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Gaucin’s Garden of ‘Eaten’

Gaucin’s Garden of ‘Eaten’

The fashion industry is changing and entering uncharted territory when it comes to innovation and inclusion, so much so that it’s required a whole new language. In today’s fashion terminology, more is more, with food-related terms and idioms now in the lexicon. For example, “serving” and various forms of “eat / ate / eaten” can be heard to express approval and as a compliment.

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‘Naan’-stop Comfort Food 

‘Naan’-stop Comfort Food 

Food trucks have been around since the late 1890s, and since then, the culture has evolved into the modern concept that is beloved by many today. From tacos and burgers, to sushi and other cuisines, food truck culture has taken many communities like El Paso by storm.

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A Champion and ‘The Challenge’

A Champion and ‘The Challenge’

FOLLOW US By Erin Coulehan and Amber Lanahan Photography by Sergio Olivas All hail, Horacio Gutierrez Jr., El Paso’s Herculean heart throb. Gutierrez Jr. is an athlete and adventurer who captured the hearts of millions of people across the country when he appeared...

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Aerial Fitness in El Paso

Aerial Fitness in El Paso

Did you know there is an Academy of Aerial Fitness in Sunland Park Mall? Programs include Aerial Yoga and Aerial Hoop. Academy of Aerial Fitness is a nonprofit alternative fitness center specializing in aerial and circus arts. The nonprofit program  focuses on the promotion of: physical and emotional growth, confidence and trust building and creative expression through movement.

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Physical Therapists Make a Difference

Physical Therapists Make a Difference

World Physical Therapy Day is observed every year on September 8. It is celebrated to raise awareness about the critical role of physical therapists and chronic pain therapies in keeping people healthy and fit. Physical therapists attempt to treat an injury or deformity, educate patients about healthy behaviors, and restore lost or damaged functionality.

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Sleek Transitional Style

Sleek Transitional Style

By: Toni Moon
Photos by: Robert Ordonex
Styled By: Ladonna Apodaca
Throughout the years the architecture of homes has changed dramatically. From exterior architecture to color schemes, the trends have changed. Today, the use of geometrical shapes have been apparent in modern homes. One El Paso home, by Pacifica Homes, keeps up…

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A House of History

A House of History

By: Hope Alegre & Zak Hansen
Photos By: Art Moreno, Jr.
Styled By: Ladonna Apodaca
Some things are meant to stand the test of time. More than 130 years after it was first built, the Warren House, as it’s known today, stands as a testament to the spirit of the old…

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The Wedding of Kelsey Burns and Marcelo França

The Wedding of Kelsey Burns and Marcelo França

October 6, 2018
They Met: We were both living in Australia at the time and had a mutual friend, Kelly. She introduced us over FaceTime and soon realized we were both going back to the States for a wedding, the same wedding. My sister was getting married to Marcelo’s childhood best friend! I was the maid of honor and Marcelo was a groomsmen. We first…

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Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good

Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good

Five minutes before our game against Team Iceland, I noticed our goalie had recently gotten her nails done. I was confused at the sight to say the least. I thought, “Why in the world would this woman get her nails painted right before our most important game in the tournament? Don’t you have better things to do?”

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Recommended Reading 

Recommended Reading 

The end and beginning of the year remind us of the important roles that reading and storytelling have in our everyday lives. Literature lights up our worlds by providing a refuge from life online and IRL, while also daring us to dream bigger, connect more meaningfully, and be unafraid to be the narrators of our own stories.

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The FitFam Phenomenon 

The FitFam Phenomenon 

By Erin Coulehan The digital age has made it possible to vicariously experience life online and almost in real time. From crowning to cringe-inducing moments to crime, hundreds of thousands of El Pasoans keep up with local goings on through social media. Like the...

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Inside In*Situ Architecture

Inside In*Situ Architecture

By Erin Coulehan Editorial photography by Jordan Licon Additional photography provided by In*situ Architecture  Architectural innovation is transforming the landscape and lifestyles of the El Paso community that is amplifying beauty, functionality, and legacy from...

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Kern’s Hidden Treasure

Kern’s Hidden Treasure

By: Toni MoonPhotos
By: Art Moreno, Jr.
In one of the oldest, most sought after neighborhoods in El Paso, sits a 1935 home with updated looks. This Kern home has been given a face lift that transforms the neighborhood, while preserving its rustic charm. Realtor Yari…

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The Sound of Smartphones

The Sound of Smartphones

By: Stephanie Aviles
As we age, we slowly start to notice the differences in ourselves that, until this point, we may have overlooked. One of those main differences involves our hearing, specifically when we lose it or it is hindered by endless ringing….

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Playing Outdoors Isn’t Just for the Kids

Playing Outdoors Isn’t Just for the Kids

Playing outside is not something exclusive to your grandchildren. Being active and using your muscles becomes more important as you mature, and lack of Vitamin D can be detrimental to your health. With all the amazing outdoor activities El Paso has to...

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