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WNBA Picks 02/06/2023

2023.06.02 23:48 911one87 WNBA Picks 02/06/2023

Bet Record: 12-15 Individual Picks: 13-17

Yesterdays Picks 01/06/2023

Connecticut Sun @ Minnesota Lynx at 8 EST

Connecticut Sun -7.5
DeWanna Bonner 20+ Points
Tiffany Hayes Points U13.5
Kayla McBride REB O4.5
Napheesa Collier AST O2.5

Todays picks 02/06/2023

NY Liberty Vs. Chicago Sky @6pm

Chicago Sky +9.5 FD odds -105
NY/CHI OVER 158.5 FD odds -110
Breanna Stewart 30+ PTS (.5 u) FD odds +360
Kahleah Copper U15.5 FD odds +100

Dallas Wings Vs. Washington Mystics @7pm

Dallas Wings +7.5 FD odds -108
DAL/WAS UNDER 166.5 FD odds -112

Las Vegas Aces Vs. Atlanta Dream @8pm

Atlanta Dream +11.5 FD odds -110
LV/ATL OVER 172.5 FD odds -110

Los Angeles Sparks Vs. Phoenix Mercury @10pm

LA Sparks ML FD odds +146
LA/PHX OVER 162.5 FD odds -115
BOL to anyone that tails!
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2023.06.02 08:53 WonderWomanPhi Summer To Do List

Here’s a list I’ve compiled of all the major summer events, thought it would be helpful:
Taste of Syracuse • June 2-3 11am-10pm • Clinton Square
Syracuse Bike Party • Last Saturday of each month, 6:45 meet time • Clinton Square (or alternative site)
Fayetteville Farmers Market CNY • Every Thursday, 12-6pm • Fayetteville Town Center
Syracuse Downtown Farmers Market • Every Tuesday, 8am-2pm • Clinton Square
Cazenovia Farmers' Market • Every Saturday, 9am-2pm • Memorial Park on Albany Street
Bank Alley Urban Market • June 11, July 16, August 13 • 11am-4pm • Bank Allley Downtown Syracuse
Bank Alley Social Club • Shop Small Sundays • June 18, July 23 • 11am-5pm • Located at Salt City Market
Syracuse Shakespeare In The Park • June 2-11 • Thornden Park Amphitheater
St. Sophia’s Greek Cultural Festival • June 8-10 • 325 Waring Road
CNY Pride Festival & Parade • June 10, 11am parade, 12-5pm festival • Inner Harbor
2023 New York State Blues Festival • June 15-17 • Chevy Court
Westcott Art Trail • June 17, 10am-6pm • Westcott Community Center
Polish Days in Syracuse • June 9-11 • Clinton Square
Syracuse Jazz Fest • June 21-25 • Hanover and Clinton Square
St. Elias Middle Eastern Festival • July 13-16, various times • 4988 Onondaga Road
Syracuse Nationals • July 20-22 • NYS Fairgrounds
M&T Bank Syracuse Arts & Crafts Festival • July 28-30 • Columbus Circle
Skaneateles Antique and Classic Boat Show • July 28-30 • Skaneateles, NY
Visit Syracuse Hanover Square Thursdays • Live music every Thursday in August • Hanover Square Downtown
Madison Bouckville Antique Week • August 14-20 • Rt 20 Bouckville, NY
The Skaneateles Festival • Live music events • July-August, various dates • Downtown Skaneateles
St. George Macedonian Festival • August 4-6 • 5083 Onondaga Road
CNY Scottish Games • August 12, 9am-8pm • Long Branch Park, Liverpool
Syracuse Irish Festival • September 8-9 • Clinton Square
Strathmore Art on the Porches • September 9, 11am-5pm • Ruskin Ave
Golden Harvest Festival • September 9-10, 10am-5pm • Beaver Lake Nature Center
Festa Italiana Syracuse • September 15-17 • Corner of Montgomery and Washington Streets (in front of city hall)
Westcott Street Cultural Fair • October 1, 12-6:30pm • Westcott Neighborhood
LaFayette Apple Festival • October 7-8 • 5330 Rowland Road, LaFayette
Syracuse Mets Home Games June: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 28, 29, 30 July: 1, 2, 3, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 August: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 September: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Rosamond Gifford Zoo • Open every sinlge day • 10:00am - 4:30pm
Museums: • Skä•noñh - Great Law of Peace Center • Everson Museum of Art • Museum of Science & Technology - MOST • Erie Canal Museum • Salt Museum • Onondaga Historical Association
Theaters and stages: • The Palace Theatre Syracuse • Landmark Theatre • The Westcott Theater • The Oncenter • Syracuse Stage • Redhouse Theater
Some parks and beaches, more below: • Beaver Lake Nature Center (has lots of activities and programs!) • Clark Reservation • Green Lakes State Park • Sylvan Beach Amusement Park • Thornden Park
Onondaga County Parks • Find parks, beaches, and activities here: https://onondagacountyparks.com
Syracuse Parks & Rec • Find parks and activities here: https://www.syr.gov/Departments/Parks-Recreation
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation • Find parks, beaches, activities, and historic sites here: https://parks.ny.gov
The Great New York State Fair Free/reduced price/theme days: ⭐️Thursday, August 24, 2023 Student Youth Day Youth and Students under 18 years of age are admitted free on this day. ID showing date of birth may be requested.
⭐️Friday, August 25, 2023 Pride Day The first state fair in America to host an official Pride Day to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.
New Americans Day Witness approximately 100 people as they complete a long and challenging process to pledge their allegiance to the United States and become Americans. Ceremony will be held at Daniella’s Seafood & Pasta House in the Art & Home Center.
⭐️Monday, August 28, 2023 Law Enforcement Day We honor the men and women of law enforcement in New York State with free admission to any active or retired law enforcement or corrections personnel who presents a badge or picture ID from the department from which they are or were employed.
⭐️Tuesday, August 29, 2023 Fire & Rescue Day We honor the brave men and women of fire and emergency services agencies with free admission to any active or retired member of a fire department or emergency services organization who has a picture ID from that department or organization.
⭐️Wednesday, August 30, 2023 Women's Day A mini-fair will be held from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the Chevy Court Pavilion featuring many advocacy groups for women… feel free to stop by to get information, learn, and ask any questions.
⭐️Thursday, August 31, 2023 Armed Forces Day We celebrate all members of the military with free admission to any active duty or veteran with military identification (Military ID Card, form DD-214 or NYS Driver License, Learner Permit or non-driver ID card with a veteran designation).
⭐️Friday, September 1, 2023 Native Americans Day We honor all members of Native American tribes with free admission on this day. ID is not required. Make sure to visit the Indian Village throughout the day for cultural performances and crafts.
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2023.05.30 20:48 ilovedowntowncamas Tomorrow! Opening Day of the Camas Farmer's Market! 3pm-7pm!

