Cynthia has combined her interest in the ever evolving new technologies and her passion for politics to create an Internet Radio Talk show that will create a new paradigm in which to inform New Yorkers on what is going on at the State Capital.
Councilman Judd Krasher talks about his Internet Proposal for the City of Albany
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Albany Coounty Republican Chairwomen Christine Benedict explains s why she will not run again for the Albany County Legislature. She will also talk about redistricting in Albany County and the downsizing of the County Legislatur
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On stage Monday evening only ... GROUNDED by George Brant at Capital Repertory Theatre,7:00 PM. Free and open to the public
Drone technology has made the waging of war more mechanized, distanced and detached than ever before. As a kind of response, George Brant’s “Grounded” seeks to illustrate that dropping bombs still involves a very human element. The play’s single character is a U.S. Air Force pilot who after returning from pregnancy leave is reassigned to navigate and deploy drones, which she does from a bunker in the Nevada desert.
Fred Millar, an independent rail safety expert talks, about the safety problems of oil trains
Attorney Cynthia Kouril talks about Gov. Cuomo's email purge
Liz Hitt of the Homeless and Travelers Aid Society talks about homelessness in the city and county of Albany
Zac Holloran talks about his company Twill and his project with the Leukeimia and Lymphoma Society
Greg Bell of People of Albany United for Safe Energy (PAUSE) talks about the latest oil train accidents
Michael Bouldin, blogger for the Albany Project shares his thoughts on NYS Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins being left out of the budget negotiations
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Joe Sullivan former Albany mayoral candidate talks about the Chris Churchill article in the Times Union on homelessness
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