WAMC’s Alan Chartock speaks with newly re-elected New York State Republican Party Chairman Ed Cox.
An encore airing of a July 2013 In Conversation interview between WAMC’s Alan Chartock and Williams College Professor, Scholar and Author Susan Dunn about her new book 1940: FDR, Willkie, Lindbergh, Hitler — The Election Amid the Storm.
On this week’s 51%, we meet a 12-year-old boxing champion. Then we tune into two stories about love, one takes shape as a course in college, the other, under fear of deportation. A 12-year-old girl recently was named “Citizen of the Month” in Albany County, New York. 51%’s Dave Lucas tell us how Jadah Robinson […][Continue reading...] about #1469: Honoring A Young Boxing Champ And Love Amid Fear Of Deportation
Salman Rushdie is best known for his novels Midnight’s Children and The Satanic Verses, among others. While those take place in India and the United Kingdom, his latest, The Golden House, is set in New York City against the backdrop of modern politics from Obama to Trump. This episode features our new theme music – Josh Ritter’s “Joy to […][Continue reading...] about #1522 – Salman Rushdie
Laura Hill: Laura shares a unique perspective on travel, telling her short story about traveling throughout Italy and the Munich airport with her physically handicapped partner and two adult children.[Continue reading...] about Step By Step | Laura Hill
On this episode of Food Friday: Leftovers we talk pop-up restaurants with Capital Region chefs Josh Coletto and Michael Lapi.[Continue reading...] about 063 Josh Coletto and Michael Lapi | Pop-Up Restaurants