July 12, 2022

HMM 07 – 12 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Dan Shapley of Riverkeeper talking about the swimming conditions in the Hudson River.

Then, Corinne Carey speaks with Professor Bonventre of Albany Law School about the increasingly blurred lines between church and state in the US Supreme Court decisions.

After that, Brea Barthel heads to the Troy Public Library for some summer reading suggestions for adults.

Finally, we go into our archives for a Food Diary story from 2019 in which Amy Halloran speaks with historian Justin Nordstrom.

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