Update: According to the 72nd Precinct, Rogelio Villanueva, a 25 year old from Port Chester, fell from the collapsed scaffolding and suffered a cut to the head and "severe" back and head injuries; he was taken to Lutheran Medical. ...
GCN Publishing, the leading Internet development firm for magazine publishing companies, is expanding its software development team. Put your programming skills to work for some of the most exciting magazine brands in the country.
We are actively looking for senior web programmers, developers and project managers with the following skills:
Experience building applications with MySQL and/or SQL Server
The ability to work directly with customers and juggle multiple projects at once.Although it is not required, prior experience working with a magazine, newspaper or industry association is a plus.
We are an 11-year-old development firm that offers a competitive salary, 401K, health benefits and a great working environment with a team that is proven to be the best in its field.
If you have the right background, we are willing to train.At GCN, you will have the opportunity to:Build media web sites for some of the largest publishers in the United States
Design web-based applications that are so innovative and market-leading, our competitors just can't keep up
Be involved in developing new products that significatly change the way publishers do business.
Please note that these are full-time positions at our offices in Port Chester, NY. If you want to grow as a software developer and be part of a winning team, apply now.
Phantom Entertainment, a company that once planned to release a PC-based broadband gaming device, but later switched its target to an on-demand game software service that has yet to launch, announced on Tuesday that it has secured a $1.3 million loan to support the release of a wireless keyboard and mouse gaming accessory.The loan was provided by European investors LINLEY Management. Separately, Phantom announced that Timothy M. Roberts, its chairman, founder and former CEO when the company was known as Infinium Labs, has resigned to pursue new business opportunities. Last year, Roberts was charged by the SEC for operating a "junk fax" scheme aimed at artificially inflating the company's share price. New York-based Phantom has secured partnerships with Alienware and IONE Technologies to distribute and manufacture its Phantom Wireless Lapboard and Phantom Wireless Mouse, which it plans to launch in the fourth quarter of 2007.
This lovely cape is situated in a quiet family neighborhood located on the Greenwich CT line. Fenced in level back yard w/ brand new mahogany deck, tilt in vinyl windows, hardwood flrs on 1st flr & 2nd floors with some carpet . Central air. Completely remodeled kitchen w/ breakfast bar and recessed lighting. Chandeliers to stay. Open and airy living room with a fireplace. Furniture on main level may be negotiable. Close to all major highways. Town has railroad into Grand Central. Easy commute to the city. ..
Consequently, I boarded the 7:53am Metro North train from Port Chester, NY this morning with a fresh copy of The New York Times under my arm; a publication I once again realize I don’t read because it makes me sad. ...
FISHED THE INCOMING TIDE FRIDAY NIGHT. STARTED OUT OUTSIDE MAMARONECK CLOSE TO SHORE HAD A FEW RUNS RIGHT AWAY BUT DID NOT CONNECT. WENT OVER TO MANHASSET,FOUND BUNKER OUTSIDE THE HARBOR AND FISHED THE BAIT SCHOOLS FOR NO RESULTS. MOVED BACK TO 42 IN 45 FEET STARTED PICKING A FEW BLUES, LOST A FEW THEN THE BITE STOPPED SO I MOVED OUT TO WHERE THE PARTY BOATS WERE AND DIDNT SEE ANYTHING TO CAPTURE MY INTEREST. WENT BACK IN CLOSE BY THE CAPS PICKED ONE BIG BLUE, AND HAD SOME RUNS. MOVED AGAIN CLOSE IN BY PLAYLAND AND CAUGHT TWO KEEPER BASS AND A BUNCH OF SHORTS. LOST ONE REAL GOOD ONE DOWN IN THE ROCKS.WIND AGAINST TIDE TONITE, WHAT A PAIN IN THE KIESTER.FLUKING TOMORROW.
SOUTH YARMOUTH - Ann R. Cerbone, 89, of South Yarmouth, formerly of Port Chester, N.Y., and Boynton Beach, Fla., died Monday, July 2, 2007, with her family at her side.Ann was the beloved wife of Louis M. Cerbone, to whom she was married for 72 years.In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter, Virginia and her husband, Richard Duffy, of Houston, Texas; her son, Michael and his wife Cheryl Cerbone of South Yarmouth; her daughter, Carol and her husband, Richard Aimone, of Harwich; and her daughter, Donna and her husband, Mark Alley, of Wallingford, Conn.Ann was also the loving and attentive grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of 15.Visitation will be at the Congregational Church of South Dennis, 216 Main St., South Dennis, on Friday, July 6, from 10 a.m. to noon. A service will be held at 12:30 p.m. at the church. A brief graveside service will take place on Saturday, July 7, at 11 a.m., at St. Mary's Cemetery, Port Chester, N.Y.The family would like to thank Hospice & Palliative Care of Cape Cod for their wonderful support and care during a very difficult time.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Cape Cod or the American Diabetes Association in memory of Ann R. Cerbone.
My father and I recently had the pleasure of visiting the Album X manufacturing facility in Port Chester, New York. Album X manufactures the Renaissance and Renaissance The Book album lines that we have been proud to represent for many years. Although I have visited Album X before, they have moved their RTB production from Soho in Manhattan up to Port Chester so that all of their albums would be made under one roof. Terry Huang, the owner of Album X, provided us with some insights on what his team is working on in preparation for 2008. New products and software updates for their design software, Soho Styler, are well underway. Needless to say, they have some wonderful things planned for their product lines, which will hopefully be well received by photographers. As the pioneer of the modern wedding album, RTB has continued to make beautifully designed, quality albums.
As we toured their facility, I kept thinking that if most photographers could see the time it takes to make these albums, they would certainly understand why they are considered one of the best lines in the world. It also struck me that many people may not realize that they truly are made by hand, one at a time. Album X uses old world binding techniques, handed down from generation to generation to ensure quality and craftsmanship. For example, it takes over 18 precise hand folds to wrap the 4 corners of each album cover! The number of quality control stations that each album goes through in the manufacturing process is also amazing. Every step of the way, the product is reviewed to make sure that only the best goes out the door.
At Albums Inc., we make it our business to find the best for our clients. As a professional, your photography deserves the best packaging to showcase itsbeauty and timelessness. That’s what we believe in, and that’s what wedeliver at Albums Inc.
The Port Chester Council for the Arts has been going strong for more than two decades — and shows no sign of slowing down. This summer, they’ll present four productions:. Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs for a New World,” with adults 20 and ...