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The group is open to all writers in a non-critique, non-caustic forum. Information: 328-5484 (Donna Snyder), 566-1034 (library), [email protected] on Facebook. Books are sold for

The group is open to all writers in a non-critique, non-caustic forum. Information: 328-5484 (Donna Snyder), 566-1034 (library), [email protected] on Facebook. Books are sold for $1-$2, and children who come to the store may receive five free used books. In his follow-up to “Celebrating El Paso,” his first book of local photography, Mark Paulda has expanded his radius to 120 miles from El Paso, hence the title.• : ”Two Themes Two Techniques” with Annette Velásquez. Teachers can also receive free books for their classroom. The collection of landscapes and aerial images are grouped by location, mostly geographic gems such as the Guadalupe Mountains, Hueco Tanks, Kilbourne Hole and White Sands National Monument.

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The group is open to all writers in a non-critique, non-caustic forum. Information: 328-5484 (Donna Snyder), 566-1034 (library), [email protected] on Facebook. Books are sold for $1-$2, and children who come to the store may receive five free used books. In his follow-up to “Celebrating El Paso,” his first book of local photography, Mark Paulda has expanded his radius to 120 miles from El Paso, hence the title.

• : ”Two Themes Two Techniques” with Annette Velásquez. Teachers can also receive free books for their classroom. The collection of landscapes and aerial images are grouped by location, mostly geographic gems such as the Guadalupe Mountains, Hueco Tanks, Kilbourne Hole and White Sands National Monument.

She writes regularly with the Tumblewords Project, and has also been featured in readings and as a workshop provider. Local writers Maceo Daile Jr., Kathryn Smith-Mc Glynn and Cecilia Gutierrez Venable contributed introductory and caption text. Available exclusively as an e Book through i Bookstore, Amazon Kindle, the Barnes and Noble Nook and more, El Paso author and musician’s book is a collection of what Murphy describes as “slightly embellished personal experiences from my youth, adolescent and young adult years.” The book handles the very serious issue of suicidal thoughts with warmth, humor and encouragement, and Murphy said he hopes the book will provide a “glimmer of resolve for all those insecure souls contemplating suicide as I once did, and to provide a unique look at how silly life’s foibles really are.... Everything thereafter is pretty darn good.” The book was a First Place Winner in the El Paso Community College Literary Festival. Make It Take It’ by Rus Bradburd (Cinco Puntos Press) - This the first novel by Bradburd, who previously authored a biography of Nolan Richardson and an account of Bradburd’s year as a coach of an Irish basketball team.

Her workshop will feature work of the Nobel Prize Laureate, Bob Dylan. The July 22 workshop is “Fudge the World,” and the July 29 theme is “One Perverse Sidewalk.” John Sansome poetry reading — The poet and playwright will read and discuss his poetry and short stories to p.m. Friday and Saturday; closed Sundays June through August. Meetings are free and open to the public; participants do not need to have read the book. “Make It Take It” is a collection of stories that span two years in the life of an assistant basketball coach at fictional “Southern Arizona State University.” Given Bradburd’s background as an assistant coach himself at UTEP and NMSU, it’s likely that “Make It Take It” offers more truth than fiction.

William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Biggs Army Airfield, and Fort Bliss call the city home. El Paso has been ranked the safest large city in the U. for four consecutive years The El Paso region has had human settlement for thousands of years, as evidenced by Folsom points from hunter-gatherers found at Hueco Tanks.

Fort Bliss is one of the largest military complexes of the United States Army and the largest training area in the United States. The evidence suggests 10,000 to 12,000 years of human habitation.

-, and children who come to the store may receive five free used books. In his follow-up to “Celebrating El Paso,” his first book of local photography, Mark Paulda has expanded his radius to 120 miles from El Paso, hence the title.

• : ”Two Themes Two Techniques” with Annette Velásquez. Teachers can also receive free books for their classroom. The collection of landscapes and aerial images are grouped by location, mostly geographic gems such as the Guadalupe Mountains, Hueco Tanks, Kilbourne Hole and White Sands National Monument.

She writes regularly with the Tumblewords Project, and has also been featured in readings and as a workshop provider. Local writers Maceo Daile Jr., Kathryn Smith-Mc Glynn and Cecilia Gutierrez Venable contributed introductory and caption text. Available exclusively as an e Book through i Bookstore, Amazon Kindle, the Barnes and Noble Nook and more, El Paso author and musician’s book is a collection of what Murphy describes as “slightly embellished personal experiences from my youth, adolescent and young adult years.” The book handles the very serious issue of suicidal thoughts with warmth, humor and encouragement, and Murphy said he hopes the book will provide a “glimmer of resolve for all those insecure souls contemplating suicide as I once did, and to provide a unique look at how silly life’s foibles really are.... Everything thereafter is pretty darn good.” The book was a First Place Winner in the El Paso Community College Literary Festival. Make It Take It’ by Rus Bradburd (Cinco Puntos Press) - This the first novel by Bradburd, who previously authored a biography of Nolan Richardson and an account of Bradburd’s year as a coach of an Irish basketball team.

