New York Times writer spends 36 hours in El Paso; view video produced by City of El Paso on city
Situated at the intersection of Texas, Mexico and New Mexico, El Paso is a city with a distinct flavor. It juxtaposes authentic Mexican culture with a growing hipster scene, and though it’s one of the largest cities in Texas, it still often ends up as a mere pit stop on I-10. Once the storied heart of the Old West (and playground of Billy the Kid), El Paso has recently gained much of the big-city feel of its neighbor across the border, Ciudad Juárez. It has come into its own with new theaters, restaurants and nightclubs, many of them transplants from its sister city, the epicenter of the Mexican drug war.
Read the full New York Times article "36 Hours in El Paso, Texas" here.
The El Paso Museum of History created a video, 3E: Explore, Experience, Enjoy El Paso del Norte, that showcases El Paso's as an international exciting city with a rich history.
Watch the video here.
The video was presented with great reviews in Vancouver, Canada at the City Museums: Collisions I Connections Conference and can be seen daily at the El Paso Museum of History’s Seminar Room, according to a City of El Paso spokeswoman.
The El Paso Museum of History is doing its part to highlight everything that makes El Paso great! The video 3E: Explore, Experience, Enjoy El Paso del Norte was produced to showcase the City of El Paso as an international exciting city with a rich history.
We hope you take the time to view the video and see for yourself all the great features that make El Paso “the brightest star in the western sky.”
3E was initially presented with great reviews in Vancouver, Canada at the City Museums: Collisions I Connections Conferenceand can be seen daily at the El Paso Museum of History’s Seminar Room
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