Quote of the Day
“A woman has got to love a bad man once or twice in her life, to be thankful for a good one.”
On New Mexico Style
We got a inside look into Wright’s Indian art showcases the best of the classic Native American Crafts and for decades, loyal clients have relied on Wright’s for uncompromising quality, value, and personal service.
This week’s business spotlight is on Achievement Gallery a business that helps you market your business.
Brooke Burke-Charvet is best known as host of dancing with the stars, but this summer she has a new role. She is part of a nationwide effort to help 50 cat shelters in 50 states improve their services and facilities and in New Mexico that shelter is the watermelon mountain ranch. She joined us to talk about this effort.
Salute the troops is a military-inspired beauty pageant that gives young ladies the opportunity to represent branches of the military, campaign for military-related issues, and promote patriotism. Military Pageants is now recruiting teens and women in the Albuquerque area. For more information Miss Fort Bliss 2012, Melissa Nieto and Miss Fort Bliss Teen 2012, Sarah Joyner, joined us.
The personal chef service is an easy way to get healthy, great tasting meals on the table and certified personal chef and caterer Jan Laird can deliver but today she is showed us how you can deliver Dad a special meal on father’s day.
In the Community
Albuquerque’s Northeast Heights is all quite this morning… after a wild police chase yesterday. It went on for almost 7 miles and three and a half hours and it was all because of a little bear!
The Albuquerque Film and Media Experience wraps up on Sunday, but you can still take advantage of film screenings and special events. Tonight, join Hollywood icon and New Mexico resident Robert Redford at the Hiland Theater for a night of conversation, insight, laughter, and memories.
The Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation assists special needs kids with their medical and daily living needs, as well as quality of life programs. The annual Mudd Volleyball tournament is the foundation’s biggest fundraiser … And it’s tomorrow! The tournament is sold out but spectators are welcome, but a friendly reminder to parents… No kids under 14 are allowed. The mudd site is at Rio Bravo and Second Street … Play begins at 9.