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Cool Canyon Nights! 
May 14 - July 30

Cool down this summer with music, food and drinks at the coolest concert series in El Paso as WestStar Bank presents Cool Canyon Nights every Thursday at McKelligon Canyon Amphitheatre from May 14th to July 30th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. CLICK HERE for LINEUP

All the BUZZ!



Neon Desert Music Festival 2015!
May 22-24
El Paso's downtown turn neon with music and entertainment from around the world.  The 2015 edition of Neon Desert is all the buzz with an amazing LineUP

It's almost here!! 

Back by “popular” demand, Wicked returns to take El Paso by storm. Variety calls WICKED "a cultural phenomenon,” and it continues to break box office records across North America. Winner of over 50 major awards, including a Grammy and three Tony Awards, WICKED is “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster” (The New York Times). Long before that girl from Kansas arrives in Munchkinland, two girls meet in the land of Oz. One – born with emerald green skin – is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. How these two grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good makes for “the most complete – and completely satisfying – musical in a long time” (USA Today). WICKED will run for two weeks at the Plaza Theater.
May 20-31, 2015.  CLICK HERE


El Paso economic growth ranks 175th among 300 global metro areas, Brookings report shows

El Paso had the 175th best-performing metro economy in the world last year, according to a new ranking from the Brookings Institution of the world's 300 largest metro areas. More

EL PASO LIVING

Located far from the bright lights of Dallas or San Antonio, in the state's western corner along the sparkling shores of the Rio Grande, El Paso boasts a different feel than its eastern counterparts. 

  • A true melting pot of American and Mexican culture, the combination is noticeable everywhere. 
  • Visit the El Paso Museum of Art and see American works from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as Mexican colonial art and retablos from the 1700s and 1800s. 
  • Restaurants serve authentic Mexican cuisine, Texas barbecue or a little of both. 
While this fusion of cultures draws some, the rock climbers who descend on El Paso have only one thing in mind: scaling the massive boulders of Hueco Tanks State Park. Those who prefer the ground can wander through the park's interpretive center and see ancient Indian pictographs. 

Other popular El Paso pastimes include golf, mountain biking and our personal favorite, stargazing.

El Paso combines the advantages of a major metropolitan center with the ambiance and sophisticated charm of a modern Texas town. New Mexico, Chihuahua, and Texas provide three states worth of amenities; the United States and Mexico provide one blended culture in El Paso, Texas.

The El Paso economy is fueled by cross-border retail and millions and millions of dollars are spent by consumers from Mexico and New Mexico. The impact of purchases in El Paso by Mexican Nationals is substantial by all accounts and plays a critical role in local retail and real estate sales.

There are more than 78,000 households in El Paso with incomes greater than $50,000 per year.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, awarded a $648 million contract Jan. 29 to Clark McCarthy Healthcare Partners II for the construction of the Fort Bliss, Texas, replacement hospital.
The new 1,132,000 square-foot facility will replace the existing William Beaumont Army Medical Center to accommodate the increased troop presence and dependent care resulting from the recent Fort Bliss expansion program.

For over 400 years, the pass of the north or El Paso del Norte, has been the main corridor for trade with Mexico and the Americas. It continues to be a clean, wholesome, and friendly place to live with a high quality of life and no state income tax.




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