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UTEP’s open house celebrates the university’s centennial UTEP's open house celebrates the university's centennial Featured Apr 24th Flores, Salcedo and Jimenez EL PASO — The University of Texas at El Paso celebrated its 100th year by opening up the campus to the community to let residents discover what the university offers its 21ist century students. The public was encouraged to visit......Read More
UTEP prepares to host Baja Buggy Race UTEP prepares to host Baja Buggy Race Sports Apr 24th Emily Slape A mechanical engineering student puts his skills to use as he welds the frame of the Mad Pete’s Motorsports buggy together. Photo credit: Emily Slape EL PASO — Wearing tight-fitting safety glasses, two engineering students concentrate......Read More
Poet Leslie Ullman to share her Progress on the Subject of Immensity in UTEP reading Poet Leslie Ullman to share her <em>Progress on the Subject of Immensity</em> in UTEP reading Art Apr 21st Borderzine Staff EL PASO — In a casita lined with windows looking out over the high desert landscape of Taos, New Mexico, eyes filled with space and light, poet Leslie Ullman’s mind cleared. Author Leslie Ullman is scheduled to read from her new......Read More
The Lyrid Meteor erupts into April’s celestial showers The Lyrid Meteor erupts into April's celestial showers Apr 17th Victor Garcia This image by NASA, on the night of April 21, shows the 2012 Lyrid meteor shower. The lights of Florida are clearly visible to the right of the meteor. Cuba, the Florida Keys and the eastern Gulf Coast shoreline are also visible. Photo......Read More
Die-hard Breaking Bad fans can still relive the drama in person on the BaD Tour Die-hard <em>Breaking Bad</em> fans can still relive the drama in person on the BaD Tour Apr 17th Yvette Kurash Tour guests are surprised when they find out that a family lives inside “Walter White’s house.” Photo credit: Yvette Kurash Almost seven months have passed and many are still mourning the loss of their favorite anti-hero,......Read More
Los documentales aumentan en el 30.° Festival de Cine Latino de Chicago Los documentales aumentan en el 30.° Festival de Cine Latino de Chicago Film Apr 11th Doreyde Vázquez Poster promocional de la 30.a edición del Festival de Cine Latino de Chicago. CHICAGO — Animación, comedia, documental y drama son sólo algunas de las categorías que se presentarán en la 30.ª edición del Festival de Cine......Read More
El bar más antiguo de Ciudad Juárez inventó la margarita y la sigue sirviendo El bar más antiguo de Ciudad Juárez inventó la margarita y la sigue sirviendo Featured Mar 21st Karina Moreno CD. JUAREZ — En el puente Paso del Norte, cruce internacional entre El Paso y Ciudad Juárez, una marea de personas, vendedores ambulantes y autos se alinean para cruzar al país vecino, mientras los famosos lavadores de carros......Read More
Football coaches debate the possible benefits and dangers of marijuana use Football coaches debate the possible benefits and dangers of marijuana use Featured Mar 20th Derek Benson EL PASO — The week before the Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks Head Coach, Pete Carroll was asked about his thoughts on the use in the NFL of medicinal marijuana, which is legal in the state of Washington. Carroll said that the NFL......Read More
Los roles de Muñoz, de directora a prostituta Los roles de Muñoz, de directora a prostituta Art Mar 14th Marlin Bucio Marcela Muñoz personifica Lizzy, una prostituta de la obra “La Fulana Respetuosa” de Jean-Paul Sartre. (Elio Leturia/Borderzine.com) CHICAGO — El reto de personificar diferentes roles en el teatro ha sido una constante......Read More
Longtime El Paso sports writer Ray Sanchez remembers the laughs and the tears Longtime El Paso sports writer Ray Sanchez remembers the laughs and the tears Sports Mar 6th Victor Garcia EL PASO — Ray Sanchez, considered the first Hispanic sports writer in El Paso, has a long view of local sports history and he remembers the stories that made him laugh and cry in his latest book. “I had a lot of happy parts in......Read More