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Art, Cars & El Paso Pride: Local Artist Fights to Save Lincoln Park

Nov 01, 2011 1 Comment by David

By David Pacheco Inspiration can come from anywhere at any time, just ask local artist Josh Arthur.  Somewhere in between walking along the sandy shores of Pacific Beach, riding a ferry across the Puget Sound, or standing in the front row of an Ice Cube concert, Josh Arthur got the inspiration to become an artist. [...]

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Brandon Wolfram – Serious Business

Oct 04, 2011 1 Comment by David

Brandon Wolfram knows a thing or two about high scores. He was UTEP’s All-Time leading scorer; but now, the former UTEP Basketball player has returned to El Paso to help you improve your credit score.

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Catch Him If You Can: Jack Fields, El Paso Football Standout

Oct 04, 2011 6 Comments by David

Who is Jack Fields? He’s not a secrete spy in a television drama, he isn’t the newest superhero to hit the big screen; Jack Fields is a 5-11, 200-pound senior running back for Americas High School, and one of the most exciting high school players the city of El Paso has ever seen.

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A Little Off the Top with MP’s Cutt

Sep 06, 2011 2 Comments by David

You’ve heard of the “Rachel” or the “Katie Holmes;” now get ready for “the Obama.” El Pasoan Marcus Phillip Hatch has been cutting hair for nearly fifteen years; just don’t dare call him a barber.

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Local Body Builder Muscles El Paso to Better Health

Sep 06, 2011 No Comments

The crowd at Magoffin Auditorium grew silent, as the judges tallied up their votes; Danny Saenz stood on stage helpless, he had already done all he could, now his entire future rested in the hands of the three judges at the annual Sun City Regional Bodybuilding Championships.

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Caveman Craze: Why Everyone is Talking Paleo

Sep 06, 2011 No Comments

Have you heard of the Paleolithic Diet? Perhaps you know it simply as the Paleo Diet. No, it’s not the latest Hollywood diet. In fact it has been around for longer than you think; it’s been around since the dawn of mankind as a matter of fact.

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Support a UTEP Athlete at Orange Fever Fiesta

Aug 18, 2011 No Comments

By David Pacheco On Friday, August 26 at 6:30 pm, the Miner Athletic Club will be hosting the Orange Fever Fiesta which is their biggest fund raiser of the year. This year’s Orange Fever Fiesta will be hosted by Archie Manning (Peyton and Eli’s dad) and it will be held at the exquisite Grace Gardens [...]

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Miners of Midway: Vittatoe and Adams make their NFL Debut

Aug 18, 2011 1 Comment

By David Pacheco Vittatoe to Adams was the equivalent of Montana to Rice or Aikman to Irvin these past four seasons here at UTEP and now, these two former Miners made their NFL debuts this past weekend. QB Trevor Vittatoe and WR Kris Adams both signed with the Chicago Bears as rookie undrafted free agents [...]

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It’s Game Time at The Pitch

Aug 01, 2011 4 Comments

Upon entering The Pitch, located at 2900 N. Mesa St, patrons are presented with the feeling of walking out of the tunnel and on to the field on game day; all that’s missing is the cheerleaders.

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Inside Look: The Details of UTEP’s New Student Recreation Center

Jul 04, 2011 1 Comment

You may want to add a pair of cross-trainers and work out clothes to your back-to-school shopping list because on August 29, 2011, UTEP will unveil its new state-of-the-art student recreation center.Hector Munoz, UTEP’s Recreational Sports Department Director, sat down with TSM for an exclusive interview regarding what students and alumni can look forward to when the new center opens its’ doors.

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