Super fun time on Style

January 3rd, 2014 at 1:28 pm by under 2 KASA Style

Wow!  What an awesome day on 2 KASA.  Had a great time all morning, both on This Morning and Style.  I was doing some african dance, sampling chocolate-covered cherries, getting schooled in trivia and wrapping it up with some great black bean chile -and guess what?  It’s super healthy and guaranteed to burn any illness right out of you!

First up, talking with Walter Cannon, who is the executive director of the RV Safety & Education Foundation.  Walter’s spent most of his life camping, RV’ing and enjoying the wide open spaces and majesty of our Nation’s wilderness.  He wants to share that with a new generation of adventure-hungry folks and this weekend is your chance.  Check out this weekend’s RV Travel Show going on at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

If you’re looking for a new cell phone, this is the weekend to get it.  Wholesale Wireless in Los Lunas is having a New Year’s celebration in which you can grab that hot new iPhone or Android device and help the Wounded Warrior Project, The Los Lunas Fire Department and Roadrunner Food Bank.  In addition, PMM New Mexico will be hosting a raffle in which you can win one of two hot new smartphones!

Have you ever been to a Geeks Who Drink event?  If not, you’re missing out!  Support a local eatery, enjoy friendly competition and test your skills at a universe of trivia.  The Geek Bowl is just around the corner in Austin and we’re learning more (and getting schooled) by trivia masters Eric Kohen and Kent Wilhelmi.

If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution that your afraid you may not keep, never fear.  We have two guests that can help you stick to those goals.  First up is Bookworks.  Amanda Sutton stops by the studio with some great suggestions of books on money management written by local authors, as well as breaking down some of the other resolutions popular for the new year -and for print. Second, Chef Nancy of the Holistic Kitchen is showing us how to create a delicious black bean chile and giving us some pointers to keeping those dietary commitments.  Here’s a tip -start small and realistically.

Lastly, I got my booty shakin’ y’all.  Rujeko Dumbutshena brought her ensemble to the studio to show me a thing or two about African dance.  It’s quite fun and something you can easily dive into.  She’ll be teaching a series of workshops at the Orpheum Arts Space through January.  Text 718-427-0421 for reservations.

Back to the real world, like for reals, on Monday.  Hope y’all have a great weekend!



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