Wednesday, June 19 on Style Show: links and Asian Cuisine

June 19th, 2013 at 10:32 am by under 2 KASA Style

Quote of the Day

“Woman have to harness their power, it’s absolutely true. It’s just learning not to take the first no. And if you can’t go straight ahead, you go around the corner.” -Cher

On New Mexico Style

Owner of Bosque Running Shop, Likhaya Dayile, joined us on the show to talk about some important details everyone should know about running shoes and accessories.

Emilie and her mother Michal Sommers joined us on the show to talk about Emilie winning a national gold medal at the Scholastic Art and writing awards, and also about their mother-daughter art exhibit now showing at One Civic Plaza.

Isotopes Community Relations Manager Kim Stoebick joined us on the show to talk about the Isotopes Youth Skills Clinic where kids can learn from the pros.

Chef Danny Smith from Street Food Asia joined us in our Builders Source Kitchen to talk about their Lobster done 16 different ways and they also cooked up some delicious Asian cuisine.

In the Community

Two airlines serving the Albuquerque Sunport are among the top airlines getting high marks for customer satisfaction. Jet blue got the highest ranking among national carriers scoring an 83 out of 100 points. The Sunport’s busiest airline – Southwest – got the second highest score of 81.

We also want to let you know that the Albuquerque Police Department is holding a water drive for the village of Magdalena where the well has gone dry and there is a severe water shortage. The drive, which runs through tomorrow night, will collect bottles and jugs of water at the prisoner transport center located at 4th and Roma. The donated water will be delivered to Magdalena on Friday morning.

Links –Isotopes Youth Camp


Monday, April 22 on Style Show: links and Lobster Feast

April 22nd, 2013 at 11:38 am by under 2 KASA Style

Quote of the Day

“The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.”-Horace Walpole

Monday on New Mexico Style Show

Deanna Sauceda and Maria Grundy joined Nikki to talk about Cuidando Los Ninos, a organization that provides childhood education programs to address the unique needs of homeless children. They are working on a CLN Project where homeless children video record 24hrs of their life.

Jim Cady from the Vortex Theatre, a venue for contemporary and cutting edge theatre, gave some information about the production of “The Front Page”, a madcap comedy, which opens this weekend.

Dave Herndon, Editor-in-Chief of New Mexico Magazine discussed two great unique treasures only found in New Mexico. The magazine featured Chaco Canyon and the Petroglyphs as beautiful destinations in New Mexico.

Street Food Asia cooks up some exotic lobster and talks about their unbelievable Lobster Feast.

In The Community

New Mexicans showed their support for the victims of the Boston bombings on Saturday. The Albuquerque Isotopes set-up a special drive-thru fundraiser just outside the ballpark. Each person who donated to the “Batting For Boston” cause received a voucher good for one free homegame ticket. Money raised will go directly to “The One Fund Boston” group.

The Abq Biopark has a new beautiful giraffe. June the giraffe had a baby on Saturday morning. Te newborn was on it’s feet and walking within forty minutes.

The backyard beekeeping workshop kicked off this weekend at the Albuquerque open space visitor center. The introductory class taught folks the basics of beekeeping, including how to avoid enduring the wrath of the insects.

The New Mexico Business Coalition has been passing around a petition opposing the new minimum wage… Saying it could actually put people out of a job.