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Nicole Atkins has a bullet-proof voice. Gleaming in tone, piercing in volume and unstoppable in attitude, it rips right through you.
Introducing Allerton and Pelham Parkway. The two East Bronx neighborhoods are finally on the map, now that planners and Google have updated the city’s maps.
World-class brat Justin Bieber is considering legal action against the former housekeeper who sold him out to a British newspaper in a tell-all interview, sources tell Confidenti@l.
The Cuomo administration refuses to share the locations of thousands of deregulated apartments that were returned to the rent stabilization rolls last week, citing privacy rules, and tenant advocates are furious.
The author of “The Silver Linings Playbook” has a playbook of his own. Writer Matthew Quick has followed a path that’s taken him from high-school English teacher to the inspiration for an Oscar-winning movie to his latest book, “The Good Luck of Right Now,” which explains his own good luck.
All this recent talk about the Beatles has obscured the other sweet sensation that touched down in New York 50 years ago.
Sugar is killing us. It’s not the couple of teaspoons we’re stirring into our morning coffee, but the sweetened additives hidden inside processed foods that we eat every day.
ALBANY — Mayor de Blasio’s plan to fund prekindergarten by taxing the wealthy sparked a war of words between state Senate leaders Monday, with funding for the mayor’s flagship program hanging in the balance.
Marreese Speights scored a career-high 32 points to hand his former team a near-record setback, leading the Golden State Warriors past the woeful Philadelphia 76ers 123-80 on Monday night.
Now this is how you fly like an ace, even if your general manager recently said he thought you were a No. 3 starter.
Parts of the Obamacare roll-out have been rolled back — again.
French President Francois Hollande came to Washington Monday — alone.
Marcus Foster scored 20 points, including two free throws in the closing seconds of overtime, and Kansas State held on to beat No. 7 Kansas 85-82 on Monday night. Will Spradling added 15 points for the Wildcats (17-7, 7-4 Big 12), who blew a nine-point lead with less than 2 minutes left.
Of all the high school football players in New York City, Poly Prep senior Jay Hayes has a better chance than most to eventually share a locker room with Michael Sam, the University of Missouri defensive lineman – and likely NFL draft pick - who came out as gay over the weekend.
A New York state senator wants to close the book on the Queens Library boss and his sky-high salary, expensive office renovations and secret side job.
Brook Lopez returned to the Barclays Center on Sunday and what he found may have surprised him. The Nets were winning, handily, even toying with a depleted New Orleans team, something that didn’t always seem possible when Lopez was in uniform earlier this season.
Michael Sam may have damaged his prospects for the NFL draft when he told the world that he hopes to become the first openly gay player in NFL history — but he is doing a lot of other athletes a big favor.
There is one spot where Mike Woodson could land, once he’s shown the door at Madison Square Garden. Woodson could end up on Larry Brown’s bench, down in Dallas at SMU. And he can take a seat right next to another former NBA head coach and Brown loyalist, Maurice Cheeks.
Kevin Abrams, the Giants’ assistant general manager, is willing to put his money and his faith in the Canadian Olympic women’s hockey team, and the result could be a windfall for the You Can Play Project, which promotes equality for gay athletes in sports.
Michael Sam, the Missouri pass rusher who intends to become the first openly gay player in the NFL, may have more trouble fitting in on the field than in the locker room.