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2023.05.30 20:47 ilovedowntowncamas Tomorrow! Opening Day of the Camas Farmer's Market, 3pm-7pm!

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2023.05.30 20:45 ilovedowntowncamas Tomorrow! Opening Day of the Camas Farmer's Market! 3pm-7pm

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2023.05.30 03:19 brokoli95 Update: First Overnight Trip - Solo - NYC

I posted on this subreddit on late April/early May, to ask if anyone did a bikepacking trip to Harriman State Park before. Wanted to do another post after trip to share my findings for whomever wants to plan a similar trip.
I did the trip on May 12-13th. Actually wanted to post before but life was busy couldn't share the details before. Thanks for all the comments on my previous post, the comments made me realize that there are certain things that you just try & learn. I'll also def check the 718 Cyclery in the future for group trips.
The purpose of this trip was to explore my limits and the route to Big Hill Shelter, see it for myself that how bike accessible it actually is. I didn't want to use a full PTO from work, instead I asked to leave by 2pm. However, next time I'm definitely going to take the full day off to hit the road early. For the route, I decided to trust Google. From my start point I set course for Big Hill Shelter, adding The 9W Market as a stop. After midtown, I passed through Central Park then all the way to Upper Manhattan to George Washington bridge. Right when I entered Jersey, I immediately started cycling on the 9W all the way up to the market with no stops. After I had some food at my pitstop, I kept following Google Maps, now routes next to Hudson river that made me pass through some really cute townships until the Nyack Beach State Park. The road at the State Park was a bit rocky but also really leisurely sometimes right next to the river, sometimes in between trees under a nice shade. The journey was really bike friendly until the turn to Camp Winaki Rd from Call Hollow Rd.
My maps was telling me that Camp Winaki Rd is a wood road, so I assumed it was just going to be like riding on a path similar to the Nyack Beach State Park. I was able to ride my bike until a Park building next to what Google calls First Reservoir. At that point it started to get dark and Google started to be unreliable. I opened up the official Harriman Park map and figured out that I had to walk with my bike until the Long Path & Camp Winaki road intersection. Also need to mention that, because I spent a little time figuring out my direction, I was left in complete dark before getting to my destination. With the help of my flashlight, I continued to roll my bike on foot, and about 1.5 miles later (in about 45-60 minutes) I managed to find the shelter. The weather was 70 degrees and I was alone until 11:30pm. Was an amazing, peaceful night. Around 11:30pm, randomly, a group of boy scouts came to the shelter as well. We shared the area and talked for a bit.
My takeaways for next time is really a brief list: Leave early so no need to go through the excitement of trying to navigate in absolute dark and instead of Big Hill Shelter, putting Long Path Hiker's Parking to my maps and then following the Long Path for 30-45 minutes on foot from the other direction still heading towards the shelter. Also need to bring a water filter or carry more water depending the length of the trip. Leaving details and an equipment list below. Hopefully this will help others who want to do a similar trip!

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2023.05.24 16:00 LilFurn Next roller derby bout 6/17

Next roller derby bout 6/17
HUGE thank you to all who have attended the Albany All Stars Roller Derby league bouts so far this season! Really great turn out. Albany has really showed up for us, thank you!! Mark it on your calendar, next bout is June 17!! Until then… we will see you at Pride!! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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2023.05.23 03:34 PostPostModernism Tour Announcement! In support of the new album - shows start in September. Presale tickets available tomorrow if you are on the MCK email list.

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2023.05.22 01:50 HokaEleven Race Report: The one where my girlfriend bullied me into a huge PR

Race Information


Goal Description Completed?
A 1:40 No
B 1:43 Yes
C 1:45 Yes
D PR (1:49:39) Yes


Mile Time
1 7:47
2 7:48
3 7:51
4 7:47
5 7:43
6 7:30
7 7:30
8 7:21
9 7:32
10 7:36
11 7:37
12 7:45
13 7:37
0.1 0:40 (6:27 pace)


I used the BAA half marathon level two training plan and tweaked it with a few races that I would be running for NYRR's 9+1 program. This included a virtual half in the first week, which I deliberately ran/walked due to lower running fitness from ski season. My plan's mileage started at 23 and peaked at 32.
I liked the plan because it has higher mileage than Hal Higdon and puts a workout inside the long run, but I didn't like the fact that the long run alternates between Saturday and Sunday.


