Capitol Pressroom

Oct. 9, 2015: Jon Lentz, Jimmy Vielkind and Matt Hamilton, Sheryl WuDunn and Kate Breslin, “Drums Along the Mohawk”

Ashley Hupfl, a reporter with City & State, shares this week’s Winners and Losers.

We highlight at the news of the week with reporters Jimmy Vielkind, Albany Bureau Chief for Politico New York, and Matt Hamilton, Times Union.

Authors Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn inspire social justice activism around the world. They are the featured speakers at the Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy October 29th breakfast, “A Path Appears: A Discussion of Social Interventions that Work,” which is based on Kristof and WuDunn’s book, A Path Appears. This morning, Sheryl WuDunn, and Kate Breslin, President and CEO of the Schuyler Center, discuss the upcoming breakfast.

Kyle Jenks, a producer and entrepreneur, is on a mission to increase cultural tourism in Central New York. To share the area’s Revolutionary War heritage, Jenks produced the outdoor drama, Drums Along the Mohawk, by Walter D. Edmonds, this August. He explains his goal of creating greater appreciation of the Mohawk Valley’s role in America’s fight for independence.

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