May 21, 2024

HMM 05 – 20 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We start off with Mark Dunlea talking with investigative reporter Karl Grossman about the renewed push for nuclear power in New York, California, and elsewhere.

Then, Moses Nagel interviews Nairobi Vives, head of Albany’s Community Police Review Board, about the Board’s status and the upcoming deadline to implement changes required by a local referendum.

After that, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us for our weekly chat on weather and climate, this time focusing on the upcoming warm weather.

Later on, Rainer Posselt, who was at the Sanctuary for a “Mental Health and Activism” Residency, reflects on his experience working with local youth.

And we end with hearing from Carol Roberts, head of young people’s services at Troy Public Library, about upcoming events including making plant-powered musical instruments.

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