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President’s Day Weekend Winter Festival By Dusten Rader Entertainment Editor

Every year the town of Mayville invites residents from Chautauqua County and beyond to come and enjoy President’s Day Weekend at Lakeside Park. The festival will include sports competitions, contests, food, live entertainment and plenty more to keep the family happy the whole weekend long. The festival begins on Friday, February 17 with a grand opening ceremony. Then the festival continues on Saturday, February 18 from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and runs through Sunday, February 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. One of the most unique aspects of the festival that guests look forward to every year is the Ice Castle built from ice blocks carved out of the lake. The first Ice Castle was built in 1987 and has been built every year since weather permitting. According to Ken Shearer, Chairman of the Board at Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce, there will unfortunately not be an Ice Castle featured at this year’s festival due to the lack of snow and the lake not freezing over. “We’re still going to have our grand opening on Friday night even without the Ice Castle,” said Shearer. “The Snowball Dance on Friday night is a free outdoor dance for teens.” Other events on Friday evening include Webb’s Captain’s Table Wine Tasting and complimentary hors d’oeurves from 6 to 8 p.m. and The Lakeview Hotel will feature musical performers The Porcelain Bus Drivers at 10 p.m.

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The festival continues on to Saturday, starting with the Polar Bear Swim at 12 p.m. The event will benefit the Mayville Food Pantry. If you would like to participate call the Chamber Office at 716-753-3113 for more information. There will also be other sporting events on Saturday that are likely to get festival goers less cold and wet. These include a Broomball Tournament at 10 a.m., Tug of War competition at 1 p.m. and the Snowball Distance Throwing Contest at 2:30 p.m. Plus, Mike Kingsley of Evergreen Outfitters will hold a “Kayak Iditarod” for adults and children at 3 p.m After enjoying some activities in the elements festival goers can warm up at the Chili Cook-Off from 2 to 4 p.m. Those who would like to have their chili featured in the cook off can contact the Chamber Office at 716-7533113 for more information. Or they can stop by the Mayville Library’s annual Cabin Fever Used Book Sale

from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. “If you can only make it out on one day come out on Saturday the 18th,” said Shearer. “And, stick around until the evening because on Saturday night at 8 p.m. we will have fireworks.” The fun doesn’t stop there though. The festival continues through Sunday with events like a Dodgeball Tournament at 1 p.m. and the Children’s Snowman and Animal Building Contest in the Kid’s Corner to be judged at 2:30 p.m. There are a number of events and activities available throughout the weekend including craft and food vendors in the Community Center and tent, horse rides, horse drawn rides, raffles, Kids Corner Edible Crafts, chain saw artist, kids slide, bonfire, Rainbow the Clown, snowshoe demos (weather permitting), and snowmobile rides (weather permitting). “This is the time of year where there

isn’t a whole lot going on and people are ready to get outside to do something,” said Shearer. “This could be the opportunity to do that as a family and have a good low cost time. This great event is possible every year thanks to the support of the community, the volunteers, businesses and the Mayville Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce.” There will be a shuttle offered by Chautauqua Suites that runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, February 18 and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 19. The shuttle will run between Chautauqua Institution and Lakeside Park. Tickets for this are available at the Chautauqua Bookstore at Bestor Plaza. Call 716-3572151 for information on the sleigh rides. For more information call the Chamber of Commerce at 716-753-3113 or visit mayvillechautauquachamber.org.

A Valentine’s Day Commentary By Scott Wise Happily Married Star News Editor

Editor’s Note: As Valentine’s Day 2012 comes to fruition, we have worked hard to bring you a small shopping guide with some gift ideas. You can find this guide, as well as look into a number of our great advertisers, on our Valentine’s Day pages, found on pages 7 and 8 of this week’s issue. Thanks for reading! As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, there seem to be a few different groups of folks who stand apart. I’ve put us all into three basic groups, so line yourself up and get ready for a great Valentine’s Day knowing where you stand. Let me preface all this by saying I’m grouping those who celebrate the special day. Yes, everyday we should try to outdo one another in love, but for those of us who partake in the special occasion- this is for you. The first group is, of course, the Ready And Waiting, or RAW group. These lovebirds are often in the courting stage, although a fair number of happily married folk qualify. What makes a RAW? They’ve been planning for over two weeks before the pink and red 14th of February. They know long ahead of time what they’re going to do for that special someone. Of course, there are positives and negatives to being in this group. The positives- you’re ready when the day comes. Your reservations are set,

your gifts are bought and all that’s left to do is wait. There’s no pressure, and no last minute shopping to do. For you, the RAW one, Valentine’s Day is just another victory on the road to happily ever after. But, all’s not well on the home front. Statistics show that one thing that keeps a love life thriving is spontaneity. And for those who plan the day out far ahead of time, little room is left for that spontaneous drive to watch sunset or walk through the (freezin) rain. Rest assured, hope is not lost. Leave some room in the schedule for the spontaneous. And don’t try to stop it when it does- especially if you can see your significant other is excited

about it. This may make some personalities cringe, but let the spontaneous be spontaneous! The next group harnesses and thrives on that unplanned lifestyle. The PSA group, or ‘Prepared and Spontaneously Aware,’ find life exciting, and often live each and every moment to the fullest. For the PSA, Valentine’s Day is typically unplanned. You certainly remember it is approaching, but choose to do nothing to preparesave perhaps picking up a box of chocolates. But you do leave the evening or weekend open- a blank canvas upon which you can paint your masterpiece of love (cheesy metaphors go along with the cause

here, folks). As with the first group group, there are positives and negatives. The positives- the PSA often finds the most enjoyment in the day. While a lack of planning may send shivers down the spine of some Type A personalities, it’s what the PSA thrives on. They know they’re not planning, but by doing so they have prepared for an exciting evening. However, the PSA must remember not to become too lax in their endeavors. Say for instance you’ve got two kids at home, and you decide at 5:30 p.m. you’re going to take the apple of your eye out for a romantic dinner date. Well, as most married folks with kids know- you take any chance you can get. But, in your excitement you realize you’ve forgotten about the kids. The funny thing about kids is that they come from romance, and they also have that innate tendency to kill romance. Plan ahead or at least have a sitter on backup in case you decide to venture out into the romantic wilderness. The last group is one I shudder to think of- and certainly not an activity I’d choose to partake in. This group is so bad; I don’t even want to think of a clever acronym so we’ll simply call you the ‘I Forgots.’ I don’t think there are any positives to this group. These men often find themselves secluded with their

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Commentary: Daring to Fly American squadron based in Tuskegee, Alabama in 1941. The obstacles faced by these airmen was chronicled in the 1995 film, The Tuskegee Airmen, which told the story of how the group overcame being barred from flying to become a renowned group of pilots. The film is being rerun across the country for Black History Month and is followed by the recently released Red Tails, which follows the airmen on their arrival in Europe for combat duty. At a time when segregation was the rule in America, including its armed forces, these aerial pioneers battled

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day life and memories of her childhood in a typical Amish community. Examples of subjects are sugar house, wash day, milking time, ice skating, covered bridge, spring plowing and winter logging. She started painting Amish scenes on slate and smooth fieldstones gathered while clearing fields for planting. Most of these pieces were no larger than a softball. A local restaurateur noticed her paintings in East Branch Books, a used book store in Sherman, and commissioned her to paint a mural along the full length of one wall in

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Anna J. Weaver, an Amish artist, will display acrylic folk art of Amish heritage at the James Prendergast Library Art Gallery Feb. 17 through March 16. An opening reception to meet her and view her work will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 17, in the Fireplace Room at the library. The reception is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served. Weaver’s work reflects every-

proverbial tail between their Amish schools offer no formal legs, feeling neglected and art training, she is self-taught, hurt because their significant and her works reflect her own other is hurt as well. And as we all know, hurting people talent and abilities. hurt people. Encouraged by her mother, Since typically it is the male she started painting around of the species who forgets the age of 16, concentrating the romantic occasions, this on her favorite subject at the is directed at men. Men- if time, horses. you’re in this group today- it’s Prints of her work are availnot too late. You still have able exclusively through time (most likely) to get or do Something Unique, and some something. Check out page 7 will be offered for sale during for a list of ideas. But don’t get the library reception. Visitors her a box of candy from Walwill also be able to purchase Mart on your way home from note cards featuring her picwork on Tuesday. Man up, tell tures during the exhibit. her you forgot and pray for Gallery hours for the Amish mercy. She’ll at least respect exhibit at the library will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays; and 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturdays. The next Prendergast exhibit will be the annual display by the Chautauqua County Art Teachers.

a dining area. With no prior experience in mural art, she produced an Amish scene that measured 30 feet by four feet and depicted a farmhouse, sawmill and an Amish school with children playing in the yard. Something Unique Gallery and Frame Shop then asked Weaver for the opportunity to display and sell her work. She brought in several saw blades of various sizes and shapes with typical Amish scenes painted on them along with a few acrylic on canvas pieces. “Noted collectors of fine folk art noticed her work immediately, and most of her original pieces sell almost as fast as they come into the gallery,” said proprietor Bob Rogers. Weaver is a young Amish mother originally from Spartansburg, PA, and now living in Western New York. Her education was the typical eighth-grade level schooling in small one and two-room rural school buildings. Since

Between 1941 and 1946 nearly 1,000 pilots were trained. The pilots received a number of awards including distinguished flying crosses, purple hearts and at least one silver star. Herman Thorpe, another member of Tuskegee airmen said he “hopes the younger generation will also feel empowered to be the best after learning more about these airmen and what they had to go through to get to where we are today.” Thorpe said, “Set your mind to what you want to do and you can do it. That’s what I Ta would say to them as a young person.” MA

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black soldiers face discrimination in every facet of their lives.” He states that courtsmartial were often convened “for the express purpose of driving blacks out of the service.” “Those were tough times for me, for all of us,” he said. “That’s just how it was then.” Keel stated “I felt like going oversees as a bomber pilot was a job I had to do and I knew I was going to do the best job I could.” “Back when I was living it, I never dreamed that there would be this much fuss about what we’d accomplished. It was the furthest thing from my mind.”

classroom work that would determine whether they would earn their wings. Those who learned the flight manuals and survived the written examinations were sent for pre-flight training, which took another 3 1/2 months. Pilot, navigator and bombing-school classes lasted six months each, with most student pilots dropping out along the way. Of the original 27 recruits, only five out of a first class of 13 cadets had earned the right to fly. The Daily Commercial, a Leesburg, FL. newspaper recently interviewed one of Tuskegee airmen, Daniel Keel, who stated he “watched the

discrimination as well as the enemy in achieving a stellar combat record as fighter pilots. As the nation prepared for war, President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered the Army to begin a segregated pilot and ground crew training program at the historically black Tuskegee Institute. While that action turned the tide for these would-be aviators, it did not eliminate the ignorance and hostility they would face during their training and service. Before making it to Tuskegee, the first 27 black recruits arrived in the Mississippi Delta town of Biloxi to begin the

your courage. So whichever group you find yourself in this Valentine’s Day, remember the main reason for the day. Sure it’s been commercialized and become a greeting card holiday- but if you truly love that special person in your life, then you ought to be excited for another opportunity to express that love. Besides, you’re boosting the economy- and where’s the harm in that? Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

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Special Times to Remember Honor Loved Ones Contributed Article WMHF

There are a few special days coming in the next couple month; days where people might like to remember or pay honor to a loved one and other special people who have touched their lives. The Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation suggests sending a financial contribution to bring to mind that special person in a celebratory way. Not long after Valentine’s Day comes Ash Wednesday on Feb. 22 with the beginning of Purim starting on March 7. Spring time has two of the most sacred times for both Christian and Jewish people, On April 6 Passover begins and Easter takes place on April 8. Contributions may be sent

to WMHF at 189 E. Main St., Westfield, NY 14787. The following names are recent memorials and honorariums: In Memory of Carol Cash from Jerry and Debbie Valentine; Andrew D. Cash; Mary Cogliano and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Conti. In Memory of Lisette Flexer from Steve and Helen Baran. In Memory of Jim and Beverly Gelwicks from Bob and Kathy Heiman. In Memory of Pauline Smith from Stuart and Mary Ann Revak, Roy and Carol Orton, Peter D. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. George Chaklas and Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Starr. In Memory of Merrell and Marquerite Bowen from The Koshute Family. In Memory of Merle Hartley from Chautauqua Energy

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Warmer temperatures and lack of snow in parts of North America are setting the stage for what could be a most intriguing 15th annual Great Backyard Bird Count on Feb. 17-20. The Audubon Center and Sanctuary invites local folks to participate in this event sponsored by National Audubon, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Bird Studies Canada. People of all ages and skill levels are needed to count birds in their yards, neighborhoods or other locations across the United States and Canada. Simply tally birds for at least 15 minutes on any day of the count – Friday-Monday, Feb. 17-20 -- then go to www. birdcount.org and enter the highest number of each species seen at any one time. Anyone can watch as the tallies come in at that site. The results provide a snapshot of the whereabouts of more than 600 bird species. The four-day count typically records more than 10 million observations. The 2011 GBBC brought in more than 92,000 bird checklists submitted by participants from across the United States and Canada. Altogether, bird watchers identified 596 species with 11.4 million bird observations. With thousands of people

reporting what they see, scientists can detect changes in birds’ numbers and locations from year to year. Data from the Great Backyard Bird Count can provide an early signal of changes in bird populations. Although it’s called the Great “Backyard” Bird Count, the count extends well beyond backyards. Lots of participants choose to head for national parks, nature centers, urban parks, nature trails or nearby sanctuaries. For more information, including bird-ID tips, instructions and past results, visit www.birdcount. org. This is an exciting opportunity for those who would like to try the hobby of bird watching for the first time, and anyone is welcome to count at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary. The count also includes a pho-

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s 4-H Program is ready for what could be its biggest fundraiser ever! As some of you may know by now, 4-H is no longer funded by the Chautauqua County Legislature. Therefore, it has become the responsibility of 4-H members and volunteers and the community to help the program continue. Robert Cross of 3 C’s Catering, a 4-H volunteer and alumni has donated his expertise and facility for the ‘Have a Heart for 4-H Dinner, from our family to yours’, scheduled for Sunday, February 19th, from noon– 5 pm. The community outreach, volunteer commitment, and overall support has been overwhelming and is proving to make the ‘Have a Heart for 4-H,’ a benefit to remember; and one that you won’t want to miss! Robert Cross has plans for a delicious meal from foods donated from local farmers and businesses. 3 C’s Catering will be preparing an exquisite buffet including Beef on Wick, Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Ham and Scalloped Potatoes, all Beef Meat Balls, Squash, Corn, Macaroni and Cheese, Salad, Juice drinks, milk and water; and for finishing touches Petri’s Cookies and delicious homemade pies. Diners will also enjoy a selection of music from Dan Warren of Media One Broadcasting and good conversation with 4-H community of friends and family. Aside from fabulous food, the 4-H benefit will offer opportunities to win a number of excellent donated items and baskets. Already over 75 items, ranging from gourmet baskets to gift certificates and other items have been donated for the Have a Heart for 4-H Benefit. Come and join the fun and purchase a chance at winning an autographed photo of your favorite country artist, photo to include Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Martina McBride, and Lady Antebellum. Or, enter to win a beautiful basket packed

Above 4-H Issue Leader, Emily Kidd (left); 4-H volunteer and benefit coordinator, Ted Card (center) accept the generous contribution of a Zero Turn Lawn Mower from Bob Rodgers (right) of Rodgers and Sons in Cherry Creek.

full of gardening goodies, or maybe try your luck at a basket packed full of goodies for your favorite four-legged friend. What to sit back and relax, how about purchasing a ticket for a chance to win and a beautiful rocking chair! The auctions have been sponsored by WDOE Radio and 96 Kix Radio. Some items are on display at Lakeview Gardens on North Main Street in Jamestown. Donations may also be dropped off at Lakeview Gardens, located at 3542 Turner Road in Jamestown.. Owners Ted and Kathy are dedicated 4-H parents, volunteers, and generous community supporters; whether it’s donating to 4-H, St. Susan’s, or other charitable organizations Lakeview Gardens is dedicated to supporting Chautauqua County. Stop in and see the 4-H donations and all the beautiful flowers at Lakeview Gardens. Have you been longing for a zero turn lawn mower? How about a new push mower, weed wacker, or how about a new snow blower for next years’ blizzards? Maybe now is the perfect time to make that purchase. Attend the Have a Heart for 4-H Benefit Dinner and be the top bidder or hold the winning ticket on an excellent zero turn lawnmower donated to the 4-H Benefit by Rodgers and Sons or one of the great items donated by Z & M Ag and Turf. What a perfect way to donate to a charitable organization, buy a new piece of equipment and have a fun day!

Z& M Ag and Turf and Rodgers and Sons along with many other have been lifelong supporters of 4-H, supporting the program at the Meat Animal Sale at the County Fair for over 40 years. 4-H Is proud to have community and volunteer support to make “The Best Better’ which is the 4-H motto. We ask everyone to join us for a day full of fun for a great cause! Generous support form 3 C’s Catering will ensure a delicious, also enjoy music by Dan Warren of Media One Broadcasting and an opportunity to win a variety of prizes in our auctions sponsored by WDOE and 96Kix Country! All while supporting Chautauqua County 4-H, the youth development program of Cornell Cooperative Extension. 4-H proudly serves over 500 youth with the assistance of over 150 volunteers. The Chautauqua County 4-H is still collecting for monetary and auction donations, if you think you or your business may be able to help or for more information please contact the 4-H Office at Cornell Cooperative Extension at (716) 664-9502 Ext. 214 Cornell Cooperative Extension...we put research-based knowledge to work for Chautauqua County residents involved in agriculture, the environment, youth development and human services. Cornell Cooperative Extension is a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 and all donations are a charitable contribution.

Lutheran Social Services Welcomes New Manager to Rehab Program Contributed Article LSS

Debbie DeZee, RN, BSN has been named the new nurse manager for the Lutheran Social Services sub-acute rehabilitation program. “Debbie has the experience to round out our team of experts here at LSS as we continue our focus on excellence and providing a high quality rehab program,” said Daniel O’Neill, Vice President of Health Care Services. “The team members combined have over 100 years of experience,” O’Neill added. “In addition, they have received extensive training in the geriatric field.” Pam Nordin, RN is a certified Wound Care Practitioner. Tracy

Swyers, Physical Therapist, PT, MSPT, GCS is board-certified in geriatrics and is a diplomat of the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Mary Burns, BA, is an RN with expertise in the field of orthopedics and rehabilitation and Shirley Lepsesty, SW has been a strong advocate for the elderly for more than 35 years. Ms. DeZee received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Youngstown State University. She has extensive experience in cardiac care and working in a medical intensive care unit (MICU), including Hamot Medical Center in Erie, Pa. She is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). “I have always enjoyed using the skills that come with critical care nursing,” she said.

“The residents on the sub acute unit often have complex health issues, which will continue to positively challenge me and that’s exciting.” As a traveling nurse, Debbie worked in the ICU at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD; Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center in Fort Myers, Fla. and ECMC in Buffalo. “As the baby boomers age, there will be a greater need for this level of care and our goal is to be among the best programs in the field,” O’Neill added. For more information about the LSS Rehabilitation Program call Mary BorowskiBurns at 450-1788 or log onto www.lutheran-jamestown.org.

Audubon Center and Sanctuary volunteer Dave Cooney will present “Demystifying the Histogram” during the camera lesson portion of the Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Club meeting on Thursday, February 9. This Presque Isle scene is one of Cooney’s many beautiful outdoor shots.

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During the Camera Corner portion of the Thursday, February 9 meeting of the Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Club, veteran photographer Dave Cooney will explain how the histogram can help you get great shots. The histogram is a simple bar chart that your camera can display that plots tonal values from black to white that are in your image. The histogram gives clues to proper exposure, whether the image has blocked, detail-less shadows and highlights, and much more. While not needed for common shots, the histogram can lend direction for those

difficult to expose shots and for how to process your image in the digital darkroom. The evening starts at 6:30 pm with Camera Project, using a specific topic to refine camera handling and composition. With the February topic “Looking Up,” members will show images where their camera was pointing vertically. Following the 7 pm business meeting, club members will have a matting and mounting session to prepare their photos for the Falconer Library show the opens in March. During the preparation, members will also have a show-and-tell of books that helped them improve their photography. Guests are welcome to the program and are asked to pay

$5. This fee can be applied toward the annual membership dues of $25 if application is made by the next meeting. Among the benefits of membership are discounts on photography classes, special gifts and giveaways from sponsors, and the right to show photos at Club exhibits and participate in trips. The Jamestown Audubon Photography Club meets at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary at 1600 Riverside Road, off Route 62 between Jamestown and Warren. Contact Club president Suzette Paduano at (716) 763-9492 or SuzettePaduano@yahoo. com for more information, or visit www. http://jasphotoclub. wordpress.com.

New Library Director To Be Welcomed Contributed Article Prendergast Library

The James Prendergast Library and the ChautauquaCattaraugus Library System will hold a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10, at Prendergast Library to welcome Linda Mielke, the new director of both organizations. “This is an opportunity for the public to meet Linda and welcome her to the community,” said Assistant Director Tina Scott. Originally from Detroit, Ms. Mielke comes to Jamestown from Northern California, where she served as direc-

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tor of libraries for the Butte County Library for two years.

She began her local duties Nov. 14, when she succeeded Catherine Way, who retired. Ms. Mielke is an active member of the American Library Association and a past president of the Public Library Association. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in library science from Wayne State University and began her career at the Detroit Public Library. Prendergast Library is located at 509 Cherry St., Jamestown. For more information, call 484-7135.


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St. Bernard Rescues Family From Fire

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The Fenton History Center invites all students in grades 4-7 who are interested in social studies and history to come to the new History Detectives program. The Detectives will begin their journey through world, American and local history on Saturday, February 25 from 1 to 3 PM at the Fenton Mansion. At the first session they will meet President George Washington’s stepdaughter. They will talk with a man from the late 1700s when President Washington was living. What was life like at that time, what was unique about America? The students will learn about what children their age did at that time, what games they played, what food they ate, what was their school day like? Each ad-

The Chautauqua County Humane Society (CCHS) announces the 2012 CCHS Pet of the Year and the Hot Dogs, Cool Cats pet photo contest grand prize winner as Nana Petscher. “Nana” was chosen as the winner in a very heated online community voting race that came down to the final millisecond. Ashley Smith of Kenditional session will introduce nedy submitted the winning more fascinating information photo and this accompanying story: and artifacts from our local “Nana, a loving St. Bernard history. saved her family of five from a The cost is only $8 per house fire in Jamestown. She student. Bring a friend for woke the family just in time for half price. This is one in a them to get out of the blazing series of nine sessions per house. The family got out safely year. The History Detectives but the truly heroic part was will meet the last Saturday of when Nana ran back inside and every month except August did not return. Nana died to and December. Depending save and protect her family. I on the topic of the month, could not think of a more loyal the students will host guest speakers and take field trips to animal. If it were not for Nana other significant places in the who knows if the family of area. They will study artifacts would have survived the horrible blaze that destroyed their from the time periods being discussed. For more informa- home.” tion and to register please call Ashley Smith will claim the 716-664-6256 or email infor- top prize package that includes mation@fentonhistorycenter. a fully installed fence from Invisible Fence Inc., of Erie and org. The Fenton History a “Monster Package” photo sesCenter is located just south sion and prints from Jon Elder of the Washington St. bridge Photography Productions. (Route 60S) “Piglet” will claim the first prize and second runner up honors

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“It’s exciting that, after months of planning, the public will be able to enjoy the amazing works of art of St. Bernard Nana Petscher women from throughout our was chosen as the 2012 region.” Chautauqua County Humane Society’s Pet of the That’s how Jennifer Schlick, Year. co-founder -- with fellow artist Debra Eck -- of Creative are awarded to “Nellie.” The top twelve pet photos from the Arts of Women - Western contest will all be featured in a New York (CAW WNY), CCHS 11”X17” 2012 calendar described their anticipation of the Saturday, February that will be made available to 11 opening reception of the the public through the Strunk Women Create exhibit. Road Shelter in Jamestown From 6-8 pm, they and many starting in mid-February. of the 41 exhibiting artCCHS would like to thank everyone who participated and ists will welcome visitors to the 3rd On 3rd Gallery in donated to the fourth annual contest. The fundraising contest downtown Jamestown, New raised over $11,000 to cover the York. The Gallery, at 116 East Third Street, adjacent to the costs of providing basic care Reg Lenna Civic Center, will and medical treatment for the pets under the animal shelter’s display a wide range of art and fine crafts in a variety of care. media. To view the final photo contest The artists, ranging from a rankings visit www.spcapets. com. The Chautauqua County high school student through Humane Society is a non-profit professional working artists, look forward to sharing that is not part of any governrefreshments with visitors and ment organization and its mission to care for animals by answering questions about promoting adoptions, prevent- their creations. ing cruelty and providing edu- Women Create is presented in cooperation with the Arts cation relies solely on public Council for Chautauqua support. County. Regular hours will be

10 am-4 pm, Monday-Friday until the closing reception on Saturday, March 31. It can be viewed by appointment by contacting Len Barry at (716) 664-2465, ext. 227. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted and shared between the Arts Council for Chautauqua County and Infinity Visual and Performing Arts for their gracious donation of space. Other Women Create programs will take place in February and March as well. With funding provided in part by a Ray and Wyn Ritchie Evans Foundation Artists in the Community Grant administered by the Cattaraugus County Arts Council, three workshops will result in the creation of a Photo Flag Book Installation Project. Artists salons will be held on Wednesday evenings February 22, March 7 and 21. Events are planned from morning to evening on SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day, Saturday, March 31. For details on the exhibit, including a sneak preview, and more information about the related programs, visit http:// womencreate.wordpress.com/.


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Cash Prizes for 2012 Jamestown Audubon Nature Photo Contest

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Audubon Center and Sanctuary

Changing the entry process and adding cash prizes have already made a difference for Jamestown Audubon’s 2012 Nature Photography Contest. “This year photographers can send their entries to us digitally,” explained Audubon Center and Sanctuary Program Director Jennifer Schlick, “making it a simpler process. And I’m pretty sure that the cash prizes have also increased interest!” That’s how the contest’s coordinator explained that entries have already been submitted from as far away as Florida, Oklahoma, and the United Kingdom.   In 2012, prizes will be awarded in three categories and two divisions. The Youth Division is for those 18 and under or still in high school; Adult is over 18 or post-high school. Adult winners in the categories of Wildlife, Plants/ Trees/Fungi, and Landscapes will each receive $100, and youth winners will receive $50. All will also receive free

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The inaugural Souper Bowl Sunday charity event, which took place on Jan. 29, was a resounding success. Event sponsors and organizers Media One Group and the Celoron Legion were able to provide WCA Hospital with $3,743 to support the construction of its new Emergency Department. The event featured homemade soups created and served by House of Petillo, Elegant Edibles, Cibo’s, Ashville General Store, Game Time Sports Bar & Grill, Celoron Legion, Phil-N-Cindy’s Lunch, Sandy’s White Horse Inn, Lakewood/ Celoron Moose Club, The Pauper, Fisher’s Family Restaurant, Fox Mart, Tim Hortons Café & Bake Shop, and Moon Brook Country Club. photo finishing. Contest entry deadline is June 30, 2012. Full details for the competition are on-line at http://jasphotocontest.com/. Funding for expansion of the Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Contest was

made possible by a grant from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. The contest is sponsored by Main Street Photo of Bowling Green, Ohio (http://bgmainstreetphoto.com/).

Contributed Article DJDC

The annual Jamestown St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2012 in downtown. The 8th Annual St. Patrick’s Day parade will begin at 12:00pm and travel East on Fourth Street and South on Main Street to Brooklyn Square. Line up will begin promptly at 11:00am around Baker Park. Registration forms are now available at www.discoverjamestown. com or call 664-2477, ext 224 to sign up. Participation is free and everyone is welcome. Following the parade, paradegoers can line up along the

Riverwalk and be amazed when Jamestown’s famous leprechaun magically turns the Chadakoin River green. Family-friendly activities and refreshments will take place in the Jamestown Area Medical Associates parking lot in Brooklyn Square from 122pm. There will be trackless train rides and horse-drawn wagon rides for $1 donation. The Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce will be distributing cookies and coffee. DJDC invite children ages 4-12 years old to participate in the 5th Annual JAMA Shamrock Hunt. Three age groups, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12, will compete to find the lucky shamrock in a pile of sawdust. Winners from each age group

will receive a grand prize. Hot dogs will be available for purchase along with other refreshments. “We invite everyone to come downtown and help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Jamestown style. The family-friendly activities have become a major hit with the celebration and we encourage everyone to stay and enjoy them,” said Ashley Anderson, DJDC Special Events Coordinator. For more information on this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration visit www. discoverjamestown.com or call 664-2477.

If you would like to make a tax-deductible gift in support of Sharing the Gift of Health: The Capital Campaign for Our Emergency Department, please contact Karl Sisson, WCA Director of Development at (716) 664-8423 or development@wcahospital. org.

Fundraiser to Benefit The Dunkirk Historical Society Contributed Article Dunkirk Historical Society

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

All attendees were invited to vote for their favorite soup/ restaurant. Emerging victorious and named the winner of Souper Bowl Sunday 2012 was Game Time Sports Bar & Grill which showcased its signature Chicken Wing Soup alongside its homemade Louisiana Red Soup.

The Dunkirk Historical Society is hosting a Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, February 25 at Applebee’s Restaurant on Vineyard Drive in Dunkirk. Breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Proceeds from the breakfast will help defray the rising operating expenses of the Dunkirk Historical Museum. In addition to the breakfast, a

gift basket raffle will be available. Applebee’s sponsors pancake breakfasts to help local charitable and non-profit organizations raise additional funds. The restaurant offers a full course hot breakfast including pancakes, bacon, juice and beverage. Cost per person is $5.00. Tickets may be purchased from society members or by calling 366-1151. Tickets will also be available at the door.

The Dunkirk Historical Society seeks to preserve the rich history of Dunkirk by maintaining a collection of photographs, artifacts and documents housed in the museum at 513 Washington Avenue where there is also a large railroad display. Available at the museum is an array of souvenir memorabilia such as books, magnets, pins and note cards. The museum is open on Fridays from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.  

