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Today is opening day at Yankee Stadium, though it’s not really the opening day of the baseball season. And it’s not the real Yankee Stadium either. As a New Yorker I am a Yankees fan, though I don’t follow sports very much. Even though the Yankees have done a lot of winning, they don’t always… Read more »

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Some of us in New York have the unfortunate burden of being Jets fans. The New York Jets were a great team sometime more than 40 years ago. Like the Knicks and Mets, they have made it their modus operandi to find new ways to break their fans’ hearts. They have been described as more… Read more »

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New York City has no legal places to hunt, and it’s a good thing that we can’t start shooting geese in Central Park or pigeons in Prospect Park. Although one could probably bag a nice wild turkey in Inwood Hill Park if you’re patient enough, it would be a bad idea to take your shotgun… Read more »

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Having successfully tightroped on a 2-inch-thick steel cable above the dry river bed near the Grand Canyon Nik Wallenda is now eyeing his next venue which maybe New York. Wallenda hopes his next stunt will take him between the Chrysler and Empire State buildings and he is also open to suggestions and will ask his Facebook and Twitter… Read more »

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LONDON:  Maria Sharapova has blasted America’s own Serena Williams  for her controversial comments over a high-profile rape case and also criticized the Wimbledon Champion’s colourful private life. We say save the battle for the Tennis Match and let Wimbledon begin in peace. There will be enough time for fighting on the Tennis Court and whatever comments Serena made she has apologized for. You might… Read more »

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Following this weeks Jihadist attack in London, and last months Boston Marathon bombings, today thousands of athletes have joined victims of the Boston Marathon bombings to run and walk the last mile of the race, reclaiming the triumph of crossing the finish line. About 3,000 runners and bombing victims gathered in light rain today to run the final mile… Read more »

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There is a sign which may have caught your eye in Central Park and warns of a snakeshead fish: “If you catch this fish, do not release it. Contact the authorities immediately. It does not belong and could radically alter the local fish population.” Wow, fish at large, and not just any fish but a… Read more »

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Imagine getting a little bit of the Ocean sans seaweed in Mid-Town. Well now you can. The New York Health and Racquet Club,( NYHRC) currently has saltwater pools at three of its Manhattan locations at 50th Street, 76th Street, and 23rd Street, and swimmers say that the effects on the skin are amazing. In fact… Read more »