Wednesday, July 31 on Style show: links and Breaking Bad PartiesJuly 31st, 2013 at 11:27 am by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“I think the highest and lowest points are the important ones. Anything else is just…in between.” –Jim Morrison
On New Mexico Style
Yelp.com’s Howie Kaibel came on the show to talk about the Breaking Bad viewing parties at 7 different Albuquerque restaurants to kick off the final season of the Albuquerque based, Breaking Bad.
Nikki got to sit down with the event organizers of the Southwest Antique Shows that are all going to support New Mexico Non-profits.
Taryn Rivera and Saundra Thompson from Shoes on a Shoestring, came on the show to talk about some back to school shoes that will fit your child’s individual style.
Chef John Haas, from recently opened restaurant, M’Tucci’s, joined us in our Builder’s Source Kitchen to talk about the new restaurant and cooked up some delicious food from the menu.
In the Community
We’ve all seen cops and deputies blow through red lights -sometimes with tragic consequences. Now, new policies are being adopted by the Bernallio county sheriff and Albuquerque police are cracking down, completely eliminating “code 2″ – which means “lights only.” Now cops and deputies have to use their lights and sirens when they’re going through a red light. Both BCSO and APD say the new policy follows a nationwide trend to reduce lawsuits.
The City of Albuquerque is installing 21st century parking meters. 40 of the so-called “Smart Meters” are now located in historic Nob Hill and they allow drivers to pay for parking by those old fashion coins but also debit and credit cards. They instantly text the city when there’s a malfunction, when parking spots are full, and how much time remains on each paid meter.
And the experts say- New Mexico’s sunny disposition will help save taxpayers money too.
Another bear on a food run makes it into town and straight into the radar of residents. Our cameras were there when Game and Fish and APD corralled the bear in a backyard near Morris and Comanche — two miles from the foothills, last night.