HMM 02 – 09 – 21
This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy and WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY with Elena McGrath and Jody Cowan.
Tonight, Bobbi Wilding, the new Executive Director of Clean and Healthy NY talks to Mark Dunlea.
Then Part 2 of Catherine Rafferty’s conversation with John Garver, professor of geology at Union College and author of the newsletter Notes from a Watershed.
And later on, Mark Toohey on the Ammunition Plant’s history; its impact on him, his family, and his community.
After that, Katherine Ambrosio’s first novel “House on Sutherland Avenue” is set in the 1950’s Saint Louis. She speaks with HMM’s Andrea Cunliffe about how she’s coping and creating during the Pandemic with writing Novels and making Films.
Finally, Lastly, we have HMM Correspondent Erika D Diggs speaking with Nora Cripe, a trained singer, actress and model.