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El Paso Scene November 2014

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A monthly guide to community entertainment, recreation and culture in El Paso, Juarez and Southern New Mexico
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  NOV.   ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã ã NOVEMBER 2014 www epscene com Your monthly guide to community entertainment, recreation & culture   On the Cover: “Upper Valley Neighborhood” by Rosario Ponte The Public Face of Fort Bliss Fort Bliss isn’t just for soldiers. The public can enjoy shopping,restaurants, museums and a full calendar of events. Page 27  Page 2El Paso SceneNovember2014   Amigo Airsho 2014 — The U.S. Air ForceThunderbirds return for the 2014 AIrshowSaturday and Sunday, Nov. 1-2 , at its newlocation at the Doña Ana County Airport inSanta Teresa. Gates open at 10 a.m., with flyingacts performing 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Gates closeat 5 p.m. Tickets: $20; $10 ages 5-12; $70chalets; $100 VIP; free for age 4 and younger.Information: 562-6446 or amigoairsho.org. Also performing are the U.S. Army GoldenKnights, Dan Buchanan Airshow, Indy Boys jetpowered school bus, Kyle Franklin (stunt pilot),Rifle and G&M Airshows, and pilot JoeShetterly. A TradeSho area is also featured with interac- tive displays and vendors. There will be a chil-dren’s play area, food vendors and various stat-ic aircraft displays. Attendees are welcome tobring chairs or blankets to sit on. Fall Bash — The community cookout andconcert, sponsored by Westside Community Church, 1850 Northwestern, is noon to 3 p.m.Saturday, Nov. 1 , with jumping balloon, livebands and games. Information: 584-0882 or  westsidecommunity.org. Fountains at Farah Anniversary Party  — The Fountains at Farah, 8889 Gateway  West, host its first birthday party 5 to 9 p.m.Saturday, Nov. 1 , in its Promenade Amphitheater, with several booths include cakesamples, free massages and more. Arts andcrafts, balloon giveaways, stilt walkers, lollipop girls, and ongoing live music to entertain the whole family will be available. Raffle giveaway also held. Admission is free. Information: 225-3600 or on Facebook atFountains at Farah.  Witches Ball — The ball is 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 , at El Maida Shrine, 6221 Alabama.Food trucks, music, beer, wine and booth.Costume contests with $1,000 in prize. Ticketsare $35, include photo, beer and wine, andcostume contest entry. Information: 562-1444,elmaida.com or Facebook. El Paso’s Corn Maze — The 10-acre mazeand pumpkin patch’s inaugural season runs through Nov. 2 , at 1100 Old Hueco TanksRoad (south of I-10 at Exit 35). Hours are 11a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m.Sunday. Admission: $10.95 ($8.95 ages 3-11,free for ages 2 and younger). Information: 915-213-4FUN or elpasocornmaze.com. Sacred Heart Tardeada — The MoonDogs and DJ Surreal are part of the tardeada atSacred Heart Church, 602 S. Oregon (at Father Rahm), 2 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2 , with food,dancing, door prizes and more. Admission: $5.Information: 244-2209, 603-8424 or sacred-heartelpaso.org. ‘A Christmas Fair’ — The Junior League of El Paso’s 41st annual holiday shopping fair isThursday through Sunday, Nov. 8-9 , at the ElPaso Convention Center. Hours are 10 a.m. to8 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The fair brings together about 200merchants from across the country as well asarts, crafts, live entertainment, music, photos with Santa and more. Tickets: $10 ($9 seniors,military, children 6-12; free for children