WCA Home Announces Resident and Employee of the Month Contributed Article WCA Home

Resident of the Month:

Peg Chowaniec, was born and raised in So. Buffalo. She was the youngest of eight children. Her first marriage resulted in three children, two boys and one girl. With pride she tells me she now has seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. When her children were in school her home was always filled with their friends and she always set an extra plate at the table – there was always room for “one more”. She loved to play cards and she tells us of the time the ladies came to play on a Friday and kept right on playing through Sunday! She and her second husband tried to sell their mobile home but there wasn’t any market back then so they hooked it up to their truck and hauled it down to Brooksville, Florida On Saturday, February, the Audubon Center and where they lived ten years unSanctuary is offering the Japanese healing art of Reiki. til her husband passed away. Reiki practitioners will donate their time and talent and She moved back to New York ask only for donations to the Jamestown Audubon Society and has been a resident of the in return. Donations support Audubon’s nature education programs. While you’re there, you may want to spend some WCA Home since September 2011. time enjoying the beautiful grounds. (Photo by Jeff Tome) She loves working in the Sanctuary is at 1600 Riverside kitchen and helps whenever experience is worth. Wear loose clothing and come Road, off Route 62 between asked. Doggie biscuits are her Jamestown and Warren. any time between 1 pm and favorite to make. She loves To learn more about Reiki, 4 pm. Several Reiki practicrafts, music, parties but don’t visit http://www.reiki.org/. tioners will be set up in the ask her to play “Bingo” she’ll Nature Center auditorium to To learn more about Audubon tell you, “I hate Bingo!” She take people on a first come, attends church services every and its many programs, call first serve basis. Most sessions (716) 569-2345 or visit www. week and prays the rosary last 30-45 minutes. daily. jamestownaudubon.org. The Audubon Center and  

Audubon Offering Reiki Contributed Article Audubon Center and Sanctuary

The International Center for Reiki Trainings describes Reiki (“Rake-ee”) as a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing that is administered by “laying on hands.” Thanks to a generous group of Reiki practitioners who love Audubon, on Saturday, February 11, you can experience this ancient Japanese healing art at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary. Reiki is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one’s “life force energy” is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy. The Reiki practitioners donate their time and talent and ask only for donations to the Jamestown Audubon Society in return. You can choose how much you think the

Peg is being honored as February’s Resident of the Month. She has made many friends at the Home and loves the food! She says, “I haven’t met a piece of food I didn’t like.” You Go girl! Employee of the Month: Jackie Daniels was born and raised in Silver Creek and graduated from Silver Creek High School. After graduation she moved to Dallas, Texas where she worked as a model for the Julian Modeling Agency. She did three “Pepsi Challenge” commercials. When her father became ill, she moved back home and continued modeling in fashion shows in Buffalo as well as for Sidey’s Department Store in Dunkirk. Jackie also worked for the N.Y.S. Developmental Disabil-

ity Services Office in the Business Office. While working there she also worked at Mr. Donuts in the D&F Plaza. She liked making donuts so much she opened a shop of her own which she ran for five years. This is also where she met her husband-to-be, Charlie. “He must have liked my donuts because he married me”, she says somewhat shyly. In high school she played Varsity volley ball all 4 years and became the captain of the team. She has a passion for animals especially cats and dogs. Jackie came to the WCA Home in March of 2011 and is being honored as February’s Employee of the Month. She currently works as a part time cook and kitchen aide.


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Top ten gift ideas for Men Ego Boost- Ladies, men need to be needed and they need to know they matter to you. Whether you think it or not. Let him know he’s your knight in shining armor. While not a definitive gift, it will be the one that keeps on giving. Sports tickets- Men love sports. But, if you’re a spoilsport at the game, tell him to bring a friend. He’ll appreciate you thinking of his enjoyment over yours. Food- One of the three basic needs of a man. Cook him a nice meal. If

you can’t cook, order out his favorite. A Watch- He’ll like to show it off, and you’ll like that he’s on time HD Television- The way to a man’s heart is through his remote control. iPod- Music players are always a win- get him the best. Lingerie- Men are 80% visually prepared for love. ‘Nuff said. Desktop KnickknacksHelps keep him focused at work.

Personalized Golf BallsOnly for the golfer, but that personalized touch he can show off to the guys on the course. Childcare- Surprise him and find someone to watch the kids for the night. He should get the hint.

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Top ten gift ideas for Women Chocolate- The classic success story. Flowers- Romantic and classy; but be sure to do it with purpose. PS- buy them local Romantic getaway- Enjoyable for both; and a mini-vacation is always a plus

Lingerie- She wants to look good for you, you want her to look good. Win-Win Jewelry- Not necessarily easy on the budget, but always a hit Perfume- May not seem like a big deal to you, but a lady loves to smell like a lady Spa Day- Give her the getaway she deserves. And yes, this means you watch the kids.

Silk Robe- Touch is important. While it may not whisk the water away, the tactility of silk is a known aphrodisiac. iPhone- Get her the best. Show her you really care. A Homemade Gift Certificate- Budget friendly, and personalized for victory


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Flavor of the Week – The Cakery By Dusten Rader Entertainment Editor

Downtown Fredonia has a not so new business in a completely new location that offers locals the same service and quality that they have grown to trust since 1988. The Cakery has created custom cakes and sweet gifts for many special occasions throughout the years. Their gifts have helped make unforgettable moments for their customers. The Cakery is owned and operated by Peggy Rose, her husband Greg and her family. The location on West Main Street in Fredonia opened last year. But, before that they were located on Berry Road. At the previous location the shop was named Cakes by Joyce. The name came from Peggy’s mother Joyce Przytula who opened the shop in 1988 and ran it until she passed away. Peggy got involved in the business in 1992 and decided to open a the new shop to serve as a tribute her mother’s legacy as a baking extraordinaire. “I went to college and I have a degree in business marketing,” said Peggy. “So, I was looking for a job and I had young kids at home at the time so I wanted something that would let me be able to raise them. And, we had always wanted to expand the business so when this property became available we made the purchase. It’s working out very well so far.” The Cakery has that special gift that everyone searches for on Weddings, birthday and holidays. Peggy has designed a bakery that carries and creates everything one could need to make a special occasion memorable. It’s no surprise that one of the best things to come out of The Cakery are the cakes. With a variety of flavors, fillings and icings anyone can find a combination that will satisfy. And, if there is something specific customers are looking for Peggy is willing to go the extra mile to meet the standard. She spends a lot of time creating custom pieces that both look good and taste good. Plus, there are fresh cupcakes and decorated cakes always available for purchase in the store for those who want to give the quality of the baked goods a try. There are even gluten free, sugar free and vegan cakes. “The wedding cakes are our main line,” said Peggy. “I’m currently the main baker and decorator. Besides wedding cakes we also do custom fancier cakes with fondant icing like you’d see on television. And, we deliver them all the way as far as Niagara falls,

Wedding and birthday cakes galore. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

Cupcakes and wedding cakes that are sure to impress. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

The perfect gift for Valentine’s Day: Chocolate covered strawberries. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

Another perfect gift for Valentine’s Day: Cupcakes and heart shaped chocolate cookies. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

Erie, Warren and all through Chautauqua County. ” Having a cake designed by Peggy is a very personal experience that ensures customers get the highest quality and attention to detail. They can be ordered by coming into the shop, over the phone or on the website at cakesbyjp. com. “They can come with an idea and we will turn it into a cake,” said Peggy. With Valentines Day just around the bend there is no better time to give The Cakery a try. Stop in and check out the variety of custom cakes and sweet gifts. There are

specials on chocolate covered strawberries, heart shaped cakes and cookies, brownies, cookie bouquets, balloons and cupcakes like the Pink Champagne, Triple Chocolate and Red Velvet. “I’ve offered a variety of specials over the years and we decided to expand on the idea this year by doing more,” said Peggy. “The chocolate covered strawberries are very popular. ” There are even chocolates provided by Pulako’s of Erie. Pulako’s has been family owned and operated for over 100 years. They have a reputa-

tion of offering incredibly tasty and high quality treats unlike any other. Customers can order the chocolates from Erie and pick them up at the shop in Fredonia. “Pulako’s has been my favorite chocolatier since I was a young girl,” said Peggy. Because wedding cakes are a major part of the business model Peggy spends a lot of time involved in Bridal Shows. The next Bridal Show she plans on attending is open to the public and located at the White Inn on Sunday, February 26. “All the local wedding vendors

will be there,” said Peggy. “We will be displaying all of our cakes as well as samples of the cake and icing. There are chances to win gift certificates to the vendors in our area.” With the onset of big box stores and bakeries not many cake shops have survived. However, The Cakery is still alive and thriving. There are very few places still around that can offer the service and quality that every customer receives at The Cakery. So, when planning that special occasion make a stop at The Cakery to pick up an unforgettable gift.

“Not many stores can offer you the personal attention and one on one that we can,” said Peggy. “We do a lot of customizing as well whereas a lot of other places won’t because they have to deal in volume. Plus, we’re a local business and local family. Plus, we have a great new location in downtown Fredonia.” The Cakery is located at 24 West Main Street in Fredonia and is open Tuesday through Friday 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information call 716-672-4294 or visit cakesbyjp.com.


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Cooking On The Hill: Fajita Super Souper Bowl Soup

When it comes to sauces there isn’t a better bottle in Chautauqua County than Burning Asphalt. So, to help promote some of their amazing creations the Chautauqua Star will be featuring a recipe each week that utilizes one or more of their delicious products. Fajita Super Souper Bowl Soup 1 lb Skirt Steak cut in 1” strips 1 can of Pinto Beans (15 oz) 1 can Whole Kernel Corn (15 oz) 1 can Green Beans (15 oz) 1 can Ranch Beans (15 oz) – DO NOT DRAIN 1 can Stewed Tomatoes (14 oz) 1 can of Beer

8 oz Beef Broth 1 jar of Burning Asphalt Sauces Peppers and Onions burningasphalt.com/shopitalianspecialties.asp 2 oz of Burning Asphalt Sauces Fajita and Steak Seasoning burningasphalt.com/ shoprubs.asp 1 oz of Burning Asphalt Sauces Popcorn Ranch Seasoning burningasphalt.com/ shoprubs.asp 1/4 cup Scallions and/or Onions 4 – 5 Corn Tortillas (6 inch)

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In a large soup stockpot (lightly oiled), brown the Skirt Steak Strips. Add rinsed and drained Pinto Beans, Corn, and Green Beans. Stir the mixture while adding all the other ingredients except for

the Corn Tortillas. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and continue to simmer for 35 minutes. Cut the Tortillas into ½ inch strips and place on a baking sheet. Bake strips for 8 minutes at 400 degrees. Soup is ready to be served. Top with the Torti-

On-Going Events Chautauqua Shores Chorus (Women Barbershoppers) (Mondays)

First Baptist Church, 358 E. Fifth St., Jamestown, NY. 7 p.m.

Dunkirk Free Library StoryTime and Craft - (Tuesday and Thursday) 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. For children ages 3 - 5 years old. Story time is free. For more information call 366-2511.

stown, NY. Museum hours are from 10am-4pm Tue-Sat and 1-5pm on Sun. RTPI is closed on Mondays. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for children and members of the Institute are free. Call (716) 665-2473 or go to www.rtpi. org for more info.

Souther Tier Woodcarversʼ Guild Exhibit (January 13 through February 10)

Prendergast Library Art Gallery at 509 Cherry Street in Jamestown. 716.484.7135 “Material/Ethereal Constructs” www.prendergastlibrary. art exhibit at Weeks Gallery org. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. – Mon, (Feb. 6 through Mar. 22) Tues, Thurs, Fri. 10 a.m. to The exhibition, which 4:30 p.m. – Wed 10 a.m. to includes works by Judith 3:30 p.m. – Sat. FREE. Olson Gregory and Dianne Baker, will be on display . Free Tax Help at Library The Weeks Gallery on JCC’s (Fridays, Feb. 3 - Mar. 23) Jamestown Campus is open Through VITA, IRS-certified 11am-5pm, Mon. through volunteers will prepare and Wed.; 11am-7pm, Thur.; and file federal and state returns 11am-3pm, Fri. The gallery is electronically at no cost to closed on college holidays. income-eligible clients. Help For more information, visit will be available in the Public weeksgallery.sunyjcc.edu. Computer Center at Prendergast Library, 509 Cherry “Tropical Inspirations” art Street in Jamestown from exhibit at Patterson Library 4-8 pm. Dial 2-1-1 for information or an appointment. (through Fri., Feb. 24) The Resource Center’s Creations art program presents Thursday February 9 “Tropical Inspirations,” an art exhibit featuring painting by artists with disabilities. Audubon Center and The exhibit will run at the Sanctuary: Jamestown Patterson Library Octagon Audubon Photography Club Gallery located at 40 South Portage Street in Westfield. 6:30 - 9 p.m., Project Time 6:30-7. Business meeting Regular viewing hours for and program, 7-9. Free to the exhibit will be 9:00 to members, $5 for non-mem8:00 Mondays, Tuesdays bers. For more information, and Thursdays, and 9:00 to call (716) 763-9492 or visit 5:00 Wednesdays, Fridays www.jasphotoclub.wordand Saturdays. For more press.com. information about the exhibit, contact Ms. Briggs at 661-1076 or kristen.briggs@ Local Early Intervention resourcecenter.org, or Coordinating Council to Meet Nancy Ensign, the Octagon The Chautauqua County Gallery’s Curator at 326-2154 Department of Health anor octagongallery@gmail. nounces that the nextcom. nmeeting of the Local Early Intervention Coordinating “Here Comes The Sun” Exhibit Council (LEICC) has been scheduled for Thursday, Feb. at RTPI (through Apr. 7) “Here Comes The Sun,” Rog- 9, 2012, 12:30 pm. James Prendergast Library, Fireer Tory Peterson Institute’s newest natural history exhi- place Room, Jamestown, bition features the astro-im- NY. Please call (716)753-4788 for more information or atages of Alan Friedman and Ted Wolfe, along with a rare tend a meeting of the LEICC. collection of space rocks courtesy of our friends at Friday, February 10 Mercyhurst College. Come visit the Institute and and leave better informed about Christian Singles Dance our local universe, questions The Master’s Plan Cafe to ponder, and your sense of wonder renewed; just the at 9586 Railroad Ave. in Dayton, NY will be hosting antidote for the midwinter a nondenominational Chrisand “mud season” blahs. tian Singles Dance on Fri., The exhibit can be viewed Feb. 10, 2012 from 7pm-11pm. at 311 Curtis Street, Jame-

A light dinner of pizza and snacks will be served. There is no charge but a love offering will be collected. For more information you may contact Val at 716-203-7198.

Jamestown Ironmen at Port Huron Fighting Falcons 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 11 Women Create Opening Reception

6-8 p.m., Join the artists and their friends and families at the 3rd on 3rd Gallery in Jamestown, NY to celebrate the opening of this exhibit of women’s art. No fee, but donations gratefully accepted to benefit the Arts Council of Chautauqua County and Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center. More information at http:// womencreate.wordpress. com.

lla strips (and Cheese or Sour Cream if you wish). Submitted by: Jeff Furash This super soup is a great addition to any party or as a main dish for lunch and dinner. The Burning Asphalt

“Correcting Civil Wrongs through Civil Rights in an Uncivil Time” is the topic for the February 11, 2012

find Burning Asphalt (facebook.com/pages/BurningAsphalt.../116859848352432) and Soulshine Coffee (facebook.com/pages/ Soulshine-Coffee-Company/127145254011315) on facebook. You can also contact Burning Asphalt by calling (716) 5326686 or by emailing customerservice@burningasphalt. com. If you’d like to submit a recipe for ‘Cooking On The Hill,’ email dusten.rader@maytumcompany.com, customerservice@burningasphalt.com or call 716-366-9200. Tell us your recipe, where it came from, and a favorite memory of it!

What’s happening meeting of the Jamestown Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Gregory Rabb, will be the speaker. The program will take place in the Carnahan Theater at Jamestown Community College. There will be a social hour at 10:30 a.m. and the program will begin at 11:00. The Jamestown Branch of AAUW offers a reduced membership of $44.50 (from $69) to anyone who joins at a meeting. The public is welcome to attend. www. jamestown.aauw-nys.org

“Are You Considering A Career Change?” Workshop

Sat., Feb. 11, from 10am12pm Brenda J. Hayes, Ph.D, personal coach, will be conducting “Are You Considering A Career Change?” workshop. The session will explore participants’ strengths, talents and passions and discuss the associated career possibiliChautauqua County Music ties. Practical goals for each Teachers Association-sponsored person will be established as we review the many Winter All-County Concert aspects of a career change. The Silver Creek Central Each workshop session $20 School District will once again host the 2012 concert and are held at the office of Brenda J. Hayes at 123 East that will take place at 5 Main St., Fredonia. Space p.m. This event features is limited. To register call the county’s best student musicians from the eighteen 716-785-3555 and leave a message or email brendaschool districts located hayes@fairpoint.net in Chautauqua County, in one of several music ensembles. Featured in this Audubon Center and Sanctuary: Little Explorers/ festival are the Elementary Band, Women’s Chorus, Nature Detectives Brass Ensemble, Vocal Jazz 10 a.m. - noon, Children aged Chorus, and All-County Jazz 3 to 8 attend with a favorite Ensemble. grownup to learn about the natural world. $5 for Audu“Love Fest! with the Kev Rowe bon members; $7 non-members. Reservations required Band” by Thursday, February 9: presented at the Jamestown Clarion Hotel in their call (716) 569-2345. Walk-ins Lounge. Fans of local music may be accepted, but might not be able to participate in will want to be in downcraft and/or snack. town for a night of music and love as the Kev Rowe Band celebrates Valentine’s Audubon Center and weekend with a free show Sanctuary: Reiki at the Clarion Hotel. Led by 1 - 4 p.m., Enjoy this ancient Jamestown-based musician Japanese energy treatment. and Big Leg Emma member Your donation benefits Kev Rowe, the Kev Rowe Audubon. Band will feature a variety of soulful and roots-based Valentine Card Crafts at the original jams, along with Dunkirk Free Library various covers from such 10:30am – 11:30am. Kids acts as the Beatles, Paul can make valentine cards Simon, and Neil Diamond. for friends and family. This is a free event open to the AAUW Meeting: “Correcting public. For more information Civil Wrongs through Civil call 366-2511.

Rights in an Uncivil Time”

Sauces Peppers and Onions burningasphalt.com/shopitalianspecialties.asp add the perfect texture to the soup while the Burning Asphalt Sauces Fajita and Steak Seasoning and Popcorn Ranch Seasoning burningasphalt. com/shoprubs.asp bring the Latin flare. This recipe can also be made vegetarian by not adding the steak. For more recipes visit burningasphalt.com/saucerecipes. asp, to order a bottle of sauce online visit burningasphalt. com or to read Jeff Furash’s blog called Cooking On The Hill that also features recipes and news on Burning Asphalt then visit cookingonthehill. com. You can also find a listing of retailers who carry Burning Asphalt products by visiting burningasphalt. com/saucelocations.asp. Plus,

Jamestown Ironmen at Michigan Warriors 7:00 p.m.

to reserve your spot today. Open to the Public.

Sunday, February 12

Friday, February 17 (Friday, Feb. 17 – Sunday, Feb. 19)

Jamestown Ironmen at Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings 2:00 p.m.

2012 Presidentʼs Day Weekend Winter Festival

Wednesday, February 15 “Empowering Ourselves to Reach Our Own Personal Best” Workshop

Workshop will teach six components which aid in achieving potential. Attendees will explore the application to their lives and clarify steps to reach their goals. The workshop is planned for Wed., Feb. 15, from 7-9pm. Each workshop session $20 and are held at the office of Brenda J. Hayes, Ph.D at 123 East Main St., Fredonia. Space is limited. To register call 716-785-3555 and leave a message or email brendahayes@fairpoint.net

The 2012 President’s Day Weekend Winter Festival, scheduled the weekend of February 18 from 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. and Sunday, February 19 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., at Lakeside Park in Mayville, New York, will again feature many contests and sports competitions. Check out our web site www.mayvillechautauquachamber.org soon for updated Festival information or call the Chamber of Commerce at (716) 753-3113.

Wine and Chocolate Weekend (12-5pm, Sat. and Sun., Feb. 19-20: 10am-5pm)

Calling all Lovers! This Valentine’s treat is especially for you. Wineries will pair their own splendid chocolate creations with a delightful wine accompaniment. Thursday, February 16 A perfect match! Your $35 Ticket Allows You to Enjoy: A food and wine paring at Life and Times of The Little each winery; Wine tasting; A great gift of a small box House Garden of specialty chocolates Start the new year right: from Finney’s Chocolates; A hear the story about the booklet containing all of the very special Lana’s The recipes of the foods you’ll Little House garden, and be tasting; A Lake Erie Wine how it grew from its idyllic Country wine glass; and A $5 countryside and woodland setting. We’ll talk about the voucher to use at any winery or at certain restaurants deshistorical developments to led to what we call the Cot- ignated on the back of the tage Garden, and the factors voucher. www.LakeErieWineCountry.org that influence our notions of gardens as they continue to evolve today…all while February “Soup and a Song” we enjoy an easy, exhilarat- to Feature Wind River ing walk through The Little Jamestown’s St. Susan CenHouse Garden and grounds. ter will continue the monthGarden Workshop hosted ly “Soup on Friday, Feb. 17 by Sara Baker Michalak. Res- with featured performers, ervations required. $52 per local bluegrass favorites, person; $47 per person for Wind River. For the modest groups of 3 or more. 11:30 admission price of $10, ata.m. to 1:00 p.m. tendees will be treated to an evening of fine live musical Get Moving with the Spirit! entertainment and a meal Get Moving with the Spirit! consisting of hearty soup, Amy Livengood, OTR/L, several varieties of breads, CEAS II. Lunch: 12-1pm. crackers, desserts, coffee, Presentation: 1-2pm. Bemus tea and hot chocolate. GatePoint United Methodist way Center, 31 Water St., Church Family Life Center. Jamestown. Persons interWear comfortable footwear ested in performing during and clothing as we will be open-mic should contact Jim moving to some “Big Band Holler at (716) 665-4490, or Music!” *A $ 5.00 fee for a sign up in person at Trinity delicious catered meal will Guitars, 800 West Third St., be collected at the door. in Jamestown. www.stsuSeats are limited! A firm sancenter.org RSVP is required no later than Friday, February 10. Please call Judi at 488-2322


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Artist Profile – Universe Shark By Dusten Rader Entertainment Editor

There is a band from Buffalo that is breaking ground by offering listeners a unique experience at every live performance. Universe Shark is a group of musicians whose unconventional sound is so out there that they had to come up with their own genre called Carnivorous Spacefunk. Universe Shark recently played two sets at EBC West on February 4, 2012. They packed the house and jammed for hours while patrons enjoyed great brews and equally great music. The band consists of electric keyboardist Scott Martin, guitar player Adam Bronstein (AB), bass player Mike DiSalvo and drummer Dave Prinzbach (DP). The band formed in summer of 2008 and just after their three year anniversary had played over 150 live and regional performances. Chautauqua County residents have a chance to catch Universe Shark in a local venue this weekend. They will appear at Jamestown’s very own Mojo’s on Saturday, February 11. Those who can’t make it out to the next show should visit universeshark.com to stream or download the bands live performances. Or, wait until June of 2012 when the band releases their first album that is currently being mastered by Select Sound in Kenmore. DR: Where did the name Universe Shark come from and what does it mean? AB: Well, first of all it’s really tough to get four people to agree on a name. We spent a lot of time doing it and we’re all a bunch of smart alecs so we couldn’t come up with a serious name. But, then we ended up coming to Universe Shark. We thought it was pretty out there, but our music is out there too. So, we finally decided that if you went out to a place and saw a band that had the worst name ever but they were really good, people would still think the name was cool. Even if it’s out there as long as we can back it up then it actually has potential. And, not much comes to mind when you think of the name Universe Shark so it leaves a lot up to interpretation.

our own website we are able to release it for free and really quickly to people. The show will be on the website within days of playing it. DP: We do it in hopes that when they hear it maybe next time they will come out and recognize a song. And, maybe when they hear it a second time it will be better than the last version. Each song is broken into individual mp3s or you could download the entire set.

DP: Since no one really knows what it means when they listen to our music they get a picture in their head. DR: You have an interesting description of your music, you call it Carnivorous Spacefunk, what’s that about? AB: It’s really hard to describe your music to people. We would always use too many words and they wouldn’t hone in on anything. So, we decided to go with something out there again. And, if there wasn’t a Carnivorous Spacefunk out there before, now there is. DR: You also describe yourselves as being a, “band of musicians”? AB: We first wanted to clarify that we weren’t a band of thieves. But, also we do try and be a musicians band. When we first started playing the only people who would come out to see us were other musicians. That’s because the band is a show or a spectacle in and of itself. The band is its own entity that has four equal parts. You’re seeing four dudes up on stage together conversing, sharing ideas, bouncing off each other, influencing people to do things they wouldn’t normally be doing. It’s almost like a big experiment. So, that tagline is something that we came to embody and it really says a lot about us now. DP: Yeah, it’s not the kind of thing where you have one beat going with the keys playing one simple line to back up the guitar. We’re not the type of group that has a front man who is the band. We really try to bring out elements that you might not hear in other groups. It’s so hard to be original, but we’re sort of unconventional and we are focused on new ideas. DR: I’ve heard your live performances described as, “A show is expected to contain many facets of a rock and roll incident, with the intimacy and sonic risk most common in a smokey jazz club.” So, that experimental nature of jazz is present in your music? AB: The experimental nature is definitely rooted in jazz music. But, we’re not really jazz musicians. We are musi-

DR: What are a few of your favorite songs to perform? AB: I love them all because I had a hand in writing a lot of them at a very basic level. So, I really have a sweet spot for all of them. DP: I have a different background than most of the guys. I was heavily influenced by bands like Metallica. So, my favorites are the songs that are epic rock and roll that have a tendency to get louder and heavier. There is a song called “The Highway” that I’d go ahead and say if you’re going to listen to one track listen to that one.

Keyboardist Scott Martin, guitar player Adam Bronstein, bass player Mike DiSalvo and drummer Dave Prinzbach at their EBC West show on February 4, 2012. (Photo by Dusten Rader)

cians who were influenced very much by a lot of aspects of jazz. It’s a strange mixture where all the ideas and spirit of it are there. Part of that is because we’re always pushing ourselves to get better and that makes every show different. The spirit of the jam and jazz world is that improvisations change for night to night. So, if we could make every show the same experience we wouldn’t. DP: We’re four different guys who came from very different musical backgrounds. We all have different styles and when we play together we’re not playing one style. We’re playing Carnivorous Spacefunk. It’s a combination of four different instruments and musicians all with an equal share in the overall sound. And, what that is is different from night to night, song to song or minute to minute.

DR: You’re playing two sets here at EBC West tonight, is that usually how your live shows go? AB: We’ve done 45 minute sets where we fire off sort of a best of, but where we really get loose is when we have two full sets. Our rehearsals are usually five to six hour practices so we’re used to playing for long periods of time. But, it is nice sometimes to play those sort of exclamation point sets. DP: Right, and those do sometimes seem like the ones that get us more exposure. A month ago we opened for Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad. They are a huge band so getting to open for bands like them is awesome. We also opened for Yellow Dubmarine which was a shorter set but exposure wise it is just as important.

DR: It’s pretty amazing that you guys have performed over 150 shows in the last three years. AB: It’s been tough, especially because we’ve been trying to release an album. But, then we decide to play some more shows. Because, that’s really where so much of the interest lies. The album we’re recording is going to be a different experience than our live shows. And, that’s because we can’t do what we do live on an album. We’re hoping that it will be different but still reflect what we can do and what we like about music. DR: Have you ever thought about recording a live album? AB: We have actually. We record every one of our live shows and release it for free to stream or download on our website. We want everyone to have it. And, since we manage

DR: So, what are you looking forward to about your next show at Mojo’s of Jamestown? AB: We love Mojo’s, we love the guys who run Mojo’s and we love a bar that really supports good music like Nietzsche’s, EBC West and Mojo’s. Plus, we’re going to take advantage of the killer light show there. And, we have two brand new songs that we’re going to play. The first one is called “Workin’” and the other is an untitled ballad. DP: We’re also really thankful to places like Slyboots in Buffalo. They are great friends of ours and they helped us out so much when we were getting started. For more information on the band including bio, other upcoming shows, photos, live audio and video recordings check out their website at universeshark.com. You can also find them on facebook at facebook.com/pages/Universe-Shark/58942708425.

SUNY Fredonia Family Series To Present Acclaimed Children’s Performer Contributed Article Doug Osborne-Coy

Critically-acclaimed and Grammy-nominated recording artist Red Grammer has set the gold standard for writing and performing contemporary children’s music. On Friday, Feb. 10, he will perform at 7 p.m. in Marvel Theater as part of the Kaleidoscope Family Series. The “Red Grammer Family Concert” is part of the 201112 Lake Shore Savings Season. The series sponsor is the Observer and the event sponsors are Mark and Michelle Twichell. The concert features

a special guest performance by the Chautauqua Children’s Chorale. Consistently winning awards for music with uplifting themes, innovative lyrics and irresistible melodies, Red and his wife (co-lyricist Kathy Grammer) have created a treasure trove of music for families and classrooms. His music has a universal appeal that cuts across generations, backgrounds, ethnicity and religions. The ideas and themes that permeate the Grammers’ music arise from their belief that children are intelligent, inquisitive and come into this world “prewired” to learn how to work

together and understand each other. The Grammers believe children can “be problemsolvers, embrace diversity and live up to their highest reality… laughing and singing as they go.” Red can be heard nourishing the hearts and souls of both young and old via his multiple award-winning recordings, his numerous appearances on television (The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Nickelodeon, Showtime, PBS and The Disney Channel) and his new video/DVD. Beloved by children and parents around the world, his recordings are also widely used in schools to enrich

conflict resolution and character education programs. One of them, Teaching Peace, was named by The All Music Guide “one of the top five children’s recordings of all time” and was given a Parent’s Choice Classic Children’s Audio Award. Red has recorded six albums for kids and families, two for adults and tours extensively around the world. Joining Red Grammer for the Feb. 10 concert will be special guests The Chautauqua Children’s Chorale. The Chorale was formed in 1988, by Nancy A. Krestic and Dr. Donald P. Lang. Its mis-

sion is to promote excellence in singing and musical growth and give a different dimension to the choral experience for children. The artistic director is Marjorie Bohn. The Chorale is made up of two choirs of children ages 8 to 17: Junior Chorale and Concert Chorale. There are approximately 85 singers in the Chorale. Both choirs perform a wide variety of music, including sacred, classical, secular choral music and contemporary music written for unchanged voices and the concert stage. This concert will feature the 25-member Junior Chorale, which will join Red for two

selections. The Chorale has performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Western New York Chamber Orchestra, the Chautauqua Symphony, the Chautauqua Chamber Singers and several ensembles from the School of Music. This show is approximately 60 minutes long and is recommended for ages 6 through 12, as well as parents and grandparents. Tickets are available through the Ticket Office in the modular complex in the Dods Hall parking lot across from the Williams Center, by phone at 673-3501 or online fredonia.edu/tickets.


