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GA Family Services Seeks Foster Homes Thanskgiving; or, who do you call in we try to normalize.” the middle of the night when your Editor Becoming a certified foster parbelly aches? Hopefully, she says, it’s ent takes about 12 weeks. First, a the foster mother or foster dad, who home visit is scheduled to discuss Customers of Wendy’s Restaurants may also get kids through those rites all aspects of foster care. Pre-service will receive a call to action when they of passage such as buying a first car, trainings are provided and assesssit down at the chain’s area restauor finding a job and dating. ments are made to gather family inrants this month. Printed on place formation which determines the best “It’s those typical events in life that mats is a picture of a small boy holding up a sign asking “Is There Love In Your Home For Me?” “Currently we have more children in care than It’s part of the public awareness camwe have certified foster families...It’s a critical paign for May as Foster Care Month and highlights the need for more need at this time.” foster homes in Chautauqua County. —Beth Coughlin, GA’s Therapeutic Foster Care Program. “Currently we have more children in care than we have certified foster families,” says Beth Coughlin, family resource coordinator at GA’s Therapeutic Foster Care Program in Jamestown. There’s a critical need and that’s why we must shed light on it at this time.” Along with public awareness, Coughlin says Foster Care Month gives a reason to celebrate those individuals who currently serve as foster parents. She has seen first hand the difference foster parents can make in the young lives they touch. Program Manager Sylvia Trusso, is also a foster parent and says that “even a temporary home can lead to a lifetime of lasting connections.” Trusso says those lasting connections are made by seeing kids through some of the normal events of life. “I think of my boys 16, 18, 19 and ask “where do you go for Christmas or by Patricia Pihl
match for the family and the child. A home study and background check are also part of the process. The pre-service training is free and there is no obligation. In addition, applicants must be 21, meet safety standards of New York State, and successfully complete the application process. Some of the intangible, but equally important qualifications include being willing to teach life skills, share talents and being motivated to make a difference in the life of a child. Trusso says that foster parents often work very closely with biological parents. And unlike foster care in the past, the number of foster care homes a child is placed in is limited. “We want to keep the moves as limited as possible”, says Coughlin, because each disruption in a child’s life makes them relive the trauma. “Keeping siblings together is also important, since the kids are already suffering a huge loss.” According to Trusso, GA’s therapeutic foster care is a different than a basic foster care program. Staff members are on call 24/7 to support foster parents and weekly in home visits planned with th parents and the child. In addition, case managers are meeting the biological family twice a month. “Therapeutic is a little higher level of need, says Trusso, and sometimes
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Crossroads Market enters fifteenth year
By Mallory Diefenbach Star News Writer
On Saturday, May 5, Crossroads Market opened up its doors for the fifteenth time. The Cross Roads is a small market which has dozens of different vendors, all of which who sell goods which are creative and have a high standard of quality. From food vendors to furniture to pottery, there is something for everybody. The Cross Roads Market is a small business incubator unique to Chautauqua County. It is situated near the spot of the original county settlement along the Portage Trail connecting Lake Chautauqua and Lake Erie. According to the Cross Roads website, Cross Roads originally started in 1996, when members of the Co-op cleared the land, erected two 65 x 100-foot steel buildings and a stateof-the-art, environmentally sensitive restroom facility. A decade later they opened a third building to accommodate their growing businesses. And the Cross Roads is still growing even now; a new vendor by the name of Marlene Coletta of Mar-Co Gifts has joined the Cross Roads family. According to Mark Pouthier, the
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dors, the Cross Roads also hosts a number of events. This year the Cross Roads are staging a Classic Car Cruise In /Car show on Aug. 18 and a show of non Cross Roads vendors and artists on Sept. 15 to commemorate their 15th year in business.
For more information on Cross Roads or their vendors, you can visit their website at http://www.thecrossroadsmarket.com or call them at 716-326-6278. They are open every Saturday May through December from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Chautauqua Star Named As Official Newspaper of Bemus Bay Pops
By The Chautauqua Star Staff Organizers of the Bemus Bay Pops concert series are pleased to name the Chautauqua Star as the official newspaper of the Pops. The new partnership is one that promises to bring deserving light to an entertainment venue that has a significant economic and cultural impact on Chautauqua County. “This is an exciting opportunity for everyone involved. Not only will we be able to promote the Bemus Bay Pops to local residents and visitors throughout the summer, but we will also bring added value to the sponsors of the organization and the businesses located in Bemus Point.” said Larry Beasley, President and COO of Star Media Group. “The purpose of the Chautauqua Star is to promote the positive news and events happening throughout Chautauqua County and our partnership with the Pops helps us to accomplish that mission.” Dan Dalpra, founder and CEO of the Bemus Bay Pops, affirms
that the partnership is one that will be a productive relationship to both sides. “The ability to partner with the Chautauqua Star who publishes such a quality newspaper provides the Bemus Bay Pops with a stellar communication information tool to inform the entire region of its community wide program. This partnership will help the Pops improve its continual mission of “Bringing the Arts to the people”,” said Dalpra. “The need for a first rate newspaper like the Chautauqua Star to represent the Pops that truly communicates with the community was a major reason for this great collaboration that will benefit everyone,” says Michelle Turner, Director of Communications & Development for the Bemus Bay Pops. Throughout the summer, the Pops, which will kick off its 2012 season on June 24, presents one of the highest attended and most popular attractions in the county. As a product of the partnership, the Chautauqua Star will publish three special inserts throughout the summer. These special
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inserts will focus on promoting the Pops and the various great performers coming to our area, as well as provide incentives for shoppers to visit the restaurants, gift shops and retailers located throughout the village of Bemus Point. Tickets for the Bemus Bay Pops 2012 Concert Series on the DFT Communications Floating Stage are for sales now and can be purchased online at www.bemusbaypops or at the Italian Fisherman box office, located at 61 Lakeside Drive in Bemus Point. The Chautauqua Star is a free weekly newspaper published and distributed across Chautauqua County by Star Media Group. The community-based and family owned newspaper promotes the positive news and events happening throughout Chautauqua County. Founded in 2008, Star Media Group helps their customers achieve their business objectives by delivering integrated marketing communication solutions. Star Media Group is located in Dunkirk.
The Gowanda Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a new event, the “Zoar Valley Fest” held on Saturday, May 12 in Creekside Park, along Cattaraugus Creek in Gowanda. On Friday, May 11 at 6:30 p.m., the thirteenth annual crouse 5K Run will take place at American Legion Post #409 in Gowanda. To register for the race visit www.buffalorunners.com and click on races 2012 calendar. On Saturday, exhibitors, vendors, and musical entertainment featuring Paul Zittel
& Pure Country will welcome visitors to Creekside Park. There will also be fly-fishing demonstrations, rafting and kayaking excursions on the Cattaraugus Creek, which will take place from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (please pre-register through either http://www. cattraftingadventures.com/id1. html or http://www.zoarvalleyrafting.com). Other events include guided hikes into Zoar Valley multiple use area, horse and carriage rides to the gorge (please pre-register through http:// mistyridgecarriage.com/index. html); world kayak throwdown on Cattaraugus Creek will demonstrate competitive kayak events.
The World Premiere of the film “Empire,” featuring sports Pg 2 on NYS Whitewaters, will be Pg 4 shown at the historic Holly- Pg 5 wood Theatre at 6:30 p.m. Pg 6 Pg 7 Blood Money Band will be performing from 4 -8 p.m. Pg 8 at the Gowanda Fire Hall Pg 9 followed by the Sean Patrick Pg 1 McGraw concert beginning at Pg 1 8 p.m. Pg 1 Camping is available Friday Pg 1 to Sunday at the Gowanda Pg 1 Volunteer Firemen’s Grounds, Pg 1 Sandhill Road, Gowanda. To Pg 1 reserve a spot, call 716-5322834 or e-mail chamber@ SP gowandanychamber.org Pg 1 For more information, call the Pg 4 Chamber Office at 532-2834 or Pg 5 visit gowandanychamber.org Pg 6
Master Gardeners to Hold Plant Sale and Expo
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The Master Gardener (MG) Program of Chautauqua County will be holding it’s second annual plant sale and expo, Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Frank Bratt Ag Center. The Center is GA Family Services, Continued from page 1 located on Turner Road off of care and in that case, can relate What do foster parents get out Route 60. there is a history of trauma, “We’ve planned a fun day for of their experience? Trusso to what the child is going sexual abuse, neglect or both experienced and beginand Coughlin say that like ADHD. “We have to earn kids’ through and can say ‘I know ner gardeners,” said Betsy where you are at—when I was parenting in general, there trust, they may have special isn’t always immediate positive Burgeson, Director of the MG needs and problems and they in foster care, I missed my feedback, but say the rewards Program. “We will have tried need our respect.” Oftentimes, mom too.’ to those who open their home and true perennials, annuals, when kids get in trouble it’s According to Coughlin, the herbs and shrubs from the heart are “life enriching.” a cry for help, Trusso says. length of time for children to “Biological parents may be be in foster care is on average For more information on The Master Gardeners’ gardens stuck, and need to work within 29 months. But that time can GA Child and Family Services and our MG volunteers will be available to answer questhe system to get them back on vary, and some may provide and the foster care program tions.” There will be gardentrack. Thank goodness there’s foster care as a respite while call 716-665-8050 ext. 478 or ing demonstrations and the people out there who want to go to www.gafamilyservices. other parents are involved Master Gardener Help Desk foster.” with the intent to adopt,which org. will be open. usually happens with a child In some cases, the foster Handcrafted Mother’s Day garat birth. parents were also in in foster
Members of the Chautauqua County Master Gardeners Volunteer Program begin preparations for the upcoming plant sale and expo to be held May 12 at the Cooperative Extension, Frank Bratt Ag Center.
dening gifts and rain barrels will be available for sale. “Kids enjoy gardening, too,” Mrs. Burgeson added. “Bring the family and join us for lunch. It’s the perfect time to get excited about the garden season and a great way to help us raise funds to keep our program going strong.” The mission of the Master Gardeners of Chautauqua County is to educate and serve the community, utilizing university and research based horti-
cultural information. A new Master Gardener class will be held on Wednesday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon, beginning in mid-August and running through mid-December. Course topics include, but are not limited to; garden botany, soils and fertilizers, composting, insects and diseases, pruning, perennials, annuals, herbs, and wildlife management. For more information contact Mrs. Burgeson at 664-9502, ext. 204.
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The second annual Chautauqua in June learning festival, May 25 – June 17, 2012, is seasoned with culinary experiences and workshops including farm tours, winemaker’s and beer pairing dinners, culinary classes and tea tastings. Chautauqua County in southwestern New York State boasts the largest number of farms in the state as well as the largest grape growing region in the eastern United States. Culinary experiences are a special treat during the second annual Chautauqua in June learning festival. Experiences offered range from a two hour workshop learning how seasonings affect the taste of wine to a two day wine appreciation boot camp covering the process of planting vines through bottling and labeling wine. Local farmers, winemakers, brew masters, and chefs will roll out the welcome mat to teach participants about local foods, wines, brews, and the Farm to Table movement in Chautauqua County. At the historic Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua Institution, Executive Chef Ross Warhol is bringing awareness to the Farm to Table movement and providing enjoyable yet educational culinary experiences through a series of dinners and workshops. During Chautauqua in June, Chef Warhol and other Culinary Institute of America trained chefs will bring students through the Farm to Table culinary process, literally from gathering ingredients at local farms to sitting down to a formal five course meal in the hotel’s parlor. The two-day experience includes a farm sourcing and foraging tour with lunch, a hands-on culinary class with dinner, and the Farm to Table Dinner event. Located in southwestern New York State, Chautauqua County is a diverse agricultural county, whose agricultural profile consists primarily of dairy farms and Concord grape vineyards, followed by the production of wine grapes, meat from livestock operations, tree fruits and vegetables. Chautauqua County has the greatest number of farms in New York State, according to the 2007 Census of Agriculture. Virginia Carlberg at Cornell Cooperative Extension explains that the average size of a farm in Chautauqua County is only 142 acres, which means that the county is home to many small family farms, many of which sell their agricultural products directly to the community through farm stands and farmers markets. These farms and their products are an important part of the culinary workshops during Chautauqua in June. More than 85 farm markets in the region annually offer locally grown produce, cheeses, meat, and maple products and the opportunity to create sumptuous meals that are sourced in western New
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York. Local chefs and markets have utilized this growing region to create culinary specialties like great grape syrups and vinaigrettes and at least one local grape producer is producing oil from its grapes. In addition to the Farm to Table experiences at the Athenaeum Hotel, Green Heron Growers in Sherman will offer a half-day workshop focusing on how to grow mushrooms, especially Shitake mushrooms, during Fun with Fungus. Participants will take their own mushroom log home and enjoy a Shiitake pizza lunch. Along Lake Erie, a narrow escarpment uniquely suited to growing grapes has sustained the grape and wine industry for nearly two centuries, making this the world’s oldest and largest Concord grape growing region and the largest grape growing region in the United States outside of California. Today, 23 wineries offer tours and tastings from Silver Creek, NY to Northeast, PA and several will provide special learning experiences during the June festival. 21 Brix Winery, the newest stop in Lake Erie’s wine country, will offer two workshops during Chautauqua in June. Learn how a Riesling changes when you eat something salty, or sweet, during Wine & Seasonings Tasting. Participants will take home their own dry, red wine blend creation with Create Your Own Wine Blend. Merritt Estate Winery, one of the region’s oldest wineries, will offer a Wine Tasting Primer: Starting at the Top with owners William and Jason Merritt who have more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Johnson Estate Winery, Liberty Vineyards, and Cabana Sam’s Sunset Bay Gill will each offer wine pairing dinners in addition to other workshops such as Sunday Morning Vineyard Walks; How to Make Pesto; a Grape Growing, Wine Making & Appreciation Boot Camp; and a “Cocktails” Bartending Class. This is the second year of offering workshops for all three organizations. Of the 2011 wine pairing dinner, Jennifer Johnson of Johnson Estate Winery in Westfield exclaimed, “That is the part that made our events so enjoyable - the willingness of people, who were essentially strangers, to enjoy the moment and to embrace the opportunity to share a special meal, planned and prepared by the winemaker and chef, in a very relaxed way.”
Not to be outdone by the wineries, Southern Tier Brewing Company and Ellicottville Brewing Company in Fredonia will offer beer tasting and brewing experiences. Be a Brewer for a Day during a very hands-on experience at Southern Tier’s brewing facilities in Lakewood. The local brewery is offering a second workshop option after the first date sold out in mid-April. EBC’s brewer, Dan Minner, will focus more on the history of brewing, different beer styles and how they pair with food during a Beer Pairing Dinner on June 7. While not a local food, teas tastings have also become popular in Chautauqua County. Learn the nuances and culture of tea tasting at Lana’s the Little House or partake in an afternoon tea at the Cherry Creek Inn. Afternoon tea tastings and luncheons will continue throughout the summer on Saturday afternoons on the porch of the Athenaeum Hotel in Chautauqua Institution. Starting this month, farmers markets in Westfield, Fredonia, Sherman, and Jamestown will begin their weekly schedules, making regionally grown foods available in central locations. Voted in the top 10 Farmers Markets in the country in 2009 by American Farmland Trust, the Westfield Farmers Market is a New York Producers certified market, meaning that meats, produce and goods offered are regionally grown or made and fresh from the farm. Items for sale include Amish woven baskets, woodcraft, handmade soaps, jams, jellies and other canned items, and local wineries are showcased each week. Summer festivals featuring locally grown foods include Pesto Festo at Barlow’s Mill in Fredonia, a culinary event that celebrates the Italian heritage of the Lake Erie Concord Grape Belt. Chautauqua in June is a three week learning festival, May 25 – June 17, 2012, with classes and workshops held in both indoor and outdoor classrooms across Chautauqua County, NY. The region is historically known as a destination for leisure learning, summer camps and workshops. Participants can register for workshops online or request a program guide at www.tourchautauqua.com or by calling the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau at 1-866-908-4569.
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RELIGION Keeping the Faith
God is For You
you.” Many have thought that this verse declares political peace between nations but that is not the topic of the verse. God was calling a peace accord with mankind. God was setting aside His justified anger with a rebellious human race. God believed that His gift was so large that mankind could never again accuse Him of withholding good. Romans 8:31 is a verse that enRev. Tim Stahlman larges our faith. When you have Family Church of the Southern Tier received its truth you will never again wonder about the goodness of your Heavenly Father. God always and only thinks You will realize that He only about performing good things desires to move on your behalf. in your life. He is never against It says, “What shall we then you in any way. Your faith will say to these things? If God be lack and not prevail until you for us, who can be against us?” have fully received that truth. This verse eliminates all the bad Luke 2:14 is a verse usually doctrine flying around trying to reserved for Christmas cards convince you that God is probut how seldom we have ducing ills in your life to teach grasped its truth. The verse is you lessons. God has eternally quoting the angelic messengers recorded in His Word that His who spoke to the shepherds in will towards you is only good. the fields the night Christ was Modern Christian songs sing born. The verse reads, “Glory about God bringing terrible to God in the highest, peace things in your life for sovereign on earth and GOOD WILL reasons. Many denominations TOWARD MEN.” Those angels will teach this idea from their were not Hallmark employees. pulpits. And in every instance They had a message for human- where a Christian thinks that ity: “God’s will towards you is God is opposing them, faith is now good. The giving of His being destroyed and replaced Son proves His will towards with unbelief. We have accused
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Dear Pastor, is God in charge of everything? God of the devil’s device and called it worship. We thought God was the author of the test and we considered it faithfulness to endure. All the while we insulted God’s character. There was a point in time when Christians adopted this idea because it was easier to say that God was behind the destruction to make people feel better about why bad things happened to them. We replaced faith with sympathy and in the end neither was accomplished. We should have said, “There is hope because there is a God who can only produce good.” We should have said, “What the devil meant for evil, God can make it good. (Gen 50:20) It will turn. It must turn because your Father is always good.” We didn’t say that and the faith of the generations was fatally wounded. Did you notice the question that you were asked in Romans 8:31? The question was, “What shall we say to these things?” What are you saying about God’s goodness? I dare you to admit God’s good will toward you. As you pray, thank God for having good thoughts towards you. Draw near as you realize: God is for you!
state or quality of being superior and above all others”. God’s sovereignty denotes that God is all-knowing (Omniscient), all-powerful (Omnipotent), and all-present (Omnipresent). It’s hard for our finite minds to grasp the magnitude of God’s qualities. The Bible says we can only partially know the mind of God and His thoughts and capabilities. When most people refer to the sovereignty of God, it is in the context of actions that By Rev. Michael Lokietek God takes because He is God; Family Church of Chautauqua County acts that are done outside the will or interaction of man. If I understand your question, When God created the world (Genesis 1:1), it was a soverI believe that you are asking eign act. Acts 1:7 tells us that about God having the power the end of the world has also and authority over situations been divinely set by His power: on earth. A religious term for “…It is not for you to know the this is “sovereignty.” Unfortunately, this is something that is times or the seasons, which frequently referred to in Chris- the Father has put in His own power.” tian circles, but is very often misunderstood. For a better One of the greatest sovereign understanding, we will first acts of God, and probably the define what we mean by sover- one that causes the most coneignty. Sovereignty means “the fusion, was to give mankind a
EPIC Changes and Enrollment now be eligible for Part D drug plan premium assistance. EPIC NYS EPIC will pay the Medicare Part D premiums, up to the amount On January 1, 2012, the Elder- of a basic plan ($38.79 for 2012), for members with anly Pharmaceutical Insurance nual income below $23,000 if Coverage (EPIC) program single and $29,000 if married. changed significantly. EPIC will only provide co-pay EPIC members with higher incomes will be responsible assistance for prescription for paying their own Medicare drugs while members are in Part D premiums. Under the their Medicare Part D coverage gap (donut hole). Until the new EPIC program, EPIC is coverage gap is reached, EPIC free. EPIC fees and deductibles members will need to pay the were eliminated. An EPIC Outreach Represenprice charged by their Part D tative will be available to help plan for their drugs. answer questions and enroll in As a result of the program the program on May 30 from changes, more seniors will 11 a.m. - noon at Chautauqua Contributed Article
free will (Genesis 1:26). This gives us the power to make choices outside of the direct intervention or will of God. God gave us free will in order that we make the choice to come to Him, accept salvation and love Him willingly. Due to the nature of free will, most of what we experience in life has more to do with our choices and not God’s interaction. This can be difficult for many individuals to accept because it is easier to place the blame on God rather than on our own actions. Why does this happen? Because people think that because God CAN do something…that He has the authority to do it! But God set up a system where even He couldn’t violate our free-will. The Bible tells us that God desires that ALL people come to accept Him as Lord and Savior. But some people choose NOT to accept Him out of free-will. God does not have the authority or permission to make these people accept Him.
Colony, 2109 Southwestern Blvd in Lakewood, and on May 30 at Concord Estates, 441 Temple Street, Fredonia, from 1-2 p.m. The Senior Lunch program is available at the Concord Estates before the meeting. Seniors can call 716-410-9275 to reserve a lunch (suggested contribution is $3.00). Lunch must be reserved by May 29. Please contact Emily Benedict at 716-672-2310 to RSVP to this event. Please bring proof of age, Medicare Card, and 2011 income (including Social Security income) documentation. Seniors who have questions
about the EPIC program can call the EPIC Helpline at 1-800-332-3742 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or visit the EPIC website at www.nyhealth.gov and scroll to EPIC for Seniors on the left side of the page. EPIC is a State-sponsored program that helps eligible senior citizens save on their prescription drugs. To be eligible for EPIC, the person must be a New York State resident, over the age of 65 years old, and whose annual income is $35,000 or less for a single person, or $50,000 or less for a married couple.
Edgewood Communities to Host Seminar “Medicare 101” Contributed Article Edgewood Communities
Edgewood Communities will host its second seminar in their Best of Times Series entitled Preparing for the Big “M” – Medicare 101. The community is invited to Warner Place, Aldren Avenue, on the Lutheran Campus, Wednesday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m. Janell Sluga, Certified Geriatric Care Manager for the Senior Life Matters program will be the presenter. Reservations are not necessary. The program will begin with the very basics of what Medicare is and how it works and then cover how to wade through all the information to determine what applies and what doesn’t. “People are barraged with information from Medicare and other sources,” Mrs. Sluga said. “Some of it is legitimate and some of it isn’t. The vocabulary can be very confusing and overwhelming.
We’ll cover these topics in the seminar.” She suggests that people begin learning about Medicare as early as the age of 60. The seminar will also be helpful for caregivers who are responsible for making Medicare decisions and who need guidance. “Insurance can be intimidating and scary,” Mrs. Sluga added. “There are so many options to choose from that if people don’t know the best choice for their situation, it can have a huge financial impact.” Edgewood Communities is part of Lutheran Senior Housing and is located on the Lutheran Campus off Falconer Street in Jamestown. Units include one and two bedroom apartments, duplex homes and the new Smartment® Building. For more information about the seminar or Lutheran Housing, call 720-9122 or log onto www.lutheran-jamestown.org/ senior-housing.
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‘FreshConnect’ Grant Helps Provide Low Income & Underserved Communities with Farm Products
34 Projects Feature Creative, Local Solutions to Improve Access to Fresh, Healthy Food
Contributed Article DJDC
t in-Governor Andrew M. Cuomo God recently announced Freshat Connect grants to 34 projects e to around the state that will ove increase access to New York a- farm products for residents in at low-income and underserved ore areas. not “This is really a win-win be situation for farmers and for ls families across the state as we to try to provide more access her and easier access to locally Why grown, fresh farm products,” Governor Cuomo said. “These God FreshConnect grants will supHe port creative solutions to get ut New York farm products to underserved areas of the state, r creating new economic opporhat tunities for our farmers while, e at the same time, providing d healthy options for more New e Yorkers.” out Almost 1.5 million New Yorkave ers live in areas with limited to supermarket access. Expandim. ing access to fresh food in underserved communities has been shown to both improve nutrition and lower costs related to obesity and diet-re-
lated disease, while also fostering community and economic development. Governor Cuomo launched the FreshConnect program last year to create new farmers’ markets and support existing markets that provided fresh produce to high-need areas. With this round of funding, the program will have helped a total of 48 projects throughout the state bring New York farm products to communities in need. The Governor expanded the FreshConnect Program this year to support not only farmers’ markets, but other creative solutions to improve access to fresh, locally produced food by low-income or underserved communities. As a result, the program received over 121 proposals and is providing funding to the top projects that exhibit local innovative solutions to connect communities in need with New York farm products. Examples of funded projects include: · Farmers’ markets and youthoperated farm stands that will
be coordinating a local food donation program to connect food pantries or food banks with New York farm products, as part of their funded project. All FreshConnect projects will accept Food Stamps, if applicable, and are encouraged to accept Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Fruit & Vegetable Checks, Farmers' Market Nutrition Program coupons, and Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition coupons, to ensure that all citizens have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, regardless of income. be created or expanded to bet- incentives · Free transportation ter serve low-income residents services to help increase traffic The FreshConnect program will also support the continuat existing markets and allow in food deserts · Subsidized ation of its flagship market, those with limited resources Community Supported Agrithe 125th Street FreshConnect an opportunity to attend and culture (CSA) shares or lowFarmers’ Market, located at the shop at a farmers’ market · income CSA programs that Adam Clayton Powell Jr. New Improving distribution of will introduce over 100 new York State Office Building in locally grown, fresh food to families to weekly deliveries Central Harlem. Slated to open of fresh fruits and vegetables · food pantries and congregate in mid-June and to be manfeeding programs. The introduction of EBT aged by the Harlem Memorial (Electronic Benefits Transfer) Applicants received extra Community Development services for the first time at 13 points in the competitive farmers’ markets to allow these ranking process for including Corporation, the market will feature a wide assortment of farmers markets to accept a food donation program in New York farm products, as Food Stamps, along with plans their proposed project. As a well as family activities and to increase Food Stamp purresult, nearly all recipients of community outreach that chases through promotion and FreshConnect funding will will support the FreshCon-
nect program’s mission to increase access to fresh food in low-income and underserved neighborhoods. The FreshConnect program will also again offer FreshConnect Checks, a nutrition incentive to encourage Food Stamp recipients to use their benefits at participating farmers’ markets by providing $2 rebate checks for every $5 in Food Stamps spent at participating markets. New York State Agriculture Commissioner Darrel J. Aubertine said, "Like the crops we harvest, the FreshConnect projects Governor Cuomo is awarding today are born from the ground up and are a true reflection of the need and interest at the local level to help better connect fresh and healthy food from New York farmers with those in rural and urban areas that lack access." The FreshConnect program is administered through a partnership between the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, Empire State Development, and the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.
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YMCA Focus On Health- Tai Chi Moving for Better Balance
Contributed Article Meg Pickard
Study: Savings and Risks in Health Insurance Trend
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar cerned that this potential solution to our rising health care AP cost problem comes with risks,’’ On Thanksgiving morning said Amelia Haviland, a statisti2010, I awoke early to begin It’s the hottest trend in jobcian at Carnegie Mellon Univerpreparing for my first ever atbased health insurance: plans sity in Pittsburgh, who led the tempt at cooking a traditional that give you a personal savings study. ``The immediate risks are Thanksgiving meal. I had only account for medical bills but carried by employees and their just begun to unload items from also require you to pay a hefty families. If they get less healthy, the refrigerator when the phone share of costs before coverage the cost implications could afrang. kicks in. fect the whole system.’’ It was my father calling to let Such ``consumer-directed’’ Consumer-directed plans are me know my mother had fallen plans could save billions for not new. Former President Tai Chi program helps Parkinson’s Disease patients and that they were awaiting an employers, providing relief from George W. Bush called them ambulance to take her to WCA. (Photo: ORI.org) high health care costs, a study health savings accounts and At that time he didn’t think it Disease Control to help dissemi- balance within a 26 week period published Monday concludes. promoted them as a way to get was serious enough to warrant nate a new program entitled Tai of time. But there’s a warning flag, a risk Americans personally invested me meeting them at the hospital. Chi: Moving for Better Balance. The research for this program in cutting costs, as proponents that workers will forgo needed This is an evidence-based comA short time later I would recontinues now with respect say, by having more ``skin in care, even preventive services ceive another call, this time from munity falls prevention program to Parkinson patients. As was the game.’’ What’s new is that covered at no extra cost to them. for older adults. my brother, stating I needed to reported in the February 2012 the plans are gaining traction in Some consumers were apparget to the hospital as soon as I New England Journal of MediIt consists of a core 8-form Tai the workplace _ enrolling nearly ently unsure that prevention was could. My mother passed later cine, “Tai chi training appears to covered. Chi routine and a subroutine 1 in 6 workers. that day. reduce balance impairments in of eight integrated therapeutic Although President Barack patients with mild-to-moderate Compared with traditional movements. Chautauqua County EMS Obama took a very different insurance, consumer-directed Parkinson’s disease, with adreceives 20 calls per day request- Practice focuses on stimulating plans charge significantly lower approach from Bush to the naditional benefits of improved ing assistance for a fall victim. musculoskeletal and sensory tion’s health care problems, the We have the highest number of systems via self-initiated move- functional capacity and reduced premiums. But deductibles, the study concludes that Obama’s annual amount you pay before emergency department visits ments such as body weight shift- falls.” overhaul will encourage more per year in Western and Central ing, unilateral weight-bearing, The Jamestown YMCA currently insurance starts covering, can employers to adopt consumerbe twice as high or more. To New York State with hospitaltrunk rotation, ankle sways and offers the Tai Chi: Moving for directed plans, accelerating a overcome consumers’ unease ization costs upwards of $5.4 Better Balance class on Mondays coordinated eye-head-hand about greater financial exposure, trend Bush helped to start. million. Nationally falls are now movements. and Wednesdays at 10:45 a.m. the number one cause of death Additional class times are being the plans are packaged with tax- Obama’s law, if it survives Research participants who enadvantaged medical accounts to Supreme Court scrutiny, would for the elderly. planned for the fall. gaged in these exercises at least which employers can contribute. create economic incentives that In an effort to combat this For more information, call 6643 times a week saw an average boost low-cost plans in two ``There is reason to be connational trend, the YMCA has 2802. of 55% improvement in their partnered with the Centers of
ways. First, the plans provide an option for medium and large employers who don’t currently provide coverage to avoid federal penalties that loom in a couple of years. And they could also help some employers escape a new tax on high-cost ``Cadillac’’ health insurance. For consumers, there are other considerations: Premiums for traditional insurance could rise if the new plans lure away people in good health. Also, workers with chronic conditions may find that high-deductible plans put more strain on family budgets. Published in the journal Health Affairs, the study analyzed medical claims data from 59 large U.S. employers, most of which offered the choice of a consumer-directed plan. Crunching that information, researchers estimated that employers overall could reduce their health care costs by 7 percent if half of American workers were to enroll in the plans. National savings would total $57 billion annually, potentially allowing employers to pay higher wages or hire more workers.
