Positively El Paso

Art in the Park this weekend

The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will host Art in the Park this weekend May 17th and 18th at Memorial Park, 3100 Copper Ave. from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

NPR's David Sedaris to appear live at the Plaza Theatre

Fans of NPR will know Bestselling Author and Humoris David Sedaris well. Sedaris, long-time contributor for This American Life, will be live at the Plaza Theatre on Friday, November 7th, 2014.

Sun Metro named outstanding metro transit system in Texas for 2014

Sun Metro has been named the Outstanding Metropolitan Transit System of the Year by the Texas Transit Association (TTA) for its ongoing efforts to improve public transportation in El Paso.

Cheers and medals for El Paso Special Olympians

El Paso Olympians made their way to the starting lines Saturday morning. The Spring Games of the Special Olympics continued this weekend at the Burges High stadium.

First Friday: La Parada returns to Downtown

The monthly arts, music and social celebration held in Downtown El Paso on the First Friday of the month is returning to the San Carlos Building Friday night.

31st Season of Music Under the Stars lineup announced

The City of El Paso Museums & Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) in collaboration with the National Park Service at the Chamizal National Memorial is pleased to announce the 31st season music line-up of Music Under the Stars Summer Concert

Clothing with a meaning

Visible. A clothing label with a meaning. It was created by Andy Lower and Andy Showell-Rogers after seing the collapse of a clothing factory in Bangladesh last year.

El Paso Bike Month kicks off May 1st

May is National Bike Month and people who ride bicycles in El Paso have a lot to celebrate.

Ascarate Park hosting 'Movies by the Lake'

The County Judge's Office is hosting two free movies by the lake on May 23 and May 30 at Ascarate Lake. Movies start around 8 p.m. as soon as it get dark.

Local museum wants your junk

One local museum wants your junk. You heard right.

FBI seeking tips on child predator who taught in American schools overseas

The FBI is asking for the public’s help to identify victims of a suspected serial child predator who taught in private American schools overseas in nine different countries beginning in 1972 and whose young victims—believed to be bo

City Council proclaims Tuesday as 'Ruben Salazar Day'

Tuesday, the El Paso City Council recognized April 22, 2014 as “Ruben Salazar Day.” Today’s proclamation marks the first time that El Paso has recognized Ruben Salazar for his contributions and significance to our city, our co

National honors for EPCC student

El Paso Community College (EPCC) student, Fernando Rodriguez, was selected as a National Distinguished Chapter Member by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Only 30 students were chosen out of 150 nationwide.

El Paso dentist to reward good deed with new iPad

An area dentist is trying to recognize all of the best kids in El Paso by offering a free, brand new iPad to a lucky kid.

El Paso celebrates Dia De los Ninos April 26

The 18th annual celebration of literacy and health will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at Washington Park, 200 Washington Street, from 11 AM to 4 PM.