January 26, 2024

HMM 01 – 25 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Mark Dunlea takes us to the State Capitol covering issues of the Renewable Heat Now campaign and parole reform.

Then, Willie Terry brings us excerpts of guest speaker Dr. Jennifer Burns, Professor of Africana Studies at UAlbany, from the League of Women Voters of Rensselaer County Annual Winter Meeting.

Later on, Elizabeth (EP) Press speaks with Joseph’s House & Shelter’s Executive Director Amy LaFountain about her work providing support services to homeless and formerly homeless people.

After that, Andrea Cunliffe speaks with Carl J. Sprague whose work on well known films is being exhibited in “Setting the Stage” at Opalka Gallery.

Finally, the DIY arts and culture space Studio Troy is celebrating one year this Saturday, and Carolyn Tennant brings us the story.

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