July 28, 2023

HMM 07 – 28 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s story about the mural outside of Doors of Hope thrift shop and food pantry in West Sand Lake that was painted by students with Arts, Letters, and Numbers in reaction to the opioid crisis.

Then, we have Willie Terry’s interview with the Capital District Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) Executive Director, Dr. Denise Fernandez-Pallozzi.

Later on, Garrett McCarey reports on GroupMuse which offers musicians for hire for events.

After that, we visit the pesto making event that took place during Collard City Growers garden hours.

Finally, we revisit an interview with Margaretha Haughwout from two years ago ahead of her event coming up called DE-FENCE: Medicine in the Margins.

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