March 08, 2024

HMM 03 – 07 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Sina Basila Hickey spoke with students at Skidmore College who are working on their Capstone project to make green spaces more available to Albany residents.

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry covers the Mass Poor People’s State of the State Assembly that was on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at the First Presbyterian Church.

Later on, H Bosh Jr speaks with Kevin Pryor, who was appointed by Mayor Carmella Montello as Troy’s first African American Diversity Inclusion Outreach Director.

After that, Elizabeth “EP” Press was at the public forum regarding the closing of the Burdett Birth Center, where health officials from St. Peter’s Health Partners explained the planned closure of Burdett Birth Center and Assemblymember John T. McDonald III read a letter from several local elected officials and why they oppose the closure.

Finally, KP Holler sat down with Co-directors Casey Polomaine and Aaron Holbritter from Creative License, a boutique theatre company based at the Cohoes Music Hall, to discuss “Afterlife: a Ghost Story.”

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