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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

    The El Paso chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals for America will kick off its third year with a gathering on Thursday, Feb. 1 from 6-8 p.m. at 5870 Onix Dr. The association helps develop leaders and entrepreneurs in the region by providing professional development opportunitie…

    Wednesday, January 24, 2018

    Indie-rock group STRFKR will take over Tricky Falls at 209 S. El Paso St. next Wednesday, Jan. 31. The band, which hails from Portland, Oregon, performed at previous Neon Desert Music Festivals. Opening for them will be fellow Portlandians and husband-and-wife indie duo, Reptaliens. Tickets …

    The El Paso Museum of Art’s latest exhibit, ‘Ethics, Excess, Extinction,’ explores how humans impact the animal world through consumerism, poaching and pollution. Pictured here is English photographer Nick Brandt’s 2011 photo titled, ‘Line of Rangers Holding Tusks of Elephants Killed at the …

    The San Diego Padres have rebuilt their money league farm system into one of the deepest in baseball, with talented prospects at every position. The El Paso Chihuahuas will soon reap the benefits, as many of the Padres’ top minor league players will soon stop off in the Sun City on their way…

      Multimedia artist Haydee Alonso is known for her abstract work, some of which has been featured in international and national exhibits including last year’s Texas Biennial in Austin. While you can’t classify her work under one category, some have used the words “body architecture” to describ…

      Many medical students are taught this adage: “When you hear hoofbeats, think of horses, not zebras.” It means that we, as physicians, need to remember that common things are common and that we shouldn’t immediately focus on the rare or esoteric.

      Wednesday, January 17, 2018