August 30, 2022

HMM 08 – 29 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with a report from Mark Dunlea on major concessions won by tenants at the Capital Crossing housing development in Albany.

After that, we hear from two historians and a Mohawk Bear Clan member during an Indigenous History Roundtable discussion at the recent Waterfall Unity Celebration in Schoharie.

Then, Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Moses Nagel brings us background on harmful algae blooms that are becoming more common in local waterways and throughout the country.

Later on, Sina Basila Hickey explores the world of Dungeons N’ Dragons with Justin Shi.

Finally, we’re joined once again by retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson, to talk about a recent climate conference, the anniversary of Hurricane Irene, and a look at weather in the week ahead.

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