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SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 2

Health Department EL PASO POLICE DEPARTMENT


EL PASO COUNTY SHERIFFS
Investigates Measles Case OFFICE YOUTH ACADEMY
Local officials urge vaccination in both adults and children
EL PASO, TEXAS – Follow- Office will also be hosting a
El Paso, Texas – The City of measles in order to prevent Cause ing the success of last years tour of the two jails located Registration for the two
El Paso Department of Public more cases” said Michael
Measles is a respiratory dis- consolidated effort between in El Paso. All participants youth academies is now
Health continues its efforts to Hill, Health Director.
ease caused by a virus. The the El Paso Police Depart- will be asked to provide their open. Interested individuals
prevent the spread of Measles
disease of measles and the ment and the El Paso County own transportation to and can pick up a registration
after a 15-month-old boy was Anyone who suspects that
virus that causes it share the Sheriffs Office in conducting from the training locations as packet at any of the Police
confirmed to have the disease they may have been exposed
same name. The disease is two summer youth law en- well as a sack lunch. Food Regional Command Centers
in southern New Mexico. The to measles, or who believe
also called Rubeola. Measles forcement academies, the two will not be provided. The as well as Police Headquar-
investigation shows that the they have the illness, are
virus normally grows in the agencies have come together dates and locations for these ters. Sheriffs Office Head-
toddler recently traveled asked to call their primary
cells that line the back of the once again to host this pro- academies are as follows: quarters and the various
through our community via a medical provider in order to
throat and lungs. gram. The program is open to Sheriffs Office Patrol Sta-
flight from Europe. He is be seen without exposing
now in the recovery phase. others to the disease. Infants residents of El Paso County Session 1: June 27th tions will also have packets
less than a year old, women Symptoms who are 13-18 years of age. THROUGH July 1, 2011 - available. Class size is lim-
“The Department of Public who are pregnant, and those If a person has reached the classes will be held at the El ited so applications will be
Measles causes fever, runny
Health first learned of this with compromised immune age of 18 and has ALREADY Paso Police Department considered on a first come
nose, cough and a rash all
case late last week, and our systems are most susceptible graduated high school they Training Academy located at first served basis. Once the
over the body.
immediate concern was for to contract the disease. would not be eligible for the 2300 Scenic Drive applications are received ap-
youth academy. They would plicants will be contacted to
those who may have been ex- Complications be encouraged to enroll in Times 8:30 am – 4:00 pm confirm their enrollment/ac-
posed through close contact The following information is
About one out of 10 children our Adult Citizens Academy. ceptance into this program.
with the child,” said Michael provided by the Centers for
with measles also gets an ear The classes are held Monday Session 2: July 18th
Hill, Health Director. “We Disease Control and Preven-
infection, and up to one out through Friday and atten- THROUGH July 22, 2011 -
now want to make sure all tion (CDC): For more information you
of 20 gets pneumonia. dance is mandatory on all classes will be held at @
children and adults exposed can direct questions to
Continues on page 4 days. Topics discussed in- Sheriff’s Office Region VIII
are vaccinated against
clude patrol procedures, pre- Training Academy located at Detective Mike Baranyay
sentations from various 12501 Montana at 915-564-7322 or
specialized units representing
Deputy Jesse Tovar at
both agency’s, traffic en- Times 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
forcement and a basic 915-538-2119.
overview of law enforcement Cost: FREE TO ALL
in our region. The Sheriffs PARTICIPANTS

Please be aware that there are counterfeit tween two padlocks.


checks drawn on Capital Bank that are being
spread through out the country. The Capital Bank logo on the counterfeit
item has a misspelling of El Paso, TX. It is
The counterfeit items are very similar to au- misspelled as El Passo, TX. The Notice to
thentic checks and are printed on safety Purchasers section also contains a mis-
paper with a statement at the bottom of the spelling. The word “required” is misspelled
check that reads “Security locks will disap- as “requared.”
pear when copied or with normal body
heat.” The security locks will respond as in- Any information regarding this matter
tended. should be directed to:
Jay Tolbert
Authentic items have a heat sensitive icon in Security Officer
the lower right hand corner that responds to Capital Bank
warmth. The image will fade and reappear 8700 Montana Ave
when held between thumb and forefinger or El Paso, TX 79925
when breathed upon. There is also a secu- (915) 779-8700 or Fax (915) 779-1390
rity statement on the top of the item which email: jtolbert@capitalbankep.com
reads “The reverse side of this document in-
cludes microprinted endorsement lines and Thank you!
true watermark – hold to light to view” be-
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 3

Easy victory puts The Worst Kind of


Eddie Holguin
on four-year term
Surprise
By David Lakey, M.D.
By Joe Olvera ©, 2011 Commissioner, Texas Department of State Health Services
As newly re- will have four years of Owners of the property, Efren I can tell you exactly where One of the most
smooth sailing, because some and Margarita Franco will not each of my three children’s important things you can do
elected City Rep. Eddie Hol-
of the issues he must contend sell and won’t allow the city birth certificates are, along right now is get ready. Solid-
guin becomes one of the
with could turn out to be to refurbish what is consid- with their Social Security ify your disaster plans. Sit
senior members of the El
problematic. ered by many to be an eye- cards, our prescriptions and down and decide how you
Paso City Council, he vows
sore. However, under a new immunization records and will get in touch with family
to continue doing the job for
“There’s the issue ordinance, property owners our insurance documents. My members during a disaster.
which his constituents in Dis-
of whether the city should will be forced to register their wife and I have a small stock- Decide where you will go
trict 6 continue putting him in
provide health care for un- buildings with the city and pile of bottled water, extra and what you will do in vari-
office. “There are still some
married partners of city em- ensure that they are up to food and a plan for how our ous emergency situations.
burning issues in my district
ployees, some are gay some code. “I can’t understand why family would evacuate if a Build a kit with essentials –
to which I want to dedicate
are not. My belief is that the owners of that building disaster loomed near our important documents, first
myself,” Holguin said. “This
everyone deserves universal are so stubborn,” Holguin home in Central Texas. aid supplies, flashlights, hand
will be my last tour as a city David Lakey, M.D.
health care, but, that’s not the said. This wasn’t always sanitizer, water, medications,
representative so that I want
way the district believes. I the case. Over the last few fact, Texas leads the nation in clothing.
to do right by the people who
must represent their views. Another issue years I have made it a point the number of presidentially I don’t like surprises, but the
took the time and trouble to
My position is to adhere to which impacts primarily on to get ready. You should, too. declared disasters. June 1 is very nature of disasters often
vote in the May 4 election.”
the law and that means that the north side of his district is Texas is no stranger the official start to hurricane means they are unannounced,
Holguin, who rep-
Judge Frank Montalvo has al- the traffic problem at the cor- to big disasters, from wild- season, which means we are unpredictable. Sometimes
resents a district that includes
ready ruled that we can’t pro- ner of Montwood and Joe fires to tornadoes to hurri- on high alert, watching for they are false alarms. Some-
parts of far east El Paso and
vide coverage for unmarried Battle. Growth in the area has canes. The location and size churning storms and trying to times they strike close to
the Lower Valley, was first
partners of city employees. leaped by 23 percent in the of our state make us more predict the health and med- home.
elected in 2005. He hasn’t
It’s sad, but, I must abide by past decade, while the area vulnerable to disasters. In ical needs of Texans before Continues on next page
lost an election since. How-
the judge’s ruling. south of I-10 grew by only disaster strikes.
ever, he still has four years to
six percent during the same
go in his final term. Is he
“There’s another period. “Traffic congestion is
thinking, perhaps, of going
problem in Ysleta that’s caus- causing multiple headaches
after the mayor’s job once his
ing concern, and that’s the for anybody who travels on
term ends?
fact that a dilapidated build- those roads,” Holguin said.
“Our problem is that it’s a

“There are still state road and only the state


can determine if it’s going to
be fixed. It’s not a city road

some burning and it’s not a county road, so


are hands are tied. Something
will be done, I’m sure, but,

issues in my district perhaps not as quickly as the


people want to see.

to which I want to “Other issues in-


clude improving on parks in
the south part of my district

dedicate myself,” and improving badly con-


structed roads. We have al-
ready designated money to
Holguin said. fix Pueblo Viejo Park. We
will construct walking paths
and make other improve-
“It’s too soon for
ing is destroying the harmony ments not only to that park,
me to be thinking of that,”
of the area, especially since but, I hope to other parks as
Holguin said. “That decision
the city just spent millions of well.” Holguin who is mar-
is far off in the future. The
dollars to build a bus terminal ried to Ileana Holguin, who
main thing is for me to con-
there,” Holguin said. The heads the Migrant and
centrate on those issues that
building in question is located Refugee Center, has two
are impacting on my con-
at 9043 Alameda and has al- daughters, six-year-old Abi-
stituents, the people I repre-
ready been condemned by the gail Holguin, and 15-month-
sent.” His relatively easy
city. Broken windows and for old Rebekah Holguin.
victory doesn’t mean that he
rent signs cluttei the space.
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 4

