If you took a cool photo from this morning’s snow shower, send it our way to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will post your photo on our website.
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We’ve got tips to keep you safe this holiday, like watching out for candle fires and keeping chocolate away from pets.
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Don’t be like Homer. Click here for info on the Chili Cook-off at Hope and Anchor. Click on the photo for laffs:
On our website, we talked about gifts that you can buy at any of our local stores. Among the boutiques we featured, we noticed some standout pieces at the Olo Gallery, like this adorable onesie.
Tomorrow night, you can go to the gallery and pick up some unique gifts from the talented youngsters at Creative Kids. Click here for more details.
It’s time to buy new running shoes and stretch those calves; the Michelob Ultra El Paso Marathon is in March. The “Kick Off Fiesta” will be tonight at The Garden. Click here for more details.
Mark Paulda, whose photography has won awards internationally, will be at Walgreens on Mesa and Shadow Mountain this Saturday from noon – 3 p.m. Get a signed copy of a book with a title that says it all.
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TUCSON, Ariz. — Memo to the Sun Bowl: the Stoops brothers would prefer not to face each other in El Paso.
With speculation swirling about Arizona’s bowl destination, Mike Stoops said he hopes the Wildcats won’t have to play brother Bob Stoops’ Oklahoma Sooners in the Sun Bowl, one of two bowls pitting the Pac-10 and Big 12.
Stay tuned to see how this one pans out in the coming weeks.
Clear your calendar this weekend and experience your favorite classic holiday films the way you’ve never seen them before. (Unless you were around for the 1954 release of White Christmas…)
Here is the schedule:
Saturday, December 5
2pm Elf and 7:45pm It’s a Wonderful Life
Sunday, December 6
2pm A Christmas Story and 6:30pm White Christmas