Thursday April 4 on Style Show: links and a tidy closet space

April 4th, 2013 at 8:55 am by under 2 KASA Style, 2 KASA This Morning

Quote of the Day

“Face your life, its pain, its pleasure, leave no path untaken.” – Neil Gaiman

Thursday  on New Mexico Style Show…

Look years younger in 10-minutes or less with a Neuromodulator one of the fastest non-surgical ways to eliminate lines and wrinkles.

You may want to grab a jacket if you are heading to the Isotopes game for opening night. It will be partly cloudy with lows in the 40s and south winds 10 to 15 mph after midnight.

DIY Network’s John DeSilvia shares his tips to maximizing storage and creating an organized and tidy closet space

In the community…

The Convention Center is undergoing a $20 million renovation and as part of the renovation the city is placing some of its older kitchen equipment up for auction. City officials said there is a wide variety of equipment available at good prices. The auction site is Public Processing LLC. Once on the site, officials suggest typing “city of Albuquerque” in the search engine to see items that are available. Public Processing handles payments for the city and payment for an awarded item must be received within five business days of the close of the auction.

It looks like a fight is brewing between UNM and Steve Alford who just left. In a letter from UNM to Alford it stated because Alford quit on March 30th and was still under his old contract, it required 30 days’ notice if he wanted to leave. That means his last day should be April 29th which is after his new contract would have kicked in. The contract calls for a million dollar buyout and UNM says it wants the money by April 29th. Alford says he quit before his new contract started — so he should only owe $150,000.

On the flip side of things, Craig Neal starts his first full day as the Lobo men’s head basketball coach. Coach Neal, known as “Noodles” was introduced yesterday making a joke about the famous cherry blazer Alford used to wear that he now will be wearing a lot.

Two big boundary changes for Albuquerque Public Schools will go into effect this morning. The first calls for all parents to show documents proving where they live every year and the other calls for changing boundaries for the overcrowded North Star Elementary School off of Ventura near Alameda in northeast Albuquerque. Students living in an area bordered by Alameda, Paseo del Norte, Ventura and Eubank will now go to double eagle elementary– about two miles east of North Star.

For the first time Taos Ski Valley will open its slopes to mountain biking. The new mountain biking terrain will open this summer. Riders will have full access to trails equipped with a variety of jumps and skills courses. Hikers will also be able to ride the lifts to enjoy the views and hotels, restaurants, and shops in the village will stay open to accommodate the summer visitors.

Links mentioned on the show…

UNM’s center for development and disability & Autism Awareness Month
http://www.cdd.unm.edu/autism/

The Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort and Spa is hoping to cash in on the buzz surrounding treasure that may have been hidden in the mountains near Santa Fe.
http://www.bishopslodge.com/

DIY Network’s John DeSilvia
http://www.diynetwork.com/john-desilvia/index.html

Build Your Clost
http://www.closetmaid.com

Neuromodulator with Bair Medical Spa
http://www.bairmedicalspa.com/

Carin Van Olst Santa Fe personal trainer fitness instructo
www.carinfitness.com

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