Simon C. Jimenez: A war hero uncle


Continues from page 2
Continued from page 3 By Joe Olvera ©, 2011
Sometimes, they destroy people’s lives. Complications
About one out of 1,000 gets encephalitis, and one With another Me- time when our nation needed down by machine gun fire,
We recently wrapped up production of them the most. They never meanwhile being under ma-
a short-documentary series – called or two out of 1,000 die. Other rash-causing dis- morial Day tucked into our
eases often confused with measles include Rose- memory banks, and with us hesitated, and joined the mil- chine gun fire, without re-
“Surviving Disaster: How Texans Pre-
ola (Roseola Infantum) and Rubella (German having thanked, if silently, all itary in droves, leaving their gard for his life, arose and
pare” – about six deadly Texas disas-
measles). those millions of men and youth and their high school rushed the gun. He would
ters. They are available to view online
women who have died in days behind. No senior have succeeded but for being
at TexasPrepares.org. Film crews inter-
wars to preserve our free- proms were awaiting these blown up by a mine. His last
viewed Texans who had lost every-
While measles is almost eradicated from the dom, it behooves me to let heroes upon their return. words express anxiety for his
thing, people who were caught off
United States, it still kills nearly 200,000 people you know a little bit about comrades.”
guard by tornadoes, hurricanes, wild-
each year around the world. Measles can provoke one of those men – namely, My uncle, with a
fires or flooding. They interviewed
miscarriages or premature birth in pregnant my uncle Simon Jimenez. contingent of other guys Another account of the way
people who survived by the skin of
their teeth. The series puts a human women. “Punjab,” as he was known from El Paso went to Fort he died was told by Ricardo
face on disasters, reinforces how to pre- by his many friends and Hood, Texas for what Palacios Jr., who was cap-
pare and shows the impact a disaster Transmission comrades because of his size amounted to training to be-
come killers. They fought in
tured and made a POW by
the Germans at the Rio
can have on a community. and strength, was killed in a
Measles spreads through the air by breathing, several skirmishes before the Rapido. He told the Washing-
coughing or sneezing. It is so contagious that any- raging battle that took place
I had the chance to watch the on Italian territory known as need drove them to Southern ton Post in an interview that
one who is exposed and has not developed immu-
final version in my office awhile back. the Rio Rapido. Italy, where the raging Rio Simon C. Jimenez, when he
nity to the disease will most likely contract the
The stories are compelling – you can- Rapido awaited their descent. was blown up by the mine,
virus.
not take your eyes off these folks as Simon Jimenez, to With Lt. John Chapin, and still had the presence of mind
they talk about their homes being lev- me, was an unknown entity. later, Captain Gabriel Navar- to drape himself over a
More information can be found by visiting:
eled, debris flying through the air, their He died on or about January rette as their commander, the barbed wire fence so that his
http://www.cdc.gov/measles/about/overview.html
lives being turned upside down in an 21, 1945, about six months Men of Company E were as- comrades could use him as a
instant. One couple talks about taking a after I had been born. Thus, I signed to what amounted to a living bridge to climb to the
For information on the Department’s Immuniza-
“last picture” of their house as they never had the privilege of suicide mission. Cross the other side. Using him as a
tion Program, or to make an appointment, please
evacuated ahead of Hurricane Ike. call (915) 771-5822. meeting him. As had all his Rio Rapido, they were told, man-made bridge, he made it
Continues on page 6 siblings, he was born in and encounter the German easier for the men to jump to
Smeltertown, Texas because Army on the other side. An the other side. For his ac-
his dad, my grandfather, Pan- army that was waiting for tions, Simon Jimenez was
filo Jimenez, was working them with tremendous awarded the Bronze Medal.
and living there. Besides my weapons of war and man-
grandfather, Simon also lived power. They were entrenched As far as I know, he’s the
with his mother, Cruz and were going nowhere. It only member of our extended
Jimenez (we called her was a bloody, vicious battle family who died in the heat
Mama Cuy), and his two that made heroes of such of battle, while fighting for
brothers, Martin and Timo- men as Roque Segura, his country. Other men died,
teo, plus his two sisters, Navarrette, Ricardo Palacios, in other battles, in other
Francisca (my mom), and the Jr., and, of course, my uncle. wars. As for my uncle,
youngest child, Maria Luisa. Simon C. Jimenez, I salute
He hadn’t meant to him, as I salute all the other
Punjab stood well be a hero, you see, but, time, men and women who have
over six-feet tall and was at- circumstances and the heat of died for our nation. Memo-
tending Bowie High School, battle forced him to make a rial Day has come and gone,
when World War II called move which, perhaps, other and probably will come again
him to duty. Dragged practi- men in other battles, had next year. However, we must
cally from the school room, made. An account of the bat- never forget the ultimate sac-
more than 140 men from El tle said this about Simon rifice that so many of our
Paso joined a group known Jimenez: “(Posthumous) finest made so that we could
as The Men of Company E, Simon C. Jimenez, PFC, Co. enjoy a holiday with our
141st Regiment, 36th Divi- “E,” 141st, Inf., on the morn- families. Memorial Day –
sion. As members of the ing of Dec. 16 near San may it never be forgotten.
Texas National Guard, they Pietro, Italy, when the head Sin Fin
were pressed into duty at a of his company was pinned

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By: “Doppler” Dave Speelman

How Weather
Forecasts are
Assembled
Many people often ask me about the weather and wonder why our
forecasts can be right one day and maybe not so accurate another
(We’re not off that much - lol). This can all be attributed to com-
puter models and a constantly changing atmosphere.

In meteorology, one of the important implications is that small


differences in the initial conditions of the atmosphere can lead to
big differences in the weather that results only a few days later.

Sometime these differences can be too small to detect. This is


why scientists say that day-to-day forecasts of the weather for
more than about two weeks ahead will never be possible. Today, five days is about the limit
of useful day-to-day forecasts. And, forecasts for five days ahead are, at best, little better
than using "normal" climatic values.

All weather forecasts begin with observations of what the weather is doing all over the
world. These observations are then fed into super computers that use mathematical models of
the atmosphere to make predictions In the United States. These computers are operated by
the National Weather Service. The resulting forecasts are used by all weather forecasters,

Weather Trivia:
both those with the National Weather Service and at private companies such as KVIA-TV,
ABC-7.

A big question for forecasters always is: "how reliable is this prediction?"
A basic idea from chaos theory as it applies to weather forecasting is that small differences
When did computer models begin to make a decent
in the initial conditions of the atmosphere can lead to big differences in the weather that re- short range forecast that was typically reliable over a
sults only a few days later. But, sometimes small differences can make more difference that few days?
at other times. That is, sometimes the weather is more predictable than at other times.

To find out whether the atmosphere is more or less predictable at a particular time, fore- A. 1950s C. 1970s
casters run their computer models several times to produce the same forecast. But, they
change the initial conditions slightly for each run. If the results of the model runs with differ- B. 1960s D. 1980s
ent conditions are close to each other, the forecasters know the atmosphere is behaving well
and the forecasts have more chance of turning out well. Answer: B – 1960s

If you would like to learn how to read some of these computer models and gain a basic un-
“Doppler" Dave Speelman is the chief meteorologist at KVIA-TV in El Paso. You can watch
derstanding of weather, sit down at the computer and go on line. Log on to the University of his forecasts at 4, 5, 6 and 10 pm on ABC-7 (channel 6 cable). If you would like Doppler
Illinois’ Online meteorology section on weather forecasting. Dave to address (explain) any weather issues you can email him at Dopplerdave@kvia.com.
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 6

