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Masahiro Tanaka had one chance to make a first impression. He made the most of it. Friday was Opening Day here in Toronto, but the buzz throughout Rogers Centre had very little to do with the hometown Blue Jays.
An ailing carnival operator got a slap on the wrist Friday for lying to the FBI about alleged payoffs he made to former Queens state Sen. Hiram Monserrate.
“Granite Flats,” whose second season launches Sunday, mashes together several elements that work better together than you’d think.
After 41 years of rock ’n’ rolling all night and partying every day, pioneering New Yorkers Kiss are riding high — and telling the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation to Kiss their ass.
Most TV shows have a set airdate, allowing the family plenty of notice to gather in front of the tube (or at least to set the DVR).
“SILICON Valley” racks up plenty of hits as it deflates the pomposity and lampoons the neuroses of computer geek culture.
Singers M.I.A. and Janelle Monae each held a concert on April 3 on opposite coasts — but still managed to be in each other’s shows. The crowd went crazy when the holograms appeared, we’re told. M.I.A. performed “Bad Girls” in New York, featuring Monae’s hologram on stage with her.
The night began with Carmelo Anthony posing for pictures with former Ranger great Brian Leetch, who gave up his spot on a Garden wall for Melo. Down went the picture of Leetch’s jersey retirement ceremony from Jan. 24, 2008, and up went a picture from Anthony’s record-setting, 62-point night against Charlotte.
Jenrry Mejia admitted that he couldn’t feel his fingers at times Friday night, but he still turned out to be a key reason the Mets finally have a single digit in their win column.
Trustees of the Queens Library refused to consider a measure that would have allowed four ex-officio members to vote Thursday night on whether embattled president Thomas Galante should take a three-month leave of absence, the Daily News has learned.
With Mark Teixeira likely headed for the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, Kelly Johnson will have the task of moving across the diamond to play first base.
The University of Connecticut’s trip to the Final Four is another stand in a long battle to achieve the relevance the Huskies enjoyed in the old Big East. The Huskies have three national championships, but found themselves without a home after realignment sent Syracuse, Pitt and Notre Dame to the ACC.
A renegade teacher notorious for livestreaming himself in the rubber room was arrested after joking on his blog he knew how to hack the Department of Education’s payroll system. Francesco Portelos was arrested March 4, a week after he wrote the post.
There will be increased security at NCAA Tournament venues for this weekend's Final Four games across North Texas, after pyrotechnics intended for the March Madness Music Festival in Dallas went missing.
Neil Messina, 52, found out Friday that Federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto may have gone easy on some Mafia oldfellas, but is more than ready to severely punish violent mobsters.
Minnesota Timberwolves forward Dante Cunningham was charged Friday with assault after being accused of choking his girlfriend during an argument. A criminal complaint filed in Hennepin County District Court said his girlfriend told police they got into the argument early Thursday at his suburban Minneapolis home.
Six of the city’s 32 school geographical districts won’t have gifted programs for kindergartners next year because too few students qualified, Education Department officials said Friday.
A black Bronx man feels he’s being forced out of his luxury high-rise in predominantly white Riverdale after waking Friday to find racially charged graffiti scrawled on his truck for the second time, he told the Daily News.
A day after a federal appeals court decided the city has a right to ban religious services from public school buildings, Councilman Fernando Cabrera (D-Bronx) said he is hopeful de Blasio will allow faith groups to keep praying in public spaces.
Police commissioner Bill Bratton said improving relations between police and minority communities is the reason he returned to the role.