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(clockwise from top left) Catholic Workers Diana Conroy and Fred Boehrer showed what living a truly Christian life is all about, challenging many assumptions about needs and wants along the way; WRPI radio host Dennis Karius was taken off the air after the stationís executive committee got caught up in the recent copyright hysteria; the question of how to best use the power generated by Cohoes Falls pitted an environmentalist against an engineer, Albany Engineering Corporation president Jim Besha, but the two took unexpected sides in the battle; even when his little restaurant was silent, neighbors still complained about the noise, argued Evril Clayton, owner of Claytonís Caribbean and Spanish Cuisine in Albany; when Robert Millman tried to buy airtime on conservative radio station WGY-AM 810, he was told that there wasnít a place for his progressive politics on the stationís airwaves.

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Teri Currie


Chris Shields


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