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Movie Review - The Woman in Black Star Staff Writer Amber Rinehart

Star Rating: 3.5/5 Stars In 1983, novelist Susan Hill published a story about an isolated house, referred to as the Eel Marsh House, surrounded by fog and mud on the seaside of England. The story revolved around the strange occurrences in this town and specifically this house in the late 1880’s. Young lawyer, Arthur Kipps is sent to Eel Marsh House after the death of homeowner Alice Drablow in order to ensure that all legal matters are settled. While there, he begins to experience strange sounds and movements and believes he sees a woman dressed in all black in and around the house. At the same time, children throughout the town are suddenly dying, seemingly by their own hand. What is the mystery of this town and of this house and who is this woman in black? The novel became an instant hit and is often hailed as one of the greatest modern horror stories in Great Britain. This literary success soon spawned the development of numerous adaptations included two different BBC radio presentations, a long-running play, a made-for-TV movie and now a big budget horror film starring Daniel Radcliffe. The original 1989 version of the film was directed by Herbert Wise, who is best known for his direction of the NBC miniseries The 10th Kingdom in 2000. The film starred Adrian Rawlins as Arthur Kidd (changed from Kipps in this version). For those interested in random trivia, Rawlins and Radcliffe played the same role in different versions of this film and Rawlins also played Radcliffe’s father in the Harry Potter series. Horror movies are considered the hardest genres of films to make. There is no one thing that people are afraid of. There are so many different type of “scares” in movies. Films like The Exorcist or The Shining psychologically scare you, Halloween or Psycho rely on suspense and films like Saw are all about the gore. There is one more major type of scare. The jump scare. Movies that use jump scares generally combine suspense and psychological horror. The music builds and builds as the audience is put more and more on edge just waiting for something to happen. Then when you least expect it, something pops into frame causing you to jump out of

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Dunkirk Movieplex 8 10520 Bennett Road Dunkirk, NY 14048 your seat. The Woman in Black is all about this kind of scare. It builds suspense and horror and keeps the audience in a state of discomfort. There is virtually no gore or violence. The Woman in Black tells the story and terrifies the audience through atmosphere. Set in the late 1880’s, the film has a creepy and haunting feel to it. The constant mist and rain and fog across the scenery of seaside England creates a sense of the unknown. The scares are consistent and the suspense is intense and almost painful at times. With a cast and crew made up primarily of British actors, the film has a very authentic feel. Admittedly the crisp high-definition camera work does look almost too pristine for the murky setting at times, but the film does a great job of putting the audience in an eerie and ominous location. Director James Watkins is a newcomer to the big screen offering The Woman in Black as his first major motion picture. The real draw of this movie does not just come from its direction though, it comes from the subtle writing and performances. Screenwriter Jane Goldman (whose previous works include everything from X-Men: First Class to Stardust to The Debt) crafts the novel into a story that translates to the big screen really well. No it is not a perfect movie. It has a few “what the heck” moments and there are certainly times you want to slap Arthur and question his logic, but it’s the kind of movie that you find yourself thinking about hours later. Even though you were not scared when you left the theatre or were like me and laughed every time something on the screen scared you, hours later you realize you are still a little on edge. No matter what your favorite style of horror movie, that is a fun feeling to have. This movie made my list a few weeks ago as one of the most anticipated films of the

year. The main reason for this was the audience’s curiosity as to whether or not Daniel Radcliffe would ever be able to escape being stuck as Harry Potter forever. Some people are complaining about Radcliffe’s performance, but I honestly think its only because he was Harry Potter. Had it been some unknown actor playing the role and giving the exact same performance, I think people would be giving far more praise. During the first ten minutes of the film all I could think was “Why does Harry Potter have a son”, “When did Harry Potter earn a law degree”, What’s up with Harry Potter’s mutton chops?” Shortly it became “Why is Arthur not listening to the villagers, “Why is Arthur staying the night at the house?” Radcliffe does a wonderful job breaking out from his Harry Potter background and becoming something completely different and believable. The really important thing to mention about The Woman in Black is the studio that made the film. The Woman in Black is a product of the legendary Hammer Studios. Hammer Studios was founded in England in 1934 and specialized in “gothic” films. They rose to fame during the 1950’s through the 1970’s with their remakes of the Universal monster movies. The Mummy, Dracula and Frankenstein were all remade into numerous films that made Hammer a leader in movie horror. With The Woman in Black it is great to see Hammer Studios create gothic horror again. The Woman in Black is not a perfect horror movie. It does tend to turn into the Dan Radcliffe show and does rely heavily on classic horror motifs. Anybody who watches horror movies will be able to predict the events and scares in this film, but it is still a solid effort and a fun night at the theatre.

The Vow (PG13) 5:00, 7:15, 9:30, 11:45 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG) 4:40, 6:50, 9:00, 11:15 Safe House (R) 4:30, 7:00, 9:30, 11:55 Man on a Ledge (PG13) 5:00 The Grey (R) 7:15, 9:45 The Woman in Black (PG13) 4:30, 6:40, 8:45, 11:00 Underworld: Awakening (R) 4:30, 9:05, 11:05 The Descendants (R) 7:45, 10:15 One for the Money (PG13) 6:45 Chronicle (PG13) 4:30, 6:30, 8:30, 10:30 We Bought a Zoo (PG) 5:15

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Business Profile:

by Patricia Pihl Star Staff Writer

Your package needs to be shipped, so you find an old box, wrap the contents in newspaper, stand in line and pay shipping - all the while hoping that you got the best rate, it arrives on time and undamaged. What if there was a better, more convenient way? Roger Britz of Box Monkey Pack and Ship Postal Service in the D&F Plaza in Dunkirk believes his business provides a service with more choice and greater convenience. Using FedEX, UPS, the US Postal Service and DHL, Box Monkey will find the best price, fastest service, provide shipping materials and will even pack items for customers. “I’m surprised there haven’t

Box Monkey Pack and Ship Postal Service

been more stores like this opened over the years,” says Britz who states that he often used the convenience of ship and pack stores when he was on the road working as a salesman. “I have been wanting to do this for 20 years and really thought there was a need for these little stores.” Box Monkey opened just before Christmas last year, shipping across the country and globe. After a package is weighed, customers then have a chance to view all the rates available through various carriers. “With a franchise, customers are locked into one line. I wanted to be an independent store where I could offer all the shipping options.” Along with the convenience of extended hours, accessibility and plenty of parking, Britz also offers a little advice as well. “The key to shipping

Roger Britz stands behind the counter at his store, Box Monkey Pack and Ship in Dunkirk. Box Monkey is a full service pack and ship store.

is not only the weight of the product but also the size of the box. Right now carriers are starting to charge DIM weight or dimensional weight.” To illustrate his point, Britz

points to a large box, “if you were to put a feather in that box, they’d still charge you $65. I tell my customers when they are ready to ship to get the packing as tight and com-

pact as you can. Not only does prevent breakage, but it also saves money.” Sometimes customers are more interested in getting a package delivered by a certain date- for a birthday or during the holidays, then they are with the cost. “That’s where I’ll come and help them here-teach them how to save money and offer a choice.” Box Monkey also offers private mail boxes, passport photos, copying and faxing, laminating, stamps, key making and moving supplies. Britz, who has owned a number of businesses over the years also offers solutions for small businesses in the area who ship regularly but don’t want the cost that larger carriers charge for pick up. He will also prepare packages for small businesses and ship at

no additional fee. For college students, Box Monkey will also be offering a “Ship It Home, Pack It Here” service allowing students to buy (a box), have it packed and then shipped home. Britz says he is working with the D&F Plaza to provide storage to students at the plaza during summer recess and winter break. In addition, Britz says that he will soon receive accreditation as a NYS Notary Public. Box Money Pack and Ship is located in the D&F Plaza at 1170 Central Avenue in Dunkirk and is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and will have extended hours during the holidays. For more information on its services, customers can call (716) 203 7533, or visit Box Monkey on Facebook.

New Year, New Giving

LINKS Charity Announces 2012 Dates & New $300,000 Pledge to Support Local Breast Cancer Care at WCA Contributed Article WCA Hospital

in its 21st year, LINKS Charity is looking forward to its most ambitious calendar of events and activities yet. Beginning with Pink the Rink last Friday, and continuing with the annual LPGA golf pro-am, golf scramble, and banquet on August 6 and 7, and finishing with the 2nd annual LINKS Pink Walk on Oct. 6, 2012 should prove to be another

record-breaking fundraising year for LINKS Charity. Spearheaded by lead sponsor Truck-Lite and major sponsors Cummins, United Refining Company, and Alstar Ambulance, along with associate sponsors, Veracity Benefits, Jamestown Savings Bank, and The Bilicki Law Firm, LINKS Charity also announced that it is once again taking a leadership role in the local fight against breast cancer by making a new, three-year, $300,000

pledge toward the purchase of 3-D Tomosynthesis. This cutting-edge technology will compliment LINKS Charity’s most recent gift ($275,000) to aid in the diagnosis of breast cancer through the purchase of Digital Mammography which is now operational in the WCA Center for Imaging & Medical Arts “We believe that the 3-D Tomosynthesis is the next logical piece of the puzzle as it will work in conjunction with the new Digital Mam-

mography suite at WCA,” says Brad Van Riper, Senior Vice President for Truck-Lite and Executive Director for LINKS Charity. “The $300,000 pledge is an aggressive goal, but we are confident that the community will support this effort to more effectively diagnose breast cancer.” “Once again, LINKS Charity is proving its extraordinary commitment to local cancer care,” said Betsy T. Wright, President/CEO of WCA Hospital. “We are so thankful

Rotarians Learn About Starflight Contributed Article Jamestown Rotary Club

Debbie Weaver, BSN, CEN, NREMT-P, the chief flight nurse for STARFLIGHT, shared first, why a helicopter came to Jamestown. During World War I, it would take 1218 hours to get a patient from injury to definitive trauma care. The time lessened between each major military conflict: WWII, Korean Conflict and Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, there was a transition into in-flight treatment. Thanks to the advent of the Bell Huey, injury to definitive trauma care time dropped to 75 minutes and the mortality rate dropped to 1.7 percent. STARFLIGHT was started in Jamestown in 1986. The Sherriff ’s department began flying a 1964 Bell Huey. The team shifted to a 1992 Bell 222 from the New Jersey State

Police (the state’s former governor’s personal helicopter). STARFLIGHT’s most recent purchase was made through a county bond in 2008. The team purchased two helicopters from LifeFlight in Pittsburg. The painting and design was done by Rick’s Collision, a local business. In 2011 STARFLIGHT took 900 requests and made 308 flights. There are three reasons for flying patients: a higher level of care, critical care transport, time sensitive treatment. The primary reason for not providing flight services is weather. STARFLIGHTS service area includes W.C.A. Hospital, Westfield, Hospital, Brooks Hospital, Lake Shore Hospital and Warren General Hospital. Most patients are flown to Erie or Buffalo; however, some are flown to Rochester, Cleveland or Pittsburg. It is a 16-20 minute flight to Erie and an 18-24 minute flight to Buffalo. Plan B in any

case (mostly bad weather) is to drive in a customized ambulance. STARFLIGHT is among just five percent of the team’s nationwide to have dual pilots. Both pilots are Sherriff ’s Deputies. Each helicopter has a four-person team comprised of the two pilots, a flight nurse and a flight paramedic. Debbie Weaver is a Long Island native who married a local man and moved to Jamestown in 1984. She graduated from Alfred University with a bachelor’s of science in nursing and is RN credentialed in New York and Pennsylvania. She worked at W.C.A. Emergency Department, and taught at Jamestown Business College. She also worked at Brooks, Lake Shore and Hamot. Debbie has been a STARFLIGHT team member since its inception in 1986.

that through the hard work and generosity of many that the WCA Center for Imaging & Medical Arts will stay on the cutting edge of technology and our community will greatly benefit for many years to come.” LINKS Charity, established in 1991, was co-founded by Mary Blair and Sondra Anderson. Their commitment and passion along with many benevolent volunteers, including Allen Short, Executive Director for the first nineteen

years, LINKS Charity has contributed in excess of $850,000 to local cancer care efforts. If you would like to make a tax-deductible gift to support LINKS Charity, please contact Karl Sisson, WCA Director of Development, at (716) 487-6874 or mail your taxdeductible gift to: WCA Office of Development, P.O. Box 840, Jamestown, New York 147020840.

Tanglewood Group adds Indpendent Homes Contributed Article Cheryl Evan

Over the past decades The Tanglewood Group has worked to meet the needs of seniors in our community. Their journey started in 1984 when they opened Tanglewood Manor, a licensed Assisted Living facility, many will remember as the former “Coca Cola plant”. This once commercial building was transformed into a warm and inviting home for those ready

to give up the responsibilities of home ownership to enjoy a simpler life. In 2001 they expanded their service to the community by constructing Memory Gardens, a memory care facility unlike any other in the area. Residents there live in small secure households where they receive 24 hour memory care. Activities focus on what they can still do, not what skills they have lost, providing them a positive, encouraging environment. In 2007, Comfort Today Adult Day Care was

added where seniors can enjoy a home-like setting and activities that allow them opportunities to socialize with others. Tanglewood continued to grow, and home care was added for those who need an extra hand while living at home. Most recently, six premium built independent homes were added to the Tanglewood community. The Tanglewood Group’s variety of care options make senior living easy at any stage!

Powerful Human Rights Documentary Coming to Jackson Center March 1st Contributed Article Robert H. Jackson Center

On Thursday, March 1 at 7:00 pm, the Invisible Children organization will present the powerful film KONY 2012 at the Robert H. Jackson Center. The documentary focuses on Joseph Kony, a warlord with an international arrest warrant, and advocates both ending the use of child soldiers in the rebel war as well as restoring LRA-affected communities in central Africa to peace and prosperity. A Ugandan speaker will give a presentation in conjunction with the film screening. The program is free and open to the public. Larger groups may inquire regarding reserved seats by calling 716483-6646. This opportunity is presented in partnership with Invisible Children & Freedom4All2Day. In the spring of 2003, three

young filmmakers traveled to Africa in search of a story.... What started out as a filmmaking adventure transformed into much more when these boys from Southern California discovered a tragedy that disgusted and inspired them, a tragedy where children are both the weapons and the victims. After returning to the States, they created the documentary “Invisible Children: Rough Cut,” a film that exposes the tragic realities of northern Uganda’s night commuters and child soldiers. The film was originally shown to friends and family, but has now been seen by millions of people. The overwhelming response has been, “How can I help?” To answer this question, the non-profit Invisible Children, Inc. was created, giving compassionate individuals an effective way to respond to the situation. KONY 2012 is their most ambitious Awareness Campaign yet, and

is part of a national film tour. The Robert H. Jackson Center’s mission is to advance the legacy of Robert H. Jackson—U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Chief U.S. Prosecutor of the major Nazi war criminals following WWII at the International Military Tribunal (IMT) trial at Nuremberg—through education and exhibits, and by pursuing the relevance of his ideas for future generations. The Center is located at 305 East Fourth Street, Jamestown, NY. Tours are available from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday and from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturdays. E-mail at info@roberthjackson.org or visit www.roberthjackson.org. For additional information, contact the Robert H. Jackson Center at (716) 483-6646. The Center can also be found on Facebook (Robert H. Jackson Center fan page) & Twitter (follow RHJCenter).


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JCC Announces FAFSA Assistance Event Contributed Article JCC

College Goal Sunday, a nationwide program that helps students from first generation and low-income families complete their electronic Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, February 11, at Falconer Central School. The event is a service project of the New York State

Financial Aid Administrators Association and the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation and is funded through a grant from the Lumina Foundation. Area students are encouraged to sign up for the event by visiting www.collegegoalsundayny.com or by contacting their high school guidance office. Students should plan to bring at least one parent or guardian, 2011 W2s, completed

federal tax returns, and other important financial documents with them to College Goal Sunday. College financial aid professionals, high school guidance officers, and a tax preparer will be available during the program to provide free assistance to students and their families. Students attending the event will be eligible to win scholarships.

Dunkirk Native Returns to Conduct All-County Jazz Ensemble

Contributed Article Chautauqua County Music Teachers’ Association

Silver Creek, NY—The Silver Creek Central School District will once again host the 2012 Chautauqua County Music Teachers Associationsponsored Winter All-County Concert. This concert will take place on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. This event features the county’s best student musicians from the eighteen school districts located in Chautauqua County, in one of several music ensembles. Featured in this festival are the Elementary Band, Women’s Chorus, Brass Ensemble, Vocal Jazz Chorus, and All-County Jazz Ensemble. Conducting the All-County Elementary Band will be Nicole C. Regan. Mrs. Regan currently teaches instrumental music at Central Valley Elementary School in the Monroe-Woodbury Central School District, located in Orange County, New York. Mrs. Regan is the president of the Orange County Music Educators Association as well as the District Music Coordinator for her school district. She is a graduate of the State University of New York at Potsdam. Dr. Kathleen Shannon is the current director of the College Chorus and the Chamber Singers at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Prior to her current appointment,she had taught fourteen years at West Virginia University where she was the Director of Choral Activities. She also has extensive experience in teaching choral techniques, choral literature, and conducting. Her ensembles have performed regionally, nationally, and internationally. She was recently featured as the soprano soloist in a performance of Leonard Bernstein’sChichester Psalms at Carnegie Hall. This year the Brass Ensemble, which alternates every year with a percussion ensemble, will be conducted by Mrs. Pauline Emilson. Mrs. Em-

ilson graduated from SUNY Fredonia in 1977 with a Bachelor of Music Degree, and received her Masters of Music in 1987. She taught elementary general music in Panama and at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Dunkirk before taking a position as an instrumental music teacher at Westfield Academy and Central School in 1986, where she remained until her retirement in 2009. The All County Vocal Jazz Choir will include over 50 students from twelve districts around the county, and will be led Ms. Jan Rhody from Olean High School. Since 1988, Mrs. Rhody has held both middle school and high school vocal duties, and she currently conducts the High School Select Choir, Concert Choir and Bel Canto singers. In Olean, Rhody performs with the “Jazz Associates,” “Mardi Gras,” “The Gospel Choraliers,” “New York Standard Time,” and the Saint Bonaventure Drumming Group. Ms. Rhody received her Bachelor’s degree at Nazareth College in Rochester and her Master’s in Music Education at Ithaca College. The All-County Jazz Ensemble will be directed by Michael Szczublewski. Mr. Szczublewski is a graduate of Dunkirk High School, and has received degrees from Fredonia State University of New York and SUNY Stonybrook. He currently resides in Maryland where he is a highly soughtafter trumpet artist. Each student is selected first by their school’s music teacher. That list is pared down by the CCMTA chair people, who then select the students (in some cases by audition, teacher recommendation, or through a score received by playing a solo for a New York State-certified music adjudicator) who make the final roster for each group. Other duties of each chairperson include finding the guest conductor to lead the group, compiling and disseminating music to each of the students selected for the

ensemble, and organizing any rehearsals prior to the day of the festival. At long last, the chairperson’s final act is to introduce the guest conductor. It then becomes the students’ moment to shine, showcasing their hard work and talent to an enthusiastic audience of over 500. The concert itself lasts under two hours, but the time and preparation that go into the festival far exceed that moment in time on stage. Students begin rehearsing their music as soon as they receive it sometime in early December from their Chairperson. They may then be required to attend one or two additional rehearsals throughout the months of January and February. On the day of the concert, these dedicated music students begin arriving at the school between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m., for a prompt 9:00 a.m. rehearsal start. The day continues with rehearsals, lunch, and a few small breaks in between, until 4:30 p.m. when the last students dress for the 5 p.m. concert start time. In addition to the Winter All County Festival, CCMTA provides scholarships to area music students to aid the student in continuing music education; sponsors a Solo Evaluation Festival, where students prepare and play for a New York State-certified music adjudicator who in turn provides the student with valuable comments and tips on how to improve his or her musicianship; and hosts a Spring All-County Music Festival each year featuring the Elementary, Junior High, and Senior High Choruses, and the Junior and Senior High All County Bands, held in the Amphitheater of the Chautauqua Institution on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 7:30 pm. For more information, visit www.ccmta.net or contact your school district’s music department

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Holy Family Announces Open House, Tuition Incentives Contributed Article The Catholic Academy of the Holy Family

The Catholic Academy of the Holy Family of Jamestown announces its Open House and Enrollment for traditional Pre-K through 8th grade and Montessori classes from Pre-K through 3rd grade on Thursday, Feb. 16 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. The Open House allows the public to learn more about the school’s curriculum, which includes faith based learning, small class sizes, and developmentally appropriate curriculum. The new science program, GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and

Science), a hands on studies program, will also be on display in the school’s gym from 6 -7 p.m. Holy Family is also offering free tuition for parents of children entering kindergarten who agree to attend and pay for first grade the following year. In addition, the school is offering parents two years to pay for their children’s first grade tuition starting with the beginning of their kindergarten year. In addition, current families who recommend one or two new students will receive 50% off or free tuition respectively. Those new students would also receive half off of their tuition. Application and commitment must be made by

April 30, 2012. Parishioner and non-parishioner tuition rates apply depending on if students are Catholic of noncatholic. The Catholic Academy of the Holy family of Jamestown is accredited by the middle states association, which is a voluntary, non-governmental, membership association that defines, maintains, and promotes educational excellence across institutions with diverse missions, student populations, and resources. For more details, interested persons may contact the school at (716) 483-3245 or stop in for a visit. Holy Family is located at 1135 North Main Street in Jamestown is on the web at www.hfcsweb.org.

JCC Participates In Model European Union Simulation Contributed Article JCC

Several Jamestown Community College students examined the Eurozone crisis with students from the U.S. and Europe during the annual State University of New York Model European Union Simulation (SUNYMEU) held at Exeter University in Great Britain in January. The simulation, which also explored financial issues, cross border drug trafficking, and an EU military task force, is sponsored by the SUNY Institute for European Union Studies and Simulations (IEUSS) and the SUNY Center for Global Affairs. JCC is represented on the IEUSS board of directors by associate professor of political science and global education coordinator Greg Rabb.

SUNYMEU is the first and oldest EU simulation in the country and was established under the leadership of JCC’s political science department in 1988. It is the only transatlantic, student-run model European Union which sends American students to Europe in even years and brings European students to the U.S. in odd years. JCC continues to be the only community college participating in SUNYMEU. JCC represented the government of Sweden during the seven-day program. Representatives included Todd Parke of Olean as prime minister, Shawn Sprankle of Jamestown as foreign minister, Samantha Terry of Jamestown as economics and finance minister, Shawn Lawson of Jamestown as the Swedish ambassador to the EU, and Christina Cardinale and Shane Swann

of Olean as members of the international press. The 25th anniversary of the simulation was also commemorated during the program at Exeter. “With such a wide array of exposure, advantages, information, and culture, the benefits (of SUNYMEU) are unquestionable,” said Rabb. “The conference brings students together from all over the world to unify them through hands-on learning and to help them create longlasting relationships.” Parke received an award at the SUNYMEU closing banquet for his work as prime minister. JCC’s course on the EU simulation is taught via interactive television technology between the Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses.

Fundraising Success, Board Developments and Jackson Birthday Event Contributed Article Robert H. Jackson Center

The Robert H. Jackson Center is pleased to announce that thanks to all who contributed to the 2011 Annual Fund Challenge, we reached our goal of raising $100,000, which the Board of Directors then matched! It is very heartening to have your dedicated, strong and growing support for the Jackson Center’s mission. The Robert H. Jackson Center, which last year celebrated its 10th anniversary, is excited to announce new board leadership. Stan Lundine, who performed superb and generous service as chair during 2010-11, last week passed the gavel to fellow board member David M. Crane. Crane, a professor at Syracuse University College of Law, is the former Chief Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone and the driving force behind the Jackson Center’s annual International Humanitarian Law Dialogs. We thank Lundine for his outstanding service (which continues as a board member) and welcome Crane to his new position! The Jackson Center is also

pleased to announce the appointment of Peggy Morgan of Warren, Pa, to the Board of Directors. Morgan is a former PBS writer/producer, teacher, grant writer, adjunct professor at SUNY-JCC, faculty consultant for ETS College Board in Princeton, NJ and most recently, a Chautauqua Institution Summer School and Elderhostel lecturer. Her extensive experience also includes serving on the board for the Warren Concert Association, chairing the Woman’s Club of Warren Scholarship Program, participating in a joint US/China delegation on “Women in Law, Business and Education” and membership on Penn State Public Broadcasting’s Board of Representatives. On Feb. 13 at 7 p.m., Peggy Morgan and Sandy Rothenberg will co-host at the Warren County Courthouse the annual event honoring Justice Jackson’s birthday. This year will mark his 120th. The program, which is free and open to the public, will feature Lisa and Rich Gensheimer (Main Street Media) preview-

ing segments of their forthcoming documentary on Robert H. Jackson, Liberty Under Law (working title), followed by an interactive “Talk-Back” session with the audience. The film, the latest in their “Stories from the Past that Shape Our Future” series, chronicles the life and legacy of Robert Jackson, a native of Spring Creek in Warren County, Pa. For more information, call 716-483-6646 or emailinfo@ roberthjackson.org.


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YWCA Westfield News By Katie Smith Contributing Writer

YWCA Annual Meeting The YWCA annual meeting has been set for Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 5:30 PM. “This is an occasion for our members and other interested individuals to hear reports on our 2011 accomplishments and activities,” reported board president Ivy Higginbotham. “those in attendance will hear from our Executive Director, Katie Smith, our child services director Brenda Backus as well as other staff members and board officers.” Reservations are requested but not required, please call the YWCA at 326.2011.

Spa Day Spa Day committee co chairs Deanna Scharf and Phyllis Firth-Gutz are pleased to announce the vendor participation for the event continues to grow! “We’re pleased to add Shults Auto, Westfield Hospital and Joan Fletcher to our list of providers,” reported Ms. Scharf. “The response and willingness to help has been outstanding,” continued Ms. Firth-Gutz. “this will be a day of spa services, vendor visits and other activities for anyone who attends.” Doors open at 10 AM and services will be available until 3 PM. Pre sale tickets are encouraged since a limited number will be available at the door. The $20 ticket can be reserved by calling the Y at 326.2011 or stopping in at 58 S. Portage St. In addition

to the spa services and vendor displays, a basket raffle will be featured, refreshments will be available and the entire YWCA building will be open to the visitors. Fitness Center To celebrate the spa day and Women’s Expo, the YWCA fitness center will be open and available at no charge during the Feb. 11 event. Both members and non members alike will have the ability to use the fitness room. Fitness Upgrades “We’re very close to beginning the work!” That’s the report from YWCA Executive Director, Katie Smith. “the fitness members have been very generous with their donations and in the next couple weeks we expect to meet our goal

and begin repairing the walls and painting the fitness center. One that is done we will install a flat screen TV and make the room much more comfortable and user friendly. The people who use the fitness center have also been very patient,” she continued. “We determined in house we wanted the money in hand before we started this, the YWCA didn’t want to carry any debt related to this project!” Donations can be mailed to the YWCA or delivered to the office. Space Available The YWCA reminds members of the community that there are bedrooms and meeting rooms available to accommodate their overnight guests or large gatherings. “Often when company comes there aren’t enough bedrooms or the din-

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ing room doesn’t hold all the family members for dinner, the YWCA is the perfect solution,” said facilities manager Nancy Tresler ‘we’re pleased to be able to offer our facility for rent. The assembly room holds over 50 people and there is a full service kitchen included in that rental. I encourage people to call soon and make their reservations.” YWCA Westfield Arts and Crafts Festival The YWCA Westfield has issued a reminder: the dates for the annual arts and crafts festival are Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28, 2012. This long standing show will be celebrating its’ 40 year anniversary and the 20th year the YWCA has been involved. It will again be held in Moore Park, rain or shine.

Local residents interested in displaying hand crafted items are encouraged to log onto the YWCA website at www.ywcawestfield.org for an application or contact the YWCA at 326.2011 to request one. Youth Center The YWCA Youth Center is open every Thursday evening at 7 pm. Middle/High School boys and girls are welcome to visit the Y and participate. Supervision is provided, the gym and game rooms are open for activities. Pre registration is not required, walk ins are welcome. More information is available by calling the Y at 326.2011 and speaking with Michele Meleen.

Inks, “imported” from New Jersey. Of course, this inevitably sent me down a spiral of negative thinking. Although I know that the craft companies may not have the necessary manufacturing facilities available in the United States, I can’t help but feel guilty for my scrapbooking hobby contributing to global warming and and the decline of the American economy. It’s reminds me of the old “Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?” chaos theory concept. (Yes, it can.) Does my use of recycled products cancel out the carbon footprint of my new products? (No, at least, not yet.) Did I help eliminate an American job, even though I shopped at an American store? (Hard to tell.) Am I responsible for helping to destroy the world? (Probably. I have a habit of doing that. We’re all doomed.) Will my crafty ends justify the means? (Maybe.) Now the pressure’s on to create something spectacular! If anything, I got more out of

this shopping trip than just the items I bought. It helped me become more conscious about the purchases I make, where they come from, and what goes into getting them from Point A to Point B. It’s impossible to avoid foreignmade products altogether, but when and if the choice presents itself, I’ll be going for the American product. It looks like Tim Holtz is about to get richer. This week’s pick : Michael’s, 279 E. Fairmount Ave., Lakewood, NY 14750, (716) 763-5111. I’m disappointed with their coupon policy (one per day) but the collection of Martha Stewart craft supplies is the biggest and the best. Anne Walterich is the owner of Sunset Scrapbooks, a photo preservation service. When not contemplating the environmental impact of stickers, she can be found online at SunsetScrapbooks.com and at Twitter.com/SunsetScrapbook.

Scrapbooking Today Scrap Haul: Michael’s

By Anne Walterich Contributing Writer

By now, the December holidays are long over. The decorations have once again carefully packed away, the New Year’s resolutions are not so resolved, and, most importantly, the radio is no longer saturating aural canals with sugar-coated carols. Yet, until last week, there was one part of the Christmas spirit that was still with me : a gift card for Michael’s. I have the best sister in the world. Thanks, Regina. It’s rare for me to shop at Michael’s. I’ve always found the scrapbooking selections lacking, the prices higher and the sales disappointing. They always seem to be out of what I come in looking for, so I’ve steered my purchasing toward small, independent stores for specialty products and A.C. Moore, Joann’s or eBay for tools and basic supplies. Besides, there isn’t one close to my house.

