October 28, 2022

HMM 10 – 28 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with NAMI talking about suicide awareness as well as their upcoming conference which includes the event Off The Mask about taking off mental health stigma.

Then, Lukee Forbes talks about the upcoming Troy For Clean Slate Town Hall and what the Clean Slate Act is.

Later on, we hear about how marriage risks disability support from the perspective of a local resident.

After that, theatre director Jay Stull talks about the upcoming music event from Salon Séance: “The End of Time.”

Finally, Leigh Strimbeck tells us about intimacy choreography, a recent addition to many theater spaces.

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