2 KASA This Morning January 2, 2014January 2nd, 2014 at 7:03 am by 2 KASA FOX under 2 KASA This Morning
Question of the Day:
Today we’re talking about weddings. Many of you out there probably have daughters, friends or maybe even yourself who got engaged over the holidays. What we want to know from you is.: What is the craziest or strangest thing you’ve seen at a wedding?
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They are cute and cuddly although you may be discouraged from picking one up in your arms. We are talking about the Tasmanian devils that arrived at the Albuquerque zoo this week. They are a sight to see and are giving people an insight into one of Australia’s most talked about creatures. David Romero stopped by the zoo and brings us a look.
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Did you pop the champagne and then he popped the question, or maybe you got engaged a little earlier? Either way it’s time to start planning your wedding. Professional wedding planner Genie Rossetti joins us to show us how to plan that special event and have fun while doing it.
Our unemployment rate is high, uncertainty hangs over the economy because of government funding and yet the average person today in the U.S. is still living in the most prosperous period in history. If you don’t feel that prosperous, we’re going to talk about why with Allen Parkman, a regents’ professor emeritus of management at the University of New Mexico.
Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry joins us to talk about what’s in store for Albuquerque in 2014 as he begins his second term in office.
Get ready to celebrate and honor the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis Presley, at the Downs Racetrack & Casino. Downs Director of Marketing Brian Roybal is here to fill us in.
Tomorrow on 2 KASA This Morning we’ll be talking with folks from the Rattlesnake Museum, and speaking of animals, the Albuquerque BioPark offers some preschool classes we’ll be learning about. All this and more starting Thursday morning at 7 here on 2 KASA This Morning.
Starting today from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. through Jan. 12 you can see how the Japanese ring in the new year at the Albuquerque BioPark Botanic Garden. Kadomatsu are a Japanese new year’s tradition of pine and bamboo arrangements. They are said to attract beneficial spirits and are full of symbolism representing virtues such as strength, flexibility, vitality and purity.
Deal of the Day
There is only a limited time remaining for our Deal of the Day, so you better act soon. Today you can get half-off entry to the 5-K Run or Dye race. Run or Dye douses its runners in colorful dyes as they cross the finish line. It’s $23.50 for a single ticket and $45 for two tickets to the Albuquerque race on March 1. Without the deal you would pay $47 and $94. There are also deals for the race in Farmington happening later in March.
Job of the Day
Whole Foods is looking for a full-time store receiver. In that position you would be responsible for receiving products and checking that everything on them is accurate. For more on this and to apply»
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