YWCA Westfield News registration and welcome, artist relations, set up and take down, policing the park and parking. Individuals, clubs and families are encouraged to contact the YWCA at 3262011 for a detailed list and to sign up for their favorite spot. Tumbling Tumbling classes will continue through May; the last class will be Wednesday, May 30. Classes will resume in the fall. Youth Center By Katie Smith YWCA Youth Center will continue each Thursday night Executive Director, YWCA Westfield through May and weather depending may plan activities Time Change at Welch Field or Moore Park. Saturday morning adult exer- Notices are posted on the cise classes have been resched- parking lot door detailing any off site activities and the group uled for 9 a.m. and a special does return to the Y by 8:45 price put in effect. Beginning p.m. for pickup and dismissal. with the May classes. The price per class is just $5 for Pre School Registration members and non- members alike. With the weather getting Registration is open for 2, 3 and 4 year old pre school better, people want to get up, classes beginning fall of 2012. get their workout finished More details are available by and move through their day,” contacting Brenda Backus, reported instructor Chelsea YWCA Child Services DirecStern. This is a great bargain tor at 326-4012. and a wonderful opportunity Successful Sale to start the weekend.” “An outstanding response,” The Monday evening class that’s the report from Priscilla will only meet on May 7 and 14 and then take the summer Malarkey, board member and chair of the recent indoor yard off. The $5 price special will sale at the YWCA. “Communibe valid for that class as well. Reservations are not required, ty members donated a number of items, we have a gym full of walk ins are welcome. More details are available by calling vendors with items for sale and board members served lunch the Y at 326-2011. to the customers. We raised Arts and Crafts money for our youth programs Volunteers are needed for all and wish to thank everyone aspects of the annual Arts and who donated and shopped the Crafts Festival. Teams have YWCA sale.” been developed and there are opportunities to work on
Celebrate Spring Luncheon, Mental Stress Harder on a May 12 Women’s Heart Contributed Article Westfield Memorial Hospital
The Westfield Memorial Hospital Regional Auxiliary Board of Directors is pleased and excited to announce the plans for their annual luncheon, “Celebrating Spring.” The event will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at the beautiful,Victorian Athenaeum Hotel on the scenic grounds of Chautauqua Institution. Once again this year, a fantastic buffet will be served which includes the following: mixed greens salad with assorted dressings, fresh mozzarella, tomato, and asparagus with basil oil and balsamic reduction, oven roasted pork loin with fig port reduction, vegetable lasagna with charred tomato sauce, chef ’s choice of seasonal vegetables, grilled artisan flatbreads, grilled salmon with pineapple cilantro sauce, Spanish rice pilaf, oven baked corn pudding, assorted breads and rolls, assorted cakes and cookies, and chocolate dipped strawberries. Beverage choices will include coffee, tea, iced tea, water, and lemonade. This delightful menu will be enjoyed by all in attendance. There will also be vendors of various wares to satisfy the shoppers. They will be set up in the lobby of the hotel and will be available from 9 a.m. until the end of the event. At this time, some of the vendors include Touch of Glass, The Farm Bell, Tastefully Simple, Uptown Dresser, Pampered Chef, Parklane, Carolyn’s Dried Flowers, Johnson Estate, Martha Frey Gifts, Jamberry Nails, Mary Kay Cosmetics, and the WMH Auxiliary Table of ornaments. The new 2012 WMH Auxiliary ornament, sixth in the series of collectible ornaments, will be available at the luncheon.This year’s subject portrayed on the ornament is the beautiful, historic Patterson Library. Magnets and thimbles will also be available. In addition, the Auxiliary Lottery Tree will be displayed and tickets will be sold. The winner will be drawn at
the closing of the luncheon. This year’s Grand Prize is a one night’s stay and dinner courtesy of Westfield’s The Brick House Bed and Breakfast and The Bark Grill Restaurant. The winner of this prize will be drawn from the event tickets turned in upon arrival at the luncheon. A Chinese Auction will be ongoing throughout the event. Each event ticket holder will receive two free Chinese Auction tickets. Additional tickets may be purchased if desired. The schedule for the event is as follows: 9 a.m. Vendors open and coffee and a sweet treat will be available to shoppers; 12 Noon Buffet served in the Parlor to be followed by a musical performance by the Westwinds. Winners of the Chinese Auction, the drawing for the Lottery Tree Raffle, and the Grand Prize Drawing will conclude the scheduled events for the day. The vendors will remain open. The proceeds from this fundraiser will enable the Auxiliary to continue to fund projects for the benefit of Westfield Memorial Hospital. Included in recent projects of the Auxiliary are furnishing, accessorizing, painting, and carpeting the Main Lobby, the Emergency Room Waiting Area, and the Women’s Wellness Suite. Other contributions were made to fund additional projects within the hospital. Tickets are available from all members of the Auxiliary Board or by calling Marilyn Hemmer at 326-3504. Tickets can also be purchased at Four Seasons or Mathews Jewelers in Westfield. The price for the all inclusive event remains at $25 and the parking on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution is free on a first come, first served basis. Ticket purchasers are reminded to write their name and address on the back of their ticket to be eligible for the Grand Prize. As in the past, the grounds of historic Chautauqua Institution and the beautiful elegant Athenaeum Hotel will provide scenic and classic elegance to be enjoyed by all attendees.
Researchers Find Blood Flow to Women’s Hearts Doesn’t Increase in Face of Stress
By Kathleen Doheny WebMD Health News Coping with mental stress may be harder on a woman’s heart than a man’s, according to new research. Men and women given the same stressful math problem all had an increase in blood pressure and heart rate while solving it, as expected, says researcher Chester Ray, PhD, professor of medicine and cellular and molecular physiology at Penn State’s College of Medicine in Hershey. Normally, when heart rate and blood pressure rise, blood flow to the heart muscle increases so it can work harder, Ray says. “However, in this case, even though the work of the heart went up, the blood flow to the heart did not go up in women, like in the men,” he tells WebMD. The difference might explain why women are more likely than men to have heart problems after emotional upset, such as the loss of a partner, Ray says. Ray is due to present his findings at the Experimental Biology 2012 meeting in San Diego. Mental Stress and Your Heart Ray gave the math problem to nine men and eight women. “They were young, healthy people,” he tells WebMD. Most were in their early 20s. His team measured blood
pressure and heart rate. They also used a special ultrasound to measure blood flow to the heart muscle. They did the tests before, during, and after the three-minute math problem. The men and women had to keep subtracting seven from a random number. To increase the mental stress, the researchers urged the men and women to hurry. They initially told them an answer wasn’t right when it was. Before doing the math problem, men and women did not have many differences in the three tests. However, once the stress set in, men showed an increase in blood flow to the heart. Women overall did not. “It shows women may be more susceptible to experiencing a cardiac event with mental stress compared to men,” Ray says. Next, Ray wants to focus on what accounts for the differences. Meanwhile, he says: “Stress reduction is important for everyone. I think this suggests women really have to be careful with stress.” This study was presented at a medical conference. The findings should be considered preliminary, as they have not yet undergone the “peer review” process, in which outside experts scrutinize the data prior to publication in a medical journal.
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THE WHOLE SHA-BANG Seafood Restaurant By Dusten Rader Entertainment Editor
Every year Chautauqua County residents unite in celebration of the beginning of a new season ur- over the course of Memorial oid Day Weekend. This year, locals n a will have even more of a reason uld to celebrate when THE WHOLE capeSHA-BANG Seafood Restaurant dil- hosts a Grand Opening that will include an all day Happy Hour. er THE WHOLE SHA-BANG r Seafood Restaurant is owned by Arian and Candice Bunthanom. y Arian is the brother of The Patio Cafe and Lakeside Thai’s owner ions (Sinuon) Ivori Bunthanom. e Arian uses some of Ivori’s spices mily and features a similar style of cooking so if customers like lth The Patio Cafe and Lakeside Thai they are sure to love THE WHOLE SHA-BANG. THE WHOLE SHA-BANG features a wide variety of seafood dishes that are sauced and seasoned with an Asian flair. Guests can enjoy seafood reciuce pes not found anywhere else in er- Chautauqua County and BBQ kers dishes as well. In addition to traditional fair like steaks, ribs and $57veggies there are a number of al- BBQ seafood dishes to try too. her Thus far, Arian has come up with homemade sauces to top his dishes with. They include an
Zen oyster sauce. “I love to grill and I love seafood so I want to share that with everybody,” said Arian. “People always ask me to cook the things I like for them too. Everything I cook is grilled, steamed or stir fried so it is good for you.” The dishes are also good for guests because the produce is sourced locally from Brigiotta’s of Jamestown. So, guests know where their food is coming from and that it is as fresh as possible. The seafood will also be freshly prepared so that guests can expect high quality and consistency every time they sit down for a meal. One of the dishes that is sure to impress guests is the Surf and Turf steak and lobster. Guests Seafood Fettuccine with coco-loco coconut sauce, black mussels, little neck clams and will get a large portion of top shrimp. (Photo by Dusten Rader) quality steak and lobster grilled and seasoned to perfection. Or, guests can opt to get the dishes separately by ordering a grilled steak with veggies on the side or a grilled lobster with a side salad and dressing. Plus, Arian’s has created a variety of sauces that will be used to top dishes like the Coco-Loco Black Mussels and Seafood Fettuccine, GingaNinja Shrimp and Little Neck Clams with Asian Zen GingaNinja ginger sauce with Shrimp with Veggie Shrimp Kebabs and large sea oyster sauce. Asparagus. (Photo by Dusten Rader) scallops. (Photo by Dusten Rader) The fun of THE WHOLE SHAAsian style that has layers upon come up with fun names like the sauce, a ginger based GingaNin- BANG is not just in eating the layers of flavor. He has even Coco-Loco coconut milk based ja sauce, Rajin’ Cajun and Asian food. Guests actually get to
watch their food being made. The grill will be open for guests to see the process of cooking and there will be an oyster bar where clams will be shucked. Arian hopes to give guests a show while their food is prepared. The idea is to get families to sit down for a large, delicious, freshly prepared meal where the table is filled with plates of food and everyone shares. Guests will also have the choice of making the experience either an indoor or outdoor one. The grill will be located outside where guests will be able to sit and smell their food being cooked. “It’s called THE WHOLE SHA-BANG because guests get involved by seeing it, smelling it and tasting it,” said Arian. “It’s an Asian style of restaurant where everyone gets to share, associate and it brings everybody together.” THE WHOLE SHA-BANG Seafood Restaurant is located at the Red Brick Farm, 5031 West Lake Road in Mayville and opens seven days a week at 11 a.m. Ivori of The Patio Cafe and Lakeside Thai has another business called Painted Petals that is no longer located at the Red Brick Farm. So, if guests want to check out the beautiful flower decorations they should stop by Main Street in Findley Lake.
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On-Going Events Chautauqua Shores Chorus (Women Barbershoppers) (Mondays) First Baptist Church, 358 E. Fifth St., Jamestown, NY. 7 p.m.
Dunkirk Free Library Story-Time 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.
Westﬁeld Farmersʼ and Artisanʼs Market
Saturdays, May 26 through September 29, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Moore Park at the corner of Routes 394 and 20 in Westﬁeld. westﬁeldny.com/farmers-market
Birding Opportunities at Audubon This Spring
On four Wednesday evenings beginning April 25 through May 16, birding classes will be held at the Nature Center from 7-8:30pm. Guided bird walks are planned for 8-10am Saturday mornings from April 28-May 19. In addition, for the sixth consecutive year, visitors can watch career ornithologists do bird banding demonstrations on
four Saturdays, 7-11 am, April 28May 19. To register, call (716) 5692345, email email@example.com, or use the on-line form by clicking on “Calendar of Programs/ Events” under Quick Links at jamestownaudubon.org and following the links.
Thursday, May 10 Audubon Center and Sanctuary - Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Club
6:30 to 9 p.m., Project Time 6:30 to 7 p.m. Business meeting and program: 7 to 9 p.m. Free to members, $5 for non-members. For more information, call (716) 763-9492 or visit www.jasphotoclub.wordpress.com.
Saturday, May 12 Motherʼs Day Craft (through May 13) The Mother’s Day Craft and Gift Show will be in Floral Hall, at the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds in Dunkirk, on Sat., May 12, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sun., May 13, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Free parking, free admission, and door prizes are planned. Applications for vendors are still being accepted
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Cross Roads Market
Plan to attend our 3rd Annual SOUP-R Saturday. This very popular Soup cook-oﬀ to beneﬁt Cancer Prevention Programs in Chautauqua County features a dazzling array of original recipe soups.
Yard Sale-Flea Market-Craft Fair
Hear Yee Hear Yee Vendors and Spring Cleaners The MayvilleChautauqua Lions is sponsoring a huge Yard Sale-Flea Market-Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Mary’s Hall, at 24 E. Chautauqua St., Mayville, NY, right beside the court house. All crafters and vendors are welcome to participate. If you are planning on spring cleaners this is the event for you. Find someone looking for your special treasure. A table will be provided with a $10 donation per table. Make some extra money also, Dan Magara will be there and have a table to evaluate or buy your old coins and jewelry.
The funds raised will go to the scholarship fund for our Junior Lions and to help the community. Please call 716-269-9873 and make arrangements so we can make sure we have the space for your display and table. Lions are an international network of 1.3 million men and women in 205 countries and geographic areas who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities around the world.
Audubon Center and Sanctuary - Bird Banding Demonstration 7 to 11 a.m., Watch how scientists capture, band, and release birds for research! (Donations appreciated.)
day, May 9 at (716) 569-2345, firstname.lastname@example.org, or on-line form.
Audubon Center and Sanctuary Little Explorers/Nature Detectives
10 a.m. to noon, Children aged 3 to 8 attend with a favorite grownup to learn about the natural world. $5 for Audubon members; $7 non-members. Reservations required by Thursday, May 10: call (716) 569-2345. Walk-ins may be accepted, but might not be able to participate in craft and/or snack.
Sunday, May 13 Audubon Center and Sanctuary Motherʼs Day Wildﬂower Walk
to 4 p.m., Meet at Jamestown Audubon Center and Sanctuary - Bird 2Audubon’s Bentley Sanctuary Walk (Bentley Avenue, oﬀ Fluvanna 8 to 10 a.m., The third in a series of four Saturday morning bird walks, at a forest location TBA. Bring binoculars if you have them. $10/member, $12/non-member, $5/ child 12 and under. Sign up and pay in advance for four or more classes and/or walks for discount to $8/member, $10/non-member. Reservations required by Wednes-
near the Strunk Road exit of I-86): Annual Audubon tradition! $5 for members, $7 for non-members; children 12 and under free; a mother accompanied by her child, half price. For more information call (716) 569-2345 or visit jamestownaudubon.org.
Times Starting Thursday, May 10th Dunkirk Movieplex 8 10520 Bennett Road Dunkirk, NY 14048
Dipson Chautauqua 2 500 Chautauqua Mall Lakewood, NY 14750
Lakewood Cinema 8 171-3 Fairmount Ave W. Lakewood, NY 14750
Dark Shadows (PG-13) 4:35, 5:30, 7:00, 8:00, 9:25, 10:30, 12:00a Marvel’s The Avengers (PG-13) 4:30, 6:30, 7:30, 9:30, 10:30 The Five Year Engagement (R) 4:40, 9:20, 11:45 The Pirates! Band of Misfits (PG) 8:05 The Lucky One (PG13) 4:55, 7:15, 9:30, 11:45 The Three Stooges (PG) 7:15 The Hunger Games (PG13) 5:00, 8:00, 11:00 Think Like a Man (PG13) 4:30, 9:10, 11:45
The Three Stooges (PG) 4:00, 6:45 American Reunion (R) 6:45 Mirror Mirror (PG) 4:00
Marvel’s The Avengers (PG-13) 6:20, 9:25 Marvel’s The Avengers 3D (PG-13) 3:30, 6:40, 9:45 The Five-Year Engagement (R) 4:00, 6:40, 9:30 The Pirates! Band of Misfits 3D (PG) 7:10, 9:10 The Pirates! Band of Misfits (PG) 5:10 The Raven (R) 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 Safe (R) 5:30, 7:35, 9:50 Chimpanzee (G) 5:10, 7:10, 9:10 The Lucky One (PG-13) 5:15, 7:30, 9:45
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Infinity 2012 Spring Showcase is May 19 in Downtown Jamestown Annual event to feature artwork, music from students throughout Chautauqua Region
Contributed Article Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center
Some of the best young singers and musicians the area has to offer will put their talent on display later this month in downtown Jamestown. On Saturday, May 19, Infinity Visual and Performing Arts will present its annual Spring Showcase, with events taking place at both the Infinity Center and across the street at the Reg Lenna Civic Center. “Infinity’s annual Spring Showcase is a celebration of kids and the arts,” explains Shane Hawkins, Infinity executive director. “The event helps to counter all the negative stories you might hear about kids and teens and their actions. There are so many children in our community that are doing excellent and creative things with their time and we want to celebrate that and give them the positive feedback that they deserve. This event helps to literally showcase all that they do and achieve.” Starting at 5:30 p.m., there will be a student art show and open house at the Infinity Center at 115 East Third Street in Jamestown. The event will allow families and residents an opportunity to see some of the visual artwork students have been working on throughout the year. Visitors will also be invited to tour the facility and learn more about the program. The open house will also serve as the final opportunity for people to buy tickets for a chance to win one of three gift baskets, with the prizes being
restaurant gift certificates, a Kindle Fire©, or cash. Tickets are five dollars apiece or four for just ten dollars. Infinity’s annual Spring Music Showcase will begin at 7 p.m. at the Reg Lenna Civic Center, with performances from all student bands and soloists. Members of the Unexpected Guests, Jamestown’s improv comedy troupe, will once again host the event. The cost to attend the music showcase is six dollars for adults (five dollars presale), although there is no cost for anyone who is under the age of 18. Hawkins hopes this will encourage more youth throughout the area to stop by and see what Infinity is all about. “We make it free for children because we want other kids to see what people their own age are accomplishing and we want them to get inspired. We wanted to make it affordable for whole families to attend and increase the number of children in the audience. We hope a lot of people – even those not directly involved with Infinity – will take some time out of the weekend and take advantage of this opportunity.” In addition to the scheduled entertainment, a special announcement will also take place during the open house, one that organizers hope will help Infinity fulfill its mission of providing quality and affordable arts education to the youth throughout the Chautauqua Region. “The Infinity staff and our board of directors have been
working on a plan that we hope will go a long way keeping Infinity on its current path of success,” explains Hawkins. “I don’t want to give away too many details, but I will say it’s a project that will involve the support of all members of the community and help to bring Infinity to the next level, in terms of arts education throughout the region.” The 2012 Infinity Spring Showcase is sponsored by: Jamestown Community College, Jamestown Advanced Products, The Blue Heron Music Festival, Trinity Guitars, Doc and Bill, Jamestown Convenience Care, Jennifer and Paul Liuzzo, Rhoe B. Henderson Insurance, Honest Johns Restaurant, Indulge Salon Spa, Jamestown Pediatrics, Jones Bakery, The Labyrinth Press Co. and Rick Sandberg Electrician. For more information about either the Infinity Spring Music Showcase or the Art Show and Open House, call Infinity at 664-0991. Presale tickets for the showcase can also be purchased at the Reg Lenna Box Office at 716-484-7070. About Infinity Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, Inc. is dedicated to building the resiliency of our community’s youth by providing unique opportunity through access to the arts. More than a place, more than a program, Infinity is a chance for youth to become immersed in arts and learning, to take creative risks, and to discover their infinite potential. To learn more or to donate, visit www.infinityperformingarts.org.
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Lucy Fest 2012 Instructor Wins National Award
Nationally-recognized instructor to teach comedy workshops in Jamestown. Contributed Article Lucy-Desi Center for Comedy
Bill Chott, who will be teaching and performing at Lucy Fest 2012, was recently awarded a 2012 INNY Award for “Best Improv Coach” for his work at The Improv Trick, his improv theater academy in both St. Louis and Los Angeles. This national award is given annually by Improvisation News. Other award winners include Saturday Night Live for Best Comedy Video, Flight of the Conchords for Best Comedy Song, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre for Best Venue, and Chicago’s Second City for Best Training Program. Chott is one of three instructors launching the Lucy Desi Center’s comedic arts education program, with workshops from July 30 – August 3, culminating with trainees receiving stage time at the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival August. 1-5. Chott, who also recently received an award for “Best Featured Actor in a Musical” for his work as Fred Mertz in I Love Lucy Live on Stage and starred as the Principal Laritate in Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place, will teach workshops in Jamestown for youth ages 11-17 and adults. Presented in partnership with Jamestown Community College’s Center for Continuing Education, classes include intensive training in the areas of improv (Improv Intensive), sketch comedy (Sketch, Pitch & Produce) and stand-up (Stand-Up Shakedown), and will be taught by Chott, T. Faye Griffin, and Andy Engel,
respectively. Griffin is a former writer and producer for both the show In Living Color and the BET Network, as well as a personal joke writer for Steve Harvey. Engel is the founder of Manhattan Comedy School and the Director of New Talent at the Gotham Comedy Club. All students completing a workshop will have an opportunity for stage time at Lucy Fest, and students completing the workshop led by Andy Engel will earn a six-minute guest spot on stage at The Gotham Comedy Club in New York City, named by USA Today as one of the top 10 comedy clubs in the nation. Registration for youth and adults is now open and space is limited to 15 spots per class. Call JCC’s Carnahan Center at 716-338-1005 to enroll today, and visit www.Lucy-Desi.com for more information. Accommodations are available. Chott recently appeared in The Rum Diary with Johnny Depp, will appear in Disney’s Santa Pups this winter, and toured for years with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in the Second City Comedy Troupe before
writing for both SNL and The Dana Carvey Show. Visit his website at billchott.wordpress. com for more information. About The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, or “Lucy Fest,” is an annual a celebration of the comedic arts held annually on the weekend closest to Lucy’s birth date, August 6th. This year’s festival runs August 1-5 and features performances by Paula Poundstone, Lucie Arnaz, Billy Gardell from CBS’s Mike & Molly, and much more. Visit www.LucyComedyFest.com for more information and tickets. According to an economic impact study conducted by Buffalo firm Paradigm Economics and commissioned by the Lucy Desi Center for Comedy and the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, the 2011 five-day festival saw 13,000 in attendance and had a direct impact of $3.6 million on Chautauqua County. The Lucille Ball Comedic Arts Education Program is the second pillar in a four-pillar Legacy of Laughter vision for the organization, including a comedy festival, comedy film festival and the establishment of the first national comedy museum and hall of fame. The mission of the Lucy Desi Center for Comedy, a 501(c) (3) non-profit, is to preserve the legacy of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz and enrich the world through the healing powers of love and laughter through its commitment to the development of the comedic arts.
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2012 Concert Series
2012 CONCERT SERIES LINE UP ON THE Shania Twain Tribute
Brass Transit Chicago Tribute
Sunday June 24, 2012 2:30 pm
Saturday August 4, 2012 8:00 pm
Saturday June 30, 2012 8:00 pm
Sunday August 5, 2012 Starting at 1:00 pm
Wanted - Bon Jovi Tribute Band
Sunday July 1, 2012 2:30 pm
LARGEST DISCO PARTY & LIGHT SHOW ON THE LAKE! Saturday August 11, 2012 8:00 pm
ABBA Tribute Show - Abbamania Wednesday July 4, 2012 8:00 pm
Hotel California - Eagles Tribute Saturday July 7, 2012 8:00 pm
Stars Of Pop Sunday July 8, 2012 2:30 pm
Reil Young Tribute to Neil Young Sunday August 12,, 2012 2:30 pm
Simply The Best Tribute Act CENTURY 21 TURNER BROKERS CUSTOMER APPRECIATION PARTY Thursday August 16, 2012 7:30 pm
Doobie Brothers Tribute - China Grove
Jimmy and the Soul Blazers
Saturday August 18, 2012- 8:00 pm
Saturday July 14, 2012 8:00 pm
U2 Tribute Show - ONE Sunday August 19, 2012- 2:30 pm
Rod Stewart Tribute ft. Rick Larrimore Sunday July 15, 2012 2:30 pm
Serpentine Fire - Earth Wind & FireTribute
Hadden Sayers Texas Blues
Bruce Springsteen Tribute - Jersey
Saturday July 21, 2012 8:00 pm
Sunday August 26, 2012- 2:30 pm
DUWENDE Sunday July 22, 2012 2:30 pm
Night Fever Bee Gees Tribute Saturday July 28, 2012 8:00 pm
Saturday August 25, 2012- 8:00 pm
Pops Brewfest - Craft Beer Festival With Sean Patrick McGraw Thursday August 30, 2012- 6:30 pm
Pam Tillis & The Bemus Bay Pops Full Symphonic Orchestra Saturday September 1, 2012- 6:30 pm (Rain Date Sunday September 2- 6:30 pm)
Bob Seger Tribute (Hollywood Nights) Sunday July 29, 2012 2:30 pm
Reserved seating goes quickly Get your tickets today! Order tickets online at www.bemusbaypops.com or at the Italian Fisherman box office, 61 Lakeside Drive, Bemus Point
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The Resource Center to Hold Annual TRC Expo that because The Resource Center offers so many differThe Resource Center ent types of services in about 50 locations, there are lots of The Resource Center is throw- employees (as well as service ing a party, and everyone is recipients, family members invited. Mark your calendars, and community members) because you won’t want to who don’t have a clear sense miss the fun and excitement of about what goes on throughthe seventh annual TRC Expo. out the organization. The Expo is designed to educate The year’s Jamestown Expo staff, service recipients, family will be held Wednesday, May members, and the general 16, at TRC’s Administrative Offices, 200 Dunham Avenue. public about the many aspects of TRC. The Dunkirk Expo will be held Wednesday, May 23, at For the TRC Expo, each the Moose Lodge, 296 Lake department or service area Shore Drive West. The hours creates a display. Most departof operation both days are 9:00 ments come up with creative, a.m. to 7:00 p.m. fun ways to describe what they The Resource Center provides do, and employees have a great a comprehensive array of sup- time putting together their displays. Departments currently ports to people with disabilities and their families, as well are busy putting together their displays, and if preliminary as a variety of health, dental reports are an indication, this and counseling services that year’s Expo will be fantastic. are available to anyone in the community. The concept for The TRC Expo is fun for the the TRC Expo arose several whole family. Last year’s event years ago from the realization included a display with a Toy Contributed article
a makeshift bowling alley and employees dressed as characters from the movie The Big Lebowski. Another department created a display based on the Sundance Film Festival, complete with a screening room where visitors could eat popcorn while watching short films about people with disabilities. The transportation and maintenance departments tested people to see how fast they could change a tire. The Expo features free refreshments all day long and drawings for TRC merchandise throughout the day. Again this year, representatives from the New York State Masonic Safety Identification Program will be on hand Randy Sweeney, the executive director of the Chautauqua to fingerprint children and Region Community Foundation, poses with Steve Riczker, record identifying information TRC’s director of health services, whose department’s about them. The information display at last year’s Expo used a pirate theme to later can be accessed to help emphasize the importance of maintaining good physical find a child in the event he and behavioral health. or she ever disappears. Also, Story theme, with staff dressed ed film series. Another display visitors will have the opportuas characters from the animat- had a bowling theme featuring nity to choose from among the
Register Today For Hands on Jamestown tions ready for when volunteers arrive at Tracy Plaza.” DJDC Any individuals, groups, families, businesses, or organizaThe Downtown Jamestown tions interested in volunteerDevelopment Corporation ing are asked to contact DJDC invites everyone to participate at 664-2477. Registration in the M&T Bank Hands on forms are also available online Jamestown Community Clean- at www.discoverjamestown. up on Saturday, May 19 from com. All volunteers will be 8 a.m.-12 p.m. in downtown assigned specific areas in the Jamestown. downtown to clean-up. DJDC “We want to remind everyone is taking location suggestions to pre-register,” said Ashley within the downtown that are Anderson, DJDC Special in need of attention. Events Coordinator. “Over 450 Registration check-in will volunteers participated in 2011 begin at 7:45 a.m. with a conand we want to make sure that tinental breakfast provided by everyone is recognized for generous donations from local their efforts and we have locaContributed Article
businesses. Volunteers will receive their respective locations when they check-in at Tracy Plaza. Volunteers are invited to return to Tracy Plaza when finished cleaning to enjoy free hot dogs and drinks, provided by Farm Fresh Foods, in appreciation for their hard work and time. All pre-registered volunteers will receive a free t-shirt. A small quantity of cleaning tools will be available, but it is recommended individuals bring their own gloves, brooms, rakes, weed eaters, etc. Garbage bags and pick-up will be furnished. Any organization that is interested in
donating cloth or latex gloves and/or garbage bags is asked to contact DJDC. Every year, DJDC encourages homeowners and businesses to cleanup around their own properties and establishments. If everyone were to take on this responsibility it would not only make the work of Hands on Jamestown much easier, but make Jamestown a much cleaner and more attractive place. In addition, the cleanup would be community wide and not just focused on the downtown. For more information contact DJDC at 664-2477.
“Parents Who Host”
CASAC Sends a Local Message About Underage Drinking Contributed Article Chautauqua Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Council
Locally, Chautauqua Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Council (CASAC) and the Chautauqua County Underage Drinking Task Force have partnered to promote awareness of the lifesaving laws that protect our youth from alcohol. The “Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking campaign message developed by the Drug-Free Action Alliance, aims to provide parents with accurate information about the health risks of underage drinking and the legal consequences of providing alcohol to youth. The “Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking campaign message is focused toward prom and graduation parties. Parents play a major role in their children’s choices about alcohol, tobacco or other drugs. In a recent national survey of parents and teens by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University,
one-third of teen partygoers have been to parties where teens were drinking alcohol, smoking pot, or using cocaine, Ecstasy or prescription drugs while a parent was present. In a Chautauqua County survey conducted by CASAC in 2011, 30.6% of 11th graders and 40.9 % of 12 graders indicated they had used alcohol in the past 30 days; 25.2% of 11 and 12 graders had participated in binge drinking; and 68.6% of students surveyed think there is little or no risk associated with using alcohol Also, a majority of teens surveyed said that it is generally easy for underage youth to get alcohol. “Scientific research shows the serious and damaging effects of alcohol on the developing brain of youth under the age of 21,” says Patricia Z. Munson, Executive Director of CASAC. “This campaign educates parents about the laws and safety risks involved in underage drinking parties, and encourages a unified message that teen alcohol consumption is unhealthy, unsafe and unacceptable.”
