August 01, 2023

HMM 07 – 31 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with our Roaming Labor correspondent Willie Terry talking with Mark Emanation, executive director of the Capital District Area Labor Federation.

Then, Mark Dunlea reports on an action by local environmental groups to push the federal Environmental Protection Agency to ban vinyl chloride, a toxic substance used in PVC pipes.

Later on, Marsha Lazarus brings us part two of her interview with Claire Nolan about her one-woman shows highlighting women in history.

After that, we hear from Cheryl McKeon of the Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza about new novels that show various perspectives on World War II.

Finally, we talk once again with retired National Weather Service meteorologist Hugh Johnson for a look back at July’s weather, and a look forward to this week’s forecast.

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