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  • Boycott letter adds to negative discourse

    first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion It was very disappointing to read the Jan. 25 letter to the editor,  “Wonder if the liberals will boycott Super Bowl.” The writer’s comments contribute to the ongoing negative dialogue in our country. This is one letter that should have gone in the circular file.Lisa KubanSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady department heads: Budget cutbacks would further stress already-stretched departmentsEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsTroopers: Schenectady pair possessed heroin, crack cocaine in Orange County Thruway stopFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Schenectady police reform sessions pivot to onlinelast_img read more

  • Syracuse leans on Kevin Rice, Randy Staats to beat Duke for 1st ACC championship in program history

    first_imgCHESTER, Pa. — As a Case Matheis shot sailed over the Syracuse goal in the closing seconds of the fourth quarter, Paolo Ciferri raced Kyle Keenan to the ball to claim the final possession. Ciferri’s outreached stick gave SU the ball and a gutsy come-from-behind win. The Orange bench emptied onto the field and dogpiled around senior goalie Bobby Wardwell, while head coach John Desko embraced his coaching staff.Across the field, Duke slowly paced away from the swarm of white Syracuse jerseys celebrating the first Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship in program history. “Very veteran older team, experienced, hungry,” Duke head coach John Danowski said. “Older kids are hungry, there’s a sense of urgency. “They know the clock is ticking for them and this is going to be over pretty soon.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThird-seeded Syracuse (11-2, 2-2 ACC) beat the fourth-seeded, two-time defending national champion Blue Devils (11-5, 1-3) 15-14 at PPL Park on Sunday afternoon in the ACC tournament finals. With a roster chock full of veterans, it was 12 combined points from senior attacks Kevin Rice and Randy Staats that pushed the Orange to the monumental win. The duo helped SU claw back into the game in the second quarter, sustain a slim lead throughout the second half and ultimately edge Duke in front of 7,348 fans. “When a guy always gets big points everybody always kind of looks at him, but they don’t look at the big picture,” Danowski said of Rice and the SU offense. “It’s the guys he’s playing with, guys move off the ball well to get open and a really tough team to defend because everybody’s capable.”Rice has now played and scored in four consecutive conference championship games. He created space where there seemingly was none against Duke, and scored his first goal of the game when he shook off Brian Dunne and tiptoed along the crease to give SU its first lead of the game at 7-6 with 7:59 left in the first half.Staats showed his experience in acrobatic flashes. After taking a slash to the head, the senior fell to his knees as the crowd came to a hush. He stood up and had his helmet buckled in by fellow senior Nicky Galasso. Thirty seconds later it was another Staats-Rice production in the making.Rice fed the ball to Staats, who then finished off the give-and-go with a behind-the-back pass to Rice over his right shoulder between two defenders. Rice’s score gave SU a two-goal buffer with 15 minutes left in the game. “I like playing toward the end of the year when the intensity is higher and everyone sort of knows everything about everyone,” Rice said. “It’s the teams that can think a step ahead and sort of figure out what’s coming next that’ll be successful.”Held silent for much of the first three quarters, it was star midfielder Myles Jones who brought the Blue Devils back.Three minutes into the fourth quarter, Jones scored from 15 yards out to bring the Blue Devils within one goal at 12-11. He vigorously pumped his arms up and down, violently shouting at his bench over the roar of the crowd to energize his team. “There was a lot of energy in this game and coming down to the wire,” Jones said. “The big players, the experienced players on our team are going to step up.”Syracuse held its counterpunch for a few minutes before Staats unleashed his second highlight-reel goal. He laid out full-extension to swat a bouncing ball into the goal as he flung himself to the ground. And with Staats swinging the momentum back to the Orange, the crowd noise and player reactions grew volatile as the clock wound down.A three-goal lead with just over three minutes to play was reduced to a one-goal lead in a 24-second span. But the missed shot by Matheis, retrieval by Ciferri, and 50-yard chuck by Wardwell secured the conference championship for Syracuse. In a 60-minute seesaw affair that saw no lead bigger than three for the last three quarters, it was an experienced and well-versed veteran core that tipped the scale in favor of the Orange. “You want to win every game you play, especially when there’s a trophy on the line, it adds intensity to the game,” Rice said. “To know that we can go in and win a game on the first day…  and win another game at the end of the weekend is good to know moving forward.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 26, 2015 at 3:30 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossmanlast_img read more


    first_imgThe annual Taste of Donegal Food Festival kicks-off later this summer and there organisers have produced another ‘delicious’ looking line-up of events and entertainment.Mary McGettigan’s pride for Donegal Town is electric and it drives all of her activities. Couple this pride with a passion for food and a belief in Donegal’s Food Tourism potential, and you get a powerhouse; a driving force of Donegal’s Food Community.Mary has again along with her colleagues produced a superb week of events for Taste of Donegal Food Festival.Here’s some of the chef’s who will be showcasing their culinary talents this summer.CHEF SHANE SMITH Chef Shane Smith currently Head Pastry Chef over the Fallon & Byrne group in Dublin trained in our local Letterkenny Institute of Technology (Tourism)Killybegs Donegal,and graduated from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology with a degree in Culinary Arts, specialising in Pastry. Shane is also the In-House Chef for one of our exhibitors Coole Swan Irish Liquor, doing recipe research and development & to date has published five cookery books with the company.CHEF MARTIN ANDERSONChef Martin Anderson also studied Culinary Arts at Tourism College Killybegs and is now more commonly known as “FAT CHEF SLIM” is head chef at Moonshine Coffee Shop and The Crest Catering Company. Over. the course of a year through healthy eating and exercise he lost 5st and has promoted a healthy lifestyle through his cookery Demos & through his menu’s Martin has also published his own lifestyle Cookery Book , Fat Chef Slim Recipes From The journeyCHEF ZACK GALLAGHERFrom Donegal Town we have Zack Gallagher who also studied at Tourism College Killybegs and currently executive head chef at the Central Hotel and founder of the Irish food website, www.IrishFoodGuide.ie which highlights food events and promotes artisan Irish food producers & places to eat. Zack is creating Irish Food Tours, a concept which aims to provide a complete food tourism experience for inbound tour operators. He is also one of Ireland’s top-followed Twitter Foodies as @IrishFoodGuide..CHEF ANTHONY ARMSTRONGOne of Donegal’s best-known chefs – Anthony Armstrong headed to Kinsale earlier this year to represent The Food Coast, Donegal in the 5th All-Ireland Chowder Cook-Off competition. Anthony has been a past President of the Panel of Chefs of Ireland, he has also held the role of both PR and marketing officer for the prestigious organisation.Apart from this heavy workload, Anthony was also the culinary director of the panel of chefs and demonstration chef with the N.I Seafood/BIM and Ulster pork forum. CHEF REMY DUPUYRemy Dupuy is originally from Bordeaux in South West France. He trained in the famous Mazamet Catering collage. Remy head chef at Castle Murray House Hotel & Restaurant since 1995 uses his knowledge of French traditional cooking with his love of Irish ingredients to create dishes that once enjoyed will have you planning your next trip back to Castle Murray.. Great care, attention to detail is given to the design, creation and delivery of each dish on the menu, which reflects the dedication and desire for greatness which motivates Remy and his team.We are inviting you to COME ALONG DISCOVER, DINE & DELIGHT IN DONEGALTOWN from Friday 28th August – Sunday 30th August 2015TASTE OF DONEGAL FOOD FESTIVAL SET TO WET THE APPETITE THIS SUMMER was last modified: June 26th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessFeaturesnewsTaste of Donegal Festivallast_img read more

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