Albany, NY – Julia and David speak with the director of the Poughkeepsie Day School James Earl Jones Theatre, Margot Whitcomb, about the play, "The Yellow Boat". Writer David Sore wrote this play to commemorate the death of his son Benjamin, who died of AIDS.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with former San Fransisco mayor, Willie Brown, about his new book, "Basic Brown: My Life and Our Times". This book explores a personal view inside public policy making from this powerful politician.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with author, Michael Beschloss, about his book, "Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America 1789- 1989". This leading presidential historian talks about past and present presidential politics.
Albany, NY – The controversial project to run a 200 mile long power line through central New York is now projected to cost more than two billion dollars. Yet the developer claims it will still lower electricity costs. Susan Barnett reports.
Kingston, NY – It could be seen as a court-ordered compromise. A state supreme court has approved an agreement between teh city of Kingston and an agency serving the area's gay and lesbian population that settles an argument over property taxes. Susan Barnett reports.
Montpelier, VT – The Clinton Presidential campaign unveiled their Vermont campaign Wednesday. A former governor and the current speaker of the Vermont House will co-chair the effort to get voter support for Hillary Clinton. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.