Albany , NY – Joe and David speak with book seller Neil from Odessy Books about this week's Book Picks. Get ready to find a cozy chair and read these great books that Neil suggests. For more information, visit www.odessybks.com.
Albany , NY – Joe speaks with journalist Eleanor Clift about her new book, "Two Weeks of Life : A Memoir of Love, Death, and Politics". Clift describes how she came to write this book about her husband's battle with cancer and eventual death during the same time as the Terry Shrivo Life to Live case.
Albany, NY – In this second installment of "It's My Job", Julia meets with Martin Macica, a violin and mandolin maker. Julia learns all about how Macica makes and repairs various string instruments from scratch in his workshop in Schuylerville. Here's what she found. For more information, visit www.macica.com.
Albany, NY – Under the shadow of a faltering national housing market, sales of homes in the Capital Region are likewise slow, but a new survey shows VALUES are up... Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas reports.
Albany, NY – Joe speaks with best selling author, Deepak Chopra about his new book, "The Third Jesus". He looks into a new approach as to who Jesus was and what he can teach us regardless of our religious backgrounds. Chopra believes that there are three Jesuses: the historical, the son of God and the spiritual.
Albany, NY – (Airs: 3/21/08 and 3/22/08) The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: New York State has the first African American Governor, we'll take a look at David Paterson's first week and office and our political observer Alan Chartock will share his analysis, and we'll report on New York and 9 other states plans to hold the first in the nation carbon dioxide allowance auction.
Albany, NY – (AIRS: 3/23/08 & 3/24/08) WAMC's Alan Chartock, Times Union Editor Rex Smith and Kingston Daily Freeman Publisher Ira Fusfeld discuss coverage of the Iraq war, New York's new governor David Paterson tries to head off the media with news of his extra marital affairs, your letters and much more.
Albany, NY – The New York Times reports that Republican political consultant Roger Stone - self-described as the sleaziest man in politics - says his lawyers wrote a letter to the FBI in November stating that Eliot Spitzer had patronized high-priced prostitutes during trips to Florida. WAMC's David Guistina has reaction from our political observer Alan Chartock.