Friday, October 17, 2014 - 11:31am

Positively El Paso

Cross Border Cuisine serving up healthy lifestyles through cooking

With food prices soaring, can we really afford to eat low fat? Some say the answer is yes.

Abraham Chavez & Plaza Theatre top venues in Texas

Destination El Paso announced that Venues Today Magazine has recognized the Plaza Theatre and the Abraham Chavez Theatre as two of the Top Five Venues in Texas, with a capacity of 5,000 seats or fewer.

Volunteers give back to the Salvation Army

A group of employees gave a helping hand to a local organization that gives to those in need year round. Forty employees from Johnson & Johnson gave the Salvation Army a new look today.

Sunset Heights, Texas Trost Society presents 'Trost Week'

The Texas Trost Society will be holding a series of events Mary 3-10, 2014 in celebration of 'Trost Week.' Events throughout the week will celebrate architect Henry Trost.

'Meowvelous' art show to benefit Humane Society

The Sunland Gallery is featuring purrfect art show on Saturday evening. Linda Noack is a local artist who has volunteered to paint portraits of cats for the new and remodeled cattery at the El Paso Humane Society.

UTEP fans proud of Miners after WNIT championship game

They almost had it. The UTEP Miner women come from behind -- but came up short in Saturday's WNIT Championship.

Menchies has Miner Mania, plans to raffle WNIT tickets

If you have Miner Mania like so many El Pasoans,  missed out on the chance to snag your WNIT Championship tickets for tomorrow, you're still in luck!

El Paso celebrates Earth Day month

Earth Day is April 22nd and the City of El Paso is honoring the earth with a number of Earth Day related events in April.

Last Thursdays Art Walk with the Downtown Arts District

Last Thursdays with the Downtown Arts District will return on Thursday, March 27, 2014 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Last Thursdays is a monthly art walk organized by the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department.

El Paso's Environmental Services Department, local restaurant gear up for Earth Day

Earth Day may only be one day, but the City of El Paso is hoping to get a head-start and raise environmental awareness all month long starting with the celebration Saturday, April 5, 2014.

El Paso and Juarez men among those to receive Medal of Honor posthumously

Five Texans, including one El Pasoan and one Juarez man, will be honored alongside 19 other heroes Tuesday, March 18. LIVE STREAM

7th Annual Downtown KidsPalooza scheduled for March 29

The 7th Annual Downtown KidsPalooza is scheduled for Saturday, March 29, 2013 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

B-17 'Flying Fortress,' P-51 'Mustang' to fly high above El Paso skies

There are few things in a lifetime that could compare with the pure exhilaration of lift-off in a piece of history.

El Paso Zoo wins 'Bags to Benches' challenge

The City of El Paso Environmental Services Department (ESD) is proud to announce that the El Paso Zoo has won the first round of the “Bags to Benches” plastic bag recycling challenge and will receive a bench made out of plastic bags

Conference USA 'Fan Fest' kicks of in Cincinnati district Wednesday

The Conference USA Tournament is now in full-swing, with UTEP playing tonight at 6:00 p.m. and may teams and fans from out of town packing El Paso area hotel rooms, the city is gearing up for the Conference USA "Fan Fest."