1. Sunburst Series 2015 Teaser

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    Sunburst returns with Volume 1 this Saturday May 9th, 2015 at The Garden. Live performances by Tep No and Rico de Largo . Passes: www.elevenivy.com/sunburst . Song: Meant to be, by Tep No . #SunburstSeries

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    • Melanie "Top Achievers Boot Camp"

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      • CHROMA BOOSTER

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        “Chroma Booster” sits at the focal point of the new pedestrian plaza between the Convention and Performing Arts Centers and the baseball stadium. It continues the tradition dating back to the Ancient Greeks of having a fountain as the pivotal feature of public spaces such as town squares and parks. Like many fountains, Chroma Booster is both visual and functional. The 55-foot tall painted steel sculpture, which includes mist, water, and light, celebrates the controlled chaos of the industrial infrastructure that both surrounds the site and dots the Texas landscape. The mist, which invites people to be engulfed in its cool, moist air, is in a constant state of flux, sensitive to the slightest changes in wind, temperature, and humidity. Spacing between the pipes allows viewers to stand inside the structure as if they are in the midst of a forest with towering trees. Simultaneously mysterious, unexpected, and playful, “Chroma Booste”r transforms its site into an ever-changing, otherworldly environment. User-controlled push-button valves at the base of the sculpture operate a foot-wash, and three overhead showerheads allow visitors to douse themselves with a refreshing, albeit very brief, shower. At night, lights illuminate the stainless steel collars and the wafting clouds of mist. Matthew Geller’s public artworks set out to engage the public and foster a sense of community. His works are spirited, accessible—and very often unexpected. By using disparate elements (including everything from swings to showers to wind) in surprising and interactive ways, he aims to encourage engagement with the work and among viewers themselves. For the past dozen years, he’s often worked with a visual vocabulary that doesn’t immediately telegraph its status as art. He likes to use eyesores as his starting point: sites and vernaculars that have been marginalized in some form. He takes these abject artifacts, everything from a felled tree on the grounds of a museum, to an exposed water utility pipe system, and retrofits them to create ready-made public squares. He has imagined “Chroma Booster” as perhaps a vestige from a former railroad water tower, a relic from an old industrial plant, or El Paso’s underground pipes run amiss.

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        • Fiestón Norteño 2015

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          Cuarto Fieston Norteño.

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          • Give Us A Jump - 2015 Open Championships Team Event - Game 1

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            Game 1 of the team events of the 2015 Open Championships in El Paso, TX bowled on April 24, 2015 at 8:30 PM.

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            • Shadow People Cd Juarez: Resizte Berlin Wall

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              Someone dropped at thumbdrive at our door in the middle of the night, it had this .txt file, and a movie of some rad lookin' stuff... Shadow People Project was inspired by the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, where thousands of people were blown away, leaving only their shadows printed by heat on streets, bridges, walls, and granite steps. These shadow people were the first to be rendered faceless and nameless by a nuclear weapon, but they were neither the first nor the last people rendered shadows by a great power. The Shadow People Project is designed to bring shadow people out of the shadows.... shadowpeopleproject.org Ciudad de Juarez has endured a decade of extreme violence, fueled by the War on Drugs, endemic border corruption, and its position as a gateway city to the USA. As the restrictions/control/surveillance on the border have increased, counter-intuitively it has fueled greater violence, greater iniquity, and significant injustices to people on both sides of the border. Oddly, through all of this El Paso is one of the safest cities in the USA, but this plastic peace is kept with America's own Gulag archipelago, the largely privatised prison, and border security industrial complexes. These vast and corrupt bureaucracies have been created by the very people who speak of limited government, and freedom. We know that history repeats itself, but as a joke the second time around. And so we invoke St Ronnie, destroyer of the unions and the US middle class to say: "Mr. President tear down that wall!" We must take the money we are spending on our very own societal panopticon and instead invest in a Marshall Plan for Mexico. The funny thing about the border, the actual river on the border: it's really beautiful. It should be a park. Let us join hands with all of our norteamericanos (yes, Quebec too, but not those Albertans), and create an equitable continent wide society. With Great Love, sub-commandante sterling

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              • EL PASO x JUÁREZ border murals by EL MAC (trailer)

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                Full documentary https://vimeo.com/123262276 El Mac explains..."Last December I painted murals in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuaha and El Paso, Texas as a sort of independent binational mural project that I've been planning for a few years with my friend David 'Grave' Herrera. In 2012 I photographed participants in the Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity (Caravana por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad) when it passed through El Paso. The caravan was made up of people who lost family members to the violence, corruption and injustice that has plagued Mexico for the last near-decade. "Juarense y Poderosa", the mural I painted in Ciudad Juárez, was based on photos I took of a young woman from there named Diana who lost her mother to kidnapping. "Ánimo Sin Fronteras", the second mural, on the other side of the border in El Paso, was based on my photos of a man named Melchor, whose son was disappeared by corrupt police. Both Diana and Melchor represent countless others who've lost and suffered in recent years. I felt a responsibility to paint these murals, to create images of inspiration and empowerment. In my own small way, with my own voice and platform, I hope to honor those that have suffered the effects of this ongoing injustice." - @mac_arte These murals were made possible with the help of David 'Grave' Herrera and Amor Por Juarez. Filming / Editing: Eric Heights @ericheights Music: "Ripped Open By Metal Explosions", Galt MacDermot, 1970 "Woman Is Sweeter", Galt MacDermot, 1969 "Romeo y Julieta", Rabbits & Carrots, 1969 "Freedom Time", Henghel Gualdi, 1977

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                • BodyBoard Nation EP 6.04: César Bauer - 3 Horas en El Paso

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                  from Ernesto Guevara / Added

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                  César Bauer entrenando 3 horas en la ola de El Paso en Punta Hermosa (Lima - Perú) www.facebook.com/pages/Cesar-Bauer/197144120315698 Venta de BodyBoards, Aletas, Wetsuits y más en: www.dashelter.com (Perú) www.facebook.com/DaShelter www.bodyboardnation.com www.facebook.com/bodyboardnation Editor: Ernesto Guevara (www.photonowperu.com) Filmmaker: Thruster Magazine (www.thrustermag.com) Soundtrack: Artista: Public Service Broadcasting (www.facebook.com/PUBLICSERVICEBROADCASTING) Canción: Signal 30

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                  • 14308 - 14313 Arthur Ashe CT.

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                    Brand New - 4 Bedroom, 2 bath refrigerated A/C, all tile - no carpet. Quiet cul-de-sac location off Tim Foster and Pebble Hills area. Fans almost in every room. Dan Olivas and Associates 240 Thundebird Dr. Suite D El Paso, TX 79912 (915) 584-5430 www.teamolivas.com

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                    • Masjid Animation

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                      El Paso, Texas- Masjid Animation

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