A Federal grand jury is expected to consider the fatal shooting of three people outside Jewish community facilities in Kansas this past weekend as a hate crime. The victims were not Jewish, but the shooter, 73-year-old Frazier Glenn Miller, is a known anti-Semite and white supremacist.
Joining us this afternoon for Medical Monday is Dr. Jason Mouzakes, an otolaryngologist with Albany Medical Center. He’s here to answer your questions about ear, nose and throat issues and related topics.
When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie…it’s Food Friday! Whether you’re looking for a good slice or you want to toss a whole pie, we have some pizza experts on hand to answer your questions about one of the country’s favorite foods. Paul Masiero of Baba Louie’s Pizza in Pittsfield, Great Barrington and Hudson joins us, as well as Rocco DeFazio of DeFazio’s Pizzeria in Troy.
Whether you’re flipping a house or finally getting around to updating that kitchen of yours, home improvement projects can be daunting. But don’t worry, professional engineer and construction specialist Darren Tracy is here with us today to answer your questions large and small about your next home improvement project.
The notion that the elderly should be able to live out their lives in their own homes rather than be forced into assisted-living facilities is part of a growing movement called Aging in Place. In the studio today are two driving forces of that movement in the Hudson Valley, Karl DeKeukelaere of Hudson Valley Home Matters and Nina Lynch of Rhinebeck at Home.
Wouldn’t it be great if your kids could make you dinner? Terrapin Restaurant Chef Josh Kroner and Mamatoga Magazine Editor Jenny Witte join us in the studio on Food Friday to talk about fun and unique ways to cook with children, and how to engage them in the culinary process.
We’re fresh off opening day for Major League Baseball, smack in the middle of a bracket-busting NCAA tourney and we may have witnessed history with a decision to allow college football players to unionize. Here with us to talk it through is our very own sports commentator and Marist College Center for Sports Communication Director Keith Strudler.