Adolescence can be a wonderful time filled with physical and emotional growth. For some, however, adolescence takes a dark turn, especially when underage alcohol use is involved. Underage drinking is a leading contributor to death from injuries, which are the main cause of death for people under age 21. Annually, about 5,000 people under age 21 die from alcohol-related injuries involving underage drinking. About 1,900 (38 %) of the 5,000 deaths involve motor vehicle crashes, about 1,600 (32 %) result from homicides, and about 300 (6 %) result from suicides.1 Underage alcohol use increases the risk of academic failure, illicit drug use, and tobacco use. It can cause a range of physical consequences, from hangovers to death from alcohol poisoning. It can cause alterations in the structure and function of the developing brain, which continues to mature into the mid to late 20s, and may have consequences reaching far beyond adolescence.3 Since 1974, Chautauqua Al-
coholism & Substance Abuse Council (CASAC), a not-forprofit United Way supported agency, has been dedicated to providing prevention education and community awareness pertaining to alcohol, other drugs and related high-risk behaviors. CASAC is the only New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) approved and supported alcohol and other drug prevention agency in Chautauqua County. CASAC is one of forty community based councils across the state and one of over two-hundred nationwide. For further information about CASAC programs and services, call the Jamestown office at 664-3608, the Dunkirk office at 366-4623, or go to CASAC’s website, www.casacweb.org. The “Parents Who Host, Lose The Most: Don’t be a party to teenage drinking” campaign is a program of Drug-Free Action Alliance with funding from the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services. More information is available at www.DrugFreeActionAlliance.org.
designs created by area high school students in a contest to select the logo to be used for this year’s Laurel Run, a charity walking and running event held in July. “The planning committee is hard at work, and we know that this year’s Expo will be a great event,” said Nancy Ingram, TRC’s assistant executive director, who is the lead organizer for the event. “The Expo is one of the highlights of the year here at TRC, and we all enjoy seeing and spending time with people we may not see very often, and learning what is new in all of the departments. We hope all TRC staff and participants, and their families, will attend.” For more information about the TRC Expo, phone 4832344.
Fredonia Water Voted Best Tasting highest quality and best tasting water in New York State and also probably in the entire nation. Our local water operators work very hard to deliver the Chautauqua County Comhighest quality water posmissioner of Human Services sible to their customers. But Christine Schuyler congratuit’s not just up to water supply lates the Village of Fredonia managers and utility staff to for being the overall winner safe guard our water resources, in the annual Water Tasting it takes everyone’s help. We all Contest held at Chautauqua have a responsibility to protect Mall on Friday. The City of our water by being careful Jamestown placed second what we do around our homes and also took the top spot in and businesses so we do not the groundwater category. pollute our streams, lakes and Fredonia draws its water from groundwater, which is the a surface water reservoir. source of all of our drinking More than one hundred people water.” judged the annual event which Fredonia will now go on to also included the following represent Chautauqua County communities with the number in the regional competition to they were assigned for the be held in Rochester in July. event in parenthesis: Westfield Schuyler and the entire Health (1), Brocton (2), Fredonia Department wish Fredonia the (3), Ripley (4), Frewsburg (5), best of luck as they compete Mayville (6), and Jamestown for the title of Best Tasting (7). The contest was held dur- Water in New York State. ing Media One’s annual Health For more information on & Wellness Expo at the Mall, drinking water or any other which provided for a great services of the Chautauqua turnout of judges. County Health Department, Water Resource Specialist please call 1-866-604-6789 or Bill Boria said: “As always, visit www.myhealthcounty. the judging was very close com and click on “Environand it was tough for judges to mental Health.” decide which water was the best because they are all very good. This really supports the fact that we have some of the Contributed Article Chautauqua County Department of Health
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“Come to the Table”
“Sabres on Ice,” and ‘Girlfriend’s Getaway’ For Auction at CASA Event. Contributed Article
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Mayville Community Wide Yard Sale, May 26 Contributed Article
Michele D. Starwalt
Live music, cash bar, light refreshments and a live auction are all a part of the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (CASA) annual fundraiser, “Come to the Table,” to be held at the Chautauqua Suites Meeting and Expo Center in Mayville on Thursday, May 17 beginning at 5:30 p.m. David Brown will auction designer tables of unique and valuable merchandise. In addition, a silent auction with over 20 themed baskets from car safety, pizza parties to bowling family fun nights, and golf packages will also be featured. Participants will enjoy live music by Skip Roberts & Krista and Donnell & The Folksters. Dave Rowley has volunteered his outstanding emcee services for the evening. The Court Appointed Special Advocates mission is to bring voices to children who are in the foster care and family court system. Highly trained and dedicated volunteers meet with children, their biological parents, and foster families to give input during family court sessions. The agency consists of dozens of volunteers and only one full time program director, Kathy Park and a part time social worker, Deb Pacos. The Court Appointed Special Advocates program receives funding from several local foundations and grants; fifty percent of their annual budget is derived from fundraisers including the Come to the
Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce
The Village of Mayville is holding its community wide yard and garage sale on Saturday, May 26. This is a perfect opportunity for Mayville residents to get rid of those unwanted items that are lying around the house. If you would like to participate, by holding a sale at your residence that day, please call the Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce at 716753-3113 or email to email@example.com and let us know the location of your sale. The Chamber will place these addresses on a list, and include Pictured at the “Sabres on Ice” Designer Table from left to a copy of a local map, that will right are: Maryann Whitney, CASA Volunteer; Sally Burns, be available for pick-up locally Merryl Lunch Table Sponsor; Mary Lausterer, Hope’s Windows Table Sponsor and Cathy Moots, CASA volunteer. or by contacting the Chamber of Commerce. The total merchandise for this designer table is valued at $1,000 and includes four Sabres tickets to the 2012-2013 The Village of Mayville junk season.
Table event. This year’s event will feature designer tables such as, “A Girfriends’ Getaway II,” which includes spa services, lunches and dinners, during a weekend getaway to Ellicottville. “Step Away and Appreciate Your Day,” offers all the basics for a quiet country picnic, a $100 gift certificate from one of several Cassadaga fine eateries, and a four-hour rental of The Red House for Youth in Cassadaga. A child’s picnic table, Amish crafted and created glider rockers, I Love Lucy DVD’s, and Sabres memorabilia will also be among auctioned items.
Tickets are $10.00 each, with the chance to win an iPad and may be purchased at the door the night of the event or by contacting the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children office at 2 Academy Street, Suite 5, Mayville, NY. Please call 753-4123 to learn more about the agency and the Come to the Table annual Live Auction fundraiser. CASA is a United Way of SCC affiliated agency and sponsors for the Come to the Table event are Arkwright Printing Company, DFT Communications, Media One, and the Myser-Wade/Ellington Agency.
collection will take place June 4, with junk being placed at the curb June 1-4. These yard/ garage sales taking place just before the junk collection will give residents the opportunity to place any unsold items by the curb for the collection. Please call the above Chamber telephone number or Chamber email address by May 14 if you would like to have your residence listed for the Community Wide Yard/Garage Sales. The list and map will be avail-
able for pick-up at the Village of Mayville office located at the Route 430 and 394 in Mayville or by calling the Mayville/ Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce at (716) 753-3113 or emailing to maychautchamb@ yahoo.com. The Chamber will email, fax or mail this list and map. Why not plan on coming to Mayville on Saturday, May 26 for some great bargains? You may just find that treasure you’ve been looking for!
CIAO News will be contacted and details Chautauqua Italian American Organization will follow shortly; members are asked to check LaParola for more information regarding all At its recent meeting, CIAO activities. members discussed future trips CIAO’s annual meeting is schedplanned to New York City in the uled for July 28 at Russell Joy spring of next year during their Park’s upper pavilion. Members Italian Festival, with side trips are asked to bring a dish to pass, to Ellis Island, Little Italy, Statue along with their place setting, of Liberty, 911 Memorial and St. beverage and any games they Patrick’s Cathedral. Members would like to play. The picnic is are asked to provide ideas for going to be held earlier in the additional stops for this trip. day to allow for the Bocce tourSam Crisanti suggested nament and meeting. Prizes will members use a bus to go to be award to the first place team. the upcoming Italian Festival The Bocce tournament will start in Buffalo, which would allow at 12:30 p.m., with sign ups at more members the opportunity the registration table. Members to attend the festival. Bus lines are asked to have dues paid Contributed Article
prior to picnic at the annual meeting. Reservations are required for the picnic and can be made by calling Sam Crisanti at 716934-2592, or Nance Ortolano at 716-673-9177. Dinner will be served at 1:30 p.m., followed by the annual meeting and dessert. Chiara DeSantis reported that her village of Ciolle di Val d’Elsa is very interested in becoming a sister city to Fredonia. Chiara will report more after her trip back to Italy. They are interested in student and business exchanges. The board’s next meeting will be on June 5 at JCC’s Conference Center.
Golf Tournament to Benefit Westfield Memorial Hospital Emergency Room dinner guests at an additional fee. As in the past 19 years of the tournament, this year’s co-chairs predict Westfield Memorial Hosmuch fun for the compital Foundation/Hospital munity hospital’s great Associates will hold their friends and supporters. twentieth annual Golf The festivities include Tournament on Friday, July gifts for each golfer, 13. The announcement including a full-day was made by Co-Chairs Several members of the WMH pass to Chautauqua Sid Hoyt, WMH FoundaMedical Staff include from left to Golf Club’s Learning tion board member; and right - standing: Drs. John Orosz, Paul Center; auctions, raffles Patricia Gaughan DiPalma, Holly, John Tallett, and sitting: Drs. and contests, including WMHF development Robert Berke, Russell Elwell and Brett Closest-To-The-Pin and director who anticipate that Forehand Longest Drive for both ‘Friday the thirteenth’ will will be a “scramble format” men and women golfers. be a good omen for the hospital shotgun start at 12 noon with foundation and its largest fundFor more information, on lunch serviced from 11 a.m. – raiser. register for the tournament or to 12 p.m. In addition, there will donate to the Westfield MemoThe tournament, sponsored by be a 5 p.m. cocktail reception rial Hospital Foundation, please the WMH Medical Staff, will followed by a prime rib dinner be held on the Lake Course at served by Andriaccio’s at 6 p.m. contact Patty at 716-793-2338. Chautauqua Golf Club. There Golfers are welcome to invite Contributed Article Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation
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Tech Training 101 By Scott Wise Staff Writer
The world is slowly but surely digitizing with each passing day. In an effort to bring everyone up to speed on all things technological, we are beginning a weekly column called ‘Tech Training 101’ where the Chautauqua Star’s own Scott Wise will guide readers through the basics of computing. Lesson 6: Using the Internet, Part 2 We’ve been discussing the Internet for a few weeks now, and likely we won’t exhaust the subject anytime soon. Starting with a history, we’ve moved on to how to get onto a web browser, and some different options you have to pick from. This week, we’ll discuss some popular sites you can go to and enjoy. Once you’ve opened up your browser, click in the address bar at the top of the window. This is the white box that starts with ‘http://.’ This is where you’ll type in the website address for where you want to go. Each website has it’s own particular address. The http stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol. HTTP is actually a language, and it’s the language that the web was written in. It’s
all code, but once you know the basics you can understand HTTP. Next, the ‘www’. WWW stands for World Wide Web, and we covered the rest of that last week. After the www, the rest of the site is up to you. There are a vast number of different types of sites you can visit. First, the Search Engine. A Search Engine is a website that does exactly what it sounds like- searches. You type whatever you’re looking for into a little box, and the engine searches the entire Internet for matches to that information. Modern searches engines are unimaginably powerful, snagging million of answers to your questions in milliseconds. The most popular search engine is Google (google.com). Advertisers pay big bucks to have their ads listed on Google’s results page. The great thing about the web is that it is intuitive, meaning it can respond or learn from what you do. Say you want to learn about horses. You go to www.google. com and type in ‘Horses.’ A page pops up listing “About 307,000,000 results (0.23 seconds)” at the top, with more information on horses than you could hope to process in a lifetime. The interesting part is the
ads on the top, bottom and side of the screen. These advertisers pay thousands of dollars for their ad to show up when you click horses, giving them access to exactly the market they want to reach. After search engines, there are of course news sites. Sites like foxnews.com, cnn.com, msnbc. com and so on. Most organizations now list their websites on all their advertising material, but you can always search (see two paragraphs above) for a news organization’s website by simply typing the name into the search box. For instance, type in “Chautauqua County Community News”, and one of the first links to show up is starnewsdaily. com, the website of Star Media Group (who publishes this paper). Lastly- a link is just about anything underlined in blue on the web. A link is designed as a portal for you to simply click on, and it will take you where you want to go. Next week, we’ll discuss Social Media on the web, and the role it plays in today’s society. If you have a tech question you want Scott to answer, write to scott.wise@maytumcompany. com. Check back next week for the next edition of Tech Training 101.
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Works by nine Jamestown Community College students were honored with awards during the recent opening of the annual student art exhibition in the Weeks Gallery. The show was judged by Chanda Glendenning who earned a master’s degree in fine arts in ceramics at Kansas State University. Awards included: Monica Hvizdzak of Little Valley, Excellence in Art History; Christopher Howard of Frewsburg, Artistic Excellence in Painting; Sam Whittaker of Frewsburg, Director’s Choice Award for Drawing and Painting; John
Monica Hvizdzak, Christopher Howard, Sam Whittaker, John Latona, Julie Labesky, Madeline Schlick, Abigail Hanson, and Kyla Hill. Absent from photo: Catherine Carpenter.
Municipal Consolidation Forum Scheduled pleased to see some additional support behind these efforts. On Tuesday, May 15 a question and answer session on municipal consolidation will be held for mayors and town supervisors. County Executive Greg Edwards has organized this event, which will be led by two officials from the New York State Department of State, Dierdre Scozzafava, Deputy Secretary for Local Government; and Kyle Wilber, Municipal Written by Todd J. Tranum Management Consultant. President & CEO of the Chautauqua The focus of this forum is to County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers learn about Governor Cuomo’s Association of the Southern Tier efforts to consolidate, merge, or find additional ways for For many years the Chamber local governments to share and MAST have actively proservices. Mayors, Supervisors, moted the concept of munici- and County Legislators have pal consolidation. Now we are all been invited to attend. After
elected officials begin their analysis, the County Executive has said he hopes to have another forum open to county residents and taxpayers. Moves toward reducing multiple layers of government are crucial for the future of Chautauqua County’s business climate. They are also important for residential taxpayers. For some time we have been deeply concerned about the many layers of government and taxing entities that create expensive burdens. We hope this will be a step towards positive change and relief for all taxpayers and we strongly encourage continued dialogue around this issue.
Chamber To Host County Executive’s Breakfast June 1 The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual County Executive’s Breakfast on Friday, June 1 at the Chautauqua Golf Club. County Executive Greg Edwards will make a brief presentation, followed by an opportunity for questions and answers. The Chamber hosts this event each year in order to provide an opportunity for the business community to hear directly from the County Executive and to exchange questions and share concerns. There are so many issues facing our County government
at this time including critical budget issues and the future of the County Home. We always look forward to a dialogue with the County Executive on key public policy issues as well as county initiatives to help support economic development. Greg Edwards is in his second term as Chautauqua County Executive. He was the Republican and Conservative nominee for Lieutenant Governor of New York in 2010. The event is sponsored by: Chautauqua Institution, Compeer, Crown Benefit Group, Cummins, DFT Communica-
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Q: I got into it with someone at the dog park two different times ent over breaking the rules on bringing my daughter and our poodle mix ness in. Seems to me that if it’s a public r- park, it should be open to everyone. rs. What do you think? — via email A: I think the safest dog parks are n that way because of sensible rules e for their use. You need to respect those rules, because if you don’t, it’s ate your child and your dog you’re pute ting at risk. Here’s the rationale for three comor mon rules at dog parks: ly • Children. Some who are looking gue for an outing with both their children and their pets want dog parks to be open to children. Proponents of “child-free” dog parks argue that children — who tend to behave in ways that encourage dogs to chase — could get knocked down or bitten. If a child gets hurt, the dog will get blamed, they say, so it’s better to leave children outside the gates. • Small dog/big dog. Some small dogs think they’re big dogs. Some big dogs think small dogs are edity ible. The clash of attitudes does not rs, work out well for small dogs. Many ank, dog parks are now adding a separate area that’s just for small dogs. or That’s a far better plan. • Unneutered male dogs. Young male dogs who have not been alta tered are generally more territorial and more likely to fight. And even and well-behaved unneutered dogs are often goaded by neutered ones. Not good, in either case. am- Of these dog-park controversies, only the small dog/big dog iscall sue seems to be easily remedied r to the satisfaction of all sides. e at While arguments continue over org. who should be allowed in, savvy dog-park users sensibly vote with their feet, taking their animals out whenever any situation starts to develop that could spell trouble. — Gina Spadafori Do you have a pet question? Send it to email@example.com.
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Check in with your veterinarian for cat’s nutritional guidance This week’s column is an excerpt from the just-released book, “Your Cat: The Owner’s Manual.” To get the entire first chapter free, visit www.vetstreet.com/drmarty-becker. By Dr. Marty Becker Universal Uclick
early everything about your cat’s anatomy suggests her genetic heritage to hunt, and hunt well. Her feet are designed for silent stalking; her claws can hook anything and won’t let go; her teeth are long, pointed and razor-sharp. So what do you feed a creature who is so obviously designed to fend for herself? Choosing a cat food should be simple business, but with so many options available, it can be tricky to find the right diet for your cat’s best health. Even after 30 years of practicing veterinary medicine, I have to admit I sometimes find myself a little staggered by today’s pet food aisle. When I was a kid, we fed our cats in the barn from a 50-pound bag of generic, feed-store kibble. Now, I go to the grocery store that sells my own food, and see row upon row of dry, canned and even refrigerated fresh foods for felines — something for every taste, dietary need and preference. As a consumer, it’s great to have choices. But you have to be able to sort through your options, weigh costs vs. benefits, and know how to compare to There have never been more options in what to feed do your cat justice. After all, selecting a your cat. Your veterinarian can help you choose the healthful, appropriate diet for your cat and feeding right-sized portions is one of best, no matter where you shop or what you can spend. the most important things you can do to vore can produce or convert from food that cats have ensure her good health and longevity. to get ready-to-use from their diets. Unless your cat is Knowing how your cat’s nutritional needs differ dining on a whole, fresh vermin several days a week, from your own may help put her very distinctive you need to provide a diet that provides these nutridietary requirements in perspective: ents in usable form. D Must have meat. The feline system is designed D Many cats don’t get thirsty. Cats are descended to depend on the consumption of other animals to from desert hunters, and many scientists believe this survive and thrive. Unlike humans and dogs, who is the reason they don’t seem to have a strong thirst are omnivores and can stay healthy on a variety of drive. In the wild, this isn’t too much of an issue — diets, cats are “strict” or “obligate” carnivores. Just any fresh prey a cat would catch is mostly made of like their distant cousins the lion, the tiger and the water. In a world of indoor cats eating dry kibble, cheetah, house cats not only prefer meat, they can’t however, this can become a big problem. Cats need maintain good health without it. D Pound for pound, cats need far more protein. plenty of water, whether they drink it directly or get it from their food. Without enough water in their diA cat needs more than double the amount of protein per pound of body weight that a person requires. And ets, cats are susceptible to urinary tract problems. To help prevent problems with dehydration, make sure even though we omnivores can meet our protein requirements with non-meat foods like dairy products, your cat absolutely always has fresh water available. nuts and beans, cats don’t have that luxury — animal A better solution is a pet-sized water fountain — these protein is the only kind that fulfills their nutritional encourage your cat to drink more, and more often. Your cat’s veterinarian is the best resource for needs. If a cat doesn’t get enough protein in his diet, his body will actually break down his own muscle tis- advice on choosing a food that’s best for your pet. Whether you shop for pet food in a grocery store, pet sue to get the nutrients he needs. boutique or big-box retailer, your veterinarian will be D Cats sponge vitamins and amino acids from able to point you in the right direction. their prey. There are some nutrients that an omni-
Flea and tick control safer for people, too • Keeping fleas and ticks off your pets is undeniably good for their health. New research suggests it’s good for yours, too. According to Vetstreet.com, a team at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has connected the Bartonella infection to rheumatoid illnesses in people. Bartonella is a bacterium found in fleas, ticks and other biting insects. The team’s study, published in the current edition of Emerging Infectious Diseases, showed 62 percent of nearly 300 people suffering from a variety of rheumatoid illnesses were found to have antibodies against Bartonella, and 41 percent had DNA evidence of the bacterium in their blood. The majority also had contact with dogs and cats. The study makes controlling parasites a high priority for pet lovers, so talk to your veterinarian about effective parasite control for your pets — and, by extension, you. • Tired of cleaning up hairballs? Add some fiber to your cat’s diet. A little bit of canned pumpkin -– plain pumpkin, not pumpkin pie filling — added to your pet’s regular meals will help the fur ingested by grooming to pass through the digestive system, instead of being thrown up onto your carpets. Combine it with canned food for palatability, or mix it with a little water from canned tuna or clams.
Pureed pumpkin is an inexpensive treatment for chronic hairballs. • While occasional cross-species theft by the cat from the dog’s food bowl isn’t a cause for alarm, giving dog food to cats long-term isn’t a good idea. That’s because dog food may lack a substance cats can’t synthesize on their own — taurine. The lack of taurine in the feline diet can lead to heart problems and blindness. — Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker
Chautauqua County Humane Society Pet of the Week
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This week we are featuring “Lamb Chop”. She is a 5 year old beagle. She is super sweet and loves attention. Lammy knows how to roll over, will dance and chase her tail on command and was housebroken in her previous home. She is a smaller beagle that likes to go for walks. She would do well in almost any home. She has lived with another dog and cats and seems to really like kids. Lamb Chop is ready for a real forever home of her own. If you think that you have room in your heart for Lammy, please stop by the Adoption Center on Strunk Road and meet her. She will put a smile on your face.
The Chautauqua County Humane Society’s Pet of the Week is sponsored by The Annual Tom Pawelski Memorial Golf Tournament , held this past summer. The money raised from the 2010 tournament provides discounted adoption rates to Pet of the Week animals. Stop by CCHS and ﬁnd your new best friend, 2825 Strunk Road Jamestown.
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Heading into the 2012 season, after six consecutive winning seasons, it became apparent there was another step to be taken for the Fredonia women’s lacrosse team. Sure, winning seasons were hard to come by at first for this program, but even after all of the winning lately, Fredonia still had only made one SUNYAC Tournament in its 17-year program history, and that was before any member of this team had even stepped on campus. “The fact we had everybody returning except one player [from a 12-win team in 2011], I knew we would be pretty good,” head coach Chris Case said. “I knew we would have the experience, we just had to take that extra step. We had to let ourselves get
let out of the [SUNYAC] tourney.” It wasn’t easy. But as Case said, it was a season of stepping-stones. The first was a brutal challenge early by travelling to Messiah (Pa.), to play perennially one of the toughest teams in the country. The result: a humbling 17-8 loss that saw the Blue Devils trail 9-0 just 15 minutes into the game. “They blew us out,” Case said. “I said let’s forget about it.” To their credit they did. Case even acknowledged a strong showing in the games final 40 minutes that helped the confidence level. “We played them even for the final 40 minutes, 8-8,” he said. “That’s a top 10 team in the country. I think that showed our team that we are good enough to play with them and any other team in the country.” But it wasn’t until after the team re-
turned home from Florida when the season really took off. Sitting at 3-2, Fredonia blew out RIT 17-10 that seemed to jumpstart the season. Then, they beat Adrian (Mich.) 1514 in double overtime, the only loss the Bulldogs would suffer at home as they finished the season 16-2. Katie Kleine’s goal — her sixth of the game — in sudden death double overtime propelled the Blue Devils there. Then, at 7-2, it was a win over Geneseo, the first ever win over the Knights in program history, which finally put the Blue Devils on the map. “That was sort of the game where we knew just how good we were,” Case said. “But really what it did was put us in the position that we were going to be able to make the playoffs.” From there, it was a few more firsts. A win at Buffalo State two games
later catapulted Fredonia to 10-2 and 4-0 in SUNYAC. Then they were received votes from the IWLCA (Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association) poll, ranking the top 20 teams in women’s lacrosse. It set up a date with Cortland to determine the regular season conference champion, but the Blue Devils already knew they were at least heading to the elusive SUNYAC Tournament. Even an 8-7 loss couldn’t deter coach Case and the Blue Devils too much. After all, Cortland was the No. 2 team in the country. “Although we lost that game, we came out knowing we could play with them,” Case said. “Heading into the conference tournament, there was no doubt we could win the whole thing.” Continued on pg 2
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The accolades keep piling in for the Fredonia women’s lacrosse program. After receiving an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the program’s 17-year history on Sunday, the awards came flying in on Tuesday. Chris Case, in his 10th year at Fredonia, was named the 2012 SUNYAC women’s lacrosse Coach of the Year. Case, who is already the school’s all-time winningest coach with 91 wins, guided the team to a programrecord 14 wins, including rare road wins over Geneseo and Buff State. In addition, the school reached the SUNYAC conference tournament for just the second time in program history, while making the NCAA Tournament and receiving votes in the national polls for the first time each. It was the second time Case was named the Coach of the Year, with the first coming back in 2008, the
last time Fredonia made the SUNYAC conference tournament. Sophomore Katie Kleine was named SUNYAC Rookie of the Year, after leading the team in scoring with 82 points, which was also a school-record. She had 53 goals and a team-high 29 assists, which was seventh best in SUNYAC. Kleine was also named to the first team all-conference along with three other Blue Devils. Seniors Amy Simon, Megan Mietelski and junior goalie Casey Chiesa were also selected. Simon led the team with 69 goals, which was the third most in the conference. Mietelski, a defender, led the team with 31 caused turnovers and 71 draw controls. She helped anchor the conference’s second best defense in terms of goals against average. Finally, Chiesa started all 18 games for Fredonia this year with a .412 save percentage and a goals against average of 10.86.
It was business as usual for the Frewsburg Bears who dominated Salamanca in a doubleheader Tuesday afternoon to move to 9-0 in league play. It was also the team’s 10th win in a row since coming back from the Mingo Bay Classic in South Carolina. Frewsburg rolled to a 22-1 in the opener before winning by the exact same score in the nightcap. In both games, Frewsburg jumped out to big leads to put the game away. In the opener, the Bears scored nine in the opening frame before adding seven more in the second to go up 16-0. In the nightcap, it was a rerun. Five in the first and 11 more in the second gave Frewsburg a 16-1 lead after two. Besides that, most of the action was cancelled again this week as a host of games were cancelled Monday due to rain around the county pretty much all day. In CCAA 1, another good battle looks to go down to the wire between rivals Fredonia and Dunkirk. The Hillbillies won the first matchup 3-2 and the two schools — 5-1 in league play heading into Tuesday — will meet again Monday, May 14. Both teams have a loaded schedule this week and into the weekend looking to makeup the mass amount of rainouts
we’ve had over the past week and a half. Frewsburg is in total control in CCAA 2, a good sign for the Bears looking to extend their five-year sectional championship run. Cassadaga Valley has only lost one league game, but that came against those Frewsburg Bears in a relatively easy 6-0 shutout win for Frewsburg. Their main competition for that sectional title might just come from Westfield, a team in CCAA 3, as Frewsburg has had little trouble with anyone within the division. But the Wolverines have been equally as impressive in CCAA 3, shutting out teams left and right. The only challenge in that division right now appears to be Pine Valley, the back-to-back champ of Class D, who looks as tough as ever. In CCAA 4, it’s going to be a good battle between the top three teams of North Collins, Brocton and West Valley. Of course, those three teams, along with Pine Valley, should make the Class D playoffs very interesting. North Collins rolled Tuesday with a 19-1 win over Ripley. They’re now 11-1 and 8-0 in league play. But don’t count out Brocton, who played North Collins tough earlier this season and has mostly had an easy time throughout league play besides that.
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Josh Hebner Wins Dan McGarvie Memorial At Eriez Speedway By Jay Pees
HAMMETT, Pa. — A beautiful spring evening greeted fans entering Eriez Speedway for the annual opener featuring the Dan McGarvie Memorial Race for the Kandy's Dinner Theater Super Challengers. After one lap Doug Melter was the leader but caution was thrown when Ryan White suffered front-end problems in the front straight. After the restart, Melter was joined by Kyle Jackson and 2012 champion Josh Hebner for a three-way battle for the lead. At six laps in, Hebner took over the lead with caution coming over the speedway just one lap later for a car stalled on the front straight. After green, Casey Burch came to second and reeled in Hebner and got by at the white flag but lapped traffic affected the finish, forcing Burch wide in turn one, handing the lead back to Hebner. Hebner got the win followed by Burch, Doug Melter, Wes Stull, and Josh Backstrom. Eighteen Jay's Auto Wrecking Super Late Models came to the green flag with Ron Davies and Greg Johnson leading the way. Two laps were complete when Dave Lyon looped his car in turn three while Greg Oakes mount billowed smoke on the main straight. On the restart four cars got together in turn one, negating the start. The next restart only lasted until turn three when Lyon and Jason Morell got together. Both cars suffered enough damage to force them to the pits. One lap later Scott Gurdak was in the wall in turn four. On the restart Scott and Johnson made contact right at the flagstand with Scott sliding along the top of the wall. Scott was transported to a local hospital to be examined. Johnson ran side by side with Davies several laps but Davies was again in sole control at lap 15 and went on to win. Mike Knight got by Johnson at lap 18 and went on to the second place finish with Johnson third, Ryan Scott fourth, and Chris Hackett fifth. Only seven of the eighteen starters finished the event. The Bonnell's Collision Center Street Stocks were the first feature of the fresh season. Mark Frontera took off to the early lead over Jimmy Kennerknecht and Steve Keith Jr. Kennerknecht spun off turn four at the end of two but kept moving although losing two spots. Keith and Pat McGuire were having a spirited battle for second until Ron Johnson and Tyler Lyngarkos spun at opposite ends of the speedway on lap four. Lyngarkos had spun first and the yellow was already out when Johnson spun so Johnson retained his position for the restart. After green, Greg Fenno got by both McGuire and Keith at lap six and quickly closed the gap on the leader. John Phelps Jr. spun at the halfway point again slowing the field. After green Fenno got by for the lead with McGuire suffering a flat left rear tire, forcing the 2011 champion to retire from the event. Jeffery Keith spun at lap 20 for the third caution period of the event. Over the final five laps Fenno led Joe Rohrer, Steve Keith Jr., Brent Crandall, and Mark Thompson before finishing of the win.
