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Central Harlem »

Harlem Gymnasts Compete for Top Honors at National Championships in Texas

The nine students, between 8 and 20 years old, will be in the "Trampoline and Tumbling" competition.

Upper East Side »

UES Softball Season Delayed Amid Bureaucratic Finger-Pointing, Players Say

The latest issue is part of an ongoing competition for park space that spans three decades.

Midtown »

Patriots Fans Arrested Protesting Tom Brady Suspension at NFL Offices

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

Chelsea »

Gay Sportsbar GYM Signs New 10-Year Lease in Chelsea

GYM signed a new 10-year lease for its spot on Eighth Avenue.

Fort Greene »

Historic Paramount Theatre Being Reopened As Entertainment Venue

The 1928 theater will soon host a variety of events, including music, comedy and boxing.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Curling Sweeps Into the City as Brooklyn League Begins in Prospect Park

Those behind the new Brooklyn Lakeside Curling Club hope to fill four tournament teams by January.

Midtown »

Christine Quinn to Help Honor Openly Gay Athletes at Awards Dinner

Athlete Ally, where Quinn is a board member, will honor Jason Collins and Martina Navratilova.

Corona »

How You Can Spend a Day in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

It's not just about baseball and tennis at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

Midtown »

Rangers Fans Celebrate First Stanley Cup Finals Appearance in 20 Years

The New York Rangers beat the Montreal Canadiens in Madison Square Garden Thursday night.

Morrisania »

Founder of Bronx Athletic League Looking to Take Program Citywide

Abdul "Sleep" Johnson hopes to expand C-Ball throughout New York City by next year.

Concourse »

River Avenue Renamed to Honor Yankees Great Mariano Rivera

The intersection of East 161st Street and River Avenue will now be known as Rivera Avenue.

Upper West Side »

Basketball's African-American Forefathers Take Center Court in Exhibit

A NY-Historical Society exhibit celebrates African-American basketball teams that predated the NBA.

Upper East Side »

10,000-Square-Foot Kids' Basketball Facility Opens on UES

Fastbreak Sports offers kids a chance to use the same tools as professionals.

Times Square & Theater District »

Homeless Athletes Take to Times Square for National Soccer Championship

Twenty-two men's and women's teams competed for a slot in the Homeless World Cup in Poland.

Brooklyn Heights »

Vintage Lacrosse Shop Opens to Support Young Brooklyn Players

Brooklyn Lacrosse is selling vintage goods in order to give local kids the opportunity to play lacrosse.