August 23, 2022

HMM 08 – 22 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s interview about how the new restrictions on packages for incarcerated people causes hardships for both inmates and their families.

Then, our roaming labor correspondent Willie Terry reports on the community fair held on August 16th at the Capital District Educationall Opportunity Center (or EOC).

Later on, just in time for Tuesday’s election, Moses Nagel brings us excerpts from a recent debate between House representative Paul Tonko and his Democratic challenger Rastislav Rar.

After that comes my interview with Chloe Whittaker of Troy Public Library on August books and activities for adults.

And we end with Blaise and retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson discussing hurricanes and the week’s weather forecast.

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