under five) information: 584-3511 or jlep.org.Girls’ Night Out is 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 , with fashion show, silent auction, horsd’oeuvres and refreshments. Call for tickets. Fur-Festival — Humane Society of El Paso,4991 Fred Wilson, in partnership with El Paso Animal Services, will host the first ever Fur-Festival 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9 , withmusic, vendors, pet contests and food, plus lotsof doggies and kitties hoping to find a fur-ever home. Friendly pets welcome on leash. Admission is free; parking next door at SunMetro. Information: 532-6971 or hselpaso.org.More than 300 pets of all shapes and sizes willbe available for adoption at a special Fur-Festival fee of $40. The fee includes all ageappropriate vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and microchip with registration. El Maida Circus — The famous ShrineCircus returns Nov. 11-16 , at El Paso County Coliseum. Performances are 2 and 7 p.m.Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 8p.m. Friday, 11:30 a.m., 3:30 and 8 p.m.Saturday and 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. Sunday.Tickets: $26 box, $35 floor (Ticketmaster). Taste of El Paso — The area’s “ultimateculinary experience” is 6 to 10 p.m.   November 2014 NOVEMBERINDEX Roundup 3-13 Behind the Scene 4 Scene Spotlight 4 Here’s the Ticket 14-17 Music, Comedy 18-19 Dance 20 Program Notes 21-22 Sports 23-26 Feature: Fort Bliss: Open to Public 27-29 Viva Juárez 30-31 Nature 32-33 At the Museum 34-36 Taking a Look Back 36 Southwest Art Scene 37-40 Gallery Talk 41-42 History Lessons 42 On Stage 43-44 Stage Talk 44 Keep on Bookin' 45 Film Scene 46-47 El Paso FishNet 47 Liner Notes 48 December preview 49 El Paso Scene User’s Guide 49 Advertiser Index 50 Subscription Form 50 El Paso ScenePage 3November2014 Please see Page 5  Page 4El Paso SceneNovember2014 Y ou’ve heard the story of thegrasshopper and the ant? At theLimbird household, it’s the storyof grasshopper and the pack rat.Those are the labels used by profession-al organizers to describe dysfunctionalfolks like Cindy and me. Both of us arechronic mess-makers, but with differentstyles.Cindy’s the pack rat, the one who hatesto throw stuff away. Hence the variouscollections of magazines and old mail,not to mention closets full of classroomsupplies from her decades of teaching.Fortunately, after a couple of years of retirement, Cindy has rummaged throughmost of the old piles and restored a cou-ple of rooms to their proper state.I’m the grasshopper, the one who neverbothers to clean up after the main part of a project is done. I “hop” to the next proj-ect, ignoring the debris left behind by thelast one. Papers keep piling up on mydesk instead of ever reaching their properdestination in the recycling bin or filecabinet. Of the two of us, I must confess tobeing the worse offender. Case in point:the spare room I use as a secondary officeand storage space. Whatever I didn’tknow what to do with, I piled it in thatroom, from back issues of the Scene toold computers. It got to the point that Icouldn’t walk through the room withoutclimbing over boxes and piles of oldnewspapers. It was reaching a classic“Hoarders” state.These past two months my goal was tofinally get my act together. In August Itackled my main office, and in theprocess filled about 1 ½ blue recyclingbins. That was just a warm-up to theSeptember project, the spare room.It took about two full days, fillinganother couple of blue recycling bins plusa trip to the landfill transfer station to getrid of some old computer stuff. Anotherfew boxes of books I didn’t need went toBooks Are Gems, a nonprofit used book-store.Now I can walk through the room with-out fear of stumbling and enjoy the sun-light that now fills the room unobstructedby boxes of useless items.The one lesson I learned is that thebiggest incentive to keep things from get-ting worse is to really clean up the mess.You never really notice the extra pile of stuff when a desktop is already coveredwith junk. But when you clear it off com-pletely, one misplaced sheet of paperstands out and it’s almost instinctive topick it up and put it in the right place.