Entries by Riley Stephens

Buying and Selling Real Estate during COVID-19

Even in these uncertain times of COVID-19, many people need to buy or sell their home or other real estate.  Realtors are well equipped to help you through this process.  Here are some suggestions we’ve compiled. Buying: If you need to buy or rent a home your initial search for available properties can be accomplished […]

Tips for a Vintage Kitchen Remodel

When you renovate an older home, the goal is not always to replace old with new. In fact, some renovations are all about preserving the past with a design that reflects and pays respect to the yesteryear features that make your home unique. Whether you’re planning a renovation for a 60-year-old home, or working to […]

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El Paso’s bike share program gains speed

For getting around town, there are numerous options: by car, bus, train, bike, and, soon to come, trolley. El Paso’s SunCycle Bike Share Program, managed by the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority, is one option that’s gaining speed. “Since the downtown is pretty dense, we’re all sharing 150 bikes,” said Cesar Martinez, SunCycle operations director. […]

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Art & farmers markets pop up in El Paso

It’s every vegan’s carrot-coated dream – El Paso is teaming with farmers markets. In recent years, art and farmers markets have popped up throughout the city (though mostly the Westside.) Not only a place to purchase fresh produce, jams and jerky, the markets are venues for local artists to display and sell their art, and […]

El Paso Higher Education

El Pasoans, out-of-state students and international students have a selection of institutions of higher education from which to choose. The city’s largest and oldest institution is the University of Texas at El Paso, which is commonly referred to as UTEP by locals. UTEP students are referred to as “Miners” because the school was originally founded as […]