Bruno Mars is giving his fans a chance to win a backstage pass and help those who need a little assistance at the same time. The acclaimed singer is presently scheduled to perform at Madison Square Garden in New York City on July 14. Those who are planning to attend the concert can toss out
Actor and native New Yorker Michael Rapaport joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to talk about his new documentary "When The Garden Was Eden," which chronicles the glory days of the New York Knicks and their arena Madison Square Garden. Host...Show More Summary
Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Rangers, Game 1, 7:00 p.m. ET The Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers open their Stanley Cup playoff series tonight at Madison Square Garden. The two teams split their regular-season series, withShow More Summary
For the first time in the past four seasons, the New York Knicks will not be in the NBA playoffs. The Knicks are one of the most profitable teams in the NBA, as they had the average ticket price on the secondary market this season. With...Show More Summary
Now that MSG is back in business, the rivalry between Manhattan's premier arena space and Brooklyn's upstart concert venue is getting hotter by the New York minute. read more
The Knicks' season officially ended on Wednesday but it was doomed in early December when James Dolan vetoed a trade for Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry. Dolan, the Chairman of Madison Square Garden, was reluctant to give up a...Show More Summary
The New York Rangers will meet the Philadelphia Flyers for a Game 1 matchup at Madison Square Garden, and it should be a great series that bolsters the rivalry between both teams. The last time these two teams met, Wayne Gretzky wasShow More Summary
Sean Daughtry still remembers that one punch, a right hand from Robert Maldonado that staggered him backward at Madison Square Garden in April 1988.
The Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers open up the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. The two teams are long-time division rivals. This will mark the 11th playoff meeting between these two Metropolitan...Show More Summary
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) wears her gorgeous red dress to play a competitive game of cricket in Latimer Square Gardens on Monday (April 14) in Christchurch, New Zealand. The 32-year-old royal was joined for the game by her husband Prince William, who handed out a trophy at the end of the match! [...]
Before Manny Pacquaio and Timothy Bradley step inside the Squared Circle to settle their score tonight (Sat., April 12, 2014) at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, HBO will stream a trio of under card matches online before that start of the pay-per-view (PPV) The fights on the 1.5-hours long "Red Carpet" show include Esquiva Falcao vs. Show More Summary
Last week, Howard Stern attended the Nets/Knicks game at Madison Square Garden. As expected, he had floor seats, because of course he did. Well, apparently, Stern left the game early. This did not sit well with ESPN NBA Analyst Jeff Van Gundy, who took offense to this early departure and announced that if it were […]
Azoff MSG Entertainment, the joint venture between Irving Azoff's music management firm and the Madison Square Garden Company, has acquired a 50% stake in celebrity and music procurement and marekting firm Burns Entertainment. The new joint venture will be called. Show More Summary
5. Nick Cannon. While trying to film a promo for America's Got Talent in the middle of a Knicks game, Nick Cannon was booed off the court at Madison Square Garden. He was supposed to pretend to sink an impossible trick shot, but he could...Show More Summary
Oh, and yes, he packed Madison Square Garden last night (April 6, 2014)
Damn! Nick Cannon got treated like an ENEMY at a Knicks game at Madison Square Garden this week … when the crowd turned and hammered him with BOOS. Cannon was shooting a segment for “America’s Got Talent” on April 2nd
Athletes would walk 500 miles’ worth of loops around what’s now Madison Square Garden, only stopping on Sundays.
America's Got Talent's host Nick Cannon was repeatedly booed at a New York Knicks game last Wednesday at Madison Square Garden while trying to film a segment for the show during which he faked a trick shot. It's unclear whether the crowd...Show More Summary
Nick Cannon stopped by the Knicks game on April 2 to film a promo for America's Got Talent, that show where all the contestants sing except for one person who juggles dogs, or whatever. The Madison Square Garden crowd did not appreciate Cannon's presence. Read more...
Nick Cannon got no love at Madison Square Garden last week while filming a segment for America's Got Talent. Watch the video here: The post VIDEO: Nick Cannon booed at Madison Square Garden Knicks Game appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.