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NBA to Investigate Amar'e Stoudemire's Gay Slur on Twitter

Amar'e Stoudemire reportedly called a fan a gay slur on Twitter.

Flushing »

Mets Quiet Section Proposed to Help Autistic Children

The Mets said that the "quiet zone" idea was meant to help kids with autism enjoy games at Citi Field.

Washington Heights »

Missing Teen Pierce Crowley Found in Washington Heights

Missing 15-year-old Pierce Crowley of Westchester, NY, was found in Washington Heights Thursday morning.

Upper East Side »

Met Costume Gala to Get Oscar Treatment with Live Red Carpet Coverage

The Met Costume Institute Gala, held May 7, will be live-streamed online for the first time.

New York City »

Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire Punches Glass After Loss, May Miss Playoff Series

Stoudemire suffered a cut to his hand and could be out for the playoff series against the Miami Heat.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Staten Island Grandma Trying to Get 80K Twitter Followers

Josephine Lamberti, 80, known as @J_DIMPS, is on a mission to get 80,000 Twitter followers.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Wild Turkey Flies Away From Washington Heights Fire Escape

After making a Washington Heights fire escape its home for a weekend, a wild turkey flew from its coop.

Manhattan »

Ryan Gosling Saves Woman From Stepping Into Traffic

The actor apparently stopped a woman from stepping in front of a cab on Sixth Avenue Tuesday.

Manhattan »

Jeremy Lin Lunches with ESPN Editor Fired for Racist Headline

Jeremy Lin and former ESPN editor Anthony Federico had lunch March 27, 2012.

Manhattan »

iPads Coming to Some Taxis

Drivers applaud TLC's approval of a pilot program to test iPad-based credit card readers. 

Manhattan »

Giants DT Chris Canty Predicts 28-17 Super Bowl Win, Then Backpedals

Giants defensive tackle Chris Canty predicted at 28-17 New York win over the Patriots.

Harlem »

Papa John's Pizza Shop Accused of Racial Slur on Receipt

A Papa John's in Hamilton Heights was accused of calling customer Minhee Cho a racial slur. 

Manhattan »

NY Times Apologizes for 'Spam' Email Warning of Subscription End

The Times sent out conflicting information about an email warning readers their subscription had ended.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

New Web Series 'In the 'Wood' Puts Comic Focus on Uptown

A group of creative Inwood residents launched a new web series called "In the 'Wood." 

Manhattan »

Track Santa's Sleigh Ride Around the Globe

Find Santa as he travels around the world with NORAD's Santa Tracker on Christmas Eve.