In the weeks leading up to the race, I obsessively looked at the weather and rode an emotional rollercoaster as temperatures modulated and the chance of rain came and went. I'm going to try to avoid this next time as it was just unnecessary stress over something I had absolutely no control over. The weather turned out ok.
I was in Wave 1 and NYRR suggested showing up at 5:40am for those not checking a bag. My girlfriend, who was pacing me, and I decided that we would pay for a little extra sleep and Uber a few blocks away. I consistently experience race-induced insomnia, and this race was no different. I only got 2 hours of sleep and I hoped that the sleep I had leading up to the race would carry me through.
We left later than planned at 5:25am, which was a slight mistake as traffic got worse and worse as race time neared, starting with a long line on the exit off 278. We made a few audibles to the driver to avoid the line of cars on Washington Ave and jogged to the start, arriving around 6:10am. The security lines were long, but we made it through in about 15 minutes.
As others have noted, the porta potties are IN the corrals, and I never really thought about what that would look like. Imagine smashing together the long lines outside of porta potties with a bunch of people normally waiting in corrals. Convenient, but a little confusing. Another strange consequence of this was that the waves had a large gap in between by the porta potty entrances and anyone can jump waves really easily, making the enforcement at the corral gates moot.
Kit consisted of a singlet, shorts, running cap, 3 gels (1 pre-race), and a stretch belt for the phone. Edit: Shoes were Saucony Endorphin Speed 2.


Mile 1 to 4 (Race Start)

The initial plan was to have my girlfriend pace me, but three friends joined in, two of whom were racing and aiming for 1:45. Unsurprisingly, the first few miles were crowded and if you've ever had trouble weaving solo, imagine having five people do it! The streets outside of Prospect Park aren't in the best condition, and there were a few sections that could trip an inattentive individual.
I wanted to have the chance to negative split to a 1:40, even though Garmin said I was in 1:43 fitness. Though we weren't going to sprint the hills of Prospect Park, we did go a little faster than was comfortable. My HR normally spends the first 3 miles of a half marathon sitting in the 150s, but by the end of the first mile it was already at 165, and I was mildly concerned that I was screwing myself by reaching beyond my limit.
I was hoping the downhill and the flats of miles 2 to 4 would bring my HR back down, but alas, I rounded the corner and entered the slow climb up Prospect Park at 167.

Mile 4 to 6 (Battle Hill)

Battle Hill is a special kind of hell in that it is a sharp (for a road race) uphill with a bunch of winding curves and short-lived flat sections that trick you into thinking the hill is over, then it rewards you with one mile of rolling hills. I had the sense to preview the first 7 miles of the course a week before the race, so I had gotten the heartbreak out of the way, but it didn't make the climbing much easier.
We eased off to 8:20 on this section, but my heart was still racing. It had climbed up to 178 after we crested the hill and stubbornly remained there as we went through the rolling hills. I waited until after the top of Battle Hill to take my first race gel.
The weather was unpleasantly humid and at this point I started carrying my cap in my hand to cool off my head.

Mile 7 to 8 (Descent to Ocean Parkway)

The two other friends racing with us had began pushing the pace through the flats of miles 3 and 4, and my girlfriend wisely did not follow. If there's one piece of advice to give on this race, it's to conserve energy on that section because you'll need it for Battle Hill.
As we sped down the towards the exit of Prospect Park, we caught up with them, which was great timing as we had friends cheering at the bottom of that hill and they caught us all on video as if we had actually ran as a group up to this point. After that, we separated again as my girlfriend and I picked up the pace into Ocean Parkway.
To have a chance at 1:40, we would have to start running around 7:20, but by this point, my heart rate had reached 180 and I knew that pressing down to 7:20 would be dangerous. After exiting Prospect Park, you expect it to be a straight ride downhill, but my fatigue made mountains out of the small minor uphills that followed, particularly the one that followed the onramp into the Parkway.
I asked my girlfriend that we cut it back to 7:30 and give up pushing for my A goal.

Mile 9 to 12 (Ocean Parkway)

Fatigue really started to set in as we ran the long and quiet straightaway and my heart rate continued climbing. I took my second race gel around mile 10, hoping that it would kick in early enough to carry me through the last 3 miles. Looking back, I was really glad to have had a personal pacer at this point, because the mental fortitude she gave me was crucial. My pace was relatively even around 7:40 throughout this segment, but you better believe I would have eased up all the way to 8:00 or even slower without my girlfriend to hold me accountable.
I read warnings about not counting down the avenue letters, which climb up from H to Z on the run, but I had forgotten the slight bend in the Parkway at Avenue W. From afar, it looks as if a brown building marked the end of the Parkway, which I realize now is pretty silly. Dear reader, there is no building between Ocean Parkway and the sea.

Mile 13.1 (Coney Island)

By the last mile, my HR had crosssed into 190 and I was at my limit. The end was near, but it did not feel like it. I got what might generously be called a second wind from the gel, but in return I experienced a mild stitch in my stomach, and I could not tell whether it was worth the gel after all.
I would occasionally ask my girlfriend if we could slow down to a jog for a little while, and she would indulge me by slowing down only slightly to 8:00 and quickly counting down from 10. She would also coax me by asking me to keep up the pace until certain landmarks (that weird street lamp, that second streetlight, those people cheering on). These tricks proved successful as we maintained the pace despite the constant "breaks."
By 800 meters out, the growing crowds had instilled new life into me, and as my girlfriend granted me another 10-second reprieve, I said, "No, let's run the rest." I mustered up what little energy I had and pushed towards the boardwalk.
We ascended the infamous ramp with minimal crowding and my legs surprisingly did not complain more for the minor elevation. Once on the boardwalk, I sprinted towards the finish, making sure to run on the nails where there would be the least bounce, and waved my hands up and down at the crowd to give me that final push.


