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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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Support a UTEP Athlete at Orange Fever Fiesta

Aug 18, 2011 No Comments by David

By David Pacheco On Friday, August 26 at 6:30 pm, the Miner Athletic Club will be hosting the Orange Fever Fiesta which is their biggest fund raiser of the year. This year’s Orange Fever Fiesta will be hosted by Archie Manning (Peyton and Eli’s dad) and it will be held at the exquisite Grace Gardens [...]

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Miners of Midway: Vittatoe and Adams make their NFL Debut

Aug 18, 2011 1 Comment by David

By David Pacheco Vittatoe to Adams was the equivalent of Montana to Rice or Aikman to Irvin these past four seasons here at UTEP and now, these two former Miners made their NFL debuts this past weekend. QB Trevor Vittatoe and WR Kris Adams both signed with the Chicago Bears as rookie undrafted free agents [...]

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The TSM Backbone

Jul 26, 2011 No Comments

TSM recently welcomed three marketing interns to the team. Between coordinating the logistics for TSM’s bachelor auction and coming up with innovative marketing ideas, these individuals have been a vital part of TSM’s growth. We’d like to introduce you to Alyssa Borrego, Juan Ornelas and Nowie Solis. Alyssa Borrego is a junior at Notre Dame [...]

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“Crazy Stupid Love”

Jul 20, 2011 No Comments

Here’s your chance to win a pair of passes to the advance screening of Crazy, Stupid, Love showing tonight! Tell us what was the craziest, stupidest thing you did for love? Send your response to thestantonmag@gmail.com today by 2:00pm. Winners will be selected and contacted by e-mail shortly after. Good luck!

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Plant the Seed of Change

Jul 15, 2011 No Comments

On Saturday, July 16, 2011, the Farm Workers Center in El Paso will be screening the award-winning documentary “The Garden.” The film is centered around a 14-acre farming community in south central Los Angeles which has been growing for over 13 years. Attendees will also be privy to a Q&A session with one community activist/farmer who plays [...]

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In Remembrance of My Friend, Aaron Carrillo

Jul 15, 2011 No Comments

By Vicky Diaz Friday was a very sad day for friends and family of two boys, Aaron Carrillo, 16, and Jonathan Cervoni, also 16, who were tragically killed in a drunk driving accident late that night. The drunk driver, identified as Hector Tellez, 32, reportedly collided with the boys’ cars on Loop 375 as they [...]

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Coming Soon: Kern Place Shopping Crawls

Jul 12, 2011 No Comments

Beginning on July 21st, guests who frequent the Old Kern Place shops will have something very exciting to look forward to. Every third Thursday of the month, Luka 7, Hommework, MaxMina, Delia’s and newcomer, J. Luxe Boutique will host a shopping crawl. “Guests can expect various discounts at the five different locations, as well as [...]

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Help El Paso Earn Bid to Host 2015 US Bowling Championships!

Jul 08, 2011 No Comments

Do you all remember that time last year when El Paso hosted thousands of visitors for the 2010 United States Bowling Congress Open Women’s Championships? Whether it’d be via billboards or seeing friendly strangers at your local mom-and-pop restaurants, El Paso was impacted in more ways than just making a few extra friends. Due to the substantial flow [...]

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