Roy P. Benavidez - Robert Patterson


“All Airborne” Chapter
Continued from page 4 next disaster – which could that disasters can happen to
82nd Airborne Division Association, Inc.
be right around the corner. them and that they do need to WHO: Benavidez-Patterson “All Airborne” Chapter, 82ND AIRBORNE Div. Assn., Inc.,
One man recalls a wildfire Research tells us that many prepare. WHAT: World War II/D-Day Commemorative Celebration
that in a matter of minutes people don’t think a disaster The documentaries I men- WHEN: 11 am, MON., June 6, 2011 - 67th Ann. of Allied Invasion of Normandy, France
destroyed the dream home will happen to them. We can- tioned earlier – with inter- WHERE: “HOME OF THE AIRBORNE” - 2608 FORT Boulevard
he’d worked on for more than not underestimate the impact views with real people and (Near intersection with/Alabama Avenue) 79930
23 years. Another person re- a disaster can have on the footage of real Texas disas- WHY: Recognition of Armed Forces Veterans Who Participated in W orld W ar II
calls seeing a washing ma- people of our state. The costs ters – speak louder than (To Include - POSTHUMOUS Recognition of Deceased Veterans)
chine and a horse fly by can be staggering in terms of brochures or PowerPoint pre- HOW MUCH: FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
during a tornado. human lives and in dollars sentations. The stories are INFO: JOHN CEBALLOS: Office: (915) 562-9969; Cell: (915) 240-8104
Many of the folks in the spent trying to recover. moving, and our hope is that E-m ail: bp82cmdctr@bpaac.org; SgtC101Abn@elp.rr.com or JohCeb@msn.com
videos admit they weren’t As the state’s health commis- they inspire people to get
ready for the disasters that hit sioner, my job is to oversee ready. Emergency personnel A Cake Cutting Ceremony will conclude the celebration with FREE Finger Foods & Drinks
them. But there are lessons to the health and medical needs and community groups al- available for everyone!
be learned through these sto- of Texans. This job gets more ready have been showing the
ries. Folks talk about how complicated during a disaster, documentaries, prompting
they survived and what they which is why we have been important discussions about The El Paso Fire Department is teaming
would do differently next building resources for people disaster plans.
time. Businesses show how to help them make or im- Don’t be surprised when the up with Whataburger® and First Alert®
they have since developed prove their disaster plans news media starts reporting
rock-solid plans. Families through our website Texas- about a looming disaster. for the Get Alarmed El Paso! – FREE
show how they prepared Prepares.org. With checklists Don’t be caught off guard
grab-and-go kits. The stories and sample plans, we try to when you step outside and Smoke Alarm Installation Initiative.
show how communities make it easy for people to see smoke on the horizon or
learned from their experi- wrap their minds around how flood waters rising. This is First Alert has donated the smoke alarms and will offer recommendations to resolve poten-
ences and how they came to- to prepare, but often the first Texas. Be ready. there is no cost for the in-home smoke alarm tial fire hazards in order to make each home a
gether to get ready for the challenge is convincing them installation. safer place to live.

Members the El Paso Fire Department and em- For more information or to schedule a free
ployees from local Whataburger restaurants smoke alarm installation, please call the Com-
will be participating in a city-wide smoke munity Risk Reduction Section of the El
alarm installation initiative on Saturday, June Paso Fire Department at (915) 771-1090.
18, 2011. The teams will be providing free in-
home smoke alarm installations between 10
a.m. and 3 p.m. Appointments are required. Event: Get Alarmed El Paso!
The teams will travel to each resident’s home Participants: EPFD / Whataburger® /
at a predetermined time. Each smoke alarm in- First Alert®
stallation is expected to take approximately 30 Date: Saturday – June 18, 2011
minutes. Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Throughout El Paso
Additionally, personnel from the El Paso Fire
Department will perform a free Home Safety For more information call (915) 771-1090 and
Survey at the homeowner’s request. The ask to speak with someone in the Community
Home Safety Surveys are designed to identify Risk Reduction Section.
and correct potential fire hazards inside the
home before a fire occurs. EPFD personnel
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 7

What’s Red, Right And All Scentsations: New


Fragrance Trends
Over Contemporary Rooms? for Summer
Sharon Mosley
Rose Bennett Gilbert its Convention Center in New Stop and smell the roses or the daisies or the poppies. Yes,
York last week.
it's summer and time to get out of a fragrance rut — you
Q: I love red walls and was know, the one where day after day you spritz on the cologne
all set to paint them in our The buzz they brought to the
annual explosion of ideas that you've worn since high school? Get out and live a little
new apartment when my sis-
known as the International by trying a new scent.
ter-in-law (a wannabe de-
signer) told me they were too Contemporary Furniture Fair
traditional. "Very l8th-cen- (ICFF) was all about sustain- "Warm summer weather tends to bring out floral, fruity or
tury colonial," is what she ac- ability, yes, but wit and fresh notes in fragrances," says Laksmi Sam, beauty direc-
tually said. Our furniture is humor has finally crept into tor for the Midwest region of Nordstrom and a former fra-
mostly contemporary. Should the ultra-serious eco move- grance buyer.
I listen to her? ment.
"The latest trends in fragrances are lighter, more summa-
A: Only to be polite. To be There were recycled materi- rized versions of classic favorites," she says, citing less
smart in your decorating als galore — such as flattened
heavy scents, such as Issey
choices, turn a deaf ear to her apple boxes ready to be recy-
Miyake 'L'Eau D'Issey sum-
misguided advice. cled into chairs (designed by
Finnish designer Hannu Ka- mer fragrance, Coach Lim-
honen) — repurposed materi- ited Edition summer
True enough, the 18th cen-
als — like Owens Corning's fragrance and Burberry
tury loved red walls. One rea-
son: Red paint was more glass/polypropylene compos- Summer.
expensive than other colors ite called Twintex, twisted
(red pigments cost more), so and knit into dark, predatory- This summer, Sam says that
a red room had a certain snob looking chairs (by students the most popular fragrances
appeal in England and Eu- from the Rhode Island School are modern florals and
rope — and, by extension, in of Design) — and familiar fruity fragrances. "We see
the homes of well-off 18th- materials — like felt and more romantic floral scents
century Americans. cardboard, rethought into a growing in popularity," she
folded felt table by Li-Rong says, "because they're femi-
However, red rooms have an Liao, a Pratt Institute student nine and
appeal that goes well beyond working with Cappellini, the light, not
"18th-century colonial." Italian furniture design firm. heavy
Red-hot and very cool, a top designer's own apartment keeps and
To wit, the inviting pictured calm and carries on being glamorous. Photo courtesy of John The exciting lighting in-
red room. Interior designer Gruen, The Monacelli Press. cluded Iceland designer Siggi
Matthew Patrick Smyth lives Anton's "Lucio" wall lamp,
within these warm red- "I love red!" he declares. In just right for "a play of tex- an amorphic arrangement of
painted walls. Never mind this case, as Smyth writes (in tures," including the steel 12 mirrors that spread a soft,
that he is known to favor his new book "Living Tradi- Italian bookshelf, the wooden hypnotic glow on the wall be-
hind them (siggianton.com). bold."
calm, often almost mono- tions," published by The chest and the textural wool She sug-
chromatic — but never plain Monacelli Press), the claret- carpet that take this room far
Then there was the "Floating gests ex-
— color schemes. "My colored walls in his living from the 18th century.
clients are very busy people. room "didn't come without Bubbles Chandelier" — 9.5
feet of hand-blown, pink- perimenting
It's my job to make their qualms. When the first coat Q: What's hot and what's not with Marc
home life as peaceful, harmo- dried, it was a wild pink-red in contemporary furnishings? Champagne-colored, irides-
cent glass balls floating Jacobs
nious and comfortable as pos- — scary."
below a copper canopy (Stu- Daisy Eau
sible," Smyth explains. A: Lighting is exciting, ma- So Fresh, Chanel's Coco
Successive layers of paint terials are amazing, and green dioBelVetro.com). And Aqua
Creations had a collection of Mademoiselle or Love,
So, what's with the lively eventually produced the deep, is definitely the new hue for
handmade, sea-creature-like, Chloe.
color in his own digs? saturated red that you see the black-clad contingent of
Continues on next page Continues on next page
here. It created a background designers at the Jacob K. Jav-
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 8