Everything hurt, but I was able to slowly waddle my way through to the recovery area with all the water, snacks, and medals. Once we collected all our bounty and found the porta potties, we waited for all our friends and headed towards Nathan's as the rain began to pour. Few things are as delicious as a chili dog after a race where you gave it your all.
Made with a new race report generator created by herumph.
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2023.05.18 20:14 ilovedowntowncamas Opening Day at the Camas Farmer's Market, Wednesday May 31st, 3pm-7pm

More vendors than ever this year! Support local farms, groove to local musicians, eat delicious dishes and tasty treats! Bring the kids for a free activity. Something for everyone at the Camas Farmer's Market!
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2023.05.18 20:13 ilovedowntowncamas Opening Day of the Camas Farmer's Market, May 31st from 3pm-7pm!

More vendors than ever this year! Support local farms, groove to local musicians, eat delicious dishes and tasty treats! Bring the kids for a free activity. Something for everyone at the Camas Farmer's Market!
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2023.05.18 01:17 NickelPlatedEmperor "Straight as a plumb line" advertisement for Seaboard Air Line Railway, from periodical Review of Reviews, 1902.

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2023.05.17 16:41 richarizard Cool Things to Do in NYC: June 2023 Edition

As I wrapped up May’s "Things to Do" post, I told myself, “Okay, that was fun. I’m done now.”
And I was done. But then u/Beautiful_Ad_ asked for June. It always amazes me how tiny interactions can grow into full-blown undertakings. Apparently one brief message at the right time was the motivation I needed for one more month. So to you, internet stranger: I hope these help you plan your trip. What can I say; these are fun for me to make.
Every time I compile these lists, I wind up with a bunch of events that don't make the final cut. So for this month, I offer a few honorable mentions, separate from my list where I match exactly one event per day of the month:
Before going anywhere, please confirm the date, time, and location using the listed website. Any event is at risk of being rescheduled, relocated, canceled, sold out, or at capacity. I try to vet quality, but I may misjudge, and heaven knows all events are not for all people. Some events require advance registration, and if you are visiting NYC, you should double-check how long it will take to get to the venue. Now on to the list!

Thursday, June 1
Friday, June 2
Saturday, June 3
Sunday, June 4
Monday, June 5
Tuesday, June 6
Wednesday, June 7
Thursday, June 8
Friday, June 9
Saturday, June 10
Sunday, June 11
Monday, June 12
Tuesday, June 13
Wednesday, June 14
Thursday, June 15
Friday, June 16
Saturday, June 17
Sunday, June 18
Monday, June 19
Tuesday, June 20
Wednesday, June 21
Thursday, June 22
Friday, June 23
Saturday, June 24
Sunday, June 25
Monday, June 26
Tuesday, June 27
Wednesday, June 28
Thursday, June 29
Friday, June 30
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2023.05.16 20:03 GeneralTso747 Based on the IND color chart, was 47-50th Sts planned to be a local station?

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2023.05.16 16:12 historicalbany Albany's first REPAIR CAFE is June 10th, 10-1.30 pm

Albany's first REPAIR CAFE is June 10th, 10-1.30 pm
What is a Repair Cafe you might ask?
Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things together**.** You’ll find expert volunteers with repair skills in all kinds of fields who will help repair your items (and teach you how to!)
Visitors bring their broken items from home. Together with the specialists they start making their repairs in the Café. If you have nothing to repair, you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, or lend a hand with someone else’s repair job.
Please note, depending on the waitlist we will take the last items at around 1.15 pm. The Repair Cafe works on donations, you can donate before, during, or after the cafe if you're able to.
What Kind of Items Can We Fix?This is not an exhaustive list, but it gives you an idea of what we can work on.- Lamps- Clothes- Toys- Jewelry- Tools- Furniture- Bicycles- Vacuum Cleaners- Small appliances- Tools that need sharpening
LOCATION: Albany Public Library 161 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210
This is a Tool Library Albany program, part of Historic Albany Foundation.
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2023.05.16 02:35 LilFurn Next Albany roller derby bout this Saturday May 20!

Next Albany roller derby bout this Saturday May 20!
It’s the 2nd Albany All Stars Roller Derby bout of the season. Come check it out, this Saturday May 20
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2023.05.14 07:02 Markiemouse19 Got this in m opportunities

Got this in m opportunities
This is 90 Miles away
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2023.05.12 18:46 EncoreSoleFresh Mega thread: VPR watch parties

