Paul's eight-show NYC-area moves to Brooklyn's Barclays Center this week. Continue reading…
Paul McCartney is playing eight shows in the NYC area as part of his "One on One" tour over the next two weeks. Last night, he performed the first of two nights at Madison Square Garden, and brought out a pair of Jersey legends to help...Show More Summary
Last night, Paul McCartney played the first of two nights at Madison Square Garden. During the encore, he brought out Bruce Springsteen to perform the Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There," which they've played live together before. They did the song not once but twice in a row. For their first rendition, Steven Van Zandt…
Paul McCartney got a little help from his friend to close out his first full concert at Madison Square Garden in a dozen years.
PPaul McCartney returned to Madison Square Garden, where the Beatles legend proved he hasn't lost a bit of his magic.
Two-time Olympic champions Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux will fight at Madison Square Garden.
Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux will fight Dec. 9 at Madison Square Garden in New York, Lance Pugmire of the Los Angeles Times reported Friday. Lomachenko is 9-1 as a professional, and he will defend the WBO Junior Lightweight...Show More Summary
When you see Arcade Fire live in 2017, there will be plenty of moments when you'll be sure you're watching the real deal, and not a remarkably convincing impression of Arcade Fire. For every stumble, there is a corrective, like whenShow More Summary
With a stage made to look like a boxing ring, Arcade Fire came out fighting for their show at MSG... Continue reading…
Arcade Fire arrived at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night with a chip on their shoulders.
The 11th edition of Stand Up for Heroes – an annual fall concert benefiting injured servicemen, women and their families – is set for November 7 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. The event, which also launches the New York Comedy...Show More Summary
Charles Oakley says Knicks owner embarrassed him on live TV. Continue reading…
More than 1,600 miles away from home, Arcade Fire honored Houston during their show at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night.
The suit stems from an incident last Feb. 8 in which Oakley was arrested by security guards during a game at the Garden.
Beloved Knicks legend Charles Oakley has filed a lawsuit against Madison Square Garden and MSG chairman James Dolan, alleging that the team's owner directed arena security to "forcibly remove [Oakley] from the Garden and publicly embarrass him on live television" during a February game. Show More Summary
NEW YORK, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Former New York Knicks basketball star Charles Oakley on Tuesday filed a civil lawsuit against Madison Square Garden Co, MSG Networks Inc and their executive chairman, James Dolan, in connection with his forcible removal from a Knicks game in February. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Here’s the NY Post with the latest on the long, drawn-out saga between Charles Oakley and Knicks owner James Dolan/Madison Square Garden: Charles Oakley’s battle with his former employer and current nemesis is not over yet. Oakley is preparing to file a civil law suit stemming from the February incident in which he was forcibly removed from Madison Square [...]
Charles Oakley filed federal suit against Knicks owner James Dolan, Madison Square Garden and MSG Networks over his treatment at a game.
Depeche Mode played their second of two shows at Madison Square Garden on Monday night (9/11). They mixed things up a fair amount, setlist-wise, from Saturday's show, with tour debuts of "Policy of Truth" and "Black Celebration"... Continue reading…
The former Knick isn't finished with James Dolan after his ejection from MSG last year