Thursday, August 15 on Style show: Links and ExploraAugust 15th, 2013 at 8:45 am by 2 KASA FOX under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“Chocolate says ‘I’m sorr’ so much better than words.” ~ Rachel Vincent
On New Mexico Style
Suzette Lindemuth, director of the Center for Ageless Living, and, Vanessa Vasquez, manager of the Garden Gate Day Spa and Salon tell us if you nurture your body, mind and spirit you can stay young forever.
Transform your outdated floors and countertops with help from the flooring specialist Tile Mart.
Explora fosters curiosity, imagination, and a joy of learning through science, technology and art and it’s a great place for your kids to fall into fun. With us this morning are educator and external relations coordinator, Elena Baca and educator Thomas Lloyd.
Santa Fe Indian Market Week is underway and native fashion designer, Pilar Agoyo, shows us her Native American fashions.
If you’re dieting and exercising and still can’t shed stubborn fat, “smart lipo” might do the trick. Doctor Dean Bair of Bair Medical Spa offers this latest method to remove fat.
Edible Arrangements is a delicious way to show someone you care and, Judy Dominguez, owner of Edible arrangements in Albuquerque joins us with anytime gift ideas.
In the Community
Transgender students represent a small fraction of the APS student population, but they’re a group that present unique issues for the district. The New Mexico Activities Association instituted a transgender policy earlier this year when two APS students who are biologically male but identify as female wanted to play girl’s sports. The NMAA ruled that students must play with the gender on their birth certificate. Now the district is diving into the controversial issue, laying out guidelines for principals on an array of transgender issues.
Here’s another reason why you should pay attention to school zones. Some Santa Fe drivers got a tough lesson on speeding in school zones. Officers have handed out 21 tickets since the start of school Tuesday.
New Mexico ski resorts aren’t just about skiing anymore. Due to the drought, owners have been looking at other ways to make money year round and at Angel Fire Resort, it’s paying off.