July 08, 2021

HMM 07 – 08 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with an update on the Albany Common Council’s ongoing discussion of how to handle the annual Holiday Lights exhibit, currently in Washington Park.
Then, we have part 2 of “Solidarity Notes” with Willie Terry and Fred Pfeiffer.
Later on, for “Tonko Tuesday,” we hear from U.S. Representative Paul Tonko and environmental activist Joe Ritchie about the proposed “Clean Future Act.”
After that, co-host Jody Cowan interviews radio personality “DJ Hollywood” live from Albany’s South End Night Market.
Finally, we hear about an upcoming open air production of Shakespeare in the Park.

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