BEST OF

2018

VOTING HAS CONCLUDED! Please stay tuned to our website and social media sites for our BEST of THE CITY AWARDS event information.

Latest People Zion’s Bowties

Zion’s Bowties

Zion’s Bowties

By: Austin North Masculinity is a delicate subject—people’s definition of it changes from person to person.  Joseph Snell, of Zion’s Bowties, has a unique vision of masculinity. He firmly believes that a man, and people in general, should look their best...

read more
Wondor: Bridging Borders and Redefining Luxury

Wondor: Bridging Borders and Redefining Luxury

By: Christina Dominguez Imagine discovering an article of clothing that is beautifully unique—made by hands that skillfully employ methods passed down from pre-Columbian generations—and deciding that the rest of the world needed to be exposed to the...

read more
Tips for Stunning Wedding Photos

Tips for Stunning Wedding Photos

  By: Jacqueline Aguirre Preparing for your wedding day is one thing, remembering it is another. So when hiring the right photographer to capture your most exciting moments of the night, there are many things to consider. After all, these are the memories...

read more
The ART of ACCESSORIZING

The ART of ACCESSORIZING

By: Wayne Hilton   One of the most frequent dilemmas faced by both seasoned designers and aspiring decorators is how to tackle the challenge of accessorizing a space.  Though every project is unique to the owner’s taste, there are a few simple rules that...

read more
Contemporary Nostalgia

Contemporary Nostalgia

By: Andy Martinez Photos By: Jonathan Weingers Styled By: Ladonna Apodaca Interior Design By: Brenda Baunach & Linda Powers A modern home for those who refuse to forego the sense of nostalgia and feel of a house that feels like one that you would have...

read more
A Labor of Love

A Labor of Love

By: Janene Rojas Styled by: Ladonna Apodaca Photos By: Jonathan Weingers After purchasing the Greenwich Apartments almost two years ago, soon to be wed Steve Santamaria and Isha Rogers put the finishing touches on the project that Isha describes as a labor...

read more
El Paso’s Own Beauty Influencer

El Paso’s Own Beauty Influencer

By: Leslie Sariñana Makeup is a new art form, and beauty influencers and gurus are the new mega stars of today. These stars are born by teaching people how to do makeup on social media platforms, to then gain a following. Social media has become the...

read more
How to “Cure” Routine Nails and Skin

How to “Cure” Routine Nails and Skin

By Erin Coulehan Photos Courtesy of Cure Nails El Paso is set to receive a fix it didn’t know it needed, and it’s called Cure. Opening this fall, Cure is a new nail and wax boutique located at The Canyons at Cimarron in west El Paso. The owners, Mark and...

read more
SENIOR SWING

SENIOR SWING

By: Marie Moore Some of the perks associated with reaching a certain age can be better paychecks, a little extra time on the weekend and a greater appreciation for fresh air and good fun. Right? So, why is it that just as many of us are finding our golf ‘legs’, Mother...

read more
Losing a Pet

Losing a Pet

By: Marie Moore Losing a pet is always traumatic, no matter what age we are. Personally though, I believe it’s harder for those of us over 50. For starters, a lot of us are empty nesters. As much as I loved our wonderful dog, I remember how busy I was with my daughter...

read more
Baby Boomers and Hepatitis C

Baby Boomers and Hepatitis C

By: Neha Sharma Baby boomers, have you been tested for  Hepatitis C?  If not, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you get tested now. Hepatitis C is an infection caused by the  Hepatitis C virus that attacks the liver and leads to...

read more
Finding Joy

Finding Joy

By: Marie Moore Put down your phones, step away from the computer screen, turn off the video game and remove those earbuds. Click off the power button on all your remote controls and unplug. Disconnect.  Work with me people, we’re just getting started!  Forget about...

read more
Retire to Adventure

Retire to Adventure

BY: Margo Lepe Seniors can be adding years to their life. Dr. David Lipschitz agrees, claiming seniors who travel live longer. Most working Americans are restricted yearly to a two-week vacation time; on the other hand, retired seniors have more flexibility and the...

read more

Latest Videos 

did YOU know?

WE

ARE THE PROUD PUBLISHER OF THE OFFICIAL

EL PASO VISITOR’S GUIDE


DIGITAL ISSUES

2018 ISSUES
The City Magazine October 2018

OCTOBER 2018

The City Magazine August 2018

AUGUST 2018

The City Magazine July 2018

JULY 2018

JUNE 2018

JUNE 2018

MAY 2018

MAY 2018

MARCH 2018

MARCH 2018

FEBRUARY 2018

FEBRUARY 2018

DECEMBER 2017-JANUARY 2018

DECEMBER 2017-JANUARY 2018

2017 ISSUES
The City Magazine November 2017

NOVEMBER-2017

The City Magazine October 2017

OCTOBER-2017

The City Magazine September 2017

SEPTEMBER-2017

The City Magazine August 2017

AUGUST-2017

The City Magazine June 2017

JULY-2017

The City Magazine June 2017

JUNE-2017

MAY 2017

MAY-2017

APRIL-2017

APRIL-2017

MARCH-2017

MARCH-2017

The City Magazine EL Paso Las Cruces

FEBRUARY 2017

DECEMBER-JANUARY 2017

DECEMBER-JANUARY 2017

2016 ISSUES
NOVEMBER 2016

NOVEMBER 2016

october-2016

OCTOBER 2016

september-2016

SEPTEMBER 2016

august-2016

AUGUST 2016

july-2016

JULY 2016

may-2016

MAY 2016

june-2016

JUNE 2016

april-2016

APRIL 2016

march-2016

MARCH 2016

february-2016

FEBRUARY 2016

december-january-2016

DECEMBER-JANUARY 2016

2015 ISSUES
JULY 2015

JULY 2015

JUNE 2015

JUNE 2015

MAY 2015

MAY 2015

APRIL 2015

APRIL 2015

MARCH 2015

MARCH 2015

FEBRUARY 2015

FEBRUARY 2015

DECEMBER-JANUARY 2015

DECEMBER-JANUARY 2015

2014 ISSUES
NOVEMBER 2014

NOVEMBER 2014

OCTOBER 2014

OCTOBER 2014

SEPTEMBER 2014

SEPTEMBER 2014

AUGUST 2014

AUGUST 2014

JULY 2014

JULY 2014

JUNE 2014

JUNE 2014

MAY 2014

MAY 2014

MARCH 2016

MARCH 2016

FEBRUARY 2014

FEBRUARY 2014