El Paso

NOUN
  1. a city in western Texas on the Mexican border; located on the northern bank of the Rio Grande across from the Mexican city of Juarez
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  • What's also au courant is Zuill Bailey, professor of cello at the University of Texas-El Paso. National Philharmonic offers fresh Dvorák
  • But you have a point, and if you want to see the future of Worldcon, you can look at Westercon, which has shrunk from a high attendance in the high 2000s to around 500, partially because it stayed away from its core constituency (the San Francisco-Los Angeles) axis for so long that lots of the regular attendees drifted away because they didn't/couldn't fly off to El Paso, Honolulu, Spokane, Calgary, etc. MIND MELD: What Can Worldcon and Comic-Con Learn From Each Other?
  • Cars and industry in El Paso contribute to the air pollution, of course.
  • These were all admirable, carefully made recordings, but the peak moment of the three men's collaboration was the very fine Someday You'll Have These Blues (1977), which exhibited Phillip Walker's skill with material as diverse as the soul standards Part Time Love and Breakin 'Up Somebody's Home and down-in-the-alley threnodies such as Beaumont Blues and El Paso Blues. Phillip Walker obituary
  • The ambushed was a Mexican Army patrol in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, just across the border from El Paso Texas. American Chronicle
  • But you have a point, and if you want to see the future of Worldcon, you can look at Westercon, which has shrunk from a high attendance in the high 2000s to around 500, partially because it stayed away from its core constituency (the San Francisco-Los Angeles) axis for so long that lots of the regular attendees drifted away because they didn't/couldn't fly off to El Paso, Honolulu, Spokane, Calgary, etc MIND MELD: What Can Worldcon and Comic-Con Learn From Each Other?
  • Shareholders of El Paso can simply say 'It's a shady, stinky deal; I'm not going to do it,"' Chancellor Strine said. Court Weighs Goldman-El Paso Ties
  • SHERIFF LEO SAMANIEGO, EL PASO, TX: They don't have the manpower necessary to handle what I call a planned, well-organized invasion of undocumented aliens and the increase in drug trafficking. CNN Transcript Mar 2, 2006
  • The exceptionally low major crime rate in El Paso, Juarez's "norteno" twin, suggests that American border cities are increasingly seen as safe havens for higher-ups reaping drug profits. The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines
  • A gentleman once with Warner Bros. complimented me highly on my novel Leaving El Paso (in reality Leaving Cheyenne), and a gentleman at Columbia, even less explicably, referred to The Last Picture Show as The Last Saturday Night (this could have been because the latter was one of five hundred alternate titles Columbia offered Peter Bogdanovich, at a time when they feared the public might confuse The Last Picture Show with The Last Movie). film flam
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