Slingerland

18 Jul 19
Seo Company in London

When we asked marketers what tools they were planning to use in 2019, we received more than 70 responses with nearly as many tools. They run the gamut from keyword research, site audits, backlink analysis, and content ideation to scheduling, testing, editing, link-building, outreach, and email marketing. And that’s just to name a few. (SEO […]

17 Jul 19
Spotlight News

BETHLEHEM — Robert Leslie, the town’s Planning Division director, presented to the Town Board on Wednesday, July 10 a summary of comments, themes and issues residents across seven hamlets brought up in community forums in the past year. The community forums, as part of the comprehensive plan update’s first phase, had been held throughout town […]

16 Jul 19
Parallelograms

A playlist Tom Waits 22 de Junho de 2015 A sequência 01 – Ol’ 55 Closing Time, 1973 Well, my time went so quicklyI went lickety-splitly out to my ol’ fifty-fiveAs I pulled away slowly, feeling so holyGod knows I was feeling alive Now the sun’s coming up, I’m riding with Lady LuckFreeway cars and […]

14 Jul 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

This Slingerland 5×14 Chrome Snare drum is a nice blast from the past.  Bright, cutting, and full bodied, this snare is amazing tuned up or down.  You can confidently use this snare in any genre, as it has enough body to fit into jazz, and enough bite to play in more aggressive styles. This snare […]

12 Jul 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

Up for sale is a Vintage Slingerland chrome over brass 14″ snare drum. This is is in fair to good condition. It sounds great with a bright but contained tone. The metal was starting to pit before it was professionally refurbished (see photos for more detail). The snare wires are not original.   Thanks for […]

12 Jul 19
FCAcapitalregion

Coaches! You spend your time serving athletes, we are here to serve you. Coaching is not for the feint of heart and we know that. As a coach you will touch more lives than the average person will in a life time (Billy Graham quoted that and he couldn’t be more right!) That’s a lot […]

12 Jul 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

Here is a fair condition Vintage Slingerland 14″ Aluminum Snare drum. It is almost all original except for the snare wire and heads. This snare drum has a bold sharp tone and a nice high frequency resonance that only metal snares produce.     Thank you for checking out our listing!

12 Jul 19
Albany Poets

Here’s a look at the poetry and spoken word readings, open mics, workshops, events, and slams in the region this week.

10 Jul 19
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine Blog

What are you reading this summer? Summer can be a time when the pace of work and life slow just a bit, affording us a chance to pick up that book we’ve had sitting on our nightstand or follow through on someone’s suggestion for a ‘must read.’ I have a vacation coming up, during which […]

07 Jul 19
Boston Herald
American pride was at center stage on City Hall plaza as hundreds turned out to watch the U.S. women’s team win its fourth World Cup with a convincing 2-0 victory against the Netherlands. “I think it’s awesome so many people came out to support women’s soccer,” said Emma Grugan, a student at the College of the Holy Cross. “I think as a nation there is such a focus on men’s sports, to get the city support to come out here and cheer on the girls is awesome.” #gallery-1750224-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1750224-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1750224-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1750224-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Samantha MacAvoy, 11, of Atkinson, N.H., center, and her moms, Jen, left, and Sue MacAvoy cheer during the Women’s World Cup watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Joey Johnson of Manchester, N.H., reacts to the US team scoring a goal during the Women’s World Cup watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Joey Johnson of Manchester, N.H., reacts to the US team winning the Women’s World Cup during a watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Emily Marte of Malden cheers ad the US team scores a goal during the Women’s World Cup watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Tony DiCola III lifts up his daughter, Angelina, 10, as his wife, Cali, and son, Anthony, 12, cheer for a US goal during the Women’s World Cup watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Emma Grugan, left, Elena Benassi, and other spectators react to a US goal during the Women’s World Cup watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – JULY 7: Netherlands fans Linde Dekker, left, Susan van den Boogaard and Lisa Nieland react during the Women’s World Cup watch party at Boston City Hall Plaza on July 7, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Angela Rowlings/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) Cheers and chants of “USA” erupted across the plaza as the women’s team scored the two goals that secured the back-to-back championship. “I was confident the whole game. I knew they had it,” said Joey Johnson of Manchester, N.H. Johnson, with an American flag draped over his shoulders, was just one of many decked out in red, white and blue — even dogs in patriotic bandanas were on the plaza. Fans went wild, jumping, screaming and hugging in the electric air at City Hall as the final goal was scored. “Of course it is exciting. This is history, history for soccer, history for women and history for our country,” said Emily Marte of Malden. “Everyone out here, being with the community, supporting the USA team is amazing.” She said it was midfielder Megan Rapinoe who changed the whole game with her penalty kick that scored the USA’s first goal. “She just set the mood with that one, though I am happy they didn’t get two penalty kicks because my heart just wouldn’t be able to take it,” Marte said. Marte said Rapinoe should also be praised for her off-field performances too — for standing up to President Trump as well pushing for gender equality within FIFA, the organization governing the World Cup. “She really said it best. I think you need to stand up for what you believe, and with her platform to stand up and say that, I think, is amazing and respectable,” Marte said. Shortly after the game Trump said on Twitter, “Congratulations to the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team on winning the World Cup! Great and exciting play. America is proud of you all!” U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley also congratulated the team on Twitter, ending her post with a reference to the women’s team’s pay dispute with U.S. Soccer, “Now pay them what you owe them.” At City Hall, amid the sea of Stars and Stripes, were pockets of orange as Dutch spectators cheered right alongside the Americans. “I think it was a challenge and a reward for (Team USA) because if it had been an easy game, the Americans wouldn’t feel as good. It is always better to win against a strong team,” said Holland native Annabelle Slingerland. “I am certainly proud of my team. It has been great.”
04 Jul 19
Thoughts of a Taoist Bookseller

One aspect of Taoism that is quite unique is that it is not strictly a religion. Unlike any other belief systems in the world (that I know of), Taoism can be followed as a religion, philosophy or a spiritual path. Other religions are just religions, and other philosophies are just philosophies. Spiritual seekers find a […]

03 Jul 19
Spotlight News

BETHLEHEM — Monolith Solar has to repay $54,222 in tax breaks as the solar installation company failed to complete its $4.9 million Slingerlands headquarters, according to the Bethlehem Industrial Development Agency. The amount — which the company had received prior to stopping the building’s construction at Vista Technology Park off Route 85 in Slingerlands — […]

02 Jul 19
Spotlight News

ALBANY — Thanks to a federal grant, seniors living in the county can register for a “Go & Dine” program that will allow them to eat for free at 10 participating restaurants four times a month. “Social isolation is a serious problem with studies showing that half of those over 60 years old are at […]

26 Jun 19
Spotlight News

By KATIE HOPSICKER intern@spotlightnews.com SLINGERLANDS — Linda Kindlon and Justin Cary are bringing sweet treats to Slingerlands. Their company, Bake For You, celebrated its new location with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, June 20. Holding ceremonial scissors and surrounded by friends, owner Linda Kindlon held back tears, saying “Bake For You started with me […]