Arts & Culture

Hudson, NY – Marilyn Barry, President of the Board of Directors for the Columbia County Council on the Arts joins the Tablers at Olana.

Hudson, NY – Joe, Alan, and Sarah learn a thing or two about the Hudson River's importance in the Revolutionary War from Colonel James Johnson.

Hudson, NY – The Tablers are joined by Linda McLean, Director of the Olana State Historic Site; Sara Griffen, President of the Olana Partnership; and Winthrop Aldrich, Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation for the State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation.

Albany, NY – Sarah LaDuke takes an audio tour of the New Netherland Museum's reproduction of Henry Hudson's ship, The Half Moon.

Hudson, NY – WAMC's Hudson Valley Bureau Chief brings us this feature on the history of Hudson, NY as a Port City.

New York City, New York – Professor Kenneth Jackson joins Joe, Alan, and Sarah to speak about the Encyclopedia of New York City.

New York City, New York – Edward Goodman joins the Tablers to talk about "The Hudson Valley Reader" and what famous authors were inspired by the river.

New York City, New York – Sarah speaks with Professor Owen Gutfreund about the transportation infrastructure of New York City.

New York City, New York – Louise Mirrer is the President and CEO of the New-York Historical Society. She joins the Tablers to talk about the museum and its work.

New York City, New York – Ben Brantley is swell, he is great, and he's on The Roundtable with Joe, Alan, and Sarah.