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Q&A: Level 1’s Josh Berman recounts the wild world premiere of “Small World”

Level 1’s Small World screened in Denver on Saturday, at the popular City Hall Amphitheater—the go-to spot for Level 1’s annual world premiere event. Viewers enjoyed an upbeat, fast-paced film, chock-full of unique skiing, from the streets, to the park, to the backcountry. 9 more words

Subway In Portsmouth Offering Deflate-Gate Judge Free Subs For Life

This local Subway is hopping on the bandwagon of offering free stuff to Richard Berman, the judge who recently exonerated Tom Brady.

Behind TB12 himself, Richard Berman is probably the most loved man in New England right now. 73 more words

Local News

Goodell Has To Go 

A little less than four months ago, I wrote up my thoughts on where “Deflategate” or “Ballghazi” or however you’d like to refer to it had gone, and what was likely to follow. 1,034 more words


Akin Gump discusses SDNY Judge Berman Enjoining SEC Administrative Proceeding as "Likely Unconstitutional"

In recent years, taking advantage of expanded jurisdictional provisions in Dodd-Frank, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has brought an increasing number of enforcement actions, including complex matters with difficult factual and legal issues, through administrative proceedings, rather than in federal court as has traditionally been the case. 575 more words

Securities Regulation

Final face-to-face meeting before judge rules on the "Deflategate" case

NEW YORK (AP) — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady arrived early to court Monday for a final face-to-face meeting before a judge rules on the “Deflategate” case. 296 more words


Woody Berman | Pet Profiles | Old Town Post

Hi! I’m Woody Berman. I’m a 98 pound White Lab. I’m a boy. And I’m two and a half.

My favorite thing to do in Old Town is sit on the back on my boat and say hello to all the people entering the Old Dominion Boat Club. 420 more words

Around Town

Of Modernity, Men and Women

“To be modern is to live a life of paradox and contradiction. It is to be overpowered by the immense bureaucratic organizations that have the power to control and often to destroy all communities, values, lives”. 1,296 more words