Armed with my gift card, I sat down at my computer, ready to do some online shopping. I was shocked that in 2012 there was no shopping cart on their website. (Get with it, Michael’s! You’re losing potential sales!) Therefore, to use the card, I had to venture into the store. I managed to spend $48.32 of my $50 card on the following: EK Success Cutter Bee Retractable Craft Knife, $12.99, minus a 50% off coupon. My first Cutter Bee knife broke over the holidays, and I already had a pack of replacement blades, so it made sense to purchase another one. Cricut Paper Trimmer, $9.99. It’s light and portable for traveling, yet sturdy enough for everyday use. If it gets lost or stolen at a crop, I’ll feel less upset than if I had bought a more expensive trimmer that does the same job, just as well. We R Memory Keepers Brad Setter and Piercing Tool, $6.99. I needed a new piercer,

and thought this one was sturdy and ergonomic. Upon testing, it turns out that the wavy handle just looks good and is not as easy on the grip as I had hoped. The piercing end is sharp and does what it’s meant to do. I’ve never found setting brads to be that difficult, but the triangular shaped spreading and setting end does make the job easier and would be helpful to someone with arthritis. Recollections “Big One Double” clear date stamps, $5.99. These are general and will wind up on many projects. The bracket also looks like a mustache, so I’m sure to have

fun with that. Studio G Value Wood Alphabet stamp sets, $1.00 each. I bought four, knowing I’ll get a lot of mileage from these tiny fonts. Upon testing, I stamped a wooden square. It turns out that the rubber had separated from that stamp. I tried several more, without incident. I’ll have to be careful with these. Again, if I should lose them at a crop, I won’t be too upset. Royal Langnickel Rub-On Alphabet Transfers, 99 cents. Another general lowercase alphabet in black. Tim Holtz Distress Ink by Ranger in Frayed Burlap and Walnut Stain, $4.99 each. I love every one of his colors, but stick to purchasing the basics because I use them so often. Upon returning home and looking at the packages, I was disappointed. Most were made in China, with Korea and Taiwan in there as well. The only American-made products were the Ranger

Keeping the Faith

Dear Pastor, it seems that my prayers don’t get answered. What am I doing wrong?

By Rev. Michael Lokietek Family Church of Chautauqua County

Last week we looked at how faith contributes to getting our prayers answered. We

saw that in Mark 11:24, Jesus said that when you add faith to your prayers, you will see them answered. We also mentioned that it’s important to not speak contrary to your own prayers. This will undermine your own prayers and hinder the answers. This week we want to continue on speaking in faith. At the end of Mark 22, Jesus tells us that we can have what we say. This is true whether we are speaking in line with

God’s Word…or against it! It’s important to realize, however, that when we talk against our own prayers, we are not just demonstrating a lack of support for our prayers, we are actually creating more of the thing we are praying against! Some time ago I read a newspaper article concerning depression in pre-teen girls. The study cited found that those girls who got together with friends and complained about their problems were actually

more likely to develop depression and increase anxiety. The psychologist’s conclusion was, “what you say and think actually influences what you feel.” They recommended using “happy talk” as a diversion or talking about solutions rather than just talking about the problems. Isn’t it funny that it took a million dollar study to come to the same conclusion that God wrote in His Word so long ago? So you see that how we speak

can influence our prayers… for or against! We must even be aware of what we say when we pray. Too many people try to use prayer as an opportunity to “vent” their negative feelings. They spent lots of time crying but have no faith in what God has already said in His Word. Are your prayers just complaints, or are you actually asking for God’s intervention? Better yet…are you standing on His Word and telling God, in faith, that

you believe His promises? For example…rather than just telling God that you are sick (complaint), wouldn’t it be better to say, “I will get better.” Better yet…how about saying, “I am healed because God says that I am (Isaiah 53:4, Matt. 8:17).” When we line up how we speak with what God promises us, our prayers will take on more effectiveness. Next week…other hindrances to prayer.

your talent. He is impressed with faithfulness. God looks at the character and integrity of one’s heart before putting them into ministry. 1 Timothy 1:12 says, “And I thank Christ Jesus…for that He counted me FAITHFUL, putting me into the ministry.” 2 Timothy 2:21 tells us that we need to undergo a process before we become “fit for the Master’s use.” Any pastor that would put strangers into the ministry without proving them first is putting the people of God at risk. I have seen people who have aided in the destruction of their marriage by saying nothing but negative things

about their spouse. They then leave the church when they are not allowed to teach a class. Go figure. People think the church is a performance stage. Church is a place of divine stewardship where God’s most special resource is cared for and nurtured. It is not a place where novices practice on the lives of people. We need to remember that we will be judged for what we’ve brought into the House of God as much as what we’ve taken out of it.

Weekly Word Church Hoppers

Rev. Tim Stahlman Family Church of the Southern Tier

Psalm 92:13 says, “Those that be PLANTED in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God.” A church hopper can never be planted. They uproot themselves over and over again from church to church and they will never flourish. They’re like

tumbleweed when instead they should have grown into powerful oak trees like God planned. Oak trees are planted and can weather any storm. Tumbleweed is blown, tossed, and destroyed. Are you ready to take the church hopper test? If you have left a church for any of the following reasons then you are a church hopper. Reason #1: If you have ever left a church because of something the pastor said when he or she was clearly making a point from the Word of God then you are a church hopper. Maybe you heard a

pastor teach on money or sinful vices and you didn’t like it and you decided to go to another church. 2 Timothy 4:3 says, “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers having itching ears.” Perhaps you left a church after being there a while without even having the common courtesy to talk to the pastor first. If that is the case then you are the worst form of church hopper there is. A pastor spends hours studying and praying for you and then you disappear. He or she will then spend several

more hours of thought and effort trying to figure out where you are when they could have been tending to someone in need. Church hoppers don’t just steal from themselves; they steal from the Body of Christ. Reason #2: If you have gone church to church searching for a place to share your “gift” or “talent” then you are a church hopper. I can’t tell you how many musicians have come to Family Church to “play” for us. They think because they have a talent that it qualifies them for ministry. God isn’t impressed with


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For the first time in school history and local women's college basketball history, the St. Bonaventure women are ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll. (St. Bonaventure sports information photo)

By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

They say patience is a virtue. Just in case waiting for their entire existence wasn’t long enough, each of the past three weeks served as a final interview of sorts. And the Bonnies passed — numerous times. On the cusp of the Associated Press Top 25 since the calendar turned to 2012, the St. Bonaventure women’s basketball team finally cracked the national rankings Monday morning for the first time in school history. "The ranking is a great piece of national recognition that our players have worked extremely hard to achieve," head coach Jim Crowley said. "While we're certainly excited and proud of the ranking, we need to make sure that our focus remains on the next game." In fact it’s the first time any of the

local Big 4 colleges in Western New York (Canisius, Niagara and the University at Buffalo) had a women’s basketball team chosen to be in the Top 25 of either poll. The Bonnies sit at No. 25, and received more than double the amount of points of the highest unranked team, DePaul. The Bonnies are 22-2 and 9-0 in the Atlantic 10. The 22 wins are the third most in the country only behind No. 1 Baylor (23-0) and No. 2 Notre Dame (23-1). In addition, the Bonnies own the nation’s top road record at 10-0. The St. Bonaventure women started playing Division I basketball in 1986-87. They had never won more than 20 games until four years ago, but the program has never reached the NCAA Tournament, nor been ranked in the Top 25. Up until this week, the Bonnies had been agonizingly close for each of the past three weeks, including receiving the highest amount of votes to not be ranked

last week. Heading into play Monday night, St. Bonaventure was rated the No. 12 team in the country according to the Ratings Percentage Index (RPI), the most prominent measure the NCAA Selection Committee uses to select teams for the NCAA Tournament. They’re also 9-2 against RPI Top 100 teams, with each of their two losses coming against RPI Top 25 teams in Delaware (No. 6) and Villanova (No. 16). Also of note, the women are the first team ranked, men or women, of any of the Big 4 teams since January of 1971. That year, the St. Bonaventure men fell out of the rankings after reaching the Final Four the year before. The Bona women put their undefeated record on the line last night — after publishing — against UMass for a men’s and women’s doubleheader in Amherst, Mass.

Jenn Suhr clears 16 feet at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix held in Boston last Saturday. (AP photo)

By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

This past Saturday, Fredonia native Jenn Suhr broke the American pole vaulting record with a jump of 16 feet at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix held in Boston, Mass. According to the Associated Press, Suhr had a sore Achilles tendon, but still planned on competing at the Millrose Games held in New York City this Saturday, Feb. 11, another prep for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Suhr, (formerly Stuczynski) was born in Fredonia and graduated from Fredonia High School in 2000. She was recently ranked the No. 1 women’s pole vaulter in the world according to the Track and Field News Rankings. The 16-feet clearance wasn’t just the highest American feat, but also placed her second all time behind Continued on pg 8

Jamestown Can Clinch Second Straight League Title Thursday By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

With a 66-50 win over Sweet Home Tuesday night, Jamestown moved on the verge of clinching ECIC I, a chance they’ll get Thursday night at Frontier. Tommy Campion led the Red Raiders (15-1, 12-0) with a game-high 17 points. It was a good showing for Campion who struggled his last time out against Williamsville North — outside of his game-winning shot of course. Senior Adam Cecchini went out with 15 points in his last game at home. Fellow seniors Kareem Walker had eight points, Kevin Diaz had five and Ben Whitney had one. Jamestown didn’t pull away until a big third quarter, which has become a bit of a trademark for Ben Drake’s squad. They led by just eight points at halftime. Now, Jamestown, which owns a twogame lead on Frontier, can clinch back-to-back ECIC I titles with a win on the Falcons homecourt Thursday. Frontier has won five in a row since their 46-point thrashing at the hands of Jamestown back a month ago. The win would also clinch the top Senior Mike Donaldson had just seven points Tuesday night, but Dunkirk didn't spot in Section VI’s AA Tournament. need much offense as they cruised 104-43 over Lake Shore. (Photo by Al Gens) Jamestown will then finish their regular season next Wednesday at Lancaster. Dunkirk 104, Lake Shore 43 It was an easy non-league game for the Dunkirk Marauders, who cruised over Lake Shore Tuesday night. Kevin Holmes had 34 points and Josh Mleczko added 22 as Dunkirk ran all over Lake Shore early. The Marauders (14-2, 8-2 CCAA I) led 54-17 at halftime. Evan Ahlstrom (14) and Jacob Lockett (10) were also both in double-digits while the Marauders didn’t need a whole lot of scoring from their catalyst, Mike Donaldson (7). The win doesn’t do anything in terms Adam Cecchini scored 15 points in his final regular season home game at of seeding or divisional standing, Jamestown. The Red Raiders won easy 66-50 over Sweet Home. (Photo by but Dunkirk did get some help Chris Winkler)

from Olean, who crushed AlleganyLimestone to give Dunkirk some breathing room for the two spot in CCAA I. Dunkirk will play in the B-1 Tournament for sectionals. It’s going to be another loaded bracket as Dunkirk will be joined by Class B’s top ranked team in Olean. Also in the bracket are Tonawanda, Depew, East and Newfane. All are in consideration for the Top 10 in the Buffalo News small school poll and Tonawanda is No. 12 in the state according to the latest state polls. So long as Dunkirk can win out, they’re likely to be no worse than fourth. Dunkirk still has two games left and plays Fredonia Saturday at Cassadaga Valley High School. They’ll finish their season against Allegany-Limestone Monday at Silver Creek High School. Silver Creek 57, Randolph 54 The Black Knights clinched the CCAA II league title with a close win on the road against Randolph. Just four players registered points for Silver Creek with Steve Marcey leading the way with 19 points. Zeddie Williams also had 18 points and Kaine Kettle had 14. The win moves Silver Creek to 14-1 and 10-1 in CCAA II. With just one league game left against Frewsburg next Tuesday, no team can catch the Black Knights. Silver Creek then ends the season with Fredonia next Thursday. Silver Creek is ranked No. 10 in the state in Class C according to the New York State Sportswriters Association. They’re just No. 9 in the Buffalo News’ small schools rankings, but that ranking also included Class B schools. The C-2 Tournament will be one of the tougher tourney’s around Section VI, especially amongst the Southern Tier. Besides Silver Creek, Maple Grove, Westfield and Buffalo city school Seneca make up a pretty solid top four across the bracket.

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High School Basketball Results ... See B-2

Jamestown Ironmen Results ... See B-5

Sabres News... See B-7


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SUNYAC Swimming And Diving Championships On Line At Flickinger Center

Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information

FREDONIA, N.Y. — Fredonia State women will be looking to dominate diving events and improve in swimming events during the SUNYAC championship meet starting Wednesday. The divers are led by threetime SUNYAC champ and All-American junior Sarah Ficarro. She has won the 3-meter competition the last two seasons and is ranked No. 1 in the event heading into the meet, which runs through Saturday at the Flickinger Center in Buffalo. Ficarro is the No. 3 seed off the 1-meter board, just behind sophomore teammate and 2011 Second Team All-SUNYAC selection Ashley Keller. Ficarro was First Team All-SUNYAC last year. Ficarro and Keller together

with four teammates — senior Leanne Kies, sophomores Katelyn Hayley and sophomore Breena Cogliandro, and freshman Heather Colby — comprise six of the top 3-meter divers on the performance list. They rank as high as second and as low as 12th on the 1-meter board. In swimming events, the Blue Devils enter the meet with numerous top 10 seeds in the performance lists. Stephanie Andrasek, a junior, is the highest-seeded swimmer among the Blue Devils — second in the 100-yard breaststroke. She is also third in the 200-yard breaststroke, and seventh in the 200-yard individual medley. Elizabeth Schake, a junior, is third in the 50-yard freestyle, third in the 100-yard butterfly, and fourth in the 100-yard freestyle. In the 500-yard freestyle, the quartet of junior Lizzie

medley, the 200-yard medley, the 800-yard freestyle, and the 400-yard freestyle. Fredonia State finished fourth at the 2011 meet.

Estanislau ranked second in three events

The three-day event held at the Burt Flickinger Center in downtown Buffalo is the premier event for SUNYAC swimming and diving. It began Wednesday. (submitted photo)

Lodinsky, junior Emily Ginty, sophomore Jennifer Smith, and sophomore Kristen Champoux will be looking to add points. They are fourth, sixth, seventh, and ninth, respectively, on the performance lists. Lodinsky is also third in the 1,650-yard freestyle and sixth in the 200 free. Smith is fifth in the 1,650 free and eighth in the 200 free. Champoux is eighth in the 1,650..

Courtney Schmidt, a junior, is fourth in the 200-yard breaststroke and sixth in the 400-yard individual medley. The Blue Devils are fourth and fifth in the 100-yard backstroke with freshmen Steph Rosa and Camille Follman. Rose is fourth, Follman seventh, and Ginty eighth in the 200-yard backstroke. Blue Devil women are ranked third in five relays – the 200yard freestyle, the 400-yard

On the men's side, Fredonia State sophomore John Estanislau is ranked second in three events heading into the SUNYAC. Estanislau, a Second Team All-SUNYAC selection as a freshman, is No. 2 in the 50yard freestyle, the 100-yard butterfly, and the 100-yard freestyle. He was third in the 50 free and fifth in the 100 butterfly at last year's championships. Eric Jordan, a sophomore, also holds a No. 2 spot on the premeet performance lists. He is ranked second in the 200-yard backstroke, as well as fifth in the 100-yard backstroke.

Junior diver Ryan Fuller enters the meet ranked second in the 3-meter and third in the 1-meter. Two teammates, senior John Rodman and sophomore Josh Croft, will join Fuller on both boards. Rodman is fifth in the 1-meter and sixth in the 3-meter, while Croft is sixth in the 1-meter and eighth in the 3-meter. Other top 10 rankings among the Blue Devils: Sophomore Andrew Case, sixth in the 200-yard butterfly, ninth in the 100-yard butterfly, and 10th in the 100-yard backstroke; and sophomore Adrian Van Hall is ninth in the 500-yard freestyle and 10th in the 1,650-yard freestyle. The top ranked relay team is the No. 3 seeded 200-yard freestyle quartet. Like the women, the men finished fourth at last year's championship.

Bryant Named SUNYAC, ECAC Player of the Week Compiled Report Star Staff

CENTERVILLE, Mass. — The Eastern College Athletic Conference Tuesday announced the men's basketball players of the week for Divisions I, II and III (four regions), for the period ending Feb. 5.

Plattsburgh, he shot 6-of-8 from the floor, hitting 13 of his 18 freethrow attempts, to push Fredonia State to 7-6 in conference play. Bryant also cracked the Blue Devils' Top 25 in career scoring (866, 22nd) and rebounding (419, 21st). He shot 76.2 percent from the floor off 16-of-21 shooting and showed poise at the line, going 17of-22 (77.3 percent). In addition,

Fredonia State senior forward Julius Bryant was honored as the Upstate New York recipient after earning the SUNYAC Player of the Week Award on Monday. Bryant averaged 24.5 points in a pair of close conference matchups for the Blue Devils. In a 73-69 win over Potsdam, Bryant scored 24 points, grabbing six boards. In Saturday's 63-60 victory over

he added 5.0 rebounds per game, 2.5 assists per game and 0.5 blocks per game. Bryant kicked off his scoring weekend with a 24-point, six-rebound performance in a 73-69 win over Potsdam. The Blue Devils improved to 12-7 overall and 7-6 in the SUNYAC, winning five of the last six games.

Men, Women Fall To UB On Senior Day Contributed Article

St. Bonaventure Sports Information

ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — On senior day, Mike Murphy broke the program record on the 3-meter board as the St. Bonaventure men's swimming and diving team fell to the University of Buffalo 150-92 in their final regular season meet before the Atlantic 10 Championships. Murphy, earned a first-place finish in the 3-meter dive. He had a combined score of 350.70, which was a program record. He broke his own record of 340.28 that he set last season at Penn State. In the 1-meter event he finished in second-place with a score of 301.50. Dominic Butts-Ealy finished in fifth-place in the 3-meter (244.20) and fourth-place in the 1-meter (273.08). In the 1,000-yard freestyle, the Bonnies

Both of the St. Bonaventure's men's and women's swimming and diving teams are off for two weeks until the Atlantic 10 championships held at the Burt Flickinger Center in downtown Buffalo, Feb. 22-25. (St. Bonaventure Sports Information Department)

grabbed the top two spots. Elias Homerin finished in first-place (9:57.83) and John Mackiewicz finished in second-place, touching the wall at 10:15.72. Vatslav Lets earned two second-place finishes and one third-place finish. In the 200-yard freestyle he finished in second-place with a time of 1:42.95. In the 200-yard backstroke his finished in second-place (1:51.86) and in the 100-yard butterfly he finished in third-place (52.99). In the 50-yard freestyle, Nathan Destree finished in second-place (22.00) and James Martin finished in third-place (22.02). Martin finished in second-place (47.29) in the 100yard freestyle and Destree finished in thirdplace (49.23). Continued on pg 10

2011-12 Boys Basketball Standings (Through Feb .7)

CCAA I Olean Dunkirk Allegany-Limestone Fredonia Southwestern Falconer Gowanda

W-L Div W-L 14-1 9-0 13-2 8-2 10-5 7-2 6-9 5-5 5-10 3-7 2-13 1-8 2-13 0-9

CCAA II Silver Creek Portville Randolph Cassadaga Valley Salamanca Frewsburg Catt/Little Valley

W-L Div W-L 13-1 9-1 10-6 7-3 10-4 6-3 8-8 5-5 8-7 4-5 6-9 2-7 1-14 0-9

CCAA III Maple Grove Westfield Chautauqua Lake Pine Valley Franklinville Ellicottville Forestville

W-L Div W-L 10-3 8-0 10-4 7-1 7-8 6-3 6-8 4-4 7-8 2-7 2-12 2-7 4-11 1-8

CCAA IV Sherman Panama Clymer North Collins Brocton West Valley Ripley

W-L Div W-L 12-3 8-1 11-3 7-1 8-5 6-1 10-5 5-4 4-8 2-6 2-12 1-7 0-13 0-9

ECIC I Jamestown Frontier Williamsville North Clarence Sweet Home Lancaster Orchard Park West Seneca West

W-L Div W-L 14-1 11-0 10-3 8-2 9-6 7-4 9-7 5-6 5-10 4-7 5-10 4-7 4-10 3-7 3-12 1-10

W-L Div W-L 13-1 8-0 12-4 8-2 9-6 7-2 7-7 4-5 4-11 3-7 1-10 1-8 1-12 1-8

ECIC I Lancaster Jamestown Clarence Frontier Sweet Home Orchard Park West Seneca West Williamsville North

W-L Div W-L 13-0 11-0 11-3 9-1 8-5 7-4 7-6 6-4 8-7 6-5 4-11 2-9 2-11 1-10 1-13 1-10

2011-12 Girls Basketball Standings (Through Feb .7)

CCAA I Southwestern Olean Allegany-Limestone Gowanda Falconer Dunkirk Fredonia

W-L Div W-L 14-2 10-1 9-5 8-2 7-8 6-4 7-8 4-6 4-12 4-6 5-11 3-7 1-15 1-10

Class AA (at Jamestown) • Clarence 227.5 • Kenmore West 207 • Lockport 202 • Lancaster 160.5 • Niagara Falls 145.5 • Niagara Wheatfield 137 • West Seneca West 101 • Jamestown 80 • Williamsville. North 70

CCAA II Frewsburg Randolph Portville Cassadaga Valley Silver Creek Salamanca Catt/Little Valley

W-L Div W-L 13-2 9-0 13-2 8-2 10-4 7-2 6-8 5-5 6-10 4-7 4-11 2-9 1-13 0-10

CCAA III Chautauqua Lake Ellicottville Maple Grove Pine Valley Forestville Westfield Franklinville

W-L Div W-L 12-1 8-1 9-6 7-2 8-6 6-2 8-7 5-4 6-7 2-5 5-10 1-8 3-13 1-9

CCAA IV Clymer Sherman Panama West Valley North Collins Brocton Ripley

2012 Wrestling Championships Results • Frontier 51 • Orchard Park 51 • North Tonawanda 27 Class A (at Starpoint) • Iroquois 236 • West Seneca East 217 • Lake Shore 215 • Williamsville East 173 • Grand Island 115.5 • Wiliamsville South 99.5

• Amherst 97.5 • Hamburg 93 • Sweet Home 82 • Starpoint 67 • Kenmore East 35 • Dunkirk 27 Class B (at Lew-Port) • Lew-Port 259 • Pioneer 189.5 • Olean 187.5

• Tonawanda 139 • Newfane 138 • Cheektowaga 129 • Albion 90 • Lackawanna 77 • East Aurora 61.5 • Depew 54.5 • Maryvale 19 • Springville 13

Class C (at Falconer) • Roy-Hart 198.5 • Fredonia 190.5 • Eden 171.5 • Alden 149.5 • Falconer 138.5 • Gowanda 132.5 • Southwestern 119 • Akron 84 • Catt-Little Valley/Pine Valley 82

• Wilson 80.5 • Medina 70 • Allegany-Limestone 45 Class D (at Chautauqua Lake) • Ripley/Westfield 204.00 • Franklinville 145.00 • Randolph 138.5 • Maple Grove 128.5 • Chautauqua Lake 125.0


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Chris Winkler COMMENTARY

Monday I watched Kobe Bryant move into fifth place d all-time on the NBA’s scoring list, passing former teammate Shaquille O’Neal in the all isprocess and finished his night tyle with 28 points in a 95-90 loss to my Philadelphia 76ers. But to me, the story was how unfazed America seems to be d with Bryant. Granted, I don’t have the pulse of this country and ESPN’s SportsCenter did s more than their fair share covering it. Shouldn’t this be bigger, I thought? Bryant sits just about 3,000 short of Wilt Chamberlain for fourth place and about e, another thousand after that cks sits Michael Jordan for third. Kobe, at just 33 years old, is all but guaranteed to pass - those two probably sometime win after next season considering a healthy Bryant still -7 scores about 2,000 points per , season. es. But for whatever reason, the five-time NBA Champion still finds a way to stay under the radar when it comes to determining this era’s best player. n- Again, say it with me: fivek- time champion, fifth all-time he leading scorer. But Kobe’s stunningly only es won one MVP award and likely won’t win another one considering his age and the his sudden downtrodden Lakers e who appear to have walked e away into the sunset along with their Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson. Tim Duncan, Steve Nash and in LeBron James have each won two MVP’s. And while James has yet to win the league’s championship, most basketball analysts would still say James is the better player. Of course, Kobe’s off-thecourt issues are nothing to ignore. An alleged rape case in 2003 seemed to derail everything. Back then, he W-L was wearing No. 8, had his own video game and had won 1-0 three straight championships. 8-2 For all intents and purposes, 7-4 he was on top of the world. 5-6 Then, a $4 million apology ring to his then-wife and a 4-7 number change to 24 later, 4-7 and everything was OK, right? 3-7 Well, not so much. Because -10 in that same summer of 2003, America was beginning to fall in love with soon-to-be rookie LeBron James. If you look through the history of time in the NBA, a W-L player only has so long at the 1-0 top. Jordan passed the torch 9-1 to Allen Iverson, who to no fault of his own passed it to 7-4 Bryant, who has since given it 6-4 away to James. 6-5 It’s hard for me to imagine 2-9 it was the rape case that derailed Bryant’s final destiny -10 with eternal fame, though. -10 Even his recent divorce, which gave TMZ a practi-

cal reason for survival, went largely unnoticed — in the grand scheme of things at least. I mean, everybody knew about Tiger Woods’ infidelities. Everybody. But, just as interesting, Woods appears to have slowly crept back into the hearts of sports fans everywhere, much more than Kobe has or even any other athlete out there for that matter. Woods played in Dubai a few weeks ago. How many of us ever heard of that event before then? But, Kobe still plays second fiddle to James, or at least it seems. Don’t get me wrong, though, Kobe’s wildly popular amongst fans and analysts still. I’m not saying he isn’t. His jersey sales are No. 2 in the NBA (behind James) and were No. 1 for quite some time before. Also, nobody is arguing Kobe isn’t one of the top 10 players to ever live. But, I’m here to argue why he isn’t in the discussion of the best, or even why that isn’t being discussed. As if five rings and a couple of scoring titles didn’t mean anything, Kobe’s also been an 11-time NBA All-Defensive team selection, tied for the most of all-time along with Kevin Garnett. Although the award wasn’t started until 1968-69, his nine-time first team selections are also tied for the most in NBA history along with that MJ guy and Gary Payton. Oh yeah, did I mention he could score, too? He once scored 81 points in a game. Eighty-one! If it wasn’t for Wilt’s asinine 100, that mark would be the highest in NBA history and arguably one of top moments in American sports history. Wilt never reached 80 besides that one game and Jordan never reached 70. Funny how many basketball coaches simply break down the game by saying “stops and scores.” Well Kobe might very well retire by being the most frequent player on the AllDefensive team and highest scorer in NBA history. Stops. And. Scores. In an era where scoring has somehow become intertwined with the negative connotation of ball hog, Kobe’s .454 career field goal percentage is admittedly low. While Jordan’s was outrageously high for a shooting guard (.497, hence best all-time in my book) Kobe’s is still much better than someone such as Iverson. And while James’ career mark stands a bit higher, try not to forget which player you’d rather have taking jump shots in the fourth quarter. I’m not here to condone Kobe’s extracurricular activity, but I don’t think anyone ever described Wilt or MJ as choirboys, either. Is Kobe the best of all-time? Probably not, but I certainly think he’s worthy of the discussion. As for this era, nobody knows what LeBron’s career numbers will be at the end, but we do know basically know Kobe’s. And it’s one of the finest careers ever seen. See it while it’s still here.

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Local Golfing Legend Bishop To Be Inducted Into County Hall Of Fame Contributed Article Chautauqua Sports HOF

During his short lifetime, Ben Bishop was probably the best amateur golfer in the area from the late 1940s into the 1960s. If he hadn’t passed away in 1970 at the age of 54, who knows how many more amateur titles he would have captured. Not only did Bishop dominate the club championship at Moon Brook Country Club by winning it 12 times, but away from his home course he won the Chautauqua County Amateur six times. Those accomplishments are why Bishop is one of six Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame inductees who will be honored on Feb. 20 at the Lakewood Rod & Gun Club. The other inductees to be honored that night are Betty Bartkowiak, John O’Neil, Jim McElrath, Greg Peterson and Bob Schmitt. Long before his golf feats in Chautauqua County, the Marysville, Ohio native showed his athletic abilities in the Buckeye State. As a sophomore on the College of Wooster track team in 1935, Bishop competed in the broad jump, high jump, 120-yard high hurdles and 220-yard low hurdles. In five dual meets, he won the high hurdles and high jump twice and the broad jump once. As a junior, he set school records in the high hurdles. In his senior year, he set school records in the broad jump and the mile relay. He set those records at the Big Six Track Meet, in which he also won the high jump. Bishop was also a member of the Wooster golf team. His interest in golf began when he became a caddie near his Ohio hometown. Bishop moved to Jamestown in 1938 and was a partner with his father-in-law, B.H.

Bishop won the Moon Brook club championship 12 times and later had the championship trophy named after him in 1970 (submitted photo)

Ruland, in the accounting firm of Ruland and Bishop. From 1942 through 1964, Bishop played in the Moon Brook club championship 19 times. He not only won it 12 times, but was also second three times. It should be noted that he did not compete in 1945 and 1946 because of a wrist injury. He missed it again in 1952 because of a family illness and in 1959 he didn’t compete at Moon Brook because he played in the Fred Waring Tournament at Shawneeon-Delaware where he was the medalist in qualifying with a 70. And in 1965 he didn’t participate because a bad back prevented him from playing 36 holes in one day. It’s no wonder why the Moon Brook club championship trophy was named the Ben Bishop Memorial Trophy in 1970. Quite a few of Bishop’s club championship wins wouldn’t be called nail-biters. In 1943 he recorded a 10 and 9 victory

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and in 1944 he defeated his finals opponent, 6 and 5. In 1956 he had a 10 and 8 win, which included a round of 69 in the morning. In 1958, he won 9 and 8 and had 14 one-putt greens in 28 holes. Bishop’s last club title was in 1964 when he defeated Bill Dickson 1-up in an 18-hole match. A highlight was Bishop carding an eagle 2 at No. 6 after Dickson hit his approach shot to gimme-range for a birdie. Bishop had some other memorable rounds at Moon Brook. In 1955, he played in an exhibition match with PGA Tour pro George Bayer. Bayer shot a 71 and Bishop a 73. In 1959, Bishop shot a course record 66 at Moon Brook. That same year, Bishop was the only amateur in an exhibition at Moon Brook with 1958 Masters champion Arnold Palmer, 1959 Masters champion Art Wall and Moon Brook pro Toby Lyons. Bishop shot a 1-under 70 while Wall shot 69 and Palmer 68. Away from Moon Brook, Bishop won the Chautauqua County Amateur four times and finished second six times from 1949 through 1963. Three of his second-place finishes were playoff losses. He was also third once, fourth three times and fifth once. The Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame’s 31st annual induction dinner on Feb. 20 will begin with a hospitality session at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6:30. The guest speaker will be former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Reed. Tickets are $50 each and CSHOF members receive a $5 discount. Tickets are available at the Jock Shop, Matt’s News in Dunkirk and at the Fredonia Food Mart. They are also available by contacting induction dinner chairman Chip Johnson at 485-6991.

