees' plane crash Art & Cultura Oct 14th Elvin Alves EL PASO — Folksinger Woody Guthrie wrote a poem In 1948 about a plane crash that year in which 32 people lost their lives near Los Gatos Creek in the Diablo mountain range of California. The flight was carrying 28 migrant farmworkers......Read More
Images of Latinos in U.S. culture to be examined in 1-night lecture, exhibit at UT El Paso Images of Latinos in U.S. culture to be examined in 1-night lecture, exhibit at UT El Paso Art & Cultura Oct 13th KateGannon The UTEP Department of Communication and the Chicano Studies program presents a lecture and exhibit by Dr. William Anthony Nericcio that examines American visual culture reflecting images and stereotypes of Latinas/os. The event,......Read More
David Smith-Soto – Seeing life on the streets through my Leica David Smith-Soto – Seeing life on the streets through my Leica Art & Cultura Oct 12th David Smith-Soto LAS CRUCES, NM — My dad used to say that if Hitler hadn’t started World War II I wouldn’t have been born anywhere, but especially not in Costa Rica. My dad, Leon Smith, was 19, a gangly six-foot tall Jewish kid from Washington,......Read More
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