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  • Meteorologist Garett Argianas delivers the evening weather forecast for Monday, January 24, 2022.
  • By age 5, Keaton was a star in his family's vaudeville act; he went on to star in and direct silent films, performing jaw-dropping stunts. Slate film critic Dana Stevens profiles Keaton in a new book.
  • Joining us for Medical Monday is urologist Dr. Maria Voznesensky of Capital Region Urology, a practice of St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.
  • With the court already having heard arguments this term on abortion and guns, this case marks yet another politically charged issue that threatens to uproot decades of legal doctrine.
  • The ongoing debate with Russia seems to be escalating as Russia is issuing threats that could be very problematic to the US, Mr. Putin is now threatening to place nuclear missiles near the US which obviously means nuclear submarines off our coasts, and threats of more cyber warfare. Obviously, the US has the capacity to do both of those things in retaliation and, in fact, has nuclear missiles stationed in Europe much closer to Russia’s population centers than currently Russia has available other than through the use of nuclear submarines.
  • Newschannel 13 meteorologist Paul Caiano delivers the Midday Weather Summary for Monday, January 24, 2022.
  • A new series of discussions about the state of the arts in 2022, including issues of equity, programming, audience engagement, funding, and working as independent artists. "Listening to the Field," is online and facilitated by David Andrew Snider, lecturer in the arts administration program at Skidmore College, executive and artistic director of Hubbard Hall, and author of the new professional playbook "Managing Arts Organizations."The series begins Wednesday January 26, and continues on February 16, March 23, and April 6 at 7pm.
  • If you’ve watched any sports or used any social media in recent weeks, you’ve surely noticed that mobile sports betting has come to New York state. One person who knows a lot about sports and sports betting is Craig Carton.
  • In post-American Revolution New York City, Theodosia Burr, a scholar with the skills of a socialite, is all about charming the right people on behalf of her father—Senator Aaron Burr, who is determined to win the office of president in the pivotal election of 1800. Meanwhile, Philip Hamilton, the rakish son of Alexander Hamilton, is all about being charming on behalf of his libido. When the two first meet, it seems the ongoing feud between their politically opposed fathers may be hereditary. But soon, Theodosia and Philip must choose between love and family, desire and loyalty, and preserving the legacy their flawed fathers fought for or creating their own. "Love, Theodosia" by Lori Anne Goldstein is a smart, funny, swoony take on a fiercely intelligent woman with feminist ideas ahead of her time who has long-deserved center stage.
  • The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond. Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, UAlbany Lecturer in Africana Studies Jennifer Burns, political consultant and lobbyist Libby Post, and Albany Law School professor, director of the Immigration Law Clinic Sarah Rogerson.
  • Albany Police say an officer shot a 32-year-old man while responding to a 9-1-1 call early Monday morning.
  • WAMC's Dr. Alan Chartock discusses the mounting fears of a Russian incursion into Ukraine and the United States' potential response and more.
A dancer in the opening scene from Act I of Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly.” Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera
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