Apr 27, 11:00 AM

Today's #TBT is a photo from the The Library of Congress of the Riverton Park Casino, designed by John Calvin Stevens, c.1900. Maine Historical Society's Memory Network gives this description of the park's creation and ultimate demolition: "The park was developed by the Portland Railroad Company in 1896 as a popular day-trip destination via trolley. It offered a variety of amusements, including a dining hall, theater, boating facilities, a small zoo, and a midway. An advertisement for entertainment in July 1897 featured Alabama troubadours, buck-and-wing dancers, the Jubilee Singers, plus a 'balloon ascension and parachute adventure with Monsieur Roberto, Meteor of the Sky!' The casino was demolished in 1933 after several years of inactivity." The park still offers a 2-mile walking trail, which you can read more about on Portland Trails' website here:

Apr 26, 11:00 AM

In honor of Administrative Professionals Day, we'd like to give a big shout out to all of our admins. They keep our ship afloat and are some of the hardest working professionals around. Thank you for all that you do!

Apr 11, 6:48 PM

Our crew from the Latham office spent some time helping the folks from the Double H Ranch, a nonprofit serving children with life threatening illnesses and their families, get ready for the spring. Double H Ranch's goal is to enrich the lives of their campers, and provide experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound. To learn more about their year-round programs, head on over to their website:

Nov 4, 2:10 PM

One of our SMRTers, Jamie, had the unique opportunity to jam with her bluegrass group for James Franco and the cast/crew of his upcoming movie, The Pretenders. She hosts a weekly session with local musicians at the Cohoes Senior Center in Troy, NY, and the production crew invited them to share the space and play as scheduled while they ate their dinner. What a cool opportunity!