With up to two feet of snow predicted for the Hudson Valley, county and state personnel are on high alert and readying their forces.
On-and-off flurries began in portions of the Hudson Valley before 9 this morning while light snow came into view about an hour later. The message from local officials is the same. Get home before dark and get off the roads ahead of the evening commute. Vasil Koleci with the National Weather Service says to expect light snow today.
Joining us this afternoon for Medical Monday is Dr. Dean Limeri. He’s a board-certified primary care physician and Medical Director of Ellis Primary Care. He is also author of Medicine Is a Team Sport: How to Become a Team Player in Your Own Healthcare.
Western Massachusetts is preparing for a winter storm that’s expected to drop two feet of snow, while Connecticut has declared a state of emergency as it is bracing for what forecasters are calling a blizzard.
The world is blowing up. Every day a new blaze seems to ignite: the bloody implosion of Iraq and Syria; the East-West standoff in Ukraine; abducted schoolgirls in northern Nigeria. Is there some thread tying these frightening international security crises together?
In a riveting account that weaves history with fast-moving reportage and insider accounts from the Afghanistan war, Sarah Chayes identifies the unexpected link - corruption - in her book, Thieves of State: Why Corruption Threatens Global Security.
In preparation for our big Master Control re-vamp, we are converting to a new back up power system. Starting at 10pm tonight, WAMC will be going off the air periodically as we work on this. Please note, this disruption is NOT weather related and we will complete this process as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience!
A child of the Rhodesian wars and daughter of two deeply complicated parents, Alexandra Fuller is no stranger to pain. But the disintegration of Fuller’s own marriage leaves her shattered. Looking to pick up the pieces of her life, she finally confronts the tough questions about her past, about the American man she married, and about the family she left behind in Africa.
Fuller’s new memoir is: Leaving Before the Rains Come. It begins with the dreadful first years of the American financial crisis when Fuller’s delicate balance—between American pragmatism and African fatalism, the linchpin of her unorthodox marriage—irrevocably fails.
Recalling her unusual courtship in Zambia—elephant attacks on the first date, sick with malaria on the wedding day—Fuller struggles to understand her younger self as she overcomes her current misfortunes.