Albany, NY – Jane's Ice Cream has been a staple of New York from Albany to Manhattan since 1987. Amy Keller, Jane Keller and Bob Guidabaldie sit on the board of directors for the ice cream shop. They speak with Joe Donahue and Julia Taylor during this interview on The Roundtable.
Albany, NY – Lawrence Wittner is a professor of history with the University at Albany, and written extensively on world peace and foreign policy. His particular academic focus, among other topics, includes nuclear arms and disarmament. In this interview on The Roundtable Lawrence Wittner talks about his new book: Peace Action, Past, Present, and Future.
Albany, NY – Michael Belfiore is a freelance writer that has written extensively on science and technology. His works have appeared in Popular Science and wired.com. In 2007 he published a book call Rocketeers, which chronicles the development of space vehicles by private individuals and companies. Michael Belfiore talks about his book in this interview on The Roundtable.
Albany, NY – Nancy Dunlop is a professor of humanities at State University of New York at Albany. In this essay she explores being a young child growing up in the turbulent 1960s, and listening to the Beatles.
Albany, NY – Tim Kavanaugh is an independent film producer, and submitted the winning entry to get Springfield, Vermont chosen as the hometown of The Simpsons. Tim Kavanaugh speaks with Julia Taylor in this interview.
Albany, NY – It's the maiden voyage of the Roundtable Reads book club discussion. Margie Skinner (of The Bookhouse) and Selma Kaplan join Joe and Julia to discuss A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini.