On this episode, we talk to University of Vermont Professor Catherine Donnelly all about cheese!
On this week’s 51%, we hear about proposed legislation in New York to require hotels to train employees to recognize human trafficking. And we’ll hear from an advocate of this bill, a child sex trafficking survivor. Plus, a military wife turns full-time caregiver but who’s helping the caregiver?
On this week’s Media Project, Rex, Ira and Judy talk about the death of Roger Ailes, Former FBI Director Comey’s memo which says President Trump complained about the media and wanted Comey to ‘lock them up’ for leaking classified information, Trump’s national security adviser taking on the Washington Post’s anonymous sources, and much more.[Continue reading...] about #1355: The Death Of Roger Ailes
On this week’s Gazette: Senate Independent Democratic Conference Leader Senator Jeff Klein publically responds to news reports that some of his members received stipends for committee chair positions that they didn’t hold, our political observer Alan Chartock speaks with Daily News Albany Bureau Chief Ken Lovett about the controversy over Lu Lu’s, and supporters from across […][Continue reading...] about #1720: Lawmakers Are Getting Paid For Positions They Don’t Hold
Can technology make us smarter? Well I’m not sure about that, but it can make the things around us smarter. In fact, advances in building techniques and practices, and the addition of custom technology have started a new trend in construction: smart homes. Today on the Best of Our Knowledge, we’ll put on our hard […][Continue reading...] about #1391: “Smart Homes”
WAMC’s Alan Chartock speaks with Ken Lovett, Albany Bureau Chief for the New York Daily News.[Continue reading...] about #1720 – Ken Lovett From The New York Daily News