Posts tagged with ‘El Paso’

  • Real Men do Yoga

    By Meagan Kinley on June 17, 2014
    There are many myths surrounding the exercise of yoga. Some think it’s a “workout” comprised of simply stretching and sitting leisurely in different poses and positions. While others think it’s something that’s just for the ladies, some believe it’s not even really a workout at all; some even rule out the practice based on the fact that they don’t feel flexible, and feel intimated by the difficult “look” of different positions. To sort out these myths and get to the heart of the matter of men and yoga, we at The City took it upon ourselves to find the truth behind the exercise of yoga in relation to those of the male gender.
  • Meatless Mondays

    By Marina Monsisvais on June 17, 2014
    Say Yes to This Not-So-New Food Trend
  • A Cold One, a Brewski

    By Reed Loney on June 17, 2014
    Where are the best spots to drink beer in El Paso? The taps at Hoppy Monk are plentiful and frequently-rotated. By: Reed Loney When you relocate to a new city, usually you have certain worries. Where will I live? How is the economy? Will I be able to make new friends? These concerns are of course, important. When I moved […]
  • Nolan Richardson to Enter Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

    By Meagan Kinley on June 17, 2014
    Richardson got his start as a star football and basketball player for Bowie High School on El Paso’s south side and went onto play for Don Haskins at Texas Western. After graduating, Richardson took a job and coached for Bowie High for 10 years – posting a 180-90 record. As his career blossomed, he was offered the opportunity to coach at Western Texas College in Snyder, Texas where he and his team won 101 games in three seasons. In 1980, the team went all the way to the college national championship with a 37-0 record. With this defeat, Richardson had gotten the attention of the University of Tulsa and they immediately asked him to coach and the next year in 1981, he took Tulsa to the NIT and won. Within five seasons he had taken the school to the NCAA Tournament three times and to the NIT twice.
  • A Heartfelt Pitch

    By Austin Savage on June 17, 2014
    Esteban Loaiza Brings Baseball Camps to the Kids of El Paso
  • The Full Spectrum

    By Austin Savage on June 17, 2014
    It was the strong ambition and irrefutable passion of Marcelo Plesant that shaped the vision of Spectrum Technologies, formerly known as A.B. Dick Products. It is through his legacy, beloved spirit, and driven successors, President, Kyle Elliot and Executive Vice President, Mitch Plesant that his business continues to strive for success.
  • Russ Vandenburg: a Change From the Heart

    By Austin Savage on June 17, 2014
    Russell Vandenburg is a believer. Now, his belief is not blind, because no man without vision can accomplish what he has no matter how unshakable their faith, if they don’t have a sense of sight. No, Russell Vandenberg has belief and a vision but they are ultimately tied to the one truest fact he seems to know: if you build a better process then great production will follow.
  • The Tropicana Homes Story

    By Michael Graham on June 17, 2014
    Building upon foundations laid generations before Dav Anmed – THE CITY MAGAZINE By: Michael C. Graham For anyone that keeps abreast of current events, or follows economic and political conditions of the day, he or she should be familiar with one constant fact about the economy and society of our great nation: we are a country dominated by small and […]
  • The Look: June 2014

    By Josh Sanchez on June 17, 2014
  • Your Guide to El Paso Summer Camps

    By Jolene Reza Keipp on May 22, 2014
    School’s Out! Here are Some of the Best Summer Camp Options for Your Kids this Summer By: Jolene Reza Keipp The mercury is rising, shorts are shrinking and parents are panicking. Schools across El Paso will be releasing for summer break and students, no matter what age, are letting out a united sigh of relief for their upcoming liberation. Hey, […]