Style Show, Wednesday, August 21: links and Latin Dance FestAugust 21st, 2013 at 1:32 pm by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style
Quote of the Day
“You live but once; you might as well be amusing.” –Coco Channel
On New Mexico Style
Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival – The Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival offers parties, workshops, lectures, films, dancing and more, and it all kicks off on Thursday night. Nikki talks to Festival Director James Foley and Event Sponsor John Mancini to get all the exciting details.
Kids Eat Free with Village Inn – Nikki is in the kitchen with Village Inn Regional Manager John Christopher, and Stephanie Peterson, Local Marketing Coordinator, to talk about the “Kids Eat Free Kick-Off,” fundraising efforts, the e-club contest, and more. John also makes the delicious Crispy Chicken Flatbread and Chipotle BBQ Chicken Wrap and brings along Village Inn’s Boston Cream Elite Pie, Caramel Chocolate Delight, Lemon Supreme and Fruitabulous Pies.
New Mexico Magazine: September 2013 – Nikki is joined by New Mexico Magazine Editor In Chief, Dave Herndon, who has a sneak peak of what you can expect in the September 2013 issue of the magazine, including field trips for food lovers, trips to Bountiful, the Great Pie Showdown, this month’s mover and shaker, and details on the massive restoration project of the famous La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe.
Avoid the Freshman Fifteen – Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor Leanne Parshall, from Sports and Wellness, shares important tips with Nikki to help college students avoid the freshman fifteen. Learn healthy food habits, including good ideas for snacks, activities and exercises for staying healthy and active, and helpful ways to relive physical and mental stress.
In the Community
Some of New Mexico’s head start programs will be saved despite federal budget cuts. More than 57,000 children nationwide would have been cut from head start this fall because of budget cuts.
Senator Tom Udall says he’s helped $5.5 million dollars for the programs in Valencia, Socorro, Cibola, and Mckinley counties. It’s unclear yet what help if any head start programs in other parts of the state will get.
Voters in Rio Rancho have voted against a proposal which would have slashed that city’s high education tax in half. Unofficial results from last night’s election show 40% voted for it… 60 against it. The tax supports the UNM west campus. A city councilor claims he would have put funds toward’s police and fire departments if the proposal had passed. About ten-percent of registered voters showed up to the polls.