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Evening Class Options Available for New Students

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Community Health Education Series July – · Health Information Series: Wednesday, 16: Affordable Care Act August

– · Health Information Series: Wednesday, 20: Nutrition and Personalized Health

September – · Health Information Series: Wednesday, 17: Brown Bag Medication Event: Talk to a Pharmacists about your Medications October

– · Health Information Series: Wednesday,15: Living Wills and Advance Directives


– · Health Information Series: Wednesday,5: Aging Parents and Reversing Roles


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El Paso, Texas- Western Technical College would like to announce their evening class schedule beginning in June in the areas of Information Systems and Security, Electronics Engineering, Automotive, Automotive Technology with a Sub Specialty in Performance Tuner, Diesel, Light Duty Diesel, and Refrigeration &HVAC Technology.

All of Western Tech’s programs are certified and accredited. They are also designed to give the student maximum hands-on training both in the classroom and in the field with an internship towards the end of their training. Western Tech’s mission is to: Provide quality training and education in a caring, professional environment that prepares

new students and working adults with the skills they need to succeed and advance in their chosen careers. For more information on these and other programs please visit or call (915)532-3737.

Do you know? How many voting members are there in the US House of Representatives?




Father’s Day



Day is almost here and is the perfect day to show

that father in your life how much you appreciate them. Some of us can only give a father a phone call. Others can spend a whole day with their father showing gratitude. So much BBQ grilling with the family and catching up with your loved ones. Fathers day didn't start off so simple and it even had its opponents in congress many years ago.

recently been put as a national holiday. Sonora Dodds father was a war veteran who raised 6 children by himself. When hearing about Mothers Day,

Father’s day was created in 1910 by Sonora Dodd in Spokane Washington. Fathers Day was created to compliment Mothers Day which had

Sonora was on a mission of her very own for fathers and for her own father. In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson went all the way to Spokane

District 75 State Representative Mary Gonzalez to be Keynote Speaker at Western Technical College Summer Commencement Ceremony June 5, 2014- El Paso, Texas - Western Technical College announced it will hold its Summer Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, June 19th at 7:00 p.m. at the Don Haskins Center. Mary Gonzalez, State Representative for District 75 will be the keynote speaker.

tend. A total of 225 individuals will graduate from Western Technical College.

Gonzalez has been recognized by Latino Leaders Magazine for her leadership in education, was recognized as one of ten "Next Generation Latinas" by Latina Magazine, and as one of the 10 newly-elected

Where: Don Haskins Center

Who: Keynote Speaker, Mary Gonzalez, State Representative for District 75 What: Western Technical College, Summer Commencement Ceremony

politicians to watch in the nation by NBC Latino. Family and friends of graduates are encouraged to at-

When: Thursday, June 19th, 2014 - 7:00 p.m.

Washington to speak and commemorate this holiday. Congress was hesitant because of the backlash the commercialization of Mothers

My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me. - Jim Valvano Day had gotten so it didn't officially pass until 1924. Nonetheless Fathers day has become a huge holiday in this country and around the world.

If you are not sure what to do on Fathers day then why not try going to a baseball game. The El Paso Chihuahuas have an evening game on Fathers Day at 6:05pm. The Chihuahuas will face off against the Round Rock Express on this day. What better way to spend some time with your father than at the baseball game. Game 5 of the NBA Finals will also be going on that same day. At 6pm The Miami Heat will face the San Antonio Spurs in a well fought game in San Antonio. No matter what you end up doing, just remember the purpose and reason is to honor fathers everywhere and show them how much we appreciate everything they do for all of us.


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How many voting members are there in the House of Representatives? The number of voting members in The US House of Representatives is fixed at 435. There are 6 non voting delegates, 1 from The District of Columbia, 1 Resident Commissioner for Puerto Rico and delegates from the Northern Marianas Islands, the US Virgin Islands, Guam and American Samoa.

2014 Dancing in the City Music Line-Up June 7– July 26 Dancing in the City returns for its 5th season from June 7-July 26, 2014 presented in collaboration with Destination El Paso (formerly Convention and Visitor’s Bureau). The event offers attendees a weekly dance lesson in a variety of genres taught by ballroom dance instructors from 7:00pm8:00pm followed by a live music performance from 8:00pm-10:00pm. All concerts are free and located at the Convention Center Plaza.

For questions please contact: Chris Espinoza, Production Coordinator/ MCAD PIO (915) 212-1777office,


June 14- Samba Batucada Alma De Fogo- Samba June 21- No concert (Downtown Street Festival) June 28- Sangre Gitana- Flamenco July 5- FM Junkies – Disco July 12- Extremo Tropical – Cumbia July 19- Jenni Dale Lord Band – Country July 26- Tango Noir– Tango


2014 Music Line-up


Weather 101

By: “Doppler” Dave Speelman

Hot Start to June! What a way to start off our hottest month of the year! We started off the first week in June with temperatures well above the average. The hottest day of the week was 109 degrees last Tuesday, which was a record setting day. We had five days that week with record setting temperatures. This was all courtesy of a strong ridge of high pressure that camped out right on top of us. High pressure

compresses the air (evaporates most of the water vapor) and heats it up. Generally when we are under a ridge like this, we have plenty of sun and lighter winds. As you look at the graphic below, you’ll notice the triple digits taper off after June once we begin to add the monsoon moisture to the atmosphere.

TOTAL NUMBER OT TRIPLE DIGITS PER MONTH PER YEAR 1980-2013 (Courtesy of the El Paso National Weather Service)

Weather Trivia: What is the record for consecutive triple digit days in El Paso?

A. 15 B. 23 C. 27 D. 33 “Doppler" Dave Speelman is the chief meteorologist at KVIA-TV in El Paso. You can watch his forecasts at 4, 5, 6 and 10 pm on ABC-7 (channel 6 cable). If you would like Doppler Dave to address (explain) any weather issues you can email him at

Answer: B – 23 Days between June 23 - July 15, 1994

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What Not to Buy Your Dad for Father's Day Think outside the traditional Father's Day gift box this year. Instead of giving your dad another tie or another polo shirt, try giving him the gift of style — tweaking those old fashion favorites and outfitting him with something a little trendy that he might not buy for himself. Here are a few ideas to get you started on what NOT to buy and what to buy instead:

—Ditch the ties. I know there are some stylin' ties out there, but unless your dad wears one to work every day and has specifically asked for new neckwear, he probably would rather choose his own. Pick out another accessory — a pair of aviator-style sunglasses with colorful lenses, a hand-stitched belt with an unusual buckle, a pair of antique cuff links, or a luxe leather iPad cover.

—Say "no" to the polo. Another overdone Father's Day gift. Yes, it may be a staple for many guys, but it's been around for so long that it might be nice to present your dad with another option — a striped pocket T-shirt instead. It's a much more modern alternative and will instantly give him a more youthful look. And if he really loves those polos, then go for the bold color factor, even if it's a pastel. Real men do wear pink.

—Let go of logos. This can be tricky. If your dad attends every game of his college alma mater, then you might consider outfitting him with a new jacket in the school's colors. But steer clear of all the gimmicky logos and graphic prints that go along with cheering on the team, because you just might see this one coming and going on weekdays and not just game days. That new hockey jersey may come to haunt you. Ditto for baseball caps.

—Trade in the tropics. The Hawaiian print shirts have had their heyday in the '50s and '90s. They continue to show up in all their blooming glory, but they should not be on your shopping list. Time to take a vacation from the floral shirts. Instead, buy your dad a short-sleeved cotton shirt in a graphic check print. Blue is always a safe choice for the more traditional guy; coral or purple is a more trendy choice. —Stick to fit, not flare. The silhouette of contemporary menswear is all about a more fitted look. The pro-

portions have changed in the past few years. Slim and trim suits are in; bigshouldered power suits are out. However, if your dad is a larger man, he may have some trouble finding clothes that fit but are still comfortable. This dilemma may just be the inspiration you need to take him shopping and let a savvy salesperson help steer you both in the right direction. It's amazing what an expert can do to give your dad a boost in the makeover department.

—Ditto for denim. Jeans are a mainstay in most men's and women's wardrobes, so if your dad has been a khaki fan for years or he's stuck with the pleats, he may need some help in updating this classic, too. Many men feel overwhelmed by all the style choices available in the stores and online. It may take a few spins in the dressing room to get it right. When you find a pair that fits, buy it in multiples. I got my 85-year-old dad into black flatfront jeans from L.L. Bean, and he now rarely wears anything else. What did I tell you? At least I know what I will be getting him for Father's Day this year!

