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Previous TMI Podcasts

May 4, 2016
Stephen Kaye: Zephyr Teachout, a political newcomer, was interviewed in Amenia, and has an excellent grasp of the issues, and is taking an innovative approach to campaigning.
Carola Lott: Developments with the Kent Presents New Ideas Festival.
April 27, 2016
Antonia Shoumatoff: Controversy surrounding the Amenia Town Hall's ancient heating system. The proposal is for a replacement oil-fired hot water system, at tremendous expense.
Stephen Kaye: Earth Day came and went, and was underreported in Mass Media, which is emblematic of exposure given to Environmental concerns. The possible end of the Inhabitable Era on Earth.
April 13, 2016
Stephen Kaye: The 19th Congressional District candidates are being interviewed for publication. John Faso wants to address the problem of Counties having to share Medicaid costs.
Carola Lott: Two women who are graduates of Hotchkiss School have an exhbition, "Recursive Threads". There is an exhibition of photographs in the chapel of the Millbrook School of exotic foreign contries by Dan Meade and Sally Eagle.
March 30, 2016
Antonia Shoumatoff: Sustainability expert Pam Peeters barely escaped harm returning from Brussels.
Carola Lott: Van Dyck exhibition at the Frick. Van Dyck was the foremost portrait painter of his day.
March 23, 2016
Stephen Kaye: More about obscure burning regulations.
Carola Lott: Architectural changes to the Metropolitan, and a gallery of unfinished paintings.
March 16, 2016
Stephen Kaye: Discussion of whether a new Duchess County Jail is necessary. A trend is to study why people end up in jails. The Silo Ridge project has now received all of its permits. Construction has started on a scenic turnout for Delavergne Hill.