Reading Tom Brown’s missive on the upcoming funeral of the institution of marriage brought back uncomfortable memories of my early years as a Christian.
Graffiti, which was once a pervasive problem on walls and highway signs throughout El Paso, is at its lowest point in nearly a decade, according to city figures.
As the parent of a child transitioning to high school, I am both excited and holding my breath about the next four years.
Perhaps, just perhaps, a nearly three hour tennis ballet — and war of wills — all funneled down to one simple game under the relentless July sun.
El Paso soccer fans draped in U.S. flags and wearing red-white-and-blue cheered Sunday as the women’s national soccer team won its third World Cup title.
It’s difficult to decide how to respond when Donald Trump says something truly goofy. On the one hand, he is a professional provocateur, drawing attention to himself and his brand.
Alan Culpepper will return to El Paso this weekend for a group run, a talk and a book signing at Up and Running, 3233 N. Mesa.
Harper Spier feels that good burn run through her legs as she goes through various plyometric exercises at Spectrum Fitness in Central El Paso.