Archive for April, 2008|Monthly archive page

Best of Survey 2008

It’s that time of year to honor and acknowledge the Best that El Paso has to offer. Welcome to the 4th annual El Paso Magazine Best of El Paso Survey. This survey should take you 10 minutes to fill out and thanks to cookies, you can only take this survey once from your computer.

Here are the categories; Cars, Home & Garden, Radio, Shopping, Television, Music, Beauty, Art & Culture, Nightlife, Eating, Sports & Rec., Kids, Pets & Local Flavor.

This survey closes on April 30. The winners will be announced in the June issue of El Paso Magazine and at the Best of El Paso Party at Grace Gardens on June 26.

You don’t have to fill out every answer (there are 141 questions), but you do have to go the last page in order to submit your ballot. Click the link below to begin the survey!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=s1ZRbskRma6Uzq5kVUk6fQ_3d_3d

NPT at the Masters

Apparently the waiting list to attend the Masters Tournament closed ten years ago and the only chance fans have to getting remotely close the event is the practice rounds. Lucky for us, El Pasoans Arthur Flores, Clint Lee and Bryan Lee, just returned from the pratice rounds and shared their images with us.

Click here to view the slideshow.

April El Pasoan Hits Newsstands

The April issue of the El Pasoan is here!

This month’s El Pasoan features updates on the Downtown Revitilization Plan, news about the Mills Plaza Properties purchases and promising developmentsĀ in Union Depot. As always, you can read about Downtown from the perspectives of Mayor John Cook, Boys & Girls Club CPO Bill Coon and REDCo Pres. Bob Cook. In this newly expanded issue, check out a 2-page photo essay on area landscapes and people as well as a dining review of a recently-openedĀ local hotspot. We take you on a journey through a fascinating new exhibit and provide you with a calendar full of fun and exciting events happening around Downtown El Paso.

You can access the magazine in its entirety at www.theelpasoan.com. Local distribution points are also listed on the website.