Albany, NY – It doesn't seem like it's been that long since Lady Diana waltzed down the aisle to marry her Prince Charles. But believe it or not, it will be 25 years this week. Essayist Judy Polan reflects on the subtle innocence of those magical days.
Judy Polan, the musician formerly known as "New England's Folk-Glitter Queen," is an award-winning writer who will soon be writing for Berkshire Living magazine. Feel free to contact her at judypolan.com
Albany, NY – Connecticut's Rob Simmons joins Alan Chartock in the Congressional Corner to discuss the the situation in Lebanon, a recent terrorism conference in Toronto, and raising the domestic minimum wage.
Albany, NY – Congressional Quarterly's David Hawkings joins Alan Chartock in the Congressional Corner to discuss the 2006 elections, Connecticut's Rob Lieberman, and who might be the 2008 presidential nominees.
Albany, NY – Jayne Williams is the author of Slow Fat Triathlete. After earning a degree in Russian literature at Harvard and organizing white-water rafting expeditions in Siberia, she launched her dream of becoming a triathlete at the age of 35, weighing over 260 pounds. Her book encourages anyone who thinks they are too out of shape or undisciplined to become an athlete to get off the couch and give it a try.
Albany, NY – New York's John McHugh joins Alan Chartock in the Congressional Corner to discuss human trafficking, a proposal for a high voltage utility line in Central New York, and whether or not passports should be required to cross the Canadian border.