Monday, May 13 on Style show: Links and Latin Comedy JamMay 13th, 2013 at 9:25 am by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“Seventy percent of success in life is showing up” –Woody Allen
On New Mexico Style
Social and Digital Media Strategist, Maralyn Beck came on the show to talk about how moms are using social media and which social media sites are most useful to moms.
The Los Ranchos Rope N’ Runners are jumping into the national spotlight. Nine members of the local jump rope team have qualified for the 2013 Junior Olympics in Detroit, Michigan this July.
Bill Van Steenis, career expert and author of the book “In-Demand: How to get hired, develop a career and always be successful”, joined us on the show to give some practical advice of how to keep yourself relevant and in demand in today’s job market.
Tank Jones and Mike Acquisto-Gotti joined us on the couch to give some more information on the upcoming hilarious show, Latin Comedy Jam, playing at the San Felipe Casino Hollywood.
We got a close look at the exotic reptiles that are housed in the Biopark Zoo’s Reptile House.
Deborah Hoffman came on the show to try some samples from the upcoming Beer, Wine, and Chocolate Sensation, which is happening this Saturday from 2-5pm. The show will include a delicious afternoon of craft beers, fine wines, and chocolates.
In the Community
Students in Albuquerque will be celebrating graduation all this week. The ceremonies will be held at Tingly Coliseum at expo New Mexico. Graduations for alternative schools will be held at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Videos of the 2013 graduation ceremonies will be posted on the APS high school graduation website within a day or so of the ceremony.
The Albuquerque Bio-Park Zoo now has a name for the new baby Giraffe! The female Giraffe born on April 20th is now named “Abiquiú” or “Abi” for short. And in addition, the zoo had their first ever “gender reveal” party over the weekend for their newest arrival.
The new and improved bike trail is now open along the Bosque in the south valley. The new four-and-a-half mile stretch runs from from Tingley drive to Rio Bravo. The million dollar project includes new pavement, a new connection to Bridge boulevard, and new benches. Bicyclists say the new trail is safer and more inviting.