DEAR ABBY by Abigail Van Buren

"Our customers are also re- these different and testing one or two TEACHER IS SURPRISED TO LEARN
sponding well right now to houses," says Sam. of those on skin. Once
fragrances that are alluring
with sweet, ripe fruits and And if you're not
you find something on
paper that you'd really like
OF FORMER STUDENT'S ATTRACTION
warmed with hints of vanilla quite ready to give to get to know better, you
DEAR ABBY: I am a DEAR ABBY: DEAR ABBY: In our
or musk," she adds. A few ex- up your old fa- can try it on your skin.
teacher with a dilemma. I I went to the golfing circle there's a sin-
amples: Jo Malone Nectarine vorites to try a new
have taught for 10 years and zoo with my gle, 47-year-old profes-
Blossom & Honey, Hanae fragrance, Sam suggests try- — Then leave the fragrance
connected with thousands of daughter's sional woman with two
Mori Eau De Collection No. 3 ing a new body product in department in the store. Go
former students. With the In- class as a children. We thought we
and Coach Poppy. your favorite scent. out to lunch. See if it van-
ternet and social networking, chaperone. knew her. Come to find
ishes, bores, annoys or re-
I am able to keep in touch
If you prefer crisp "out- "You'll get the treatment ben- mains wonderful. Whatever While we out, she has been in-
with many of them. I enjoy
doorsy" summer scents, Sam efits of lotion or shower gel," you do, remember that many were there, I volved for the last five
knowing what they're doing
recommends Giorgio Armani she says. "And you'll experi- fragrances tend to change years with a married man
in their college careers and
Acqua de Gioia, Narciso ence the scent in a new way drastically after the first 20 who has a child.
Essence Eau de Musc, and with a delicate veil of fra- minutes.
beyond. Dear Abby We're uncomfort-
Prada Infusion D'Iris. grance on your skin, perfect One student I've
kept in touch with recently able having her around us
for the summer season." — When you love something,
admitted his romantic love saw several children begin now. None of us is perfect,
The "hot" new designer buy it. The fragrance may be
for me. "Kyle" is now in his climbing the walls of some but a woman who would take
brands include Gucci Guilty, New body products to try: discontinued or reformulated,
Versace Vanitas and Tom Chanel Chance Eau Tendre and then you'll find yourself 20s and on his own. As his of the exhibits. They were another's man and wreck a
Ford Private Blend Neroli Moisture Mist, Donna Karan scouring estate sales and teacher 10 years ago, I'd not part of the group from home is one thing most
Portofino. "These designer Cashmere Mist Ultimate eBay auctions and bidding never have dreamed of this our school. I promptly asked women can't stand. What, if
fragrances are just as unique Cashmere Bronzing Gelee or against other fools who didn't happening. What's difficult is the children "nicely" not to anything, should we do? --
as the apparel designs by Tom Ford Private Blend get it while they could. I think I reciprocate those climb on the exhibits for fear TEE'D OFF IN ALABAMA
Neroli Portofino Body Oil. feelings. I never expected the they would hurt themselves
Décor Score According to Sam, "Each of Besides, these two fragrance man I connect with most to or fall in. DEAR TEE'D OFF: Be-
these options will be easier on experts admit, "one of the A parent who heard fore deciding what to do, talk
Continued from page 7 be a former student, but Kyle
your wallet and will allow glories of perfume is that it is me ask her son to get down privately with the woman,
... silk and folded-paper you the opportunity to experi- one of the most affordable is an adult and I know him as
light sculptures; it was the such. began yelling and cursing at tell her what you have
ence your favorite scent in a luxuries in life, from the $15 me in front of my daughter learned and hear what she
latest offspring of the Tel new way!" eau de toilette sprays in the I'm not sure what
Aviv-based studio's signa- to do. I'm aware of my pro- and the other children. I said, has to say about it. After that,
local pharmacy to the stan-
ture 7-foot-tall "Morning With more than 500 new per- dard $40 to $60 eau de par- fessional boundaries as a "I'm sorry," and walked on. you'll know what (or what
Glory" floor lamp (aqua- fumes and colognes intro- fum at a beauty counter to a teacher and would never I don't feel I did not) to do.
gallery.com). duced to the market every $300 bottle of Guerlain per- anything wrong. I was trying **
cross those lines with a stu-
year, the prospect of purchas- fume in crystal, which lasts dent or minor. What do you to warn the boy that what he Dear Abby is written by Abi-
So, what's not hot on the ing a new fragrance can be you for years." was doing was dangerous. gail Van Buren, also known
do when your former student
contemporary design scene, daunting, so here are some Did I do the wrong thing? Or as Jeanne Phillips, and was
is an adult, you live in a
as seen at ICFF 2011? If it's more tips on getting out of a And who says you have to should I have talked to a founded by her mother,
small town and you're drawn
beige, boring, humorless or fragrance rut from the authors have just one favorite fra- member of the zoo staff Pauline Phillips. Write Dear
to each other? This could be
hard on the environment, of "Perfumes: The Guide" by grance? Why not try several about what happened? Please Abby at www.DearAbby.com
the love I've been waiting for
don't even bother bringing it Luca Turin and Tania new ones this summer? Go on advise what you would do if or P.O. Box 69440, Los An-
Sanchez: and smell the cherry blos- my entire life. Would it be to-
home. someone's child did what I geles, CA 90069.
soms. tally inappropriate if I fol-
lowed my heart? -- witnessed. -- VIGILANT **
Rose Bennett Gilbert is the — You can't smell everything
Sharon Mosley is a former fash- WONDERING IN PARENT IN OKLAHOMA Abby shares more than 100
in one day, because eventu-
co-author of "Manhattan ion editor of the Arkansas CITY of her favorite recipes in two
ally your sense of smell suf- WYOMING
Style" and six other books Gazette in Little Rock and execu- booklets: "Abby's Favorite
fers fatigue. So, count on
on interior design. smelling at most between five tive director of the Fashion Edi-
DEAR WONDERING: DEAR VIGILANT PAR- Recipes" and "More Favorite
COPYRIGHT 2011 CREATORS.COM. tors and Reporters Association. ENT: Candidly, I probably Recipes by Dear Abby." Send
and 10 fragrances on paper COPYRIGHT 2011 CREATORS.COM No. Because Kyle is an adult,
and when he was your stu- would have reflexively done a business-size, self-ad-
dent there was no flirting (I exactly what you did -- get dressed envelope, plus check
presume), I see nothing un- the child out of harm's way. or money order for $12 (U.S.
In As Little As 3 to 8 Weeks ethical about pursuing the re-
lationship. However, if your
However, the prudent way to
handle a situation like the
funds)
to: Dear Abby -- Cookbook-
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FOCUS ON THE FAMILY with Jim Daly and Dr. Juli Slattery
WHEN BUILDING STEPFAMILIES,
ALLOW STEPKIDS TO SET PACE
Q: My wife and I are both form. Deal recommends that
you let the kids set the pace
Although both parents are in-
volved in rule setting, the bi-
divorced and trying to raise a for the relationship. ological parent should do the
blended family. Is there any Resist the urge to heavy lifting, particularly
advice you can give me on speed up the relationship- early on.
how to help our children building process by buying For more tips on
bond with our spouse? big gifts or insisting on lots thriving as a stepfamily, you
Juli: The wedding of one-on-one time. Children will want to check out
ceremony may have made who are in the midst of ad- www.successfulstepfami-
you a blended family, but de- justing to divorce and remar- lies.com.
veloping those deep bonds of riage have a lot of mixed **
connection takes a lot more feelings and confusion about Jim Daly is president of
time. Ron Deal, founder of loyalties and how much to Focus on the Family, host of
Successful Stepfamilies, of- love each adult in their lives. the Focus on the Family radio
fers the best advice that I've Don't ever try to replace your program, and a husband and
ever come across. stepchildren's biological father of two.
He encourages mom or dad or be critical of Dr. Juli Slattery is a licensed
stepparents to be very careful them. One of the most won- psychologist, co-host of
about trying to hard too de- derful things you can do for Focus on the Family, author
velop a parent-child relation- your stepchildren is give of several books, and a wife
ship. Although stepparents them permission to love all of and mother of three.
have authority in the home, the adults in their lives.
much like teachers do in a It is also wise to Submit your questions to:
classroom, the affection and allow the biological parents ask@FocusOnTheFamily.co
connection associated with to do the majority of the ac- m
"Mom" or "Dad" takes a long tive parenting, like discipline Copyright 2011 Focus on the Family, Colorado
Springs, CO 80995
time to form and may never and enforcing consequences. International Copyright Secured. All Rights reserved.
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CINEMARK CIELO VISTA Now Showing
Gateway West Blvd/Cielo Vista Mall
Schedule good for Friday June 3rd
Everything Must Go 10:35am 1:35pm
4:35pm 7:35pm 10:35pm
Jumping the Broom 10:15am 1:15pm
Prom10:05am1:05pm4:05pm7:05pm10:05
pm
African CatsDigital Cinema Showtimes:
PIRATES OF THE X-MEN:
4:15pm 7:15pm 10:15pm
Thor RealD 3D Showtimes: 12:15pm
3:15pm 6:15pm 7:45pm 9:15pm 10:45pm
10:45am1:45pm4:45pm
Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family
10:10am4:10pm10:10pm
CARIBBEAN: ON FIRST
RioRealD 3D Showtimes:
Standard Showtimes: 10:00am 11:30am
1:00pm2:30pm4:00pm5:30pm7:00pm8:30p 10:40am1:40pm4:40pm7:40pm10:40pm STRANGER TIDES
m10:00pm
Fast Five Digital Cinema Showtimes:
11:15am2:15pm5:15pm8:15pm
Standard Showtimes: 10:20am 1:20pm
4:20pm 7:20pm 10:20pm
Insidious 10:50am 1:50pm 4:50pm
CLASS
Standard Showtimes: 10:30am 12:30pm
1:30pm 3:30pm 4:30pm 6:30pm
7:50pm 10:50pm
Salvation Poem (Poema de salva-
Open Nationwide 05/20/11
7:30pm9:30pm10:30pm
*NO PASSES-NO SUPERSAVERS
cion)1:10pm7:10pm Runtime 137 min
Open Nationwide 06/03/11
MPAA Rating PG-13
CINEMARK 14 - EL PASO Starring Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz,
Runtime 132 min
MPAA Rating PG-13 for in-
West side of El Paso at Mesa & I-10 Ian McShane, Kevin R. McNally,
tense sequences of action and
Schedule good for Friday June 3rd Astrid Berges-Frisbey
violence, some sexual content
X-Men: First Class Cinemark XD Showtimes: RealD 3D Showtimes: 9:10am 12:20pm Genre Action/Adventure, Comedy
9:35am12:55pm4:10pm7:25pm10:40pm 3:40pm 7:00pm10:20pmStandard Showtimes: including brief partial nudity
Digital Cinema Showtimes:11:40am 2:10pm 9:40am1:00pm4:20pm7:40pm11:00pm Synopsis Crossing paths with the enigmatic Angelica, Cap-
and language.
5:15pm 9:45pm Standard Showtimes: Bridesmaids10:15am1:15pm4:25pm7:35pm
tain Jack Sparrow is not sure if it's love -- or if she's a ruth-
10:05am1:35pm4:40pm7:55pm11:10pm 10:35pm Starring James MacAvoy,
The Hangover Part II Digital Cinema Show- Something Borrowed 9:05pm less con artist who's using him to find the fabled Fountain of
times: 2:40pm8:15pm10:45pm Thor RealD 3D Showtimes: 11:20am 5:00pm Michael Fassbender, Rose Byrne, January Jones, Oliver
Standard Showtimes: 11:15am 1:20pm 2:00pm 10:55pm Standard Showtimes: Youth. When she forces him aboard the "Queen Anne's Re-
4:15pm4:40pm6:55pm7:30pm9:50pm10:15pm 1:25pm7:05pm Platt
Kung Fu Panda 2RealD 3D Showtimes: Fast Five 10:10am 1:20pm 4:30pm 7:40pm venge," the ship of the legendary pirate Blackbeard, Jack
11:45am2:20pm4:45pm7:15pm 10:50pm Genre Action/Adventure, SciFi/Fantasy
Standard Showtimes: 9:45a 11:00am 12:15pm Rio RealD 3D Showtimes: 7:50pm finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he does-
1:30pm 2:45pm 4:05pm 5:25pm 6:35pm Standard Showtimes: Synopsis "X-Men: First Class" follows the classic Marvel
7:45pm 10:10pm 10:35am4:00pm9:55pm n't know whom to fear more: Blackbeard or Angelica, with
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides mythology, charts the epic beginning of the X-Men saga.
whom he shares a mysterious past.
Tinseltown Before Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr took the names
Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men dis-
Las Palmas i-10 @ Zaragosa
covering their powers for the first time. Before they were
Schedule good for Friday June 3rd
X-Men: First Class Cinemark XD Show- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger
THE HANGOVER PART II archenemies, they were closest of friends, working together,
times:9:45am 1:00pm 4:15pm Tides RealD 3D Showtimes: Open Nationwide 05/26/11 with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to stop the
7:30pm10:45pmDigital Cinema Show- 10:30am2:10pm5:35pm9:00pm greatest threat the world has ever known. In the process, a
times:10:25am 11:25a 12:10pm 1:40pm Digital Cinema Showtimes: Runtime 102 min
2:45pm3:30pm4:55pm6:05pm6:45pm 10:05am1:25pm3:25pm4:45pm8:05pm MPAA Rating R for language, strong rift between them opened, which began the eternal war be-
8:30pm9:20pm10:00pm11:50pm 10:10pm11:25pm
The Hangover Part II Digital Cinema BridesmaidsDigital Cinema Showtimes: sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use tween Magneto's Brotherhood and Professor X's X-Men.
Showtimes:10:15am 10:50am 11:55am 11:10am2:20pm5:50pm8:55pm11:55pm & violent images.
12:25pm 1:00pm 1:35pm 2:40pm Priest RealD 3D Showtimes:
3:15pm3:45pm4:20pm4:50pm5:25pm 2:35pm7:55pm Starring Bradley Cooper, Liam Neeson,
6:00pm6:30pm7:05pm7:35pm8:10pm Something Borrowed Digital Cinema Zach
8:45pm9:15pm9:50pm10:20pm11:00pm
11:30pm12:01am
Showtimes: 9:30pm
Thor RealD 3D Showtimes: Gali- KUNG FU PANDA 2
Kung Fu Panda 2RealD 3D Showtimes: 11:40am5:05pm10:30pmDigital Cinema
10:00am11:15am12:35pm1:50pm3:10p Showtimes:12:30pm7:10pm
fi- Open Nationwide 05/26/11
m4:25pm5:45pm7:00pm8:20pm10:55pm Fast FiveDigital Cinema Showtimes: Runtime 91 min
Digital Cinema Showtimes: 9:50am12:55pm4:05pm7:40pm10:50pm
10:40am11:50am1:15pm2:25pm3:50pm Rio Digital Cinema Showtimes: MPAA Rating PG for sequences of
5:00pm6:25pm7:30pm9:05pm10:05pm 10:55am1:45pm anakis, Jamie Chung, Ed martial arts action and mild violence.
11:40pm
Helms Starring Jack Black, Angelina Jolie,
*NO PASSES-NO SUPERSAVERS Schedule good for 6/3 - 6/9 Genre Comedy Dustin Hoffman, Jackie Chan, Seth
Synopsis Phil, Stu, Alan Rogen
Premiere Cinemas 6101 Gateway West S.15
SUPER STIMULUS TUESDAY: $1
and Doug travel to exotic
Schedule good for 6-03-11
DRINK, $1 POPCORN, or $5.00 OFF
ANY REGULAR COMBO
Genre Animation, Action/Adventure,
2D KUNG FU PANDA (PG) BRIDESMAIDS - DIGITAL (R) ALL SEATS ALL SHOWS $5.00 Thailand for Stu's wedding. Family
10:45a 12:15p 1:10p 2:35p 3:40p 10:45a 12:45p 1:30p 3:45p 4:30p 6:40p EVERY TUESDAY!! After the unforgettable Synopsis In "Kung Fu Panda 2," Po
5:00p 6:00p 7:30p 8:25p 10:00p 7:30p 9:35p 10:25p
2D PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DBOX 3D PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: X-MEN:FIRST CLASS PG-13 11:00 bachelor party in Las Vegas, is now living his dream as The
ON STRANGER TIDES – D (PG) ON STRANGER TIDE (PG-13) 12:15p 3:30p 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00
10:30a 1:45p 5:00p 8:15p 7:00p 10:15p 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 (11:00 11:30 Stu is taking no chances and Dragon Warrior, protecting the Val-
35 MM - THE HANGOVER PART 2 DO NOT SELL (G) 11:05a 1:00p 3:20p 5:45p
WITH SPANIISH SUBTITLE (R) 8:15p 10:05p
12:00 FRI/SAT)
KUNG FU PANDA 3D PG *3D SUR-
has opted for a safe, sub- ley of Peace alongside his friends and fellow kung fu mas-
11:00a 1:40p 4:10p 6:45p 9:20p
3D KUNG FU PANDA 2 - DIGITAL
THE HANGOVER PART TWO - DIGITAL
(R) 12:05a 10:30a 11:30a 12:00p 1:00p
CHARGE APPLIES* 12:00 2:20 4:30 dued pre-wedding brunch. ters, The Furious Five. But Po's new life of awesomeness is
6:50 9:10
(PG) 10:30a 11:45a 1:35p 2:10p 2:00p 2:30p 3:30p 4:30p 5:00p 6:00p KUNG FU PANDA 2D PG 10:30 11:50 However, things don't al- threatened by the emergence of a formidable villain, who
4:00p 4:40p 6:30p 7:00p 9:00p 9:30p 7:00p 7:30p 8:30p 9:30p 10:00p 12:05a(Sat) 12:50 2:10 3:10 4:30 5:30 6:50 7:50
3D PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE LION OF JUDAH (PG) 9:10 10:10 ways go as planned. What plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer China
ON STRANGER TIDES – D (PG-13) 10:30a 12:45p 3:05p 5:30p 7:45p 10:00p HANGOVER II R 11:00 11:30 12:30
11:15a 12:15p 2:30p 3:30p 6:00p X-MEN FIRST CLASS (PG-13) 1:30 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:30 5:30 6:30 happens in Vegas may stay and destroy kung fu. He must look to his past and uncover
7:00p 9:15p 10:15p 10:30a 11:30a 12:30p 1:45p 2:45p 3:45p
3D PRIEST - DIGITAL (PG-13) 5:00p 6:00p 7:00p 8:15p 9:15p 10:15p
7:00 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 (12:00
FRI/SAT)
in Vegas, but what happens the secrets of his mysterious origins; only then will Po be
10:30a 12:55p 3:20p 5:40p 8:00p 10:15p PIRATES OF THE CARIIBBEAN 3D in Bangkok can't even be able to unlock the strength he needs to succeed.
PG-13 *3D SURCHARGE APPLIES*
EAST POINTE MOVIES 12 10:30 12:15 1:40 3:30 4:50 6:40 8:00
9:50 (11:15 FRI/SAT)
imagined.
I-10 & Lee Trevino Schedule good for 6/3 - 6/9 PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 2D
PG-13 (9:30 THURS-MON) 12:00 3:10
BATTLE: LOS ANGELES (PG-13)12:25 | 2:40 | 5:05
| 7:35 | 10:00
DIARY OF A WIMPY KID 2: RODRICK RULES (PG)
7:00 | 9:15
RANGO (PG) 12:00 | 12:50 | 2:10 | 3:05 | 4:20
5:20 | 6:30 | 8:40
6:30 9:50
BRIDESMAIDS R 11:00 1:50 4:40
7:30 10:15
EVERYTHING MUST GO
1:00 | 3:10 | 5:25 | 7:30 | 9:35 SCREAM 4 (R) 12:15 | 2:30 | 4:50 | 7:05 | 9:25 PRIEST 2D PG-13 12:30 2:45 5:00
DRIVE ANGRY 3-D (R) 7:45 | 9:55 SOURCE CODE (PG-13) 7:40 | 9:50 7:15 ( The 7:15 PRIEST 2D will NOT Open Limited 05/13/11
HANNA (PG-13) 12:20 | 2:50 | 5:00 | 7:10 | 9:40
HOP (2011) (PG) 12:10 | 12:45 | 2:05 | 2:45 | 4:00
WATER FOR ELEPHANTS (PG-13)
12:30 | 3:15 | 6:20 | 9:05
play on 6/8)
THOR 3D PG-13 *3D SURCHARGE
Runtime 100 min
4:45 | 6:40 | 8:50 YOUR HIGHNESS (R) APPLIES* 10:30AM ONLY! MPAA Rating No Rating
LIMITLESS (PG-13) 12:40 | 3:00 | 5:10 | 7:20 | 9:30 12:05 | 2:25 | 4:30 | 6:50 | 9:10 THOR 2D PG-13 11:00 1:50 4:30
MARS NEEDS MOMS 3-D (PG)12:55 | 2:55 | 4:55 | 7:10 9:50 Starring Rebecca Hall, Will Ferrell, Michael Peña, Laura Dern,
FAST FIVE PG-13 12:00 3:00 6:00
9:00 (12:00 FRI/SAT) Stephen Root. Genre Comedy, Drama.Synopsis When an alcoholic
PREMIERE MONTWOOD 7 2200 N. Yarbrough INSIDIOUS PG-13 9:30 (12:00
relapses, causing him to lose his wife and his job, he holds a yard
FRI/SAT) ( The 9:30 Insidious will
Schedule good for June 3 & 4 NOT play on 6/8) sale on his front lawn in an attempt to start over. A new neighbor
DIARY OF A WIMPY KID 2 (PG)12:45p 3:00p 5:15p 7:35p SCREAM 4 (R)12:00p 2:30p 5:05p 7:30p 9:45p COPPELIA (THE BOLSHOI BALLET)
9:50p SOURCE CODE (PG-13)7:20p 9:35p
HANNA (PG-13)12:00p 2:25p 4:50p WATER FOR ELEPHANTS (PG-13)1:10p 3:50p 6:30p 9:10p
7:30PM 6/8 ONLY!!! might be the key to his return to form.
HOP (PG)12:25p 2:40p 4:55p 7:10p 9:25p YOUR HIGHNESS (R)12:10p 2:35p 5:00p 7:25p 9:45p
RANGO (PG)12:05p 2:30p 4:50p 7:15p 9:40p
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 13

