April 20, 2022

HMM 04 – 20 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

We begin with an update on the effort to shut down the Norlite hazardous waste incinerator.

Then, for our peace bucket, we focus on the relationship between war and climate change.

Later on, Andrea Cunliffe speaks with Kristoph DeMaria about the return of Will Kemp’s Players Shakespeare’s Season with Humor and Horror.

After that, Corinne Carey gets the scoop on the Foraged Food Festival coming to Troy May 25 to 28.

Finally, we talk to Kim Kelly about her new book “Fight Like Hell” on the history of the labor movement.

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