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Bed-Stuy »

Mother Channels Grief into Life Lessons in Bed-Stuy Basketball Tournament

Oresa Napper-Williams founded the group Not Another Child after the death of her son, Andrell, in 2006.

Carroll Gardens »

Bastille Day Brings Petanque Tournament Back to the Streets

The neighborhood will celebrate the French National Day on July 14.

Central Harlem »

Famed Rucker Park Tournament Returns With Significant Changes

A new wooden court should appeal to more NBA players, EBC Commissioner Greg Marius said.

Park Slope »

Park Slope's P.S. 282 Chess Team Triumphs at National Tournament

The P.S. 282 chess team won trophies in five categories at the United States Chess Federation tournament.

Bushwick »

Boxing Champ Trainer Hosts Golden Gloves Match in Bushwick Gym

Longtime trainer Juan Rivas is finally hosting the Golden Gloves tournament in his neighborhood.

Williamsburg »

Skeeball Kicks Off Fall Season in WIlliamsburg

Fall "skeeson" just started at Full Circle Bar.

New York City »

Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray Cruise at US Open While Kim Clijsters Bows Out

The Williams sisters and Bryan brothers also advanced at day three of play in Flushing.

Williamsburg »

Female Arm Wrestlers Bring 'Bar Brawl' to Brooklyn

The 5 Boroughs Ladies Arm Wrestlers are headed to Public Assembly again in September.

Midtown »

Teen Bowling Tournament to Send Pins Flying at Grand Central

The tournament, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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.

Central Harlem »

Rucker Park Shooting Leaves Five Hurt

A gun battle broke out after a disputed call during a basketball game at the famous court, police said.

Long Island City »

Blue Cheese Ice Cream on Menu for LIC Cheesemonger Tournament

This Saturday cheese lovers can watch a cheese battle among cheesemongers from around the country.

Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick »

McCarren Park Holds First Track Meet

McCarren Park's track will fill with runners this Saturday.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Pinball Wizards Flip for WaHi Tournament

Some 200 people competed in the inaugural WaHi Pinball Open at Le Cheile on Dec. 3 and 4, 2011.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Chinatown Chess Champs Honored by Schools Chief

The Yung Wing School's "Panda Pawns" were the first elementary-school team to beat high-schoolers in a national contest.

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