September 23, 2022

HMM 09 – 23 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s story with Food And Water Watch on the protests against Manchin’s climate side deal.

Then, Moses Nagel investigates the President of Hudson Valley Community College’s travel budget.

Later on, Future of Small Cities Institute tells us about their upcoming programming including an event on waterfront cities and a film screening.

After that, Arm-of-the-Sea Theater tells Andrea Cunliffe about the show “Dirt: The Secret Life of Soil” that will take place at Freedom Square at the Sanctuary on October 8th.

Finally, Leigh Strimbeck brings us news of the theater world in the region and discusses barriers to making theater accessible for more people.

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