Archive for September, 2011

Subrosa Union at House of Rock September 24

Sep 22, 2011 2 Comments by Danielle

El Paso-born reggae-rock band Subrosa Union has been up to a whole lot since the last time TSM sat down to talk with the band about their future. With an upcoming tour and a new album on the way, the band, which has been together for 10 years, is charging down the path to ultimate success.

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Mercedes Benz of El Paso and Bazaar Models Present Fashion Week

Sep 19, 2011 No Comments by TSM Staff

By TSM Staff Mercedez Benz of El Paso and Bazaar Models will host its first-ever El Paso Fashion Week. The four-day event will take place September 22 through September 25th. Guests can anticipate a series of events at various venues to include downtown El Paso’s Union Depot and the newly-remodeled Mercedez Benz of El Paso [...]

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Unleashing Creative Energy: Creative Kids Continues Success

Sep 06, 2011 No Comments by Amy

Creative Kids was founded in 1999 with a mission to extend the reach of art and digital media resources to various student population groups through the promotion and demonstration of the power of the arts as an important communication tool for success in the modern world.

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Texas Senator José Rodriguez: Breaking Border City Assumptions

Sep 06, 2011 2 Comments by Danielle

The violence in Mexico has become a media sensation that has provided journalists with the opportunities to spin small, insignificant stories into detailed front page tales, depicting a world full of violence to those who do not reside among the borders.Senator Jose Rodriguez sat down with TSM though to urge communities to think beyond the headlines.

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A Little Off the Top with MP’s Cutt

Sep 06, 2011 2 Comments

You’ve heard of the “Rachel” or the “Katie Holmes;” now get ready for “the Obama.” El Pasoan Marcus Phillip Hatch has been cutting hair for nearly fifteen years; just don’t dare call him a barber.

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The Soulful Side of Candice Reyes

Sep 06, 2011 2 Comments

Somewhere in the middle of El Paso’s booming techno scene, lies the small world of lyrical, soulful jazz. In that world, lives Candice Reyes, a local songbird who has been performing since the age of 13.

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Make Room for Artspace

Sep 06, 2011 No Comments

According to Artspace.org, each unit has extra space (usually 100 to 150 square feet) that the artist can use as a studio. Other design elements, such as high ceilings, large windows, durable surfaces, and wide doorways, accommodate a wide variety of creative processes. Artspace live/work projects also include common spaces that encourage cooperation and community involvement.

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Shop for a Good Cause at Klothes Lime

Sep 06, 2011 2 Comments

For many prominent leaders in society, a chance was the one thing that they needed in order to become successful and influential members of communities. On September 24th, El Paso thrift shop Klothes Lime will partner up with local non-profit, Community Scholars, to make shopping a fun and rewarding experience both for the shopper and the members of Community Scholars as they host “Shop for a Good Cause”.

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Juarez in Pictures

Sep 06, 2011 No Comments

Bruce Berman, a seasoned photojournalist of almost 4 decades, has captured the true grit of what life is through photography, working for various publications such as the Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, Time, and Newsweek, among others.

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Being Irish in the Sun City: The Notre Dame Club of El Paso Invites You

Sep 06, 2011 1 Comment

Here in the Sun City, there are a lot of Notre Dame fans, whether they are alumni, the families of students, or simply just love the Irish. What most people don’t realize though, is that there is an award winning alumni club right here in El Paso, The Notre Dame Club of El Paso to be exact, and it’s not just open to alumni, they want all Irish fans to come out and show their support.

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