By Mary Hunt

If you speak English in your home, your kids are not likely to come out speaking Italian. Kids learn everything through observation and imitation. And they don't miss a thing. Kids are shaped at the very beginning of life by the way their parents live. They are ever-attentive witnesses of grown-up behaviors. They take their cues from what they see and hear. Want your kids to grow up with healthy attitudes about money? Start living the way you want them to become. Let your kids regularly catch you in the act of living financially responsible lives and you'll be on your way to raising financially responsible kids. You really cannot start too early modeling healthy money attitudes for your kids. Here are 20 ways you can start right now to raise financially responsible kids even if yours are still toddlers, excerpted from my book, "Raising Financially Responsible Kids," which remains my most favorite of all because it's about my kids and the plan we created. • Let them observe that you have money and you take good care of it. • Let them see you use money as an ordinary and normal part of life.


—Forget the socks. While the sockless look may not be gaining any ground at the local law firm, this trend is definitely on the upswing for more casual occasions. So instead of buying socks, learn his shoe size and give him a pair of new sport sneakers or loafers. There are plenty of lightweight styles that feature new technology to choose from, and summer is the perfect time to try out a sockless approach to dressing. This gift may also encourage your dad NOT to wear socks with his sandals!

Careful! The Kids Are Watching



• Let them see you put money in the church offering. Make sure they catch you being generous with others and sharing what you have. • Tell your kids stories about the ways you are practicing frugality in order to save money. • Allow them to see you deposit money in the bank. • Let them see the way you pay for groceries with cash. • Teach them that money is important in our lives because we can exchange it for things we need and want. Update your dad's wardrobe with new sport sneakers and loafers from SWIMS (

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The Kids Are Watching... Continued from page 6 • Talk about money as casually as you talk about other things like sports and laundry. • Use coins to teach your preschoolers to count. It's effective and acknowledges their curiosity about money.

Don't Call Him a Klutz! And More Rules of the Parenting Game "Hit the ball! You're not concentrating!" "Your baby sister could have caught that!"

• Talk about the different shapes and colors of items in the store. It gives little ones something to do instead of wanting everything they see.

"Run! Faster! You're not even trying!"

• While a passenger in the grocery cart, allow your little one to hold the coupons or the list. Talk about finding the best value.

Lots of parents don't know how to behave when they watch their kid playing. They're loud, and obnoxious, and super-critical. So how should they act? Differently.

• Say, "We don't chose to spend our money that way" more often than you say "We can't afford it." • Remember preschoolers are listening and learning from everything they see you do and hear you say. • Use coins to teach the different denominations. Three and four-year-olds can learn to put all the pennies into one cup the nickels into another and so on. • Visit the library and park with your preschooler more often than the market or mall. • Give rewards of hugs and praise-not money. Creating the expectation of cash payment at every turn is a habit you'll regret in adolescence. • Monitor television time and opt for non-commercial viewing and videotapes when possible. • Let preschoolers participate in household chores to enjoy the security of belonging — not to get paid. • Intervene between advertisers and your kids. Preschoolers can't always tell when the television show ends and the ad begins. • Make sure your children grow up with a strong sense of gratitude, thankful for all they have. Mary invites questions at, or c/o Everyday Cheapskate, P.O. Box 2099, Cypress, CA 90630. This column will answer questions of general interest, but letters cannot be answered individually. Mary Hunt is the founder of, a personal finance member website and the author of "The Smart Woman's Guide to Planning for Retirement," released in 2013. COPYRIGHT 2014 CREATORS.COM

Here are some vital parenting rules to help you lead your child into a life of active play, so they don't give up and drop out of sports before they've had a chance to find the one they love, even if it's football:

BE POSITIVE. If you can't say something nice during a game, say nothing at all. Or stay home. You're the parent, not the coach. Your job is to be supportive, encouraging, unconditionally loving. Keep your comments positive. Let go of the negative. Give your kid credit for showing up, for working well with his teammates, for being a good sport. These qualities are a thousand times more important to your kid's future well-being than the final score of the game.

FOCUS ON FUN. If you want your kids to relax and enjoy sports, you have to relax and enjoy watching. If you get upset and unruly, so will they. All the experts agree: The quickest way to kill a kid's interest in sports is to overemphasize winning. It's a game! The real victory is for your kid to feel comfortable and happy chasing a tennis ball or swinging a bat. Kids who are made to feel unworthy on the ballfield take that insecurity into

adulthood. It's not pretty.

PRIZE. Research shows


that most kids play sports to have fun, improve their skills, and socialize with their friends. Winning isn't as big a deal to kids as it is to adults.

wins the game, bravo. But if your youngster is on the losing side, you need to offer empathy, not criticism. Recognize the loss, but don't dwell on it. The teachable moment is all about resiliency. If you can develop that nothing-candefeat-me spirit as a kid, being an adult gets a whole lot easier. Instead of dwelling on the loss, shift your kid's focus to something positive: What was the best part of the game? Did you learn something? Make a new friend?

BE AVAILABLE. Your behavior on game day is important, but a winning attitude at home counts, too. Do less talking and a lot more listening to your kid's experience. Don't judge. And don't box them in to playing soccer just because you grew up with posters of Pele in your room. Go join an adult soccer league and let your kids find what they love. Irish Dancing? Trampoline? Cave diving? (God forbid.)

STAY ABOVE THE FRAY. Sometimes fights erupt at a game, in the stands, on the field. Stay out of it. Don't abuse the refs or boo the other team. Stay cool, take a few calming breaths, and eat some peanuts till the argument blows over. It's also unwise to be critical of a coach in front of your kids. It you've got a question or complaint, take it up privately.


A much bigger deal is having your daughter or son feel good after the game. Fake praise won't do it. Kids are smarter than that. If you parent with positive feedback and compassion when it comes to sports, your kid is much more likely to grow up enjoying an active, healthy lifestyle.

And that's the real goal, isn't it? I have one more goal to mention. There is a life-changing sports and leadership summer camp for girls in Chicago run by Girls in the Game (, an award winning nonprofit. I was founding chair, still on the board, and remain a shameless cheerleader. In the next few weeks, we hope to raise enough money to take 150 girls off the mean streets of that great city and into our stellar, safe summer camp. The girls play a great mix of sports, eat real food, develop as leaders, and learn how to handle any violence their lives. That's how you help change the world — one kid at a time. I'm pasting in the link below. Told you I was shameless. http://girlsinthegame .org/content/index. asp?s=652&s2= 658&p=658&t= Change-the-GameCampaign ENERGY EX-

PRESS-O! BE A GAME CHANGER “Nothing you do for children is ever wasted.” — Garrison Keillor Marilynn Preston — healthy lifestyle expert, well being coach and Emmy-winning producer — is the creator of Energy Express, the longest-running syndicated fitness column in the country. \She has a website,, and welcomes reader questions, which can be sent to She also produces EnExTV, a digital reincarnation of her award-winning TV series about sports, fitness and adventure, for kids of all ages, at and COPYRIGHT 2014 ENERGY EXPRESS LTD.


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ACROSS 1 Macho guy 6 Recorded 11 Wise bird

14 As ___: usually 15 Overweight 16 Compete 17 Puccini opera

week 6/12 - 6/18 Saturn Retrograde on Father's Day By Holiday Mathis

18 Lariat 19 Come to a close 20 Wild guess 23 Maria ___ Trapp 24 A Gardner 25 New Haven campus 28 Not "fer" 31 Ancient Italian city 35 Actress Hagen 36 Baking dish 37 Squirrel food 38 Frisco fans root here 42 Red shade 43 Decompose 44 Pol. party 45 E.T. 46 Burt's missus 47 Grant 48 Je vous ___ beaucoup 50 Ms. Harper, for short 52 Irrelevant 58 Struck 59 ___ Dame 60 Saudi neighbor 62 Diminutive ending 63 Sobs

64 Memos 65 Sock hop locale 66 Gossipy gal 67 Hail

DOWN 1 Topper 2 God of love 3 Gruel 4 Nook 5 Teen endorsement 6 Ripped 7 Help a hood 8 Her mate's a proud bird 9 Organic compound 10 Stalemate 11 Above 12 Quick as a ___ 13 Was ahead 21 Sulking 22 Fabulous writer 25 Desert plant 26 Whatsoever 27 Veranda 29 Cooking fuel 30 Opening bit, for short 32 Swap 33 The Lady ___ 34 ___ no questions . . . 37 Lively 39 Fear 40 Show of mercy 41 Charged particle 46 ___ the lurch 47 Din 49 Part of MTM 51 Surrounded by 52 Crafty 53 Newsy bit 54 Weight allowance 55 "For ___ jolly good . . ." 56 Deserve 57 Leg joint 58 Embrace 61 Supporter: suffix