Museums and Cultural Affairs Announces


2011 Music Under the Stars Lineup
Chamizal National Memorial
Sunday Evenings, June 12, 2011 – August 14, 2011
7:30- 9:30 pm

The City of El Paso’s Museums and Cultural Af-


fairs Department (MCAD) is pleased to an-
nounce the 2011 Music Under the Stars lineup.
The concert will be held Sunday evenings start-
ing June 12, 2011 through August 14, 2011 at
the Chamizal National Memorial located at
800 South San Marcial Street. Grills are al-
lowed at the park except at the inner part of
the park known as the bowl. Please note alco-
hol is prohibited at the park, and there is no smoking in the
bowl area. Glass containers or pets are NOT allowed at the park.
Due to the amount of applications received, two local bands will perform per night, on se-
lected dates. Over 100 applications to perform at Music Under the Stars were received.

Lineup Includes:
June 12th – Frontera Bugalu (Cumbia) and La Sonora Blu (Samba)
June 19th – The Police Experience (Tribute to the Police)
June 26th – Havana Quintet (Jazz) and Art Lewis featuring Fernando Lechuga
(Latin Jazz)
July 3rd – El Paso Wind Symphony (Patriotic Fireworks Spectacular)
July 10th – Subrosa Union (Pop/Reggae)
July 17th – Delta Nove (Funk/Brazilian)
July 24th – Rupa & the April Fishes (World)
July 31st – Brass Monkey Brass Band (Soul/Funk)
August 7th – The Royalty (Pop/Rock) and Desorden No Autorizado “DNA”
(Spanish Rock)
August 14th – The Dave Matthews Tribute Band (Tribute to the Dave Matthews
Band)

Park and Ride


Concert goers
may park at the
El Paso Zoo and
take a shuttle to
the park for
free. Shuttle
hours are
6:30 pm to
10:00 pm.

About Music Under the Stars


Music Under the Stars began in 1983 as a program of
the City of El Paso Arts and Culture Department. The
summer music festival has had twenty-seven success-
ful seasons and attracts more than 100,000 people an-
nually. This makes Music Under the Stars the largest
free outdoor concert in the Southwest! The outdoor concert series features
local and international musicians performing a variety of different rhythms, styles and musi-
cal influences.

For additional information call or visit the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs
Department at (915) 541-4481, www.elpasoartsandculture.org or call the
Chamizal National Memorial at (915) 532-7273.
This presentation is supported with generous underwriting by the Texas Commission
on the Arts, and local companies and individuals throughout Texas.
Please visit us on Facebook for weather cancellation information and
performance updates, http://www.facebook.com/MusicUnderTheStars.
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 14

There is a saying that relationships can only be as healthy


as their communication systems. The message boards are
open, and thanks to Venus' grand jete into Gemini on
Thursday, there is very little translation that needs to hap-
pen in order to understand each other this week. This love
goddess of a planet will add sugar to our conversations
Calendar of upcoming events for El Paso/ Southern New Mexico are and spice to our romantic relationships during this transit,
which lasts until July 3.
from June 3rd - 9th, 2011 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Physically, you're slightly more
If you want your upcoming event listed in SPOTLIGHT’S Out & About section, please send all your fragile than usual at the start of the week. Pay attention to your
body so you don't push it too hard. The minor tinges or aches
relevant data by e-mail to: editorial@spotlightepnews.com are telling you that you might need to baby yourself. Focus on
expanding your mind and education. By the end of the week,
you'll be strong in all areas.

