Podcasts: Hudson Mohawk Magazine

he and WOOC correspondent Meghan Marohn discuss music, sound, and the time before complexity when we all just sat on the cosmic shores.

Dr. David Borton “Equality Under the Law: Practical Physics” Pt 3


We are back with physicist and solar boat builder, Dr. David Borton.

We sit down with Susan Meyer to discuss her artistic practice, sculptures that draw inspiration from Buckminster Fullers geodesic domes to Borsch Belt comics.

Collar Works Radio with Susan Meyer Pt 1


We sit down with Susan Meyer to discuss her artistic practice, sculptures that draw …

We're joined by Luke Stoddard Nathan for news and views about goings on in and around the Collar City.

Luke Stoddard Nathan on Troy Letter


We’re joined by Luke Stoddard Nathan for news and views about goings on in …

Leah Penniman’s students at Darrow School, Matthew Lucien & Mark Shen report on their findings on the hudson river.

Darrow School with Matthew Lucien & Mark Shen


Leah Penniman’s students at Darrow School, Matthew Lucien & Mark Shen report on their …

Pharmacists gathered in the state capitol Tuesday, March 5 to demand that legislators reign in this unregulated entity with regulation that would require transparency and accountability.

FixRx


Pharmacy Benefit Managers, a shadowy group of prescription drug intermediaries, effect drug prices at …

DeeDee Halleck on her First Amendment case at the US Supreme Court, Part 2

DeeDee Halleck on First Amendment case with the Supreme Court Pt 2


We speak with Media Actvist DeeDee Halleck about about her First Amendment lawsuit at …

We speak with Diane Nickerson, Founder and Director of Castle Island Bilingual Montessori School.

Dianne Nickerson of Castle Island


We speak with Diane Nickerson, Founder and Director of Castle Island Bilingual Montessori School. …

Advocates and state lawmakers gathered at the state capitol on Monday to support Governor Cuomo's proposed expansion of the bottle bill in the upcoming state budget.

Bottle Bill


Advocates and state lawmakers gathered at the state capitol on Monday to support Governor …

We sat down with Troy Mayor, Patrick Madden, to discuss current issues from parking and potholes in the Sanctuary City debate to recycling in the area.

Troy Mayor Patrick Madden on Current Issues Pt 1


We sat down with Troy Mayor, Patrick Madden, to discuss current issues from parking …

Hudson Art Haus And Collar Works With Lenae Dammarell


Patricia Cestero is the new Property Manager at the Hudson Art Haus. She and …

Emily Obuya

Emilly Obuya on Water Quality and Environmental Justice


NATURE Lab correspondent Kathy High interviews chemistry professor Emilly Obuya from the Sage Colleges …

Taína Asili

Taína Asili on Resiliencia


Hudson Mohawk Magazine correspondent Steve Pierce speaks with Taína Asili about her new album, …

Peter Lesser

Peter Lesser On The Egg


Peter Lesser stops by the Hudson Mohawk Magazine for an update on goings-on at …

We speak with Marie Gavazzi, the President of the Troy Library Board, about grassroots organizations and individual active efforts in the community.

Spirit of the Suffragettes with Marie Gavazzi


We speak with Marie Gavazzi, the President of the Troy Library Board, about grassroots …

Eleanor Stein, Adjunct Professor at Albany Law School provides an overview of the last ten years of significant policy and legal responses to the challenges presented by increasing levels of climate disruption.

Climate Matters with Eleanor Stein Pt 2


Eleanor Stein is back with us again.

This segment provides an overview …

Mark Dunlea of the Green Education and Legal Fund speaks about the Green New Deal at a forum at the Albany Public Library.

Mark Dunlea and the Green New Deal


Mark Dunlea of the Green Education and Legal Fund speaks about the Green New …

WOOC speaks with Tyshaun Goldston of Hittaz Boxing Club.

Tyshaun Goldston of Hittaz Boxing Club


WOOC speaks with Tyshaun Goldston of Hittaz Boxing Club.

Hittaz Boxing Club …

Another segment in our Technology series features Imari Allen talking about her experiences with technology.

Technology Series with Imari Allen


Another segment in our Technology series features Imari Allen talking about her experiences with …

New York State Senator Kevin Parker and State Organizing Director for Citizen Action, Jamaica Miles, speak at the New York State Black and Puerto Rican Legislators Caucus on Feburary 16th about “Black Studies and Black Students Matter” and “Dismantling Systemic Racism in Education”.

Black Studies and Black Students Matter


New York State Senator Kevin Parker and State Organizing Director for Citizen Action, Jamaica …

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Mar. 29
“Resiliencia” with Taína Asili
Apr. 01
“Nature?” Lecture with Bioartist Marta De Menezes
04/01/2019 – 04/03/2019
3-day DIY CRISPR Workshop with bioartist Marta de Menezes

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