Saturn, the planet that rules paternal energy, is retrograde on this fine Father's Day, sending many of us down memory lane. The moon spends the morning in Capricorn, which Saturn rules, bringing the strongest fatherly focus of the day in the early hours before sailing like an expertly struck golf ball into the realm of Aquarius ready for games and socializing. Saturday opens the door to a new season, so get outside and enjoy. ARIES (March 21-April 19). Just as expert investors recommend a diverse stock portfolio, you will become emotionally richer for placing your attention on a variety of interests — at least three. Becoming too embroiled in one venture is an easily avoided danger this week. If you feel yourself obsessing, quickly change your mental channel. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). This week you'll have the chance to spend time on that thing you do that increases your sense of peace, pleasure and beauty. This activity is misunderstood by overly practical types who are so focused on profit that they do not understand efforts made for other reasons. Maybe you can educate them! GEMINI (May 21-June 21). For now, it's best to disregard your competition. Also disregard the limits of your ability. If you're aiming for a result that's within your skill level, know that it is too low to excite and motivate you. Ignore what you know about what you can do while you pay attention to what you would like to see yourself do. CANCER (June 22-July 22). A lack of awareness can be ruinous to relationships, especially new relationships that do not have the benefit of a solid foundation. It's one more reason to remember people's names. Staying socially present and keen will pay off for you. You'll build rapport with someone who will enrich your future experience. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). It may feel like you're playing a game of emotional chicken. You take a risk and reveal a part of who you are, and the other person does the same. How much to reveal? This is the milliondollar question, and with your discretion, taste and vulnerability, you'll strike just the right balance in this regard. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). It's always easier to present to an audience you know. If you're in touch with their needs, wants, values, interests and situational pressures, you'll let that information guide you. Unfortunately, it's not always possible to know your audience, and when that's the case, all you can do is try your best to put yourself in their place. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The Zen

master insists that there is no progress. Faith in progress is futile. The midweek brings the chance to take a break from accounting for the accumulation and direction of your efforts to feel the fullness of a moment. Being present is being happy. Those who help you stay in the moment will be your favorite people. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). This week shows you in an assertive mood. You'll feel emboldened to ask others for the change in their behavior you'd like to see. You feel fine with saying "no," and you won't be the least bit afraid to have a different opinion. You know yourself and stand in who you are. People will want to work and play with you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You'll have a heightened awareness of time and the way you manage and join with it. In the planning stages of things, it's necessary to send your mind ahead of you. However, once you've nailed a plan, the best way to prepare for any moment in the future is to become as fully present in the "now" moment as possible. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Influencing others isn't hard for you, and you'll have good reason to do so this week. The bottom line is: The better you know your subject the better you will present it. Once you get firm on the facts and figures, a bit of showmanship is all that's needed to make people sit up and pay attention. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Everyone wants to be good at the task at hand, but not everyone is willing to make the sacrifices necessary to be great at it — especially if the task is low on the glamour quotient. That's what sets you apart this week. Each task you tackle, regardless of how small, you approach with the intention of excellence. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your projects go 95 percent right this week. As for the other 5 percent, you never blame others; you blame yourself. You do this not because it's your fault, but because you're the only one you have control over. You'll learn more by holding yourself responsible, and you're definitely in the receptive state of mind to learn all that you can. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS: The world will recognize your star quality this year, especially in July and September when you'll be put in the spotlight for something you do beautifully. Unite your team and go forward with an August venture. A surprise will liven things up in October. You'll have to juggle the logistics, but the new way will be better. New powers of discipline will help you reach a fitness goal before the winter holidays, and you'll show up strong with friends and family as you usher in 2015.


El Paso Museum of Art Summer Art Camps — The museum’s

Youth Art Camps are $75 ($60 museum members),

Different activities and events throughout the summertime for kids.

Champion Studio -

Cinemark Movie Clubhouse - Ten fun films for kids throughout the summer

Indoor Summer Camp(YWCA)June 2- August 22 • Ages 6-12 • Indoor crafts and activities, outdoor activities educational field trips, healthy snacks, lunch and much more! • $100/week/child for members ($65 yearly). Non-members $125/week/child or $40 daily • Northeast – Myrna Deckert camp at 9135 Stahala 79924 Call Leticia Melendez at 7570306 camp operates from June 9-Au-


Summer classes for children run June 1 through Aug. 11 at the museum at One Arts Festival Plaza. Most camps are Tuesdays through Friday. Morning classes are 9:30 a.m. to noon; afternoon classes are 1 to 3:30 p.m. Information: 5321707 or Online registration at

Peter Piper Pizza -

cheer, tumbling, gymnastics from June

(MAD) camp in Upper Valley located at 4400 Boy Scout Lane 79922

through July. 12410 Montwood Dr. (915)593-2729

gust 22, M-F 6A-6:30P • East – Shirley Leavell camp at 10712 Sam Snead 79925 Call Helena Ortiz or Terry Edwards at 593-1289 camp operates from June 2-August 22 M-F from 7A-6P

Mary Ann Dodson "MAD" Camp (YWCA) -June11-August 22 •Ages 6-12 •At the Mary Ann Dodson

Summer Zoo Camp — The weeklong camps, “OceSloth” exploring the worlds of ocelots and sloths, for ages 6 to 10 are 9 a.m. to noon Monday

•Features an outdoor swimming pool, games and activities •$125/week/child for YWCA members ($65 yearly) •Non-members $157 weekly or $50 daily •Call 584-4007 and ask for Shenaz Mieles Camp operates from M-F 7AM-6PM



June 2 – August 22, Ages 5 11. Petting Zoo, Horseback Riding, Hay Rides. 915-5844491

unless otherwise listed. Includes art supplies. • Cartoon Mania, (age 6-8), afternoons, July 30-Aug. 2. • Print and Reprint, mornings for age 6-8 and afternoons for age 9-12, July 30-Aug. 2. “Museum Looks and Picture Books” Family Classes are 2 to 3 p.m. every other Thursday (July 25, Aug. 8 and Aug. 22) and for preschoolers (age 3-5) and their parents/caregivers. Cost: $24 ($20 member) for one adult and child; $6 second child ($5 members)


San Francisco Stables

through Friday June 9-Aug. 8, at the El Paso Zoo, 4001 E. Paisano. Campers will learn about conservation and experience live education animals, behind the scenes tours, crafts, games and more. Cost: $100 per week; $90 zoo members (includes tshirt, hat and snacks). Advance registration required. Information: 532-8156 or Sloth Camp dates are June 9-13, June 23-27, July 711, July 21-25 and Aug. 4-8. Ocelot Camp dates are June 16-20 (full); June 30-July 4, July 14-18 and July 28-Aug. 1.


hands-on activities, games, take-home craft projects and more through Aug. 23. Each camp, geared to ages 6-12, runs Monday through Friday. Morning (9 a.m. to noon) and afternoon (1 to 4 p.m.) sessions offered. Admission: $100 per camp; campers booking all six get one free. Multiple child and military discounts available.

K’Nex, Legos, Popsicle sticks and building with things like gumdrops and string. Mornings Aug. 12-16. • Super Simple Science: Learn copper penny chemistry and floating bowling ball physics, and campers make expanding elephant toothpaste, outrageous ooze, lava lamps and glitter globes. Ages 8 and older only.



Paso Exploreum, 300 W. San Antonio, hosts its weeklong summer camps, including the new Harry Potter Camp, with

Registration deadline is the Tuesday prior to each camp. Information/registration: 5334330. Register online at • The New Super Gross camp is Aug. 5-9, with fake poop cookies, and on super soaker Friday (wear a swimsuit). • Engineer It — Learn about Afternoons Aug. 19-23. • In Around the World in Five Days: Campers visit a dozen world cultures through games,stories and crafts like African drums, Brazilian rainsticks, and Australian boomerangs. AfternoonsAug. 19-23.

History Summer Day Camp — El Paso

Cost per camp: $70 ($55 museum members). Registration on a first come, first serve basis, space limited. Information: Sue Taylor, 351-3588 or Online registration at Camps include adventurous outdoor activities, arts and crafts workshops, museum games and more. All camps are from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost per camp is $55 for museum members and $70 for non-members. Space is limited and early registration is recommended. For registration information, contact Sue Taylor at 351-3588 or • Pirates on the Rio Grande is Aug. 6-9 for ages 9-13. Make play swords, pirate flags, elect

Museum of History, 510 N. Santa Fe, offers summer camps through Aug. 23 for ages 7 to 13. All camps are 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday through Friday. PICTURES FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY

El Paso Exploreum Summer Camps — El

a captain, learn about treasure coins, and enjoy food of the islands. • Night in a Real Museum camp (for ages 9-13) session II is Aug. 20-23. Make and marbleize paper, work with leather, create historic characters, and more. A sleepover is Friday 6 p.m. to Saturday 8 a.m. with fun, games and pizza at night. Take a flashlight tour through the museum galleries and meet the museum’s friendly ghosts.

