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You should have bought low. Tickets for the East Regional at Madison Square Garden have been climbing since the Connecticut Huskies – and their New York-loving following – got in. Now, as of Wednesday night, if you want a pair together in the building it was about $700 for the pair, according to a survey of ticker re-selling websites.
A famous West Harlem viaduct that has long served as a backdrop for films including “The Amazing Spider-Man” is going to bask in the glow of its own spotlight.
What a difference three years makes. As a 15-year-old, Dayshon “Scoochie” Smith couldn’t dunk a basketball to save his life — but on Thursday the whole world will watch the Bronx baller slam on a Memphis court.
Talk about lending a hand. A Red Hook-based moving company has slashed prices on its services to help the elderly residents of a Park Slope nursing home who were told they must leave within 90 days.
Less remains more when Julia Stiles returns Friday as the title character in the unsettling online drama “Blue.”
Perhaps Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter was hinting at something when he titled his editor’s letter last month on Gwyneth Paltrow as “The Paltrow Affair.”
MTV’s new spin on “The Real World” is “House of Food,” pitting untrained twentysomething wannabe chefs against one another in the kitchen.
"Surviving Jack” serves up the latest exasperating parent whose outrageous behavior doesn’t add up to a decent sitcom.
The city would make it safer for blind pedestrians to navigate the city’s most dangerous intersections, under a measure introduced Wednesday by Councilman Mark Levine.
Can’t anyone just get a divorce these days?!That’s what troubled couples all over the world are asking themselves one day after Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announced their “conscious uncoupling” — their words for their supposedly amicable split.
There goes the neighborhood! Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian will bring their polarizing brand of charm — and their big-bucks brand — to the Hamptons this summer.
Phil Jackson is not being paid $12 million a season to provide the type of postgame analysis like he did the other night in Los Angeles when he called the Knicks’ performance “awful.” For one, not even James Dolan would pay that much for a TV guy.
It might not always look pretty, but Jose DeLaRosa has simply figured out how to win. It's been quite a while since the 152-pound open division laced up for action, but the weight class that kicked off the 87th annual Daily News Golden Gloves on Jan. 28 was back in the ring Wednesday night at Nazareth High School in Brooklyn.
NBC’s late, late NHL show on Wednesday night featuring the Rangers and Flyers did not drip with the passion of a potential playoff preview, but the Blueshirts’ 3-1 win of an 8 p.m. start at the Garden did demonstrate why they would be favorites to win an April series: Defense and goaltending.
Two firefighters were killed when a massive 9-alarm, wind-whipped fire in Boston's Back Bay trapped them in the basement of a four-story building. Lt. Edward Walsh, 43, and Michael Kennedy, 33, were among the first two companies to respond to the 2:43 p.m. fire Wednesday in a Beacon St. brownstone.
The Yankees might not be baseball's biggest-spending team any more, but the Bombers remain the most valuable franchise in the Majors. According to Forbes' annual valuations, the Yankees are worth $2.5 billion, leaving them as the most valuable team in Major League Baseball for a 17th consecutive year.
The Nets were about a centimeter from winning this game, or the very tip of a sneaker sole. Instead, they lost their second straight for the first time since Feb. 1, succumbing in another overtime game to the Bobcats, 116-111. The Nets have been nothing if not dramatic lately.
Paul George scored 23 points, Roy Hibbert added 21 and Indiana rallied from a seven-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Heat 84-83, taking a three-game lead over Miami in the chase of the Eastern Conference’s top seed.
Gov. Cuomo hopes to resolve his standoff with Mayor de Blasio over plans to aid the homeless, an administration source told the Daily News Wednesday.
Obama speaks against Vladimir Putin's viewpoints while talking to a Brussels audience.