Friday, May 17 on Style Show: Links and Chocolate FondueMay 17th, 2013 at 10:04 am by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.” –Oscar Wilde
On New Mexico Style
Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Owens came on the show to talk about the upcoming event “Help for New Mexico Homeowners” happening today and tomorrow in Santa Fe. This event will educate homeowners who are struggling with their monthly mortgage and are at risk of foreclosure about what options they have to avoid, stop, or prevent foreclosure.
Our Small Business Friday Spotlight today was Royal Details where they can make your ride look as good as new.
Michael Harle from Alamosa Books came to talk about the details of their “Passport Reading Program” which encourages kids to read.
The first Annual Taste of Albuquerque is happening this Saturday, and Cece Guidi joined us to talk about what people can expect. The event will have 25 of the Duke City’s best restaurants, breweries and wineries sampling some of their best items.
Special guests Alissa and Robbie Parker came on the show talk the loss of their daughter in the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting and how that tragedy has led them to led an initiative to improve school safety standards. They are in Albuquerque in part to dedicate a garden in memory of their daughter Emilie.
Chef Tony Micklos from The Melting Pot joined us in our Home Builders Kitchen to talk about the restaurant and the art of fondue.
In the Community
The “San Jose De Los Jemez” mission in jemez springs has been designated as a national historic landmark. Franciscan missionaries and Spanish colonizers built the massive church in the 1620′s and it was used until the Pueblo Revolt in 1680 when the Jemez people abandoned the site and relocated to more defensible sites on nearby mesa’s.
Real estate search site “Estately” scoured the country for the best cities in America for dogs and Albuquerque came in sixth! Winners were based on weather, walk-able neighborhoods, yard sizes, doggie activities, meet-up groups, and the availability of dog sitters.
Funnyman Seth Macfarlane is producing a 13-part docu-series in Santa Fe this month. “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odssey” is the long-awaited follow-up to Carl Sagan’s iconic exploration of the universe, “cosmos: a personal voyage,” which was first broadcast in 1980. The sequel will explore how we discovered the laws of nature and found our coordinates in space and time. The production will employ at least 80 New Mexico crewmembers, principal actors, and extras. It will premier right here on 2 KASA FOX early next year.
The Latin Comedy Jam is happening at San Felipe Casino Hollywood this Saturday.