St. Bonaventure Grad Butler Among NFL Hall of Fame Inductees Contributed Article

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INDIANAPOLIS — St. Bonaventure football legend Jack Butler, class of 1951, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame during Super Bowl Saturday festivities in Indianapolis. “I dreamed about being a big, strong football player … but deep down, I don’t really think I believed what I was dreaming,” Butler said in his press conference after being elected. “I knew I was pretty good, but I never thought I was that good. “Jack Butler from Pittsburgh, Pa., by way of St. Bonaventure University, and here I am. … It’s really an honor and a privilege.” Butler is the fourth St. Bonaventure alum in one of the prominent professional halls of fame. Baseball legends Hughie Jennings and John McGraw, for whom the university’s athletic fields are named after, are in the Baseball Hall of Fame; and Bob Lanier, ’70, is in the Basket-

Butler will become the fourth St. Bonaventure alum in one of the major four sports Hall of Fame's, joining Bob Lanier (basketball) and Hughie Jennings and John McGraw (baseball). (submitted photo).

ball Hall of Fame. He is joined in the 2012 induction calss by Curtis Martin, Chris Doleman, Cortez Kennedy, Willie Roaf and Dermontti Dawson.

In August, Butler was named one of two Seniors Committee finalists for the Hall of Fame, along with Dick Stanfel, but only Butler was honored. He joins Curtis Martin, Dermontti Dawson, Cortez

Kennedy, Willie Roaf and Chris Doleman in the 2012 Hall of Fame class, which will be introduced at the Super Bowl Sunday and inducted in early August. Butler was named to the NFL’s all-decade team of the 1950s after a stellar career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Butler, 83, who was given an honorary degree by his alma mater in 2009, was elected to St. Bonaventure’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 1970. He was a star on the St. Bonaventure football team, playing alongside future NFL coach Ted Marchibroda. Among his NFL accomplishments: • Butler appeared in four straight Pro Bowls (1956-1959). • When a devastating knee injury forced him to retire in 1959, his 52 interceptions ranked second in NFL history. • He was named one of the top 300 players in NFL history. • In 2007, he was one of 33 players named to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Legends team, marking the team’s 75th anniversary.

Pride Of The Yankees To Be Shown By CSHOF Contributed Article Chautauqua Sports HOF

The Pride of the Yankees, the story of the life and career of the famed baseball player, Lou Gehrig, starring Gary Cooper and Babe Ruth, will be shown Wednesday, Feb. 15, 7 p.m., at the Robert H. Jackson Center

in Jamestown. The movie will be shown free of charge as a community service project of the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame. This 1942 film biopic traces the life of Lou Gehrig, hall of fame baseball player who played in 2,130 consecutive games before falling at age

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NASCAR to steer digital media The NASCAR.com website could be in for a new look. Beginning next year, NASCAR will begin managing the business and editorial content of NASCAR-related sites, including NASCAR.com, while Turner, which had been managing the business and editorial content, will continue to oversee ad sales and sponsorships. The changes are part of a new contract that will carry Turner and NASCAR through 2016. NASCAR.com and NASCAR’s other digital and social media platforms have been managed by Turner Sports since 2001.

Newmans start ‘Rescue Ranch’

Bobby speaks Bobby Labonte drives the No. 47 Toyota during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Auto Club 400 on March 27, 2011, in Fontana, California. (NASCAR photo)

Labonte, driver of No. 47 Toyota, opens up about personal life

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s he rose through the NASCAR ranks, from being a helper on the race team of his big brother Terry to winning a Cup championship of his own, Bobby Labonte has often been reluctant to spend a lot of time talking about himself. Even as he won a Nationwide Series championship in 1991, and followed that with a Cup title in 2000, won 21 Cup races, 10 in Nationwide and another in the Truck Series along with the IROC title in 2001, he’s typically been the kind of driver who kept his head down, worked on his race cars and caused little controversy on or off the race track. He’s made some interesting career moves – some that worked out quite well and others that didn’t deliver the desired results. In 1994, he left his first full-time Cup car owner Bill Davis to drive for Joe Gibbs Racing, a move that produced immediate results in the form of three Cup wins in his first season with Gibbs and a top-10 points finish. He left Gibbs after the 2005 season – and back-toback winless years – to drive for Petty Enterprises. That pairing didn’t produce any victories, and last year, after two years driving for a hodgepodge of owners, he signed to drive the No. 47 Toyota at JTG-Daugherty Racing. He started the 2011 season with a fourthplace finish in the Daytona 500, but wound up 29th in the final points standings. As he’s preparing for another season behind the wheel of the No. 47 Camry, he spent some time talking to his team PR representatives about his personal life, giving answers that tell a lot about just what kind of person he is. For starters, he’s been married to his wife Donna since 1991, and they have two children, Tyler, 17, and Madison, 14. “Family is super important to me,” Labonte said. “I make sure I do the best job I can and at the same time wish I can do better. It’s not easy with the travel schedules, but it’s something you have to work really hard at doing. “We make sure we take 45 minutes at the table for dinner, and we get caught up during that time. Right now, Madison is busy with her volleyball games, and Tyler has his political views that are a hot topic we talk about a lot. Tyler’s also interested in getting his pilot’s license, and he has already soloed. We also talk about colleges he is interested

Two of NASCAR’s best-known animal lovers, Ryan Newman and his wife Krissie, have begun work on an animal rescue facility to be called “Rescue Ranch.” It will be located off N.C. Highway 21 near Statesville, N.C. The first phase of the project, which includes classrooms and offices, has been awarded to contractor Ronnie Smith, father of Newman’s fellow Cup driver Regan Smith, with completion expected later this year. Future plans call for a boarding facility, veterinary clinic, horse stalls and pastures, riding trails and educational camps.

Daytona 500 sets record purse The Sprint Cup Series’ season-opening Daytona 500 on Feb. 26 will offer a record purse of more than $19 million, and it will include a $200,000 bonus for the driver leading the 100th lap, which is halfway to the scheduled 500 miles. If the halfway mark is reached under caution, the bonus will be paid to the leader of the fifth consecutive green-flag lap following that caution. The total purse is $19,142,601, with the winner of the 54th running of NASCAR’s bestknown race set to earn a minimum of $1,431,325.

Annett gets Nationwide team When Rusty Wallace idled his Nationwide Series race shop, it left Michael Annett and his longtime sponsor, Pilot Flying J, without a NASCAR home. But Richard Petty Motorsports has filled the void by forming a Nationwide team for Annett. Last year, Annett had seven top-10 finishes and finished ninth in the final points standings.

Speed Sports returns to print

Bobby Labonte (right) speaks with 2011 Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne during practice for the Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on Feb. 25, 2011. (NASCAR photo) in at the moment.” Labonte also is big on giving back to the public. Like many Cup drivers, he has his own foundation, which works with various charities, and each year he hosts the Share the Road Memorial Ride, which honors cyclists killed riding their bikes. “My brothers-in-law introduced me to the sport,” Labonte said. “I watched it on television and then started riding bikes. I enjoyed the challenge, the enjoyment of the road, the enjoyment of seeing things and going to different places, and it’s a neat activity that is good for exercise. It’s fun and clears your heart and soul at times if need be.” Labonte, who had his own race team at the beginning of his driving career, still owns and operates a race team. Bobby Labonte Racing fields dirt Late Model cars for Earl Pearson Jr., who won national titles for Labonte in 2007, 2008 and 2009. “I always wanted to give back to grassroots racing because it’s where we all came from,” Labonte said. “It’s been good having the team.

Earl and the guys have won a lot of races, a few championships and we’ve been able to have a fun time with the team. “We had an off year last year, but we reorganized and got back to basics. We were building our own chassis and got off base. We’re looking forward to a better season.” The veteran Cup driver also owns a Red Mango yogurt and smoothie franchise in High Point, N.C., and he’s formed his own marketing agency, Breaking Limits. “I had an inkling to start a marketing agency, and it’s something I want to do for years to come,” he said. “I see firsthand what we do for sponsors and the work that goes into public relations and marketing to make the program successful.” Labonte is an outdoors type, hunting big game when his schedule allows, but he’s also a big fan of technological devices like iPhones and iPads. “I’ve always been a gadget guy and tech person,” he said. “I’ve always been on the cutting edge of something new, it seems like.”

National Speed Sport News, once the premier weekly trade paper for the motorsports industry, is returning to publication with new owners, a new look and a different schedule. Turn 3 Media, a company founded by Curt Moon, Joe Tripp and Ralph Sheheen, has acquired the rights to National Speed Sport News and plans a monthly print publication. The first issue of Speed Sport Magazine is set to roll off the presses in March, one year after the original paper, founded in 1934 and edited for decades by veteran journalist Chris Economaki, ceased publication.

Go Canada Racing rebranded The Nationwide Series team Go Canada Racing has changed its name to GC Motorsports International and plans to open the 2012 season with Sprint Cup veteran David Ragan doing the driving. Canadian driver Andrew Ranger also is set to return to the car for selected races, including the Napa Auto Parts 200 in Montreal.

Kenseth matriarch, 63, passes Nicola Sue “Nicky” Kenseth, mother of Sprint Cup driver Matt Kenseth and grandmother of Late Model racer Ross Kenseth, died last week at age 63 after a battle with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Memorials have been established in Mrs. Kenseth’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association, Agrace Hospice or Willerup Methodist Church in her hometown of Cambridge, Wisc.

#NewTricks: Martin debuts on Twitter

Danica Patrick speaks with the media during the 2012 Sprint Cup Series Media Tour on Jan. 23, 2012, in Concord, N.C. (NASCAR photo)

Patrick to use Baldwin Racing’s 2011 owner points The Sprint Cup circuit’s newest drawing card, Danica Patrick, will be guaranteed a starting spot in the Daytona 500, but the car owner points she’ll be able to fall back on won’t be coming from her car owner, the most recent Cup champion Tony Stewart, as some had expected. Instead, Stewart-Haas Racing has entered into an agreement with

Tommy Baldwin Racing, which will allow Patrick to use the points earned by Baldwin’s No. 36 Chevrolet last season. For record-keeping purposes, the No. 36, which finished 33rd in points last year and therefore is eligible for provisional starting spots for the first five races this season, will become the No. 10 (Patrick’s chosen car number), and Baldwin’s team

will be car owner of record. Patrick is set to drive in 10 races this year, while also competing in the Nationwide Series. David Reutimann is set to drive the Cup car in the 26 races where Patrick is not planning to compete. Dave Blaney, who drove the No. 36 last year, will have to qualify on speed to make the starting field for the Daytona 500.

Mark Martin is in the process of proving wrong the old adage about not being able to teach old dogs new tricks. Recently, Martin’s new boss and car owner, Michael Waltrip, instructed his new driver to take up Twitter, and arranged for the handle @55markmartin. A somewhat reluc- Mark Martin tant Martin, who is headed into his 30th Cup season, took a few pointers from team associates and soon was answering questions about racing, music and physical fitness. Team officials say he tweeted more than 200 times his first week and had more than 10,000 followers in the first week. “I just like playing with it and talking to the fans,” Martin said in a team release. “Never thought I’d get into it, but it’s kind of neat. “At first I wasn’t sure Michael did me a favor because the last thing I need is something to take up more time, but it’s been fun so far. I’d have never done it on my own. I thought just kids did it, but I’ve got people all ages following me now.”

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SPEAKING Drivers in the top 15 in 2 the final 2011 Cup standings with less than 20

bonus points earned for leading laps (Dale Earnhardt Jr., 9; A.J.Allmendinger, 7) Drivers in the top 35 in 0 the final 2011 Cup standings who did not lead at least one lap all season

Laps earned back 12 through the “Lucky Dog” free pass by David

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2011-12 NAHL Standings Central Division

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Injury Bug Bites Ironmen, But Only Four Points Back By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

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It’s been an emotional landslide for Jamestown Ironmen for the past week-and-a-half. Last Tuesday, the team had to place defensemen Brett Szajner and Mark Esshaki on injured reserve. Then they learned star goaltender Joey Ballmer still wasn’t cleared to get back on the ice due to post-concussion symptoms. Then the team had to release forward Anthony Stempin who had played in 37 of their 38 games. Jake Pollock and the Ironmen will take a scenic drive through the state of Michigan this week as How would they get their respective minds off the losses they play in Port Huron Friday, Flint Saturday and Kalamazoo Sunday. you ask? An all-important their three game road trip. weekend,” Daikawa said. “But The good news is Jamestown three-game set with the Kawill get their lynchpin back we actually picked up ground “Not many teams have the lamazoo Jr. K-Wings starting as Ballmer was finally cleared on Michigan and although schedule like we do,” Daikawa Thursday. we’re disappointed to not pick Tuesday afternoon to get back said. “It’s a tough weekend, on the ice. With Ballmer out, up more, we’re still in a really “We lost three players that but just have to stay positive.” Daikawa was forced to go with good position. ” had been here all year long,” 2011-12 Key Dates Daikawa said he might go backup Joe Gladnick for all head coach Dan Daikawa said. Yes, not all was lost for Jamewith Ballmer Friday night to three games this past weekFeb. 19-21 — NAHL Top Prospects (All-Star Break) II “Brett Szajner was a big loss. stown despite picking up just end, something the coach has get the jitters out against Port Mark Esshaki was a big loss. two of a possible six points. May 1-5 — Robertson Cup said over and over this season Huron so he’s ready for the We had to salvage the emoFour of the five teams in the on how reluctant he is to put a all-important game Saturday. * - denotes divisional game † - NAHL Showcase games played in Blaine, Minn. tional part of the game.” NAHL’s North Division and Then give Gladnick Sunday. goaltender through that. with the current slide of the “But we still made sure they But, whatever it is, Jamestown But, as far as how quickly he’ll needs to pick up points, not Michigan Warriors, the Ironknew we (the coaches) were push his star this weekend is men are right in the thick of disappointed,” he continued. just in Saturday’s game either, still up in the air. things. Michigan has lost eight “We were shooting for three now with just 19 games rein a row and is just 1-9-2 since “We’ll try to get him as much wins, two wins would have maining on the schedule. Christmas. been OK, but one is not acpractice time as we can and “We’re going to out there to ceptable, not OK.” But the Ironmen need to keep go from there,” Daikawa said. win every game,” Daikawa “He hasn’t seen pucks in two winning, something Daikawa Jamestown picked up a 3-2 said. “That’s always the goal. weeks. He sort of needs to see Right now, if we play Joey knows quite well. The Ironwin Thursday night and led the rubber as they say.” 2-0 Friday night before falling men sit four points behind Friday and things go well, Michigan with four games in apart over the next game and then we’ll play him again Friday Jamestown will visit a half. The Ironmen were out- hand. Just like last weekend, Port Huron, the division lead- Saturday. But for now, the Jamestown will play three shot 20-6 in the third period focus is on Friday. We feel like ers before then hitting the games this week, while Michi- road for an hour-plus to Flint, we owe Port Huron every time Friday night and lost 5-3. Then, they lost 7-3 Saturday, a gan will play two. But, the we play them. We’ve let them Mich. to face the Warriors teams square off Saturday in a Saturday. A 2-hour trip to Ka- get away from us too many game they trailed 3-0 early. massive potential four-pointlamazoo Sunday will finish off times.” “We took a step backward this swing game.

Ironmen News and Notes: Trading Deadline Passes By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

Head coach Dan Daikawa has been used to not getting much sleep this season, but it was busier than usual this week as the North American Hockey League’s trading deadline passed Monday night. “I was up on the phone until midnight,” the coach said. “But, my head hurt, I had to hang it up. It’s been a busy few days.” Tuesday, Daikawa was back on the phones all day climbing through the waiver wire. The Ironmen have been

dealt two season injuries to defensemen Brett Szajner and Mark Esshaki in the past week and depth on the blue line has been a concern. Nick Sova was picked up from Minot late in the week and dressed in Friday night’s loss. Mike Miller, another bigger defenseman was picked up this week. Miller’s bounced around a bit this year playing 16 games with the Texas Tornado, 13 with the Michigan Warriors and a game for the Janesville Jets. “We lost a lot of minutes between Brett and Mark,” Daikawa said. “We needed to get

guys in here that could play. They’re (the additions) both bigger kids.” As for revamping the blue line, Daikawa said playing time is up for grabs. “It’s the same thing we’ve talked about all year, guys have to step up,” Daikawa said. “We can rely on the guys to pitch in a little bit, but it’s a great opportunity for the guys that have been here all year long to step up.” • The biggest addition of the year though was that of Blake Kelley, a forward that just turned 18 years old on Feb. 2. Kelley stepped right in this

weekend and scored three goals in three games including the opening goal of the victory Thursday night just a minute into the game. “He’s a young kid with just huge upside,” Daikawa said. “He skates well, shoots quick, is a little bit undersized for now, but he’ll be OK. He’s more of a playmaker than a goalscorer so to see him score that much this weekend is a great sign. I’m really excited for the future for him.” Kelley sort of fell in Jamestown’s lap, Daikawa admitted. Daikawa was up in his home state of Minnesota recruit-

ing earlier in the year when he was tipped off to Kelley, who had a falling out with his current coach. After a quick phone call, Kelley was a member of the Ironmen. • Joey Ballmer was cleared to get back on the ice Tuesday and should be ready to go this weekend Daikawa said. How much they’ll use him, though, won’t be known until Daikawa sees how he practices this week. Outside of the obvious great news for Jamestown getting arguably their best player back, Ballmer’s clearance comes at a good time for him-

self as well. The NAHL’s Top Prospects Tournament, which Ballmer was selected to, is next week. He’ll be ready to go in the league’s top showcase. “For him, that’s going to be huge,” Daikawa said. “It’s a huge honor for him and [forward Anthony] Coles. We’ve been in contact with a lot of big time schools with Joey, Vermont and Clarkson to name a few. It’s great for Jamestown, having big time college programs talking about Jamestown. And the rest of the boys can use that as motivation when the scouts are in town.”


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Giants Stop Brady And Pats Again To Win 2nd Super Bowl In 4 Years

Sports Court Strips Contador Of 2010 Tour Title

By Joe Kay

Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—Tom Brady let his final pass fly toward the scrum of players in the end zone, hoping for an incredible finish. Uh-uh, Tom. Not in this city, and not in this game. Indianapolis is a Manning town, whether it’s Peyton or Eli pulling out the wins. And the Super Bowl is suddenly the province of the New York Giants, who have figured out how to topple Brady and the New England Patriots in the biggest moments. Eli Manning led another fourth-quarter touchdown drive and won his second Super Bowl MVP on Sunday night, leading the Giants to a 21-17 victory that provided a pulsating finish to an NFL season that started with turmoil and a lockout. “It’s been a wild game,” said Manning, who now has one more Super Bowl title than his older brother. “It’s been a wild season,” A wild finish was certainly fitting. The Giants (13-7) almost didn’t make the playoffs, needing a lot of help at 7-7 with two games left. Their defense finally came together, and Manning gave them a chance in every game with his penchant for comebacks — a league-record 15 touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Of course, his greatest career comeback was in that Super Bowl four years ago, when the Patriots were undefeated and Manning led a late scoring drive that included an enduring Super Bowl moment — the incredible catch David Tyree made by trapping the ball against his helmet. The Patriots (15-4) had a chance to avoid more such history on Sunday. Brady, trying to match boyhood hero Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw with four Super Bowl titles, had New England in range to put it away late in the fourth quarter. Wes Welker dropped a pass at the 20-yard line with 4 minutes left, forcing a punt that gave the Giants another chance trailing 17-15. “It comes to the biggest moment of my life, and (I) don’t come up with it,” said a red-eyed Welker. “It’s one of those plays I’ve made a thousand times.” Manning’s turn for more

Alberto Contador (right) celebrating the 2010 Tour de France victory. Interestingly, runner-up Andy Schleck (left) looks on. Schleck will now be awarded the victory. (AP photo)

By Graham Dunbar Associated Press

New York Giants wide receivers Victor Cruz, left, and Hakeem Nicks, right, celebrate their Super Bowl XLVI victory. (AP photo)

Super Bowl magic. He threw a spot-on 38-yard pass down the sideline to Mario Manningham, fitting the ball perfectly between two defensive backs barreling down on the receiver. Manningham got both feet down before getting smacked out of bounds in front of the Patriots’ bench, a catch that was upheld on replay and reminded the 68,658 fans at Lucas Oil Stadium — one in particular — about that other catch four years earlier. “In those situations, you are always looking to see who is going to be the guy,” Tyree said, in the Giants locker room. Once Manningham came down with it, the Giants sensed things had turned their way, just like four years earlier. “I think they are both spectacular catches,” Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. “I think with Mario’s earlier tonight, the way he kept his feet inbounds and held onto the ball (while) going out of bounds was a remarkable thing.” The Patriots were thinking the same thing, too. “I thought that play they made on our sideline was a phenomenal throw and catch,” Brady said. “That got them going.” They got down to the 6-yard line with just over a minute left and the Patriots down to one timeout. New York could have run the clock down to a few seconds and kicked a field goal. Patriots coach Bill Belichick did the math and decided on a trade-off: Give up a touchdown for some time. New England pulled up and allowed Ahmad Bradshaw to run the final 6 yards with 57 seconds left. Once Bradshaw realized what was happening, he tried to stop

at the 1-yard line to keep the clock going but ended up falling backward into the end zone. Brady would get one last chance with the Giants defense bearing down on him, as it always does. Defensive end Justin Tuck huddled the New York defense after a touchback on the kickoff left the ball at the 20-yard line. “I think a lot of guys had their eyes lit up,” Tuck said. “This is what we’ve been working for all year, and we’ve got 57 seconds left to be world champs.” Brady set a Super Bowl record by completing 16 consecutive passes earlier in the game, topping Montana’s record. When he needed several quick completions to get moving in the last minute, he couldn’t do it. The Patriots got only as far as midfield with 5 seconds left. Brady threw a desperation pass into the end zone, where the ball was batted around in a scrum before falling incomplete just beyond the reach of All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski, bringing the spray of confetti from above. “You come down to one play at the end,” Brady said. “If we make it, we’re world champs. If we don’t, we’re wishing we were.” Brady’s had a tough time against this Giants defense. During the regular season, it pressured him into mistakes during a 24-20 New York win in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots went on to win their next 10, a streak that ended when Brady faced that same defense on Sunday. It just seems to have his number. On his first pass of the game, Brady was pressured by Tuck in the end zone and threw the ball to an open

spot downfield to get rid of it, resulting in a safety. By contrast, Manning didn’t make any big mistakes and, again, was at his best under the last-minute pressure. “He’s become confident over time, kind of grew into it,” said his father, former New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning. “I always felt like you have to experience those situations before you become confident. He’s certainly had his share.” And nobody will question anything he says again. Manning was criticized for insisting before the season that he’s an elite quarterback. Then, with the Giants struggling, he was overshadowed by a different Manning drama. Peyton and the Colts were hoping to reach a Super Bowl in their stadium. Instead, the quarterback had neck operations and the team came apart, prompting ownership to clean house. The week leading up to the Super Bowl was overshadowed in town by talk about Peyton’s future. Eli insisted he wasn’t bothered by sharing the spotlight. In the fourth quarter on Sunday, he had it all to himself. Manning was 10 of 14 for 118 yards in the final quarter with his seventh game-winning drive of the season. Overall, he completed 30 of 40 for 296 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions, leading the Giants to their fourth Super Bowl championship—two behind Pittsburgh for the record. In the end, a Manning got to hoist the silver Super Bowl trophy in Indianapolis. “It just feels good to win a Super Bowl,” Eli said. “Doesn’t matter where you are.”

Coughlin Plans To Be Back With Giants In 2012 By Tom Canavan Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Tom Coughlin is looking forward to the parade and a couple weeks off to reflect on the Giants’ second championship in five seasons. Then he will begin preparations for defending the title. The 65-year-old coach sees no reason to retire now. “I mean, it’s what I do,” Coughlin said Monday morning, hours after New York beat the New England Patriots 21-17 in the Super Bowl. “So the alternative I’ve never really given it a whole lot of consideration. (Just coach) as long as I can.” Coughlin could be around for a while following his second title as a head coach. He signed a contract extension in July that runs through next season, but it looks as the Giants could revisit that deal following the franchise’s fourth Super Bowl win.

Tom Coughlin says he plans on returning to the sidelines next year as the head coach of the New York Giants. It was his second Super Bowl win in four years. (AP photo)

It’s obvious he still wants to coach. “I don’t fish, I don’t golf,” he said. “My wife keeps telling me, `You better have something to do, buddy boy. If you think you’re going to hang around here, you’re crazy.”’

Giants chief executive John Mara said it’s safe to say the team wants Coughlin to return. “He might be 65, but he’s got the energy of somebody quite younger than that,” he said. The Giants packed up early Monday morning and board-

ed busses around 11 a.m. for a trip to the airport and the flight back to New Jersey. The big parade up the Canyon of Heroes in lower Manhattan is scheduled for Tuesday. “If you’re any kind of historian, and you do have any recollection of this parade, the `Parade of Champions’ if you will, the `Canyon of Heroes’ - I remember John Mara looking at me and saying, `You don’t want to miss this now,” Coughlin said of a conversion with Mara in 2008 after their first title win over the Patriots. “It’s the same thing I would convey to all of our players, you don’t want to miss this,” Coughlin added. “Heartwarming doesn’t quite cover this, what you go through and what your feelings are. When you are looking down the side streets, and there’s people forever down those side streets, and they’re all there because they are taking ownership of their team.” Continued on pg 10

MADRID (AP) — Alberto Contador was stripped of his 2010 Tour de France title Monday and banned for two years after sports’ highest court found the Spanish cyclist guilty of doping. The Court of Arbitration for Sport suspended the threetime Tour champion after rejecting his claim that his positive test for clenbuterol was caused by eating contaminated meat on a 2010 Tour rest day. The three-man CAS panel upheld appeals by the International Cycling Union and World Anti-Doping Agency, which challenged a Spanish cycling tribunal’s decision last year to exonerate Contador. CAS backdated Contador’s ban, and he is eligible to return to competition on Aug. 6. The ban means Contador will miss the Giro d’Italia, the Tour de France and the London Olympics, but he would be eligible to ride in the Spanish Vuelta, which begins Aug. 18. Contador had no immediate comment and is expected to hold a news conference Tuesday. He can appeal the verdict to Switzerland’s supreme court. WADA President John Fahey described the court’s judgment as “an appropriate decision … which represents the effective nature of the World AntiDoping Code.” The ruling came just three days after U.S. federal prosecutors dropped a doping investigation involving seven-time Tour winner Lance Armstrong. The American was a teammate of Contador during the Spaniard’s 2009 Tour victory. The revised list of champions shows Armstrong and Contador combined to win nine of the 11 Tours from 1999-2009. Contador blamed steak bought from a Basque producer for his high reading of clenbuterol, which is sometimes used by farmers to fatten their livestock. To avoid a doping ban, he needed to prove how the anabolic drug entered his body and convince the panel he was not to blame. In it’s ruling, CAS said the presence of clenbuterol was more likely caused by a contaminated food supplement than by eating contaminated meat. “Unlike certain other countries, notably outside Europe, Spain is not known to have a contamination problem with clenbuterol in meat,” CAS said in its ruling. “Furthermore, no other cases of athletes having tested positive to clenbuterol allegedly in connection with the consumption of Spanish meat are known.”

Contador is one of only five cyclists to win the three Grand Tours — the Tour, the Giro and the Vuelta. He also won the Tour de France in 2007 and 2009. He becomes only the second Tour de France champion to be disqualified and stripped of victory for doping. The first was American Floyd Landis, who lost his 2006 title after testing positive for testosterone. Andy Schleck of Luxembourg, who finished second at the 2010 Tour, stands to be elevated to the top spot. “There is no reason to be happy now,” Schleck said in a statement issued by his team, RadioShack Nissan Trek. “First of all I feel sad for Alberto. I always believed in his innocence. I battled with Contador in that race and I lost.” Contador kept racing after his positive test on a 2010 Tour rest day. He will be stripped of all results from his races since Jan. 25, 2011 — the day the Spanish federation proposed a one-year ban. That period includes his Giro d’Italia victory last season. “This is a sad day for our sport,” UCI president Pat McQuaid said. “Some may think of it as a victory, but that is not at all the case. There are no winners when it comes to the issue of doping: every case, irrespective of its characteristics, is always a case too many.” CAS said it would rule later on a request by UCI to fine Contador $3.25 million. CAS secretary general Matthieu Reeb said the doping offense was “not contested,” only the explanation for how the clenbuterol got into Contador’s system. “It is just the application of the rules, the fact that there was a positive test,” Reeb told reporters. “In the end, it is not so spectacular. There is a clear decision based on a positive test. There was no reason to exonerate the athlete, so the sanction is two years.” If Contador appeals to the Swiss Federal Tribunal, the court can decide the legal process was abused but would not examine the merits of the evidence. A federal appeal process typically takes several months, though the court rarely overrules CAS. Contador is under contract to ride in 2012 for the Danish team Saxo Bank. Team spokesman Anders Damgaard said the team was studying the ruling before making any comment. Team owner Bjarne Riis admitted in 2007 that he had used the performance-enhancing drug EPO during his career, including when he won the 1996 Tour de France.


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Ruff Breaks 3 Ribs During Practice In Collision With Leopold was hurt. "I lost my breath. I was looking back right when it happened and I yelled, 'Are you all right?' And right away, 'No.' So that wasn't a good thing," he said. "That was one of those unexpected ones. Those ones are dangerous." Ruff 's injury is the latest to hit a team that's been banged-up for much of this season. Captain Jason Pominville is the only player not to have missed a game this year. Sabres owner Terry Pegula has blamed the rash of injuries on much of his team's struggles this season. Buffalo (22-24-6) opened Monday in a tie for 12th in the Eastern Conference standings. The Sabres are 3-0-1 in their past four games since snapping a five-game skid, and host Boston on Wednesday. In his 14th season with the Sabres, the 51-yearold Ruff is the team's winningest and longestserving coach. "Scary situation, just hoping he's going to be all right here," goalie Ryan Miller said. "Lindy's broken a few bones and had a few scrapes and a few cuts in his career. To see him in that much pain, I think he probably has something going on there. And hopefully he's all right. We need him behind the bench yelling and calling the lines."

