Mike Martinez, co-host of Mike and Tricia in the morning, has been a staple in the KISS-FM studios for over twenty years. His quick wit and love of all things cute and adorable on the internet brings lighthearted fun to the KISS morning show. He is the self-proclaimed "Man of a Thousand Voices" and "The Song Ruiner." His fun-loving personality makes him El Paso's most loved on-air personality (again, self-proclaimed). His best quality, if you ask him, would be his locks of perfectly styled hair. If you ask Tricia, it's his ability to bring laughter to most situations.
Best Things to Do This Weekend in El Paso — Oct. 6-8
Chalk the Block, corn mazes, and other fun things to do this Friday - Sunday.
Rescheduled Art in the Park to Take Place in November
The autumn edition of Art in the Park, postponed due to inclement weather, has a new date.
Mike and Tricia’s Pink Ribbon Week Concludes with Pink Walk Friday Morning
Mike and Tricia Mornings has teamed up The Hospitals of Providence to host a breast-cancer awareness walk this Friday morning, October 6.
El Paso’s Halloween Spooktacular Returns Oct. 14
El Paso's largest indoor Halloween children's carnival returns with freaky fun and ghoulish games.
Saltgrass Steak House Gets Ready to Open in West El Paso
The "training in progress, opening soon" sign is out, which means Saltgrass Steak House will be serving up my favorite animal any day now.
Mike & Tricia Raise Breast Cancer Awareness with ‘Bras across Our Building’
If you have any gently used and/or no-longer-being-used bras, please drop them off at KISS-FM, 4180 N. Mesa, and help us bring awareness to the importance of annual mammograms.
When Does the Time Change This Fall?
Less daylight signals the impending end of Daylight Saving Time. So when do we turn the clocks back an hour?
Mike & Tricia’s ‘Pink Ribbon Week’ Kicks Off Breast Cancer Awareness Month
93.1 KISS-FM's Mike and Tricia's annual Pink Ribbon Week campaign serves as a reminder to all women that early detection is the best protection.
2017 Halloween Haunted Houses in El Paso
Here's El Paso's official list of spooky attractions. If you're looking for places to get your Halloween scare on, look no further.
Free Movie Nights Every Saturday in October at the Fountains at Farah
Spend your Saturday evenings this month watching a movie under the stars at the Fountains at Farah.
From Paintings to Pottery, You’ll Find It This Weekend at Art in the Park
The fall edition of Art in the Park is here.
Downtown El Paso Ghost Walks: A Good Scare and Some Fresh Air
Want to do something different this weekend, and you ain’t ‘fraid of no ghosts? Take a ghostly stroll through Downtown El Paso.