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Top Android and iOS apps in the market

Top Android and iOS apps in the market

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter June 17, 2014

The summer has started out hot and so are these apps. Here are some of the apps that made the top-trending list in the app stores for iOS devices and Google Play for Android phones. "Two Dots" Price: Free Developer: Betaworks One Category: Game Platform:...

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The Southwest University Stadium provides various food options for attendees. Some include Peter Piper Pizza, Leo’s Mexican Restaurant and Juárez Dog.

Baseball fans experience variety

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter June 17, 2014

Walking into the Southwest University Baseball Stadium for the first time is quite an experience. There are plenty of vendors, the seating can be confusing and the stadium is pretty big—way bigger than what it looks like from the outside. With the...

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Manager Jorge Camañez holds a piggy bank, a pottery piece that was finished by a customer.

Clay your way to a family-friendly fun

Ashley Muñoz, Staff Reporter June 17, 2014

There is a place in El Paso where you can feel like an artist. At The Clayground, a pottery-making and painting studio, offers a family-fun adventure.  Located at 5860 N. Mesa, At The Clayground, which will be renamed as StonePainters, is a paint-your-own...

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Three Days Grace will perform at 7 p.m. on June 21st at The Budweiser main stage.

StreetFest exceeds fans expectations

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor June 10, 2014

El Paso continues to be entertained by numerous events such as the annual StreetFest, which will take place downtown on June 21-22––tuning everyone to the same happy frequency. Three Days Grace and The All-American Rejects will be featured on the...

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El Paso Sun City pride fest promotes awareness

El Paso Sun City pride fest promotes awareness

Aaron Montes, Staff Reporter June 8, 2014

On June 8, the El Paso Sun City Pride organization held a block party in front of Cleveland Park as part of their 7th annual pride week. Attendees were able to enjoy talent shows, art, music, food and each other’s company. Hundreds of attendees made...

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Jersey Boys to perform at The Plaza Theatre until June 1.

Crowd ooh’s and aah’s over ‘Jersey Boys’

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor May 28, 2014

Oh what an opening night it was for the "Jersey Boys" cast on May 28 at the Plaza Theatre. Winning audiences hearts since its Broadway debut in 2005, it was inevitable to stop the El Paso crowd from loving it as much, if not more. Written...

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Neon Desert Music Festival 2014

Michaela Roman and Amanda Guillen May 26, 2014

With only two main stages and thousands in attendance, Neon Desert Music Festival serves its fourth year of bringing live entertainment to the borderland. NDMF became a two-day event for the first time this year. The festival brought music from a variety...

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Morrissey performs for his fans at The Plaza Theater.

Morrissey gives impressive yet unfinished performance

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter May 14, 2014

Fifty-four-year-old international English singer and lyricist Morrissey performed at The Plaza Theatre on May 13 as part of his American tour, which brought out a legion of fanatics of all ages and from all walks of life. The tour began on May 7 at...

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Morrissey to perform at The Plaza

Morrissey to perform at The Plaza

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter May 9, 2014

Morrissey, who rose to fame with the popular 1980’s band The Smiths, will perform at The Plaza Theatre on his El Paso stop on May 13. International English singer and lyricist Morrissey will embark on his U.S. tour beginning on May 7 and concluding...

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UDT does justice to broadway’s renowned production

UDT does justice to broadway’s renowned production

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor May 6, 2014

Patience is a virtue, and the UTEP Dinner Theatre proved this to be true when they finally got the extraordinary opportunity to stage the premier of Victor Hugo’s novel “Les Misérables.” The atmosphere was filled with excitement as the audience...

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A canvas of colorful opportunities

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Every Saturday, artists, local farmers and business owners gather at the Union Plaza to share their latest crafted art and products with the community. Additionally, the Downtown Artist and Farmers Market has also attracted UTEP alumni, allowing them...

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Time Capsule to engage future generations

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Students from an organizational communication class were put in charge of creating a time capsule in  order to celebrate the university’s centennial year. To do so, they created a Facebook page for students to submit photos of the campus regarding...

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