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  • by Anonymous on Apr 1, 2012
    First and foremost, thank you! The regular season has concluded for your division and from all of us at NY Squash, and I’m sure I speak for your teammates, thank you for organizing the matches all...
  • by Corey Modeste on Mar 30, 2012
    The early March women's college trip was a fantastic experience. Arriving at the Holyoke Hotel Friday night there were a few comedic errors including moving rooms because of building construction...
  • by Anonymous on Mar 26, 2012
    This was my third Drupalcon, after San Francisco in 2010 and Chicago last year. Despite my slow and snowy drive from Durango, the weather in Denver was beautiful - and much warmer than either...
  • by Anonymous on Mar 26, 2012
    It’s only March, but I’m feeling that 2012 will be a good year for women’s squash. I’ve posted plenty about the many challenges we face, but things are looking up. Here’s what I see: PEOPLE RECOGNIZE...
  • by Anonymous on Mar 26, 2012
    We launched the new dtek.net on Drupal 7 last year, and we knew we'd want a new look and feel for the site as our new business identity took shape. Last week we unveiled a brand-spanking new...
  • by Tracy Gates on Mar 24, 2012
    New Yorkers: Do not play squash today. You can do that tomorrow or the next or the next. Today is too nice. Go outside. Take a walk. Take a run. Throw the frisbee. A ball. A jacket over your shoulder...
  • by Corey Modeste on Feb 28, 2012
    New York Squash was deeply saddened at the passing of Michael Rothenberg at age 47, on February 23, 2012. Michael was most recently the executive director of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest...
  • by The Squashist on Feb 26, 2012
    I sat down with Alex Gough, the CEO of the Professional Squash Association, during the recent Tournament of Champions to interview him about the latest doings at the PSA, and also get from him his...
  • by The Squashist on Feb 22, 2012
    The very informative (and getting better all the time) squash site Daily Squash Report published an excerpt from James Willstrop's book, and the excerpt, available here, exposes this gentleman as a...
  • by The Squashist on Feb 17, 2012
    I am not one to wager, other than the occasional $4 ticket for the Powerball lottery, whose prize recently went up to something like $350 million. If I were to ever win Powerball I would stare at...
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