Jimmy Kennerknecht moved into the fifth position at the finish. Former champion Don McGuire led the Gannon University Super Sporstman feature to Mark Matthews' green flag. After three attempts, the No. 7 car field finally got racing with McGuire leading the first two laps before giving up the spot to Wade Watson. Just past halfway McGuire began spewing fluid on the track and retires to the pits with Jake Eller inheriting second. Tim Card wound up third with Jim Kibbe fourth. McGuire was scored fifth. Sixteen cars took the green for the Plyler Overhead Door E-Mod feature with Russ Dunn and Jack Young leading the way. Dunn blasted off to the immediate lead with Shane Crotty coming to second and Rich Michael third. After a caution at the end of four laps Michael came to second but Dunn was already opening up a sizable lead until going wide in turn two before heading to the pits on the next lap. Just past halfway Butch Southwell, Leonard Enos, and John Boardman tangled on the back straight, with all three coming to a halt against the wall. After restarting, Brent Rhebergen wasted no time taking over second from Crotty. Mike Knight and John Boyd also came by but nobody was able to do anything other than watch as Michael sped away to the win. The 14 Conway and O'Malley Limited Late Models were brought to the green by Stan Davis and Dan Maxim. The veteran Maxim led lap one with Davis and Dustin Eckman right behind. Davis kept pressuring Maxim, getting alongside on several laps, getting the advantage at lap eight. At halfway the top five were Davis, Maxim, Eckman, 2011 champion Chris Ottaway, and Tyler Green. One lap later Terry White spun in turn four for the first yellow period of the race. At the restart Eckman came by Maxim for the runner-up spot with Maxim retiring two laps later. Using the high line, Eckman grabbed the lead with two laps remaining. Caution again flew with one lap to go when White again looped his mount. On the final lap Ottaway dove to the inside when Eckman slid high, getting by for the win. The defending class champion went on to the win over Eckman, Steve Kania, Chris McGuire, and early leader Davis. The Dan's Rt 8 Boardwalk Bar and Grill FASTRAK Late Models were brought to the green by Billy Henry and Matt Latta with Henry leading lap one. At eight laps complete Justin Kreider spun in turn three, bunching the field behind Henry. Bob Dorman immediately got by Latta for second with Chad Wright right behind. At halfway the cars of Bruce Hordusky, Justin Kreider, Eric Andrus, and CotyMason piled up in turn three, bringing out caution. Wright was on Henry's rear bumper over the next several laps with caution again flying with four laps remaining for a spin by Eric Andrus. One more caution occurred with two to go when Bobby Rohrer spun in turn one. Henry cruised to the win over Wright, Dorman, Jamie Moore, and Max Blair.
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David Scott Wins Super Late Feature On Opening Night At Stateline Speedway By Glenn Slocum Contributing Writer
BUSTI, N.Y. — Perfect racing weather, 158 racecars in the pits and a full moon and grandstand inaugurated the 2012 racing season at Stateline Speedway. The double point night was sponsored by Kenny’s Green Star Automotive a long time sponsor of racing events at Stateline. Chris Withers won the Street Stock caution-filled feature that saw Ken Lamp transported by helicopter to the hospital and a race-ending roll over by Jason Bagdley. David Scott made the winning pass on lap one to get the first Super Late Model feature win of the season and Rich Gardner won the five lap “Run for the Money”. Dan Nocero Jr. won the Super Sportsman feature. Ryan Scott led from green to checkers in the Limited Late feature for the double points win. David Scott repeated his Super Late Model win in the E-Mod feature going from second to first on lap one then cruising to the victory. Bryce Davis towed from Hornell N.Y. to win the Crate Late Model feature after holding off Max Blair and Damien Bidwell through the final laps of a race, which saw several multi-car incidents. Josh Beckstrom won the Super Challenger feature. Jason Covey led the early laps of Street Stock feature with Ken Lamp Jr. second and Brian Crandall third. A two-car spin slowed the event with seven laps complete. Covey, Chris Withers, Lamp, Crandall and Elaine Best were the race leaders. On the restart, Best tangled with Lance Palmer for the second yellow of the event. Lamp slowed dramatically on the restart collecting Gary Fisher for yellow three. Lamp was injured in the accident and was transported to the hospital by helicopter. A single car spin brought out yellow two laps later just after Withers passed Covey for the lead. Nicholas Mohawk slowed causing yellow five with three laps remaining. Withers had a five-car length lead when the two to go signal was given but before the white appeared a spin by Jim Britt caused yellow six. On the white flag
David Scott won the Kenny's Green Star Automotive Super Late Feature this past Saturday at Stateline Speedway's Opening night for 2012. (photo courtesy of stateline-speedway.com)
lap Jason Bagdley rolled his racecar over at the exit of turn four ending the event one lap short for race winner Withers. Doug Eck and David Scott were on the front row for the Super Late Model “Run for the Money” feature event. Last year’s Super Late Champ Dutch Davies and John Volpe were in the second row followed by John Lobb and Bump Hedman. Eck won the race to turn one as Randy Lobb slowed to a stop in the infield. Scott wasted no time making an outside pass to best Eck for the lead on lap two. Davies was third with Hedman fourth and Rich Gardner fifth. Scott began to lap cars on lap eleven with a 20 car length lead over Davies running second followed by Hedman then early leader Eck. Hedman and the lap car of Lyle Smith tangled coming out on turn four ending with Hedman nosed into the front stretch concrete alongside Smith. Twenty laps were in the books with Scott leading 19. Davies, Gardner, Eck and Darrell Bossard followed Scott. During the caution Davies lost his left rear wheel placing Volpe in fifth for the restart. Greg Oakes had problems on the restart for caution two. The single file restart saw every racer scrambling for the inside of the speedway. With two laps remaining Dick Barton was hit from behind spinning into the infield for caution three. Scott held on getting the double point win and setting up the “Run for the Money”. Scott, Gardner and Eck started the three-lap contest three wide. Gardner surprised Scott passing for the lead on
the first circuit then pulled away for the remaining laps winning the $500 dollar first place prize. Fourteen Super Sportsman were on hand for their feature event with Ben Burgess on the pole and Dan Nocero Jr. alongside. Rookie Allen Yarbrough caused caution one on lap one. A spinner brought out yellow two with five laps complete then two laps latter yellow three. Nocero and Burgess remained the leaders with Jake Eller third and Scott Lawson fourth. Nocero won going away. Bill Reeves and Steve Moynihan caused the first caution during the Limited Late feature as Ryan Scott, Chris Ottaway, Dustin Eckman and Stan Davis Jr. led. Caution two was caused by John Cline Jr. with four completed laps. One more lap was completed then yellow three this time for a spin in turn four by Tyler Green. Scott continued to control the event leading Ottaway by three car lengths will Eckman was 10 car lengths behind Ottaway. Mike Moore was the next victim of the yellow with eight laps remaining. Steve Kania had raced from eleventh to third for the restart with Eckman fourth. Scott finished the event as he started it, in the lead notching the second win of the night for the Scott family. David Scott passed Chad Carlson on the first lap of the E-Mod feature. A lap three spin on the front straightaway by Ron Seeley caused caution number one. Scott Gurdak, Greg Johnson, and Butch Southwell completed the top five. An accident in turn one on the restart collected nearly
half the field. Debris brought out the yellow on the restart. The race settled down after the first couple of cautions and Scott began to extend his lead over Johnson and the rest of the field. Even lap traffic did not allow Johnson to close with Scott as he won his second feature of the night. Bryce Davis was led the initial laps of the Crate Late Model feature with Matt Cobb second and Justin Tatlow third. Bob Dorman and Randy Raynor were involved in early yellows. Another multi-car incident occurred on the lap three restart and one lap later Garret Stephen caused caution four. A lap six spin by Brad Mesler caused caution five, then on the restart a ten car pileup caused caution six. Davis led through all the mayhem with Cobb second. Max Blair became a player right after the restart grabbing second from Cobb and setting his sights on the leader. Skip Jackson spun for caution seven at the halfway mark. Davis, Blair, Cobb, Damien Bidwell and Doug Ricotta were the leaders. Blair had started in eleventh and was on Davis’s bumper for the restart. The race could not stay green as Stephen and Bruce Hordusky Jr. tangled for caution eight. Bidwell had passed Cobb restarting third alongside Blair. John Haggerty grabbed fourth on the restart after starting 21st. Raynor caused caution nine on lap fifteen. With two laps remaining Blair was pressing Davis at every turn but could not complete the pass with Bidwell waiting for either of the leaders to make a mistake that did not happen.
FREDONIA WOMENS LACROSSE continued from pg 1 Selection Show Wait “To be honest, I think we thought it was over,” Case said after losing to Buffalo State in the SUNYAC semifinals. “I may have been the only one who thought are chances were still good though.” Of course, Fredonia’s easiest ticket into the NCAA Tournament was by winning their conference tournament. Since that didn’t happen, Fredonia had to hope to grab one of the few precious at-large spots in the field of 31. The good news was good computer numbers thanks to a difficult schedule. According to laxpower.com, they were 10th in RPI (ratings percentage index), and 35th in SOS (strength of schedule), two key components to selecting at-large teams. The bad news was, they might be considered the third best team in SUNYAC. “When Buff State beat us, it looked as thought they would be the second team from SUNYAC,” Case said. “Most people said they wouldn’t take three
teams from our conference, but I said let’s watch the selection show and see what happens.” What happened was a gift from the lacrosse Gods. Fredonia was the first team shown and would host St. John Fisher Wednesday night. “It was nice to be called first,” Case joked. “Very relieving to see our name.” Tourney Time Yes, in a season of firsts, Fredonia will get to play in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in its history. The question is can they keep the run going and win their first NCAA tournament game? “We’re excited to play at this
level,” Case said. “There are only 31 teams practicing and we’re one of them. But Fisher is a real good team and we’ll have our hands full.” If Fredonia were to win, they’d play the top-seeded and defending champion Salisbury this Saturday, May 12. But Case thinks by losing their final game to Buff State, it may have lit a fire for his team that could give them a bit of an extra edge going forward. “I think we learned that no lead is for certain,” Case said, referring to the early 6-1 lead over Buff State. “It didn’t sit well with us and now we already have that taste of the season being over. We don’t want to feel like
that again and we feel like we’ve been given a second chance.” And it’s a well-deserved second chance. Fredonia finished the regular season 14-4, the most wins in program history. They also won seven conference games, as many as they won in each of the past two years. In addition, it gives this great senior class another shot at a marquee victory. “We’ve had several records broken this year, accomplished a lot of things that we’ve never done before, and there’s really not a better way to go out, other than besides a national championship.”
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Derby Still An American Tradition
Chris Winkler COMMENTARY
I spent this past weekend in the beautiful city of Louisville, Ky., taking in the 138th Kentucky Derby for the second year in a row. To me, its still one of the last remaining great sporting events this country still has to offer. For starters, I’m not much ate-of a regular season guy. I get it, more money for teams, ht players, etc. It’s smart, always rt. has been. But it sort of takes away from the gameday experience when the team, his city or venue has to produce rest something on a daily basis. Well, this sport clearly has ose the smallest regular season. c- Because of that, the gameday experience is nearly unbeatial able. I still like getting out l to a new college football ond stadium to witness new trab ditions, but they all pale in r comparison to what happens ws. down in Louisville. I’d assume most people reading this haven’t made rret the eight-or-so hour trek to r. northern Kentucky, but if I ler could recommend one sportn ing trip to anybody out there, its Churchill Downs. If you’re a big gambler, it’s probably m not cheap, but if you’re more air in it for the sporting event the like me, it won’t burn a hole om in your wallet. on Even though the relatively un small city isn’t exactly f- equipped to hold the mass bb, arrival of people from across the country — I’ve stayed in southern Indiana two years h in a row — I’ve had a total of r zero complaints in my two uld trips. Naturally, there is a nd monstrous markup on every d single hotel within a cab had driver’s radius of the track, rd but I can’t imagine booking erty a hotel for a Super Bowl is art even remotely close to these prices. e Because of that, more than ps 150,000 people cram into ng Churchill Downs, each uld without anything more than a mild rooting interest, just of looking for an all-around ake good time and an extra couple hundred bucks in their pockets. Again, for me, it was a great time. Granted, my group of e’ve friends goes cheap: $40 for ” general admission into the infield and no real sight of c- the actual race. But, I’d be hed willing to bet that the infield e is the place to be. ory. r- First off, it’s not just a bunch y of drunken college kids rollo ing around in the mud. It’s his actually far from it. Most of hot the infield is paved walkways littered with concession stands, souvenir stands, and of course, some betting gates. There are also more bathrooms than you can imagine. nd You actually begin to forget ay where you are — not because es a of the alcohol — at most times because it’s basically a mix between a county fair and an outdoor concert.
And no, people aren’t wearing their Sunday bests in there, but you’re not at the beach, either. The women are all still dressed up; it’s mostly just guys not being interested in wearing a three-piece suit on a 85-degree summer day. Which would include me. After all, staying hydrated for a 7-hour event isn’t entirely easy. You can bring a cooler inside the derby with non-alcoholic drinks, but lugging around a huge cooler most of the day isn’t fun. Especially on a day like Saturday, you need your fair share of water, regardless of the price. Of course, how can you go to the Kentucky Derby and not drink a Mint Julep? The choice drink — along with the fruitier, lighter, vodkainfused Oaks Lily — is about as much of a staple to the race as the hats. According to the Kentucky Derby’s website, more than 120,000 are served over the two-day weekend (including Friday’s Kentucky Oaks). But I’m still willing to bet the infield alone approaches that number. Regardless, onto the race. Last week I told you I really liked Dullahan, and while nearly all of my bets featured the No. 5 horse, I did manage to sneak one in on the 19 horse — I’ll Have Another — to win. More for modesty sake, I’ll spare you my winnings. While you only get to see a snippet of the race — on the far wide end of the track like me — there are enough big screens throughout the place to see what’s going on. Plus everybody is in tune for the race and there is a special aura running through the air as post time closes within in a few minutes. It’s really a surreal feeling that I can’t explain as every single person waits for the horses to burst out of the gates. Anyhow, can I’ll Have Another carry on? In the last seven years, only one horse has gone on to win the Preakness after winning the Kentucky Derby. That was Big Brown back in 2008. Before that, though, six of the previous eight derby winners had gone on to win the Preakness. Of course, all of them went on to lose the Belmont as we still await the next elusive Triple Crown winner. Can I’ll Have Another do that? In my opinion, no. I don’t think he is that great of a horse and the talent-pool is too muddled. I’d be surprised if he won the Preakness and can’t even fathom a win at the Belmont, but I’m no expert. But it doesn’t matter because that’s not what the Derby is about, especially since the next two races don’t affect what happened at Churchill Downs at all. I’ll Have Another will go down in Derby history lore. I won’t forget who won the 2012 Kentucky Derby, just how most others in attendance won’t either. Just think, maybe you’ll be able to say that about the 2013 race.
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100 Years Later: Celebrating Hugh Bedient Contributed Article Chautauqua Sports HOF
100 years ago Fenway Park became the new home of the Boston Red Sox. A 22-year-old rookie pitcher from Falconer, Hugh Bedient, helped lead the Red Sox to the World Series by compiling a remarkable 20-10 record during that 1912 season. Facing the New York Giants in the World Series, the 1908 Falconer High School graduate tossed 18 innings in four games while compiling a sterling 0.50 earned run average. In the pivotal fifth game, he defeated Giant’s ace and future Baseball Hall of Famer Christy Matthewson 2-1. Bedient also started the final game of the series and pitched seven strong innings before being lifted for a pinch hitter with the score tied 1-1. The Boston Americans ultimately won the match 3-2 in ten innings to capture the 1912 World Series Championship. Following the Series, Bedient returned to his home in Falconer and was honored by a parade witnessed by an estimated 25,000 people. Although no official Rookieof-the- Year was awarded until 1947, the Society of Baseball Research polled its membership of historians and declared Bedient the 1912 winner. Bedient first drew the attention of baseball scouts on July 27, 1908 when he was a member of a semi-pro squad from Falconer that squared off against a team from Corry, Pa. In an effort considered to be a “world’s record” Bedient struck out 42 Corry batsmen while pitching 23 innings. His brilliant effort resulted in national attention and 19 offers to play professional baseball. He signed with Fall River, Mass. for 1910 and played at Providence in 1911 before making the Red Sox in 1912. Following his 1912 World Series Championship, Hugh pitched two more years with Boston then jumped Buffalo of the upstart Federal League in 1915. He completed his baseball journey with minor league seasons at Toledo (1916-17, 1921-23), Portland (1924) and Atlanta (1925). To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bedient’s 1912 World Series Championship, the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame, in cooperation with the Village of Falconer, the Falconer Central School System, the Chautauqua Region Community Founation and community-minded citizens from Falconer, has planned a number of celebratory events for Saturday, May 19. Sue Seamens will have a display of Bedient memorabilia and baseball related literature at
Hugh Bedient won compiled a record of 59-53 in four season in the MLB. He went 1-0 with a 0.50 ERA in 18 innings in the 1912 World Series, helping the Red Sox claim the title. (submitted photo).
the Falconer Public Library. Falconer merchants will have student created baseball themed artwork in their storefronts. At 10 a.m., the Falconer Central softball team will take on Frewsburg at Ernie Strickland Field. At 11 a.m., a parade will step off from Davis Park, across from the Falconer Community Building, and proceed east on Main Street to Falconer High School. Sam Ognibene of the Falconer Highway Department is parade marshal. The public is invited to walk. At 11:30 a.m., Mayor David Krieg of Falconer will issue a proclamation naming May 19 as Hugh Bedient Day in the Village. The baseball field at the end of East Avenue will be dedicated and renamed Hugh Bedient Field by Falconer school superintendent Stephen Penhollow. A Falconer youth league t-ball game will christen the new field. At 12 p.m., the Falconer varsity baseball team will compete in a game versus Frewsburg Central at Denny Meszaros Field. Following the high school games, Falconer alumni baseball and softball players will take the fields to relive their glory days. The alumni softball game will begin at 2 p.m. followed by the alumni baseball game at 4 pm. The public is invited to all events on May 19, Hugh Bedient Day in Falconer. Volunteers Volunteers are needed to supervise the CSHOF exhibit hall in downtown Jamestown in order to increase the number of days the hall can be open. If you can volunteer even one
three-hour afternoon per month, kindly contact Randy Anderson at 716-640-6219. John O’Neil John F. O'Neil, 91, of Emeritus of Lakewood, formerly of 126 Merlin Ave., died Wednesday April 18, 2012, in WCA Hospital. A native of Shelbiana, Ky., he was born April 19, 1920, the son of the late Dewey and Lula Roberts Johnson. He was involved in professional baseball for more than 45 years serving from 1939-86 as player, player/manager, manager, general manager and scout. He participated in over 1,800 minor league games. He played shortstop for the Jamestown Falcons in 1941 and 1954. As part of the 1941 season was named Most Popular Jamestown Falcon by a vote of the fans. The Philadelphia Phillies called him up to the majors for a portion of the 1946 season. He returned to the Jamestown Falcons in 1961, this time as general manager. From 1964-84 he worked as a major league scout for various teams including Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers. O'Neil was honored by the Chautauqua Hall of Fame at Diethrick Park in the summer of 2011. It was the 70th anniversary of Diethrick Park, then called Municipal Stadium, and O'Neil, the lone survivor of the 1941 Jamestown team, was honored by throwing out the first pitch. John O'Neil was the oldest inductee placed in Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame at the organization's 31st annual induction dinner on Feb. 20, 2012. Outside of baseball he was an avid golfer and fisherman with
Dahl Leads Hollyloft Race Team At Presque Isle
memberships at Chautauqua and Corry Hills golf clubs. He was also a member of Lakewood Rod and Gun Club. Surviving are a daughter, Bonnie (James) Green of Myrtle Beach, S.C. and Jamestown; six grandchildren: Thomas M. Green of Manhattan, Daniel R. (Angela) Green of Maumelle, Ark., Cindy (Jeff ) Alper of Randolph, N.J., Jim (Cheryl) Green of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., John (Cheryl) Green of Greensboro, N.C., and Jason (Jeanette) Green of Jamestown; and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife the former A. Janette "Suzy" Swanson, whom he married Nov. 16, 1943, and who died Aug. 28, 2008. Les Beck Leslie A. Beck, 98, formerly of 199 Hazeltine Ave., Jamestown, died April 3, 2012, in the Heritage Park Rehab and Skilled Nursing Facility. A lifetime resident of Jamestown, Leslie was born January 15, 1914, the son of LaMott and Nellie Beck. He was a 1932 graduate of Jamestown High School. He played football as well as competing in track in high school and was a member of the National Athletic Scholarship Society. Once out of school he continued to pursue sports by playing football, softball and baseball in Jamestown and other area sports leagues, becoming a roller skating floor manager and instructor, and organizing the Chautauqua Lake Archers. Leslie served in the United States Army during World War II as a second lieutenant and was a paratroop and demolition instructor. He was stationed in Japan during the years that the Pacific Olympics were held, and was a captain on the football team from the 11th Airborne, which won in 1945 and 1946 at the Army Pacific Olympics championship, held in Tokyo. In 1999 Les was inducted into the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame. He spent 26 years in the Jamestown Fire Department with 8 years as assistant fire chief. After retirement Les enjoyed golf, bowling, and was an active member of the JHS Sports Boosters. In addition to his parents, Leslie is preceded in death by his wife Viola Beck and his brother Orsell Beck. Leslie will be dearly missed by his stepdaughter Lonnie Kish of Florida, nephew Richard Beck of Connecticut, niece Linda Beck of Lakewood, and devoted friend Jodi Crawford of Jamestown, with whom he enjoyed a father/ daughter-like relationship for many years.
Local Girl Finishes 2nd In State Free Throw Competition
Rob Colburn (right) and Ron Rosenberg (left) raced in the B race at the ECBC Spring Race in Fairﬁew Pa. (photo courtesy of Jeff Suesser)
At the ECBC Spring Race Series in Fairview, Pa., Bob Dahl finished 3rd in the A race. Meanwhile in the B race, Joe Hunt finished 9th and Chaz Ormond 10th. Ron Rosenberg and Rob Colburn also raced. In the women’s race, Sandra Leary finished 5th.
The Hollyloft/Alfies Cycling team also participated at the Presque Isle time trial in Erie, Pa. this past weekend. Chaz Ormond finished 22nd (3rd overall in the 10-19 age group). Kris Meekins finished 27th, Jeff Mills 29th and Ron Rosenberg 37th. Chris Smith
finished 59th (1st overall in the 60-69 age group), with Gene Emborsky 68th (3rd 6069 age group). Andy Johnson also raced. The team will be heading off to the Bristol Mountain Road Race Saturday and PICC and ECBC race series on Sunday this week.
Quinn Bankoski, 13, recently won 2nd place at the 2012 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition at West Point Academy. Quinn, the daughter of Bob and Tammy Bankoski resides in Dunkirk and is a student at Northern Chautauqua Catholic School in Dunkirk. (submitted photo)
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Race: Bojangles’ Southern 500 Where: Darlington Raceway When: Saturday, 6:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX 2011 Winner: Regan Smith (right)
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Race: N.C. Education Lottery 200 Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway When: May 18, 7:30 p.m. (ET) TV: SPEED 2011 Winner: Kyle Busch
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Gordon: ‘I want to laugh ... cry’ Jeff Gordon won the pole for the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway, one of the bright spots in an otherwise dismal season. But after being collected in a multi-car crash, the four-time champion was left with a 33rdplace finish, which puts him 23rd in the points standings, 145 points behind leader Greg Biffle, and 69 points out of the top 10. He said the 2012 season is turning out to be one of the most bizarre of his career. “I mean it’s almost comical at this point,” he said. “I want to laugh at it, but I want to cry, too. It’s just ridiculous that we cannot catch a single break.” Gordon went on to say that he’s no fan of the rules designed to limit two-car tandems at Daytona and Talladega. Those rules are designed so that cars that do push quickly overheat. Some, including Gordon, say NASCAR has gone too far in that direction. “This temp thing is kind of a joke,” he said. “They are going to have to fix that … When you can’t really even race because the temps, even in a regular pack, are an issue, we have to address that.”
Stewart mocks crash fixation
Brad Keselowski during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Samsung Mobile 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on April 12. (NASCAR photo)
Three years after first Cup win, Keselowski shows no signs of stopping
art of the fun of following NASCAR – or any sport – is trying to figure out who will be the next superstar. Three years ago at Talladega Superspeedway, after Brad Keselowski held his ground on the final lap and got his first career Sprint Cup victory (while Carl Edwards, after contact between the two of them, flew into the catchfence), many speculated that Keselowski was destined for stardom. Others figured he might be like Bobby Hillin Jr., Phil Parsons, Ron Bouchard, Dick Brooks or Lennie Pond – drivers who got a win at Talladega then never won anywhere else. But since then, Keselowski has won four more times, earned a Chase berth in 2011 and established himself as one of the sport’s top stars. On Sunday, in the Aaron’s 499, he pulled off a move that isn’t supposed to work, to motor away from his drafting partner Kyle Busch on the final lap and cruise to his sixth career victory. On a green-white-checkered run to the finish, Keselowski proved adept at hooking up in a two-car tandem, working with Kyle Busch to motor away from the Roush Fenway Racing duo of Matt Kenseth and Greg Biffle, who had difficulty getting hooked up bumper to bumper and quick-
Brad Keselowski celebrates after winning Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala. (NASCAR photo) ly found themselves racing for third place, at best. Then Keselowski showed a sign of true greatness, when he made a daring move in Turn Three on the final lap and broke away from Busch, a maneuver that allowed him to motor away unchallenged to the finish line. When Keselowski went high, then low, it broke the draft and more importantly debunked the prevailing school of thought that the second-place driver had the advantage on the final lap at Talladega. Keselowski said he’d been wait-
ing a long time to try that move. “I had this whole plan if I ever got in that situation where I was leading,” he said. “I thought about it and thought about it, dreamed about what to do, and sure enough, going into [Turn] Three, it was just me and Kyle [Busch], and I knew the move I wanted to pull. “It worked because the guy running second should have the advantage, but I had this move all worked up in my mind. “Now everybody has seen it and they know it, but I’m glad I was able to get a win with it … It
wasn’t easy to convince myself to do that, but it was the right move. I’m glad it worked.” An obviously disappointed Busch said he wasn’t sure how Keselowski got away at the end and he wasn’t sure if it was a planned maneuver or not. “If he did [plan it] it was pretty smart,” Busch said. Keselowski’s victory, his second of the season, appears to put him in good position to take a spot in the Chase, which begins after the 26-race regular season. And it further establishes him as one of the sport’s elite drivers. Busch and Kenseth both agreed with that when queried after the race. “He’s no dummy, that’s for sure,” Busch said. “He’s got good plate-racing skills. I think he’s got good short track, mile-and-a-half skills, too. “Brad should be a title contender each and every year.” Kenseth, who blamed himself for not doing a better job at managing the tandem at the end at Talladega, said that many not directly involved in the sport may not realize how dedicated Keselowski is to his job. “That’s one thing people don’t notice or give him credit for – he works really hard,” Kenseth said. “I think that’s a lot of reason for his success.”
Drivers anticipate fun, challenges of Darlington races Mother’s Day weekend finds NASCAR idle on Sunday, but racing hard on Saturday night in the Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway. In the previous 62 Cup races at NASCAR’s oldest superspeedway, it has been shown time and again that the track’s nicknames, like “the Lady in Black” and the “Track Too Tough To Tame,” are more than appropriate. It’s a little different in recent races, as the smoother asphalt from a 2007 repave has taken some of the challenge out of the track, but it’s still tough and could be more challenging this time around, as the asphalt has had another year to age. Darlington trophies always have been among the most cherished in auto racing. Jimmie Johnson said he’s mighty proud of his two – both from 2004. “That was on the old surface, which – Darlington isn’t easy now – but, there is just something so cool about the surface prior to the repave,” Johnson said. “It was such a challenge. I am very proud of those trophies.” Although one of those trophies wound up getting ruined, Johnson said the track replaced it. In six career Cup starts at Darlington, Martin Truex Jr. has yet to score a top-five finish, but he has
Regan Smith, driver of the No.78 Chevrolet, crosses the finish line to win the SHOWTIME Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on May 7, 2011. (NASCAR photo) an average finish of 12.3 with a best of sixth and a worst of 19th. “I feel like it’s probably one of my best tracks,” he said, acknowledging that his average finish isn’t spectacular. “We’ve led a ton of laps there since they repaved it, and [we] had cars, to be honest, three or four times, that were capable of winning … “I’m really, really looking forward to that race. I think we have a shot at winning, and look forward to going there.”
Denny Hamlin said, for him, Darlington is one of those tracks that challenge him, which he enjoys. “It just seems like we have adapted to it and found a way to get around the track,” he said. Hamlin also said he was at Darlington recently and believes it’s going to be more like the old Darlington than most people expect. “It’s amazing to see how much the surface has aged just since last year,” he said. “The surface was white as snow, and basically that’s the rock starting to come up through the asphalt again, which I think is great for that race track.” A more abrasive track generally creates more tire wear and places more emphasis on driving ability. Hamlin, in his relatively brief career, has been a master at handling Darlington, whether the pavement was old or new. In six Cup starts, he has a win in 2010 and a runner-up finish in 2007 and has never finished worse than 13th. In six Nationwide Series races at Darlington he has three wins, in 2006, 2007 and 2010. He has a second place from last year, and his worst finish is an eighth, which came in 2004 in his Nationwide debut. “For myself, I just have a way of getting around the place,” he said. “I really can’t explain it.”
Tony Stewart had some interesting – and sarcastic – responses to media questions after crashing on the final caution at Talladega. He was responding to the rules changes, made in response to fan complaints about boring racing, that brought back the big packs of cars. “I’m sorry we couldn’t crash more cars today,” he said. “We didn’t fill the quota for today for Talladega and NASCAR … “Honestly, I think if we haven’t crashed at least 50 percent of the field by the end of the race, we need to extend the race until we at least crash 50 percent of the cars, because it’s not fair to these fans, for them to not see any more wrecks than that, and more torn up cars. We still had over half the cars running at the end, and it shouldn’t be that way.” He suggested running the race in a figure-8 format. “It would absolutely be perfect here,” he said. “It would be better than what we have. That is going to be my vote next week is that we make it a figure-8, and/or we can stop at the halfway, make a break and turn around and go backwards the rest of the way. Then with 10 to go, we split the field in half and half go the regular direction and half of them go backwards.”
NASCAR penalties lose bite The outcome of the penalties announced following rules infractions at Richmond International Raceway seems to indicate that NASCAR’s chief appellate officer, John Middlebrook, has taken some of the bite out of NASCAR’s penalty process. After Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 Sprint Cup team had its penalties overturned by Middlebrook – other than a monetary fine – for rules violations at Daytona in February, the NASCAR world was closely watching for the next round of infractions. Last week, six Nationwide Series crew chiefs were fined and placed on probation for having unapproved modifications to the front bumper area of their cars. They were Luke Lambert (No. 2 team), Danny Stockman (No. 3 team), Trent Owens (No. 0 team), Jimmy Elledge (No. 31 team), Ernie Cope (No. 33 team), and Mike Shiplett (No. 38 team). But none of the Nationwide teams, nor the drivers, were docked any points, as has been a major part of NASCAR penalties in the past. In the eyes of many in the garage, if points aren’t part of the penalty, there’s no real problem.
