Matt welcomes Kate Austin-Avon and Don Donofrio, two friends who decided that the way we eat is, by and large, terribly unhealthy, and have taken measures to ensure that their food intake has been altered radically.
Jim Scott welcomes town of Chester Supervisor Fred Monroe who has announced that he will not seek re-election this year and Sue Ford welcomes the Little Theater on the Farm’s Linda Hermans and John Muller to talk about the Little ...
Host Greg Chanese welcomes John O’Brien from the O’Brien Insurance Agency.
Matt talks with everyman John about multiple topics including Mother’s day and Bernie Sanders.
Jim Scott talks with Amanda West Prevention Director from the Council for Prevention in Hudson Falls and Sue Fords welcomes members of the Glens Falls Community Theater’s Senior Seminar to talk about their uncoming 11th show, “What a Wonderful World”.
In this show Matt talks with Ted Berndt who is an MBA who owns an indoor grow operation in upstate New York and is only weeks away from being legally licensed to grow and dispense medical marijuana.
Jim Scott chats with the Glens Falls Business and Tourism Director Amy Collins about upcoming events in the city and Sue Ford welcomes Jay Kerr from the Fort Salem Theater to discuss the 2015 summer season at the theater.
Host Greg Chanese talks with Pat Mannix about the upcoming ARCC Spring Golf Classic.
Matt talks Aaron Pacitti, from the Economics Department of Siena College about the concept of a “living wage”.
Jim Scott talks with the Executive Director of the Adirondack/Saratoga Branch of the American Red Cross, Gary Ferris and Sue Ford speaks with Chapman Historical Museum Educator, Kim Harvish about a new Oral History Porject at the Chapman, “Women at ...