By John Wawrow Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. — As if the Buffalo Sabres haven't endured enough injuries already this season. Add coach Lindy Ruff to the list. iceck Ruff sustained three broken ribs in what was described as "a freak accident" after he was upended by defenseman Jordan Leopold in e practice on Monday. In revealing the extent of and the coach's injuries, the Sabres announced that Ruff is expected to be back at practice Tuesday n to "resume his coaching responsibilities." Ruff was hurt near the end of practice during a puck-chase drill when Leopold was trying to nd cut off forward Ville Leino. Ruff was standing to in the middle of the ice looking the other way d when Leopold lost his footing and went sliding head first on his stomach and crashed into the back of his coach's skates. or Ruff fell backward and landed on his right side with a heavy thud, and was fortunate not to hit Sabres coach Lindy Ruff was hurt during practice when Jordan Leopold collided with him. The his head. Witnesses said they heard Ruff yell coach broke three ribs. (AP photo) out in pain. d I was getting up. I was yelling, 'Heads, heads, facility a few minutes later. be A Sabres trainer went out to tend to Ruff, who heads.' Lindy had his back to me, and it ended required assistance as he slowly skated off the "I was racing for the puck with Ville, and I ice. Ruff was still in pain, clutching his right ended up losing an edge," Leopold said. "Right up happening." arm, as a trainer escorted him out of team's Leopold knew almost immediately that Ruff when I hit the deck I knew there was no way a m, irst I alnce. Play Luncheon series will take Compiled Report hat Star Staff place on Friday, Feb. 10 in the 100 level Harbour Club at and passionate in the NHL,” Contributed Article to work with the Sabres and his First Niagara Center. Sabres Buffalo Sabres said Dan Ronayne, executive MSG to bring all of Western r — The Buffalo Sabres anHall of Famer Dave Andreyvice president and general New York and Southern d of nounced that they will be chuk will serve as the event’s manager, MSG Networks. “It Ontario this game on SaturNew York, NY — MSG nce partnering with Unyts, Westguest speaker. is extremely unfortunate that day night,” said Jim Toellern New York’s only organ, Networks and the Buffalo the fans have been caught ner, president and general The Power Play Luncheon Sabres announced that they ed a eye, tissue and community in the middle of this dispute manager, WGRZ-TV. “We series offers corporations and will make the Friday, Feb. 11 and we continue to urge n- blood center to host a blood all know that Sabres fans individuals an exclusive firstSabres vs. Tampa Bay Light- them to switch TV providers truly make this town ‘hockey ory drive on Monday, Feb. 20. 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2011-12 NHL Standings Eastern Conference

(Through Feb. 8)

GP W L OTL PTS L10

NY Rangers

51 33 13 5

71

6-3-1 Lost 1

Detroit

54 35 17 2

72

7-2-1 Lost 2

Philadelphia

53 30 16 7

67

4-3-3 Lost 3

St. Louis

52 31 14 7

69

6-2-2 Won 1

New Jersey

53 31 19 3

65

7-2-1 Won 5

Nashville

54 32 17 5

69

7-2-1 Lost 1

Pittsburgh

54 30 19 5

65

7-2-1 Lost 2

Chicago

54 29 18 7

65

3-5-2 Lost 6

NY Islanders

52 22 22 8

52

6-2-2 Won 1

Columbus

53 15 32 6

36

3-6-1 Won 2

NORTHEAST GP W L OTL PTS L10

STRK

STRK

CENTRAL

Western Conference

ATLANTIC

GP W L OTL PTS L10

NORTHWEST GP W L OTL PTS L10

STRK

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Boston

51 33 16 2

68

5-4-1 Won 1

Vancouver

53 33 15 5

71

7-1-2 Won 2

Toronto

54 28 20 6

62

6-3-1 Lost 1

Minnesota

53 25 20 8

58

3-5-2 Lost 2

Ottawa

56 27 22 7

61

2-7-1 Lost 7

Colorado

55 27 25 3

57

4-5-1 Won 1

Montreal

54 21 24 9

51

5-4-1 Won 2

Calgary

53 24 22 7

55

5-3-2 Lost 1

Buffalo

52 22 24 6

50

4-5-1 Won 1

Edmonton 1PACIFIC

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STRK

Washington

53 28 21 4

60

4-4-2 Won 1

Florida

52 24 17 11

59

3-4-3 Lost 2

Winnipeg

55 25 24 6

56

4-5-1 Won 1

Tampa Bay

52 23 24 5

51

6-3-1 Lost 1

Carolina

54 20 25 9

49

6-2-2 Won 2

San Jose

50 29 15 6

64

5-4-1 Lost 1

Los Angeles

54 26 18 10

62

5-3-2 Won 1

Phoenix

54 25 21 8

58

5-4-1 Won 3

Dallas

52 27 23 2

56

3-6-1 Lost 1

Anaheim

52 20 24 8

48

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Jenkins Stars, 22-2 Bonnies Down GW To Tie Program Record

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Fredonia Men Sweep Weekend Series, Move To 7-6 In SUNYAC

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ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — Senior Jessica Jenkins hit eight 3-pointers en route to a game-high 32 points as RV/ RV St. Bonaventure (22-2, 9-0 Atlantic 10) defeated a shorthanded George Washington club, 80-69, to win its recordtying 11th straight game and remain alone at the top of the A-10 standings. Bonaventure and Jenkins took advantage of a GW squad (1012, 3-5 A-10), which dressed just six players due to injuries. With the makes, Jenkins became the nation's all-time active leader for career 3-pointers with 314. She also moved into a tie for 24th on the all-time NCAA Division I list as she hit eight 3's in game for the third time this season. The 11 consecutive victories ties the program record with the 2009-10 team which commenced its campaign at 11-0. It also evens head coach Jim Crowley's career record at Bona's (176-176) for the first time in his 12-year tenure on the SBU sidelines. The 80 points are a season high for Bonaventure as the Bonnies also shot a seasonbest 52.8 percent from the floor (28-53). Junior Alaina Walker added 14 points — her first doublefigure scoring outing since the conference opener — while redshirt senior Armelia Horton dished out a career-best eight assists — three more than any Bona player has issued this year. Walker's point total is the most in her career against an A-10 opponent.

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. — Senior guard Amir Billups made a three-point basket with 39 seconds left to break the last tie en route to Fredonia State's 63-60 SUNYAC men's basketball road win over Plattsburgh. Senior guard Leonard Smith added two insurance free throws with :08 left. Plattsburgh's final shot, a threepoint attempt by Shavar Fields, was no good. Senior forward Julius Bryant led the Blue Devil offense with 25 points, including 13 of 18 from the foul line. He was also 6 of 8 on field-goal attempts. Smith finished with 14 points, including 9 of 10 from the line. The Blue Devils made 26 free throws overall. Billups was the third Blue Devil in double figures with 13 points. He made 4 of 10 three-point attempts. The Blue Devils improved to 12-7 overall and 7-6 in the SUNYAC. Plattsburgh dropped to 7-14 in all games, 5-9 in the conference. Fredonia State never led in the first half and trailed 21-20 at halftime. A three-point basket by Billups gave the Blue Devils their first lead of the game, 23-21, early in the second half. The Cardinals regained the lead and went up by seven, 49-42, before the Blue Devils responded with an 8-1 run to forge a 50-50 tie. After falling behind again by three points, the Blue Devils went on an 8-2 run to swing the see-saw back their way.

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Jessica Jenkins hit eight three-pointers and finished with 32 points to carry St. Bonaventure to 80-69 win over George Washington. (St. Bonaventure sports information photo)

After the lead changed hands 11 times in the opening half, the Bonnies closed the frame on a 10-0 run to take a 38-31 lead into the break. SBU then used an 8-0 stretch — started by a Jenkins' 3 and capped with a Walker layup – early in the second half to create a 13-point lead which would eventually blossom to as large as 17 at one point. Senior Megan Van Tatenhove scored nine points and corralled a team-best eight rebounds, while sophomore Doris Ortega added six points. For Van Tatenhove — who is coming off an eight-point outing in SBU's last game — it marks the first time all season she's gone consecutive games without reaching double figures. Meanwhile, Ortega had her career-best streak of five straight games in doublefigure scoring snapped. George Washington was paced at the offensive end by Tiana Myers who scored 27 and in the process netted her 1,000th career point. That's the most points scored by an individual against the Bonnies this year,

and the 69 Colonial points are the most SBU has given up this year. Senior Jennie Ashton provided a spark off the Bonaventure bench as she tied a career high with six points and pulled down six boards in 18 minutes — her most game action since Dec. 30 against Norfolk State. St. Bonaventure returns to action on the road Wednesday against Massachusetts. The game is the first of a doubleheader with the men's team, as it will face the Minutemen following the women's 5 p.m. contest. NOTES: With a perfect 6-6 from the free-throw line, Jenkins still has not missed a free throw in conference play (29-29) … the 11 3-pointers by St. Bonaventure are the secondmost this year … SBU finished with 19 assists to just 12 turnovers … sophomore CeCe Dixon and junior Chelsea Bowker each scored five points off the bench … sophomore Ashley Zahn tallied three points, while freshman Tatiana Wilson played in her second A-10 game of the year.

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POTSDAM, N.Y. — Fredonia State lost its second overtime game in as many nights Saturday, a 4-3 loss to Potsdam. The Blue Devils rallied from a 3-1 deficit with two goals in the third period. Potsdam's Mike Foy ruined the comeback bid with a shot and goal through traffic with 28.7 seconds left in overtime. On Friday, the Blue Devils scored twice in the third period only to fall 3-2 in the extra session. With their loss Saturday, they dropped to 10-8-3 overall and 5-5-3 in SUNYAC. The Bears improved to 8-11-2 overall, 6-6-0 in the conference. The Blue Devils took a 1-0 lead with the only goal of the first period. Will McLaughlin scored his fourth goal of the season at 12:44. Potsdam scored three unanswered goals in the second period. Mike Arnold had two of them, the first on a power lay at 1:48 and the second — to put the Bears up 3-1 — while his team was skating shorthanded at 15:48. Vinny Buttitta had the second Potsdam goal. Brian Doust scored on a power play at 5:02 of the third period, his fifth of the season. It was also the 17th game this season that a freshman ac-

counted for at least one goal. Stephen Castriotta added to the freshman frenzy with his eighth goal of the season with 7:06 left following a Potsdam turnover and a pass from sophomore Alex Perkins. Fredonia State goaltender Mark Friesen was credited with 30 saves. Potsdam's Kevin McFarland had 49 saves. Both goaltenders had big saves in the overtime. It was Fredonia State's sixth overtime game of the season. Friday, Fredonia upset bid fell short with a 3-2 overtime loss to the nationally ranked Plattsburgh Cardinals. The Blue Devils rallied from a 2-0 deficit on third-period goals by Castriotta and Mat Hehr. Plattsburgh averted the home loss on Ryan Clark's second goal of the game. It came at 1:12 of overtime and enabled the Cardinals, ranked No. 3 in NCAA Division III by USCHO.com, to improve to 14-2-4 overall and 9-1-1 in the SUNYAC. Friesen made 36 saves. The loss ended the Blue Devils' four-game winning streak.

SUHR continued from pg 1 Elena Isinbaeva of Russia, who cleared 16 feet and 4 ¾ inches. She was also the only person to beat Suhr at the 2008 Summer Olympic Game held in Beijing. Suhr is a five-time gold medal winner at the USA Outdoor

Games and four-time gold medal winner at the USA Indoor games. Suhr attended Roberts Wesleyan College (outside of Rochester, N.Y.) where she became the school’s all-time leading scorer in women’s

Plattsburgh took a 1-0 lead on a power-play goal by Ryan Craig. The Cardinals worked the puck side to side to Craig stationed in front of the net. He tipped the puck over Friesen's shoulder at 14:44. Jared Docking added to the Plattsburgh lead with a shorthanded goal at 12:47 of the second period. After his teammates kept the puck pinned and eventually cleared it out of their end, Docking skated up ice where he fired a slapshot past Friesen. Castriotta cut the deficit in half with his seventh goal of the season at 2:52 of the third period. Following a 3-on-2 rush, Bradley Nunn took a shot, which rebounded to Castriotta. Hehr's game-tying goal came with 1:48 remaining. The play began when the puck was slid into the shot, where it deflected off a skate. A Plattsburgh player tried to clear the puck, yet whiffed, and Hehr converted the opportunity while stationed to the side of the net. The Cardinals nearly won the game in regulation, yet hit a post with one second remaining. They then pressed the action in the overtime. Following an offensive end faceoff, Mark Constatine spun and fired the puck on goal. The rebound bounced to Craig, who was over covered alongside the weak side post.

Amir Billups made the game-winning three-point in the final minute as Fredonia defeated Plattsburgh Saturday night. (Fredonia sports information photo)

Senior guard Dalton Kashmer got the rally going with a layup, followed by two free throws by Smith, Billips's go-ahead trey, and one of two free throws by Bryant. A three-point basket by Plattsburgh's Josh Bruno with 13 seconds remaining cut the Blue Devil lead to 61-60. The Cardinals were forced to foul and Smith promptly sank two more free throws for the final margin. Fredonia shook off a slow start Friday to down Potsdam, 73-69. Bryant led the scoring with 24 points on 10-of-13 shooting while Damien Goodwin II celebrated his birthday with 12 points, including several key baskets during a game-turning second-half rally. Billups also had 12 points, Smith collected 10, and Jonathan Herrera added nine, including two big treys. The Blue Devils were 9-of-19 from beyond the arc. Fredonia State trailed by as many

as nine points in the first half before working their way back to trail 27-25 at halftime. Bryant had 10 points at the break. A three-point basket by Goodwin forged a 31-31 tie — the first time in the game Potsdam did not lead — with 16:15 remaining. Following a steal by Goodwin on a Potsdam foul, Smith gave the Blue Devils their first lead of the game, 35-34, with a pair of free throws. It was part of a 15-0 run which included a basket by Bryant, a threepointer and a conventional two-point basket by Goodwin, and two treys by Herrera. Bryant had 10 points in the first half and 12 points during the latter stages of the second half, which kept the Bears at bay. His last field goal was a dunk with just over one minute remaining. The Bears pulled within three points in the late going before a free throw by Smith with six seconds left added insurance.

Rollins Wins Pole Vault, Thomas First And Second In Sprints

Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information

ALLIANCE, Ohio — Fredonia State men won two events Saturday at the Mount Union Wuske Invitational. The first win of the day was recorded by senior Broncho Rollins in the pole vault. Rollins, a 2011 NCAA outdoor championship participant, cleared 4.73 meters, converted to 15 feet, 6.25 inches. He won the event by having one fewer miss than another vaulter, who also cleared the same height. The second win belonged to senior Webster Thomas when he broke the tape in 60-meter dash in 7.04 seconds, twohundredths of a second faster

than the second-place runner. Thomas was also fastest after preliminaries in 7.13 seconds. Thomas was also second in the 200 meters with a time of 23.18 seconds. Other notable performances in field events: Fredonia State's next top pole-vaulter was junior Cody Dahleiden, fourth in the competition with a vault of 15 feet, one-quarter inch. Max Radley, a sophomore, finished ninth in the 35-pound weight throw with a toss of 35 feet, 3.25 inches. Alex Brennan, a sophomore, was ninth in the long jump at 20 feet, one-quarter inch. Jason Chadwick, a freshman, was sixth in the triple jump at

38 feet, 10.25 inches. In the other running events: Jonmichael Knapp, a freshman, finished second in the 400 meters with a time of 52.17 seconds. Dahleiden was 11th in 54.05. Nico Piacentini, a sophomore, finished fourth in the 3,000 meters in 9:14.88. The 800 meters finished a seventh-place finish by sophomore Steve Whittemore, in 2:03.80. A freshman, Jed Kovalovsky, finished 11th. In the indoor mile, junior Peter Francia and sophomore Cal Hayward were sixth and eighth, respectively. They were separated by fractions of one second — 4:31.38 for Francia, 4:31.59 for Hayward.

Women Fall To Plattsburgh In Overtime Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. — Fredonia State mounted a furious comeback Saturday — both in regulation and overtime — before time ran out en route an 80-78 road loss to the Plattsburgh Cardinals. The Blue Devils spotted the Cardinals to a nine-point lead at the start of the overtime, then drew to within one point on a three-point basket by Becky Hebert. Plattsburgh's Kathleen Payne made the second of two basketball. She currently lives free-throw attempts with 15 in Churchville (also outside seconds left Rochester) with her husband Hebert took the final shot, and coach, Rick. and missed, with two seconds This year the Olympics will be on the clock. The Cardinals held in London from July 27 rebounded and time ran out. to Aug. 12. Hebert led Fredonia State scoring with 23 points, two

more than Plattsburgh's Payne. The pair have traded or shared the SUNYAC scoring lead in recent weeks. Both are also ranked among the top 10 scorers in NCAA Division III. Jaimie Warren had her second double-double in as many nights (and seventh of the season) with 18 points and 11 rebounds. She was 8 of 11 from the field and committed only one turnover. Nicole Calbi added 15 points and collected seven assists. The loss dropped the Blue Devils to 9-10 overall and 5-8 in the SUNYAC. Next up is a trip Friday to Brockport. Plattsburgh improved to 8-12 overall and 5-9 in the conference. Up by as many as four points in the first half, the Blue Devils went through a six-minute dry spell and were outscored

15-0 during the stretch. They trailed 39-31 at halftime and fell behind by as many as 12 points before mounting a comeback. They eventually pulled even, 54-54, on two free throws by Calbi, then took their first lead of the second half, 58-56, on a basket by Hebert with five minutes left. The Cardinals were leading by two points when Hebert sank two free throws with 12 seconds on the clock. They were the final points of regulation, which ended in a 66-66 tie. Payne scored the first two baskets of the overtime, the start of Plattsburgh's final 9-0 run in overtime. Brittany Marshall aided the overall Plattsburgh effort with 17 points, Kerri Salisbury added 13, and Dana Nucaro had 12 points, 11 rebounds, and three blocked shots


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Snowless Conditions Perfect For Hunting Shed Antlers

By Steve Peacock Star Outdoors Writer

I keep thinking that winter is going to show up sooner or later. Each time I have looked at the long range forecast I’ve been a little disappointed to see more of the same weather to come. The ice that we did have on

Chautauqua Lake has eroded away some. A couple of the ice fishermen I know have given up on the ice and gotten the boat back out. Last weekend with Lake Erie calm they got out there and went perch fishing. Two other boats also made the best of the nice weather. Un-

fortunately the fishing wasn’t very good in the perch beds off of sunset bay. You might be better off fishing the tributaries, which still have fish in them and are ice-free. Another spot worth checking out is the Dunkirk Harbor. It is always free of ice and a wide range of species can be caught

there. Lately they have been catching some nice brown trout out of the harbor. I’ve been thinking about going down there and giving it a try for myself. While I haven’t gotten to go fishing lately I have gone in the woods hunting for shed antlers. Every winter the

bucks lose their antlers to make room for the new ones to start growing in. So with no snow on the ground, it is the perfect time to find the ones that have fallen off. I read an article about a guy that trained his dog to find shed antlers. I took my lab with me but we didn’t find

any this time out. I still want to get out small game hunting before that season ends at the end of February. The coyote season and the spring goose season both run into March. For more details and season dates check the Department of Environmental Conservation’s Web site.

2011 Ties For Safest Year In New York Hunting History Contributed Article DEC Press Release

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win, The Lake Erie tributaries' water levels have been drope ping quickly, since peaking at ring high levels last Wednesday. ond All of the streams, except Catat taraugus Creek, look like good options for the weekend. The smaller streams are in good shape today, while the hree more popular, medium sized fore streams are better bets for Sath sixurday and Sunday. Steelhead nce. catches were good earlier in the week, with anglers reporting a mix of both fresh and darker steelhead.

be safely enjoyed by many," said DEC Commissioner Joe Martens. "New York has an extremely safety-conscious generation of hunters thanks largely to more than 60 years of dedicated efforts of 3,000 volunteer Sportsman Education Instructors. All first-time hunters are required to attend a comprehensive hunter safety course of a minimum of 10 hours taught by DEC's highlytrained instructors. Their hard

work is paying off." In the 2011 hunting seasons, 26 personal injury huntingrelated shooting incidents were reported, including four fatalities. All of the fatalities occurred during the regular deer season, one of which was self-inflicted. The hunter safety courses stress safe practices and ethics, along with information on New York's game species

and their management. All courses are offered free of charge, but students must successfully complete the course and pass the final exam before being eligible to purchase a hunting license. The number of hunters in New York State is declining, but the hunting incident rate (incidents per 100,000 hunters) is falling at a much faster rate. Since the 1960s, the number of hunters has de-

clined about 20 percent, while the incident rate has declined more than 70 percent. The past five-year average is 5.3 incidents per 100,000 hunters, compared to 19 per 100,000 in the 1960s. While hunting is safer than ever, accidents do happen and it is important to remember that every hunting-related shooting incident is preventable. Many, if not all of these incidents could have been

prevented, if only the shooter or victim had followed the primary rules of hunter safety: • Treat every firearm as if it were loaded • Keep your muzzle pointed in a safe direction • Identify your target and what lies beyond • Keep finger off the trigger until ready to fire • Wear hunter orange

Lake Erie Fishing Hotline: Feb. 3 to Feb. 10 The Chautauqua County streams have been fishing best, however decent action was also reported in Cayuga Creek and the upper stretch of Eighteenmile Creek. In cold water conditions, it is best to keep drifted baits slow and deep as steelhead are lethargic and hugging the bottom. Egg sacs, egg pattern flies, trout beads or small hair jigs tipped with a waxworm/spike (fished under a float) are good bets. Concentrate efforts during the warmest part of the day when chasing winter steelhead. Winter season steelhead angling on the Lake Erie tributaries can be a challenging and potentially hazardous outing,

with the onset of ice and snow. Safety is of utmost importance. Some helpful items that you should consider include neoprene waders, ice cleats for boot soles, a walking stick/ pole and a fishing companion whenever possible. Lake Erie and Harbors Lack of ice has allowed boat anglers to get out on Lake Erie when winds have been manageable. The yellow perch bite has been fair at best due to murky water conditions. If the favorable weather forecast holds true and water clarity improves, this could be a good weekend to get out. Northwest of Sturgeon Point

in 45-50 feet of water is a good bet, as that area is usually the winter-time, yellow perch hot spot (for ice anglers). Emerald shiners are the bait of choice for Erie perch. Dunkirk Harbor can be fished throughout the winter as a warm water discharge at the power plant keeps the harbor ice-free. Anglers can target brown trout and steelhead from the city pier, DEC fishing platform (near warmwater discharge) or from boats. Minnows fished under a bobber have worked best, but spoons and stickbaits work as well. Upper Niagara River Upper river waters are a

murky green color, but fishable. Clarity will continue to improve through the weekend. Nearshore sites can be good for yellow perch at this time of year, especially when using emerald shiners. Ice Fishing Some area waters had good ice and good catches over the past couple of weeks. However, the most recent warming temperatures and rainstorms have degraded ice coverings, especially near shore. Therefore, in good conscience, I cannot recommend any waters for ice fishing at this time. Remember that a minimum of three to four inches of

solid ice is the general rule for safety. Drilling holes or tapping with a spud bar to check ice thickness is recommended on your way out. Safety ice pics, boot cleats, rope and a floatation devise are recommended safety items. Use good judgment and fish with a friend when possible. If you need more fishing information or would like to contribute to the fishing report, please call or e-mail Mike Todd (716-851-7010; mttodd@gw.dec.state.ny.us) or Jim Markham (716-366-0228; jlmarkha@gw.dec.state.ny.us). The fishing hotline can also be heard at (716) 679-ERIE or (716) 855-FISH.

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Goodberlet Wins Wuske's 20-Pound Throw Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information

ALLIANCE, OHIO — Fredonia State sophomore Kathleen Goodberlet won the women's 20-pound weight throw competition Saturday at Mount Union's Wuske Invitational. Goodberlet threw the weight 14 meters, which converts to 45 feet, 11 ¼ inches. In the same event, freshman Nicole Dessens finished 10th with a throw of 38 feet. Dessens was also 14th in the shot put (34' 4 ¼”). Other top 10 performances by Fredonia State women in field events: Emily Cummiskey, a sophomore, finished second in the triple jump, while freshman Alyssa O'Connor was sixth. Cummiskey covered 34 feet,

9 inches — three inches behind the first-place finisher. O'Connor's best jump was 32 feet, three-quarters of one inch. In running events: Amanda Solly, a senior, was ninth in the 3,000 meters with a time of 11:27.23. In the 55-meter hurdles, freshman Alicia Brand finished seventh in 10.51 seconds, which was .31 faster that her qualifying time. In the same event, freshman Hailey Griewisch finished eighth in 10.57 seconds.

NY GIANTS continued from pg 6 Before he skipped town with the rest of the team, quarterback Eli Manning got the keys to the car he won for his second Super Bowl MVP award. Manning, who led a gamewinning 88-yard drive that culminated in Ahmad Bradshaw’s uncontested touchdown run with 57 seconds to play, spent the evening with family and friends. Like most Giants, he had little sleep. Coughlin quipped he had 15 minutes of rest. Manning said his brother, Peyton, congratulated him on his performance and the title. They also talked football, with Peyton asking Eli if he saw the middle linebacker on his touchdown pass to Victor Cruz. Eli said no. Peyton, whose future with the Colts was a hot topic in Indianapolis during Super Bowl

week, also defended his little brother, Eli said, referring to the 38-yard pass to Mario Manningham on the final Giants drive. Manningham made a terrific catch between two defenders and managed to get his feet down in one of the game’s biggest plays. Many associated the importance of the catch with the one David Tyree made against his helmet in New York’s winning drive four years ago. It wasn’t as good, but it helped just as much. “He (Peyton) talked about the throw to Manningham,” Eli said. “He was mad, he said everybody was talking about how great of a catch it was. He said it was a pretty good throw, also. It’s a brother looking out for me. He was proud of me and happy for me.” Eli Manning didn’t want to

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In the 200-yard IM Matthew Rochna finished in third-place with a time of 2:01.59. In the 500-yard freestyle, Homerin finished in thirdplace with a time of 4:53.65 In the 200-yard breaststroke, Michael Burud finished in third-place with a time of 2:12.64. In relay action, the 'A' team consisting of Burud, Lets, Peter Koenig and Nathan Destree, finished in secondplace in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:34.83. In the 200-yard freestyle relay, the 'A' team finished in second-place with a time of 1:28.37. Before today's meet, the Bonnies recognized seven seniors. They were, Koenig, Michael Dansa, Yi Liu, Jack McMahon, Ilya Nenashev, Francisco Nieves and Kevin Owens. The women also fell to the University of Buffalo, 149-92. Rachel Bull had a first place hear anything about bragging finish for the Brown and rights over his brother with White, touching in at 1:55.28 two championships. in the 200-yard freestyle. Bull “This isn’t about bragging also touched in at 53.61 in the rights,” Eli said. “This is a lot 100-yard freestyle, good for a bigger. This is about a team, second place finish. an organization being named Aly Paz had a great day in world champions, and that long distance, touching in was the ultimate goal. That’s at 10:57.71 in the 1000-yard the only thing that’s imporfreestyle good for a first place tant, is the team finding a way finish. to get a victory. That’s the only thing I care about and Peyton Lauren Caldwell took first place in the 100-yard butterfly and I both know that’s what with a time of 59.71. Caldwell the goal is every year. It’s not also took second place in about anything else.” the 200-yard freestyle with a Mara said everyone in the ortime of 2:12.85, and touched ganization enjoyed themselves in at 5:20.72 in the 500-yard after the game. freestyle good for a third place “One thing that struck me just finish. watching our guys all week Meaghan McCann finished was they have great camarafirst place in the 100-yard derie,” Mara said. “Everybody backstroke with a time of got along really well, and just 59.36. McCann also took third great spirit. Really unlike place in the 200-yard freestyle any other team that I’ve been with a time of 2:16.30. around. It really was a special Niki Gagen came in third group.” In the 400 meters, junior Kateri Walsh was eighth in 1:05.11; freshman Laura Hess ninth in 1:05.20; and freshman Kelsey Travers 10th in 1:05.31. In the 800 meters, freshman Angela Richter was seventh, just ahead of sophomore Kimberly Foltz. They had times of 2:28.58 and 2:28.97, respectively. The Blue Devils were third, fifth, and seventh in the 1,000 meters with, in order, freshman Sarah Rocco in 3:21.21, sophomore Alissa Conti in 3:24.74, and freshman Marsha Cohen in 3:31.53. Also, the 4-by-200 relay team of sophomore Lexi Perez, Travers, senior Melissa Cumminskey, and Emily Cummiskey had a fifth-place clocking of 1:54.04.

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place for the Bonnies in the 1000-yard freestyle with a time of 11:14.76. Jeanette Dietrich and Ivanna Smirnova took second and third place in the 50-yard freestyle with time of 25.26 and 25.34, respectively. Smirnova also placed third in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 54.01. In relay action, a team of McCann, McKenzie Courtney, Lanae Petty and Dietrich came in second place in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:49.87. In the 200yard freestyle relay, a team of Smirnova, Petty, Dietrich and Bull came in second place with a time of 1:39.69. In diving action, Chrysta

Currier took third place in the 3-meter and fourth place in the 1-meter with scores of 220.95 and 221.70, respectively. Alycia Gossett finished fifth in the 3-meter with a score of 211.05, and fifth in the 1-meter with a score of 192.98. Before today's meet St. Bonaventure recognized seniors Lanae Petty and Alycia Gossett for their accomplishments. The Bonnies will then take two weeks off before heading to Buffalo for the A-10 Championships. The Championships will take place Feb. 22-25 at the Flickinger Aquatic Center. Visit GoBonnies.com or atlantic10.com for ticket information.


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Insider By T.J. TOMASI BIRDIES AND BOGEYS

SCIENCE SAYS

Tone off/putt in

Feels like trouble

IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR GAME

How do you know what to do when you swing a golf club? The general answer is that you have a brain map for each specialized movement pattern, i.e., typing, swimming, bike riding, etc. When you place electrodes on the surface of the brain, you can see the electrical firing patterns that represent what’s going on. Using these patterns as a guide, Dr. Martijn Arns and his associates in the Netherlands have developed a clever learning protocol based on a format called real-life neurofeedback training. The researchers recorded golfers’ brain activity as they stroked putts (80 in all), and discovered that there was a specific electrical pattern present when the golfer made putts. Arns’ team used a continuous “no go” tone, instructing the golfer not to putt until the tone stopped. The key to the training was that the tone stopped only when the golfer’s brain configured itself into the electrical pattern that promoted making putts. So the hawkeyed researchers watched the computer screen, where the golfer’s electrical patterns swirled until the “go” pattern emerged, then they switched the tone off. Using this technique, it wasn’t long before the golfers took control by learning to intervene without the researchers — they turned off the tone themselves by calling up the correct electrical pattern just before they stroked the putt. Arns sums up the findings: “This study demonstrates that the ‘zone’ or the optimal mental state for golf putting shows clear, recognizable, personalized patterns. … The learning effects suggest that this reallife approach to neurofeedback improves learning speed.”

