August 15, 2023

HMM 08 – 15 – 2023

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

At the Albany Common Council meeting on Monday, August 7 council members discussed recent complaints about Albany Police Departments’ obstruction of their investigations. Moses Nagel reports.

Then, at a recent Green Party webinar on climate and agriculture. Mark Dunela focuses on the remarks of Liz Henderson of NOFA (Northeast Organic Farm Association), who discusses the need to build healthy soils and reforms needed in the pending Farm Bill.

Later on, HMM Correspondent Dulcinia Diggs speaks with Rachel Anne, a model, actress and now kitty shop owner. Rachel goes into detail about what convinced her to open this special place.

After that, We Talk with Robilee Mcintyre and Don Rittner about the Troy Burden Iron Work.

Finally, Thom Francis introduces us to Poetic License – Albany, a joint project of the Hudson Valley Writers Guild and Upstate Artists Guild that brings together regional poets and visual artists.

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