May 29, 2024

HMM 05 – 28 – 2024

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,

First, we’ll listen to Part 2 of Mark Dunlea’s conversation with Troy City Mayor Carmela Mantello. We will learn about her positions on public safety, finding a new City Hall, replacing lead pipes, and the county’s new drug dealer registry.

Then, Marsha Lazrus talks with Trish Ford, an Albany Voices of Pride singer and board member, to learn more about the choir and upcoming concerts in celebration of Pride Month.

Later on, we hear from EMPAC curator Katherine Adams about her field and upcoming collaboration with the Sanctuary to bring Indigiqueer media artist Theo Jean Cuthand to Troy.

After that, Brad Monkell highlights comedian Dee Bellinger.

Finally, Thom Francis welcomes poet Anne Gotham from her showcase at the 2024 Word Fest Open Mic.

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