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Recycling is one bin too far for most El Paso businesses Recycling is one bin too far for most El Paso businesses Featured May 19th Natalia Aguilar EL PASO — For most El Paso residents recycling has become a part of their daily lives. City householders own a blue container used for recycling purposes only, but this differs from commercial recycling thus making the process more......Read More
Imperial Valley has its first film and art festival Imperial Valley has its first film and art festival Art May 13th Justin Orsino Inaugural Imperial Valley Film Festival & Artist Showcase at the Imperial Valley Mall on May 6 & 7, 2011 EL CENTRO, Calif.–A new and different kind of life was breathed into the abandoned Anchor Blue store in the Imperial......Read More
Standing on the borderline, Obama embraces immigration reform Standing on the borderline, Obama embraces immigration reform Featured May 13th Jacqueline Devine President Obama at Chamizal National Memorial. (Jacqueline Devine/Borderzine.com) EL PASO — President Barrack Obama embarked on a trip to Texas on Tuesday and paid a visit to El Paso to renew his push for immigration reform reminding......Read More
Mom and daughter graduate together into a new awareness Mom and daughter graduate together into a new awareness Featured May 13th Saray Argumedo EL PASO – Ambar Calvillo told her mother over dinner she was madly in love with another woman. Although Irma Calvillo was shocked, she accepted her daughter to the fullest and then had to suffer through strong criticism from her......Read More
Popular culture offers a different way to evaluate the immigration experience Popular culture offers a different way to evaluate the immigration experience Music May 13th Paola Chavez EL PASO — Immigration on the U.S.-Mexico borderland is portrayed in popular culture as criminal and illegal to audiences that are disconnected from the reality of immigrants who cross the border to save their families from poverty......Read More
Richard Yanez Celebrates the Sun City with his Writing Richard Yanez Celebrates the Sun City with his Writing News Features May 5th Miguel Cervantes Richard Yanez, author of the novel “Cross Over Water” autographs a copy of his book during a signing at the UTEP campus Friday, April 22, 2011. (Miguel J. Cervantes/Borderzine.com) EL PASO – Cross over Water, the latest novel......Read More
New magazine guides Nuevos Paisanos through the American labyrinth New magazine guides <em>Nuevos Paisanos</em> through the American labyrinth Featured Apr 29th Ytzel Arrunada EL PASO — Mario Fernandez, 45, crossed the border illegally in search of opportunity and a better life, but he found himself here without rights or guidance and countless unanswered questions. But now, a new publication is on their......Read More
Dancing man scares drivers on I-10 New magazine guides <em>Nuevos Paisanos</em> through the American labyrinth News Features Apr 28th Alejandra Matos El Paso — When Patricia Vega headed to work Thursday morning in her navy blue Ford Explorer, she never imagined she would be the stage for a ballerina dance spectacle in the middle of Interstate 10. “I saw traffic started slowing......Read More
Neon Desert Music Festival to light up the Sun City Neon Desert Music Festival to light up the Sun City Featured Apr 28th Beatriz Castaneda EL PASO  – Skies will illuminate here and the Franklin Mountains will reverberate during the city’s first Neon Desert Music Festival that will take place Saturday, April 30 with international, national, regional and local talent. (Courtesy......Read More
Information alleviates the anguish of autism Information alleviates the anguish of autism Multimedia Apr 28th Brenda Sanchez Autism, local stories EL PASO – As Perla turned from two-years-old to three, her mother began to notice that the little girl was having trouble learning to speak and relating to other children. Perla lived in her own little world. Her......Read More