Wednesday, April 24 on Style Show: links and Beer WeekApril 24th, 2013 at 1:53 pm by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“If you need something from somebody always give that person a way to hand it to you.” –Sue Monk Kidd
Wednesday on New Mexico Style Show
Marketing Coordinate Thea Evans from the YMCA joined Nikki to talk about their Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 27th as well as other events happening at the YMCA.
Face of Fox Michael Newman got armored up as got some information about the 1st annual Albuquerque Renaissance Festival happening this weekend at the Balloon Museum.
Realtor Gavin Sayers talked about the Northern New Mexico Modern Home tour happening in Sante Fe and Taos. Northern New Mexico’s most creative homeowners, architects, and designer are opening their doors to the public.
Nikki got a special preview of the Tony Award Winning Broadway Show “Warhorse” which will be galloping into Albuquerque for the much anticipated 2014 season at Popejoy Hall.
Howie Kabel, Yelp’s Community Organizer talked with Nikki about how folks can discover the “Best of” in their neighborhood with yelp.com Whether searching for a new doctor of something fun to do, Yelp can point you in the right direction.
Lauren Adee and Chairwoman Lynn Mosher from The Lobo Club discussed the importance of scholarship funds for student athletes and about the Lobo Club’s efforts to raise funds to support UNM athletes.
Marne Gaston and* Director Of Brewing Operations for Marble Brewery Ted Rice joined Nikki to talk about Albuquerque Beer Week, which is kicking off tomorrow. It is a 10 day event including tastings, demonstrations, food pairing, and some of the best entertainment in the city.
In the Community
Bernalillo County’s minimum wage is on the way up. Commissioners voted three to two last night to boost the minimum wage to 8.50 an hour by January.
The Santa Fe city council wants your thoughts on a plan that could prevent fireworks from getting sold and shot off this summer if the drought stays as bad as it is.
Get ready because Santa Fe’s city council meeting will probably be packed tonight because gay marriage will once again be front and center. The council’s set to vote on a resolution that urges county clerks to issue gay marriage licenses.
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