September 17, 2019

HMM 09 – 16 – 19

Today, we have an interview with climatologist Rick Thoman from Fairbanks, Alaska

Then, a new episode of Schenectady Today with Ann Parillo about the Albany Civic Theater’s production of “The Heiress.”

And later on, we hear Adam Tinkle tell us about “Feel Me”, a multi-sensory art exhibition that will be running until October 12th at Collar Works on River Street in Troy.

After that, Willie Terry brings us the sights sounds and tastes from the “Albany Vegan Festival” that happened on Sunday, September 8, at the Albany Capital Center.

Finally, a live interview with Sandy Steubing and Mark Dunlea of PAUSE, People of Albany United for Safe Energy. But first, here are some headlines.

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