Kids’ Summer Art Classes — Ardovino’s Desert Crossing, One Ardovino Drive in Sunland Park, hosts beginner/intermediate and watercolor classes for ages 5-12, Continues on page 12



Kids’ Summer Art Classes... Aug. 6-12, presented by Patricia McNamara. Call for times.

Dancer’s Studio Summer Camp — Dance camps for all levels of dancers age 4 and

its summer camps for youth of all ages and skill levels Tuesdays through Fridays, through Aug. 16. Times are 10 to 11:30 a.m. for beginners, 11:30 to 1 p.m. for intermediate level and

Tiny Tot camp for ages 3-5 is 9 to 10 a.m. Wednesdays through Fridays, through Aug. 16. Participants enjoy drills, skill techniques and professional tennis instruction. Cost: $40 ($35 members) for twoweek session. Swim Team-A part of the city teams division. This team is for kids, ages 5 through 18, where they get quality instruction in and out of the water. The coaches emphasize team work and fun. The cost of the season is $110/child for members and $130/child for nonmembers. Please call Tennis West at 5815471 for sessions dates, times,


Cost: $75 per child per week (with their own supplies); $100 per child per week (supplies provided). Sibling rates available. Information: (575) 5890653.

Sports and Racquet Club, hosts

2 to 4 p.m. advanced. Participants instructed in games, drills, simulated point play and strategy from skilled teaching pros. Cost per two-week session: $78 beginner and intermediate; $98 advanced. Information: 581-5471 or

older run 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Aug. 9, at Dancer’s Studio of El Paso, 5380 N. Mesa Ste. 111 (at Festival).

and all other information.

Creative Kids will offer classes from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 504 San Francisco. The camps are two-week sessions offered June 5-15, June 19-29, July 10-20, July 24-Aug. 3 and Aug. 6-17. Information: 533-9575.

will cover in class themes such as "Day at the Circus," "Fairies & Pirates," "It's a Jungle Out There," "Bugs & Butterflies" and "Storybook Favorites." The cost is $10 each session. Information: 629-9577.

and crafts, games, indoor baseball, soccer, volleyball and various physical activities. Pick one, two or three days out of a week or sign up for a full week or month. Information: 5850810

Melissa's Gym Flexible Day Camp for chil-

The Museum of Art also is now taking applications for summer youth volunteers, 14 years and older. 532-1707 ext.27. "Art 2-d Too" (Ages 6 to 12), will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon June 12-15. Children can discover the basic art concepts through elements of line, texture, shape and color. They will create two-dimensional projects using a wide variety of materials.

dren ages 3 and a half to 14 will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, beginning June 4 at 4564 Doniphan. Daily camp activities include gymnastics, arts

The Michaels Kids Craft Camp will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. and from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. daily July 1620 and July 23-27 at 1313 George Dieter. The children PICTURES FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY

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17-20. Children will be introduced to the fundamental concept and techniques of drawing through the experimentation of line, perspective, contrast and shading.

"Bookmaking and Papermaking" five of his or her senses and will create art using all of them, letting the art become accessible on all levels. "Beyond the Basics: Drawing" (Ages 10 to 14), will offered from 1 to 3:30 p.m. July

(Ages 10-14), will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon July 10-13. Children will learn the fundamentals of bookmaking by making his or her own paper and constructing their own books and journals. "Clay Constructions" (Ages 6-12), will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon June 5-15 and

from 1 to 3:30 p.m. July 17-27. Children will gain and understanding of working with clay while being introduced to the basic methods of hand-building. Enrollment in both weeks is required. The cost is $128 for Museum members and $160 for non-members. "Clay Creations" (Ages 6-12), will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon July 10-13. Children will design three-dimensional creatures and critters using polymer clay. "Colors and Shapes" (Age 5), will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to noon July 24-27. Students will discuss line, shape and color in art. Children will see how other artists use colors and shapes to create unique patterns in art. "Comic Art" (Ages 10-14), will be offered from 9:30 to noon July 24-27. Children will learn illustration techniques behind popular cartooning and develop skills in drawing facial expressions and action poses. Finished illustrations include a storyboard, comic strip and a 3-D poster "Craftapalooza" (Ages 6-12), will be offered from 1 to 3:30 p.m. July 17-20 and July 24-27. Students will try their hand at a different art activity each day, from polymer clay to painting and creating paper art.

DJ Camp — Ballroom Marfa hosts its 4th annual DJ/producing camp for Big Bend-area youth ages 7-17 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 30-July 4. Professional DJs Faith Gay and Javier Arrendondo will teach students to mix songs and sample music. Ad-

mission is free; registration required, as class size limited. Information: (432) 729-3600. A public performance concludes the camp at 4 p.m. Saturday, July 5.

Black Range Horsemanship Camp — The camp is July 6-19 in Winston, N.M., in the Cuchillo Mountains. The camp, led by Greg Evans and now in its 20th year, is open to boys and girls ages 8 to 16 of all riding skill levels. Activities include horseback riding, arts and crafts, Indian lore, hiking, sports and games, rifle shooting, skeet shooting for older campers, archery, rappelling, drama, skits and dancing, a cattle drive and branding (range conditions permitting) and various field trips. A playday rodeo and tribal games offered on the final day of camp. Campers may also bring their own horses if desired. Parents are invited on final day for a dinner and campfire. Cost: $900, reservation deposit required. Discounts offered for returning campers and families with two or more campers. Half sessions are July 6-12 or July 13-19. Cost: $500. Information: (575) 743-1602 or

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Recreation Department is taking registration for its summer sports leagues. Registration is 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. All participants will be issued a Parks & Recreation Activity ID card. space is limited. Information: Meerscheidt Recreation Center, (575) 541-2563 Lil’ Sluggers T-Ball, Coach Pitch Baseball, and Softball (Co-Rec) League registration for pre-kinder to age 8 begins Thursday, May 1, until filled. Fee: $40 per player; includes team shirt. Continues on next page

Las Cruces Summer Sports Leagues...Returning teams deadline is Saturday, June 7, and new player registration is Saturday, June 14. Proof of age, grade and payment required. Coaches meeting is 6 p.m. Thursday, June 19, at Meerscheidt Recreation Center, with new players meeting Thursday, June 26. Games begin week of July 8.

Szwaczkowski. Pieces created by students will be shown in a later exhibition. The workshops are in conjunction with the center’s summer exhibitions: “Ignite: The Artistic and Educational Heritage of Gaspar Enriquez” and “Something Gleams: Rachelle Thiewes”.


five-day summer camps are

Monday through Friday, July 14-18, at the eastside location, 11660 Montwood, and July 2125, at the Westside location, 2419 N. Stanton. Each day is a different theme involving yoga, music and art. Cost: $150 (by July 1); $180 after; includes camp shirt. Information: 9211980 (East), or 792-0020 (West).

Rubin Center Summer Programs — UTEP’s Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts hosts its annual free summer programs for high school students June 23-26. Registration required. Information: 7477837 or Two workshops are offered:

“Murals: Storytelling on Walls,” taught by Francisco Delgado and Mauricio Olague. Murals created by students will be installed the Segundo Barrio.

“Shimmer: Body Art and Jewelry Making,” taught by Xochitl Rodriguez and Daniel

Summer Orchestra Camp — El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestra’s 5th annual summer camp for ages 8-22 are 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 28-Aug. 1, at Jefferson High School, 4700 Alameda, open to any young musician with at least one year

Mars.” Learn the basics of

of experience on an orchestral instrument. Students receive both large and small group instruction from EPSYOs staff members. Activities such as games, movies, and recitals planned each day. Cost: $85 by July 1; $100 after. Information: 525-8978 or

cleaning water on Mars, or Earth, and how to design and build a greenhouse to grow their own food. • One Giant Leap: Space 101. Cadets will build their own satellite model and a solar weather station, then go underwater to learn the basics of building and repairing vehicles in orbit. • “Alien

New Mexico Space Academy Summer Camps — The New Mexico Museum of Space History in Alamogordo offers week-long science camps through June and July for grades K through 12. Sessions begin on Mondays; both day camp and overnight options available; discounts for multiple reservations and military families. Registration/information: (575) 437-2840 ext. 41137. Registration forms available online at This year’s camps include: • “Homesteading

Hunters: Mission to Europa.” Travel to Jupiter’s icy PICTURES FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY

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Special Olympics Flag Football Camps — Miracle League of El Paso and Sun City Flag Football League will host a series of five free summer camps to instruct individuals interested in participating in a flag football league for persons with disabilities. The fundamentals of Special Olympics flag football will be taught. Games held on Saturday mornings beginning in June. Registration con-

ducted during the camps. Volunteers, coaches and buddies are also needed. Information: 779-4770. Teams will be five


Continued from page 17...performing an Alien Autopsy and decoding messages from space. • Rex Rocket’s Asteroid Round-Up. Learn the basics of prospecting on an asteroid in space and how to keep asteroids from sending mankind the way of the dinosaur.

members and divided according to age; all ages are welcome. Persons using mobility devices are encouraged to participate.