SPRINT CUP POINTS 1. Greg Biffle 378; Leader 2. Matt Kenseth 371; behind -7 3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 369; behind -9 4. Denny Hamlin 351; behind -27 5. Kevin Harvick 333; behind -45 6. Martin Truex Jr. 332; behind -46 7. Tony Stewart 328; behind -50 8. Jimmie Johnson 324; behind -54 9. Kyle Busch 308; behind -70 10. Clint Bowyer 302; behind -76
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Kalisz Named MVP, Top Forward At NAHL Award Ceremony Contributed Article NAHL Press Release
FRISCO, Texas — The North American Hockey League (NAHL) announced their 2011-12 season-ending awards at the annual NAHL Banquet of Champions held on May 6 at the Frisco Convention Center in Frisco, Texas. Awards given out included: the All-NAHL Team, Most Valuable Player, Forward of the Year, Defenseman of the Year, Brian’s Goaltender of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, General Manager of the Year and Organization of the Year, along with the Academic Achievement Award, Gongshow Lifestyle Community Service Award and Mark Messier Leadership Award. Here is a look at the winners: All-NAHL Team Forward: Gabe Levin, Fairbanks Ice Dogs Forward: Joe Kalisz, St. Louis Bandits Forward: JT Osborn, Fairbanks Ice Dogs Defense: John Rey, Amarillo Bulls Defense: Sean O’Rourke, Fairbanks Ice Dogs Goalie: Connor Hellebuyck, Odessa Jackalopes Most Valuable Player and Forward of the Year: Joe Kalisz, St. Louis Bandits Kalisz, a 20-year-old from Davison, Michigan, was not only voted as the Forward of the Year, but also as this year’s North American Hockey League Most Valuable Player. He ended up leading the league in points with 91, making him just the fifth player in the last eight years to reach the 90-point plateau. He also tied for the league-lead in goals with 40. He was twice honored as the NAHL’s Player of the Month in both February and March. During the year, he also committed to the University of Connecticut, where he will play hockey in the fall. Kalisz is also one of two finalists for the USA Hockey Junior Player of the Year. Defenseman of the Year: John Rey, Amarillo Bulls Rey, a 19-year-old from Turnersville, New Jersey, led all NAHL defenseman in scoring with 51 points in 60 games played. Since the NAHL started tracking and keeping plus/minus as a statistic, he set a new single-season record with an amazing +64 rating this past season. His 43 assists ranked 6th of all players in the league. He also was selected to be a part of the South team at the 2012 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament. Brian’s Goaltender(s) of the Year and 201112 Rookie(s) of the Year: Connor Hellebuyck, Odessa Jackalopes and Robert Nichols, Wenatchee Wild The NAHL had the rarest of situations this season as both Connor Hellebuyck and Robert Nichols
Dallas Stars head coach Glen Gulutzan (left), St. Louis Bandits forward Joe Kalisz (center) and NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld (right) at the NAHL Banquet of Champions on Sunday. (Courtesy of NAHL.com)
received the same number of votes for both the Rookie of Year award and the Brian’s Goaltender of the Year awards, therefore both were honored. Hellebuyck, an 18-year-old from Commerce, Michigan, had a remarkable rookie season as he backstopped the Jackalopes to an NAHL playoff appearance. He led the league in games and minutes played, shots faced, saves and was second in save percentage at .930. During the season, he made an NCAA Division I commitment to the University of MassachusettsLowell for next season. Nichols, a 19-year-old from Dallas, Texas, who also led his team to the playoffs, set all-time new league records for shutouts in a season with 10 and goals against average in a season with a 1.49 goals against average. He also ranked first in save percentage with a .938. Just this past week, Nichols announced his NCAA Division I commitment to the University of Connecticut. Coach of the Year: Bill Warren, Port Huron Fighting Falcons Having just completed his first full season, Warren took over head coaching duties for the Port Huron Fighting Falcons in early 2011. This season, his team put together one of the best singleseason turnarounds in NAHL history, going from winning six games last season to 38 games this season, a remarkable +32 turnaround in the win column. Port Huron also won both the North Division’s regular season and playoff titles. General Manager of the Year: Rob Proffitt, Fairbanks Ice Dogs Under the direction of General Manager Rob Proffitt, Fairbanks won their third regular season division title in the last five years and was the reigning
Robertson Cup title holders this past season. They had nine players commit to NCAA schools so far this season. Perhaps more impressively, he helped his team sellout 24 of possible 28 home games this season, which lead the NAHL. This marks Proffitt’s second consecutive year of being honored as NAHL General Manager of the Year. Organization of the Year: Amarillo Bulls The Amarillo Bulls won the South Division’s regular season and playoff championships, along with posting the best record in the NAHL during the regular season, setting a new NAHL record with 99 points in one season. They also managed to increase their average attendance over 500 fans a game vs. what they did last season. During the season, they had 13 players commit to NCAA programs, which led the NAHL. Academic Achievement Award: Alex Globke, Port Huron Fighting Falcons Globke, 18, maintained a 3.95 grade point average with all college prep courses in his senior year of high school at Port Huron Northern also was selected as academic student of the month for the month of December. While doing all this, he managed to lead his team in scoring this past season along with winning the North Division’s regular season and playoff titles. Community Service Award: Brooks Behling, Amarillo Bulls Behling was not only an impact player on the ice this season, but he also left his mark on the community. He participated in over 40 hours of community service, including teaching a Hockey for Health program, attending the children's diabetes walk for a cure and visiting the local Amarillo Veterans Hospital. All of this pales in
comparison to the program that he started this season and the charitable impact that it had. He was instrumental in the "Bulls for Miracles" program. The program was designed to solicit donations based on goals scored during home games and victories. He also pledged to make a donation himself for each goal that he scored throughout the year. He went on to have a banner year, registering 37 goals on the season. He also worked hard to bring in donations for the program. During the Bulls final home game he and his father presented a check to the "Children's Miracle Network" for $7,488, which he raised himself. Mark Messier Leadership Award: Jack Prince, Texas Tornado Jack embodies everything Mark Messier was as a player and remains today as an ambassador of hockey. Jack came to the United States from the United Kingdom (England) as an unpolished and inexperienced hockey player. He was big, but was told he was slow. Upon his arrival in Texas, Prince flourished and immediately emerged as a leader in his first season, registering 50 points. However, it was Jack's off the ice demeanor and leadership that was just as important. Prince often took the lead to all the Tornado community outreach events like visiting area schools to talk about the important of reading and nutrition, or visiting area hospitals during the holidays to bring stuffed animals to sick children, if only to bring a smile to their face for one day. Jack also never passes up an opportunity to talk to fans, making sure that every autograph is signed and every hand is shaken before leaving the arena. In his second year in the NAHL, he scored even more points (60) and he also had the rare opportunity to represent his native England at the IIHF Division I World Junior Championships, where he led the tournament in scoring and helped England to 2nd place finish. In his final junior season the NAHL, he totaled 78 points and became the all-time leading scorer in the 12-year history of the Texas Tornado. His 39 goals ranked second in the NAHL this season and as the captain, Jack not only let his play lead his team, but also his composure. He plays the game with a respect for his opponents, only totaling just 87 penalty minutes in three seasons. He is close to securing a NCAA Division I scholarship and embodies everything that is right about the NAHL player. He came to the league from a foreign land, grew as a player and person, developed his skill and his leadership qualities to finish as one of the most prolific scorers in NAHL history and one of the great captains and leaders in the 12-year history of the Texas Tornado and the NAHL.
Johnstown Sports Partners Acquires And Relocates NAHL’s Alaska Avalanche Contributed Article NAHL Press Release
FRISCO, TEXAS — The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that Johnstown Sports Partners LLC, a private investment group led by Esmark, Inc. Chairman and CEO James P. Bouchard, has completed the acquisition of the NAHL’s Alaska Avalanche and will relocate the franchise to Johnstown, Pa. The NAHL has granted a membership to the yet-to-be-named franchise for the 2012-13 NAHL season. Terms of the all-cash acquisition and relocation were not disclosed. The new Johnstown franchise will inherit approximately 18 players eligible to play junior hockey from the Avalanche franchise and will play its home games at the historic Cambria County War
Memorial Arena, which was featured in the classic hockey movie, “Slap Shot.” James P. Bouchard, Chairman and majority owner of Johnstown Sports Partners LLC said, “We’re thrilled to have been accepted into the NAHL and excited about bringing a new brand of junior hockey to the region that recognizes the illustrious past of the Johnstown Chiefs and provides a showcase for the young men seeking to further their hockey careers in the NCAA’s college hockey programs. “This sale and relocation wouldn’t have been possible without the tremendous collaboration and support of the NAHL, Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld, and Mark Lee, former principal owner of the Avalanche and an investor and co-owner of the new team,” added Bouchard. “Along with
investor and team co-owner James Vasilko, President of Johnstown Construction Company, we intend to field a highly competitive team that the great hockey fans in the Johnstown community and region will embrace, support and enjoy in a family-friendly atmosphere.” NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld said the league is delighted to welcome a junior hockey presence to the Johnstown market. “With its historic past and fan base eager for the return of hockey to the War Memorial Arena, we’re very pleased that Jim Bouchard and his management team have committed to building a winning tradition and being an active member of the Johnstown community.” A presentation to and final approval by the USA Hockey junior council is expected no later than June 9.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Doug O'Neill is immediately turning his attention to the Preakness after I'll Have Another's victory in the Kentucky Derby. The chestnut colt is being shipped to Maryland on Monday for the second leg of the Triple Crown, making him the earliest arriving Derby winner since Monarchos showed up at Pimlico four days after his 2001 win. I'll Have Another will now look to take the next step towards becoming the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 when Affirmed swept the Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes within a fiveweek span. “I get goose bumps just thinking about it,” O'Neill said. “I think he is the kind of horse who can maintain his form and keep it going.” He'll likely see some old rivals again in Baltimore on May 19, including Bob Baffert's Bodemeister, who might have won Saturay's race if it was 1 3/16th of a mile like the Preakness is. Baffert joked at what advice he might give O'Neill in advance of the next race following a Derby victory.
I'll have Another (No. 19 — right) pulls away from Bodemeister (No. 6 — left) down the stretch to win the 2012 Kentucky Derby. I'll have Another now heads to The Preakness, where only one horse who won the Derby has won in the last seven years. (AP Photo)
“Easy on the crab cakes,” he said. “Californians coming, they're not used to that.” Six other Derby horses are possibilities to join the race, including Went the Day Well (fourth), Creative Cause (fifth), Liaison (sixth), Union Rags (seventh), Hansen (ninth) and Optimizer (11th). Went the Day Well sustained a cut on his right front ankle in the Derby, but trainer Graham Motion said it wasn't a problem. Seven new candidates are on tap, too. They are: Pretension and Brimstone Island, the top two finishers in the Canonero II
Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico; six years ago when Thor's Echo won the Grade 1 De Francis Cozzetti; Hierro and PaynMemorial Dash on his way to ter, the top two finishers in winning an Eclipse Award as the Derby Trial at Churchill; the nation's top sprinter. RedJerome Stakes winner The Lumber Guy; and Tiger Walk. dam has owned one previous Preakness starter — Wilko, who O'Neill spent all evening celwas 12th in 2005. ebrating I'll Have Another's victory, finally returning to his hotel O'Neill plans to briefly return to California before heading room about 2 a.m. Sunday. The party began at the trainer's back East this week. He told his young son, Daniel, and barn at Churchill Downs, moved to a charity dinner and daughter, Kaylin Dixie, that ended up at a downtown hotel if I'll Have Another won the Derby, the family would get a where the colt's owner, J. Paul Reddam, had reserved the 25th hot tub. “We are going to have to do floor for about 100 people. some shopping now,” he said. O'Neill, based at Betfair Hollywood Park in Inglewood, Calif., last ran a horse in Maryland Continued on pg 10
Pujols Ends HR Drought, Slugs First As An Angel Contributed Article Associated Press
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — That day off sure did Albert Pujols some good. The $240 million slugger finally hit a home run for the Los Angeles Angels, ending the longest power drought of his career Sunday in a 4-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. Pujols connected in the fifth inning for a two-run shot, his first AL homer and the 446th overall. He didn't play in Saturday night's victory after Angels manager Mike Scioscia kept him out of the lineup for the first time this season. “I don't think anything's been lifted off my shoulders, man,” said Pujols, who did not come out for a curtain call. “I don't think about what you guys write or what you think. I know what I'm capable of doing, and I come out here every day and
Albert Pujols ﬁnally ended his longest HR drought Sunday with a blast Sunday against the Blue Jays. (AP photo)
try to get myself ready for the game and give 110 percent to this team and to this organization. And if I do that, there's nothing to be sorry about.” Pujols circled the bases without showing much emotion —
the ol' silent treatment, a plot hatched by Torii Hunter. They were all waiting for the slugger in the tunnel leading to the clubhouse. Then, a burst of euphoria and they were all back on the bench, high-fiving and slapping him all over his body. “I thought that would be cool. I always wanted to do that, and it worked,” Hunter said. “I just said: 'Let's get off the bench and go to the tunnel.' He was excited about it and we were, too. We had to think fast. When I have a day off, man, I do stupid stuff.” Pujols had gone 33 games and 139 at-bats dating to last year without a home run in the regular season. The three-time NL MVP had a three-homer game for the Cardinals in the World Series and hit seven home runs in spring training. Pujols drove a 2-2 pitch from rookie right-hander Drew Hutchison (1-1) into the
same as he did so many times with the St. Louis Cardinals. But when he returned to the dugout, he had it all to himself. There was nobody home. No players, no coaches, no batboys. Pujols' teammates gave him Continued on pg 10
Big East Commissioner John Marinatto Resigns
Hamels: HBP To Harper On Purpose
Big East Commisioner John Marinatto resigned Monday morning after taking much heat over the past year and a half. The conference was raided by bigger football conferences for the second time in a decade. (AP photo)
Rookie Bryce Harper was hit intentionally by Phillies pitcher Cole Halems Sunday night. The Phillies would go on to win the game 9-3. (AP photo)
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STORRS, Conn. (AP) — Big East Commissioner John Marinatto resigned Monday after less than three years on the job and a wave of departures by high-profile schools. Pittsburgh and Syracuse made plans to leave for the Atlantic Coast Conference in September, and West Virginia bolted for the Big 12 the following month. The Big East regrouped by adding Central Florida,
Houston, Memphis, SMU and Temple for all sports and Boise State, San Diego State and Navy for football only. ''Our recent expansion efforts have stabilized the conference for the long term, and we are likewise well positioned for our very important upcoming television negotiations,'' Marinatto said in a statement from the conference. ''As a result, I felt this was the right time to step aside and to let someone else lead us through the next Continued on pg 10
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WASHINGTON — Cole Hamels admits it: He plunked rookie phenom Bryce Harper on purpose. "I was trying to hit him," the Philadelphia lefty said. "I'm not going to deny it." That startling bit of honesty came after Hamels nailed the Washington teen with a fastball in the small of the back his first time up during the Phillies' 9-3 win Sunday night. The candid remark is
also certain to cost Hamels a suspension from Major League Baseball. Harper came up with two outs in the first inning and Hamels promptly drilled the 19-year-old. Why, exactly? "That's something I grew up watching, that's kind of what happened. So I'm just trying to continue the old baseball because I think some people are kind of getting away from it. I remember when I was a rookie the strike zone was Continued on pg 10
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Kings Sweep Blues, Advance To Western Conference Finals
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anze Kopitar skated down Dustin Brown and just plain tackled him, dropping the Los Angeles Kings captain to the ice as a sellout crowd expelled 19 years of frustration. Brown's goal into the empty St. Louis net had just secured a spot in the Western Conference finals for the Kings, who steamrolled their first win two playoff opponents the same way Kopitar who flattened his longtime teammate. cho Eternal also-rans since joining the NHL nearly 45 years ago, the Kings are going deep in this posto season — and the best of the West hasn't slowed s them down yet. d- Brown scored two goals, Jonathan Quick made s 23 saves, and the eighth-seeded Kings finished whoan improbable four-game sweep of the St. Louis Blues with a 3-1 victory Sunday, advancurn ing to the conference finals for just the second ng time in club history. d Rookie Jordan Nolan scored an early goal for the Kings, the first No. 8 seed in NHL history to t eliminate their conference's top two seeds in the e same postseason. The Kings only clinched a playt a off berth right before their 81st game, but they've been unstoppable ever since. o ''It's a special group, and we knew that all along id. this season,'' said Kopitar, the Slovenian star who had assists on both of Brown's goals. ''Maybe we didn't break out when we would have liked to, but I think we've peaked at the right time, and that's the most important thing.'' After eliminating top-seeded Vancouver and second-seeded St. Louis with eight wins in nine t games, the Kings are the first team to earn a ey conference final berth. They'll face the winner of ger
Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick celebrates an empty net goal as the Kings took a 3-1 lead late in the third period to clinch a series sweep of the St. Louis Blue. It's only the third time in franchise history that the Kings will be playing in the NHL's semiﬁnals. (AP photo).
Phoenix's series with Nashville in the Western Conference finals. The Coyotes lead 3-1, with Game 5 in Phoenix on Monday night. Los Angeles won despite its weakest effort of the postseason in Game 4, clinging to a 2-1 firstperiod lead while St. Louis dominated most of the final two periods. Perhaps the Kings didn't adapt well to an unusually early start time, but Quick made a handful of big saves before Brown scored his sixth goal of a stellar postseason with 25.8 seconds left. ''You heard the rink today, how loud it was,'' said Quick, who has a .949 save percentage in the postseason. ''It means a lot more to (the fans) than it does to us. It's a great deal, a big push, by
us to win four in a row against a team like that. They were great all series long ... but you heard the fans, how loud they were the last two minutes there. It gives you goose bumps.'' The Kings made their only previous trip to the conference finals in 1993, when Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille propelled Los Angeles past Toronto and into their only Stanley Cup finals, a loss to Montreal. The Kings won just one playoff series in the ensuing 17 seasons before routing the Presidents' Trophy-winning Canucks in five first-round games last month. ''I can only imagine how happy Kings fans are right now,'' said Brown, who has never played for another organization. ''They've been through a
rough stretch, and to win on home ice, that's huge for everyone in this room. It's nice to see the fans get jacked up as much as they could. They haven't an opportunity to celebrate like that at home.'' Kevin Shattenkirk scored his first career playoff goal for the Blues, who were outscored 15-6 in the series to end their most successful season in more than a decade. Brian Elliott stopped 17 shots in an improved performance, but the Kings' momentum couldn't even be stopped by a bad game. ''L.A. plays the way you have to play to win the Cup now,'' said St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock, who won the title with Dallas in 1999. ''Over the disappointments of the last three or four years, they've figured it out.'' Los Angeles' only previous playoff series sweep happened in 1976 in a best-of-three elimination of the Atlanta Flames. The Kings failed to sweep Vancouver in the first round after losing Game 4, but managed to avoid another long trip to St. Louis by winning at Staples Center for just the third time in their past nine home playoff games. The Kings only trailed for 7:42 of the entire series with St. Louis - a short stretch of the first period of Game 1. The Blues also were swept out of the postseason in 2009, their only previous playoff appearance since 2004. ''The second period, we really got into our game, the way we've played all year to be successful,'' St. Louis captain David Backes said. ''I don't think they had a ton of response for it, but they did a good job of bending and not breaking. They get credit, but we are going to have a long summer of thinking about how we could have been better in
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Coyotes Reach Western Conference Final For First Time
ack Contributed Article nd Associated Press dy. l. nd GLENDALE, Ariz. — An hour before one st of the biggest games in franchise history, the nd Phoenix Coyotes learned a deal was in place ted for a new owner, one they hoped would end e three years of uncertainty. ve a They celebrated in typical fashion: grinding ff.” out another victory. This one, though, will take nd them somewhere they've never been before: r the Western Conference finals. eg- Relying again on their grit and the superb NL goaltending of Mike Smith, the Coyotes beat me the Nashville Predators 2-1 on Monday night ld to earn their first trip to the conference finals uns in 33 years as an NHL franchise. "It feels great right now, a lot of hard work," m Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle said. "It's been a battle the past few years, but it's a lot of fun and we're blessed to be where we are right now." The day started off with news the Coyotes and their fans had been anticipating for three years. Speaking as players from both teams warmed up in the hallway, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced that a tentative deal had been reached to sell the Coyotes to former San Jose Sharks CEO Greg Jamison. The Coyotes paid it no mind. They had spent the previous three seasons with uncertainty hanging over them and had learned to keep their focus on the ice, not what happens off it. Playing its usual counterpunching style, Phoenix withstood an early flurry by Nashville and followed with goals from Derek Morris and Martin Hanzal in the second period. And, as usual, the Coyotes gave up a late goal to make it interesting, this one by Colin Wilson with just less than 6 minutes left. Phoenix has become accustomed to seat-of-their-
The Phoenix Coyotes celebrate their second round victory over the Nashville Predators, by winning Game 5 2-1. Long time-Coyote Shane Doan (No. 19) skates in to celebrate with his teammates, who are surrounding goaltender Mike Smith. (AP photo)
pants victories, though, and the Coyotes pulled out another one, nearly getting an empty-net goal by Smith before setting off a raucous celebration on the ice rink surrounded by desert. Next up for the Coyotes are the Los Angeles Kings, the first No. 8 seed to knock off Nos. 1 and 2 in the same playoffs. "We've learned a lot as a group who we are, and every guy has contributed in the series and the playoffs," said Smith, who stopped 32 shots. "It's been different guys in different series, and it's been a big part of our success." Nashville, as it did all series, had plenty of good chances against Smith. Even with forwards Alexander Radulov and Andrei Kostitsyn back from two-game suspensions, the Predators couldn't find a way to capitalize, hitting the post at least three times and managing one goal despite outshooting the Coyotes 33-17. The loss knocks Nashville out of the playoffs
in the conference semifinals for the second straight season. "They found a way to keep the puck out of the net," Predators coach Barry Trotz said. "In the end, we had enough chances to win this series, but we didn't win. We couldn't bury anything past Smith." The Coyotes got some long-awaited good news before the game, when Bettman announced the league had a tentative deal to sell the team to Jamison. There's no official sale agreement yet, and Jamison still needs to work out lease details with the city of Glendale, which could be a dicey proposition with conservative watchdog group the Goldwater Institute lurking. Still, after three years of waiting, the move toward ownership and staying in the desert took a big step. It had already been a great season. Relying on Smith and their protect-at-all-costs
mentality, the unflashy Coyotes won their first division title as an NHL franchise and advanced to the second round of the playoffs for the first time in 25 years. With Jobing.com Arena juiced and Bettman, not to mention their potential new boss in the house, the Coyotes played their pack-in-andcounter game the way they have all playoffs. The Coyotes broke through early in the second, when Pekka Rinne made a kick save on a breakaway by Shane Doan but couldn't stop Morris' shot from the point after Phoenix reset. The Predators tried to rally, turning up the pressure. Instead of the tying goal, they hit the post three times — twice in one rapid-fire sequence — and had another shot blocked by diving Coyotes. Smith also made a snatching save on a wrister by Gabriel Bourque. Phoenix then went back to its counterattacking ways, with Kyle Chipchura breaking out, holding, then setting up Hanzal's wrister that Rinne couldn't see with a defender in his way. "That is kind of how the series went," Predators defenseman Ryan Suter said. "We didn't capitalize on their chances, and they came back and it ended up in the back of our net." Wilson squeezed a puck through one of them with 5:59 left, flicking a pass from David Legwand past Smith, ending his scoreless streak of more than 160 minutes. The Coyotes wouldn't let them score again, and Smith nearly ended it with a flourish, missing an empty net by a few inches with 2 seconds left. It didn't matter at that point — the Coyotes were on their way to the conference finals, capping one of the biggest days in franchise history with another wipe-the-brow victory. "Coyote ugly — that's kind of been the motto here," Smith said. "We just find a way to win."
2012 NHL Playoffs Round 2
Eastern Conference No. 1 New York Rangers vs. No. 7 Washington Capitals (New York leads 3-2) Game 1: Sat, April 28 — New York 3, Washington 1 Game 2: Mon, April 30 — Washington 3, New York 0 Game 3: Wed, May 2 — New York 2, Washington 1 (3OT) Game 4: Sat, May 5 — Washington 3, New York 2 Game 5: Mon, May 7 — New York 3, Washington 2 (OT) Game 6: Wed, May 9 — New York at Washington, TBD * Game 7: Sat, May 12 — Washington at New York, TBD *
No. 5 Philadelphia Flyers vs. No. 6 New Jersey Devils (New Jersey wins series 4-1) Game 1: Sun, April 29 — Philadelphia 4, New Jersey 3 (OT) Game 2: Tues, May 1 — New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 1 Game 3: Thurs, May 3 — New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 3 (OT) Game 4: Sun, May 6 — New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 2 Game 5: Tues, May 8 — New Jersey 3, Philadelphia 1
Western Conference No. 2 St. Louis Blues vs. No. 7 Los Angeles Kings (Los Angeles wins series 4-0) Game 1: Sat, April 28 — Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1 Game 2: Mon, April 30 — Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 2 Game 3: Thurs, May 3 — Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 2 Game 4: Sun, May 6 — Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1
No. 3 Phoenix Coyotes vs. No. 4 Nashville Predators (Phoenix wins series 4-1) Game 1: Fri, April 27 — Phoenix 4, Nashville 3 (OT) Game 2: Sun, April 29 — Phoenix 5, Nashville 3 Game 3: Wed, May 2 — Nashville 2, Phoenix 0 Game 4: Fri, May 4 — Phoenix 1, Nashville 0 Game 5: Mon, May 7 — Phoenix 4, Nashville 1
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Fredonia Men Finish 5th, Women 7th At SUNYACs
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ONEONTA, N.Y. — Fredonia State produced its second SUNYAC Outdoor Track and Field Champion on Saturday as Spencer Lefort claimed the decathlon title. On Friday, Broncho Rollins won the pole vault. Overall, the Devils finished fifth. In addition to Lefort, teammate Doug Imperi scored with an eighth-place finish with 4,355 points in the decathlon. Webster Thomas pointed for the Devils in three events. He was second in the 200-meter dash (22.27); third in the 100 meter (11.13); and was a member of the fifth-place 4x400 relay team. Also running the relay were Cody Dahleiden, Alex Brennan and Jonmichael Knapp. For the meet, Thomas earned a total of 15 points for his team, seventh best among all SUNYAC competitors. Knapp also finished sixth in the 400-meter run with a time of 50.08. Nico Piacentini was eighth in the 400-meter hurdles in a time of 58.60. The Fredonia State 4x100 relay squad took seventh in a time of 46.03. Dahleiden, Ben Goebel, Ben Nalette and Rollins made up that quartet. In the field events, a trio of Team Scores 1) Cortland 171.50 2) Geneseo 156.50 3) Oneonta 139 4) Brockport 110 5) Fredonia 76 6) Buffalo State 75 7) Plattsburgh 51 8) Oswego 33
Devils finished in the top eight. Lefort took fourth the high jump with a height of 6 feet, 2 inches. Nick Watson was tied for fifth in the same event, clearing 5 feet, 10 inches. Triple jumper Andrew Charsky was third with a distance of 45 feet, 6.25 inches. Meanwhile, the women's team finished seventh at the SUNYAC Championships on Saturday. The Devils had a pair of pointgetters in the 800-meter run with Kim Foltz (sixth, 2:25.09) and Kateri Walsh (eighth, 2:29.74). A pair of relay squads also scored for Fredonia State. The 4x100 relay team of Melissa Cummiskey, Alexis Perez, Sarah Kalish and Leslie Beaton clocked in at 50.46 seconds, placing them in fourth. In the 4x400 relay, the Devils took fifth in a time of 4:09.99. Beaton, Foltz, Cummiskey and Walsh made up that squad. In the field events, Nicole Desens pointed in a pair of events. She was fifth in the discus at 120 feet, 2 inches. She was also fifth in the shot put with a distance of 37 feet, 2.25 inches. Kathleen Goodberlet joined her on the podium with an eighth-place finish (35 feet, 6 inches). Emily Cummiskey was third in the triple jump covering 35 feet, 11.5 inches. Team 1) Cortland 2) Geneseo 3) Oneonta 4) Brockport 5) Buffalo State 6) Plattsburgh 7) Fredonia 8) Oswego
Scores 191.5 131 119.5 116 91 64 54 36
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Estanislau Earns Chancellor's Award Contributed Article Fredonia Sports Information
ALBANY, N.Y. — State University of New York Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher today announced 79 recipients of the 2011-12 Scholar Athlete Award, which recognizes outstanding academic excellence and athletic achievement. Fredonia State sophomore swimmer John Estanislau (East Longmeadow, Mass.) is among those being honored. A Music Business major, Estanislau has excelled in both the pool and the classroom for the Blue Devils. He has placed his name on the team record lists in his two seasons and was named Second Team All-SUNYAC following the conference championship meet last February. He is the son of Carolyn and
John Estanislau was one of 79 scholar-athletes awarded a State University of New York Chancellor's Award celebrating outstanding academic and athletic success. (Fredonia Sports Information photo)
Peter Estanislau. “SUNY students who earn this award have excelled in our classrooms as well as our athletic programs,” Chancellor Zimpher said. “With an average GPA of 3.6 and a number
of championship competitions among them, this year's scholar athlete awardees are a highly commendable group.” In order to be considered for this award, student-athletes were nominated by their cam-
pus athletic director. Nominees' academic credentials and athletic accomplishments were then reviewed by a panel of athletic directors from across the State University system and members of the provost's office.
Johnson, Bonnies Lose Pitcher’s Duel At Saint Louis Contributed Article
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SAINT LOUIS, Mo. — Sophomore Asa Johnson pitched a four-hit complete game, but for the third straight day the Saint Louis baseball team (3315, 14-7 Atlantic 10 Conference) defeated St. Bonaventure (18-22, 6-12 A-10) by just a single run, 1-0, Sunday afternoon. Johnson tossed all eight innings, allowing just those four hits and one earned run, representing career bests in all three categories. The righthander allowed three walks and struck out two. Saint Louis — which entered the game with the best staff
Frewsburg high school grad Asa Johnson threw a four-hit complete game, while allowing just one run against Saint Louis. However, the Bonnies fell 1-0. (St. Bonaventure sports information photo)
ERA in the A-10 — took all three games in the series by a single run as the Billikens
won on Friday, 5-4, and on Saturday, 6-5.
