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The Prospector

The Color Run shares the colors of fun with El Paso

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 13, 2013

With the constant rainy weather that El Paso has been experiencing, it wouldn’t be unusual for a colorful rainbow to appear this weekend. However, this will happen not because of the weather, but because the Happiest 5K on the planet has finally...

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J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series made a deal with Warner Bros. Thursday.

J.K. Rowling partners with Warner Bros. for new series

Lorain Watters, Assistant News Editor September 12, 2013

With the final installment of the Harry Potter series in 2011, things have been pretty quiet—unless you re-watch and re-read the series repeatedly like myself. For the most part, the Harry Potter world seems to be fading, unless you are one of the...

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Luis Miguel, Greatest Hits Tour visits El Paso

Leonardo Montañez, Staff reporter September 12, 2013

From mariachi to bolero, Luis Miguel and his “The Hits Tour” delivered a great concert to the fans, with a great show, sound and his most well-known songs at the Don Haskins Center Sept. 11. The center was almost filled by his adoring fans, who...

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Air, Earth, Fire, Water  by Luis Jimenez

UTEP librarian to showcase his works at the El Paso Museum of Art

Leonardo Montañez, Staff reporter September 12, 2013

Local art collector and UTEP librarian, Juan A. Sandoval II, will be exhibiting his work: “An Expansive Regard: Selected Works from the Collection of Juan Sandoval“ at the Gateway Gallery at the El Paso Museum of Art. He will showcase more than 100...

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El Paso joins Mexico in celebrating 16 de septiembre

El Paso joins Mexico in celebrating 16 de septiembre

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 11, 2013

With 16 de septiembre just around the corner, not only is Mexico getting ready to celebrate 203 years of independence but El Paso has also joined the festivities. Take a look at the following events you, your family and friends can attend to this coming...

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Breaking Bad: “To’hajiilee” recap

Breaking Bad: “To’hajiilee” recap

Oscar Garza, Contributor September 10, 2013

If there is one thing that “Breaking Bad” has always been great at is escalating the action toward something unexpected and unbearably tense–and this episode was a prime example of exactly that. And boy, does it do it perfectly. Starting with...

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Boba Fest is showcasing Daniel Logan (Boba Fett) on Sept. 21 at the Camino Real.

Boba fest comes to a galaxy near you

Nadia Garcia, Staff Reporter September 10, 2013

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, an unaltered child clone named Boba Fett rescued his father figure, Jango, only to later witness his death by decapitation. Now Boba Fett, the bounty hunter from “Star Wars,” arises once again in El Paso...

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(Top) The Pill can be found on Amazon for $199. (Bottom) The Jawbone Jambox can be found on Amazon for $152..

The jawbone jambox vs. pill beats speakers

Jaime Quesada, Contributor September 10, 2013

Everything manufactured these days seems to be crafted for the sole purpose of making your life more portable. However, audio companies, Jawbone and Dr. Dre Beats have stepped up to make sure you never have to rely on your laptop or smartphone speakers...

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Erace3 is hosting its second annual Running Dead 5K race on Nov. 2 at Ascarate Park.

Running Dead zombies take over El Paso once more

Leonardo Montañez, Staff Reporter September 10, 2013

Erace3 will be staging their Running Dead zombie race on Nov. 2 at Ascarate Park. According to Brian Guzman, spokesperson for Erace3, Running Dead El Paso is going to be an obstacle and flag race that wil gather funds for five different charities. “Running...

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Artist Guild to host inaugural event

S. David Ramirez, Staff reporter September 6, 2013

The El Paso Artist Guild, a non-profit, will be hosting an inaugural exhibition to raise money and awareness of their organization. The guild is dedicated to helping artists and musicians find affordable health care. The show will feature art and live...

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Someone fits in my suitcase

Someone fits in my suitcase

Alejandro Alba, Travel Correspondent September 5, 2013

I’m currently taking applications for anyone interested in traveling in a 32’’ bag for eight hours to London. Well, if only. But really, I can fit a person and a chihuahua dog in one of my suitcases. Manchas and I do fit in one suitcase comfortably. The...

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Zombies take over El Paso

Zombies take over El Paso

September 4, 2013

On a late August evening, locals at the Grocery Gallery were having a night out listening to some local bands when a small drove of zombies slowly made their way from across the street into the unsuspecting venue. “We announced this year’s EPCON...

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