Hi, hopefully this is okay to do but I think there is lots of interest in VPR watch parties in various cities. This is our Super Bowl.
Please post any here with the name, location, dates and if a reservation is required.
Chicago, IL 1. Bar 106 -Addy: 10649 S Pulaski Rd -starts 5/24 at 8pm
Washington DC
  1. Baja Tap (limited seating) -Addy: 2436 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009 -5/17/23, 7-10pm EST. -must register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vanderpump-rules-finale-watch-party-tickets-634467939687?fbclid=PAAaaAxckOiWjOZ-GXV-rr7qFJf016bVf18QlD5sX7Bsv4pEsThX53pOxZDqI
  2. Lulu’s wine garden -Addy: 1940 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20001 -5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7. -Must book on Resy
Baltimore MD
  1. Guilford Hall -5/17, 8-11pm -Address: 1611 Guilford Ave 21202 -No reservation needed
Houston TX 1. Be More Pacific -5/17-6/7, 730-945pm -Addy: 506 Yale St Suite E, Houston, TX 77007
NYC 1. The Skinny Bar -Addy: 174 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002 -5/17 at 8pm
  1. Down the hatch -addy: 179 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014 -5/17 - 6/7 -https://www.instagram.com/p/CsHH708JnGh/?igshid=ZWQyN2ExYTkwZQ==
Ottawa Canada 1. Nan’s parlour -Addy: 73 Clarence St., Ottawa, ON K1N 5P5, Canada -8-10pm
Charleston, SC 1. Frothy Beard -Addy: 1401 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC 29407 -5/17 8pm -limited seating
Austin, Tx 1. Vacancy Brewing -addy: 415 E St Elmo Rd 1 d2, Austin, TX 78745 -5/17 - 6/7 at 8pm -will play WWHL
Boston, MA 1. Nash Bar and Stage -addy: 253 Tremont Street Boston, Massachusetts -5/17 - 6/7 -8-10:30pm
Philly 1. Cockatoo - 208 S. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
DATES: Wednesday, May 17th; Wednesday, May 24th; Wednesday, May 31st
TIME: 8pm - 10pm
(Wednesday, June 7th is still up in the air, because it’s during pride week, so the bar will be getting back to me)
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Phone: 571-500-2950
MC# 1503834 USDOT# 4001198
JRP Forwarding LLC
Business Address:
620 W 4th Ave APT 6
Emporia, KS 66801
Phone: 620-504-3212
MC# 1500175 USDOT# 3995550
RG Brokering LLC
Business Address:
3497 Red Skin Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45251
Phone: 661-454-1992
MC# 1312805 USDOT# 3725199
Alphas Transit Inc.
Business Address:
7600 N 15th St STE 150
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Phone: 602-613-1803
MC# 501299 USDOT# 2233025
GlobalTranz Enterprises LLC
Business Address:
51 W Third St. 5th Floor
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: 847-498-8885
MC748469 USDOT 2190975
ELGIN, IL 60123
PHONE (312) 533-4993
MC# 1385366 USDOT# 3824910
Freighttech Logistics
Business Address:
255 S Orange Avenue Suite 104
Orlando, Florida 32801
Phone: 208-656-1857
MC# 1465082 USDOT# 3943126
Lotus Global Trucking Inc.
Business Address:
6991 East Camelback Rd. #D-300
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 877-935-4512
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2023.05.11 20:23 boutell New US CCS chargers report for April 2023

