Albany, NY – Julia speaks with Guggenheim curator, Nancy Spector, about the deceased artist Felix Gonzalez Torres' exhibition in the Williams College Museum of Art. Torres died of AIDS in 1994, but his work that often represents love and relationships continue to be displayed throughout the country.
For images of Torres' work, follow these links: http://www.wcma.org/press/07/Big_Images/07_Felix_Gonzalez_Torres/FGT_Installed_3.jpg
Ulster County, NY – The people involved say it's teh beginning of the energy revolution in New York State. The Solar Energy Consortium signed an agreement with its first commercial partner today. Susan Barnett reports.
Lenox, MA – Trying to stave off foreclosure, The Mount, in Lenox, Massachusetts has raised $100,000 in the past week. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, has the details of its attempt to raise $3 million to keep author Edith Wharton's historic estate and gardens open to the public;
Albany, NY – Host Alan Chartock is joined by New York State Health Commissioner Richard Daines, M.D. Commissioner Daines talks about the effort to reduce youth smoking by pressuring movie studios to eliminate smoking in movies rated for younger audiences. They'll also discuss the health care reforms proposed in Governor Spitzer's executive budget. Alan and Commissioner Daines also talk about what you can do to help combat the flu and what the state is doing to encourage doctors to practice in underserved areas.