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Lost Speedways presentation on tap today in Saratoga Springs

By THOMAS COUGHLIN For The Recorder Today is the annual Lost Speedways presentation at the Saratoga Automobile Museum located at 110 Avenue of the Pines in Saratoga Springs. There are always a number of presenters and topics and it is great way to as ...
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Stanavich brothers, Derby honored as area's best

By ADAM SHINDER @RecorderShinder The 2015 high school football season was one of the area's most exciting in several years, highlighted by the Amsterdam Rugged Rams becoming the first local team since 2005 to claim a Section II championship. As anoth ...

Late push lifts Orange

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) -- Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim doesn't hand out compliments lightly. He gave his team a big one after their performance in the Battle 4 Atlantis championship game. "This was a great tournament for us. I don't think ...

Knicks stumble at MSG

NEW YORK (AP) -- Gerald Green scored a season-high 25 points while starting in place of Luol Deng, and the Miami Heat beat New York 97-78 on Friday night for their second victory over the Knicks this week. Chris Bosh added 20 points and Dwyane Wade ...


Eugene Heinz Wagner Sr.

November 24, 2015 Mr. Eugene Heinz Wagner Sr., 80, passed away on the evening of Nov. 24 at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. He was born on Oct. 30, in Grossachsenheim, a small village in the district of Ludwigsburg, Germany, to the lat ...

Mario J. Greco, Sr.

November 25, 2015 Mario J. Greco, Sr., 91, of Hillcrest Spring, Route. 30N, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 25, at St. Mary's Hospital in Amsterdam with his loving family at his bedside. Born Feb. 5, 1924 in Amsterdam, he was the son of the late A ...

Dorothy Jordan

November 27, 2015 Dorothy Jordan passed away Friday, Nov. 27, after a brief illness. Born in Amsterdam on Feb. 17, 1923, as the daughter of Anthony and Pearl Ratajczak. She was a life-long communicant of St. Stanislaus church. Dorothy reti ...

Benedict "B.J." E. Jacobs

November 25, 2015 Benedict "B.J." E. Jacobs, 37, of Ridge Road, Glenville, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Ellis Hospital, Schenectady. Born on April 14, 1978 in Amsterdam, Ben was the son of Benedict M. and Rose Mary Kokocki Jaco ...


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Yo Rocky! Gritty, soulful 'Creed' goes the distance

By JOCELYN NOVECK The Associated Press Admit it. When you heard another "Rocky" movie was coming out -- a seventh -- you thought, really? How many "Rocky" movies do we need? Well, it turns out we needed seven. At least. From its very beginning in 1976, the "Rocky" story has been about proving you belong in the ring -- not winning, necessarily, but showing you have the cred to be there in the first place. That's why Rocky told Adrian: "All I wanna do is go ...

New on DVD this week

By Rick Bentley The Fresno Bee The Nov. 24 DVD releases go from animated antics to armed conflict. "Shaun the Sheep Movie," (3 1/2 stars): Shaun the Sheep has gone from a sheepish supporting player to wild and woolly movie star. While his acting might try to pull the wool over our eyes, his work is a flocking good time. The animated character was introduced in 1995 in the Nick Park "Wallace & Gromit" stop-action short film, "A Close Shave." ...

Los Angeles Times Movie Guide

OPENING THIS WEEK "The Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats Its Young" -- Documentary on a quirky endurance race -- modeled after James Earl Ray's failed prison escape -- that has seen only 10 finishers in 25 years. Directed by Annika Iltis and Timothy Kane. (1:29) NR. "The Black Dove" -- Released after 18 years in prison, a country music star battles his demons as he searches for his legendary Gibson guitar. With John Savage, Sean Young, Mia Caporale ...
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Pixar's trippy 'Good Dinosaur' stumbles

By JAKE COYLE The Associated Press "The Good Dinosaur" is Pixar's most trippy and tripped-up film: a wayward tale, uncertain of its steps, about a Gumby-green young dinosaur lost in prehistoric forests that are rendered in lushly sensory detail and populated by bug-eyed animations. Any animated movie worth its salt usually has something hallucinogenic about it. More often than not, Pixar has honored that tradition, whether in the day-glow head tr ...
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