Wednesday, August 28 on Style Show: links and Hatch Chile FestivalAugust 28th, 2013 at 1:59 pm by michaelnewman under 2 KASA Style, 2 KASA This Morning
Quote of the Day
“Those who are willing to be vulnerable move among mysteries.” –Theodore Roethke
On New Mexico Style
We continue our celebration of the Santa Fe Wine and Chile week with executive chef Tom Kerpon of Tanti Luce . Tom and Nikki are in the Builders Source kitchen preparing the Chef’s Bolognese and talking about Tanti Luce’s wine dinner as part of the festival.
Spice up your Labor Day weekend with the Hatch Chile Festival. Nikki is joined by the Hatch Chile Queen Sonia Moreno and Princesses Laura Rodriguez and Margarita Cuevas to share the yummy details on this weekends festivities.
Habitat for Humanity has been making a difference both locally and globally, restoring more than 600,000 homes and providing shelter for more than three million folks worldwide. See how the organization is making a difference right here in New Mexico.
Thinking of replacing your worn-out roof? You may not have to. Justin Kibbe of Fix This Roof joins Nikki to show us that simply restoring your roof may take care of your needs and save you money!
In the Community
Last night- the city council passed new rules…that ban stores from using most plastic bags when you check out. And if you use paper bags…they’ll cost you at least 10 cents a piece. This does not apply to produce bags…or plastic bags from take-out restaurants. The vote passed 7 to 1 – councilor Ron Trujillo was the only no vote. The new rules start 6 months from now.
50 -years in the making, the newest stadium for Albuquerque Public School students is finally opening its doors for action. Tonight at six, a ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opens the new seven -thousand seat community stadium on the west side. Following that, the inaugural kickoff is set for 7pm between Manzano and Volcano Vista. The $38-million dollar football stadium includes facilities for track and field, a parking lot and even some road improvements. Approved by voters earlier this year and back in 2010, it was built in a pit specifically to keep light and noise from drifting into nearby neighborhoods. The stadium is at the north end of I-40, off 98-th street.