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Jack Curran, Beloved Archbishop Molloy HS Coach, Dies at 82

Jack Curran coached boys basketball and baseball at Archbishop Molloy High School.

Lower East Side »

16-Year-Old Slain on Lower East Side Mourned at Funeral

Raphael Ward, who was shot outside a bodega last week, will also be honored with a basketball tournament.

Lower East Side »

Police Release Surveillance Video in Fatal Shooting of 16-Year-Old Boy

Raphael Ward, 16, was shot and killed on the Lower East Side Friday night.

Midtown »

Shaquille O'Neal Hawks New Jewelry Line on Fifth Avenue

Shaq showed off his new line of jewelry at the Zales store on Fifth Avenue on Monday.

New York City »

Amar'e Stoudemire Posts Pic of Hurricane-Flooded SUV

Stoudemire posted a picture of what he claimed to be his Range Rover submerged in water.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Controversial Hell's Kitchen Basketball Court Rejected by Community Board

CB4 asked the Parks Department to remove a court in a renovation of Ramon Aponte Park

Fort Greene »

Nets Players Join Dads to Walk Local Kids to School

Local dads and players from the Brooklyn Nets walked kids to school in Fort Greene.

Greenwich Village »

Obama and Romney Lookalikes Spar at West 4th St. Basketball Courts

An Obama lookalike beat a Romney impersonator in a basketball game at the West 4th St. courts.

Fort Greene »

Kids Chosen for Brooklyn Nets Dance Team After Open-Call Auditions

Kids danced their hearts out Friday vying for a spot on new dance team, 'Brooklyn Nets Kids.'

Lincoln Square »

President Obama Shoots Hoops With NBA 'Dream Team'

President Obama was joined by NBA legends, including Michael Jordan, at a campaign fundraiser.

Upper East Side »

Obama to Join Michael Jordan for Star-Studded Basketball Fundraiser

President Barack Obama will be back in New York Wednesday for a star-studded basketball event.

New York City »

Free Exercise in New York City

You don't have to spend a fortune on fancy gyms to get in a good workout in New York.

Brooklyn »

For Better or Worse, Barclays is Becoming a Brooklyn Fixture

To many Brooklyn residents, Barclays is hurting their neighborhood. But to others, it's helping.

Central Harlem »

Rucker Park Tournament Restarts With Increased Police Presence

The Entertainer's Basketball Classic restarted after a shooting left five people wounded last week.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Teens Fight Proposal To Cut Basketball Court From Hell's Kitchen Park

Local kids were surprised to hear of requests to cut the court from Ramon Aponte Park.