Summer Nature Camp — Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science, 411 N. Main in the Las Cruces Downtown Mall, hosts four dif-

ferent summer camps for youth Mondays through Fridays,June 2-27. Early registration encouraged; space is limited. Information: (575) 522-3120. Online registration at: • 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 2-6 and June 1620: Be a Naturalist. Explore the lives of animals and how the environment/ecosystem can effect them. Includes hikes and trip to El Paso Zoo. Class for Grades 6-8 June 2-6 and grades 3-5 June 16-20. Cost: $150.

Summer Nature Camp • 8 a.m. to noon June 9-13: Summer Science Mash Up (Grades 1-2). Be a “mad scientist” and explore different areas of science. Cost: $100. • 8 a.m. to noon June 23-27: Microscopic World (Grades 6-8). Learn the micro-world from human cells to how humans ef-

fect other microorganisms. $125. First Tee Summer Camps — First Tee of Greater El Paso host its Summer Session 1 classes June 9-July 12 for levels of Players. (No classes June 16-17 or July 3-4). Early registration encouraged. Information: 252-6511 or info@thefirstteegreaterelpaso.o rg. PLAY-er Class is 8 to 10 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Fee: $75. Beginner PLAY-er Class for new participants is 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Fee: $75. • Wee One’s Class is 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays, June 14-July 12, for ages 4-6; space is limited. Fee: $50. • Special Kids Class is 10:15 to 11: 15 a.m. Saturdays, June 14July 12 for participants with Special Needs. Fee: $25. • Par/Birdie/Eagle Class are 8:30 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 10-July 10, for

participants who are in the Par or Birdie or Eagle Programs.

Safety Town — The 48th annual Safety Town program for children about to start school has free weekly sessions 10 a.m. to noon Mondays through Fridays June 9-Aug. 1, at Bassett Place. Registration forms available at the Bassett Place Customer Service Center. Limited to 22 students per class. Information: 772-7479 or The program is open to children aged 5 and 6 who are about to start school. The one-week class, sponsored by Bassett Place with the El Paso Police Department, teaches kids about traffic, fire, stray animals, strangers, drugs and other safety issues. Instruction is in a classroom setting for an hour then in the kid-sized “Safety

Town Village” for the second hour. Graduation ceremony at 11 a.m. each Friday of program.

UTEP Summer Theatre camps — The UTEP Department of Theatre, Dance and Film will host its 2014 summer camps June 927. Tuition: $225 per camp. Financial assistance available. Information: Adriana Dominguez, 747-6213 or Camp is 9 a.m. to noon for ages 7 to 12, and 1 to 4 p.m. for ages 13-18, Mondays through Fridays, focusing on the acting and rehearsal process. All students learn the fundamentals of theatre culminating in a live performance for family and friends on the last day of the camp. Continues on next page


Fencing Summer Camps — Salle De Long Fencing School’s annual summer camps are 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday June 16-20, and June 23-27, at its fencing center, 1105 E. Yandell (at Octavia). Cost per camp: $200; equipment provided. Information: Margaret De Long, 346-4338, or The school’s fencing classes are 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday for youth/beginners, and 6 to 7 p.m. for teens and adults, at its fencing center. Cost: $120/month; first trial class is free; equipment provided.

Summer Kids Flicks Kicks Off 7th Season with Family Oriented Films Fort Bliss, TX. – The Grand Theatre Fort Bliss 10, managed

by Southern Theatres, L.L.C., announces the start of the annual film program Summer Kids Flicks. Geared towards kids and those who are kids at heart, the Summer Kids Flicks series will offer an exciting array of family-oriented films every Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the summer season. The box office will open every Tuesday and Wednesday at 9:30am, followed by a 10:00am showtime. Tickets may be purchased on the morning of the show at the box office for only $3.50; the cost will include a small box of popcorn and a kid’s small soda. Attendance is expected to be high, so early arrival is recommended.

technologies and amenities available – a signature trademark of Southern Theatres’ first-class customer service and entertainment experience.

The Grand Theatre Fort Bliss 10 is a state-of-the-art facility that features all digital projection and sound, 3D presentations, stadium seating, and high-back rocker seats. Grand Theatre patrons enjoy the latest

July 15–16 Despicable Me

2014 Schedule of Summer Kids Flicks: June 17–18 The Croods June 24–25 Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 July 1–2 Muppets Take Manhattan July 8–9 Walking With Dinosaurs

July 22–23 Despicable Me 2 July 29–30 Turbo


DOG PADDLE By Kim Campbell Thornton Universal Uclick


t’s summertime, and that

means it’s time to get in the water. And what water-loving dog owner doesn’t throw tennis balls for Jake to fetch from the pool, take him to the beach or have him as first mate while power-boating, sailing, kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding? Those are all great ways to spend time with your dog, but it’s important to ensure

that he’s “waterproof.” People often assume that dogs know instinctively how to swim, but that’s not the case. Teaching your dog to swim is an important part of his education, especially if you have a pool, hot tub or pond on your property or spend lots of time at the shore. • Summer is the best time to introduce your dog to the joys of playing in water. Even dogs such as Labs or Chesapeake Bay retrievers may balk if their first experience in the wet stuff is a cold one. • If possible, take your dog to an area where he can get his paws wet gradually, such as a lake or an ocean

11 tips to help your dog get in the swim this summer

beach that doesn’t have big surf. • Never throw your dog in the water. That’s a good way to teach him to hate swimming. • If you’re introducing a puppy to water, it helps if you have an older dog who can show him the ropes. Pups will usually follow older dogs and copy what they do. • As your dog gets more used to being in the water, up the fun level by throwing a bumper or floating ball into shallow water for him to fetch. • As your dog goes deeper, support his body until Always be sure your dog has a way to get out of the pool and knows how to use it.

he starts swimming on his own. Encourage him to swim to you. • No easy access to a lake or ocean? A child’s wading pool is an equally good start. Let your dog splash around in it to get the idea that playing in water is fun. When he encounters the real thing, he’ll love it. • Even the most water-loving dog can tire or panic for some reason. Always be sure your dog knows how to get out of the pool. Take him into the pool and show him how to find the stairs and climb out.

Let him get in the pool and see if he can get out on his own. Practice this frequently until you’re sure he’s prepared. • If you have a boat, the same rules apply. Put your dog in the water and then help him get back into the boat. Some dogs learn to use the boat ladder to scramble back on board. More important, keep a safety harness or canine life vest on him anytime he’s on board, whether you’re in a canoe or on a yacht. Choose one with a loop on the top so you can

grasp it by hand or with a boat hook to haul him back in. It should fit snugly without restricting your dog’s movement. The best choice is one with adjustable straps and quick-release buckles. • Consider purchasing a product such as a Skamper-Ramp, which can be used in pools and on boats. The ramp is easily visible because it’s white and it angles down, breaking the surface of the water and placing it at pet’s-eye level. • Use a pool fence or other barrier to keep old or blind pets away from water. If they fall in the pool, they won’t be able to get out. Other dogs that risk drowning if they fall in the water are those with big heads or short legs, such as bulldogs, pugs, Boston terriers, dachshunds and basset hounds. Now, get out there and enjoy the dog days of summer.



12704 East Montana - East of Joe Battle


Schedule good for Friday June 13 ~ Sunday June 15 22 Jump Street(Digital)(R) 12:20PM 3:20PM 6:20PM 9:20PM 11:25PM 22 Jump Street (XD) (R)10:50AM 1:50PM 4:50PM 7:50PM 10:50PM Blended(Digital) (PG-13) 9:50AM Edge Of Tomorrow (3D) (PG-13) 11:30AM 2:20PM 5:10PM 8:00PM 10:50PM Edge Of Tomorrow (Digital) (PG13) 10:25AM 1:20PM 4:10PM 7:00PM 9:50PM Fault In Our Stars, The (Digital) (PG-13) 10:55AM 12:35PM 2:05PM 3:40PM 5:15PM 6:55PM 8:20PM 10:05PM Godzilla (2014) (3D) (PG-13) 9:50AM 4:00PM 10:20PM Godzilla (2014) (Digital) (PG-13) 1:10PM 7:40PM How To Train Your Dragon 2 (3D)

(PG) 9:55AM 11:15AM 2:15PM 3:45PM 5:15PM 8:10PM 11:00PM How To Train Your Dragon 2 (Digital) (PG) 10:30AM 12:45PM 1:30PM 4:30PM 6:45PM 7:30PM 9:45PM 10:30PM Maleficent (3D) (PG) 11:20AM 2:00PM 4:40PM 7:20PM 10:00PM Maleficent (Digital) (PG) 10:05AM 12:40PM 3:20PM 6:00PM 8:40PM 11:15PM Million Ways To Die In The West, A (Digital) (R) 9:55AM 3:10PM 8:30PM Neighbors (Digital) (R) 12:40PM 6:00PM 11:20PM X-Men: Days Of Future Past (3D) (PG-13)12:50PM 7:10PM X-Men: Days Of Future Past (Digital) (PG-13) 10:00AM 4:25PM 10:55PM

