Steve Kaplowitz is probably best known as the voice of SportsTalk on 600 ESPN Sports El Paso. However, while Steve spends the majority of his days reciting sports statistics and giving play-by-plays, we thought it would be interesting to pry into Steve’s personal life to find out what El Paso’s longest running talk show host does after he turns the microphone off.
This may be the first time there has been more raw sports talent in the stands than on the baseball field.
This robo-beer vendor is literally a booze-slinging machine that will, hopefully, make his way to the Hall of Fame someday for his high-tech and highly coordinated efforts at efficiently getting sports fans buzzed during a game.
With football season around the corner, here is the regular season schedule for the Dallas Cowboys. Don't forget that we are the official station for the Cowboys which means that you can listen to every single game on 600 AM ESPN El Paso.
All right, so we’re going to go ahead and confess that this video doesn’t really have much to with sports, except for the fact that it involves a basketball and some athletic pool rats that apparently talked their parents out of making them get summer jobs.
It has been said that white men can’t jump, which is true for the most part. However, in this video, a couple of well-dressed Mormon missionaries prove that theory wrong by walking into the hood and unleashing their inner Larry Bird during an impromptu backyard basketball game.
Child Protective Services and Butterfield Golf Trail are teaming up for a golf tournament to benefit Community Partners of El Paso, a local charity that has helped over 20,000 abused and neglected children in El Paso County since 1998.
As we began the final hour of Sportstalk this evening, the big story causing a stir among our listeners had nothing to do with sports. Instead, the Twitter world was buzzing when they discovered that Chad was planning to attend the Expose concert this Saturday
We’re not entirely sure why this guy is video taping a vicious tornado ripping through the streets of Connecticut instead of tucking his head in between his legs and kissing his butt goodbye. But because of this man's bravery/stupidity, all of us get to see a tornado suck the roof off the Connecticut sports dome. Score!
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