Here are all of the new US CCS (Level 3 fast-charging) stations that rolled out in April 2023, according to the Department of Energy. These chargers are suitable for most new EVs on the market, except for:
  1. Tesla drivers who haven't bought the official CCS adapter yet. Certain older Teslas need additional work done to accept the adapter.
  2. Leaf owners like me, and some owners of older cars that also use CHAdeMO. If you drive a Leaf, or an older CHAdeMO car, see my matching post in leaf.
Some of these chargepoints will be "refreshes," e.g. the provider replaced them with faster chargers etc. Some may be incorrect. This report is only as good as the Alternative Fuels Data Center data.
There were 171 CCS charge points added or refreshed in April 2023, which is up from 159 in March. For comparison, there were only 100 new CCS charge points in April 2022. Things are speeding up.
"What about CCS charging at Tesla superchargers?" Tesla is in the process of rolling out their "magic dock" for non-Tesla cars in certain locations. I assume they will start to include this in their reporting to the Alternative Fuels Data Center soon. When they do it should be reflected here.
If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, or just prefer not to check this list monthly when new openings are rare in your area, I've set up a free service that provides email notifications as soon as they open. You can sign up at evpov.com. Or not! I don't really have a business plan here, I built it to help EV owners like myself.
To streamline this post, multi-chargepoint locations are listed with the number of chargepoints first, so that's why the post is shorter than in previous months.
➡ AZ (6) 3320 Stockton Hill Road (US-UV2-8EL-1B) 3320 Stockton Hill Road Kingman, AZ 86409 (6) 1349 W. Main Street (US-Z2C-3SA-2C) 1349 W. Main Street Quartzsite, AZ 85346 (2) GPM INVESTMENTS 4597 DC2 21198 E Ocotillo Rd Queen Creek, AZ 85142 ➡ CA (1) Shepard Place Shops - CPMD 1001-1049 Casitas Pass Road Carpinteria, CA 93013 (1) Eureka 1912 Broadway St. Eureka, CA 95501 (1) 5515 Automall Pkwy 5515 Automall Pkwy Fremont, CA 94538 (1) 7097 - Morgan Hill, CA (18605 Monterey Road) 18605 Monterey Road Morgan Hill, CA 95037 (1) Hemborg Ford 1900 Hamner Avenue Norco, CA 92860 (1) ROSEVILLE HYUND STATION #2 200 N Sunrise Ave Roseville, CA 95661 (2) 101 LOMBARD ST LEVIS RAPID 1 101 Lombard St San Francisco, CA 94111 (1) CHARGEPOINT ZNKR DC 1 2191 Zanker Road San Jose, CA 95131 (1) BOA San Leandro Main CA4-111 (San Leandro, CA) 1400 E 14TH ST San Leandro, CA 94577 (1) ARCO Torrance 1800 Artesia Blvd Torrance, CA 90504 (1) Woodland Motors 530 Quality Circle Woodland, CA 95695 ➡ CO (2) HION NETWORK ALAMOSA PL2 610 State Avenue Alamosa, CO 81101 (2) CONIFER CONIFER PL2 27171 Main Street Conifer, CO 80433 (1) In-N-Out Denver-- 4597 N. Central park blvd 4597 Central Park Blvd Denver, CO 80238 (2) CITY OF DURANGO DURANGO PL2 250 West 8th Street Durango, CO 81301 (4) VOLVO CAR USA GW SPRINGS DC4 2115 Grand Avenue Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 (2) KUM & GO GRANBY PL1 308 West Agate Avenue Granby, CO 80446 (2) MONTROSE EV 1 MONTROSE PL2 533 North 1st Street Montrose, CO 81401 (1) HION NETWORK OURAY PL2 1230 Main St Ouray, CO 81427 (1) HION NETWORK OURAY PL1 1230 Main Street Ouray, CO 81427 (2) CENTENNIAL PARK PAGOSA SPGS PL2 San Juan River Walk Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 (2) ES1 SALIDA PL2 1 County Road 105 Salida, CO 81201 ➡ CT (2) BMW RIDGEFIELD RIDGEFIELD 2 746 US-7 Ridgefield, CT 06877 (1) SUBARU CUSTOMER CUSTOMEREXPRESS 45 Winsted Rd Torrington, CT 06790 ➡ FL (1) GLENEAGLES STATION 2 7667 Victory Ln Delray Beach, FL 33446 (1) Bird Ludlam 6890 Bird Rd Miami FL 33155 Bird Rd Miami, FL 33155 ➡ GA (1) GEORGIA POWER VININGS DC1 4300 Paces Ferry Rd SE Atlanta, GA 30339 (1) GENESIS ATL #1 GEN ALT #2 5917 Peachtree Rd Atlanta, GA 30341 (1) GEORGIA POWER LAKEPOINT DC1 171 LakePoint Pkwy Cartersville, GA 30121 (1) GENESIS ATL #1 GEN ATL #1 5917 Peachtree Industrial Blvd Chamblee, GA 30341 (1) GEORGIA POWER CUMMING DC1 1532 Market Pl Blvd Cumming, GA 30041 (1) GEORGIA POWER CAPTAIN D MADI 1930 Eatonton Rd Madison, GA 30650 (2) GEORGIA POWER THOMSON DC2 2101 Washington Rd Thomson, GA 30824 ➡ IA (1) KUM & GO CEDAR RAPIDS DC 2604 16th Avenue Southwest Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 (1) LITHIA BMW BMW DC 1 9631 Hickman Rd Urbandale, IA 50322 ➡ IL (1) Kunes GM Of Belvidere Il 1855 N STATE ST BELVIDERE, IL 61008 (1) HOP CHARGERS HOP2-NORTH LOT 343 N Perryville Rd Rockford, IL 61107 ➡ IN (1) CHARGER SOUTH CHARGER SOUTH 920 N Nappanee St Elkhart, IN 46514 (1) KELLEY CADILLAC 4-G-250-L-W-15 555 Grand National Dr Fort Wayne, IN 46804 (1) GM - Schepel Buick GMC 3209 W LINCOLN HWY MERRILLVILLE, IN 46410 ➡ KS (1) Midway Motors Supercenter 2075 E Kansas Ave McPherson, KS 67460 ➡ KY (1) Don Franklin Campbellsville Chevrolet Buick GMC 200 N Bypass Rd. Campbellsville, KY 42718 (2) FORT KNOX IBCRG#4 10 Bullion Blvd Fort Knox, KY 40121 (5) FORT KNOX IBCRG#3 397 Redmar Blvd Fort Knox, KY 40121 (1) FORT KNOX IBCRG#1 7543 McDevett Circle