Apr 9, 2007
Stephen Sherokey Profile
As a double alumnus of Northeastern, I say ... Go Pats! And why all of this Upstate New York, "Home Team" hoopla for a team from Joyzee, anyway?!? (Feb 2, 2012 | post #1)
When I was in Ukraine, I could not find Saratoga's contribution to the junk food world in its original plain form. All potato chips there are flavored (and some were just awful). (Jun 16, 2011 | post #1)
Good Luck to The Flurry! Made it be the best one ever! (Feb 15, 2011 | post #1)
It was amazing to see the number of people in Downtown Saratoga Springs on Saturday Chow(der)ing Down! Some of the venue lines were down the block! My favorite Saratoga Chowder (for what it's worth) is the Corn Crab from Peabody's. New England thick with a Southern kick! (Feb 9, 2011 | post #1)
Craig: You are certainly welcome to relocate to Saratoga Springs. Our winters are harsh but skiers and skaters absolutely love them. Our summers are special, as for seven weeks we host the finest thoroughbred racing meet in the world (as I assume that you very well know). Here in Saratoga Springs and in the Capital and Southern Adirondack Regions of New York we have a number of fitness facilities, as well as in adjacent Western New England. Lake Placid is a winter training center for the United States Olympic Committee. If you choose to return, you may want to make it during the spring. A winter trip up can be the opportunity to seek work. Staying with your family in New York can help make to the transition as smooth and inexpensive as possible. Best wishes in what every you decide to do. Steve (Sep 28, 2010 | post #2)
As the cable TV Voice of the Adirondack Red Wings, I just want to say thanks to the Phantoms for doing this! So Many Memories! (Jan 15, 2010 | post #1)
Peabody's (by the Saratoga Springs Public Library) is the oldest sports bar. The two Stadiums (one on Broadway and the other on the West Side) are the two other popular ones located Downtown. All are in walking distance from each other and all will have the game(s) that you are looking for. Welcome to Racing City, USA to Bob from North Carolina. I hope that you enjoy your Holiday stay in Toga Town with your family. Steve (Dec 7, 2009 | post #2)
With Zenyatta's stunning victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic, the big question is ... who is the Horse of the Year? (Nov 7, 2009 | post #1)
Adding one or two more trains per day that do a round trip to New York City via Saratoga Springs would be a big boost for Racing City. It would mean that Saratogians would no longer have to drive to Albany for to get a train for the City, as the current number of two is too few for a realistic commute. Let's hope that this proposal becomes a reality in the near future. New Yorkers owe a debt of gratitude to Vermont for taking this initiative that will very much be to our benefit. (Oct 20, 2009 | post #1)
Albany Massage Professionals are ... the Most Professional! (Sep 23, 2009 | post #1)
Tim Ice and Belmont winner Summer Bird not only chased history, ... they caught it! (Aug 29, 2009 | post #1)
Anyone writing a book about the blanket should talk to Chuck Taylor at the Buzz for the story behind the story before publishing anything. Terry Meyocks approved the concept and contract because it fell under the jurisdiction of the Racing Department and not Promotions. The blanket has to be made of non abrasive material to be draped over the horse and meet the same standards at the White Carnations blanket that had been traditionally presented to the winner of the Belmont Stakes in Elmont. (Aug 28, 2009 | post #4)
Today Saratoga Race Course kicks off it's six weeks of World Wide Wonder! What are your plans for the next six weeks? Whatever they are, the SSN sure hopes that they are ... Winning Ones! We'll see you at The Track, at SPAC ... and all around Toga Town. (Jul 29, 2009 | post #1)
You can always catch me around ... The Track! (Jul 27, 2009 | post #3)
A very nice article by Karen Jones of The Daily News. However, we all know that the Breakfast Buffet isn't free (well, for most people, anyway), unless she meant that admission in the AM is free. However, it is still very well worth it! There's no better place to meet than ... at the Track! Editor (Jul 26, 2009 | post #1)
Q & A with Stephen Sherokey
Saratoga Springs News Editor
Saratoga Springs, NY
Saratoga Race Course, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, book places and local oases.
I Belong To:
St. George's, PEF, the Saratoga Chamber, the Saratoga County Labor Council, the airwaves, the blogosphere and Wouldn't It Be Nice ... You!
When I'm Not on Topix:
I'm working, studying as a perpetual student, being a face seen on your radio or playing my piano, guitar or bass and singing.
Read My Forum Posts Because:
You'll get an inside government perspective.
I'm Listening To:
Pet Sounds. God Only Knows.
Read This Book:
Paul McCartney Many Years From
A fine woman, some fine wine, and an awful lot of time! (Softly) Ahh, just making music divine.
On My Mind:
Too many things. Help me to get focused. Please?!?
Blog / Website / Homepage:
I Believe In:
God and that He is Love. I also believe that the fruits of one's labor may not be reaped by them, but that history will judge them with the highest respect. ... Finally, I'm never so serious that I can't be taken seriously! Well how funny is that? Now ... what do You believe in? Your turn to answer.
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