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Ordinary objects challenge perception in Maximo Gonzalez’ art exhibit Ordinary objects challenge perception in Maximo Gonzalez’ art exhibit Arts Feb 21st Jacqueline Armijo Magnificent Warning Monument by Máximo González. (Jaqueline Armijo/Borderzine.com) EL PASO – Spectators are entangled in an intertwined mess of black cords connected to a red piggy bank, red back scratchers and other red knick-knacks......Read More
Molly sings a siren song on the path to perdition Molly sings a siren song on the path to perdition Featured Feb 15th Andrea Castro EL PASO – When musicians such as Kanye West, Juicy J, or Rick Ross rap about Molly, they’re referring to something much different than the beautiful woman or stripper they typically incorporate into their lyrics. Molly, short......Read More
Los Indios de la Universidad Autónoma presentan una nueva oportunidad en el fútbol profesional de Juárez Los Indios de la Universidad Autónoma presentan una nueva oportunidad en el fútbol profesional de Juárez Featured Feb 8th Iliana Estrada La nueva franquicia de los Indios, ahora auspiciados por la UACJ, espera que los aficionados abracen sus nuevos colores, blanco y azul. (Iliana Estrada/Borderzine.com) CIUDAD JUAREZ – La desafiliación del equipo de fútbol Indios......Read More
Salsa se baila con un poco de gracia y muchísimo esfuerzo Salsa se baila con un poco de gracia y muchísimo esfuerzo Video Feb 7th Karen M Herrejon CHICAGO – La salsa trae felicidad pero mucha gente encuentra que la salsa es el baile tropical más difícil de aprender. “Los mejores bailarines no son necesariamente latinos”, dice Miguel Méndez, instructor de baile......Read More
A childhood dream of becoming a hairstylist led to a lifelong career in cosmetology  A childhood dream of becoming a hairstylist led to a lifelong career in cosmetology Feb 1st Lucia Quinonez EL  PASO – Juliana Jimenez was shaved bald after giving herself a terrible haircut when she was five years old. At 17 she sprouted gray hair, which prompted her to start applying color. After that, she regularly cut, colored and......Read More
Local artists intend to beautify downtown El Paso one alley at a time Local artists intend to beautify downtown El Paso one alley at a time Arts Dec 20th Iris Lopez The Urban Art-Fitters League of El Paso working on "Winter wonderland" at Fourth St. (Iris Lopez/Borderzine.com) El PASO – Sun City artists are showcasing their art in the sun. The main goal of the Urban Art-Fitters League......Read More
The International Eye of the Camera focuses on El Paso photography The International Eye of the Camera focuses on El Paso photography Arts Dec 20th Ernie Chacon El Paso Art Association organized the first annual "International Eye of the Camera". (Ernie Chacon/Borderzine.com) EL PASO – Photographs ranging from the beautiful scenery of the El Paso Mountains to the simplicity of......Read More
El Paso’s cafes – A review by customers El Paso's cafes - A review by customers Multimedia Dec 13th Ivan Pierre Aguirre
El Paso's coffee lovers have more options to enjoy a cup of coffee. (Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Borderzine.com)
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UTEP’s sand mandala elicits eternity through impermanence UTEP’s sand mandala elicits eternity through impermanence Arts Dec 13th Luisana Duarte Venerable Losang Samten. (Luisana Duarte/Borderzine.com) EL PASO – Dressed in brown robes and a white dust mask covering his mouth, a Buddhist monk hunches over and inspects the mandala – a circle decorated with multi-colored sand......Read More
For Isaac Perez the football may be out of sight, but not out of mind For Isaac Perez the football may be out of sight, but not out of mind Featured Dec 13th Shane Hamm EL PASO — It’s third down and eight and wide receiver Isaac Perez needs to make a play for the Burges High School football team. He just hopes he can see the ball. For Perez, the play won’t be just pitch-and-catch like it is......Read More