Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)



GINGER DISHONGH has opened an office for acupuncture and herbal consultation at Cascade Gardens Spa and Wellness Center in Scottsdale Village, 3107 Eubank NE, Suite 1.

Dishongh is a graduate of the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Albuquerque and has more than 20 years of experience in Western medicine as a registered nurse. She specializes in acute and chronic pain treatment as well as anxiety, depression and insomnia.

Free consultations are available.

WOMEN'S WELLNESS FITNESS AND LIFESTYLE CENTER of Rio Rancho has expanded to Albuquerque. In February, owner and director Cynthia Sparks purchased Women's Total Fitness at 821 Juan Tabo NE. The Eastside club is operating under its new name and offers the same services as the Westside club.

2ND TO SUN is a new tanning salon at 8100 Wyoming NE in the La Cueva Town Center.

The family business is owned and operated by Robin and Jack Kelly and their children, John and Jennifer. The salon was designed by architect William Klienschmidt with construction by Tony Story of Albuquerque Builders.

The curves, colors, fish tanks, fountains and crystals enhance positive Chi and the elements of Feng Shui, the owners said.

Change of Address

THE CAJUN KITCHEN will relocate to 4500 Osuna NE, Suite 155, at the Presidential Plaza west of Interstate 25, as of Tuesday.

The new spot features patio seating. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday; dinner from 5:30-8:30 Tuesday-Thursday and 5:30-9:30 Friday and Saturday.

Bulletin Board

BUSTER SIMPSON is tonight's speaker at the UNM School of Architecture and Planning's John Gaw Meem lecture series. His topic, "Making Place, Making Art and Honing an Edge to Civic Projects," will focus on art for public spaces and includes a slide show.

Simpson is a resident of Seattle and is known for public artworks in Los Angeles, Vancouver, Miami, Portland and Denver Airport. …

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