Voces&Blogs

8 things to know when considering becoming a go-go dancer 8 things to know when considering becoming a go-go dancer Art & Cultura Dec 17th Jeraldine Ramos Go-go dancing might seem like an easy job. You just get in front of people at a club or party and dance, right? Wrong. There is so much more to it than just moving around. As a former go-go dancer I learned the hard way that it takes......Read More
Learn more about America’s neighbors in the Caribbean’s Creole region Learn more about America's neighbors in the Caribbean's Creole region Bicultural Dec 7th David Einhorn  Life in the Creole region of the Caribbean FORT-DE-FRANCE, Martinique — Bonjour ! Sa’w fè?  Please allow me to introduce myself.  I am a former aid worker, journalist, musician and all-around n’er-do-well who lives in......Read More
5 pizza combos worth trying in El Paso 5 pizza combos worth trying in El Paso Art & Cultura Dec 5th Renee Malooly EL PASO—My love for pizza is undeniable. I find it fascinating that you could eat pizza every single day of your life and never repeat the same combination. Delectable, creamy cheese that melts in your mouth is the one layer......Read More
Breast cancer shadows my family, redefines womanhood Breast cancer shadows my family, redefines womanhood Voces&Blogs Nov 23rd Marilyn Aleman The years 1989, 2000, 2013 and 2014 scarred the women in my family. The scars remained on their breasts, the same breasts that nurtured their children, the same breasts that marked their rise into womanhood. From left: Dolores Reyes,......Read More
Condenan en El Paso la muerte de los estudiantes y la corrupción en México Condenan en El Paso la muerte de los estudiantes y la corrupción en México Voces&Blogs Nov 20th Borderzine Staff Shine a Light for Mexico! “Ayotzinapa Sin Fronteras” from Jesus Genaro Limon on Vimeo. Por Sharon Murillo EL PASO — El pasado 26 de Septiembre 46 estudiantes de la Escuela Normal Rural “Raul Isidro Burgos” en......Read More
Celebra la Comisión Internacional de Límites y Aguas 125 años de razón y diálogo Celebra la Comisión Internacional de  Límites y Aguas 125 años de razón y diálogo Environment Nov 13th Borderzine Staff Por Myriam Cruz En este año de 2014, estamos de fiesta, celebramos el triunfo de la razón, el diálogo y la diplomacia, celebramos los 125 años del establecimiento de la Comisión Internacional de Límites y Aguas (CILA), con su......Read More
Dale un efectivo “like” a las elecciones – Los millennials no ejercen su derecho al voto Dale un efectivo “like” a las elecciones - Los millennials no ejercen su derecho al voto Voces&Blogs Nov 4th Borderzine Staff Por Elizabeth Giadans Los de la generación del milenio [“millennials” en inglés] vivimos en un tiempo donde hablamos sobre la violencia como si fuera algo regular, común y corriente. Los temas del entretenimiento y deportes......Read More
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
Ebola coverage too important to be a competition, editor tells journalists Ebola coverage too important to be a competition, editor tells journalists Featured Oct 18th Borderzine Staff After reports of an El Paso hospital closing its emergency room over a possible Ebola case burned like wildfire through social media Friday, Bob Moore, editor of the El Paso Times, posted the following cautionary note on his Facebook......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