Nick Solak

Nick Solak

Height/Weight: 5' 11"/185 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Woodridge, Illinois
College: Louisville
Draft: 2016 2nd round by the
  • Mountain View Voice

    New exhibition explores how nature and geography made a Silicon Valley town what it is today

    The Los Altos History Museum's new permanent exhibition, "Making Connections: Stories from the Land," truly gets down to earth, focusing on how geography and the natural environment has shaped local history. To fully engage visitors in its stories, the exhibition also draws on another, much more recent element that was transformative to this area: technology. "Making Connections" includes numerous interactive features such as video walls, touch screens and listening stations. The new permanent exhibition opens to the public on Feb. 11 with a celebration that includes a ribbon cutting with local officials, activities and performances curated by Mosaic America highlighting the community's diversity.

  • Westfield, NJ Patch

    Exhibit At Rialto Chronicles African American History In Westfield

    In honor of Black History Month, the MLK Association of Westfield is holding an exhibit that chronicles African American history in Westfield dating back to 1720. The exhibit at the Center for Creativity at the Rialto is open to the public throughout Black History Month and will feature a series of events, including talks and a jazz performance. A timeline of events takes visitors on a historical journey from slavery and colonial times through the present day, including an exhibit on the excellence of Black athletes in Westfield and a specially commissioned quilt highlighting the history.

  • Queens Chronicle

    Queens Black History Month 2023 events

    February is Black History Month, and this year Queens is filled with events to celebrate. The Museum of the Moving Image has a series of screenings, exhibits and community events from Feb. 2 to 26 at 36-01 35 Ave. in Astoria. Afrikan Poetry Theatre will also present a Black History Film Festival at MoMI Feb. 25 and 26, showcasing the work of local Black directors, writers and producers who have made thought provoking movies. To learn more about MoMI's Black History programs and to get tickets, visit