NORTHEAST/ Luis Miguel — The dents ages 4-17 performing a TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You know where you want to
Club 101 — 1148 Airway. variety of dances ranging go. However, at this juncture, you're still not sure how you are
CENTRAL Advance tickets for most
famed Mexican crooner per-
from traditional classics to
going to get there. That can be an unsettling feeling for some-
forms at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, one who's usually so in control of their destiny. Consider that,
TeenFest Concert events available at Club 101, June 4, at the El Paso County contemporary ballet pieces. for now, you don't have to know the "how." All you have to do
is believe it will happen.
and Car show — El All That Music, Psycha and Coliseum, 4100 E. Paisano. Admission is free. Informa-
Paso Public Library’s 6th an- online at ticketbully.com, un- With more than 45 million tion: 544-4348 or balletcen- GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You will get many special of-
less otherwise listed. Infor- tre.us. fers, most of them not worth the time it takes to read all of the
nual teen summer reading records sold worldwide, sev- fine print. The best way to navigate through all of the com-
program kickoff is noon to mation: 544-2101 or eral Grammy awards and nu- mercialism around you is to use your intuition. If you're not
sure, do nothing. And if someone is pressuring you, it's a sure
5:30 p.m. Saturday, June 4, club101.com. merous other honors and Budweiser ‘Fight for sign that you could do better somewhere else.
at Cohen Stadium, featuring • Summer Jam 2011 achievements, Luis Miguel Pride’ — The Mixed Mar- CANCER (June 22-July 22). You'll form an opinion — not
informational and carnival — The all-ages event with ranks as one of the world’s tial Arts event returns at 8 because it's true, though it very well may be, but because it
booths, games, live entertain- Travis Porter (“Make It top concert attractions. Tick- p.m. Saturday, June 4, at the pleases you to think of life in this way. You realize that others
have come to their own conclusions in much the same fash-
ment, car and bike show, Rain”) is 5:30 p.m. Saturday, ets: $57, $97, $122.50 and El Paso Convention Center, ion. Knowing this, you take everything you hear with a grain
giveaways and more. Admis- June 4, with Treal Lee and $147.50, plus service charge with at least 8 featured bouts.
of salt.
sion is free. Information: Prince Rick. Sell-out antici- (Ticketmaster). The main event is Dejuan LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). It still feels uncomfortable for you to
543-5479, 543-5495 or her- pated; early arrival encour- Jackson vs. Gerald Lovato. say "no." So say it 1,000 times in a row if that's what it takes
nandezca@elpasotexas.gov. aged. Tickets: $20. Speaking Rock En- Lovato, was the headliner the
for you to make peace with this empowering word. It is possi-
ble to be simultaneously gracious and negative. By saying
tertainment Center - first Fight for Pride event and "no" often this week, you'll have plenty of time for the things
EASTSIDE Sander Kleinenberg 122 S. Old Pueblo Road, is a veteran of several kick-
to which you most want to say "yes."

and desyn masiello Rocker Sammy Hagar per- boxing championships. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You will be highly influential,
and your mood will interfere with the laws of gravity. When
Bark For Life — Amer- — The Dutch DJ performs at forms at 8 p.m. Friday, June Doors open at 7 p.m. Gen- you feel serious, the planet seems to pull you and yours down
eral admission: $20. Advance into it with great force. And when you laugh, your feet bounce
ican Cancer Society’s first- 9 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at 3. Admission is free. Infor- off of the ground like you're walking on the moon, and others
ever pet walk fundraiser is 8 Nova Luna, 2270 Joe Battle mation: 860-7777 or speak- tickets: $65 reserved seating; become buoyant right along with you.
to 11 a.m. Saturday, June 4, Suite J. His upcoming CD is ing-rock.com. VIP ringside seating $75.
Military discount of $5 avail- LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There are ambitious plans in the
at Eastwood (Album) Park, “5K.” Information: 855-5066 making. Now is the time to be scrupulously honest with your-
able on reserved seats. (Tick-
3110 Parkwood, with dog or info@NovaLunaEP.com. DOWNTOWN/ etmaster). Information:
self about why you want this to occur. Knowing the "why"
will make you realize that there are many ways to fulfill your
contests, a remembrance
WESTSIDE
needs, some of which will be easier and less expensive than
1-800-745-3000.
MISSION
your original plan.
walk and other activities.
Proceeds benefit Relay for
Life at Fort Bliss. Registra-
VALLEY Barbara Driscoll The Wedding Show SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Prosperity knocks on your door.
And so will a lot of other visitors who have nothing to do with
— The summer bridal extrav- your future good fortune. Luckily, it's not too difficult to figure
tion fee: $20 per dog (no
El Paso Zoo — 4001 E. School of Ballet — The aganza is 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. out which opportunities are the best. It won't be a logical deci-
more than two dogs per per- ballet school presents its 50th Sunday, June 5, at Butter-
sion — just something you know in your gut immediately as
Paisano. Zoo summer en- you confront your various options.
son). Information: 544-4427 annual student recital at 7 field Trail Golf Club, 1858
trance hours are 9:30 a.m. to
or Emily.wolfe@cancer.org. 4 p.m. daily. Zoo admission p.m. Saturday, June 4, at the Cottonwoods. The show is SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Even though things are
going well, you may still experience a degree of unrest and an
is $10 for ages 13 to 61; Plaza Theatre, featuring stu- the only outdoor-tent bridal ever so slight sense of dissatisfaction. Though you can't put
Johnny Lee and the $7.50 for ages 62 and older dents from pre-school to fair in the El Paso/Las Cruces your finger on exactly why you feel this way, the low-grade
frustration will be precisely what motivates you to accom-
and active duty military (in- are. Guests can view several
Urban Cowboy adult, in technique perform-
wedding vendors and enjoy
plish great things.
cluding spouse) with ID; $6 ances and a children’s ballet.
Band — The country ages 3 to 12; and free for Admission is free. Informa-
hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Some people are so easy to
music favorite performs at 10 ages 2 and under. Zoo mem- couture fashion shows and mesmerize that it's hardly enjoyable to do so. That's why you
tion: 584-9903. mini-makeovers. Postponed subconsciously gravitate toward the ones who are hard to
p.m. Friday, June 3, at bers admitted free. Informa- please and difficult to entertain. You love the challenge and the
Whiskey Dick’s, 580 George tion: 532-8156, 521-1850 or from May 22. Admission: $5. rush of satisfaction that comes from winning over the cynics.

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“Lookin’ for Love,” “One in needier than usual, and you'll have many requests made of
are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-
a Million,” “Hey Bartender,”
day and Sunday, June 4-5, to and More’ — The Ballet Alfresco! Fridays —
you. In most cases, it will be easy for you to help out. But all
the little gestures will add up. You don't want to later resent all
“The Yellow Rose” (duet celebrate Sunny the Lea Centre School of Classical the time you spend running around on other people's behalf.
with Lane Brody) and more. The free outdoor concerts Set healthy limits, and everyone will win.
Lion’s Birthday and raise Dance, directed by David
Early arrival recommended. begin at 5:30 p.m. Informa-
awareness about the crucial Alejandro Duran, presents its PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Parent and child relationships are
Tickets: $12 ages 21 and role the ocean plays in peo- tion: 534-0675, or alfrescofri- best kept between the actual parent and child. Friendships and
27th annual recital at 2:30 romantic relationships that mirror this kind of tie are likely to
older; $22 ages 18-20. Avail- ple’s lives as well as how to days.com. run into trouble this week. Avoid tension and discomfort by act-
p.m. Sunday, June 5, at
able at ticketbully.com. Infor- protect it. • June 3 - Brown Betty ing as equals. When you assert your independence, you will
UTEP’s Magoffin Audito- find new balance.
mation: 921-9900. (classic rock).
rium, with more than 50 stu- COPYRIGHT 2011 CREATORS SYNDICATE, INC
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By RICK MINTER / Cox Newspapers

Trevor Bayne speaks to the media prior to practice for the Nationwide Series Top Gear 300 at
Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 26. (NASCAR photo)

Illness teaches young Daytona


500 champ about life, friends
aytona 500 winner Trevor through all of this.”

D Bayne was back at Char-


lotte Motor Speedway last
week, talking publicly for the first
He said that during his illness
he heard from nearly every one of
his competitors. Some went out of
time about the medical mystery their way to reach out to him.
that has sidelined him for more Carl Edwards flew up to the
than a month and telling of his Mayo Clinic, bringing along his
plans to return to Nationwide Se- guitar.
ries competition this week at Tony Stewart sent his plane to
Chicagoland Speedway, and to the fly Bayne’s parents back and forth
Cup Series on June 19 at Michigan to the hospital.
International Speedway. Michael McDowell spent five
Bayne might have been ex- days visiting with him. Others sent
pected to have had “Why me?” regular text messages.
thoughts about falling ill just as “Another thing that has been
he’d become a major player in put into perspective for me is how
NASCAR, winning the sport’s blessed we are to be race car driv-
biggest race at age 20 and having ers,” he said. “You get wrapped up
fast cars wherever he raced. sometimes and go through the mo-
Instead, he talked about the pos- tions, but when you have to sit
itive side of the experience. there for four or five weeks and
“It has been incredible to me – watch races, you realize how cool it
and a real eye opener of how sup- is that you get to be the one driving
portive everyone in our sport is,” it.
Bayne said. “I think that is the Continues on page 17 H O M E O W N E R S - R E N T E R S I N S U R A N C E AVA I L A B L E
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NOTEBOOK
Busch: media thrashes drivers
Kurt Busch’s car-to-crew communications in recent weeks have included some
sharp criticism of his team. In saying that those tirades have come to an end, he
included some criticism of the NASCAR media corps.