Putt with calm eyes

Most instruction focuses on keeping your head still while you putt. It’s the common advice of golf TV commentators who suggest that you “keep your head still and listen for the ball to go in the hole.” The problem: It’s not the head that’s important; it’s the eyes. Focus on your head and you may be able to keep it still on the practice green, but when the first pressure putt presents itself, you’ll be right back to your old bobble-headed self. The Fix: Keep your eyes still. When you move your eyes to follow the ball, you unconsciously move your head and, more important, your hands. It’s the “junior yips” caused by hand-eye coordination: When your eyes dart, your hands dart.

One of golf’s nice guys could be in trouble. Forty-one-year-old Phil Mickelson shot a 77 in his first competitive round of 2012, which caused him to miss the cut at his “home course,” Torrey Pines. He took 32 putts, which for a tour player, is like 40 putts for a 10-handicap player. Yes, it’s very early in the season, but last year Mickelson was 134th on tour in putting (strokes gained), and neither the long putter nor Dave Stockton, the most over-rated of the putting gurus, has helped. Let’s hope the problem is mental or just earlyseason rust and not the psoriatic arthritis in Mickelson’s hands. The big problem with the arthritis is not the pain, it’s the loss of touch that comes from a damaged proprioceptive system. Tiny sensors are located throughout your body that send information to your brain so you know where your body parts are, and it is this information that allows you to move accurately. There are especially dense concentrations of sensors in your hands. Once the brain processes the messages and decides what to do, it sends an order back to the muscles telling them how to move. For every one impulse the brain receives, it sends 30 impulses back to the muscles, so when Mickelson’s arthritis disrupts the flow of information, it’s disastrous. For each input to the brain lost from his hands, he loses 30 returning motor responses from the brain. In effect, he doesn’t know where his hands are. That’s not good for a world-class golfer.

The Drill: ABOUT THE WRITER On the pracDr. T.J. tice green, Tomasi is a teaching take your professional normal putin Port St. Lucie, Fla. ting stance, Visit his then raise website at only your tjtomasi.com. head and fix on an object far away like a tree or the snack cart. Look with “soft eyes,” without staring, and don’t let your eyes dart from one object to another. Once your eyes are calm and soft, hit the putt without looking at the ball. After enough practice calming down your flitting eyes, you can return to looking at the ball then putting.

THE GOLF DOCTOR

Don’t neglect your triceps

TRY THIS

Rein in a wild shot

✎ Is your shot pattern all over the place — too high, too low, some to the left, some to the right? Try This: It could be that your shafts are too soft and bend too much during the swing, making it difficult to square your clubface at impact. On the other hand, if your shafts are too stiff, you’ll fight shots that go low and to the right. When your body tells you there is something wrong, you go to the doctor. When your ball flight tells you there is something wrong, go to a qualified club fitter. ✎ Are you swinging harder but driving the ball shorter? Try This: You may be leaking power because you have the wrong concept. Remember, in golf the logical is often wrong, so forget about forcing the club to go faster. Your attempt at manipulation actually slows the clubhead down. Let the clubhead swing around a hub — and that would be you.

Calm eyes.

Calm stroke.

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Through line

The extension of the putt line beyond the hole. In the third round of the recent Abu Dhabi championship, on the 18th hole, Tiger Woods putted from 25 feet and just slid it past the hole, leaving him an easy tap-in. But instead of putting out, he marked his ball. Did he mark because he needed to calm his nerves? No, he was being courteous and paying attention to Rory McIlroy’s through line. McIlroy was still to putt, and should he knock it past the hole, he might have been putting through Tiger prints.

TEEING OFF

Dominance changes the way you putt

When I know a student is serious about improving and has the time to devote to a program, I give him a “when to do what” guide for improvement. To give this guide a sense of chronological order, I’ve broken it into 13 weeks, which allows roughly 90 days to reach your goal. The third week on the calendar is devoted to a basic that precedes all other basics: You have to determine which is your dominant side in your putting stroke — your right or your left. This doesn’t have anything to do with whether you putt right-handed or lefthanded. It’s about which arm has more control of your putting stroke. This “super basic” is something many players neglect or have never even considered, yet it influences everything else in your putting game. Here’s a simple drill you can do to determine which arm is the dominant arm: Hit 10 putts with just your right hand holding the putter; then hit about l0 putts with only your left hand. The dominant side will feel fairly solid, and you won’t have any trouble controlling the clubhead, that is, keeping it square. The non-dominant side will feel as if you must struggle with the clubhead to keep the face square to your putting line.

To assure powerful movement of the arms during the golf swing, certain pairs of muscles, called antagonistic pairs, must be kept in tip-top shape. Antagonistic muscles include the biceps/triceps pair, where the biceps curls the arm while the triceps straightens it. Once curled at the elbow, the trail arm forms a powerful hinge that should be 90 degrees at the top of your swing. During the downswing, not only does the triceps straighten the elbow, but, along with the latissimus dorsi muscle in your back, it also brings your arm in closer to the body — in effect, slotting the club. The triceps has three heads, the long, medial and lateral, and each has a specialized role in arm action. To prevent one head from overwhelming another, all three should be developed equally in an exercise routine.

That’s pretty simple. Here’s what to do with that information, assuming you putt right-handed: If you’re a left-arm-dominant putter (right arm for lefties): ✤ your left armpit should act as the “center” of your putting stroke; ✤ you should use a heel-shafted putter designed to swing open and closed like a gate; ✤ you should play the ball forward of center in your stance, somewhere around the inside of your left heel; ✤ you should stand tall at the ball with your arms hanging fairly loose but straight; ✤ even though the face of the putter swings open and closed to the target line, it stays square to the putter arc. If you’re a right-arm-dominant putter: ✤ the top of your spine should act as the “center” of your putting stroke; ✤ you should use a center-shafted putter; ✤ you should play the ball in the center of your stance; ✤ rather than hanging straight, your arms are folded because you are bent over; ✤ the clubhead moves away from the ball on a straight line and returns through the ball on the same line.

ASK THE PRO Q: What makes golf so hard? I’m just learning the game, but I have an awful time with it. — Alan A: Alan, one of the things that makes golf so hard is that it is the most poorly learned sport in the world. Some motor habits are easily learned. You don’t have to go to school to learn to throw a Frisbee, and while some advice is helpful, swimming and bike riding come fairly quickly. But golf needs to be explained because many of the things the beginner thinks are true are not. In fact, in golf, our powers of observation and our logic often let us down. For example, because the swing happens so quickly (the downswing takes about half a second), it looks as if we should spin our shoulders and

chest to start the downswing, but we shouldn’t. Logically, you would think that the harder you swing, the farther the ball will go, so you have to learn that somewhere between “wimp it” and “whup it” is just right. And no doubt the biggest fooler of all is the fact that to get the ball up in the air, you must hit down on it, and that makes no sense to the neophyte golfing brain. The point is that you certainly have the wherewithal to learn to play golf if you follow the rules of learning that your brain operates under best. If you don’t (and most don’t), you’ll still learn golf perfectly — perfectly wrong. (To Ask the Pro a question about golf, email him at: TJInsider@aol.com.)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“(Living on the moon) has also done wonders for my golf game. The other day I hit a ball 900 yards. Unfortunately, I was trying to putt.”

Copyright 2012 Universal Uclick. (800) 255-6734. *For release the week of January 30, 2012.

— Frank Cerabino, Palm Beach Post columnist, doing a spoof of Newt Gingrich’s prediction that under his administration we would have a colony of humans living on the moon by 2020.


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ew women have captured the hearts of TV viewers like actress Courteney Cox. Now, she’s looking for love, both on screen and off since splitting with hubby David Arquette in 2010. Viewers looking for a new fabulous female to lead the prime-time charge will be happy she’s returning to the airwaves just in time for Valentine’s Day with the season premiere of “Cougar Town,” airing on Tuesday, Feb. 14, on ABC. Cox stars as Jules, a recently divorced mom trying to navigate the ups and downs of the single life, all the while dealing with the pitfalls of aging. She’s also coping with the fact that her grown son Travis (Dan Byrd) is living away from home as

he goes to college. Luckily, her best friend Ellie (Christa Miller) lives next door, though she and husband Andy (Ian Gomez) have their own problems raising her toddler, Stan. For moments when Ellie just isn’t around, Jules leans on her younger, free-spirited buddy Laurie (Busy Philipps). The “cul-de-sac crew” also includes Josh Hopkins as handsome bar owner and Jules’ love interest, Grayson. Her ex-husband, Bobby Cobb (Brian Van Holt), is still a presence in her life as well, though not romantically. As the third season kicks off, Jules is miffed at Grayson because he calls her predictable. What she doesn’t know is that he has an ulterior motive. Meanwhile, Ellie is concerned that little Stan could end up

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like Laurie, and Travis enjoys his new off-campus housing until Bobby makes a suggestion. Cox has ingratiated herself with viewers for decades, both on the tube and the silver screen. The actress is best known for her starring role in the mega-hit sitcom “Friends,” but she’s been a force on television since the 1980s when she snagged a recurring role opposite Michael J. Fox in the comedy “Family Ties.” Before that, she’d starred in the short-lived superhero TV fantasy “Misfits of Science.” Other TV credits include “Seinfeld,” “Scrubs” and her starring turn in FX’s “Dirt.” As Cox rose through the ranks of television, she also made a name for herself in such feature films as “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” and the “Scream” slasher movie series. However, her gig as Monica Geller in the Emmy-winning sitcom “Friends” is by far her most successful role. The show about six twentysomething friends in Manhattan premiered in September 1994 and quickly became a pop culture phenomenon. Although Cox was the most famous cast member in the beginning, all of her “Friends” costars became hugely popular. Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry, along with Cox, became among the highest paid TV actors of their time, earning a reported $1 million per episode.

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Leading lady in the lab: Shue joins hit crime drama after mainstay leaves By Dee Wright TV Media

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welve years ago, CBS broke new ground with a series about the scientists behind crime investigation. “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” mixed the drama of a police procedural while providing factual research and situations. The series was welcomed in 2000 with open arms by viewers because many of the other premieres of the season were either sitcoms -- “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Yes, Dear,” “Malcolm in the Middle” -- or reality series, such as “Survivor” or “Big Brother.” “CSI” developed such a following that it spun into two other series, which both met with equal success. Without trying to recreate the same characters in a different city, as many spinoffs have tried, the franchise makes new characters and new situations in a fresh environment. On Wednesday, Feb. 15, Elisabeth Shue will join the cast as Julie Finlay, who has a mysterious past with supervisor D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) and has just left a court-ordered anger management course. Shue steps onto the set only two episodes after Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger) left the team.”CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” airs Wednesdays on CBS. Shue has had a wide array of roles during her career, and though most of them are in film, there is no doubt that she will be an asset to the “CSI” cast. Shue’s career started back in 1984 when she played the love interest in “The Karate Kid,” but it wasn’t until her award-winning role in 1995’s “Leaving Las Vegas” that she started to be noticed.

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Ted Danson and Elisabeth Shue in “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” She has also starred in “Hollow Man” (2000), “Hide and Seek” (2005) and “Tuck Everlasting” (2002). Shue has little experience on the small screen, having only appeared in a short-lived ABC comedy in the mid-’80s, “Call to Glory.” Unlike the other departures the team has endured over the years, Willows’s resignation was expected and, as Helgenberger herself said, “inevitable.” Willows decides that it is time to say goodbye when she is demoted, and she and her new supervisor (Danson) are constantly butting heads. “There is a little resentment, but Ted’s character so far is endearing and has a unique way of looking at a crime scene. It’s a nice, fresh perspective and it kind of gets under everyone’s skin a little bit, in a good way,” Helgenberger said in an interview with E! Online. “I think Catherine is very intrigued by him. I think ultimately Catherine is a team player and they took some liberties last

season the way the crime came about or was solved and she was willing to admit it. And this is the fallout.” Helgenberger has expressed interest in returning for the occasional plot line, so we may see her again. The series has had multiple main characters come and go and, in some cases, return. Even in the pilot episode, new criminalist Holly Gribbs (Chandra West) was shot and killed during her first day on the job. After setting this precedent, the writers left viewers on edge about what would happen with the characters they have grown to love. Gribbs was replaced by Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox). In Season 5, Nick Stokes was taken hostage by an irate father who wanted revenge for his daughter’s incarceration. Though Stokes lived after being buried alive, viewers were on the edge of their seats to see what would happen to the character. It wasn’t too long before the se-

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Grissom left, Dr. Raymond Langston (Laurence Fishburne) took over for two seasons. At the beginning of this season, Danson joined the cast as the new supervisor, D.B. Russell. There have also been several short-term additions to the team, including Riley Adams (Lauren Lee Smith), Ronnie Lake (Jessica Lucas) and Mike Keppler (Liev Shrieber), but all came and went rather quickly.


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StarsonScreen By Sheila Busteed TV Media BIG SKY CRIME: A&E is bringing author Craig Johnson’s popular Wyoming sheriff, Walt Longmire, to the small screen for the first time. Even though his portrayer is an Australian actor and filming will actually take place a couple of states farther south in New Mexico, the series is already earning industry buzz for its top-notch ensemble cast. “Longmire” will star Robert Taylor in the title role, with Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase and Cassidy Freeman filling other principle roles. Filming is set to begin in Santa Fe next month, with the show slated to premiere on the network this summer. Taylor is probably best known to American viewers for his role as Agent Jones in “The Matrix” (1999), but he’s found far more success Down Under. In recent years, he’s appeared in the Aussie series “Killing Time,” “Satisfaction” and “MDA” as well as the Irish dramedy “Ballykissangel.” Sackhoff has landed the female lead as deputy Victoria Moretti, who helps Longmire bounce back just a year after his wife’s death, to get focused on his re-election. Sackhoff is

widely known for her lead role as Lt. Kara Thrace in “Battlestar Galactica,” and her strong role in “24.” Phillips will portray Henry Standing Bear, Longmire’s close friend who steps in to help when deputy Branch Connally (played by Chase) decides to run against Longmire for sheriff. Phillips has done well for himself since leading the

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cast in 1987’s “La Bamba,” with memorable TV roles in “Numb3rs,” “24” and “SGU Stargate Universe.” Meanwhile, Chase’s career highlights include roles in such cable hits as “Damages” and “Saving Grace.” Freeman, who was a series regular on “Smallville,” will play Longmire’s daughter, Cady. Johnson has written seven novels in his Walt Longmire series, so there is plenty of material for A&E to play with as it launches the new crime thriller. WORLDS COLLIDE: Hollywood and the video game industry have been intimately linked for decades, each providing inspiration for the other. There have been hit games that have become big silver-screen sellers, such as the “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” and “Resident Evil” franchises. It’s gone the other way too, with 1995’s “GoldenEye” and ABC’s “Lost” inspiring hit video games. Soon, Syfy will make history by releasing a new sci-fi series, “Defiance,” with its online game simultaneously. Collaborating with Trion Worlds for the project, the network boasts that the show and massive multiplayer online (MMO) game will “exist in

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a single universe, evolving together over time to tell an overall story that is more powerful together.” Syfy has announced that New Zealander Grant Bowler has landed the role as the show’s lead character, Jeb Nolan. He is a former marine living in the near future who took part in the war between humans and aliens. Now, the two races live together in a new world that has been transformed by the aliens’ machines. Since losing his family in the war, Nolan has become a wanderer in the wild, but he ends up staying in a frontier town when he’s hired to keep the peace. “Grant’s charismatic charm and

his depth as an actor make him the perfect anchor as we build the ensemble for this sweeping adventure series,” said Syfy’s Mark Stern. Bowler is best known to American audiences as Connor Owens, Wilhelmina’s love interest in “Ugly Betty.” He also starred as Cooter in “True Blood” and was part of the ensemble cast in “Killer Elite” (2011). Fans of foreign fare would have spotted him in “Blue Heelers,” “Adrenalin Junkies” and “Outrageous Fortune.” “Defiance,” which is being written and executive produced by Rockne S. O’Bannon (“Alien Nation,” “Farscape”), will begin filming in Toronto this coming April.

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Best of the worst: Team Burrell battles Team Flay in Season 3 of ‘Worst Cooks’ pressing some seasoned pros. The premiere sets the stage for each candidate’s progress, as they eau MacMillan couldn’t do it. Neither could “Dinner: Impos- will all want to avoid the stigma of being the first one to be eliminated. sible’s” Robert Irvine. Upon their arrival, they’ll have to Recent “Next Iron Chef” candipresent their signature dish to Burdate Anne Burrell has managed to rell and Flay. Once the teams have reign supreme as the undefeated team leader through two seasons of been selected, they’ll then be thrown into a breakfast-themed the Food Network’s “Worst Cooks challenge: Burrell’s team cooks up in America.” And while it might be some Orange Pumpkin Pancakes that she has a knack for bringing With Vanilla Whipped Cream and out the best in some of America’s most cooking-challenged, the com- Cinnamon Maple Syrup, while the petition is about to get a little stiffer competing team prepares a very for Burrell. Enter Bobby Flay. Arguably one of the Food Network’s biggest stars (not to mention a long-time Iron Chef), Flay has signed on as Burrell’s rival team leader in the third installment of “Worst Cooks in America,” bringing a whole lot of cooking star power and his vast know-how to the competition. The season is set to kick off Sunday, Feb. 12, and the premise remains the same: 16 candidates -each nominated by so-called “loved ones” for their horrendous cooking abilities – are split into competing teams led by the Food Network stars. They’ll pick up new skills and improve on their abilities as the stars guide them through a series of challenges each week leading up to Flay breakfast of Bobby’s Blue Corn Pancakes With Whipped Orange the April 8 finale. Despite the title of the show, the Honey Butter and Cinnamon Maple purpose of the competition is not to Syrup. Sounds easy enough? Don’t forconfer the title of “Worst Cook” to one individual. In fact, it’s all about get some of these candidates can the journey – the winner will be the barely prepare eggs properly, so there will likely be a basic lesson or contestant who will have pertwo for each team. formed the best throughout the In the end, it’s all about helping competition, and whose skills will candidates improve themselves have improved to the point of imTV Media

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7:00 p.m.

(38) ESPN NCAA Basketball Syracuse vs.

Louisville. (Live) (2:00)

(62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30)

7:30 p.m.

(62) VS NHL Hockey San Jose Sharks vs.

Washington Capitals. (Live) (2:30)

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Sportsthisweek Sports Teams TBA. (1:30) 4:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NFL Live (Live) (1:00) 7:00 p.m. (54) MSG Knicks Pre-game (Live) (0:30) (39) SNY NCAA Basketball DePaul vs. Connecticut. (Live) (2:00) (62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30) 7:30 p.m. (54) MSG NBA Basketball Sacramento Kings vs. New York Knicks. (Live) (2:30) (62) VS NHL Hockey Boston Bruins vs. Montréal Canadiens. (Live) (2:30) 8:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NCAA Basketball North Carolina vs. Miami. (Live) (2:00) 10:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NBA Basketball Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors. (Live) (2:30) (54) MSG Knicks Post-Game (Live) (0:30) (62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30) 11:30 p.m. (62) VS NHL Overtime (Live) (0:30)

6:30 p.m.

(54) MSG Knicks Pre-game (Live) (0:30)

7:00 p.m.

(38) ESPN NCAA Basketball Florida vs.

Alabama. (Live) (2:00)

(54) MSG NBA Basketball New York Knicks

Valvo's 2 x 2”

vs. Toronto Raptors. (Live) (2:30)

(39) SNY NCAA Basketball St. John’s vs.

9:00 p.m.

TUESDAY

(38) ESPN NCAA Basketball Kansas vs.

Kansas State. (Live) (2:00) (51) USA WWE Monday Night Raw (1:00) 10:00 p.m. (51) USA WWE Monday Night Raw (1:05) (62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30) 11:30 p.m. (62) VS NHL Overtime (Live) (0:30)

9:00 a.m.

(62) VS NHL Overtime (0:30)

3:00 p.m.

(62) VS USSA Snowboarding Big Air (1:00)

3:30 p.m.

Seton Hall. (Live) (2:00) (62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30) 7:30 p.m. (62) VS NHL Hockey Anaheim Ducks vs. Minnesota Wild. (Live) (2:30) 9:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NCAA Basketball Ohio State vs. Minnesota. (Live) (2:00) 9:30 p.m. (54) MSG Knicks Post-Game (Live) (0:30) 10:00 p.m. (62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30) 11:30 p.m. (62) VS NHL Live! (Live) (0:30)

WEDNESDAY

(38) ESPN Baseball Tonight (Live) (0:30)

3:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NFL Live (Live) (1:00) (54) MSG Halls of Fame (0:30)

(38) ESPN Baseball Tonight (Live) (0:30) (62) VS IRB Rugby Sevens World Series

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3:30 p.m.

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4:00 p.m.

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6:30 p.m.

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7:00 p.m.

(38) ESPN NCAA Basketball Teams TBA.

(Live) (2:00)

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vs. New York Rangers. (Live) (2:30) 8:00 p.m. (52) TNT NBA Basketball Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls. (Live) (2:30) 9:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NCAA Basketball Teams TBA. (Live) (2:00) 10:30 p.m. (52) TNT NBA Basketball Los Angeles Clippers vs. Portland Trail Blazers. (Live) (2:30) Chautauqua Star and Bulletin Board: Sports Feb 10, 2012 to Feb 16, 2012

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February 10 - 16, 2012 • 7

Fridayhighlights Characters Unite -NFL Stars (51) USA

Who Do You Think You Are? (2.1) (2) WGRZ

Jennifer Esposito and Donnie Wahlberg in “Blue Bloods”

Valley Motorsports 2 x 2”

7:00 p.m.

As the dust settles from the Super Bowl, NFL stars reach out in this one-hour special. They talk about their own experiences with prejudice, hate and discrimination.

8:00 p.m.

Actress Marisa Tomei gets to the bottom of a family story as she investigates the tale that her great grandfather was murdered for his womanizing and gambling ways. Her search takes her to Italy as she tries to

Shark Tank (7.1) (7) WKBW

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8:00 p.m.

A young woman approaches the Sharks with her idea of a towel that provides coverage while trying to change out of a swimsuit in public. Later, another woman pitches her concept of a sweater/quilt combination

FRIDAY EVENING 4 PM

that provides an extra-warm layer.

sort through the facts.

(4.1) (4) WIVB (10) CFTO (35.1) (17) WSEE

10:00 p.m.

It’s up to Danny and Jackie to figure out who was responsible for the death of a woman who had a lot of money and a lot of enemies.

FEBRUARY 10, 2012 5 PM

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Friday (58) TOON

10:30 a.m.

Camp Lazlo

An energetic Brazilian monkey named Lazlo wreaks havoc on the once organized, peaceful Camp Kidney in this animated series. He hangs out with his two best friends, Raj, a wise Indian elephant, and Clam, a smart pygmy rhino.

Saturday (2.1) (2) WGRZ

11:00 a.m.

Jane and the Dragon

A feisty young girl named Jane trains to be a knight instead of lady-in-waiting in this CGI-animated series. Based on the

Familyhighlights books by Martin Baynton, the show focuses on the adventures of Jane and her best friend, a 300-year-old dragon.

Sunday (45) NICK

3:00 p.m.

Big Time Rush

See what happens when four teens hit the big time with backto-back episodes. Kendall’s talent was undeniable when he was discovered by a record executive, and he made a deal to bring his best friends along for the ride to stardom.

she could spend more time with her daughter Kelsey in this romantic comedy. However, when Kelsey’s father files for joint custody, Laura brings her child to Texas, where she must confront the lifestyle she left behind.

Tuesday (46) FAM

9:00 p.m.

Jane by Design

Wednesday (58) TOON

2:30 p.m.

Codename: Kids Next Door

Five kids band together against meddling adults, senior citizens and teenagers in this animated series. Part of a worldwide organization known as the Kids Next Door, they take on top-secret missions on behalf of children of the world.

Jane has her hands full when Donovan Decker signs an unpredictable teen supermodel as the Thursday face of the company’s new line. (23) DISN 8:00 p.m. When she’s asked to keep the (60) HALL 6:00 p.m. Phineas and Ferb model under control until the photo shoot, her so-called dream It’s a kid’s dream come true A Valentine’s Date Working mom Laura just wishes job becomes a nightmare. when Phineas and Ferb build a

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8:30

9 AM

Kristin Dorn and Elisa Donovan in “A Valentine’s Date”

roller coaster in their backyard. However, a meddling Candace tries to get them in trouble by getting their mom to come home from the grocery store. Meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz hatches an evil plan.

FEBRUARY 11, 2012 9:30

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10:30

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Ponytail irks citizens on his morning beat in this season premiere. Elsewhere, argumentative offenders accost Bonnie in Providence, and Rodney and Sonjia run into trouble when they boot at a graduation ceremony.

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Billy is back and he faces one of his deadliest jobs ever as he helps a family with a snake problem in the season premiere. Later, he gets stung repeatedly as he strives to humanely remove a hive from a New Orleans neighborhood.

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By Adam Thomlison TV Media Q: Is it true that Lucy Lawless put out a music album? A: Not exactly. Lucy Lawless, best known to most as the warrior princess Xena in the cleverly titled cult classic series “Xena: Warrior Princess,” has released a recording of a live concert she performed at L.A.’s famed Roxy Theater, and an EP (mini-album) with five tracks, three of which are just remixes of the first. However, Lawless is certainly aware of her physical appeal, which undeniably aided in the success of her TV show (which featured her jumping around in the tightest, skimpiest battle Armour ever worn by a warrior princess). Perhaps that’s why, though she’s

HollywoodQ&A released just two audio recordings, she’s released multiple live-concert DVDs, including two filmed at the aforementioned Roxy. She also contributed a song to the 2006 CD “Unexpected Dreams: Songs From the Stars,” a compilation of lullabies performed by various film and TV stars. Other contributors include Scarlett Johansson, Ewan McGregor and “Desperate Housewives” star Teri Hatcher. As is the case with most actors who can sing, Lawless appeared in a Broadway run of “Grease,” playing Rizzo. Her appearance earned a fair bit of press -- “Xena” was nearing its popularity peak at the time -and so this was most people’s introduction to Lawless’s musical bent. But despite all this she hasn’t abandoned her TV fans. Indeed, her current series, Starz’s “Spartacus,”

has a lot in common with “Xena: Warrior Princess.” Both are factually loose, racy portrayals of classical eras -- with “Spartacus,” she’s moved forward in time from ancient Greece to slightly less-ancient Rome. Q: I saw that Woody Allen is nominated for best director at the Oscars this year. Has he ever won before? A: Yes, but it’s been a while. Woody Allen, considered one of the great American filmmakers of all time, won his best-director Oscar way back in 1978 for “Annie Hall.” But the thing about Allen is he makes a lot of movies -- a film a year, on average -- so while he did win a directing Oscar in 1978, that means he didn’t win a directing Oscar 39 times since. That doesn’t mean he was nomi-

nated for each of those. His nomination this year for “Midnight in Paris” is just his seventh directing nod. He’s always considered himself more of a writer, he says, and that shows in his record with the academy: he has 15 writing nominations under his belt, including one this year. He’s won two Oscars in that category, for “Annie Hall” again, and in 1987 for “Hannah and Her Sisters.” But he’d be the first to ask that we not put too much stock in these things. “When you see who wins those things -- or who doesn’t win them -- you can see how meaningless this Oscar thing is,” he told an interviewer. He has consistently refused to let his studios use his name in their promotional ads aimed at Oscar voters -- the Hollywood tradition

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that popularized the phrase “for your consideration.” Indeed, the night he won his best-directing Oscar -- March 29, 1978 -- Allen wasn’t even there to accept it. He was at Michael’s Pub in New York, playing his weekly gig with his jazz band. If he doesn’t care about awards, surely he (or at least his studio, Sony Pictures Classics) cares about the box office, in which case “Midnight in Paris” is already a winner. The film, which stars Owen Wilson as an American writer visiting Paris who is magically whisked back to the days of Hemingway and Fitzgerald, is now Allen’s top-grossing film of all time at the domestic box office.

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LL Cool J welcomes Paul McCartney, Rihanna, Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters and more as he hosts the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. The Grammys cross all genres of music, making them among the most prestigious honors in the industry.

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Love is in the air for Lisa when she falls for Nick (Michael Cera). Unfortunately for Marge, who has a mother-daughter Valentine’s Day plan, Lisa gets swept up in the romance.

