March 21, 2023

HMM 03 – 20 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with one of the organizers of a national day of action to “tell banks to stop financing fossil fuels” taking place on Tuesday in Albany.

Then, Sina Basila Hickey talks with Capital Streets about their work to create more accessible and sustainable transportation networks.

After that, Brea Barthel chats with Ian Houck from Troy Public Library about books on Korean food, fantasy fiction, and more.

Then, in honor of Women’s History Month, we bring an encore presentation with Rensselaer County historian Kathy Sheehan talking about some of the remarkable women in Rensselaer County’s past.

Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us for our weekly look at climate and weather. Has spring finally sprung? Or will snow still sneak in?

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