September 29, 2023

HMM 09 – 29 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s coverage of the Compassionate Coalition Grocery coming to North Troy.

After that, we talk about this fall season. Meg Kelly does a vox pop segment on the Siena College campus, asking about autumn and climate change.

Then, Fehu Farm tells us about the fall season in terms of pagan rituals.

Later on, we replay Corinne Carey’s interview with Naomi Edmondson about death and dying.

Finally, we look ahead to an artist coming to the Sanctuary and then EMPAC in late October with her “Ilopango, the Volcano That Left” sculpture, Beatriz Cortez.

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