Ever since the decision to bring Triple-A baseball to El Paso was revealed in the fall of 2012 and plans to shutter Cohen Stadium were made, the future of the Northeast facility has been in limbo. But now there’s a very real possibility it could become a water park
If you were on the Internet at all this weekend, you probably saw tweets, Instagram photos, and Facebook posts about fireworks. But I'm willing to bet none of those posts were as impressive as this video
Like a lot of the rest of the world, I've been spending my fair share of time watching the World Cup. And I for one love the epic way Mexican soccer announcers lose their mind when a team scores a goal.
Watching fireworks go up into the night sky is a Fourth of July tradition, and El Paso won’t be for a lack of places one can park their car and watch bombs bursting in air Friday night. But it isn’t the only way to celebrate the Fourth.
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