Advertisement
 
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Amsterdam, NY ,

Opinions

500 Items Found

Displaying Items 1-25

Advertisement

Columnists

Kevin Mattison

KEVIN MATTISON

Kevin is the Executive Editor of the Recorder, and you can contact him at kmattison@recordernews.com. You may also read his blog - featuring columns both old and new - at Mattison's Avenue Blog.

Marianne Friers

MARIANNE FRIERS

Fultonville dairy farmer Marianne Friers is a regular columnist. She blogs at northviewdiary.blogspot.com.




Don Williams

DON WILLIAMS

Don was born and raised in the Adirondacks. He is a retired Gloversville school principal and magazine writer. He lives in Gloversville.

Sports

Content Image

Belichick on deflated balls: 'We try to do everything right'

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Saying his team "followed every rule to the letter," New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick described in detail how his team prepares its footballs on game day and defended his players from chatter that they made it ...
Content Image

Amsterdam girls connect on 28 free throws in 63-54 win

By ADAM SHINDER @RecorderShinder TOWN OF AMSTERDAM -- Amsterdam sophomore Nina Fedullo missed her first two free throws of Friday's girls basketball game against the Queensbury Lady Spartans. Her next 14 were perfect, and the Lady Rams needed every l ...

Bergh and Druziak lift AHS past Queensbury

QUEENSBURY -- The Amsterdam Running Rams started fast, and the Queensbury Spartans were never quite able to keep up. Kory Bergh matched a season high with 25 points, Andrew Druziak chipped in 18 points and Amsterdam sped its way to 45 points in the ...
Content Image

South Glens Falls pulls away from Broadalbin-Perth, 45-37

BROADALBIN -- Rylee Coon led all scorers with 15 points as South Glens Falls pulled away in the fourth quarter to notch a 45-37 win over Broadalbin-Perth in Foothills Council girls basketball action Friday night. Claiure Carpenter chipped in 11 poi ...

Obituaries

Doris M. Zeidner-Gattman

Doris M. Zeidner-Gattman January 22, 2015 Mrs. Doris M. Zeidner-Gattman, 94, formerly of Lafayette Court,, Palatine Bridge, New York died Thursday, January 22, 2015 at the St. Johnsville Nursing Home. She passed away peacefully with her loving ...

Charles P. Brown

Charles P. Brown January 23, 2015 Charles P. Brown, 74, of Hagaman, New York died peacefully on Friday, January 23, 2015 at St. Mary's Hospital with his family by his side. Born on March 7, 1940 in Fall River, Massachusetts, he was the s ...

Jean C. Sheehan

January 21, 2015 After 93 glorious years on earth, Jean C. Sheehan passed into her loving husband Emerson's arms on January 21, 2015 at St. Mary's Hospital after a brief illness. She was currently residing at the River Ridge Living Center in Am ...

Jordan Rave

January 18, 2015 Jordan Rave, 14, of Fultonville died peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Sunday, January 18, 2015 following a long battle with cancer. Survivors include his mother, Bonnie Rave; his sister Heather Rave; grandparents ...

Entertainment

Content Image

TV makes unequal progress toward diversity

By DAVID BAUDER, LYNN ELBER and FRAZIER MOORE The Associated Press Kenya Barris, creator of ABC's "black-ish," was motivated to write the comedy about an African-American family's efforts to honor its heritage in part by the unreality of what he grew up watching on television. "I saw 'Friends' and 'Seinfeld' and thought, 'What part of New York is this?"' recalled Barris, who is black. "It's not about being diverse. It's about being true to the ...

Jazz greats Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea announce 1st tour in 37 years

NEW YORK (AP) -- Jazz greats Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock share much in common, but the last time they toured together was 37 years ago. The two artists have now announced plans for a 2015 world tour of duo piano concerts, kicking off March 14 in Seattle. Hancock says he's "very excited" about the upcoming tour. He says that he and Corea are "like family without the arguments" with "compatible outlooks on life and music." Their only previous tour ...

In 'The Humbling,' Pacino turns in his best performance in years

By LINDSEY BAHR The Associated Press Al Pacino delivers his best performance in years in "The Humbling," a tragicomic look at a veteran stage and film actor on the edge of a nervous breakdown. That description might seem like an unwelcome invitation for another ham-fisted late-era Pacino bit, but, from the opening shot, it's clear that the infamously over the top actor is trying something different: subtlety. It's just a shame "Birdman" had to ...

Entertainment news in brief

Linkin Park cancels tour as lead singer is injured NEW YORK (AP) -- Linkin Park is canceling the rest of its U.S. tour after its lead singer injured his leg. Chester Bennington says he needs immediate medical attention and it's impossible for him to perform. Benning-ton hasn't said how he injured his leg. Linkin Park's "The Hunting Party" tour kicked off last week. The rock band performed only three concerts. Bennington appeared onstage with crutch ...
Advertisement
The Recorder Sports Schedule

 

The Recorder Newscast

Most Popular

    Police news in brief
    Friday, January 23, 2015

    Brenda J. Brownell Ward
    Monday, January 19, 2015

    Dissecting AHS girls' hot streak
    Monday, January 19, 2015

    Fired dog controller caught off guard
    Tuesday, January 20, 2015

    The president next door
    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    Lady Rams run win streak to 10
    Monday, January 19, 2015

    Snowmobiler dies in Friday accident
    Monday, January 19, 2015

    Mayor gets to keep driving the city car, but with new rules of the road
    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    Mickelson struggles, Adams stars at Humana
    Friday, January 23, 2015

    Popular AHS teacher in line for award
    Monday, January 19, 2015

Advertisement

Copyright © Port Jackson Media

Privacy Policies: The Recorder

Contact Us

Twitter

Instagram

Facebook