Wednesday, May 22 on Style show: links and Longmire

May 22nd, 2013 at 9:54 am by under 2 KASA Style

Quote of the Day

“Seek the lofty by reading, hearing and seeing great work at some moment every day.” – Thornton Wilder

On New Mexico Style

The Outpost Performance Space founder and artistic director, Tom Guralnick, guitarist Claudio Tolousse, and bassist Asher Barreras, joined us to talk about the Gala dinner happening at the Albuquerque Museum to celebrate 25 years of jazz, folk, and blues.

Project Runway host Tim Gunn joined us to talk about the reality show and some entertaining secrets.

Our Face of Fox, Michael Newman, gave us information about a local film school giving kids a rare opportunity to learn the art of film making. (

Adam Bartley, who plays “Berg” in the A&E Network’s original drama series “Longmire”, joined us to talk about the show, shot in New Mexico and what viewers can expect from the next season.

Eric Stumpf, Chef de Cuisine from Corn Maiden at the Hyatt Regency Resort joined us in the Builders Source Kitchen to cook one of their delicious menu items.

In the Community

Volunteers from the New Mexico chapter of the red cross are now in Moore, Oklahoma helping where they can. A half dozen volunteers packed up their relief supplies yesterday, heading straight for the disaster zone. They will make sure people have food, a place to stay, and may also help with mental health needs. The New Mexico disaster medical assistance team is also in Oklahoma. It includes 46 medical volunteers many from UNM Hospital.

Good news for those looking for a job, a New Mexico insurance company is about to hire hundreds of new employees. Over the next seven months Blue Cross Blue Shield will add 300 people– including medical directors, customer service representatives and administrative assistants. Most will be based in Albuquerque as the company is expanding to handle the state’s medicaid expansion and the federal health care act.

Sprint is having a job fair today at their call center on Sprint Blvd in Rio Rancho. It begins at 9 am and runs until 5-30 this afternoon.


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