* * *As part of the celebration of El PasoScene’s 20th anniversary last year, theHal Marcus Gallery hosted the “20 CoverGirls” exhibit featuring women artistswhose work had graced the El PasoScene cover over the years. We selectedseveral winners, but had to wait until nowto feature the final cover award winner.Rosario Ponte’s “Upper ValleyNeighborhood” painting seemed perfectfor a November cover. It’s also a scenethat I experience nearly every day when Itake my dog Buddy out for a walk or runalong the ditch in my neighborhood.Another exhibit of potential El PasoScene covers will be on display thismonth at the Sunland Art Gallery inPlacita Santa Fe, 5034 Doniphan. Theartists’ reception for the annual “El PasoScenes” show will be 6-8 p.m. Thursday,Nov. 13. Silver City ‘Small-Town’ Christmas —Holiday events include Festival of Trees( Nov. 28-Dec. 6 ), Tamal y Mas Fest andLighted Christmas Parade ( Nov. 29 ), Sugar Plum Saturday ( Dec. 6 ), Victorian Christmas( Dec. 11 ), Black Tie Ball and Holiday Market( Dec. 13 ) and more Page 2 . ‘God’s Favorite’ — EPCC Theater Ensemble presents the Neil Simon comedy  Oct. 30-Nov. 9 . Page 18 .  Witches’ Ball — El Maida Shrine hosts itsDia de los Muertos celebration Nov. 1 , withfood, drinks and costume contest. Page 5 . UTEP Athletics — Page 30 .ã UTEP Football plays Nov. 1  vs. SouthernMiss and Nov. 15  vs. North Texas.ã UTEP Basketball’s Orange and WhiteScrimmage is Nov. 1 . Border Heroes Celebration — The annualawards dinner Nov. 6 . Page 15 . El Paso Live events — Page 26 .ã The Psychedelic Furs and TheLemonheads ( Nov. 6 ) and Verdi’s Requiem( Nov. 8 ) , Plaza Theatre.ã Taste of El Paso ( Nov. 12 ) and Life inColor ( Nov. 29 ), Convention Center.ã Chris Tucker ( Nov. 15 ), Chavez Theatre. David Sedaris — The bestselling author,humorist and speaker performs Nov. 7 , atThe Plaza Theater. Page 22 . Crossland Gallery  — Opening exhibitreception is Nov. 7 for “Pop to Portrait,”featuring EPAA artists. Members’ Holiday Exhibit and Fundraiser is Dec. 6 . Page 34 . Sunland Park Casino — The casino pres-ents free live music during the fall winter months. Page 25 .ã Nov. 7-9 : Chad Pfeifer ã Nov. 14-15 : Brushfireã Nov. 21-22 : Jessannã Dec. 5-6 : Brittany Bexton. El Paso Playhouse — Page 6 .ã Through Nov. 8 : Dangerous Liaisonsã Dec. 5-20 : Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Dance Passion — El Paso Ballroom Dance Academy the dinner dance Nov. 8 atSunland Park Casino. Page 10 . Greg Buchanan — Bruce Nehring Consortpresent the jazz and gospel harpist Nov. 8-9 at Trinity-First United Methodist Church. Navidad de las Luminarias is Dec. 5-7 atThe Chapel at Loretto. Page 18 . La Tierra Café — The café hosts monthly dinner shows. Page 6. ã Nov. 8 : Luna Zarella, Frida Kahlo Tributeã Dec. 13 : Yolandaã Dec. 20 : Bud Sanders’ An Elvis Christmas Art a la Carte Holiday Craft Fair is Nov.20 . Fur Festival — The adoption extravaganzaand pet fair is Nov. 9 at “PawCity,” between the Humane Society of El Paso and El Paso Animal Services. Page 28 . Mexican Holidays — The pastorela presen- tation is Nov. 12 at Centro Cultural Paso delNorte in Ciudad Juarez. Page 11 . Hal Marcus Gallery — Opening Nov. 20 is“Bill Rakocy, 1940s and 1950s.” Page 37 .Happy Hippie Holidaze is Dec. 13 . Sunland Art Gallery  — Showing throughNovember is “El Paso Scenes.” Openingreception is Nov. 13 . Page 20 .  