The FBI, operating out of Albany, has arrested two men in connection to what they are considering a terror plot, one in which the men were allegedly trying to build a device to kill specific people with an instrument that was designed to emit radiation.
Ray Allen is the best three point shooter of all time. But no shot in his entire career was more meaningful to his team than the one he hit at the end of regulation in last night's Game Six of the NBA Finals. A miss would have resulted in the Heat's elimination. Instead, he buries the shot, the Heat win in overtime, and we are going to Game Seven.
Parrot Head Festival is coming up, on Saturday, June 22, at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds. And with Parrot Head Festival just days away, we are letting our loyalty club members in on a special offer for discounted tickets that will put the island fun of Parrot Head Festival closer than ever!
With the Fourth of July fast approaching, there are a ton of fireworks shows to choose from in the Albany area. Never fear, however, because we're here to put together a list of the very best ones so that you can get ready for the one closest to you, or start a new tradition and head to another show in the area.
As the Yankees get ready to take on the Los Angeles Dodgers, the eyes of many will be affixed to Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, the rookie sensation from Cuba who is batting an inhuman .479 in 13 games as a Major League Baseball player. Now, fans can follow him on and off the field, as he just joined Twitter.
Game Five of the NBA Finals saw the return of Manu Ginobili to the spotlight, as he played his best game of the year in the most important game of the year. That, combined with Danny Green becoming the most prolific three point shooter in a single NBA Finals ever, propelled the Spurs to a win and a 3-2 series lead. Tonight, we will either have a new champion, or a Game Seven.
After Game Four of the NBA Finals, we know as much about the fate of this series as we did prior to Game One. The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat have exchanged punches, alternating victories in each game of this series. Tonight, we have a pivotal Game Five in San Antonio, with the winner forcing their opponent to sweep the final two games in Miami to claim the championship.
Still need a last minute gift for Father’s Day? We’ve got you covered! It is one thing to say that you love your dad, but it’s another thing to show it, and what better way to show dad your love than with beer?
For today only, we are giving you the opportunity to give your dad the ultimate Father’s Day gift: unlimited sampling of the best craft beers in America at Saratoga Brewfest, which is going on tomorrow, June 15, from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m a
Tony Parker has been a bit of an enigma in the NBA Finals with his inconsistent play, yet it is undeniable that the San Antonio Spurs are a better team with him on the court. Despite being listed as questionable with a strained hamstring earlier today, Parker says that he is ready to go and will take the floor in Game Four of the Finals tonight.
When we last left you after Game Three of the NBA Finals, we left you in a state of confusion, after a surreal game in which two role players for the San Antonio Spurs outscored the entire starting lineup of the Miami Heat en route to a blowout win. It was such a blowout, in fact, that Tracy McGrady played for the second straight game.
For every bit as close as Game One of the NBA Finals was, Game Two was the opposite, when a 33-5 run during the third and fourth quarters propelled the Miami Heat to a resounding victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Tonight, the teams square off in a pivotal Game Three that will give the winner the inside track to the title.
In some completely not surprising news, the television ratings for this year's NBA Finals are down from last year's, in which LeBron James and Kevin Durant had a literal and figurative clash of the titans to decide the 2011-2012 NBA championship. But did the Tony Awards help to ruin the ratings for last night's Game Two?
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