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Craft and Social  is open Monday-Friday 4 p.m.-12 a.m. and until 1 a.m. on weekends.

Craft and Social caters to beer and wine enthusiasts

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter February 4, 2014

As Downtown El Paso begins to pulsate with new businesses opening their doors, a new establishment is catering to beer and wine enthusiasts alike. Craft & Social opened its doors Jan. 18 and is located on 305 East Frank-lin St. The owners of...

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“Call for Condor” will be performing at The Lowbrow Palace on Feb. 8 at 9 p.m

Call for Candor, lets music be more than a job

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter February 4, 2014

Call for Candor, a local indie band has gained popularity throughout the music scene––marking their territory in El Paso since 2012. Currently formed by UTEP students the lineup consists  of Rene Carbajal junior economics and finance major, Eric...

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Frustrating, yet addicting

Frustrating, yet addicting

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter February 4, 2014

Soaring though the air is a little bird with white wings called “Flappy Bird,” which now has over 250,000 downloads. Released in September, “Flappy Bird” has endured every update and has gone viral around the world. The goal of the game is...

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Le dan “Sazón de Mujer” al teatro de Fox Fine Arts

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter February 3, 2014

Cada platillo tiene su sazón y, al parecer, cada mujer tiene su propio platillo en la vida también. En la obra “Sazón De Mujer”, dirigida por Julia Sosa, se iluminan los obstáculos y esfuerzos que la mujer enfrenta por medio de la cocina. La...

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S. David Ramirez, staff reporter

A bumpy, but progressive ride of queer programming

S. David Ramirez, @dave_prospy, Staff reporter January 30, 2014

Two new television shows focus on the LGBTQIA community this spring while one “Post-Gay” show makes an exit. “Chozen” and “Looking” keep the lens focused on gay characters. The approach of each property is drastically different, but it...

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Pickaxe unveils the work of 12 esteemed artists

Pickaxe unveils the work of 12 esteemed artists

Lesly Limon January 28, 2014

  The 12 local artists who were challenged to cover a 7-foot canvas —shaped like a pickaxe—into a commemorative piece of art in October, unveiled their work Jan. 27 at the Union Building East. Artists were given the option to share...

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Local gallery fosters space for artists

Local gallery fosters space for artists

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter January 28, 2014

  Located on the corner of Overland near downtown El Paso stands a unique stone building that houses local creativity. At the Rock House Gallery, local artists, poets and musicians show off their work without having to pay for the set up...

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“Ghosts” is available in stores for $15.

‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ DLC Onslaught features four new maps

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter January 28, 2014

In “Ghosts,” the latest “Call of Duty” installment, players can fire through the battlefield, underwater and space. The game featured updated graphics, new weapons, larger maps and survival mode extinction. “I appreciate that the graphics...

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The Emmy award winning PBS-show “One Square Mile” chose the southern region of El Paso as their focal area for their highly acclaimed documentary series, focusing on the different aspects of the Segundo Barrio to highlight the often forgotten about section of El Paso.

Documentary successfully casts new light on Segundo Barrio

Jose Soto, Staff reporter January 23, 2014

The Emmy award winning PBS-show “One Square Mile” chose the southern region of El Paso as their focal area for their highly acclaimed documentary series, focusing on the different aspects of the Segundo Barrio to highlight the often forgotten about...

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Get Reel Film Series ready to reel in audiences with a great line-up

Get Reel Film Series ready to reel in audiences with a great line-up

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter January 23, 2014

Get Reel Film Series is ready to start popping the corn kernels and reeling in some great films this spring semester.   The line-up features some of the best films released this past year, a couple of which have been nominated for Oscars. “Captain...

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I gathered the courage to ask a professional reporter to take a picture of me at the White House press room podium. I didn’t want to seem like the eager, over-excited new comer, but I had no choice. I was at the White House.

Keep your cool, people are nice

Alejandro Alba, SHFWire reporter January 22, 2014

“Look professional,” I told myself as I walked into the White House through what I thought was the main entrance. It was my first time walking into the most popular house in the U.S. Of course, I would be excited and nervous. I constantly restrained...

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“Miner Strong: A Century of Sports at UTEP” will be on display until March 18: The Centennial Museum is open Tues.–Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is free.

Centennial Museum encourages the community to be involved with UTEP celebration

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter January 21, 2014

The Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens has  launched “The Centennial Exhibit Series.” The series features exhibitions that will help enhance the knowledge of UTEP history and traditions. They have also started a Centennial Tour Series...

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