Fort Knox, KY 40121 ➡ LA (1) Gerry Lane Chevrolet 6505 Florida Blvd Baton Rouge, LA 70806 (1) EVerCharge - Minden City Hall 520 Broadway St Minden, LA 71055 ➡ MA (1) BIG Y FOODS MOHAWK TRAIL #1 249a Mohawk Trail Greenfield, MA 01301 (1) Simon Cape Cod Mall (Hyannis, MA) 769 Iyannough Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 ➡ MD (1) Pepco - Southern Regional Tech and Rec Complex 7007 Bock Rd Fort Washington, MD 20744 ➡ ME (1) QUIRK AUTO SABARU 295 Hogan Rd Bangor, ME 04401 ➡ MI (6) 10401 South Clare Avenue (US-X52-57X-2A) 10401 South Clare Avenue Clare, MI 48617 (1) KOOL TOYOTA CPE-FAST 3780 Plainfield Ave NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525 ➡ MN (1) House Chevrolet Buick Cadillac 3700 FRONTAGE ROAD WEST OWATONNA, MN 55060 ➡ MO (1) 301 West 5th Street 301 West 5th Street Eureka, MO 63025 (1) Reliable Chevrolet 3655 S Campbell Ave Springfield, MO 65807 (1) Dutch Valley Grocery 760 MO-13 Warrensburg, MO 64093 ➡ MS (1) Columbus Hyundai 150 Hwy 12 E Columbus, MS 39702 ➡ NC (6) 278 Shoppes on the Parkway Road (US-FHK-SDZ-2A) 278 Shoppes on the Parkway Road Blowing Rock, NC 28605 (1) 2211 Vinnie's Way 2211 Vinnie's Way Charlotte, NC 28214 (1) Ballantyne BP 9935 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy Charlotte, NC 28277 (1) EchoPark Sonic Automotive 4401 Colwick Rd Charlotte, NC 28211 (2) MODERN HYUNDAI 100000111 965 Concord Pkwy S Concord, NC 28027 (1) Circle K - Gastonia, NC 2106 N Chester St Gastonia, NC 28052 ➡ ND (1) Hwy 83 Leisure & Tools 1619 US-83 Garrison, ND 58540 (1) Enel X - Northdale Oil 4400 32nd Ave S Grand Forks, ND 58201 ➡ NH (1) NOURIA NOURIA ENERGY C 195 S River Rd Bedford, NH 03110 ➡ NJ (2) AAF PARAMUS DC LEFT 375 NJ-17 Paramus, NJ 07652 (1) bp - Springfield, NJ (5 Meisel Ave) 5 Meisel Ave Springfield, NJ 07081 (1) Brogan Cadillac Co. 112 RT 46 EAST TOTOWA, NJ 07512 (1) ESSEX COUNTY ESSEX COUNTY DC 900 Bloomfield Ave Verona, NJ 07044 ➡ NY (1) Applegreen Electric - Chittenango Travel Plaza 2188 Tag Rd NY State Thruway Chittenango, NY 13037 (2) S-R CPE2502 784 County Rd 64 Elmira, NY 14903 (2) PRESHYUN PKG 2 768 E Chester St Kingston, NY 12401 (1) Courtyard Syracuse Downtown At Armory Square 300 W Fayette St Syracuse, NY 13202 (1) MBOC WAY DC250 1 1 Mercedes Way Woodbury, NY 10926 ➡ OH (2) RICART CHARGER HYUNDAI PARK 4247 S Hamilton Rd Columbus, OH 43125 (2) DENNIS HYUNDAI FRONT DRIVE 1 2900 Morse Rd Columbus, OH 43231 (1) RICART CHARGER KIA LEVEL 3 4255 S Hamilton Rd Groveport, OH 43125 (1) Sugar Crossing Convenience Store 2049 Hornsmill Rd SE Lancaster, OH 43130 (1) DONWOODAUTO DW CHEVY 1 12916 OH-664 Logan, OH 43138 (1) CAPITAL KIA CPE250 1 9630 OH-14 Streetsboro, OH 44241 ➡ OK (1) EDMONDOK FESTIVAL MARKET 26 W 1st St Edmond, OK 73003 ➡ OR (3) VOLVO CAR USA HERMISTON DC1 1215 N 1st St Hermiston, OR 97838 (1) VOLVO CAR USA HERMISTON DC4 1235 N 1st St Hermiston, OR 97838 (1) OEM 3250 NW Yeon Ave Portland, OR 97210 (1) WinCo Foods - Portland, 102nd #13 1222 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220 (6) 1620 NW Mulholland Drive (US-2SP-J3B-2C) 1620 NW Mulholland Drive Roseburg, OR 97470 ➡ PA (1) PLEASANT HILLS FRONT 1 106 McKinley Rd Beaver Falls, PA 15010 (1) PLEASANT HILLS REAR 2 139 McKinley Rd Beaver Falls, PA 15010 (2) DC CORRIDOR BRISTOL PL2 3260 New Rodgers Road Bristol, PA 19007 (1) GM - TROY-ALAN CHEVROLET BUICK GMC 217 Grove City Rd Slippery Rock, PA 16057 ➡ SC (1) Parks Buick GMC 2640 LAURENS RD GREENVILLE, SC 29607 ➡ SD (1) Vern Eide Chevrolet Buick GMC 219 E First Avenue Mitchell, SD 57301 ➡ TN (1) Chattanooga Plant (Chattanooga, TN) 8001 Volkswagen Dr Chattanooga, TN 37416 ➡ TX (1) Chipotle Corinth 8201 S Interstate 35 E Corinth, TX 76210 (1) Prestonwood Town Center 5301 Belt Line Rd Dallas, TX 75254 (1) Gateway of Euless 3050 Highway 360 Euless, TX 76039 (2) PHILOTT HYUNDAI CPE250-B 2310o U.S. 69 Access Rd Nederland, TX 77627 (1) GUNN CHEVROLET, LTD. 16550 IH-35 NORTH Selma, TX 78154 (2) HOS CHARGEPOINT DC FAST 1 4100 Hwy 96 Bypass Silsbee, TX 77656 ➡ UT (1) U OF U SOLAR CANOPY 357 1400 E Salt Lake City, UT 84112 ➡ VA (1) Robert Woodall Cadillac 1063 RIVERSIDE DR DANVILLE, VA 24540 (1) Center of Excellence (For Testing Purposes Only) 300 Victory Drive Herndon, VA 20170 (1) Circle K - Wytheville, VA 2622 E Lee Hwy Wytheville, VA 24382 ➡ WA (1) 7116 - Burlington, WA (9596 Old Hwy 99 N) 9596 Old Hwy 99 N Burlington, WA 98233 (1) 5443 - Everett, WA (701 128th Street SW) 701 128th Street SW Everett, WA 98204 (1) Ruddell Auto 110 S Golf Course Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 (1) Lincoln Conoco 301 N 1st Street Yakima, WA 98901 ➡ WI (1) AVISBUDGET WEST CPE250 N755 Communication Dr Appleton, WI 54914 (1) AMATO GLENDALE LOT N80W12650 Leon Rd Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 (1) RACINE HYUNDAI LVL 3 EAST SIDE 13313 Washington Ave Mount Pleasant, WI 53177 (1) Wheelers Chevrolet of Wisconsin Rapids 2410 W. Grand Ave Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 
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2023.05.09 07:56 VerbalK23 8 night well-researched first timer itinerary check for May 2023