The lone Saint Louis run came in the 2nd inning on a groundout to second base. Michael Meredith went 2-for2 with a walk out and a stolen base of the leadoff spot, and Justin Brozick, Nick Brennen and Derek Morgan each added a hit for the Bonnies, who dropped their seasonhigh fifth straight game. SLU starter Nick Bates threw 7 innings, scattering four SBU hits en route to picking up his fifth win of the campaign. St. Bonaventure returns to action Thursday when it begins a three-game series against Temple at Fred Handler Park. First pitch is set for Noon as the Bonnies conclude the home portion of their season with the set against the Owls.
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NEWPORT, NEWS, Va. — St. Bonaventure senior Manuela Marin-Salcedo was named to the Atlantic 10 Conference Women's Tennis All-Conference Second Team Thursday, in voting conducted by the league's head coaches. The honor marks the third time in her four-year career that Marin-Salcedo has garnered an All-Conference nod. She previously was named to the A-10 Second Team in both her freshman and sophomore years. Marin-Salcedo played a majority of not only her 2011-12 season as Bona's No. 1 singles player, but also of her entire career, routinely matching up with the opposing team's best player. She posted an overall record of 23-16 on the campaign, with seven of her nine singles wins coming out of that No. 1 posi-
tion. In A-10 play, she posted five wins — two in singles and three in doubles. Her 23 overall wins were secondbest on the Bona roster, and her 14 doubles victories led the Brown and White. She posted a 14-6 doubles record on the year, with all but one match occurring at the No. 2 doubles slot. Marin-Salcedo has also achieved tremendously off the court, as this year she was the recipient of the 2012 Dr. Mary A. Hamilton Woman of Promise Award. The award is presented annually to St. Bonaventure's top female journalism and mass communication senior who excels in and out of the classroom and sets a good example for her peers. In addition to her journalism and mass communication major, she is pursuing minors in English and Italian. Marin-Salcedo plans to obtain a master's in photojournalism at Syracuse University beginning in the fall.
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PHILADELPHIA — The St. Bonaventure softball team (17-27, 6-14 Atlantic 10 Conference) was swept in a season-ending doubleheader at Temple (27-20, 12-6 A-10) on Sunday by scores of 11-0 in 5 innings in the opener and 5-1 in the nightcap. Senior Brooke Frey provided the lone SBU run of the contests with a full-count 6thinning home run to center field in game two. As a team, the Bonnies could muster just four hits over the two games. In game one, Temple plated three runs in the 1st inning, three in the 2nd, four in the 3rd and tacked on one more in the 4th. The Bonnies could produce just one hit — from Kelli Rohan — off Temple starter Brooklin White. Jen Sansano started for Bo-
The Bonnies softball team wrapped up their season at 17-27 after losing a doubleheader to the Temple Owls Sunday afternoon. (St. Bonaventure sports information photo)
naventure, but lasted just 2.2 innings in which she allowed 10 runs, but only five were earned as errors once again cost the Bonnies. Julia Pratt finished up the first game by allowing one run on one hit over 1.1 innings. In game two, the Owls once again plated a run in the 1st
inning to open up the scoring. A three-run home run in the 2nd expanded the Temple lead to 5-0 before Frey's homer capped the scoring. Diana Phalon (6-12) tossed all 6 innings for the Bonnies, allowing five runs (four earned) and five hits while walking five and striking out one.
The setbacks to the Owls result in SBU ending the season on an eight-game losing streak, scoring just four runs over those eight contests. The doubleheader served as the final collegiate games for five SBU seniors: Brittany Storch, Frey, Ashley Nowak, Phalon and Kristin Sullivan.
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Bills RB Fred Jackson addresses the media at One Bills Drive Monday afternoon after being rewarded with a two-year contract extension. Jackson, 31, led the NFL in rushing before going down with in an injury midway through the year in 2011. (AP Photo)
In five seasons, the former undrafted free agent out of Division III Coe College has 3,794 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns in 66 games, including 38 starts in Buffalo. And that includes last year when he was being mentioned as an early-season NFL MVP candidate in helping the Bills get off to a surprising 5-2 start. That was before Jackson's season ended in midNovember, when he broke a bone in his right leg in a 35-8 loss at Miami. He still finished with six touchdowns and a team-best 934 yards rushing while averaging 5.5 yards a carry. Jackson has also proved to be dual threat in the
Bills Release Veteran CB Florence
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Bills Reward RB Jackson With 2-year Extension
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Wiping his face with a towel, Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson apologized for sweating under the hot, bright camera lights at a news conference to announce his contract extension on Monday. or's to) Jackson had better become accustomed to the - limelight because he should no longer feel under-appreciated in Buffalo after signing a nts two-year contract potentially worth $9 million. anel ''It's a big day,'' Jackson said. ''I'm happy to be here and I'm glad that this is over with and now we can focus on playing football.'' e For Jackson, the extension is a reward after he's led the team in rushing in each of the past three seasons. And it also eases any lingering hard feelings Jackson might have had toward the Bills after expressing concerns last year that he was underpaid under his previous four-year, a $7.5 million contract. ''This is a day to put that to rest,'' Jackson said. or- ''We don't have to worry about that anymore.'' len Jackson has one year left under his current deal, d and the extension secures him through 2014. Jackson revealed the length of the new conch tract. A person familiar with the deal disclosed s, the monetary terms, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the Bills had not disclosed the value of the extension. ew General manager Buddy Nix lived up to the BU public promise he made in the media and perhis sonally to Jackson that an extension would be reached before the start of training camp. ac''We've always said we want to try to keep our ns good players, and we've done it again today,'' Nix said. ''He was a huge piece of the puzzle for us.'' rk.
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An influx of youth in the NFL draft and an expensive contract combined to make veteran cornerback Drayton Florence the odd man out with the Buffalo Bills. Florence was released by the team on Friday in what was regarded as a mild surprise after Buffalo spent much of the offseason improving what has been a porous defense. Florence is a nine-year NFL veteran, who had 45 starts in 46 games during a three-year stint with the Bills. He had two years left on his contract and was scheduled to make a base salary of $4 million this season. Florence took the news in stride in a message posted on his Twitter account. He wrote “Business is business,” adding that he's moving on and thanked his fans for their support. The move came a week after the Bills opened the draft by selecting South Carolina cornerback Stephon Gilmore with the 10th pick. Gilmore is expected to step in and immediately compete for a starting job. Buffalo already has plenty of experience in its defensive secondary with returning veterans Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin, as well as Aaron Williams, a former second-round pick, who had six starts in nine games as a rookie last season. The Bills also drafted LSU
YouTube QB Tanney Lands Invite To Bills Camp By John Wawrow Associated Press
When the Bills drafted two cornerbacks in the 2012 NFL Draft, it seemed as though Buffalo had an excess at the position and a veteran was likely to be cut. It turned out to be Florence, who was cut Friday. (AP ﬁle photo)
cornerback Ron Brooks in the fourth round last weekend. General manager Buddy Nix said the decision to release Florence was made to allow other players to develop. “Our defense has gone through a number of changes since the end of the season, and we feel that it's necessary to give these young corners an opportunity to be in the lineup,” Nix said in a statement issued by the team. The Bills gave up a franchise
worst 5,938 yards offense and ranked 30th in the NFL in allowing 434 points. Aside from drafting Gilmore, the Bills made a big splash in shoring up their defense by signing free agent defensive end Mario Williams to a six-year, $100 million contract in March. Florence had seven of his 17 career interceptions with Buffalo. He spent his first five NFL seasons with San Diego, followed by a year in Jacksonville before signing with the Bills in 2009.
KINGS SWIPE BLUES TO ADVANCE continued from pg 7 the series.'' The sellout crowd for Game 4 had barely settled in its seats when Blues defenseman Roman Polak turned over the puck near his own net. Nolan, the 22-year-old son of former Buffalo coach Ted Nolan, scored his first career playoff
passing game, with 175 catches for 1,535 yards and four touchdowns. He's the latest member of the Bills self-dubbed ''No-Name'' offense to be retained by the team after quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, in October, and receiver Stevie Johnson, in March, signed contract extensions. And his new deal comes during a busy offseason in which the Bills signed free-agent defensive end Mario Williams to a six-year, $100 million contract in March. The moves have inspired a bona fide belief among the Bills that they have a chance to be competitors next season in a bid to end a 12-
goal just 4:36 in. St. Louis managed just one shot in the first 11 minutes, but evened the score with its second — a rocket from Shattenkirk, who beat Quick for a rare clean goal against the Kings' AllStar goalie. Shattenkirk hadn't scored in the Blues' past seven
playoff games after getting an assist for his first career postseason point in the opener. Brown put the Kings back ahead late in the period when he used Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo as a screen for a sneaky shot to beat Elliott. The captain has been a dominant
year playoff drought. ''I'm excited to sign the extension to stay here because I feel like something special is about to go down, and I want to be part of it,'' Jackson said. Fitzpatrick was so excited by the latest move, he showed up at the news conference wearing a T-shirt featuring Jackson and the slogan the running back has earned in Buffalo: ''Fred-Ex Delivers.'' ''For him to be locked up here for years to come is awesome,'' Fitzpatrick said. ''He obviously means a lot to our team, he means a lot to the city of Buffalo and the fans.'' Jackson's past has been an inspiration to his teammates, and a reason why he's regarded as one of the Bills' unquestioned leaders. Undrafted coming out of college, Jackson spent two years at the arena football league level, where he was a star for Sioux City of the U.S. Indoor Football League before catching the Bills attention. He spent the 2006 season on Buffalo's practice squad before making the active roster the following year. Jackson got his chance to shine during the 2009 season when an injury sidelined starter Marshawn Lynch. Though at 31, Jackson is regarded as old by NFL running back standards, he's comparatively fresh because of his late start. And a new contract isn't going to change his mindset, especially considering he's coming off an injury. ''I'm here to prove to myself that this is where I belong,'' said Jackson, who has been cleared for practice. ''It'll be another challenge, and I love challenges, so I look forward to getting out there and continuing to play well.''
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A five-minute YouTube video was enough to make quarterback Alex Tanney an overnight sensation for displaying his uncanny accuracy. Tanney created a big buzz last year in the self-titled “Trick Shot Quarterback” video by showing he can hit a receiver in a moving vehicle and throw footballs from across the court and swish them into basketball nets. He even banged a pass off the crossbar of an upright from 50 yards out — from his knees. Now the Division III Monmouth College (Ill.) product will provide the Buffalo Bills a firsthand look to see whether he has a future in the NFL. After being passed up in the draft last weekend, Tanney has accepted an invitation to take part in the Bills' three-day rookie minicamp that opens May 11. “I'm from a small school, and the only thing I've ever really wanted was an opportunity to get into a camp,” the 23-yearold said by phone this week. “And now I have that in Buffalo, so I'm anxious to get out there and compete for a spot.” Turns out, the Bills weren't the only team interested in the 6-foot-4, 220-pound quarterback who set an NCAA record with 157 touchdown passes over a five-year career with the Fighting Scots. Tanney initially agreed to
physical force throughout the postseason, but he hadn't scored a goal since Game 3 of the first round. Afterward, Hitchcock acknowledged Pietrangelo is playing with a serious injury, but wouldn't disclose the specifics. Pietrangelo missed Game
attend the Pittsburgh Steelers' rookie camp, but changed his mind after Buffalo extended an invite. He made the switch because he felt Buffalo was a better fit. Noting that Bills were among the first teams to contact him this offseason, Tanney added that he's spoken to Buffalo's new quarterback coach David Lee on several occasions. He's also aware that the team's No. 3 position is unfilled behind starter Ryan Fitzpatrick and backup Tyler Thigpen. If one thing's for certain, Tanner's accuracy shouldn't be an issue. In the video, Tanney bounces a pass off the floor into a trash barrel. He even threads a pass blind from the floor of the gymnasium up through a hallway and into a trash barrel on the floor of the school's adjacent running track. The video has received more than 1.1 million hits since Tanney and his friends posted it in February 2011, and led to him attracting national attention. Tanney showed off his throwing ability while featured on an episode of “Stan Lee's Superhumans” on the History Channel. It also led to numerous television interviews, including ones in Japan, Israel, Argentina and Chile. Tanney would rather play down his YouTube popularity and instead focus on what he did on the field. “The success and the numbers
I put up speak for themselves rather than the YouTube video,” he said. “But obviously, that's what people are going to talk about.” In 47 games, he completed 68.6 percent of his passes going 1,205 for 1,756 with only 30 interceptions. He threw for 300 yards 32 times and finished with a Division III record 14,249 yards passing. Add it up, by NFL standards, Tanney finished with a 115.8 passer rating. And yet, he accepts his instant celebrity. “We really didn't expect it to take off like it did. It kind of blew up,” Tanney said. “We had fun with it. It was a good experience. But I kind of think that's past me. I'm just looking forward to getting my shot in the NFL.” The son of a longtime football coach, Tanney has been a quarterback since he started playing. He figures he was overlooked by Division I programs because he played for a tiny high school that had only 170 students. And though he was hoping to be drafted, Tanney understood the possibility was unlikely. That makes him even more driven to succeed. “I've had a chip on my shoulder basically throughout high school, college, coming from small schools and wanting to prove to people what I have,” Tanney said. “I'm anxious to get out to Buffalo and see what I can do there.”
2 after a hard hit from Dwight King in the opener. While St. Louis dominated the second period with solid forechecking, the Kings fell into one of their biggest funks of the postseason, managing just one shot in the first 18 minutes of the period.
St. Louis again dominated early in the third, and Matt D'Agostini's deflected shot barely caught Quick's crossbar early on. During 4-on-4 play a few minutes later, David Perron nearly scored on a rebound before Kopitar slid into the crease and knocked the puck underneath Quick.
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Good Start To Season For Turkey Hunters By Steve Peacock Star Outdoors Writer
The spring turkey season has gotten off to a good, productive start. The season is open for the entire month of May during which you can only hunt until noon each day. I believe they end it at noon to lessen the chances of killing a hen. The guys I talked to told me that the turkeys have been responding well to hunter’s calls. I usually only get out turkey hunting a couple times each spring. I would rather go fishing this time of the year. That’s exactly what I did last weekend even though I might
have been better off to go hunting. Some friends and I went out on Lake Erie on Saturday and pretty quickly decided the lake was too rough. Sunday morning the lake was much flatter and we poked around trying to find some perch. We really never found the perch and we only caught a couple. So we moved in to shallower water where we had done pretty well on walleye last year. After a short time of fishing, the lake kicked up and we decided it was time to go in. But, not before we caught a few bass, which was great, but I would have rather found some walleyes.
The only walleyes that I have heard about were caught in relatively shallow water and caught at night. I have not tried trolling at night yet but I definitely want to go give it a try. Speaking of, fishing at night reminds me about the catfish that are now being caught out of the Cattaraugus Creek. I hear the bite has been really good this spring and there have been a lot of guys still there from the night before when we were headed out in the morning. May has so many out doors activities that I cannot possibly get to do all of the stuff I would like to. Good luck out there and maybe I’ll see you on the lake
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Lake Erie Fishing Hotline Bass Season Opens
Department of Environmental Conservation
The special black bass season is in effect on Lake Erie and its tributaries up to first impassible barrier only. Anglers can use natural/ live bait and keep one bass per day, with a minimum size of 20 inches during the special bass season. Bass fishing on all other waters in western New York is by catch and release only, artificial lures only until the 3rd Saturday in June. Tiger muskellunge season also opens on May 5th on the inland waters where they occur. Tiger muskellunge season remains closed on Lake Erie, Niagara River and Lake Ontario until 3rd Saturday in June. Lake Erie The yellow perch bite has been fair as anglers chase post-spawn perch schools. The area between Cattaraugus Creek and Sturgeon Point has seen the most boat traffic. Anglers see the better bite in 50-60 feet of water. Good perch Matz said he would decide catches were also reported out of Dunkirk, in after watching Union Rags 52-53 feet of water off the red buoy. Buffalo train and talking with the area anglers start catching perch in 40 feet of colt's 71-year-old owner Phyl- water. Emerald shiners fished on the bottom is lis Wyeth. top perch bait. Union Rags broke a step When walleye season opens on Saturday, Lake slow, then got bumped and Erie anglers can target walleye in shallow squeezed back to 18th in the spawning areas at night. Trolling with shallow 20-horse field before hitting diving stickbaits or worm harnesses in as shaltraffic on the far turn. Matz low as 6 feet of water over rocky/rubble areas said he felt badly for the horse is a good bet. Good early season locations and his owner. (from west to east) include Shorehaven Reef, “I don't mind getting beat, Bournes Beach, Green Hills, Van Buren Bay, I just don't like getting beat Evans Bar, off Hoak's Restaurant (Hamburg) the way he did in the Florida and near the mouth of Smokes Creek. Derby and the Kentucky The harbors are your best bet for smallmouth Derby,” Matz said, referring to bass when the special season opens on SaturUnion Rags' third-place finish day. These areas warm quicker than the open in Florida as the favorite. “I lake, drawing in smallmouth bass. Black Rock know I shouldn't be crying Canal or the harbors at Barcelona, Dunkirk, over spilled milk because it's Cattaraugus Creek and Buffalo are good spots. happened to other people, too.” Sturgeon Point boat launch remains closed for dredging. Lake Erie anglers can launch from Buffalo Small Boat Harbor, Cattaraugus Creek launches (DEC launch, Town of Hanover launch), Dunkirk Harbor and Barcelona East into what it is today, and Harbor. played a critical role in our Lake Erie Tributaries successful expansion efforts, and for all of that we thank The steelhead run is winding down, with most him,'' said Judy Genshaft, of the remaining action in Cattaraugus Creek President of the University of or near the mouth of Eighteenmile Creek. South Florida and the chair of Cattaraugus Creek is running a bit high at the conference. 995 cubic feet per second and falling slowly. The rest of the tributaries are in great shape. The resignation was first reSmallmouth bass have moved into the lower ported by CBSSports.com. ends of the tributaries. ''I am proud of what we have Catches have been better in Cattaraugus been able to accomplish and Creek, Eighteenmile Creek and the Bufwould like to take this opfalo River (below Harlem Road). Catches portunity to publicly thank have been lighter in the Chautauqua County both our membership and my staff for their unwavering streams. Fly anglers do well with woolly bugencouragement, support and gers and minnow imitation patterns. Spinning anglers do well with stickbaits, crankbaits and loyalty - especially during natural baits such as minnows, crayfish and this past year,'' he said. ''I am extremely confident about the worms. future of this league that I love Channel catfish have also started to move very much.'' into the lower sections of the tributaries, settling into deeper holes. Fishing at night The conference also anwith nightcrawlers, raw shrimp, chicken livnounced it had retained The ers or cut bait on the bottom could have you Boston Consulting Group to review its organizational design and structure.
KENTUCKY DERBY continued from pg 6 Baffert, a five-time Preakness winner, plans to keep his two Derby runners, Bodemeister and Liaison, along with Paynter, at Churchill before deciding next weekend whether to take on I'll Have Another in Baltimore. “I will let him tell me if he's ready, like I did with Lookin At Lucky,” Baffert said about Bodemeister, who led most of the Derby until getting caught late. In 2010, Lookin At Lucky finished sixth as the Derby favorite and went on to win the Preakness. “With Lookin At Lucky, the day after the Derby I told them, 'We're not going to run,”' Baffert said. “The next Monday I said, 'Not only are
we going, we're going to win this.' I've got to wait and see if he shows me a spark.” Four of the top six places in the Derby went to horses based in Southern California. Besides I'll Have Another and Bodemeister, Creative Cause was fifth and Liaison was sixth. Trainer Michael Matz said he didn't think seventh-place Union Rags, second choice in the Derby betting, would try the Preakness. The colt is based in Fair Hill, Md., about 1 1/2 hours from Pimlico. However, Matz said running in the 1 1/2-mile Belmont on June 9 “would make more sense.” “I feel bad for the horse. He didn't have the chance to show his true ability,” Matz said.
MARINATTO continued from pg 6 chapter of our evolution.” The news caught some member schools by surprise. Connecticut Athletic Director Warde Manuel said he was shocked to learn of the resignation Monday, but said it will not affect his school's affiliation with the Big East. ''Our relationship is with the conference, and we'll look forward to working with the leadership in the conference to move forward,'' Manuel said. Connecticut provided Marinatto with some of the conferences biggest moments during his tenure, winning national championships in men's basketball in 2011 and in women's basketball in 2009 and 2010. But UConn had been actively exploring the possibility of joining the Atlantic Coast Conference or another con-
ference after the moves by Syracuse and Pittsburgh. Manuel said Monday that UConn has no current plans to leave. ''I'm happy in the Big East,'' he said. ''That's where we're going to stay and compete and do what we do.'' Former Miami Dolphins CEO Joseph Bailey III will serve as interim commissioner. The search for a permanent replacement will be chaired Gregory Williams, the president of the University of Cincinnati and a member of the Big East executive committee. Marinatto became the third commissioner of the Big East on July 1, 2009. He had served as the conference's senior associate commissioner since 2002 and spent 14 years as the athletic director at Providence College. ''John helped build the Big
HARPER VS. HAMELS continued from pg 6 really, really small and you didn't say anything because that's the way baseball is," Hamels said. "But I think unfortunately the league's protecting certain players and making it not that old-school, prestigious way of baseball," he said. In other words, Hamels said, "It's just, 'Welcome to the big leagues.' "
Harper quickly evened the score with Hamels. After taking third on a single, Harper broke for the plate when Hamels made a pickoff throw to first. Harper stole home, sliding in safely for the first swipe of his eight-game big league career. "I think he kind of did that for me," Hamels said. Harper brushed off Hamels'
A 16-inch yellow perch caught from Lake Erie. (DEC photo)
hooked into a large catfish. The lower section of Cattaraugus Creek and near the mouth of Eighteenmile Creek are good locations. Shore anglers can also target catfish along the Lake Erie shoreline on calm nights, especially near stream inlets. Chautauqua Lake Good concentrations of crappie have been tough to locate, but yellow perch are readily available in most areas and catches are good. Fishing with minnows in 8-15 feet of water is a good bet for perch. Smallmouth bass catches have been decent for anglers running stickbaits over the weeds in 8-10 feet of water. Walleye season opens on Saturday. Chautauqua anglers traditionally target early season walleye at night. Boaters can troll outside weed edges with stickbaits and worm harnesses or drift and work jigs with nightcrawlers or leeches. Shore anglers can do well casting stickbaits, especially in areas near stream inlets. Upper Niagara River Yellow perch catches are still available at shore sites along the City of Buffalo, such as Broderick Park, Squaw Island, Ontario Street boat launch and the adjacent walkway running north of the launch. Boat anglers also target perch in the stretch north of the Ontario Street launch. Emerald shiners are top bait or perch. The harbors, marinas and inlets are good spots to target sunfish, yellow perch and largemouth bass. Bluegill and crappie can be taken on emerald shiners and worms. Bass fishing is by catch and release only, artificial lures only in Niagara River north of Peace Bridge. Inland Trout Streams The area's streams are in good shape with moderate to slightly higher flows. Some of the larger streams could still be a bit murky. Hatches are on the light side with mostly bluewinged olives and caddisflies showing. Fly anglers do well with imitation dry flies and with nymphs such as stoneflies, scuds, pheasant tails and caddisflies. Spinning anglers do well with worms, salted minnows and small inline spinners. If you are a catch and release angler and use spinners, it is a good idea to outfit your spinners with a single hook rather than a treble hook.
PUJOLS continued from pg 6
left-field bullpen. Mike Trout doubled one out before the comments on the purpose home run. pitch. Pujols homered in his 28th "Hamels threw a great game game and 111th at-bat with the tonight," he said. Angels, who signed him to a 10In the third inning, Washing- year, $240 million contract as a ton starter Jordan Zimmerfree agent in December, touchmann hit Hamels in the left ing off a frenzy that resulted in leg with one out and a runner more than 5,000 extra season on first when the Phillies tickets being sold. pitcher squared to bunt. Home This was his first home run at plate umpire Andy Fletcher Angel Stadium, the 31st big warned both dugouts. league ballpark in which he's hit one. “The last three weeks here, the fans have wanted to see it, and I'm blessed that I got the opportunity to do it here in front of them,” Pujols said with a trace of a grin. “They've been waiting and they've been impatient, and the last couple of days I heard some boos out there, but that's part of it. I touched on that the other day. If I could boo myself, I'd do it myself, too. “But don't blame the fans. If you want to blame somebody, blame me because I'm a big guy and I
can take it. I'm not performing the way everybody's expecting, but the season isn't only 27 games. You play 162 games, and they're going to cheer us more than they're going to boo us.” The home run drew a reaction far away, too. Several of his former St. Louis teammates were watching on television in the clubhouse after a win at Houston, and they clapped and cheered loudly when Pujols connected on Hutchison's slider. “My slider was pretty effective today, other than the one I hung to him,” Hutchison said. “I was trying to bounce it in the dirt and I didn't execute it. When you don't execute your pitches, things like that happen.” Pujols had not homered in the regular season since Sept. 22. He began the game batting .194 with five RBIs. His longest homer drought prior to this was in 2011, when he came up empty in 27 straight games and 105 at-bats. Previously, his longest home
run drought at the start of a season was in 2008, when he failed to hit one in his first eight games and 27 at-bats. “Man, it's a relief for him and I'm pretty sure it's a relief for us,” Hunter said. “We don't have to hear about Albert having a goose egg no more. I'm happy that he got this lifted off of him. Now he can go out there and just swing the bat and have fun.” Jerome Williams (3-1) allowed three runs and eight hits in 6 2-3 innings. The right-hander gave up an unearned run in the seventh after Pujols — a two-time Gold Glove winner — committed his first error of the season with a bad throw to second. Angels lefty Scott Downs injured himself trying to avoid a line-drive single through the box by J.P. Arencibia with one out in the ninth and was replaced by LaTroy Hawkins. Hawkins turned Omar Vizquel's line drive into a gameending double play for his first save with the Angels.
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Insider By T.J. TOMASI
Success earned, not inherited
There is no doubt that golf is a difficult game, but do you have to be born with superstar reflexes, the eyesight of an eagle and the strength of an NFL lineman to be a champion? Not according to Matthew Syed, a former Olympic table tennis player who has written a book, “Bounce,” in which he makes the case that success is more a matter of good instruction, a superior place to practice and the will to work hard than it is a heaping helping of inborn talent. Basically, he’s saying that it’s not so much genetics as it is “epigenetics,” and he uses as an example Olympic skaters who fall more in practice than lesser skaters: “The reason is they are always pushing themselves, they are attempting jumps that are at the outer limits of their capabilities. It’s a branch of science called ‘epigenetics’ — the brain is re-wired as we practice.” In 1953, researchers James Watson and Francis Crick made one of science’s most important discoveries: how genetic information is passed from one human to another with DNA. It is indeed wondrous how we know to make a nose and not a knee, but there is one drawback to the process: It is slow — too slow to ensure that humans can adjust to fast-changing environments. Thus, in addition to DNA, there is a fasttrack avenue of chemical switches that turns your genes on and off to foster timedependent adaptation — more stopwatch than sundial. This process is one reason that identical twins can look different as they age — it’s nature plus nurture. Epigenomes respond to the outside world based on things like stress, diet and, of course, golf practice. Certainly, you are your DNA, but that’s only half the story — the other half is where hard work, a good environment and practice come in.
BIRDIES AND BOGEYS
IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR GAME
Track it back to correct error Fixing your golf swing sounds easy — all you do is identify the fault and fix it. But there is one more step you can’t leave out: Find the cause. Below is a common problem called the chicken wing, where your lead elbow juts out in an attempt to prevent the club from flipping over through impact (see second photo). In this case, since I know the player’s swing, I can tell you that at address, his grip is too strong. And when the club slows down at the top, you can see the result — the clubface is shut in the hook position (see arrow). There are good players such as Dustin Johnson and Graeme McDowell who play with
a shut face, ABOUT THE WRITER but most Dr. T.J. golfers don’t Tomasi is a teaching do well. And professional it doesn’t in Port St. take but a Lucie, Fla. Visit his few snap website at hooks before tjtomasi.com. anyone with an ounce of talent chicken-wings to keep the face open. Being able to identify and then fix the cause of a problem is why a good teacher gets the big bucks. The Takeaway: The chicken-wing error occurs through impact, yet the cause is far away at address. If you can’t fix your problem, maybe you’re looking in the wrong place.
Butch Harmon doesn’t like Hank Haney’s tell-all book about Tiger: “It almost seems the way he has everything documented in there — too many times and dates and places that you wouldn’t come up with from memory,” Harmon says. “It’s like he kept precise notes all along with writing a book in mind.” Some of my Top 100 Teacher friends don’t care for it, either. Of the five I talked to, all voiced similar criticism of Haney’s tattletale ethics. Teacher Dana Radar says: “My opinion is writing a book or article about someone without their consent seems very wrong to me. I also hate to see a coach talk about a former student. I think that is like a doctor talking about a former patient.” Fellow Top 100 Teacher Kellie Stenzel agrees: “I think that the teacher/student relationship is private time, and I would not personally share any information of my time with my students with others.”
Let’s wait before calling Bubba ‘great’
As the arrow shows, the clubface points at the sky in a shut position, a harbinger of the pull and pull hook.
You fix this fault by tracing the chain of error back to the root of problem — otherwise, it will never go away.
GOLF BY THE NUMBERS Tiger-2000 was a great ball-striker and his stats in the “ball striking” categories (distance and accuracy) on the PGA Tour tell the story. In 1997 (his first year on tour), Tiger was No. 4; No. 1 in 1998, 1999 and 2000; No. 12 in 2001; and No. 2 in 2002. Today, with the presence of a radar tracking system called TrackMan, there are stats available that weren’t even dreamed of 12 years ago. But my bet is that Tiger-2000 would have led the pack just as he did in the ones they did measure. Below are several of these new-age stats, as well as Tiger-2012’s current standings — and it’s not pretty. • Ratio of ball speed to clubhead speed on Par 4 and Par 5 tee shots. Tiger is ranked No. 130. • Total driver efficiency: This stat is the player’s combined rank of carry efficiency and total distance efficiency.
Tiger is No. 157. • Distance efficiency: The ratio of a player’s average total distance and his average swing speed. This creates a ratio of yards per mile per hour. Tiger is No. 168. • Carry efficiency: The ratio of a player’s average carry distance and his average swing speed. Tiger is No. 129. The overall numbers tell us that his swing today is not efficient, his short game has deteriorated to normal, and his golf brain — his strongest asset — is scrambled. The most telling stat of all, in my estimation, is bounce back (making an under-par score after a bogey or worse), where he is No. 170. That shows he’s giving up when he believes he’s out of the hunt — a fatal mental flaw much more damaging than his swing flaws.
