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Monarch showcases spring and summer fashions

Monarch showcases spring and summer fashions

S. David Ramirez, Staff Reporter February 26, 2014

The Monarch night club hosted a showcase of fashion, make-up and hair on Feb. 22. It was meant to show what the El Paso fashion scene has to offer. The clothing was provided by Red Door Boutique and the styling was created by Pin-up and Dye Salon. “I...

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What do you want to fab?

‘What do you want to fab?’

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter February 26, 2014

Fab/rication/Lab/oratory or Fab Lab, has been spreading across the world and has finally hit El Paso. It will open its doors on March 1. Fab Lab supports STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) by engaging the public in fun DIY projects...

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Fashion apps are available in the Play Store and iTunes at no charge.

Fashionable Apps: Personal stylists

Ashley Muñoz, Contributor February 26, 2014

Spring is almost here, now it’s time to switch your boots out for sandals and sunglasses. Take out the fun spring colors and trends that will get you ready to flaunt your spring style. Here are three fashion apps that are available for Androids and...

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Digitalism is scheduled to perform at 7 p.m. on march 1 at the Lowbrow Palace.

The Sun City Digitalized by Duo

Lorain Watters February 18, 2014

The German electronic duo Digitalism will perform for the first time in El Paso on March 1 at 7 p.m., at the Lowbrow Palace. The group is known for their album “Idealism,” which was released in 2007, and for their hit songs “Pogo” and “2...

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‘Fooducate’: let your phone help you live a healthier life

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter February 18, 2014

With individuals trying to keep their New Years’ resolutions and a myriad of people trying to better their eating habits, “Fooducate” is a mobile application that offers many interesting and convenient features to start eating better, lose weight...

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UTEP commemorates Black History Month

UTEP commemorates Black History Month

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter February 18, 2014

This year’s Black History is civil rights in America, and UTEP and the community will be holding special events to celebrate. UTEP’s Department of African American Studies kicked off the university’s Black History Month celebration on Feb. 5...

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The Lego Movie: embrace your inner child

‘The Lego Movie’: embrace your inner child

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter February 18, 2014

Your childhood has finally come to life. The popular toy building blocks, Legos, have been around since the ‘50s, and for those of us who grew up playing with them, it’s almost nostalgic to see the mini figures in theaters. With a mix of CGI and...

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The fashion of Sochi

The fashion of Sochi

Selene Soria, Contributor February 13, 2014

Like any other worldwide spectacle, the Winter Olympic Games have a lot of sparkle. The pride, the honor and the fashion were all combined and on display at the opening ceremony. The athletes dressed in their unique uniforms and paraded joyfully in a...

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Absence in the Time of Valentine’s

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor February 11, 2014

Long-distance relationships are often colored with the stigma of negative outcomes. But every year while students study abroad they come back with culture shock, a high boost of confidence and sometimes with a taken heart. UTEP alumna Lauren Ruiz didn’t...

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Pop-up restaurant offers one-of-a-kind Valentine’s Day

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter February 11, 2014

Tapes Mixedplates—an El Paso-based company dedicated to bringing people together through a series of blogs—will be hosting a new dining experience just in time for Valentine’s Day. Couples may choose to be swept up by a limo, be handed a bottle...

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Places to go for Valentine’s

Places to go for Valentine’s

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter February 11, 2014

El Paso has a variety of events that you can attend, depending on what you would like to do this Valentine’s Day or how much money you will spend, From mariachis and dance, to wine and dinner, pick one of these events or places and you’ll feel like...

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Love is society’s bait for consumerism

Love is society’s bait for consumerism

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter February 11, 2014

Shortly before I began working on this column, I checked my bank account balance.  Now, I sit here writing with a smile on my face from corner to corner.  Why?  Because I won’t be wasting those extra $300 on buying unnecessary and romanticized purchases. ...

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