Hi there! I appreciate any insight you all can provide over this itinerary. I know it seems like a lot, but this is how I do all of my trips. It may also seem over-planned, but I work backwards from ticketed events and activities so it makes sense how everything falls into place. With that said, I definitely am not afraid to change on a dime and scrap/alter the plan. This is my first time in the city and my goal is to experience as much as I reasonably can. So, with no further adieu:

Wednesday, 5/10: Arrival
-Land at LGA at 4:35, bus to hostel in UWS, check in by 6pm or so. Grab a slice at Mama's Too and another at Sal and Carmine, then on the Subway to get to the Fat Black Pussycat for a 7:35 show (reservation made). Grab some falafel or something from Mamoun's, then head back to the hostel to call it a night.

-I realized my body will still feel on Vegas time when I plan to start my day at roughly 7am. Oh well.
-Subway to 9/11 Museum for 8am Early Access tour, with quick breakfast beforehand at Stage Door Delicatessen. I figure I will be at the museum for about 3 hours, leaving at roughly 11 am.
-Explore FiDi on way to Chinatown. Bits of lunch at various places (Golden Steamer, Wah Fung, Xi'an Famous). Explore Chinatown.
-New York Media Boat tour at 2:30, leaves near 9/11 museum so a bit of a backtrack.
-After boat, take Subway to Times Square for Free live music with Jazz at Lincoln Center show at 5 pm.
- Around the corner to Shubert Theater for 7 pm Some Like I Hot show.
-Explore and then back to hostel for bed.

Friday: Bronx Day
-Explore UWS a bit and then grab Absolute Bagel for quick breakfast before heading to NYBG.
-Few hours at the Botanical Garden, then head over to Arthur Avenue. Thinking a sandwich at Casa Della Mozzarella or perhaps some sit down pasta. Check out the Arthur Ave Retail Market. Explore for a while.
-Universal Hip Hop Museum.
-Yankees game for Star Wars Night (As a Cubs fan, I need that Rizzo bobblehead)
-Back to Manhattan, maybe walk around for a bit then bed.

-Quick breakfast from Broadway Bagel or a bodega or something. Pay homage at The Dakota and Strawberry Fields. The rest of this morning is dedicated to exploring the central and southern parts of Central Park.
-Thinking a late lunch at Cafe Sabarsky, then over to the Met. The rest of the evening is dedicated to the Met.
-Probably some jazz somewhere after the Met. Maybe go check out Washington Square Park and the Jazz Alley over there. Some halal cart at some point.

-Walk the High Line, check out Chelsea Market and Hudson Yards on either end.
-Sleep No More at 2 pm. Gallow Green for drink and a nibble after.
-Explore the area, then head to Birdland Jazz Club for Arturo O'Farrill and the Latin Jazz Ensemble until 10pm.
-Explore a bit more, then back to the hostel.

-This is a busy day.
-Head first to the ferry station on 34th St for the East River Ferry to DUMBO. Quick breakfast at Butler.
-Walk the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Head to Prospect Park, walk the park loop.
-Back to DUMBO for Juliana's Pizza at opening. Harriet's Rooftop or Time Out Market for a rooftop view. Ice cream at Sugar Hill Creamery or Van Leeuwen or Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory.
-Walk back to Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge. Head to Nolita area. Economy Candy, Granny Za's Dispensary, Elizabeth Street Garden, then Parisi's for a Dennis sandwich.
-5 pm Walk on the Wild Side music tour booked: Post-Punk, Disco, and Hip Hop ending in Tribeca.
-Sightseeing at Staple St Skybridge and Ghostbusters HQ.
-Dinner burger at Emily West Village. More ice cream at Cones. I realize it looks like I am eating an awful lot on this day especially. I will be putting in the work to earn it, plus I don't have to finish everything. I just want to try a lot of delicious things.
-10pm Vanguard Jazz Orchestra show at Village Vanguard.

-St. Patrick's' Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, some other sights over that way.
-MoMA for a few hours.
-Bengal Tiger for lunch.
-Check out The Plaza hotel.
-Kill some time, back to the hostel for a bit to change and rest.
-7pm Hadestown show.
-Explore somewhere or catch some jazz/comedy before heading back to hostel.

-Chysler Building (probably can't access lobby nowadays). Grand Central Terminal and Market. Summit One Vanderbilt.
-Guided 11am tour at NYPL.
-Lunch at KJUN.
-One more Broadway show. I am thinking Life of Pi to switch things up from the musicals.
-Back to the hostel for a quick change.
-Dinner at Keen's, the pass by the Empire State on the way to Tannen's Magic Shop for Magic After Hours.
-Birdland Jazz once again for Big Chief Donald Harrison's 9:30pm show.
-Back to the hostel to pack and rest for departure tomorrow.

-Quick bite at Hungarian Pastry Shop north of the hostel towards Harlem. Then tour St. John the Divine cathedral.
-Possibly explore a bit in Harlem or more likely the Northern part of Central Park.
-Grab bags from hostel, head to NY Pizza Suprema right next to the bus station for a slice or two before heading out of town to Washington DC for the second part of my trip.
Well, what do you think? What would you change? Like I said, I know it's a lot, but I've looked painstakingly at geography, transit times, all of it. I use a fabulous app called Wanderlog for creating my plan and it's been a real game changer for me. You can't control for everything, but I feel good about the plan in general. Things will inevitably change. That's OK.
Thanks for reading!
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