EAST POINTE MOVIES 12 • I-10 & Lee Trevino • for 6/13 - 6/19 2D MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN (PG) | 11:35AM | 2:10PM | 4:35PM | 7:00PM | 9:25PM 2D NEED FOR SPEED (PG-13) | 11:00AM | 1:45PM | 4:30PM | 7:15PM | 10:00PM 2D THE LEGO MOVIE (PG) | 11:05AM | 1:25PM | 3:45PM | 6:25PM | 8:45PM A HAUNTED HOUSE 2 (R) | 11:45AM | 2:05PM | 4:15PM | 6:45PM | 8:55PM BRICK MANSIONS (PG-13) | 11:30AM | 2:15PM | 4:45PM | 7:10PM | 9:20PM DIVERGENT (PG-13) | 11:50AM | 3:15PM | 6:15PM | 9:15PM GOD'S NOT DEAD (PG)

| 11:25AM | 2:00PM | 4:40PM | 7:25PM | 9:55PM MUPPETS MOST WANTED (PG) | 11:10AM | 1:50PM | 6:50PM NOAH (PG-13) | 12:10PM | 3:10PM | 6:10PM | 9:10PM NON-STOP (PG-13) | 11:55AM | 2:20PM | 4:55PM | 7:20PM | 9:50PM OCULUS (R) | 11:15AM | 1:40PM | 4:10PM | 7:05PM | 9:30PM THE OTHER WOMAN (PG-13) | 11:20AM | 1:55PM | 4:25PM | 7:00PM | 9:40PM THE QUIET ONES (PG-13) | 4:25PM | 9:35PM

Sunland Park Mall Schedule good for June 13 How to Train Your Dragon 2 PG105 Mins with Partial Reserved Seating11:00am | 1:50pm | 4:35pm | 7:10pm | 10:00pm Digital Cinema with Partial Reserved Seating10:15am | 1:00pm | 3:45pm | 6:30pm | 9:15pm 22 Jump Street R112 Mins Digital Cinema with Partial Reserved Seating 10:45am | 1:40pm | 4:25pm | 7:30pm | 10:20pm The Fault in Our Stars PG-13 126 Mins Digital Cinema with Partial Reserved Seating 9:45am | 12:40pm | 3:50pm | 7:00pm | 10:10pm Maleficent PG98 Mins with Partial Reserved Seating 9:30am | 2:30pm | 10:30pm Digital Cinema with Partial Reserved Seating 12:00pm | 7:50pm Edge of Tomorrow PG-13113 Mins with Partial Reserved Seating 10:55am | 4:45pm | 10:25pm Digital Cinema with Partial Reserved Seating 2:00pm | 7:40pm

CINEMARK CIELO VISTA Gateway West Blvd/Cielo Vista Mall •

Schedule good for Friday June 13 How to Train Your Dragon 2 PG105 Mins 10:45am | 12:15pm | 1:45pm | 3:15pm | 4:45pm | 6:15pm | 8:00pm | 9:15pm | 10:45pmDigital Cinema 10:00am | 11:30am | 1:00pm | 2:30pm | 4:00pm | 5:30pm | 7:00pm|8:30pm| 10:00pm 22 Jump Street R112 Mins 10:15am | 1:15pm | 7:15pmDigital Cinema 11:00am | 2:00pm | 4:15pm | 5:00pm |

8:00pm | 10:15pm | 10:45pm Edge of Tomorrow PG-13113 Mins 4:15pm | 10:15pm 11:15am | 2:15pm | 5:15pm | 8:15pm Digital Cinema 10:15am | 12:30pm | 1:15pm | 3:30pm | 6:30pm | 7:15pm | 9:30pm Chef R115 Mins CinéArts Digital 10:20am | 1:20pm | 4:20pm | 7:20pm | 10:20pm Blended PG-13117 Mins Digital Cinema

10:25am | 1:25pm | 4:25pm | 7:25pm | 10:25pm Million Dollar Arm PG124 MinsDigital Cinema 10:10am | 1:10pm | 4:10pm | 7:10pm | 10:10pm Belle PG104 Mins CinéArts Digital 10:05am | 1:05pm | 4:05pm | 7:05pm | 10:05pm Neighbors R97 Mins Digital Cinema 10:35am | 1:35pm | 4:35pm | 7:35pm | 10:35pm


West side of El Paso .- 7440 Remcon Circle

Schedule good for Friday June 13 How to Train Your Dragon 2 PG105 Mins 9:10am | 12:10pm | 1:10pm | 3:10pm | 6:10pm|8:10pm| 9:10pm Digital Cinema 10:10am | 11:10am | 2:10pm | 4:10pm | 5:10pm | 7:00pm | 10:10pm 22 Jump Street R112 Mins 10:30am | 1:30pm | 4:30pm | 7:30pm | 10:30pm Digital Cinema 9:40am | 12:40pm | 3:45pm | 8:20pm | 11:15pm The Fault in Our Stars PG-13126 Mins

Digital Cinema 9:05am | 11:30am | 12:20pm | 2:55pm | 3:50pm | 6:30pm | 7:10pm | 9:55pm | 10:35pm Maleficent PG98 Mins 9:35am | 12:30pm | 3:25pm | 6:20pm Digital Cinema 10:35am | 1:30pm | 4:25pm|7:20p| 10:15pm Edge of Tomorrow PG-13113 Mins 11:15am | 2:20pm | 5:30pm | 8:40pm | 9:25pm Digital Cinema 10:15am | 1:25pm |

4:35pm | 7:40pm | 10:50pm A Million Ways to Die in the West R116 Mins Digital Cinema 10:05am | 1:20pm | 4:40pm | 7:50pm | 11:00pm Blended PG-13117 Mins Digital Cinema 9:00am X-Men: Days of Future Past PG-13131 Mins 3:15pm | 10:05pm Digital Cinema 11:40am | 6:40pm GodzillaPG-13120 Mins 12:00pm | 6:50pm Digital Cinema 3:30pm | 10:20pm

CINEMARK 20 AND XD 11855 Gateway West, El Paso, TX 79936

Schedule good for Friday June 13 How to Train Your Dragon 2 PG105 Mins 10:40am | 12:10pm | 1:40pm | 3:10pm | 4:40pm | 6:10pm | 7:40pm | 9:10pm | 10:40pm Digital Cinema 10:00am | 11:20am | 1:00pm | 2:20pm | 4:00pm | 5:20pm | 7:00pm | 8:20pm | 10:00pm | 11:10pm 22 Jump Street R112 Mins10:30am | 1:30pm | 4:30pm | 7:30pm | 10:30pm Digital Cinema 11:30am | 12:30pm | 2:30pm | 3:30pm | 5:30pm | 6:30pm | 8:30pm | 9:30pm | 11:30pm The Fault in Our Stars PG-13126 Mins Digital Cinema10:10am | 11:40am | 1:10pm | 2:00pm | 2:40pm | 4:10pm | 5:40pm |

7:10pm | 8:00pm | 8:40pm | 10:10pm Maleficent PG98 Mins 12:20pm | 2:10pm | 3:20pm | 6:20pm | 8:10pm | 9:20pm Digital Cinema 10:20am | 11:10am | 1:20pm | 4:20pm | 5:10pm | 7:20pm | 10:20pm | 11:20pm Edge of Tomorrow PG-13113 Mins 11:05am | 12:05pm | 2:50pm | 4:50pm | 5:35pm | 8:25pm | 11:00pm Digital Cinema10:05am 12:50pm | 3:50pm | 6:50pm | 9:50pm A Million Ways to Die in the West R116 Mins Digital Cinema 10:05am | 12:55pm | 3:55pm | 6:55pm | 9:55pm Blended PG-13117 Mins

Digital Cinema 12:20pm | 7:05pm X-Men: Days of Future Past PG-13131 Mins 4:05pm | 10:15pm Digital Cinema 1:15pm | 7:25pm Godzilla PG-13120 Mins 1:05pm | 7:15pm Digital Cinema 10:15am | 4:25pm | 10:35pm Million Dollar Arm PG124 Mins Digital Cinema 11:25am Neighbors R97 Mins Digital Cinema 2:35pm | 5:15pm | 7:50pm | 10:25pm The Amazing Spider-Man 2 PG-13143 Mins Digital Cinema 3:45pm | 10:05pm

