Donald Trump’s Hollywood star can’t get a rest when it comes to vandalism

President-elect Donald J. Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame continues to be defaced likely by people who are either unhappy that he is going to be the next president and comment he made during the campaign that were deemed inflammatory. As a result, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has had to cover up Trump’s star to prevent others from defacing it again. “We regret that someone would deface a historic landmark,” said Leron Gubler, Hollywood Chamber of Commerce president and CEO in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. “People who have a disagreement with Trump should not take it out on the Walk of Fame. The star will be restored to its original condition as soon as possible,” Gubler said.

El Paso’s new Whole Foods Market raises bar on local food choices

EL PASO – More than 1,000 people daily are shopping at the newly opened Whole Foods Market, supporting local vendors while enjoying organic foods not typically found in El Paso supermarkets. “Our first day open we expected to see a lot of people, but the amount of customers we’ve had has exceeded our expectations,” said Mark Heins, store manager. Whole Foods – founded in Austin in 1980 – has more than 460 stores worldwide and opened in El Paso on Oct. 19 in the heart of the West Side near Coronado High School at the corner of Mesa and Resler streets. “All in all we’ve been having great days, and not only was the public happy we were open but all the employee and management were happy we were open to finally see the El Paso community,” Heins said.

El Paso’s new arena soccer team ready to start season

EL PASO – This Texas city will soon have another professional sports team, the El Paso Coyotes. This time the opportunity will be for an arena soccer team from the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL), an international league for the United States and Mexico. Founded in 2008, the MASL has 21 teams. The El Paso Coyotes inaugural season officially starts on Saturday October 29th when they travel to Allen, Texas to face the Dallas Sidekicks. Their first home game is November 9, when the Dallas Sidekicks travel to the El Paso. The Coyotes will play in the 5,250-seat El Paso County Coliseum, 4100 East Paisano, in the South Central area.