Since 1878, reporters at the Recorder have delivered the news of the world to doorsteps around the Mohawk Valley. The editorial team staffs writers of diverse backgrounds, including journalism students, dairy farmers, and school principals, to bring unique and varied insights to local intercourse. A meaty news section broadcasts local, national, and world events, mixing human-interest stories with stories of politics, crime, and spiking lemonade prices. In-season sports articles include insights from a team of sportswriters who collectively hold over 10 New York Newspaper Publishers Association awards. Additionally, the lifestyle section and local events calendar keeps readers abreast of community happenings, and an entertainment section vets local hotspots and movies.
A father and his sons caked head to toe in mud. A mother and daughter, hands clasped, strolling through the park. A man riding his motorcycle into the sunset. When Todd Bailey steps behind the lens, he strives to capture subjects in the midst of activities they love with the people they love. Combining posed and candid images, Todd photographs everyone from families and couples to fashion models and rock musicians. To preserve each client’s favorite pictures, he offers prints with glossy or metallic finishes, as well as canvas prints up to 32”x48” in size. Besides portrait sessions, Todd lends his artistic eye to commercial and landscape photography.
Signature service: Bicycle retailer and service
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: Campagnolo, Shimano, SRAM, Topeak, Axiom, Fuji, Raleigh,Trek
Pro Tip: We have tons of accessories and parts, largest collection that is open to the public in the area.
Bike World USA's staff all boast some level of expertise in bicycles, but the store's most incredible asset, according to the manager, is its deep shelves. "Our warehouses grant access to just about any replacement part on the spot," he says, "cutting wait time drastically." Whether someone brings in a bike for repair, tune-up, or soup-up, the team readily tackles the task, drawing upon thousands of brand-name components and accessories already in stock. They're also perfectly willing to follow instructions from experienced cyclists or make comprehensive recommendations to new ones, such as which helmet is a good fit or which set of training wheels is most invisible. In fact, the manager has only one piece of advice everyone needs to know before they come visit: "Drive up Sarnowski Drive. The next road over is riddled with potholes."
Informing readers in Schenectady, Saratoga, Fulton, Montgomery, Schoharie, and Albany Counties with daily print editions since 1894, the Daily Gazette has outlasted its competitors and the vagrancies of the newspaper business. It's changed with the times, from updating its women's pages to the Life and Leisure section to using color photos to going online in 1996. Now long past the days of dial-up connections, the Gazette's subscribers can adapt the Internet edition to their needs—reading the entire print edition electronically, accessing bonus articles and photos not available in the hard-copy paper, and participating in online discussions about how much to tip the e-paperboy.