Schedule good for 6/13 , 6/14, 6/15 and Tuesday 6/17 22 JUMP STREET (R)10:00 | 11:15 | 12:45 | 2:00 | 4:00 | 5:00 | 7:00 | 8:15 | 8:45 | 9:45 | 11:00 | 11:30 | 12:00am | 12:20am BLENDED (PG13)11:00 | 1:45 | 4:30 | 7:10 | 9:40 EDGE OF TOMORROW 2D (PG13) 11:15 | 2:00 | 4:50 | 7:35 | 10:20 | 12:20am EDGE OF TOMORROW 3D (PG13) 10:30 | 1:15 | 4:00 | 7:15 | 10:00 GODZILLA 2D (PG13) 11:30 | 2:20 | 5:10 | 10:50 HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2, 2D (PG) 10:00 | 12:00 | 12:35 | 3:10 | 5:10 | 6:15 | 8:50 | 11:25 HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2, 3D (PG) 11:10 | 1:45 | 2:35 | 4:20 | 7:15 | 7:45 | 9:50 | 10:20 MALEFICENT 2D (PG) 11:00 | 1:30 | 4:30 | 7:00 | 9:30 MALEFICENT 3D (PG) 11:30 | 2:00 | 5:00 | 7:30 MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST (R) 7:15 | 10:05 NEIGHBORS (R) 1:00 | 4:00 THE FAULT IN OUR STARS (PG13) 10:00 | 11:00 | 1:00 | 2:00 | 4:00 | 5:00 | 7:15 | 8:00 | 10:15 | 12:15am X-MEN:DAYS OF FUTURE PAST 2D (PG13) 10:15 | 11:00 | 1:15 | 2:15 | 4:15 | 5:15 | 7:15 | 8:15 | 10:15 | 11:15 | 12:10am

Premiere Cinema + IMAX El Paso Bassett Schedule good for Friday June 13

A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST (R) *DIGITAL: 11:20 am | 12:20 pm | 2:00 pm | 3:00 pm 4:45 pm | 5:45 pm | 7:35 pm | 8:35 pm | 10:25 pm CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER (PG-13) 2D: 10:35 am | 1:35 pm | 4:40 pm | 7:40 pm | 10:40 pm COLD IN JULY (NR) *DIGITAL: 11:10 am | 1:55 pm | 4:25 pm | 7:20 pm | 9:50 pm GODZILLA DOBLADA EN ESPANOL (En Español) (PG-13) 2D: 10:55 am | 1:40 pm | 4:25 pm | 7:15 pm | 10:20 pm GODZILLA (PG-13) 3D: 10:10pm 2D: 10:45am | 1:30pm | 4:15pm |7:20 pm HEAVEN IS FOR REAL (PG) *DIGITAL: 11:35 am | 2:10 pm | 4:35 pm | 7:10 pm | 9:40 pm MALEFICENT (PG) *D-BOX 3D: 5:00 pm | 10:05 pm *D-BOX 2D: 7:45 pm *IMAX 3D: 11:00 am | 1:30 pm | 4:00 pm | 7:00 pm | 9:30 pm *3D: 12:30 pm | 5:00 pm | 10:05 pm *2D: 12:05 pm | 2:30 pm | 3:05 pm | 5:30 pm | 7:45 pm | 8:15 pm | 10:35 pm PALO ALTO (R) *DIGITAL: 12:30 pm | 3:00 pm | 5:20 pm | 7:50 pm | 10:15 pm RIO 2 (G) 2D: 11:55 am | 2:35 pm | 5:00 pm | 7:25 pm | 9:50 pm THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (PG-13) *2D: 12:35 pm | 4:20 pm | 7:15 pm | 10:25 pm THE FAULT IN OUR STARS (PG-13) *DIGITAL: 10:30 am | 11:30 am | 1:15 pm 2:15 pm | 4:00 pm 5:00 pm | 6:45 pm | 7:45 pm | 9:30 pm | 10:30 pm X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (PG13) 3D: 10:30 am | 1:25 pm | 4:30 pm | 7:30 pm | 10:20 pm 2D: 11:05am | 2:00pm | 5:05pm | 8:00 pm | 10:55 pm * -- denotes Pass Restricted features

Music Releases

June 17th Willie Nelson - Band of Brothers Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence Sam Smith - In the Lonely Hour

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DJ Spotlight | Bart B More

Bart first gained exposure as a promising newcomer to the Dutch scene. Combining his love for beat-driven, looped techno music with big room house and electro, he has been crafting a refreshingly new cross-over sound. After his first few years of spinning in Holland, he unleashed “So It Goes” and a remix of Sandy Rivera’s “Freak,” both of which gained extensive international support while being crowned Pete Tong’s Essential New Tunes.

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Tech N9ne w/Freddie Gibbs @ Tricky Falls June 22nd

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Too-Short & E-40 @Tricky Falls July 4th

SoLoud Massive @ El Paso County Coliseum July 27th

Peter Murphy @Tricky Falls

diversity, blending together a plethora of different styles and genres into his mainroom sound. In the past 3 years Bart has performed at numerous shows around the world, and has amassed a rather impressive resume. A few highlights of the past year of touring include Electric Daisy Carnival - LA, Nocturnal Festival - LA, Trouble & Bass - NY & Miami, Institubes Festival - Paris, Forma T - Bruxelles, Beyond Wonderland - LA, Mad Decent - Miami, Sunrise Festival Poland, Super You & Me, Mysteryland - Holland, INOX Festival France, and RAUW -Amsterdam.

Bart van der Meer, AKA Bart B More, has quickly become one of the brightest new stars in the international electronic music scene. He has consistently been crafting dancefloor destroyers that have received massive support from prominent DJ’s around the world.

Since then, he has added several original tracks on various labels to his arsenal, like “Romane” (Sound Pellegrino 2009), “Make Some Noise” (Secure 2009), “Don’t Stop The Music” (Secure 2010), “Finally” vs Oliver Twizt (Ultra Records 2009), and “Brap: (Boys Noize 2010), which have all climbed to high points on the Beatport charts. Bart B More has also demonstrated a natural ability for creating incredible remixes. Examples include Chocolate Puma’s “Touch Me” (Beatport nr. 1), Drop The Lime’s “Sex Sax” (Beatport

In 2008, Bart B More founded Secure Recordings, which has already released some great records from Diplo, Bassjackers, Riva Starr, Destroy Disco, and Bingo Players. Top 15), Crookers feat. Kelis’ “No Security” and Ron Carroll’s “Walking Down The Street.” Besides these official remixes, Bart enjoys working with big records and giving them his

own twist, resulting in successful bootlegs of Lily Allen, The Editors, Daft Punk, etc. What makes Bart’s live sets special is his capacity for

More information on Secure can be found at . With upcoming releases, we can safely say that Bart B More is not one to ignore.






Race: Quicken Loans 400 Where: Michigan International Speedway When: Sunday, 1 p.m. (ET) TV: TNT 2013 Winner: Greg Biffle (right)

Race: Ollie’s Bargain Outlet 250 Where: Michigan International Speedway When: Saturday, 2 p.m. (ET) TV: ESPN 2013 Winner: Regan Smith

Race: Drivin’ for Linemen 200 Where: Gateway Motorsports Park When: Saturday, 8:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX Sports 1 2013 Winner: No 2013 race

heat-generating piece of debris. Earnhardt then motored away to his second win of 2014, the other coming in the seasonopening Daytona 500. Sunday’s triumph gave him multiple wins on the season for the first time since 2004, and it was his 21st career Sprint Cup victory. His success comes in a season in which his crew chief, Steve Letarte, is making his final trip around the circuit

before moving to a TV commentator role with NBC, which joins the NASCAR broadcast rotation next year. Earnhardt said in his winner’s interview that it’s his relationship — at the tracks and away from them — with Letarte, car chief Jason Burdette and others on his crew that make his success this year so meaningful. “We do a lot of nor-

mal things together, and there’s a real appreciation for each other individually as people,” he said. “We’re real fortunate because there’s not a guy in that group that’s hard to be around. We’re all easygoing, and everybody really gets along.” He said the relationships were strong before the performance turned around, and it meant a lot to him that the crew embraced him immediately after working with the immensely talented Jeff Gordon. “Jeff and that team split up, and we all knew what kind of talent he is,” Earnhardt said. “So the way they wrapped their arm around me and put me under their wing and made me feel comfortable and made me confident and made me feel worthy of the opportunity to work with them was great. “They’ve been just genuine, genuine people …

Dale Earnhardt Jr. hoists his Pocono 400 trophy in Victory Lane. The win moved Junior up two spots in the points standings.

they’re real. Their feelings and relationships are real. Winning races is great, but it’s nothing unless you enjoy who you’re doing it with, and when you can do something great and it’s with people you enjoy being around, man — it really adds to it, so this is why it’s so special right now.” Earnhardt admitted that his latest win came at Keselowski’s expense, but he also

