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    On this episode of Good To Grow Denise, John, and Jan talk about containers for your plants. Jan offers tips on what you can do if your flower pot is missing a drainage hole at the bottom.
  • La Nube, is taking shape right before our eyes. El Paso’s forthcoming children’s science center invites us to reach for the clouds. Here to catch us up on all the happenings is Executive Director Barry Van Deman.
  • Keith Pannell talks with the Denis O'Hearn, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
  • This week Keith talks with the UTEP's provost John Weibe about his interest in the science of psychology on KTEP's We Are UT El Paso.
  • On this episode of Good To Grow Denise and John share tips about how to keep your lawns green during the summer.
  • This week Keith Pannell talks with distinguished music professor Oscar Macchioni on KTEP's We Are UT El Paso program.
  • Portal 1 is a massive abstract mural by artist Ricardo Chavarria. The mural will welcome El Pasoans and visitors to the El Paso International Airport.
  • Rodriga Rockmore is a fronteriza, Chicana, and Mexican-American vinyl DJ on the border of El Paso, Texas and Cd. Juarez, Mexico. She’s a musician, DJ, organizer, community advocate and educator.
  • Keith Pannell starts this new series by talking with the president of the university. Heather Wilson is an academic administrator serving as the president of the University of Texas at El Paso. She previously served as the 24th secretary of the United States Air Force from 2017 through 2019.
  • A. Billi Free mixes soul, jazz hip hop and electronic music to build her brand of sound. Born in the Midwest and now based in Southern New Mexico, the singer and rapper released her second album, Holy Body Roll in March of this year.
  • Mario S. Aguilar, Principal and Founder of The Pensery, has an insatiable curiosity about the world at large, the world of design, and the inflection points where those two worlds meet.
  • Host Daniel Chacón talks to writer Melanie Márquez Adams.