Every year in the United States, over 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer, and every year 32,000 men die because of it. In fact, prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among men, behind lung cancer, and the front line in the fight against the disease is right here in El Paso.
Archive for May, 2011
Each summer, El Pasoans and tourists look forward to the colorful theatrical performance known as Viva El Paso. Singers, dancers and many other performers from the area display their talents in the summer-long showcase sponsored by the El Paso Association for Performing Arts. However, recently, two big stains on the show’s reputation have many wondering if El Paso is witnessing the beginning of the end for Viva El Paso.
I held on to my fiancé’s hand, tensing up my shoulders all the while enjoying this exhilarating ride with the humid Louisiana air hitting my face. I had no idea what to expect. I was just excited that we had finally stepped into the land of so many legendary jazz performers.
Words & Photos by Rachel Escobar The Mission Trail Art Market, located in San Elizario at the Veteran’s Memorial Plaza, was founded in 2009 to promote local artists and craftsmen. Although it is small and somewhat quaint, over 50 regional artists showcase their respective mediums every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. come rain [...]
As one of El Paso’s most respected nonprofit organizations, El Paso Pro Musica has evolved from chamber music to local cultural catalyst. Each year the organization pushes to bring world-renowned artists to our border metroplex to promote the arts and the 2011-2012 concert season seems to be no different.
MaxMina Consigned Designs opened exactly one year ago in June of 2010 when Patricia Martin and Carol Vasquez decided to sell contemporary, high-end fashions in good to perfect condition. Co-Owner Patricia Martin sat down with TSM to let us in on her fashion secrets and what it means to be a consignor.