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Once Upon a Time "Skin H.Wives "Is This What Pan Am "Romance National CTV News ~ Girl Joely Collins. TV14 TV14 TV14  TV14 TV14 Deep" (N) TVPG You Call Love?" (N) TV14 Languages" (N) TVPG News TVPG TVG Brothers & Sisters True Hollywood Story News 4 Weekend ~ TVG   Ali ('01,Bio) The life of boxing legend Muhammad Ali and his battles both 10 O'Clock Paid ~ TVPG The Office The Office "Julia" TVPG "Amber Frey" ~ TVPG inside and outside the ring. Mario Van Peebles, Jamie Foxx, Will Smith. ~ TVMA TV14 TV14 News ~ TVG (3:00) Golf PGA Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Final Round Site: CBS Even. 60 Minutes TVG The 54th Annual Grammy Awards Recognizes excellence in the music industry and ensures Grey's A. TV14  Pebble Beach Golf Links Pebble Beach, Calif. (L) ~ TVG News TVG music remains part of our culture. (N) ~ TVPG   Above the Law ('88) Steven Seagal. TV14   Exit Wounds ('01) Steven Seagal. TVM   Fast & Furious ('09) Vin Diesel. TV14   Backdraft ('91) Kurt Russell. TVMA  The First 48 TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 Criminal Minds TV14  The Walking Dead TVPG The Walking Dead TVPG The Walking Dead TVPG Dead "Secrets" TVPG Walking Dead (N) TVPG Walking Dead (N) TV14 Comic Book Men "Junk" Dead "Nebraska" TV14 Finding Bigfoot TVPG Finding Bigfoot TVPG Finding Bigfoot TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Gator Boys (N) TVPG Finding Bigfoot TVPG Gator Boys TVPG 3:  Ace Ventura: Wh...   Shallow Hal ('01) Gwyneth Paltrow. TVPG   Employee of the Month ('06) Dax Shepard. TVPG   Zack and Miri Make A Porno TVMA  First Week In First Week In First Week In Secret Service Secrets Secret Service Secrets Armored Car TVPG The 9/11 Tapes Armored Car TVPG Phineas Phineas GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm SoRandom Shake It Up A.N.T. Farm SoRandom   Up ('09) Edward Asner. TVG (:45) Ferb A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm SoRandom Shake It Up 3: Bowling Football NCAA All-Star Challenge ~ TVG SportsCenter TVG Basketball NBA Miami Heat vs. Atlanta Hawks (L) TVG Basketball NBA Utah Jazz vs. Memphis Grizzlies (L) TVG (3:30)   Notting Hill ('99) Hugh Grant. TVPG   Pretty Woman ('90) Richard Gere. TV14   The Notebook ('04) Ryan Gosling. TVPG Chopped TVG Guess Who BestAte Diners Diners Good Eats TVG Cupcake Wars (N) TVG WorstCooks (N) TVG Iron Chef America TVPG Chopped TVG   When in Rome ('10) Kristen Bell. TV14   All About Steve ('09) Sandra Bullock. TV14   The Proposal ('09) Sandra Bullock. TV14   The Proposal TV14    A Smile as Big as the Moon TVPG  A Valentine's Date ('11) Elisa Donovan. TVPG  Cupid ('11) Joely Fisher. TVG   Straight From The Heart Teri Polo. TVPG HouseH House For Rent For Rent HouseH House Holmes on Homes TVPG Holmes on Homes TVPG Holmes Inspection TVPG Holmes Inspection TVPG Property Brothers American Pickers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Ax Men TVPG Ax Men TVPG Ax Men (N) TVPG Full Metal Jousting (N) Mudcats  (3:30)   P.S. I Love You Hilary Swank. TV14   Did You Hear About The Morgans? TV14   The Holiday ('06) Cameron Diaz. TVPG Project Runway  Game 365 Basketball NCAA St. Francis vs LIU - Brooklyn (L) TVG Game 365 Boxing '11 EPIX TVG Boxing Classics '11 EPIX TVG Boxing Classics '11 EPIX TVG iCarly iCarly Victorious Victorious SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show Wife Kids Wife Kids G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends (2:30)  Roxanne TVPG   Look Who's Talking ('89) John Travolta. 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TV14 Falling Skies TV14 Regular Regular Adv.Time Adv.Time   Who Framed Roger Rabbit? TVPG Level Up Level Up Venture H.Birdman King of Hill Family Guy Family Guy Robot 3:30  There's No Business Like Sh... (:45)   Let's Make Love ('60) Marilyn Monroe. TVPG   Funny Girl ('68) Barbra Streisand. TVPG (:45)   Hester Street TVPG  Murder, She Wrote TVG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Queens SVU "Popular" TV14 SVU "Wrath" TV14 SVU "Doubt" TV14 SVU "Weak" TV14 SVU "Torch" TV14 SVU "Burned" TV14 SVU "Bombshell" TV14  G.I. Joe: The Rise o...  2:30 Rugby Game On! Moto. Hour (N) ~ TVG Racer TV Game On! NHL Live! Hockey NHL Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red Wings (L) ~ TVG NHL Live! Overtime Game On! Dew Tour  Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives (N) TV14 Mob Wives Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives Mob Wives TV14


12 • February 10 - 16, 2012

Mondayhighlights Precision Transport 2 x 2”

Hoarders (28) A&E

Castle

9:00 p.m.

Kathleen’s daughter doles out some tough love when she insists she get help or move out. Scott has bought hundreds of buildings, barns and semis to house things he buys at auction.

Stana Katic in “Castle”

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Jennifer Beals guest stars as Sophia Conrad, a smart, sexy CIA operative who assists on a case. Castle and Beckett soon uncover evidence of a sinister, international conspiracy.

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(N) CBC News: The National Stroumboulopoulos (N) TV14 bureaus. ~ TVG Street Street Dance" (N) Mosque (N) TVG TVG The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Bachelor Ben struggles to decide which four women Castle "Pandora" 1/2 Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG he will escort home to meet their families. (N) ~ TVPG cont'd Feb 20 (N) TVPG News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big The Voice "The Blind Auditions" TVPG Smash "Callbacks" (N) CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TV14 TVPG The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office Gossip Girl "Crazy, Hart of Dixie "Aliens 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TV14 Cops TVPG Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TV14 TVPG Cupid, Love" (N) TV14 and Aliases" (N) TVPG News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! M-Mother Broke Girls Two 1/2... M&M (N) Hawaii Five-0 "I Helu Newswatch (:35) LateS ~ TVG TVG TVG (N) TVPG (N) TV14 (N) TV14 TV14 Pu" (N) TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  (2:00)     Commando ('85) Arnold Schwarzenegger. TV14 Cold Case "The Key" Cold Case "Fireflies" Cold Case "Lonely Criminal Minds "Public Criminal Minds "Mosley Heartbreak Ridge TVMA TV14 TV14 Hearts" TV14 Enemy" TV14 Lane" TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Hoarders TVPG Hoarders TVPG Hoarders TVPG Inter. "Zeinah" TV14 Inter. "Kimberly" TV14  2:30  Desperate Mea... CSI: Miami TV14 CSI: Miami TV14 CSI: Miami TV14   Hard to Kill ('90) Steven Seagal. TVMA   Under Siege ('92) Steven Seagal. TV14  The Haunted TVPG O. Wild O. Wild River Mon Lost TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny Sunny Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock Work South Park Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny Daily Show Colbert  American Chopper TVPG MythBusters TVPG American Chopper: TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG American Chopper TVPG Toughest Trucker American Chopper TVPG (3:45)   Up TVG (:20)   Monsters, Inc. ('01) John Goodman. TVG Jake Never Land (N) TVY Austin/ Ally  16 Wishes ('10) Kendall Cross. TVG (:10) Austin (:35) Jessie Jessie Jessie NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG Basketball NCAA Syracuse vs. Louisville (L) TVG Basketball NCAA Kansas vs. Kansas State (L) TVG SportsCenter TVG '70s Show '70s Show Gilmore Girls TVPG The Lying Game TV14 Pretty Little Liars TV14 Liar "CTRL: A" (N) TV14 The Lying Game (N) TV14 Jane "The Image Issue" The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Giada Paula Paula Diners Diners Diners Diners Seekers Seekers Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners Diners   All About Steve ('09) Sandra Bullock. TV14 Met-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   Hellboy II: The Golden Army ('08) Ron Perlman. TV14  Hellboy II: The Gold...  The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier 2/2 Frasier Frasier For Rent For Rent For Rent For Rent For Rent For Rent House HouseH Love It or List It (N) TVPG HouseH HouseH HouseH House My House Price Place American Pickers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Cajun Cajun Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Cajun Cajun Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Full Metal Jousting    Fatal Trust ('06) Carol Alt. TV14   Fatal Desire ('05) Anne Heche. TV14   Fatal Reunion ('05) Erika Eleniak. TV14   Fatal Lessons: The Good Teacher TV14  MSG Vault The stories behind the garden moments. H. Fame Game 365 H. Fame H. Fame Breaking Barriers Game 365 H. Fame Boomer & Carton H. Fame H. Fame iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends Who Marry Who Marry Who Marry Who Marry Who Marry Who Marry The Rosie Show TVPG Dr. Phil TVPG Money Class TVPG Next Chapter TVPG Dr. Phil TVPG (3:00) Basket. NCAA TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Yearbook Baseball MLB San Francisco Giants vs. New York Mets 2010 Flushing, N.Y. TVG Yearbook SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite CSI: Crime Scene TV14   Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest ('06) Johnny Depp. TV14   Jurassic Park ('93) Sam Neill. TVPG  Jurassic Park TVPG  (3:30)   End of Days TVM Being Human TV14 Being Human TV14 Being Human TV14 Being Human (N) TV14 Lost Girl (N) TV14 Being Human TV14 Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Conan (N) TV14 Hoarding TVPG Hoarding TVPG Hoarding TVPG Hoarding TVPG Extreme Coupon TVPG To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ Extreme Coupon TVPG Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 The Mentalist TV14 The Mentalist TV14 The Closer TV14 Rizzoli & Isles TV14 Ed Edd Johnny Test Johnny Test Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Adv.Time Regular MAD King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy (3:00)   In Cold Blood TV14   North by Northwest ('59) Cary Grant. TVPG   Z ('69) Yves Montand. TVPG (:15)   The Guns of Navarone TV14  Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Queens Queens Law & Order: C.I. TV14 NCIS "Shalom" TV14 NCIS "Escaped" TVPG NCIS TVPG Westmin.DogShow (N) WWE Raw ~ TVPG WWE Raw ~ TVPG (:05) White Collar TV14  (3:) Rugby Game On! Dew Tour ~ TVG NBC Sports Talk NHL Live! Hockey NHL San Jose Sharks vs. Washington Capitals (L) ~ TVG NHL Live! NBC Sports Talk Overtime Bball "Reunion" TV14 Bball "Reunion" 2/2 TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 TI Tiny TI Tiny TI Tiny TI Tiny Greatest "Hour 1" (N) Pop-Up TI Tiny


February 10 - 16, 2012 • 13

Tuesdayhighlights Whitney 8:00 p.m.

(10) CFTO

When Mark claims that couples will know within 48 hours whether or not they’re meant for each other, Whitney seems to be the only one who disagrees. Chris tries to prove her wrong and they reminisce about the first time they met in 2008.

Valley Motorsports 2 x 4”

Top Gear (64) HIST

Dolvett Quince, Alison Sweeney and Bob Harper as seen in “The Biggest Loser”

The Biggest Loser (2.1) (2) WGRZ

challenge will receive letters from loved ones. Also, Alison Sweeney informs the teams that one player from each team will be going home with their trainer.

8:00 p.m.

It’s Valentine’s Day at the ranch and that means the winners of an obstacle course

9:00 p.m.

Comedian Adam Ferrara, champion rally racer Tanner Foust and racing analyst Rutledge Wood return for a new season in this premiere. Along with celebrity interviews, the series includes extreme stunts and challenges and car reviews.

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4:30

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FEBRUARY 14, 2012 5 PM

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Rick Mercer 22 Minutes Arctic Air "C-TV AK" (N) CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TV14 local news events. ~ TVY Street Street Report (N) TVG TVG /(:05) George S. (N) The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Last Man St Cougar T The River "Los Ciegos" Body of Proof "Cold Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG (N) TVPG (N) TVPG (N) TVPG Blooded" (N) TVPG News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big Whitney (N) Hot/ Cleve. The River "Los Ciegos" Unforgettable "The CTV News ~ CTV News ~ (N) TVPG TVG  Bang TV14 TV14 TV14 Following Sea" (N) TV14 TVG The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office Hart of Dixie TVPG Ringer (N) TV14 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TVPG Cops TVPG Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TV14 TVPG News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! NCIS "Secrets" (N) TV14 NCIS: Los Angeles Unforgettable "The Newswatch (:35) LateS ~ TVG TVG TVG "Crimeleon" (N) TVPG Following Sea" (N) TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  Criminal Minds "The Criminal Minds "A Rite Criminal Minds "A Criminal Minds "Devil's Criminal Minds "Middle Crim. Minds "Reflection Flashpoint "A Day in Flashpoint "Last Dance" TVPG Fight" TV14 of Passage" TV14 Thousand Words" TV14 Night" TV14 Man" TV14 of Desire" TV14 the Life" TV14 C.Mind "The Tribe" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage  2:30  Under Siege TV14 CSI "Bombshell" TV14 CSI: Miami TV14 CSI: Miami TV14   Die Hard: With a Vengeance ('95) Bruce Willis. TVM   Die Hard TV14  The Haunted TVPG O. Wild O. Wild River Mon Lost TVPG RivMon Unhooked TVPG Russia "Urals" TVPG Russia "Primorye" TVPG Wild Russia TVPG Russia "Urals" TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny South Park Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock KeyPeele Tosh.O Tosh.O Tosh.O Tosh.O KeyPeele Daily Show Colbert  American Chopper TVPG MythBusters TVPG To Be Announced ~ To Be Announced ~ StarDealers StarDealers Dirty Jobs TVPG Ragin' Cajuns Dirty Jobs TVPG Jessie Jessie Austin/ Ally Austin/ Ally Shake It Up GoodLuck Jessie A.N.T. Farm TVG   Camp Rock ('08) Joe Jonas. TVG (:15) FishH Jessie A.N.T. Farm TVG NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG Basketball NCAA Florida vs. Alabama (L) TVG Basketball NCAA Ohio State vs. Minnesota (L) TVG SportsCenter TVG '70s Show '70s Show Gilmore Girls TVPG Jane "The Image Issue" Birth "Las Dos Fridas" Switched at Birth (N) Jane by Design (N) Switched at Birth The 700 Club TVPG Basics Giada Paula Home Cook Chopped TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Chopped TVG Chopped (N) TVG Chopped TVG 3:  Austin Powers: T... Met-Mother Met-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   Star Trek ('09) Chris Pine. TVPG Justified (N) TVMA Justified TVMA The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Income Income Income Income Income Income House HouseH My Place My Place Property Property HouseH House Love It or List It TVPG Cajun Cajun Cajun Cajun American Pickers TVPG American Pickers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Top Gear (N) TVPG Top Shot (N) TVPG Swamp People TVPG  Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba Dance Moms TVPG Dance Moms TVPG Dance Moms TVPG Supernanny TVPG Project Runway  H. Fame H. Fame Knick # Knick # Knick # Pre-game Basketball NBA New York Knicks vs. Toronto Raptors (L) TVG Post Game Boomer & Carton Rangers in 60 NHL TVG Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends Nightmare Next TV14 Nightmare Next TV14 Nightmare Next TV14 The Rosie Show TVPG Geek Love Geek Love Love Etc. TVPG Geek Love Geek Love (2:30) Baseball MLB TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Pre-game Basketball NCAA St. John's vs. Seton Hall (L) TVG Post-game Beer Beer SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite CSI: Crime Scene TV14 Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Ink Master TV14 Ink Master (N) TV14 Ink Master TV14   The Odyssey 1/2 cont'd next TV14   The Odyssey ('97) 2/2 Armand Assante. TV14   Troy ('04) Brad Pitt. TVMA  Odysseus & the Isle...  Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang Conan (N) TV14 Say Yes to Say Yes to Cake Boss Kitchen 19 Kids 19 Kids 19 Kids 19 Kids 19 Kids & Count TVPG 19 Kids & Count TVPG Undercover Pr. TVPG 19 Kids & Count TVPG Law & Order TV14   Gran Torino ('08) Clint Eastwood. TVMA   Shooter ('06) Mark Wahlberg. 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14 • February 10 - 16, 2012

Wednesdayhighlights Survivor: One World

spelling bee, and Axl tries to break a speed limit on foot.

(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE

8:00 p.m.

It’s a battle of the sexes as the women form one tribe and the men form another in this premiere. Host Jeff Probst once again takes the helm as the two competing tribes are forced to share the same beach while they vie for the $1-million grand prize. 8:00 p.m.

When an overzealous Sue wants to see Justin Bieber in concert, Frankie does everything in her power to get tickets. Elsewhere, Mike coaches Brick for the school’s upcoming

Jeff Probst hosts “Survivor: One World”

WEDNESDAY EVENING 4 PM NBC WGRZ PBS WNED CBS WIVB FOX WUTV CBC CBLT ABC WKBW CTV CFTO CW WNLO CBS WSEE ION WPXJ A&E AMC APL COMC DISC DISN ESPN FAM FOOD FX HALL HGTV HIST LIFE MSG NICK OWN SNY SPIKE SYFY TBS TLC TNT TOON TCM TVLND USA VS VH1

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4:30

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5 PM

(64) HIST

9:00 p.m.

Larry embarks on another exciting adventure as he heads down south to show viewers what the American redneck considers entertainment in this premiere.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

The Middle (7.1) (7) WKBW

Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy

(4.1) (4) WIVB (10) CFTO (35.1) (17) WSEE

10:00 p.m.

Oscar nominee Elisabeth Shue joins the cast as a new CSI who comes to the unit fresh off an anger management course.

FEBRUARY 15, 2012 5:30

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The Insider TVPG Ladies of ~ TVPG Inside Ed. Access H. TVPG TVPG Judge Judy Two and TV14 Half TVPG Coronation Jeopardy! Street TVG Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! TVG eTalk TVPG The Big Bang TVPG The Office The Office TV14 TVPG Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! TVG Cold Case "Forever Blue" TV14 Storage Storage CSI: Miami TV14 Swamp Wars TVPG 30 Rock 30 Rock

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Whitney (N) Are There Rock Center With Brian Law&O.:SVU "Home Channel 2 Jay Leno TV14 (N) TVPG Williams TVPG Invasions" (N) TV14 News ~ TVG (N) TVPG  Nature "The Himalayas" Nova "Extreme Cave Cave People of the Business Frontline TVG Diving" TVG Himalaya (N) TVPG TVG TVPG  News 4 at 5:00 p.m. ~ News 4 at CBSNews Survivor: One World (SP) Criminal Minds "Closing CSI: Crime Scene News 4 at (:35) LateS "Seeing Red" (N) TV14 11 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  TVG 6:00 p.m. TVG (N) TVPG Time" (N) TV14 Maury TV14 The Jeremy Kyle Show The Big Judge Judy Amer. Idol "Hollywood Round #2" Randy, Jennifer Seinfeld Two and TheSimp- Seinfeld TV14 Bang TVPG TV14 and Steven narrow down the contestants. (N) ~ TVPG TVPG Half TV14 sons TVPG TVPG Rick Mercer Wheel TVPG CBC News Coverage of the day's top Coronation Dragons' Den History Republic of Doyle "The CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TV14 local news events. ~ TVY Street comes alive in the Den. Dating Game" (N) TVPG TVG /(:05) George S. (N) The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World The Middle Suburgato- Modern (N) Happy End. Revenge "Chaos" (N) Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG (N) TVPG ry (N) TVPG TVPG (N) TVPG TVPG News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG Amer. Idol "Hollywood Round #2" Randy, Jennifer CSI: Crime Scene CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG  and Steven narrow down the contestants. (N) ~ TVPG "Seeing Red" (N) TV14 TVG The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest One Tree "Catastrophe Remodeled "Attitude 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TVPG Cops TVPG Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG and the Cure" (N) TVPG Adjustment" (N) TVPG News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Survivor: One World (SP) Criminal Minds "Closing CSI: Crime Scene Newswatch (:35) LateS ~ TVG TVG (N) TVPG Time" (N) TV14 "Seeing Red" (N) TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  Ghost Whisperer "Deja Ghost Whisperer "Speed Ghost Whisperer "Mean Cold Case "The Red and Cold Case "Knuckle Up" Criminal Minds "Exit Criminal "The Internet TVPG Boo" TVPG Demon" TVPG Ghost" TVPG the Blue" TVPG Wounds" TV14 Is Forever" TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Storage Storage Bounty Hunter TVPG Bounty Hunter TVPG Bounty Hunter TVPG  2:  Die Hard: With a... CSI: Miami TV14 CSI "Power Trip" TV14   Eraser ('96) Arnold Schwarzenegger. TVM   Commando TV14  The Haunted TVG O. Wild O. Wild RivMon Unhooked TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG Finding Bigfoot TVPG Finding Bigfoot TVPG Hillbilly Hand TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny South Park Daily Show Colbert Futurama Futurama South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Colbert  American Chopper TVPG MythBusters "Cell Phones on Planes" TVPG Beast Tracker Collision Course Beast Tracker Shake It Up Shake It Up Jessie Jessie Shake It Up GoodLuck Jessie Shake It Up Shake It Up  Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam Alyson Stoner. TVG Jessie Shake It Up Shake It Up NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsC. The day's news in the world of sports. ~ TVG Basketball NCAA North Carolina vs. Miami (L) TVG Basketball NBA Portland vs Golden State (L) TVG  '70s Show '70s Show Gilmore Girls TVPG   The Prince and Me ('04) Julia Stiles. TV14   Pretty Woman ('90) Richard Gere. TV14 The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Giada Paula Home Cook Diners Diners Restaurant TVG Restaurant TVG Restaurant TVG Restaurant (N) TVG WorstCooks TVG (3:30)   You Don't Mess With the Zohan TV14 Met-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   Star Trek ('09) Chris Pine. TVPG  Batman Begins TV14  The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier My Place My Place My Place My Place My Place My Place House HouseH Property Brothers Income Cousins HouseH House Property Brothers America: The Story of the U.S. "Metropolis" TVPG Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Restoration Only America (N) TVPG Restoration Restoration Mudcats  M-Mother Met-Mother Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG  (3:00) Hockey NHL N.Y. Rangers vs Boston TVG Countdown Knick # Pre-game Basketball NBA Sacramento Kings vs. New York Knicks (L) TVG Post Game Boomer & Carton Game 365 Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends Pregnant Pregnant Pregnant Pregnant Pregnant Pregnant The Rosie Show TVPG Next Chapter TVPG Next Chapter TVPG Next Chapter TVPG Next Chapter TVPG (3:00) Basket. NCAA TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Pre-game Basketball NCAA DePaul vs. Connecticut (L) TVG Post-game Beer Beer SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite CSI "Meet Market" TV14 Ways to Die Ways to Die Ways to Die WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD WaysD Face Off TVPG Face Off TVPG Face Off TVPG Face Off TVPG Ghost Hunters TVPG Ghost Hunters (N) TVPG Face Off (N) TVPG Ghost "City Hell" TVPG Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy BigBang BigBang Conan (N) TV14 Say Yes to Say Yes to Cake Boss Kitchen Toddlers & Tiaras TVG Dr. G "Clue Game" TVPG Hoarding TVPG Untold Stories TV14 My 600-lb Life TVPG Untold Stories TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 LawOrder "Coma" TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 South. "Legacy" TVMA Ed Edd Johnny Test Johnny Test Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Johnny NinjaGo Level Up King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy (3:15)  They Were Expendable TVPG (:45)   The Caine Mutiny ('54) Humphrey Bogart. TVPG   The Nun's Story ('59) Audrey Hepburn. TVPG  Casablanca TVPG  Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Loves Ray Loves Ray Hot/ Cleve. Hot/ Cleve. Queens Queens NCIS TV14 NCIS "Sandblast" TV14 NCIS TVPG NCIS: LA "Found" TV14 NCIS TVPG NCIS TV14 Royal Pains (N) TV14 Covert Affairs TV14 (3:30) Rugby IRB TVG Motorsport Hour ~ TVG NBC Sports Talk (L) NHL Live! Hockey NHL Boston Bruins vs. Montréal Canadiens (L) ~ TVG NHL Live! NBC Sports Talk Overtime Behind the Music TVPG Sports Illust. "2012" TRL Moments "Hour 1" TRL Moments "Hour 2" Saturday Night Live "The Women of SNL" TV14 Greatest "Hour 3" (N) Pop-Up Greatest 


February 10 - 16, 2012 • 15

Thursdayhighlights American Idol (29.1) (5) WUTV

Project Runway: All Stars

8:00 p.m.

The thrill of the competition heats up as the contestants sing their hearts out for the chance to win a major recording contract. Judges Steven Tyler, Randy Jackson and Jennifer Lopez weigh in with their thoughts on the performances.

(50) LIFE

Parks and Recreation (2.1) (2) WGRZ

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4:30

The Ellen DeGeneres Show TVPG America T. Smiley TVG TVPG The Dr. Oz Show TVPG

5 PM

Archer

8:30 p.m.

Louis C.K. guest stars as Leslie’s old flame Dave, who returns to the scene when Leslie tries to get an endorsement from the chief of police. Back in the office, Andy and the rest of the staff try to come up with a theme song for Leslie.

Isaac Mizrahi judges “Project Runway: All Stars”

9:00 p.m.

Nothing says glamor like Broadway, and the latest challenge has the designers competing for their Broadway debut. Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz wants the designers to create an outfit for the musical “Godspell.” (59) FX

10:00 p.m.

Archer and Lana come to Malory’s rescue, or at least she hopes they will. She’s found herself in a compromising situation with the Italian prime minister. This offbeat animated series follows a group of international spies.

FEBRUARY 16, 2012 5:30

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The Insider 30 Rock Parks/Rec The Office Up-Night Grimm TV14 Channel 2 Jay Leno TVPG TV14 (N) TVPG (N) TV14 (N) TVPG News ~ TVG (N) TVPG  Thin Blue Land Girls "Final WWII "The Soviet MI-5 "The Deal" TV14 Business Nova TVG  Line TVPG Reckoning" ~ TV14 Steamroller" ~ TVPG TVG News 4 at 5:00 p.m. ~ News 4 at CBSNews Inside Ed. Access H. BigBang (N) Rob (N) Person of Interest "Blue The Mentalist "War of News 4 at (:35) LateS TVPG TVPG (N) ~ TVPG  TVG 6:00 p.m. TVG TV14 TV14 Code" (N) TV14 the Roses" (N) TV14 11 ~ TVG Maury TV14 The Jeremy Kyle Show The Big Judge Judy Judge Judy Two and American Idol "Performance Challenge" (N) TVPG Seinfeld Two and TheSimp- Seinfeld TV14 TVPG TV14 Bang TVPG TV14 Half TVPG Half TV14 sons TVPG TVPG Rick Mercer Wheel TVPG CBC News Coverage of the day's top Coronation Coronation Jeopardy! Nat. Things "The Suzuki Doc Zone "Who's Sorry CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TV14 local news events. ~ TVY Street Street TVG Diaries: Future City" (N) Now?" (N) TVG /(:05) George S. (N) The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Wipeout TVPG Grey's "Have You Seen P. Practice "You Break Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG Me Lately?" (N) TV14 My Heart" (N) TV14 News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big BigBang (N) Up-Night Grey's "Have You Seen The Mentalist "War of CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TVPG TV14 (N) TV14 Me Lately?" (N) TV14 the Roses" (N) TV14 The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office Vampire Diaries "All My The Secret Circle 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TVPG Cops TV14 Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TV14 TVPG Children" (N) TV14 "Return" (N) TV14 News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! BigBang (N) Rob (N) Person of Interest "Blue The Mentalist "War of Newswatch (:35) LateS ~ TVG TVG TVG TV14 TV14 Code" (N) TV14 the Roses" (N) TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  Ghost Whisperer "The Ghost Whisperer "The Ghost "Delia's First Cold Case "Blackout" Cold Case "8:03 AM" Cold Case "Blood on the Criminal Minds "Our Criminal Mind "Extreme TVPG Cradle Will Rock" TVPG Walk-In" TVPG Ghost" TVPG TV14 Tracks" TVPG Darkest Hour" TV14 Aggressor" TV14 Criminal Minds TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TVPG  (3:)  Commando TV14 CSI "Tipping Point" TV14 CSI "Head Case" TV14 CSI: Miami TV14   The Fugitive ('93) Harrison Ford. TV14  Mad Max: Beyond ...  The Haunted TVPG O. Wild O. Wild RivMon Unhooked TVPG Finding Bigfoot TVPG Gator Boys TVPG Snake Man (N) TVPG American Stuffers TV14 Gator Boys TVPG (:55) Futura Tosh.O Sunny South Park Daily Show Colbert 30 Rock 30 Rock Chappelle Chappelle Seriously Funny TVMA KeyPeele Tosh.O Daily Show Colbert  American Chopper TVPG MythBusters TVPG Cash Cab Cash Cab Secret Service Armored Car TVPG Cops & Coyotes TV14 First Week In Cops & Coyotes TV14 GoodLuck GoodLuck Austin/ Ally Austin/ Ally Shake It Up GoodLuck Jessie SoRandom Phineas  Lemonade Mouth ('11) Bridgit Mendler. TVG Jessie SoRandom Phineas NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG Basketball NCAA (L) TVG Basketball NCAA (L) TVG SportsCenter TVG '70s Show '70s Show Gilmore Girls TVPG   Holes ('03) Sigourney Weaver. TVPG   Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Gene Wilder. TVG The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Giada Home Cook Paula Chopped TVG Chopped TVG Chopped TVG Chopped TVG Fat Chef (N) TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Movie Met-Mother Met-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   2012 ('09) John Cusack. TV14 Archer Unsuperv. Archer Unsuperv. The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Property Property Property Property Property Property House HouseH My Place My Place Selling LA Selling NY HouseH House HouseH House Modern Marvels TVPG Modern Marvels TVPG MonsterQuest TV14 Mudcats Swamp People TVPG Swamp People TVPG Mudcats "Hot Spots" (N) Cajun Cajun  M-Mother Met-Mother Dance Moms TVPG Dance Moms TVPG Project Runway TVPG Project Runway Project Runway TVPG 24 Hour Catwalk TVPG Project Runway TVPG  (2:00) Basketb. NBA TVG Knicks in 60 NBA TVG Bench Pre-Game Hockey NHL Chicago Blackhawks vs. New York Rangers (L) ~ TVG Post-Game Boomer & Carton Rangers in 60 NHL TVG iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends Be Alive TVPG Be Alive TV14 Be Alive TVPG The Rosie Show TVPG   Beaches ('88) Bette Midler. TVPG   Beaches TVPG  (3:00) Basket. NCAA TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Yearbook Hot Stove Yearbook Yearbook Yearbook Yearbook Yearbook Hot Stove SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Impact Wrestling (N) TV14 Deadliest Warrior Star Trek: NG TVPG Star Trek: NG TVPG Star Trek: Next Gen. TVG   Star Trek: Insurrection Patrick Stewart. TV14   Pandorum ('09) Dennis Quaid. TVMA Movie Friends Friends Friends 1/2 Friends 2/2 Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang Conan (N) TV14 Say Yes Say Yes Cake Boss Kitchen Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG David Blaine TVPG NY Ink TV14 NY Ink TV14 Magician Impossible NY Ink TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Bones TV14 Bones TV14 Basketball NBA Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls (L) TVG Basketball NBA L.A. C./Por. (L) TVG  Ed Edd Level Up Level Up Regular MAD Gumball Adv.Time Adv.Time MAD Regular King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy (:15)   Born Free Virginia McKenna. TVPG   The Black Stallion ('79) Kelly Reno. TVPG   Fiddler on the Roof ('71) Chaim Topol. TVG :15  Doctor Zhivago ...  Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Queens Queens Burn Notice TV14 Burn "Last Stand" TV14 NCIS TV14 NCIS "Smoked" TVPG NCIS "Driven" TVPG NCIS "Suspicion" TVPG NCIS TVPG Burn Notice TV14 Track Millrose Games TVG Motorsport Hour ~ TVG NBC Sports Talk (L) Tred Barta Hunt/ Fish Fishing Fishing No Offense Rugby IRB Sevens World Series ~ TVG NBC Sports Talk 3:30 Wives Mob Wives Saturday Night Live "The Women of SNL" TV14 Great Women "Hour 1" Great Women "Hour 2" Great Women "Hour 3" Greatest "Hour 4" (N) Pop-Up Greatest 


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