“I always laugh and listen to you [media] guys contradict yourselves because
you say that you want us to be more colorful, but all that you want to do to a
driver is just thrash them when they show personality,” he said. “That’s what I’m
going through with this radio, and from now on, there’s not going to be anything
on it except solid team communication, because that’s all there needs to be.”
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 17

Trevor Bayne
Continued from page 15 he said. “I didn’t want to go to the
very top and bottom, but luckily I do
“I am actually in a sense thankful have my faith, and that is what de- 1. Carl Edwards
for this eye-opener.” fines me, because if I was defined by 445; Leader
Bayne said he never really found this, I would be in trouble right now.”
Laps
out exactly what was wrong with
him. Initially he and others thought
it was related to an insect bite he no-
At Charlotte, like other tracks, the
driver press conferences run on a
2. Kevin Harvick
409; behind -36
1,436 run
among the top 15 in
ticed back before he raced at Texas tight schedule, with one driver walk-
Motor Speedway in early April. Then ing to the microphone just as the the past six Sprint Cup
things got worse, as he experienced previous one walks away. Kevin Har- races at Kansas Speed-
double vision and inflammation. vick arrived early for his appearance 3. Jimmie Johnson
“The cause isn’t exactly sure yet,” and listened to much of Bayne’s 408; behind -37 way by Greg Biffle, top
Bayne said. “Their biggest hope is question-and-answer session. among drivers
that it was an isolated event that is Asked what he thought of the
temporary and is gone now. The di- young driver and how he’s handled 4. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
agnosis, I don’t have it yet. I don’t
know. It could be just a series of
events where you get a bug bite and
himself recently, Harvick said he
was impressed.
402; behind -43 284 Laps led in
the past six
Cup races at Kansas by
your immune system is down and we “I think Trevor is obviously a spe-
had been running for a couple cial person,” Harvick said. “He
5. Kyle Busch Jimmie Johnson, the
months hard every day after Day- doesn’t get rattled by too much. He’s 392; behind -53 most of any driver
tona and it wears down your im- a good kid, and it’s hard to believe
Matt Kenseth, driving Trevor Bayne’s No. 16
mune system. That is what I am when you hear him talk and hear
Ford, crosses the finish line to win Saturday’s Points positions
hoping for.”
Matt Kenseth drove Bayne’s Na-
tionwide Series car for him at Char-
Nationwide Series Top Gear 300 at Charlotte
Motor Speedway. (NASCAR photo)
the enthusiasm and hear everything
that comes along with him, it’s hard
to believe that he is 20 years old.
6. Kurt Busch
377; behind -68 5Coca-Cola
gained in the
600 by
lotte, winning the Top Gear 300. Trevor is just a good person.”
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove the Wood driver and whatever he is going third-finishing Joey
through we are going through,”
He said Bayne’s enthusiasm is one 7. Matt Kenseth
Brothers Ford in the Coca-Cola 600, of his greatest assets. Logano, to 23rd, the
starting ninth and finishing 11th. Wood said. “We have tried to make “When you have that guy driving 374; behind -71 most of any driver in
Bayne said he was able to rest the best of it. When you are as old as your car, it just spreads to everybody
easier because throughout his or- we are, you have seen all of it, done on your team, and I think you can the top 30
deal, the Woods, who own his Cup all of it and been to the bottom and hear the confidence in the Woods 8. Clint Bowyer
top of it. You have almost been back
car, and Jack Roush, who fields his and everything, that they believe in 365; behind -80
Nationwide car, assured him that his
rides would be waiting for him when
he was able to come back.
to the top, fall back down, it is just
racing.
“You just take it and go.”
him,” Harvick said. “It’s unfortunate,
and it’s the same old question you
ask: Why does that stuff happen to a 9. Tony Stewart
2leaderPoints between
Nationwide points
Elliott Sadler
Eddie Wood, co-owner of the No. Bayne said he never once thought, guy like that? Why can’t it happen to
“Why me?” as he experienced the 356; behind -89 and third-place Reed
21 Ford that Bayne drove to victory somebody else?
at Daytona, said there was never high of winning the Daytona then “But he handles it well, and he’s Sorenson (Ricky Sten-
any doubt about what his team the low of his illness. going to be around for a long time. house Jr. is second, one
would do. “I told everybody that I didn’t buy It’s fun to see that enthusiasm.” 10. Ryan Newman
a ticket to get on the roller coaster,” point behind Sadler)
“Trevor is our guy, and he is our 353; behind -92
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 18

Safe and fun in Volvo’s all-new S60


Volvo cars have always been
synonymous with safe cars.
But as other manufacturers
started building cars just as
safe, Volvo decided to put
more emphasis on the styling
and features of their cars.
From the little C30 hatchback
to the elegant C70 hardtop
convertible, Volvo cars are
now just as stylish as they are
safe. For 2011, the Swedish
car maker has turned to their
midsize sedan, the S60, for its miliar turbocharged 5-cylin- Brushed aluminum inlays
makeover. der engine. decked out the cabin, giving
it an elegant look and feel to
The Volvo S60 is a perfect The S60 is only slightly it.
example of an extremely safe, longer and wider than the car
practical, yet thrilling car to it replaces but it looks much Not only does the new S60
own and drive. Built on the sleeker and takes on the look good and is luxurious,
same platform as Volvo’s “four-door coupe” styling. but it’s actually fun to drive –
flagship sedan, the S80, the As I spent time in my Vibrant another rarity in a Volvo.
S60 has smaller dimensions Copper Metallic S60, I got With 300 horsepower on tap,
to give the car more sporty plenty of nods and thumbs-up the turbo six is fairly quick –
characteristics, yet it retains – something I have to say I reaching 60 mph in about 6.3
many of the S80 luxurious never saw in any other Volvo. seconds. And with stiff
features. springs, 18” wheels and an
Inside, Volvo has decked out all-new suspension system
Initially, the S60 will be the S60 with a luxurious along with all-wheel drive,
available in only one trim cabin. Seating is comfort- the S60 responds quickly and
level – the top-of-the-line able, especially up front with confidence when thrown
performance oriented T6. In where the soft leather sport into turns and corners.
T6 form, the S60 sports a tur- seat seems to contour per-
bocharged inline 6-cylinder fectly to your body. Back No doubt the new S60 T6 is a
engine that makes 300 horse- seat passengers may wish for fast, fun car. But a Volvo
power and features all-wheel a little more room. The “wa- wouldn’t be a Volvo if it did-
drive. Later in the model terfall” center stack – now n’t offer some impressive
year, expect the S60 T5 – a common in most Volvos – safety features. Well the new
front-wheel drive version of houses most of the controls, S60 doesn’t disappoint.
the S60 that uses Volvo’s fa- which I found easy to use. Continues on next page
SPOTLIGHT EP NEWS JUNE 03, 2011 PAGE 19

Volvo S60...
Volvo claims the 2011 S60 is includes a lane-departure practical, able to bring in 26
the world’s first car to offer a warning system and the adap- mpg on the highway (and 18
“Pedestrian Detection” sys- tive cruise control system. mpg in town). And, of
tem with full auto brake. The The package is $2,100. course, being a Volvo, we
system, using a camera know its going to be safe.
mounted behind the wind- As you can see, the all-new
shield above the rear view Volvo S60 T6 seems to be a - Christopher A. Randazzo
mirror along with the adaptive nice blend of everything you
cruise control radar system, can want in a vehi-
can detect pedestrians in the cle. As a luxury car,
car’s path and then, if neces- it carries its passen-
sary, bring the car to a com- gers in comfort and
plete stop from speeds of less style. As a sport
than 25 mph. sedan, it’s fast and
handles well. Heck,
Another impressive safety it’s even somewhat
feature it the Collision Warn-
ing system. Out for a few By The Numbers:
years now, this system can de-
tect if a collision is imminent, 2011 Volvo S60 T6 AWD
and gives a red flashing warn-
ing at the base of the wind- Base Price: $37,700.00
shield in front of the driver, Price as Tested: $46,200.00
along with an audible alert. Layout: front-engine / all-wheel drive
At speeds above 25 mph, the Engine: 3.0 liter turbocharged inline 6-cylinder
system will preload the brake Transmission: 6-speed automatic
system to assure the driver Horsepower: 300 hp
gets maximum brakes in a Torque: 325 ft-lbs
panic-stop situation. EPA Fuel Economy:18 city / 26 highway mpg

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