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Yorkville »

Noah Walsh normally pays $1,450 a month for one room in a first-floor apartment.

Emerson Hill »

Practices and games for the team were suspended after reports of hazing at a football camp. 

Emerson Hill »

In a letter sent to parents, Susan E. Wagner's principal said practices and games were suspended.

Midtown »

Police arrested four people who handcuffed themselves inside the lobby of NFL headquarters.

Concourse »

Some residents were enthusiastic to see the NYCFC arrive, while others had not heard of the team.

East Village »

Plenty of bars are offering specials for Patriots and Seahawks fans alike.

Prospect Park South »

A controversy over a local Redskins team and the death of a homeless man's dog made news in New York.

Park Slope »

A couple of outraged Brooklyn parents argued that the Redskins name was racist.

Jackson Heights »

Colombia made it to the quarter finals of the World Cup for the first time.

Jackson Heights »

The suspect took off with more than $3,000, police said.

Upper East Side »

The Carlow East is so popular with Seattle fans, it partnered with two other bars for Super Bowl Sunday.

Midtown »

Broadway and some side streets will close to traffic through Feb. 2.

Bed-Stuy »

The new field was the result of a grant from the NFL.

Chinatown »

Sports fans are taking over the city. If you're not one of them, here's how to sideline the mayhem.

Astoria »

The Museum of the Moving Image will offer five playable versions of the game spanning through the years.