THE GOLF DOCTOR
Clothes make the man … and the golfer You have probably heard of the “white coat effect,” where just being in the doctor’s office causes an increase in your blood pressure. And we’ve all heard that “the clothes make the man (and the woman),” but now from Adam D. Galinsky, a professor at Northwestern University, comes a study from a new area called “embodied cognition” — noting the effects of clothing on cognitive processes. So what happens if you’re in the doctor’s office and you see a white coat hanging on the hook behind the door with a stethoscope in the pocket? If you put it on, you’ll feel more “doctor-like.” The research also proved it’s no good just seeing the coat hanging there — you must wear the coat to get the effect. Galinsky thinks it has something to do with the coat’s symbolic meaning — i.e., the doctor is in when the coat is on. Other studies show that if a person lugs around a heavy clipboard, they feel more important. When I teach, I always wear a large cowboy hat, which some of my students call the “Hat of Knowledge.” While it’s more for protection from the sun, I actually do feel more intelligent when it’s on. And Tiger-2000 felt more confident when he wore his trademark red shirt on tournament Sundays. And the color
makes a difference. According to a study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, women are more attracted to men in red than in any other color, finding them more attractive, powerful and successful. Fifteen years ago, I had lunch with one of the best players in the world, and during the conversation he offered me several of the shirts his sponsor had sent him. I asked him what size he wore and he said extra-large, which was two sizes bigger than I wore, so I said no thanks. According to embodied cognition, I made a huge mistake. Even though they would have been a little loose, think how good I might have played with a champion’s shirt on — and suppose the shirt had been red? The Takeaway: When you play golf, always dress for success — and even if it doesn’t bring success, you’ll still be the bestdressed failure in your foursome. The Hat of Knowledge at work.
ASK THE PRO
One magazine touted “When Greatness Calls” after Bubba Watson won the Masters. But where were all the experts who “clearly” saw Bubba’s genius prior to the Masters? How did they miss this genius? Here is my contrarian view: Maybe they couldn’t see his genius before because it isn’t there. He’s a good player, but not yet a great player — we need to wait on that one. Due to its weak fields, wide fairways and short par fives, the Masters has had more than its share of flukes, and it’s possible that Bubba is just another in that long line that includes Bob Goalby, George Archer, Charles Coody, Tommy Aaron, Gay Brewer, Zach Johnson and Trevor Immelman. Remember, they are calling Bubba the next great player, and one major and three wins does not rate as great. One article compared him to Sam Snead, winner of 84 PGA events — Bubba, almost 34 years old, is 165th on tour in putting! The Takeaway: I hope he does become one of the greats — we need one to replace the one I fear we lost after Tiger hit the hydrant. QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“I know everyone has a job to do, and I get it … but it has just gotten to the point where the tearing down of Tiger as a person and a golfer has become just too much. I think it is just out of hand.” — Sean Foley Tiger’s current teacher Insider Take: Tiger was a treasure so important that his father predicted Tiger would change the entire world, not just golf. Then Tiger threw it all away, and we’re sad and mad that a gift can be so roughly treated. So I don’t think Sean Foley does, in fact, “get it.”
WHAT SCIENCE SAYS
Follow LAWs to learn golf Q: I’m just beginning and I wonder about a good swing book that would tell me all about the swing I should learn. Any suggestions? — G.T., via the Web A: Well, asking an author of golf books which book is best is like asking the rabbit to deliver the lettuce. But I’ll be perfectly impartial here and recommend my book, “The LAWs of the Golf Swing,” where I divide players into three prototypical body classifications: Leverage Players, who have balanced body characteristics; Arc Players, who are
long-limbed and thin-chested; and Width Players, who are short-limbed with big chests. Then I outline three basic swing types: Leverage, Arc and Width (thus the LAWs) that match the three body types, along with their specific mechanics, including grip, takeaway, etc. Take the test at www.tjtomasi.com to find out what body type you are and which swing mechanics you should practice. (To Ask the Pro a question about golf, email him at: email@example.com.)
GOLF SPOKEN HERE
Lateral hazard Any hazard that runs parallel to the fairway and is marked in red.
Apnea and your golf game New research by Dr. Marc L. Benton from the Atlantic Sleep and Pulmonary Associates in Madison, N.J., shows that golfers who undergo treatment for sleep apnea may improve their golf game as well as their overall health. Dr. Benton says, “More so than many sports, golf has a strong intellectual component, with on-course strategizing, focus and endurance being integral components to achieving good play.” You would think that getting
rid of a life threat like sleep apnea would be enough incentive on its own, but the research suggests that the possibility of improving your golf game may be a significant motivator to follow the treatment protocols. The study showed that golfers with sleep apnea who used an intervention called “nasal positive airway pressure” lowered their golf handicap significantly. To paraphrase Shakespeare: “To sleep perchance to lower my handicap.”
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2XL LEATHER JACKET
Pants size 36 to 44 Short Jeans to dress-Shirts size L & XL (Casual to Dress) Several pieces $1 Each 716-763-3477
MEN’S PANTS & SHIRTS
Commemortive 50th anniversary A-2 jacket like new Size 42R $50.00 716-488-1530
MENS FLIGHT JACKET
Size Large. Ladies Long coat. Like new. asking $65.00 716 366 6187 after 12pm 716-366-6187
BLACK LEATHER COAT
FARM_EQUIPMENT FARMALL CUB TRACTOR with sickle bar attachment. Excellent condition. $1900 716818-5466
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FORD 3910 TRACTOR DIESEL
VERMONT SOAP STONE STOVE
Runs and operates good $6,000. Stockton. 716-338-8367
CEILING FAN HAMPTONS BAY
3CYL DIESEL TRACTOR EXCELLENT SHAPE MANY EXTRA’S TURF TIRES $ 5,600.00 PLEASE CALL 716-553-5655 FORD 4500 TLB 1966
FUN_AND_GAMES 27’ ABOVE GROUND POOL
very good condition, asking $2000, call for more information 716-789-9261
For Sale, Beautiful Vermont soap stone woodburning stove. VGC. $800. 716 988 3872 716-988-3872 5 blades no lights instructions goldtone good condition $30 716-366-6187 Metal trivet tray removable glass insert. Heavy duty. Good condition. 18” long, 13” wide $15.00 716-366-6187
LARGE TRIVET TRAY
Less than 2 yrs. old. cream. $375.00 or b/o. 716-532-2317 SIDE-BY-SIDE REF.
FURNITURE CATNAPPER RECLINING SOFA
Large & Plush, Endseats, Recline/Massage, Ctr folds to CupConsole Built in Phone & Storage, BurgCloth 716-2324013 SOLID OAK QUEEN HEADBOARD Solid Oak Headboard
and Baseboard. Fits Queen size bed. Asking $150. Call 664-7508
HOUSEHOLD_GOODS_ FOR_SALE NEW HAIER COMPACT WASHER
BRAND NEW Haier Compact Wash Machine 8.8-lb.1.46 cu.ft. Capacity, 4 Cycles Retail: $249.99 - $150.00 716997-0821
ULTRA-VECTION OVEN As seen on TV. Ultravection counter top oven with instruction manual. Excellent condition. $30. 716-988-3872
LAWN_AND_GARDEN NEW LOG MASTER CHAIN SAW
NEW Remington Log Master 16” 11.5-Amp 3HP Electric Chain Saw Sears Retail: $122First $75.00 716-997-0821 $10.00 pickup load you load 716-269-2109
FIREWOOD 1/4 cord $10.00 1/2 cord $20.00 3/4 cord $30.00 1 facecord $40.00 716-269-2109
MINI GRILL Compact non-stick Grill Hamilton Beach PROCTOR-SILEX, easy to carry work/dorm, drip tray, new $14 716-232-4013
Toastmaster Waﬄe grill with non stick surface, makes 6 1/2 size waﬄes, can add chocolate, $15 716-232-4013 ELECTRIC
Toastmaster Waﬄe grill with non stick surface, makes 6 1/2 size waﬄes, can add chocolate, $15 716-232-4013 WARING BLENDER 14 settings (whip, shake, chop, etc) with timer and pulse, great for shakes & bar drinks, $14. 716232-4013 XTRA LARGE SLOW COOKER
Hamilton Beach 7-Quart Oval Stoneware Dishwasher OK Mealmaker with Warmer $30 716-232-4013 INDOOR XTRA LARGE GRILL
Hamilton Beach MealMaker, 185” Removable Plates, Diswasher OK, Can open ﬂat, Non-stick, DripTray $45 716232-4013 BLACK
Portable, 6 Slice continous cleaning Electric Toaster Oven, Nice Size $15. 716-2324013 HOMECARE
2 hospital beds, walkers,
Gardens, Landscaping. Tiller breaks soil into ﬁne texture. Reasonable (716)488-9094 716-488-9094 TROY-BILT
Horse model rear tine Heavy Duty. Reasonable (716)4889094 716-488-9094
MISC_FOR_SALE 1,000’s of New and Used kids toys and water toys available at The Barter Warehouse 165 W. Fairmount 716-526-1086
VIDEO GAMES & MOVIES The Barter Warehouse new/used - buy/sell/trade anything! 1,000’s of video games, dvds, blurays 716-526-1086
Sears XCargo car top carrier $50. Call after 4pm please. 716-450-1745
OAK SNACK TRAYS (4) SOLID
OAK SNACK TRAYS WITH OAK STAND $30 716-7633477
George Foreman Grilling Machine, electric with bun warmer, $14. 716-232-4013 VINTAGE PIANO Unique Small Wooden Piano, Chime Sound, 36.5L X 29T X 16W, Black & Red, Great Gift $240 B/O 716-232-4013
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VIDEO & CHAT CAMERA
Hunting Knife & Sheath Tuf-Stag Ultra Honed Bowie knife in Leather Sheath. 716-232-4013
2002 MERCURY SABLE 4 door,
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Ibanez Acoustic Electric Guitar $250.00. Epiphone Mandolin $100.00 Call 716-244-3209
MUSIC DEF LEPPARD GLASSPORTRAIT Def Leppard Framed
Reverse Painting on Glass - Portrait of Band. 12”x12” $30. 716-232-4013
SPORTING_GOODS Proform XP StrideClimber 600. 18” stride length, 8 workout programs, 10 resistance levels. $225 716-785-3567
NEW RED RYDER BB GUN
BRAND NEW Daisy Red Ryder BB Carbine Air Gun: Wood Stock Max Velocity: 350ft/s RETAIL: $34.99-$20.00 716997-0821 NEW FIELD STAFF SIZE 2X-3XMOSSY OAK-TURKEY HUNTING VEST W/Safety Flags/ Seat List:$54.99 - $35.00 716997-0821 NEW TURKEY HUNT DECOY’S
BRAND NEW LODGE OUTFITTERS - STRUTTING TOM & HEN TURKEY HUNTING COMBO KIT Retail:$99.99 -$40.00 716-997-0821 BRAND NEW LODGE OUTFITTERS - STRUTTING TOM & HEN TURKEY DECOY COMBO KIT Retail:$99.99 - $40.00 716-997-0821 NEW TURKEY HUNTING VEST
BRAND NEW FIELD STAFF TURKEY HUNTING VESTMOSSY OAK PATTERN CAMO (LRG-XLG) RETAIL$49.99 $25.00 716-997-0821
Vintage 1970’s Cars & Track in Orginal Boxes $20 716-763-3477
EXERCISE MACHINE Exercises
NordicTrack treadmill C1800s.$250/BO 716-934-3379
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MUSTEE. 36in x 42in bisque color. New in box $85.00. 716-549-2967
Miniﬂex Thruster (Worlds Smallest) Dual Shocks. (716)488-9094 716-488-9094 BICYCLE
entire body $38 (716)4889094 716-488-9094
WOOD STOVE Small size wood
stove. never used, selling for $450. call 716-410-1070
CUSTOM TOWING MIRRORS
Black,Ex.condition.Fits new model GMC. $45.00 for the pair 716-488-1530 Covers are for 30”32” tires. ex condition Set of 4 $45.00 716-488-1530 TIRE COVERS
Complete Selection of Model Trains Accessories & Repairs Bova’s Music & Train Shoppe Westﬁeld, NY 716-326-6891 MODEL TRAINS
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Southern Precision, Portable For inspections, Quality Control, etc. Reasonable (716)488-9094 716-488-9094 CUSTOM INVITATIONS Tired of plain, generic invitations? Let EagleZip.com custom design your invitations, announcements and anything else you need printed for your event. Currently oﬀering specials on Graduation and Wedding items. Contact EagleZip.com for details. 716-661-3183
W/ TRAILER. 2005 Yamaha H.O. & 2000 Seadoo GTX. Low hours, garage kept, both in great shape & very fast.$8,000 obo. For more information or to buy please call 716-792-7343 or 716-680-2958
TWO JET SKI’S FOR SALE
W/ TRAILER. 2005 Yamaha H.O. & 2000 Seadoo GTX. Low hours, garage kept, both in great shape & very fast. $8,000 obo. For more information or to buy please call 716-792-7343 or 716-680-2958
TWO JET SKI’S FOR SALE
OTHER_ANIMALS Belgian mare. Rides well.Needs work driving. $1000.00 Please call 716962-2058 or 716-489-6750
YELLOW SIDED GREEN CHEEK
2 yellow sided green cheek conures freshly weaned. $250 each sexes unknown. 716-232-4040
BUSINESS_PLACES OFFICE DOWNTOWN FREDONIA 500 sq. ft. $450.00. Mod-
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want to excerise your dog learn agility or just have fun all in country setting 716-269-2109
HOUSEMATES_WANTED 1 or 2 bedrooms available in Forestville area. call 627-9015
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Young family looking to rent a 3 bedroom apartment in Jamestown. Call 716-397-6199 or 716-499-0790.
DOG ACTIVITY CENTER
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oﬀering kenneling service for your pet one on one attention, exercise, nature walks, play time. 716-269-2109
DOG ACTIVITY CENTER want to teach your dog agility or just have fun enjoy fresh country air. 716-269-2109 BULL PUPS FOR SALE will be ready ﬁrst week of June with ﬁrst set of shots,health guarantee and papers. 716-2324040 JACK RUSSELL TERRIOR Free
to good home. Adult/Male Jack Russell Terrior. Loves people/other animals. Call 450-1392 BOSTON
Available now female : $ 400.00 call Laura @ (716)2576006 or vic @97160 257-2025 716-257-6006
SERVICE Gardens, Lanscaping, etc. Troy-bilt Tiller produces ﬁne texture. Resonable (716) 488-9094
22’ SAILBOAT MACGREGOR
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OVERHEAD DOORS ZEITLER Trade in your
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MASONRY HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Foundations & repairs,
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CHAIR_CANING CHAIR CANNING BY ROLLY
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CLEANING THOMPSON CLEANING SERVICE House a mess? once,
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quality auto/truck repairs at reasonable prices.madenford spring,fredonia672-7242
For sale. 2005 Pilgram camper. 36 ft. 2 push out, full bedroom, sleeps 6. phone or 716-665-6225
2000 COACHMAN FIFTH WHEEL 26ft. Shower,micro,air, awning,3 burners,hitch,new tires, antenna. Excellent condition $5000.716-532-0770 2005
BRECKENRIDGE LIKE NEW. On-site at Aspen Acres. 3 pull outs, full size stove & frig. Includes deck, shed, & skirting. $18,900 obo. Please Call 716485-1727
SUVS 2001 JEEP CHEROKEE red 4x4, 135k milage, good shape, just taken oﬀ the road , runs well $2500 or BO (716)499-4026 1998 JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT
98 jeep sport 4x4 well maintained $2500 785-9381 1997 JEEP CHEROKEE 4X4 97 jeep cherokee 4x4 well maintained $2500 785-9381 1997FORDEXPEDITION4X4
97 ford expedition 4x4 well maintained hi mileage $3500 785-9381
89 FORD E350-7.5 LITER MOTOR- AIR, STEREO, 40 GALLON FUEL TANK - SOLID WALL/CAB & CARGO BOX $3500 BO 716-997-0821
“Century Brand” high top cap. 73” long, ﬁts Ford Rangers and many other short beds. VG to VG+ shape. 716965-2125 FOR SALE: TRUCK TOOL BOX
59000 mi. fully loaded, like new, excellent condition. White w/ tan 716-680-2080
FOR SALE 2005 Chevy Malibu
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2002 MERCURY SABLE 4 door, low miles, excellent condition. $4700.00 716-793-4422.
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TWO JET SKI’S FOR SALE
EVINRUDE. Aluminum boat with walk thru haul,and trailer included. $1600.00. 716679-6872
1989 FORD E350 CUBE VAN
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16’ 1963 Star Craft with trailer call 9624971 asking $500.00
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24’ ENCLOSED TRAILER 2010 Haulmark 7K GVWR. Ramp door.Extras included.$6500. 716-965-2357
ONE MAN’S TRASH
1963 STAR CRAFT BOAT W/T
All types of constructin & materials installed.Design sevices available. 716-6400604
BASS TRACKER TX-17 1992 Bass Tracker Tournament TX17 with trailer, 40 hp, $2,800 716-450-3378
HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Fences, decks & railings.
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1984 GOOD COND W/ TRALIER, 3 SAILS/COVERS EXCEL. CABIN/SWING KEEL $2000 bo motor avail 716499-3013
1986 SEA NYMPH 16FT 35 HP
11340 W. PERRYSBURG RD.
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BULLDOGS taking calls/deposits for registered Bulldog pups.will be ready after June 1st. 716-232-4040
NEW TURKEY HUNT DECOY’S
Available now: female $400.00 ﬁrm call laura @716257-6006 or vic @ 716-25720-25 716-257-6006
NEW TURKEY HUNT VEST 2X3X
Fits 5 lug suv. Looks great. 1200, OBO. Serious enquiries call 716-467-1457 716-4671457 TYCO
Tractor Supply Central brand, white, in excellent condition. Asking $100. 716-680-8040
96k miles $4800/OBO 716640-6610
1995 VOLVO 850 WAGON Most reliable car I’ve ever owned. ~NEW TIRES ~NEW STRUTS ~NEW BRAKES $1950 OBO 716-338-3721 2004 CHEVY MONTE CARLO
173,000 miles. Looks good & runs great. $4000.00 Call & leave a message. 716-4108383 1997 CHEVY CAVALIER CONV.
213,000 needs some work but runs great 1,000.00 or best grat car for student top needs work 716-366-8382
MISCELLANEOUS FARM/ HAY WAGON OR FRAME. Frame must be straight. Phone 716-366-1238 on May 21st between 4pm & 7pm.
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BUY SELL TRADE ANYTHING
We buy anything of value. Cash or Trade. From cars to video games only @ The Barter Warehouse 716-526-1086 Looking for an inexpensive china closet. 716-720-5525
military items and hunting items. Guns, Swords, Helmets, Foreign county uniforms, etc. Will buy complete collections. Jim Schermerhorn - 326-2854
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Hit hospital finales promise big changes By Dee Wright TV Media
any of us get personally invested in the series we watch. We put ourselves in the shoes of our favorite characters -- we feel their joy and pain as if we’ve been friends, family and lovers for our whole lives. When rumors circulate that one or a few of these friends could be getting hurt -- or worse, killed -- in the near future, we can’t help but feel loss and remorse. ABC’s hit medical series “Private Practice” and its parent series “Grey’s Anatomy” finish their seasons this week, and the entertainment world is abuzz with rumors about how the tear-jerking shows will end. Creator and series writer Shonda Rhimes is known for her heartwrenching plot lines and genuine characters who reach the audience in a way that many never thought possible. “Private Practice” closes on Tuesday, May 15, and fans are waiting with bated breath about how the episode will play out. The episode title, “Gone Baby Gone” has many speculating that Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) may lose the baby she’s carrying, or that Addison will exhaust the last of her options to become a mother. Sam struggles to cope with the impend-
Kate Walsh stars in “Private Practice” ing death of Mason’s mother, Erica, which would leave him as the sole caregiver for Mason. In a recent special, creator Rhimes dismissed the rumor that Sam may get fatally shot. “There are a lot of twists and turns in that finale,” she told TVLine at an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences event, “An Evening with Shonda Rhimes and Friends.” “There’s just a real sense of growth for our characters, a sense of change. A lot of things come to a head that I don’t know people were necessarily expecting to, and that’s exciting. There are some real heartbreaking moments and some surprises. There are many developments romantically.” The doctors at Seattle Grace finish their season two days later when “Grey’s Anatomy” wraps up
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Featurestory Wrap it up: ABC bids farewell to ladies of Wisteria Lane
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ew things are more difficult than saying goodbye. But that’s just what fans of ABC’s groundbreaking prime-time soap opera “Desperate Housewives” will have to do when the show wraps up after eight seasons on Sunday, May 13. The show follows a close-knit group of women who live seemingly-perfect lives in a suburb of the fictional American town of Fairview. Things may look idyllic from the outside, but viewers have delighted in a peek behind the scandalous closed doors in the neighborhood. The deceased Mary Alice Young (Brenda Strong), who died in the very first episode of the show, narrates and provides insights into her former neighbors’ lives. Teri Hatcher leads the ensemble cast as relatable hopeless romantic Susan, while Marcia Cross can be seen as perfectionist Bree. Felicity Huffman won a 2004 Emmy for her portrayal of dedicated mom Lynette. Eva Longoria rounds out the main cast as Latina beauty Gabrielle (Gaby). Vanessa Williams joined the cast in Season 7 as Lynette’s best friend from college, Renee. Their affairs, hardships and scandals have entertained viewers for years, and now it’s coming to an end. Although little detail is known about the plot of the finale, snapshots from the set on the day of its filming surfaced on the Internet and provided a hint: Lynette was dressed up as an elderly lady, leading some to speculate that the finale would jump into the future. It’s not unheard of for “Housewives”
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“Desperate Housewives” ends this week after eight stellar seasons to jump ahead -- Season 5 picked up the storylines five years later, even though there were only five months between seasons in real time. On theinsider.com, series creator Marc Cherry indicated he knew where the series was going from the very beginning. “The last act, which I’ve had in my head for seven and a half years, is absolutely what we’re going to do,” he said earlier this year. He may have had the plot in mind for years, but there’s no way he could have known what a trend setter “Desperate Housewives” would become. The show premiered in 2004, when the notion of a prime-time soap opera seemed hopelessly blasé. Networks hadn’t trod through that territory in a while, though shows such as “Dallas,” “Dynasty” and “Knots Landing” were hugely popular in the 1980s. Still, the concept seemed a tough sell to audiences, especially considering the most recent prime-time soap suc-
cesses focused on the lives of young people in such ‘90s series as “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Melrose Place.” As far-fetched as a dark comedy about a group of dissatisfied suburban housewives may have seemed, it was a phenomenal hit from the get-go. In the beginning, “Desperate Housewives” drew comparisons to such iconic series as “Sex and the City” and “Twin Peaks,” and even the successful 1999 film “American Beauty.” As a result, the show’s debut attracted more than 21 million viewers and marked a turning point for a faltering ABC. Things just got better from there on out and the season finale drew an audience of more than 30 million. “Desperate Housewives” came at a key point in soap-opera history. Gone were the days of daytime dramas dominating the airwaves, with fans taking time off work to tune in, or sneaking off to catch the latest plot twist on a break. The popularity of daytime soaps has
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The network’s latest foray into prime-time soap operas -- Wednesday night’s “Revenge” -- has attracted an army of loyal viewers, who tune in to watch protagonist Emily Thorne wreak havoc in the Hamptons. The CW has also jumped on the prime-time soap bandwagon with “Gossip Girl,” Sarah Michelle Gellar’s “Ringer” and, most recently “The L.A. Complex,” a Canadian import from CTV.
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StarsonScreen By Dee Wright and Sheila Busteed TV Media WRITE AND WRONG: Ernest Hemingway has been credited as one of the greatest writers of all time, but few know the story of the man behind the books. On Monday, May 28, HBO will air its exclusive original film about the tumultuous marriage of Hemingway and his third wife, Martha Gellhorn. Together, Hemingway and Gellhorn endured war, scandal and social disruption, though they were only married for a short time. The Nobel Prize-winning author is known for his works “The Old Man and the Sea” and “For Whom the Bell Tolls,” the latter of which is said to have been written for Gellhorn. “Hemingway & Gellhorn” stars Oscar winner Nicole Kidman and Academy Award nominee Clive Owen as the star-crossed lovers, but the talent in this special film goes much deeper than its leads -- David Strathairn, Lars Ulrich, Rodrigo Santoro, Molly Parker, Peter Coyote, Tony Shal-
houb and Parker Posey all have supporting roles. The tale begins in 1936, just after Hemingway left his wife and son to move to Spain and create a documentary about fascism. He soon falls in love with one of the others on the project -- a budding journalist and writer who impresses Hemingway with her strong values and sense of morals. “Women like Martha Gellhorn were trailblazers who did things that weren’t the norm,” said Kidman. “[She] changed what professions women could aspire to; who changed the world. I think I’ll always seek out those women to play them, if given the chance.”
Nicole Kidman in “Hemingway & Gellhorn”
LIGHT OF LOVE: The television marketplace has been flooded with a plethora of dating shows over the years. Interestingly, this has mirrored the real-life trend of entrepreneurs offering new and unique ways to help clients make love connections, such as speed dating, matchmaking websites and even singles’ vacation packages. Starting next month, Fox is throwing another option into the mix and has hired a top-notch entertainer to act as the love-match ringmaster. George Lopez has signed on to host “Take Me Out,” which will debut on the network on Thursday, June 7. “Take Me Out” is based on the British version of the game show of the same name. Ireland recently got its own version as well, and both are based on the concept of the original Australian program “Taken Out.” For the American edition, 30 single women meet a group of bachelors one by one and ask them questions to determine if they’re interested in dating any of the guys. If the women aren’t interested, they turn off a light at their podium. After the group is whittled down, it’s the lucky bachelor’s turn to eliminate the women to whom he isn’t attracted. In the final round, the bachelor asks the remaining two women one last question and then chooses which lady he’ll have join him on a fantasy date. The remaining 29 women will be joined by one new female contestant for the next game.
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THIRSTY FOR MORE: The popular film plot of a kid facing his fears -- and giving thieving adults a good beating in the process -- is being reimagined for a new generation. Production has commenced north of the border in Winnipeg on the fifth film in the “Home Alone” franchise. While the plot borrows a lot from the original 1990 movie, fans will be glad to hear that this isn’t just a remake, nor is it using the same lead character made famous by Macaulay Culkin. The film, which is being produced by Fox Television Studios, will premiere on ABC Family later this year as part of its annual “25 Days of Christmas” programming
event. This seems suitable since the other films take place during the holiday season, but the addition of a ghostly element in this new project suggests it would be better suited for the network’s “13 Nights of Halloween” event. In the upcoming film, titled “Home Alone 5: Alone in the Dark,” a young boy named Finn (played by Christian Martyn) moves from California to Maine with his family, but Finn is convinced that the scary new house is haunted. While their parents are stuck on the other side of town, Finn and his sister (Jodelle Ferland) set traps to catch the spirits but end up snaring a group of thieves instead.
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New Food series searches for the next million-dollar idea
in a dime. Business and financial considerations aside, there has to ost of us have a drawer full be a market for every product or inof gadgets that we’ve ac- vention. That’s also something to cumulated over the years. be considered as Greenberg and Maybe these were promoted as Raymond select one invention to time-saving tools, some even be presented to retail manufacturpromising to deliver inspiring reers who will ultimately decide if an sults that will surely elevate your inventor’s dream will come true. reputation as the consummate The Sunday edition serves as a solid gourmet cook. With Mother’s Day, sneak peek for viewers, and “Ina few of you might even have a vention Hunters” settles into its new addition to that drawer. regular time-slot the following While truthfully, some gadgets night. rarely see the light of day outside Both hosts bring a great deal of that drawer -- those garnishing tools never did help me decorate every platter with the perfect radish rose -- but many inventions really do end up changing the way things are done in the kitchen. Think of what cooking would be like for some of you without a garlic press or a kettle, even a microwave or a food processor -- these were all invented in the last century. So what’s the next big gadget that will captivate us or completely revolutionize our lives? That’s what “Invention Hunters” is out to find. Premiering Sunday, May 13, the Food Network series follows invention experts Steve Greenberg and Patrick Raymond. They’re crisscrossing the country to find three undiscovered inventors each week who are convinced their one-of-a- invention know-how with them. Raymond is a patent-holder himkind creation is the next millionself, so he knows the industry from dollar kitchen gadget. Of course, it doesn’t mean much the inventor’s point-of-view. He also founded the non-profit Invenuntil you see it in action. The pros are going to have to put those gad- tors Association of Manhattan begets to the test to see if they really fore becoming executive director do deliver on the inventor’s promis- for the United Inventors Association until 2010. es. Many may recognize Greenberg But as seen on such shows as as a frequent segment host on “Shark Tank,” sometimes a good many of the network morning idea or product alone won’t bring
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MONDAY 10:00 a.m. (65) FOOD Tyler’s Ultimate ‘Ultimate Mother’s Day Brunch’ (30m) 11:30 a.m. (60) HALL Martha Bakes (30m) 2:00 p.m. (2.1) (2) WGRZ The Rachael Ray Show (1h) 2:30 p.m. (65) FOOD 30 Minute Meals ‘Thai Tonight’ (30m) 5:30 p.m. (65) FOOD Paula’s Best Dishes ‘Rock It Out’ (30m) 9:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Invention Hunters ‘A Juicy Idea’ (30m) 11:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Meat Men ‘Emergency Steaks’ (30m)
TUESDAY 9:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Grill It! With Bobby Flay ‘Whole Chicken in No Time Flat’ (30m) 11:00 a.m. (65) FOOD Good Eats ‘The Proof Is in the Bread Pudding’ (30m) 11:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Unwrapped ‘Party Bites’ (30m) 1:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Sandra’s Money Saving Meals ‘Chinese Take Out’ (30m) 2:00 p.m. (2.1) (2) WGRZ The Rachael Ray Show (1h) (65) FOOD Secrets of a Restaurant Chef ‘The Secret To Cumin And Ginger Rubbed Pork Tenderloin’ (30m)
WEDNESDAY 9:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Throwdown With Bobby Flay ‘Paella’ (30m) 11:00 a.m. (65) FOOD Good Eats ‘Use Your Noodle 4: Lasagna’ (30m) 11:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Unwrapped ‘Get Comfy’ (30m) 2:00 p.m. (2.1) (2) WGRZ The Rachael Ray Show (1h) (65) FOOD Secrets of a Restaurant Chef ‘The Secret To Falafel’ (30m) 2:30 p.m. (65) FOOD 30 Minute Meals ‘Meal For Mom’ (30m) 5:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Paula’s Best Dishes ‘Seafood Shack’ (30m)
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shows and “Dr. Oz.” The former TV news reporter also made a name for himself for six years on HGTV’s “Dream Builders,” where he showcased some of the latest innovative designs in home construction. A kindred spirit to gadget fans everywhere (if you’re not one of them, you probably know one), he also penned the book “Gadget Nation: A Journey Through the Eccentric World of Invention.”
