February 19, 2022

HMM 02 – 18 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea discussing covid relief funds to resolve rent arrears.
Then, Elizabeth Press spoke with Saratoga Springs Public Safety Commissioner about the draft report to understand the Daryl Mount incident.
Later on, Garrett McCarey speaks with with Joseph Dalton about how the Arts have been affected by the pandemic, and Black Lives Matter and #MeToo movements.
After that, Troy Prep High School’s Media Club presents another Youth News break.
Finally, we hear Myriam Beutelspacher, one of the artists participating in the upcoming Digital Altar event on March 3.

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