Her workshop will feature work of the Nobel Prize Laureate, Bob Dylan. The July 22 workshop is “Fudge the World,” and the July 29 theme is “One Perverse Sidewalk.” John Sansome poetry reading — The poet and playwright will read and discuss his poetry and short stories to p.m. Friday and Saturday; closed Sundays June through August. Meetings are free and open to the public; participants do not need to have read the book. “Make It Take It” is a collection of stories that span two years in the life of an assistant basketball coach at fictional “Southern Arizona State University.” Given Bradburd’s background as an assistant coach himself at UTEP and NMSU, it’s likely that “Make It Take It” offers more truth than fiction.

William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Biggs Army Airfield, and Fort Bliss call the city home. El Paso has been ranked the safest large city in the U. for four consecutive years The El Paso region has had human settlement for thousands of years, as evidenced by Folsom points from hunter-gatherers found at Hueco Tanks.

Fort Bliss is one of the largest military complexes of the United States Army and the largest training area in the United States. The evidence suggests 10,000 to 12,000 years of human habitation.

Contestant parents do not have to be in the military, however pageant requires that they are represented by a military personnel such as a parent, family member, neighbor or friend. Access to Biggs Park is through the Biggs gate (Airport Road); photo ID required for adults. Monday and Tuesday, with traditional rodeos nightly at 7 p.m. During the 16th century, El Paso became an important stop for Spanish explorers on their way to New Mexico to find riches and convert the native population to Christianity.After the founding of Santa Fe in 1609, El Paso became a critical point in the long north-south route of communication and trade between the Mexican interior and the missions and Spanish settlements of New Mexico.Tickets (online): ; military; free for age 12 and younger. The family-friendly celebration features the Price’s Super Scoop Zone, with more than 20 flavors of ice cream to taste for only per scoop, as well as a Ben & Jerry’s zone, Tropicana Homes’ Sundae-Building Station, Fruity & Frozen Area, with non-dairy options, such as shaved ice. The age 21 Ice Cream Shoppe provides an adult alternative to the normal festival treats for those to eat responsibly including SnöBar Cocktails and Paleta Margaritas. Tuesday, , with food, dancing and live music by Hypnosis, and a great view of surrounding fireworks displays. Tuesday, , at both Abundant Living Faith Center campus, 1000 Valley Crest (east), and 7100 N. Annual fireworks display follows service on the East campus only. Tuesday, , at Fort Bliss’s Biggs Park, featuring USO Show Troupe, the 1st Armored Division Band and Mariachi Raices de America. Information: Melodrama performances of “Fiendish Firebug Strikes Again” are p.m. Las Cruces Independence Day celebrations — The city’s annual Electric Light Parade and 4th of July Celebration are Monday and Tuesday, , with the annual Electric Light Parade, Street Fest and fireworks display. The Electric Light Parade, “Celebrating Freedom, Our Patriots, and America! Las Cruces Running Club’s Electric 5K Fun Run precedes the event p.m. Paul Pino & the Tone Daddies performance is to p.m. Tuesday, , at Las Cruces Convention Center, with samples from regional wineries and micro-breweries, live music and vendors. Live music, by Sorry About Your Sister The Scoops, Sam Barlow Band, and The Ruhmann Law, was well as artist demonstrations painting ice cream-inspired masterpieces on the outfield wall. The Pick-Nic is one of several at 27 locations across the United States and Mexico for UTEP alumni in cities like Tucson, San Diego, Denver, Miami, New York City, Houston, Seattle, Chihuahua and Zapopan. There will be three fashion shows with the latest trends in bridal gowns, tuxedos and bridesmaid dresses. June 30-July 3, presented by the Cloudcroft Light Opera Company. Fireworks, grills, staked shade canopies, and RV/Campers not allowed in the events. Monday along the Parade Route, starting at the Meerscheidt Recreation Center. Inn of the Mountain Gods Fireworks Extravaganza — The Resort and Casino is in Mescalero, N. (near Ruidoso), will celebrate Independence Day 3 to 11 p.m. Mesilla Independence Day — The annual fireworks display is 9 p.m. Admission: at the gate, in advance; available at

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