2 KASA This Morning January 21, 2014January 21st, 2014 at 7:20 am by 2 KASA FOX under 2 KASA This Morning
Question of the Day
- Should marijuana be legal for recreational use in New Mexico?
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Relaxation is now just about sitting quietly and stretching. There’s one class in town that’s letting you light up the night while also doing yoga! Cloud Nine offers black light hot yoga classes four nights a week for all levels of yoga. Here to talk more about it are Bri Frazier, from Cloud Nine Divine Healing Center, and Brendan Clark, from Rhythm Dance Company.
If your pet swallowed something it wasn’t supposed to and began choking would you know what to do? Or would you know if your pet was dehydrated? Luckily, the American Red Cross is here to help your furry family members. Joining us are Beverly Allen and Natalie Garcia from the Red Cross.
As parents we all want what’s best for our children and we know kids should be staying active but it’s sometimes hard to do when it’s cold outside. Albuquerque About.com’s Aileen O’Catherine joins me now with a list of fun activities to do with the kids in the winter.
Are you some who loves to spend time in the wilderness? If so, make sure you are prepared to deal with a first aid emergency should it happen. Here with me now is Bob Mosher, outdoor programs and outreach coordinator for REI.
Boat launches into the Rio Grande, wildlife observation decks, improvements to the ABQ BioPark are all part of the are all apart of ABQ: The Plan. Albuquerque Mayor R.J. Berry joins us to talk about two entities in that large plan, the Rio Grande vision and the ABQ BioPark plan.
Today is National Hug Day and pretty soon you can take part in a hug-a-thon. Here to tell us about it is mister hugs himself and owner of Tim’s Place, Tim Harris!
The 14th annual world’s largest matanza is set to cook off this weekend. Here to tell us about it is Fernando Sisneros, president of the Hispano Chamber of Valencia County, and Edward Calabaza, public relations specialist with the Hispano Chamber of Valencia County.
Approximately 31,000 New Mexicans have Alzheimer’s at this very moment. Jamie Frye, communications and advocacy director for the Alzheimer’s Association in New Mexico, and volunteer, David Esquibel, is here to talk about this very important issue.
You can check out the movie The Road on screen at the Center for Contemporary Arts Cinema tonight.
The post-apocalyptic movie, starring Vigo Mortensen, came out in 2009 and follows a family in a world where survival is the only goal.
After the movie, external professor at the Santa Fe Institute and London Mathematical Lab, Doctor Ole Peters, will discuss issues of time, possibility and alternate realities.
This happens from 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. General admission is $10.
Meet Aladdin! He is a 1-year-old red heeler cross and is available at Animal Humane New Mexico.
Deal of the Day
For $49, you can get a custom Health and Wellness package with a 90-minute phone visit at Nicole White Wellness. Or you can pay $139 for a custom Health and Wellness package with five hour-long phone visits.
A certified holistic health coach and registered yoga instructor offers bio-individual lifestyle assessments and coaching to help clients get to their health goals.
There are only two days left to save 73-percent.
Job of the Day
Goodwill Industries of New Mexico is looking for a case manager in that position, you would help those with traumatic brain injuries. For more on this and to apply»
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