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Today on today’s Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Larry Rulison of the Times Union about the latest developments in the sentencing of the operator of the company that killed 20 people in 2018 in Schoharie after the brakes of a jerry-rigged limo failed.
Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us an interview from last week’s Latin Festival with Pedro Diaz, founder and President of the Albany Latin Festival Association.
Later on, my roaming co-host H. Bosh, Jr., brings us this week’s episode of Triple E’s–Education, Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, in an interview with last year’s Schenectady School District Teacher of the Year, Rick DeCarr.
After that, just in time for the upcoming Fall Harvest Craft Fair at the Shaker Heritage Society, Brea Barthel talks with Executive Director Johanna Batman about the history of the Shakers.
And finally, we’re joined by Bobbi Wilding, Executive Director of Clean and Healthy NY, to talk about their latest work.