Rockaway Beach »

PHOTOS: Surfers Trek Through Snow to Ride Storm Waves in Rockaway Beach

The nor'easter didn't bring as much snow as expected but waves were between 5 and 7 feet high.

Gravesend »

Team Brooklyn Takes on Team Bronx in Handball Rematch Saturday

The Brooklyn and Bronx borough presidents will each lead a team during a Brooklyn handball tournament.

East Village »

Eatery Serving 'Under-Inflated' Chicken Nuggets in Honor of Deflategate

The Nugget Spot is poking fun at the New England Patriots with its "Deflate-gate' inspired special.

Midtown East »

World's Top Squash Players Battle in Grand Central Tournament

The squash court, specially built in Vanderbilt Hall, will host dozens of matches through Jan. 23.

Downtown Brooklyn »

PHOTOS: See Tough Mudder's New Tear Gas Obstacle and Other Challenges

The Downtown Brooklyn company also increased the voltage in their electro shock obstacle course.

Prospect Heights »

Eccentric Nets Superfan Dies After Plunging From Window, Police Say

Jeffrey Vanchiro, known as Gamblero, died on Sunday night.

Prospect Heights »

Demonstrators Protest Eric Garner Decision Outside Barclays Center

Protests continued the week after a grand jury did not indict an NYPD officer in Eric Garner's death.

Corona »

Trade a Coat for Free Mets Tickets at Citi Field 'Warm-Up' Drive

The home team is collecting coats and jackets for New Yorkers. 

South Street Seaport »

Learn to Curl at South Street Seaport's Ice Rink

Curling lessons are held every Wednesday through December at the Seaport's seasonal ice rink.

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.

Inwood »

World Cup Star Helps Youth Soccer Program Launch 1st US Branch in Inwood

InterCampus, the youth outreach arm of Inter Milan, will kick off Friday with about 70 local children.

Midland Beach »

Mets Donate Baseball Diamond and Stadium Seats to School Damaged by Sandy

The team also refurbished the family room at P.S. 52, a school in Midland Beach.

Central Harlem »

How Soccer Restored the NYPD's Relationship With Harlem's African Community

The commanding officer set up a series of soccer games with Harlem's African immigrant community.

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