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Nolan continues to impress with ‘Dunkirk’

Nolan continues to impress with ‘Dunkirk’

Andres Martinez, Multimedia Editor July 25, 2017

“Dunkirk,” Christopher Nolan’s first historically-based war film, offers the audience everything they’d expect from such an illustrious film director. A stunning IMAX visual format, coupled with action-packed stories and a sonically captivating...

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‘Blair Witch’ a cheap imitation

‘Blair Witch’ a cheap imitation

Andres Gallegos, Contributor September 27, 2016

The American movie industry is in an era of recycled ideas. Hollywood is banking on American audiences’ willingness to pay to watch their favorite heroes of a bygone era or to know what ever became of them. Movies such as “Star Wars VII: The Force...

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The Avalanches make the wait well worth it

The Avalanches make the wait well worth it

Christian Vasquez, Staff Reporter July 12, 2016

It’s been 16 years since “Since I Left You” by The Avalanches melted near 3,500 samples with such intricacy that it was hard to tell where one ended and the other began. Since then, The Avalanches left us with relative silence only interrupted...

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ANiMALSOUL plays at their EP release party at Tricky Falls on Saturday, March 25.

ANiMALSOUL debuts first EP at Tricky Falls

Adrian Broaddus, Sports Editor March 29, 2016

Electrifying groovy indie rock—that is what you get when you listen to ANiMALSOUL’s new EP “Color.” The four-track album, which uses an analog color theme, explores the highs and lows of life. The four-man band debuted this freshman EP on Saturday,...

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BioMetrix is located at 935 Sunland Park Dr. in west El Paso. The clinical gym is taking a different approach to modern exercise.

BioMetrix takes a different approach to nutrition and exercise

Mike Vasquez, Staff Reporter March 29, 2016

Local gym turned medical and wellness clinic, BioMetrix has introduced an unorthodox solution to the problem of staying healthy. Besides providing El Pasoans with a gym and accompanying exercise programs, BioMetrix looks into the biology of health-related...

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Tinder can help you find the one

Mike Vasquez, Staff Reporter March 1, 2016

Four weeks after my dating app experiment, all but “Tinder” have proven useless. Finding respectable women on “Grindr,” I soon discovered, was a futile endeavor.  It does take time to match with someone, but even after that moment when you realize...

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Five bars to check out during spring break

Mike Vasquez, Staff Reporter March 1, 2016

It’s time to start ditching the chocolate stouts for the long island ice teas, and ciders for crisp pilsners, with spring coming in hot and pushing every grain of winter out of the city. For those staying in El Paso, have no fear. We have compiled a...

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To celebrate National Pizza Day on Feb. 9, The Pizza Joint will offer students a free slice of pizza with a valid student I.D.

Local pizzarias embrace El Pasoan’s love for the dish

Julia Hettiger, Staff Reporter February 9, 2016

There is no truer love than pizza, and many local business owners have acted on their love for the dish by opening their own pizza restaurants. National Pizza Day is Feb. 9, and luckily, El Pasoan’s have various choices when ordering the Italian favorite....

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Kopi Coffee located at 205 Cincinnati Ave., is a newly opened coffee shop in the Cincinnati District.

Five local hot spots to take your Valentine

Jose Soto, Entertainment Editor February 9, 2016

Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching, and some people might find themselves drawing a blank thinking about a place to take their date. Here are five suggestions of some of El Paso’s hotspots that will make Valentine’s Day, or any other day, a...

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Customers enjoy spending their time at BarMen, a new bar/restaurant that serves tacos and other traditional Mexican dishes.

BarMen serves up quality food and a good time

Jose Soto, Entertainment Editor November 24, 2015

Few of the local bars are known for their food as much as they’re known for other aspects of their establishment. I am literally sitting here writing this review thinking about the tacos I had last night. It isn’t often that you find a bar that can...

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Rick Moranis stars in the 1986 film Little Shop of Horrors, which was screened on Friday at the eight annual Plaza Theater Classic Film Festival.

‘Oh Mama!’ ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ dazzles at the Plaza Theatre

Julia Hettiger, Staff Reporter August 18, 2015

Last week, the eight annual Plaza Classic Film Festival came to a close on Sunday. Before it screened its last film, the festival hosted the cult classic “Little Shop of Horrors” starring Rick Moranis and Ellen Greene. The film follows a plant shop...

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The motion picture Pixels stars Adam Sandler and Kevin James as a pair of video game enthusiasts who fight off alien video arcade game enemies trying to destroy the planet.

Both “Pixels” and Sandler “catatostrophic”

Julia Hettiger, Staff Reporter August 5, 2015

It’s game over for Adam Sandler in the new motion picture "Pixels." I saw "Pixels," starring Sandler and Kevin James with my father, younger sister and kid cousin, and I can tally the number of times we collectively laughed without running out of...

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