Solar power poster in NY, not an NBA player

  • September 10, 2021

The solar post light in the New York Knicks arena is a solar power poster that was donated by a friend of a player.

The post was erected by the New Jersey Devils fan in the arena after a game on Sept. 19.

The Devils defeated the New Orleans Pelicans, 3-1.

The Devils fan said the post was a tribute to New York.

“It was an awesome thing to do,” said Mike Stroud, who lives in New Jersey and was driving down Interstate 95 from his home in Connecticut.

“It’s cool to have a solar panel on the roof.

It’s a great thing to give back to the community.”

Stroud said the New England Devils have donated $3,500 to a charity of his choice.

Stroud and his wife, Lisa, were able to donate the solar power panel after a friend drove them up to the New Brunswick County Courthouse in New Brunswick to sign the petition.

The couple donated the panels, which cost about $1,000 apiece, after seeing them installed at a charity event.

This was the third solar power post light donated by Stroud and Lisa Stroud.

The first was in New York City on Sept, 12.

The second was in Los Angeles on Sept., 26.

The Strouds also donated a solar water heat lamp to a community garden in New Hampshire.

A solar power photo of the New Hampshire Devils fan, who was driving by to sign it, was shared on Twitter by the fans team.

The Strowsles were driving back to New Brunswick, New Jersey, on Tuesday when they saw the solar post in the parking lot of the courthouse.

Lisa Stroud said she saw the post, which featured a picture of a solar energy panel and the caption: “We are in New England to support the Garden State.”

Lisa said the fan had donated his $3.50 worth of solar panels.

“It’s awesome that he did it,” Lisa Strewland said.

“This guy is an amazing person and he was a great fan.”

Canada Post tracking down a movie poster

  • July 15, 2021

Posted October 10, 2018 09:14:22 The post movie poster of “The Post Movie” movie is no longer on display at a Toronto post office, the Toronto Star reported on Wednesday.

The poster was first spotted by a Toronto Post reader who took it to a Toronto-based photographer who was able to find a print in an archive in London.

The Toronto Star said it contacted the Toronto Post and asked if they could retrieve the poster.

The article also said the Toronto postmaster’s office had not received any complaints about the poster, but was looking into the incident.

Canada Post spokesperson Catherine Ritchie told the Toronto Sun that “the poster is currently on display for the benefit of the public, and is not in any way responsible for its removal.”

The Toronto Post did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press.

The Star reported that a Toronto filmmaker has offered to buy the poster for $150,000.

The film’s trailer is titled “The Canadian Film Industry” and features footage from the post office.