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After several consecutive seasons of failing to live up to the on-track expectations that come with being NASCAR’s most popular driver, life is good for Dale Earnhardt Jr. On Sunday at Pocono Raceway, Earnhardt seized the lead with five laps remaining when Brad Keselowski — who had the fastest car for most of the race — slowed in a failed attempt to rid his grille of a

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. seizes lead at end of Pocono 400, earns second Sprint Cup victory of the season

Jimmie Johnson (left) congratulates Junior on his second Sprint Cup victory of 2014.

pointed out that Letarte’s strategy and other factors put him in second place, where he could pounce if Keselowski stumbled. And that represented an improvement over recent seasons. “I think it’s the difference between running fourth at the end of this race and running second,” Earnhardt said. “It’s a very small thing, but in years past when it was someone else seizing that opportunity from Brad and we were running third or fourth watching it happen, whereas we’ve improved our game a little bit and we’re getting a little faster and the [Hendrick Motorsports] company has gotten better. “The company is really moving along great right now.” Indeed, it was Hendrick’s fourth straight win at Pocono, as Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne were the track’s three winners before Earnhardt. And it was Hendrick’s fifth win in 14 races this season.CONT/NEXT PAGE


Dale Earnhardt Jr.... Rookie Kyle Larson’s first trip to Pocono proves fruitful

Pocono Raceway was a big test for Sprint Cup rookie Kyle Larson, as he’d never raced there in any kind of car. But he nearly aced that exam, winning Saturday’s ARCA race in a rout and finishing fifth in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race. He said he Kyle Larson won the ARCA adapted to the race on Saturday and finTricky Triangle, ished fifth in the Sprint Cup where drivers race on Sunday at Pocono routinely shift Raceway. gears at speed — something that does not occur elsewhere on the circuit, other than at road courses. “To be honest with you, I did miss a couple shifts,” he said. “Just twice, which is a lot better than probably it would have been if I didn’t practice shifting a whole lot.” He said his missed shifts came in the heat of battle, “when I was pretty excited.” Larson remains 10th in the points standings and is on pace to secure a berth in the Chase, even without winning a race.

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Continued from page 24 Keselowski’s Team Penske is also on a roll, which made the late-race developments at Pocono even more disappointing for him. Although he lost the lead trying to remove the paper from his grille by running up behind the lapped car of Danica Patrick and thereby using the air from her car to dislodge the paper, his overheated engine wound up running to the finish anyway. “It was definitely a mistake, because the engine made it, but it probably shouldn’t have,” Keselowski said. “It was one of those deals. I think I was going to get passed, because I was really down on power down the straightaway. I don’t know, I think so, but it’s hard to say … “I thought I had a shot to clean it off and not lose time, and I misjudged it.” Earnhardt, who salvaged Keselowski’s NASCAR career several years ago by hiring him to drive his Nationwide Series cars and has remained friends with him, said he understands his frustration. “I felt really bad for Brad, to be honest, in that particular instance — to see him in such a situation that he had to be that desperate,” Earnhardt said. “But the temps must have been incredibly high for him to do that, otherwise, he’s the kind of guy that would have just put his foot in it and tried to make the motor last, but apparently it was just more than he could ask for the engine to do.” And he said that Keselowski will rebound. “He’s young enough, good enough; he’s going to have plenty of opportunities to get his wins and enjoy more success in this sport,” Earnhardt said. “He’ll get over this one over time, but yeah, it’s got to be pretty difficult, I’m sure.”


MKZ helps move Lincoln in the right direction With a primary customer base well over 50 years old, Lincoln has struggled to get in touch with younger buyers. The Lincoln MKZ, released just last

year, won’t totally solve that problem, but it is, at least, a step in the right direction. As most know, or if you didn't, you do now, the MKZ is based

off Ford’s very popular Fusion mid-size sedan. They share the same platform and basically the same engines. But the Lincoln is a couple notches up in terms of luxury and comfort. Re-

auto-dimming rearview mirror, the Sync voice command system and the MyLincoln Touch infotainment system with an 8inch touchscreen interface and an 11-speaker sound system with CD player and satellite radio. All this is standard stuff on every MKZ.

cently I had an opportunity to spend time in a beautiful smoked quartz all-wheel drive version of the MKZ. The body of this new Lincoln is sleek and modern, highlighted by a split-winged grill and a crease that wraps tightly around the MKZs body. The heavy rear is finished with a full-width LED taillight panel - a long tradition with the luxury brand. The cabin of the MKZ is a mixed bag. Look inside through the side window and the interior looks amazing and superluxurious with its flowing center stack that house the push-button gear selector buttons (there is no shifter). But looks can be a bit deceiving as you enter the cabin and get a look and feel of things. Many of the interior pieces are made

of cheap plastics and feel flimsy. But no one will be complaining about room in the MKZ. Front seats are comfortable and offer heated and cooled features. In back, rear-seat legroom is generous, but those over six-feet tall may find the coupe-like roof infringes on their headroom. For the gadget freak, there is plenty to get excited about. The vertical column of buttons showing “P” for park, “R” for reverse, etc… on the side of the center stack is a real attention getter and very unique. Other nice features include a keyless ignition/entry (with an outside keypad), dual-zone automatic climate control, 10-way power front seats with power lumbar, driver memory settings, an

Want more? Available is an auto-dimming driver-side mirror, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, wood steering wheel trim, ambient lighting, a navigation system, a blind spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert, a powerclose trunk lid, a power tiltand-telescoping steering wheel and a fully retractable panoramic sunroof. The list goes on - as you can see. Under the hood, there are also plenty of choices as Lincoln offers the MKZ with three different powerplants. The base engine is the 2.0 liter Ecoboost turbocharged four-cylinder. While small on paper, it delivers a decent punch, making 240 hp and gets a combined 26 mpg – quite impressive for a luxury car this size. Optional is a 3.7 liter V6 that churns out 300 hp. As expected, mpg rating drops - to 22 mpg combined. Continues on next page


Strong run at Pocono gives Kurt Busch’s team confidence in second half of 2014 season hope as the Cup circuit runs the second half of the 26-race regular season.

we are — this is the type of finish that will help boost the confidence up.”

“Daniel was smooth on what pit calls to make, and the crew guys had sufficient pit stops, and it was just solid execution — a nice turn of the page, so to speak,” Busch said. “Congratulations to our team and ourselves for shedding that new team skin and moving into the second part of the year with a solid type finish as this.

Busch said his young team, formed after he was hired late last year, held a meeting before Pocono to talk about improving their performance.

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“For each car number [at StewartHaas] — the 4, the 14, the 10 and the 41 — this is the point in the season where each one starts to build its own identity. For my team, as young as

Kurt Busch finished third at Pocono, but sits at 27th in the Sprint Cup points standings.

Kurt Busch and his No. 41 team at StewartHaas Racing have a win already at Martinsville Speedway this season, but their performance at Pocono Raceway was one of their best in a year that has seen them run strong at times, but also struggle, as evidenced by their poor showing in

the points standings. Even after starting second and finishing third at Pocono, Busch is 27th in the standings, 215 points behind leader Jeff Gordon. But he’s on track to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup, thanks to his win at Martinsville. Busch said the effort by his Daniel Knost-led team at Pocono gives him renewed

2014 Lincoln MKZ AWD... Continued from page 26 The MKZ Hybrid uses a 2.0 four-cylinder along with an electric motor to return an eyecatching 45 mpg, taking direct aim at the Lexus 300h. Frontwheel drive is standard with the MKZ while all-wheel drive is optional. My tester was an all-wheel drive model that used the 2.0 EcoBoost. The little four delivered a surprising amount of power and had sharp throttle response making me forget most of the time that there were only four cylinders under the hood. And being equipped with the all-wheel drive system, the MKZ handled curves far better than I would have given it credit for.

While Lincoln continues to fight its image problem, there is no question that they are putting out nice vehicles. With its great styling, comfort and some performance, the MKZ looks and feels youthful. Yes it

still has a long ways to go before it reaches BMW, Lexus or even Cadillac’s standard, but the MKZ is at least a step in the right direction. - Christopher A. Randazzo

By The Numbers:

2014 Lincoln MKZ AWD Base Price: $38,080.00 Price as Tested: $50,285.00 Layout: front-engine / all-wheel drive Engine: EcoBoost 2.0 liter 4-cylinder turbocharged Transmission: 6-speed automatic Horsepower: 240 hp Torque: 270 ft-lbs EPA Fuel Economy:22 mpg city / 31 mpg highway [Visit me at or email me at]

“We all had to look at one another and say: ‘Are you willing to step this up, are you willing to put in the extra hours, are you willing to go the extra mile to make this happen?’” Busch said. “Everybody said yes, and when you cash in on a top-5 run after that, that really builds everybody’s self-esteem up.”

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