February 09, 2022

HMM 02 – 08 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Corinne Carey speaking with Troy City Council President Carmella Mantello about using remaining federal COVID relief funds.
Then, it’s a play called “Hurricane Diane,” a hilarious look at the blind eye we turn to climate change, with performances starting next week in Albany. Mark Dunlea spoke with Director Patrick White.
Later on, Shirley Chen speaks with NYU graduate Jason about how you might celebrate the Chinese New Year if you’re stuck in the US and can’t get back to China to be with your family.
And finally, meteorologist Hugh Johnson will be spoke with us about the “sleet bomb” and the Winter Olympics.

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