October 25, 2022

HMM 10 – 25 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s interview with Larry Sharpe, the Libertarian candidate for governor.

Then, HVCC basketball coach Michael E. Long talks to Jacob Boston about the impact sport have on communities.

Later on, we hear about Troy Foundry Theater’s first musical, billed as a “love letter” to Troy, that opens this week.

After that, FOCUS Lab Artist-in-residence Jack Magai tells us about his upcoming interactive shoreline performance piece called “The New Island Project.”

Finally, Thom Frances showcases the work of poet Rebecca Schumejda in this week’s poetry showcase.

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