Autumn Wine and Art Market — The fallart market with wine tastings and live musicis Nov. 14-16 at Sunland Winery. Page 11 . Compassionate Thanksgiving — Vegetarian Society of El Paso’s annual dinner is Nov. 15 at Sunland Park Holiday Inn with guest speaker Victoria Moran. Page 7 . Fort Bliss Holiday Bazaar  — The annualbazaar with more than 100 vendors is Nov.15-16 at the Trading Post. Page 11 . ‘They Kingdom Come’ — The annualchurch conference is Nov. 20-23 , atChristian Joy Center. Page 43 . El Paso Symphony Orchestra: ‘Duet of Genius’ — Nov. 21-22 in the PlazaTheatre. Page 17 . Las Artistas Art Show and Sale — The45th annual juried event and one of El Paso’spremier arts and crafts shows is Nov. 22-23 at First Presbyterian Church. Page 3 . ‘Treasures of the Southwest’ — Open Arts Community’s charity art auction andholiday sale is Nov. 29 . Page 37.UTEP’s Stanlee and Gerald RubinCenter — Showing through Dec. 19 is“Index: Archiving the Edges of Violence,”“Alejandro Almanza Pereda: Absence MakesThe Heart Grow Fonder” and “MachineProject Presents!” Page 9 . Mineral, Gem Jewelry and Bead Show  — Dec. 5-7 at El Maida Auditorium. Page 16 . Tennis West Holiday Fair  — The annualholiday fair is Dec. 7 . Page 33 . Magoffin Home open house — VisitorsCenter Grand Opening and Holiday OpenHouse Dec. 13 . Page. 41 . El Maida New Year’s Eve — El MaidaShrine hosts a New Year’s Eve Party Dec.31  with music by Rhapsody Band. Page 31 .  Ardovino’s Farmers’ Market — TheSaturday market is in winter hours. Page 41 . El Paso Exploreum — The newest featureis the Inspiration Station where “creativeinvention is key.” Page 28 . Southern New Mexico  Veterans’ Day Car Show — New MexicoState Veterans Home hosts its 18th annualCar Show Nov. 8 in Truth or Consequences. Page 15 . Home Grown market — Nov. 22-23 atNM Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum withdemonstrations, sampling and a chile relleno-cooking contest. Page 51 . Silver City Lighted Christmas Parade —The 24th annual parade, “Silver City for theHolidays,” is Nov. 29 in Historic DowntownSilver City. Pages 2 and 34 . Trans-Siberian Orchestra — The rock holiday tradition returns with their all newshow, “The Christmas Attic” Dec. 1 atNMSU’s Pan American Center. Page 22 .   Scene Spotlight highlights events advertised in this issue. © 2014 Cristo Rey Communications Randy Limbird Editor and Publisher (915) 542-1422 Albert Martinez Advertising &Circulation Director (915) 920-7244 Lisa Kay Tate News Editor (915) 542-1422 ext. 4 EditorialAssociates: Yvonne T. Herrera, Will Summers Advertising Associate: Roman Martinez Circulation Associates: Randy Friedman, Gil Garza Contributing Writers: Carol Viescas, Brian Chozick, Myrna Zanetell, John McVey MiddaghWalter Schaefer, Jay Duncan Subscription Form is on Page 50 Visit El Paso Scene Online at www.epscene.com sponsored by Phidev, Inc. El Paso SceneP. O. Box 13615El Paso, Texas 79913PH: 542-1422 Office: 316 Arboles, El Paso TX 79932 E-mail: epscene@epscene.com Deadline for news for theDecember issue is Nov. 17 The December issue comes out Dec. 26  November 2014 El Paso Scene is published by Cristo Rey Communications as a monthly guide to entertainment, recreation and culture in the El Paso area. Copies are provided free at selected locations. Subscriptions are $10 a year, sent by 3rd class mail.Circulation: 41,000 copies.

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