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SUNDAY 10:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Guy’s Big Bite ‘Brie-Ng On The Pork’ (30m) 11:00 a.m. (65) FOOD Sandwich King ‘Date Night Delights’ (30m) 11:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Best Thing I Ever Made ‘Family Dinners’ (30m) 8:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Cupcake Wars ‘Champions: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark’ (1h) 9:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Food Network Star ‘Impossible Beginnings’ (2h)
10:00 a.m. (65) FOOD Challenge ‘Ultimate Vacation Cakes’ (1h) 11:30 a.m. (65) FOOD Unwrapped ‘Fun Drinks’ (30m) (60) HALL Mad Hungry With Lucinda Scala Quinn ‘Healthy Burger Shack’ (30m) 1:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Semi-Homemade With Sandra Lee ‘Italian Slow Cooking’ (30m) 2:00 p.m. (2.1) (2) WGRZ The Rachael Ray Show (1h) (65) FOOD Secrets of a Restaurant Chef ‘The Secret To Linguine With Clam Sauce’ (30m) 7:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Chopped ‘Quahog Quandaries and Pickle Puzzles’ (1h) 10:00 p.m. (65) FOOD Sweet Genius ‘Serpentine Genius’ (1h) Chautauqua Star and Bulletin Board: Food May 11, 2012 to May 17, 2012
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Chelsea plans to upset Munich at home
By Joel Duplessis TV Media
he eyes of the soccer world will be fixated on Munich this week, as the UEFA Champions League Final kicks off on Saturday, May 19, to cap off what’s been a fantastic tournament. Bayern Munich will clash with Chelsea in an unlikely matchup that has grown into one of the most anticipated finals in recent memory. There’s no greater prize in professional soccer than winning the Champions League title, and this week Bayern Munich will become the first team since 1084 to play the final in front of their home crowd. In many ways, the Champions League Final can be described as the European version of the Super Bowl. League champions throughout Europe, Scandinavia and Russia enter the tournament to decide which club team is the best in the world. The final game is one of the most anticipated soccer games of 9:30 a.m.
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the year and is perennially the most watched sporting event worldwide. With storylines aplenty surrounding the Bayern Munich-Chelsea matchup, this year will be no different. Bayern is in the final because of a win in penalty kicks against Real Madrid, while Chelsea’s 2-2 draw against defending champion, Barcelona, put them through 3-2 on aggregate. Chelsea knocked off the world’s best team in dramatic fashion, overcoming a 2-0 deficit to earn a tie -- giving them the point that sent them to the final. Chelsea enters the final with plenty of momentum and nothing to lose. Nobody expected them to be here, and now they’re gunning for an epic upset. Bayern is the consensus favorite because the team possesses a more talented roster, and they have the benefit of the home crowd. It will be interesting to see how Bayern handles the pressure of playing a game of this magnitude before their home crowd – a game everyone expects them to win. (0:30) 4:00 p.m. (38) ESPN NFL Live (Live) (1:00)
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May 11 - 17, 2012 â€˘ 7
Fridayhighlights Who Do You Think You Are? (2.1) (2) WGRZ
Valley Motorsports 2 x 2â€?
â€œSaturday Night Liveâ€? star Jason Sudeikis delves into his familyâ€™s past. Sudeikis is the nephew of â€œCheersâ€? star George Wendt, and he is eager to find out about the relatives he never had a chance to meet.
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George Stults, real-life brother of series star Geoff Stults, guest Jose Mas is CEO of one of North stars as Walterâ€™s brother, who arrives to tell Walter that their Americaâ€™s largest builders of telecommunication and energy father is dying in this special epsystems, but he learns the busi- isode. Walter embarks on the ness from the ground up in this most important search of his life when his dad asks him to season finale. Cameras follow find his first love. him as he goes undercover. (4.1) (4) WIVB (10) CFTO (35.1) (17) WSEE
Joshua Jackson stars in â€œFringeâ€?
The team is pushed to the brink as they strive to prevent a catastrophic event that threatens everyoneâ€™s lives in this climactic season finale. Since the future of the series was questionable when it came time to film the finale, two versions were filmed.
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8 â€˘ May 11 - 17, 2012
Friday (23) DISN
Taylor and her business mogul husband Oliver bring their brood to the tropical beaches of Puerto Rico, where Katie and Alex escape from their bodyguards.
Phineas and Ferb
Dr. Doofenshmirtz is up to no good again as he finishes his latest invention, which turns everyone into babies. Unfortunately, the ray hits Phineas and Ferb, and Candace is forced to care for her infant brothers. Later, the boys create another new season.
Saturday (46) FAM
Au Pair 3: Adventure in Paradise The Caldwell family vacation
Monday (46) FAM
The Secret Life of the American Teenager
The guidance counsellor informs Amy that sheâ€™s on the Sunday brink of failing summer school (23) DISN 8:30 p.m. in this new episode. As a result, Shake It Up George decides itâ€™s time to step The girls are excited about a for- in to help her study, and he ofmal dance at school. Best fers her advice on some more friends and professional dancpersonal matters. ers CeCe Jones and Rocky Blue Wednesday rely on each other as they strug(49) APL 8:00 p.m. gle to balance school, dance Zendaya stars in â€œShake It Upâ€? Tanked! and family. Together, they face goes awry in this ABC Family Wayde and Brett take a trip all kinds of comedic bumps in movie. Former au pair Jenny down memory lane as they the road.
share never-before-seen footage and reveal what goes on behind the scenes. This special edition captures the aquarium builders reminiscing about their favorite fish moments and outlandish pranks.
Thursday (46) FAM
In this live-action adaptation of the popular animated series, neighbors Fred and Barney take an aptitude test at work. While Fred is promoted to an executive position, Barney soon finds himself out of a job. But things are not as they appear.
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Maddenford Spring & Auto 2 x 2”
Ryan Reynolds, Justin Long and Dane Cook star in this comedy about the staff at Shenaniganz Restaurant. Dean realizes working there is not what he wants in life, but his coworkers try to help him be happy there.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (7.1) (7) WKBW
Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom in “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”
Valvo's 2 x 2”
With Captain Jack Sparrow trapped in Davy Jones’ locker, Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann set out to save their old friend. Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley return in the film.
SATURDAYEVENING (2.1) (2) (17.1) (3) (4.1) (4) (29.1) (5) (6) (7.1) (7) (10) (23.1) (11) (35.1) (17) (20) (28) (40) (49) (55) (44) (23) (38) (46) (65) (59) (60) (29) (64) (50) (54) (62) (45) (35) (39) (43) (31) (30) (34) (52) (58) (56) (48) (51) (42)
MAY 12, 2012 5:30
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By Adam Thomlison TV Media Q: Is it true theyâ€™re making a new film version with Richard Starkâ€™s Parker character? A: Yes, but a glance at the advance credits shows some guy named Donald Westlake stealing all of Richard Starkâ€™s thunder. Westlake is credited as having written the book on which the film is based, instead of Stark. But thatâ€™s alright because, as it turns out, he and Stark are the same man. Richard Stark was one of over 15 pen names Westlake used over the course of his jaw-droppingly prolific career. Releasing as many as seven novels a year, Westlake penned more than 100 books in the course of a 53-year publishing career that has continued past his
death. His latest title, â€œThe Comedy Is Finished,â€? was published earlier this year, more than three years after his death on New Yearâ€™s Eve 2008, at age 75. The new film, which has wrapped production and is slated for release on Jan. 25, 2013, is simply called â€œParkerâ€? and will feature action star Jason Statham in the title role. According to a plot synopsis on IMDb.com, the film is based on the book â€œFlashfire,â€? which Westlake released in 2000. It seems that Hollywood just decided it was time for another Parker film -- indeed, thereâ€™s been one every decade since the â€˜60s. It started with 1967â€™s â€œPoint Blank,â€? an adaptation of the novel â€œThe Hunter,â€? starring Lee Marvin as the Parker character (renamed Walker in the film). In 1973, Robert
Duvall starred in â€œThe Outfit,â€? based on the book of the same name, playing Earl Macklin (named Parker in the novel). Peter Coyote took on the role (renamed Stone this time) in 1983â€™s â€œSlayground,â€? and in 1999 Mel Gibson played the character, this time named Porter, in â€œPayback,â€? another adaptation of â€œThe Hunter.â€? So this new version is the first not to play fast and loose with character names, and that goes for the supporting cast as well. Michael Chiklis (formerly of â€œThe Shieldâ€? and â€œNo Ordinary Familyâ€?) will star as Melander, a fellow professional thief who tries to force Parker to help him with a jewel heist in Florida, and singer/actress Jennifer Lopez will play Leslie, a real estate agent who helps Parker steal the jewels out from under
Melander. Both characters appeared as named in the original book. Q: What was the name of the series that Betty White and Marie Osmond starred in together? A: The series youâ€™re thinking of was called â€œMaybe This Time,â€? which debuted in 1995 but only lasted one season. Marie Osmond starred as Julia Wallace, a recently divorced mother who runs a bakery with the help of her mother Shirley (played by Betty White) and daughter Gracie (Ashley Johnson, whoâ€™s now better known for her voice work on shows like â€œBen 10â€? and â€œRecessâ€?). Most of the plot revolved around Juliaâ€™s reluctance to return to the dating scene after her di-
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vorce, and her frequently married (and widowed) motherâ€™s attempts to get her back in the game. Despite the long-term fame of its two main stars, these days the show seems more notable for supporting the budding career of Craig Ferguson, a decade before his late-night fame and a year before his star-making turn on â€œThe Drew Carey Show.â€? It also provided bad-boy comedian Dane Cook with his very first screen role. He was brought on partway through the first season as a young employee of the bakery with frequent dating trouble of his own. The family-friendly sitcom represents an odd entry on the resume of the otherwise adult-oriented comic.
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Sundayhighlights Survivor: One World (4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE
Maddenford Spring & Auto 2 x 2”
After a season of shocking betrayals, intense immunity challenges and shattered alliances, the final castaways face the music. Previously eliminated contestants have tough questions for the finalists before one wins the $1-million prize.
American Dad (29.1) (5) WUTV
Shevlin's 2 x 2”
When Stan catches Steve playing with toys, he takes his son to Mexico to help him become a man. When the pair is captured by a drug cartel, it’s time for Steve to prove to his dad just how manly he can be.
Jeff Probst hosts “Survivor: One World”
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MAY 13, 2012 5 PM
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Mondayhighlights Americaâ€™s Got Talent (2.1) (2) WGRZ
Notorious radio-show host Howard Stern joins Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel as they scour the U.S. for singers, dancers, comedians and more in this season premiere. Host Nick Cannon welcomes the performers to the stage.
Sharon Osbourne returns in â€œAmericaâ€™s Got Talentâ€?
Precision Transport 2 x 2â€?
How I Met Your Mother
(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE
(29.1) (5) WUTV
Brennan and Booth inform the court that tech genius Christopher Pelant is a suspect in two murder cases. They strive to prove him guilty once and for all, but officers claim evidence casts suspicion on Brennan.
Lily goes into labor, but Marshall is in Atlantic City with Barney in this season finale. Robin and Ted try to distract Lily from her contractions to give Marshall time to get back.
The Bachelorette 8:00 p.m.
(7.1) (7) WKBW
Single mother Emily Maynard has her pick of 25 eligible bachelors as she searches for true romance in this premiere. Maynard rose to fame on â€œThe Bachelor,â€? during which she fell for heartthrob Brad Womack.
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Tuesdayhighlights Glee (29.1) (5) WUTV
As the kids of New Directions prepare for graduation and rehearse for nationals, Tina bumps her head and her world is turned upside down. Lindsay Lohan guest stars as a celebrity judge who evaluates the New Directions crew at Nationals.
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Fashion Star (2.1) (2) WGRZ
The competition really heats up as the remaining contestants are asked to create three garments for each of the retailers in this finale. The winning designerâ€™s clothes will be featured in a collection at Macyâ€™s, H&M and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Jayma Mays stars in â€œGleeâ€?
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MAY 15, 2012 5 PM
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Â‡ Space" Epidemic" Â‹ Â?ÂŒÂƒÂƒ~ Â‹ ÂŽ Âƒ Â…Âƒ "Till Death Do Us Â Â "Sans Voir" Â ÂÂ‘ "Sans Â‹ Â Â?Â?Â?Â ÂŒÂƒÂƒ ~ Part" Voir" Â’Â’ ~ ~ Â” Â†Â Â?Â Â•Â Â‘ Â‘ Â?Â†Â‘Â?Â†Â Â?Â†Â‘Â?Â†Â "Props" Â Â Â– ÂŒÂ‚ Â– Â Â… Â– Â?Â?Â?Â Â Â?Â ~ Â… Â– Â?ÂŒ Â Â— ÂÂ€Â‚Â€ Â…Â‡Â Â„Â…Â Â?Â†Â€Â?Â?Â Â†Â…~ Â Â Â?Â?Â? ÂƒÂ?Â Â?Â ~ Â Â˜Â?Â?Â‘Âƒ Â Â? ÂŽ Â?ÂŒ Â Â— Â†Â‘ Â†Â‘ Â‘ Â Â„ÂƒÂ„ "Gone, Baby, Â Â‘ ÂŒÂƒÂƒ~ ÂŒÂƒÂƒ Â† ~ Gone" ~ ÂƒÂ‰ÂŠ Âˆ~ Â‡ Â‘ Â…Â€Â™Âƒ Â‘ Â‘ Â Â“Â–Â‘ "The Man in Âˆ ~ Âˆ ~
Â‘ Â† ~ the Woods" Â Â‡Â† Â† Â‰Â–Â– Â‰Â–Â– ÂšÂ˜ Â’Â˜ "Forever Hold ÂÂƒÂƒÂŒÂ› Â’Â˜Â‰Â‡ Â” ÂŒ ÂŒ Â…Âˆ Your Peace" ~ ÂƒÂ„ Â?ÂŒ Â Â— "Till Death Do Us Â Â "Sans Voir" Â ÂÂ‘ "Sans Â ~ Part" Voir" ~ ~ Â” "Won't Â” "Plain Â” "Broken Â” Â” "The Â” "Natural ÂŒ "Just a Man" ÂŒ "Behind the "L.D.S.K." Get Fooled Again" Sight" Mirror" Fox" Born Killer" Blue Line" Â‹Â&#x; Â‹Â&#x; Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘ Â‘
Â Â?Â˜ "Cyber-lebrity" "Inside Out" Â Â” Â‡Â€Â Â?Â‚Â Âˆ Â‰ Â Â Â Â‡Â” Â‡Â” Â„ "Spring" ÂŠÂ„ ÂĄÂ Â–ÂÂ– ÂŠÂ„ Â Â?Â?Â?Â†Â† ÂƒÂ‰ Â†Â Â†Â„ Â‡ Â Â˘ Â?Â˜Â‡ Â?Â˜Â‡ Â‡ Â†Â„ Â‡ ÂƒÂ‰ ÂƒÂ‰ ÂƒÂ‰ ÂƒÂ‰ Â Â˘ Â™ ÂÂ†Â‡ ÂÂ†Â‡ Â„ Â„ Â‡ Â“ÂŒ ÂÂ†Â‡ ÂƒÂƒÂƒ Â†Â€Â ÂÂ†Â‡ Â„ ÂžÂ˘Â Â Â Â Â„ Â? ÂƒÂƒÂƒ ÂŠ ÂÂÂ™Â… Â… Â†ÂŒ ÂŒ Â ÂŽÂ˜ ÂŒÂƒ ÂÂÂ™
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Â– Â‘ Â‘Â‘ ÂŽÂ˜~ Â™ Â‘
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Â‘ Â‘ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ ÂÂƒ Â ÂžÂ‰ Â ÂžÂ‰
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ÂŠ Â”Â§Â§Â§Â… Â”Â§Â§Â§Â… Â”Â§Â§Â§Â… Â”Â§Â§Â§Â… Â… ÂŒ Â… ÂŒ ÂÂ™ Â ÂÂ™ Â ÂÂ™ Â ÂÂ™ Â Â… ÂŒÂŒÂ Â™Âƒ Â…Â€Â™Âƒ Â ÂžÂ‰Â ÂƒÂˆÂƒÂ“Âƒ Â ÂžÂ‰ÂƒÂ ÂˆÂ“ "Lust" ÂˆÂ“ "Privilege" ÂˆÂ“ "Desperate" ÂˆÂ“ "Redemption" ÂˆÂ“ "Stolen" ÂˆÂ“ "Careless" Â Â Â?Â˜Â? Â‡Â˘ Â™ Â Â Â† Â”Â˘Â™ Â†Â‘ÂÂ™ÂƒÂ‰ Â†Â‘ ÂÂ™ÂƒÂ‰ Â’Â˜Â˜Â‘ "Hour 1"~ Â’Â˜Â˜Â‘ "Hour 2"~ Â†Â‘ÂÂ™ÂƒÂ‰ Â€Â‚ ÂƒÂ ~ ÂƒÂ‰ÂŠ
~ Â„ Â…Â†
14 â€˘ May 11 - 17, 2012
Wednesdayhighlights American Idol
(29.1) (5) WUTV (10) CFTO
(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE
The finalists sing their hearts out in this live performance round. Ryan Seacrest hosts and judges Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler weigh in after each performance, critiquing the singers.
Tricia Helfer guest stars as a member of a gang of serial-killing bank robbers wreaking havoc in Washington, D.C. As the team tries to deal with the situation, one of their own becomes a hostage in this twohour season finale.
Suburgatory (7.1) (7) WKBW
Bones of Turkana
Dallas finds a supporter in Tessa as George struggles to figure out how he really feels in this season finale. A ratings hit, the plucky sitcom about a single dad and his daughter who move to suburbia has been picked up for a second season.
Jane Levy stars in â€œSuburgatoryâ€?
(17.1) (3) WNED
WEDNESDAYEVENING (2.1) (2) (17.1) (3) (4.1) Â? (4) (29.1) Â?Â? (5) (6) (7.1) Â• (7) (10) ÂŠ (23.1) (11) (35.1) (17) (20) Â…ÂœÂƒ Â’Â (28) Â’Âˆ (40) Â’Â… (49) Âˆ (55) (44) (23) Â… (38) ÂŠÂ’Âˆ (46) ÂŠ (65) ÂŠÂœ (59) Â†Â’ (60) Â†Â? (29) Â† (64) ÂŠ (50) Âˆ (54) (62) Â• (45) (35) Â˘ (39) Â… Â• (43) Â˘ÂŠÂ˘ (31) (30) (34) (52) (58) Âˆ (56) Â? (48) Â?Â’ (51) Â?Â†Â” (42)
Paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey explores the arid northern regions of Kenyaâ€™s Turkana Basin in search of clues to human evolution. Leakey tries to show that many human traits were born in Africa.
MAY 16, 2012 5:30
Â Â?Â?Â?Â? "Strange Â Â?ÂÂ€Â‚Âƒ Â„ Beauty" ~ Âˆ Â‡ "Cracking the Â‰ "The Great Inca
Â‡ ÂŠ Koala Code" Rebellion" ÂŒ Â€ÂŽÂ?Â?~ ÂŒ Â‘ Â? Â’Â†Â? ÂˆÂ Â‡ Âˆ "Hit" Âˆ "Run" ÂŒ Â Â?ÂÂ€Â‚ ~ ÂŽÂ?Â? ~ ÂˆÂ„ Â“ Â”Â” ~ Âˆ Â‡Â„ ÂƒÂ„Â•Â„ Â“ ÂƒÂ‡Â“ÂƒÂ‡Â„ ÂƒÂ‡Â“ÂƒÂ‡Â„ Â’ "Finalists Compete" ÂŽÂ–
Â“ Â† Â† ÂƒÂŽ Â„Â— Â†Â„Â?Â Â ÂÂ Â ~ Â? Â Â?Â€Â€Â‚ Â Â Â? Â?~Â? Â Â?Â˜Â€Â‚Â“Â? Â„ Â€ Â‘ Â’ ÂƒÂŽ Â„Â— Âˆ Â‡Â™Â‡Â“ Â– Âˆ Â’ÂŽ Â‰Â“ "Grief" Â„ Â“ ÂŽÂ?Â?~ ÂŽÂ?Â? Â„
Â ~ Â?Â‹ Â’ Â?~ Â“ Â’ "Finalists Compete" Â Â?Â?Â?Â? "Strange Â? ~ Â? ~
Â“ Beauty" Â„ Â‡ Â’ ÂšÂŠÂ‡ Â›ÂŽÂˆ Â›ÂŽÂˆ "Jez Â”Â˜Âš Âˆ ÂŽ ÂŽ Â†Â? "Nicholas Tse" Smith" ~ Â’ Â?Â… ÂƒÂŽ Â„Â— ÂˆÂ Â‡ Âˆ "Hit" Âˆ "Run" ~ ÂˆÂ„ Â“ ~ ~ ÂŽ ÂŽ "Hope "On the Wings of "One Small "Triple "Pin-Up Girl" Âˆ "The Âˆ "Blood "Homecoming" and Mercy" a Dove" Step" Threat" Popular Kids" Hungry" ÂŠÂŒÂž ÂŠÂŒÂž Â“ Â“ Â“ Â“ Â“ Â“
Â‡Â„ Â‡Â„ Â‡Â„ Â‡Â„ Â‡Â„
Â?ÂÂ˜ Â?Â?Â? "Deep Freeze" "Sunblock" Â?Âˆ Â€Â‚ Â ÂƒÂ?Â„ Â€Â‚ Â ÂƒÂ?Â„ ÂŠ Â’ Â’ Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â— Â— Â‰Âˆ Â‰Âˆ Â— Â Â?Â€Â€Â‚ÂŠÂ‡Â‡ Â? Â‡Â„ Â‡Â… Â„ Â™ ÂÂ˜ ÂÂ˜ ÂŽÂŽ Â•Â„Â… Â‡Â… Â‡Â… Â‡Â… Â‡Â… Â„ Â™ Â’ Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’ Â‡ Â… Â… Â’Â‡Â&#x;Â’Â„ Â’Â‡Â&#x;Â’Â„ Â?ÂŽ Â‡ Â’Â?Â?Â?ÂŠ Â’Â‡Â&#x;Â’Â„ Â?ÂŽ Âƒ Â‡ Â‡ Â… Âƒ Â’Â?Â?Â?ÂŠ Â‹ ÂŠÂ‰Â Â† Â‡ÂŽ ÂŽ
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Â… Â‡ Â† Â? "Dodge City" Â? "Mad Cactus" Â‡ Â‡ ÂŠ Âš Â„Â…ÂˆÂ Â‰ Â Â Â‰Â‰Â? ÂŁÂˆ ÂŁÂˆ Â”Â&#x; Â?Â?Â? Â”Â&#x; Â?Â?Â? Â™Â„Â‹Â€Â†Â‡Â Â? Â™Â„Â‹Â€Â†Â‡Â Â? "The Idol" Â†Â‡Â… Â†Â‡Â… Â†Â‡Â… Â†Â‡Â… ÂŠ ÂŠ ÂŠ ÂŠ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â†Â‡ Â†Â‡Â† Â‡ Â…ÂŽÂ„ Â†Â‡Â† Â†Â‡ Â…ÂŽÂ„ ÂˆÂˆ Â‰ ÂˆÂˆ Â‰ Âˆ Â‰ "Doors" Â’ Â… Â’ Â… Â… Â… Â— Â… ÂˆÂ–Âˆ ÂˆÂ–Âˆ ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŠÂ“Â“ Â‘Â˜~ Â‰
Â“ ÂŠÂ“Â“ Â‘Â˜~ Â‰ Â„
Â ÂŠÂ“Â“ Â‘Â˜~ Â’Â‡ Â„Â“ÂŒ ÂŽÂ Â Â‰Â‰ Â Â‰Â Â†ÂÂ‘ Â†ÂÂ‘ Â…Â’ Â†Â„ÂŽÂŽÂ? Â‘Â Â‡Â‰Â‰~ Â„Â“ÂŒ ÂŽ Â•Â‡Â“ÂŠÂ‡ Â•Â‡Â“ÂŠÂ‡ ÂŽÂ“ Â™ ÂŽÂ“ Â™ Â?Â‡ Â?Â‡ ÂšÂĄÂ˜ ÂšÂĄÂ˜ Â?ÂŽÂ‹ Â?ÂŽÂ‹ ÂŠ ÂŠ Â˘Â¤ Â˘Â¤ Â Â’Â‚Â’ Â„ Â Â’Â‚Â’ Â„ Â Â’Â‚Â’ Â„ ÂŒÂžÂ†Â‡Â?Â‰ ÂŒÂžÂ†Â‡Â?Â‰ ÂŒÂžÂ†Â‡Â?Â? "Toxic" ÂŒÂžÂ†Â‡Â?Â‰ ÂŒÂžÂ†Â‡Â?Â‰ Â Â?Â˜Â˜Â‚ Â™ Â„Â Âƒ Â„ Â‡ Â…Â–Â“ Â™ Â„Â Âƒ Â‰Â‰Â‰Â’ Â? Â?Â?Â“Â„ Â‰ Â” Â‰Â‰ Â‰ Â Â Â…Â– ÂŽ ÂŽ ÂŽ Â? Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â’Â‡ Â“Â“ Â“Â“ Â“Â“ Â“Â“ Â†Â‡ Â†Â‡ Â†Â‡ Â†Â‡ Â†Â‡ Â†Â‡ Â‡
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Â‹ ÂˆÂ§Â’Â§Â§Â† ÂˆÂ§Â’Â§Â§Â† ÂˆÂ§Â’Â§Â§Â† ÂˆÂ§Â’Â§Â§Â† Â† ÂŽ Â† ÂŽ Â‰ Â„ Â‰ Â„ Â†Â&#x;Â‰Â? Â† ÂŽÂŽÂ„Â‰Â? ÂĽÂ‡ ÂĽÂ‡ "Child's Play" "Faith" "Jetlag" "Jack Knife" ÂŠ Â„Â“
ÂˆÂ‡ "Brandy" ÂˆÂ‡ "T-Pain" ÂˆÂ‡ "Akon" ÂˆÂ‡ "Pitbull" ÂˆÂ™Â‰ ÂˆÂ™Â‰ Â¨Â˜ "Hour 3"~ ÂšÂŠÂ‡ ÂšÂŠÂ‡ Â?Â„ Â?Â‹
~ Â… Â†Â‡
May 11 - 17, 2012 â€˘ 15
Thursdayhighlights Rules of Engagement
(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE
(29.1) (5) WUTV
Jen volunteers to throw Audrey a baby shower, but she accidentally puts the wrong date on the invitations and must scramble to put together a quick party in this season finale.
Martin becomes involved in a heist crew when he is mistaken for a criminal. As he tries to win back an innocent dockworkerâ€™s job, an Israeli boy and a Palestinian girl try to keep their relationship together. Also, Clea makes a surprising discovery.
Person of Interest
(4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE
(2.1) (2) WGRZ
When the truth about the accident comes to light, Britten uncovers a conspiracy and isnâ€™t sure he can trust anyone in the season finale. While Britten is forced to choose a path, Det. Vega begins to worry about his captainâ€™s intentions.
Reese must rely on Finch, Fusco and Carter when he becomes trapped and faces the FBI and crooked cops as the season wraps. Jim Caviezel stars as a former CIA agent who helps a billionaire prevent crimes.
Jason Isaacs stars in â€œAwakeâ€?
THURSDAYEVENING (2.1) (2) (17.1) (3) (4.1) Âˆ (4) (29.1) Â”Âˆ (5) (6) Â€ (7.1) Â• (7) (10) Â˜Â‰ (23.1) Â€Â‰ (11) (35.1) (17) (20) ÂƒÂ™Â Â?Âš (28) Â?Â… (40) Â?ÂƒÂ€ (49) Â‰Â… (55) (44) (23) Âƒ (38) Â˜Â?Â… (46) Â˜Â‰Â‰ (65) Â˜Â™ (59) Â„Â?Â€Â€ (60) Â„Âˆ (29) Â„ (64) Â€ Â˜ (50) Â… (54) (62) Â• (45) Â‰ (35) ÂĄ (39) Âƒ Â• (43) ÂĄÂ˜ÂĄ (31) (30) Â€ (34) (52) Â‰Â‰ (58) Â… (56) ÂˆÂ€ (48) Â”Â? (51) ÂˆÂ„Â“ (42)
MAY 17, 2012 5:30
Â Â? Â "Two Birds" Â?Â?Â?Â Â ~ Â€ Â… Â… Â†Â? "Wicked Game"
Â‡ Â€ Â‹ Â?ÂŒÂ‚Â‚~ Â‹ ÂŽ Â‚ Â?Â„Â‚ Â‘ ÂƒÂ’ Â… "The Crimson Â‹ Â?Â?Â?Â Â€ "Firewall" Â Hat" Â ÂŒÂ‚Â‚ ~
Â‘ Â“Â“ ~ Â… ÂÂ• Â‘ ÂÂ‘Â ÂÂ‘Â Â? "Results "Tessellations" Â’ ÂŒÂ† Â’
Â‘ Â„ Â’ Show" Â„ Â’ ÂÂŒ Â– Â? Â?Â?Â?Â? Â„Â ÂÂ€Â‚Â? Â?Â‚
Â€~ Â? Â?Â?Â?Â?Â Â ~ ÂƒÂ?Â?Â?Â Â‘Â‚ Â? ÂŽ Â? ÂÂŒ Â– Â…Â‘ Â—Â? "Grant: For the Â‘ ÂŒÂ‚Â‚~ ÂŒÂ‚Â‚ "Flight" Â People" Â ~ Â‚Â‰ÂŠ Â? Âˆ~ Â Â‘ Â…Â‘ Â—Â? Â… "The Crimson Âˆ ~ Âˆ ~ "Flight" Â
Â‘ Hat" Â Â Â? Â—Â˜ Â‰Â’Â’ Â‰Â’Â’ ÂƒÂŠÂ„Â?Â? Âˆ ÂŒ Â“Â‰Â—Â Â… ÂŒ ÂŒ Â„Âˆ "Katy Perry" "The Birthday" ~ Â? Â‚Âƒ ÂÂŒ Â– Â‘ ÂƒÂ’ Â… "The Crimson Â€ ~
Â‘ "Firewall" Â Hat" Â ~ ÂŒ ÂŒ "Ghost ÂŒ "Street "Wings" "Lotto Fever" Â… "What Â… "Voices" "Shadow Boxer" Money" "Poison" Bride" Fresh Hell?" Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â› Â˜Â‹Â›
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Published on May 10, 2012