March 12, 2024

HMM 03 – 12 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Mark Dunlea talks with Anne Rabe of the New York Public Interest Research Group about the differences in climate-related aspects of the budgets proposed by the New York Assembly and the New York Senate.

After that, we have a preview of the upcoming Art Omi exhibition, “Even in Arcadia…” by artist Olalekan Jeyifous.

Then, local actor, director, and playwright Aaron Moore joins us to discuss the theater production he wrote to commemorate local anti-racist activist Shiray Archie, known as Archie, who died last year.

Later on, Brad Monkel interviews comedian Dan Geurin about the Albany comedy scene.

Finally, Thom Frances brings us another poetry segment, this time spotlighting Melody Davis from the Poets Speak Loud stage.

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