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Reporter with disability mocked by Trump says they knew each other well

Donald Trump said he couldn't have been making fun of a reporter's disability because he doesn't know the man. Not so, says the reporter. Serge Kovaleski of The New York Times says he has met Trump repeatedly, interviewing him in his office and talking to him at news conferences, when he worked...

Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Carmelo Anthony Spend Thanksgiving Together in NY

Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are pals in real life. So with the Miami Heat set to face the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Friday, the Heat's All-Star duo met up with Melo to celebrate Thanksgiving. It looked...Show More Summary

Disabled New York Times reporter calls out Donald Trump for mocking him

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump said he couldn't have been making fun of a reporter's disability because he doesn't know the man Not so, says the reporter. Serge Kovaleski of The New York Times says he has met Trump repeatedly, interviewing...Show More Summary

Forget Harvey or Wheeler Trade, Mets Should Go for It in 2016 with Loaded Staff

The New York Mets have a surplus of arms, to put it mildly. They could dip into it to address their needs on offense. Or they could double down and defend their National League crown with a young, burgeoning super rotation. There is no bad choice. Show More Summary

Noah Syndergaard Is Now A True New Yorker

last weekSports : Deadspin

Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard is enjoying his offseason and taking in all the experiences New York has to offer. Two weeks ago, he went to a Knicks game. Like a true New Yorker, Syndergaard captured the occasion by lying on the Madison Square Garden court while wearing the expression of a dog who had been abruptly turned on its back. Read more...

A New Faulkner Play Has Been Unearthed and Published for the First Time

Just when you thought 2015 had already met its long-lost literature quota, along comes a new William Faulkner play. The New York Times reports that a never-before-published Faulkner play has been unearthed at the University of Virginia and published for the first time in The Strand magazine's holiday issue out... More »

MLB Schedule: Mets-KC Open Sunday, Pirates-Miami in San Juan

last weekSports / Baseball : Bats

The champion Kansas City Royals will host the New York Mets in a World Series rematch when the 2016 Major League Baseball season starts in April with three Sunday openers. Next year's schedule also includes two games in Puerto Rico between Pittsburgh and Miami.

We found a 5-year-old startup that's profitable and generating tens of millions — and it didn’t burn gobs of cash to get there

When Movable Ink CEO V ivek Sharma first met his cofounder, he could go months without seeing another startup entrepreneur in New York City. “Doing a startup here was unusual,” he says. “Foursquare and Etsy did carry the torch a little.”...Show More Summary

Conversation with Dan Shapiro

Last week I had a long and fun Skype talk with Dan Shapiro. Dan and I met at the last Maker Faire in New York and we really hit it off. Dan is an entrepreneur, inventor, designer, software designer and all around interesting guy. I wrote a little about Dan's new venture Glowforge here a few weeks ago. Show More Summary

MLB Non-Playoff Teams Poised to Become Real Contenders This Offseason

There has been no shortage of parity around Major League Baseball in recent years, and that was never more true than this past season. The Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, New York Mets and ChicagoShow More Summary

How I Met Your Mother Duo Will Try to Win Back Your Trust With a New Show About New York City

Baby, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas know they hurt you with the How I Met Your Mother finale, but now they're out to make it right: Deadline reports that the duo are developing a new show for CBS (albeit a single-camera one this time), one that will make things better than... More »

Newswire: Creators of How I Met Your Mother are working on another New York sitcom

Deadline reports that Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, creators of How I Met Your Mother (and architects of one of TV’s most infamous bait-and-switches), have just sold a new New York-based sitcom to CBS. The half-hour comedy, New YorkShow More Summary

How I Met Your Mother Bosses Creating a New NYC Comedy

How I Met Your Mother's creators Craig Thomas and Carter Bays are heading back to the Big Apple with their next project. The duo will be writing and executive-producing a new comedy for CBS, Deadline reports. TitledNew York Mythological,...Show More Summary

‘How I Met Your Mother’ Creators Carter Bays & Craig Thomas Set Magic-Themed Comedy ‘New York Mythological’ At CBS

In their first TV writing effort as a duo since creating CBS’ long-running comedy series How I Met Your Mother, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are returning to the eye network with another comedy project set in the Big Apple, New York Mythological. Show More Summary

FLESH AND BONE Preview: Unwanted Attention

We met Claire in the series premiere of FLESH AND BONE, a troubled young girl desperate to escape her home life who traveled to New York and was accepted at the American Ballet Academy. Her raw talent impressed Paul, ABC’s Artistic Director, but it’s starting to alienate the other dancers in the company. And at […]

How a Man Blew $718K on Psychics

Niall Rice met Michelle while receiving treatment for acute anxiety at an Arizona rehab clinic. "We had such a strong connection, it was unbelievable," the 33-year-old Brit tells the New York Times. "I loved her deeply." The pair broke up weeks after leaving rehab, but Rice couldn't move on. Heartbroken,...

Why Now Is Not the Right Time for the Mets to Trade Matt Harvey

When it comes to the New York Mets, two things are very clear: They have the best starting pitching staff in baseball. They have absolutely no chance of being able to retain all of their young pitching talent as they start to hit the...Show More Summary

New York's Met Opera sings French anthem after attacks

last weekArts : Artdaily

New York's Metropolitan Opera led by Placido Domingo on Saturday mourned the victims of the attacks in Paris with an unscheduled performance of the French national anthem. Ahead of a matinee of Puccini's "Tosca," Domingo conducted the orchestra in "La Marseillaise" as the Metropolitan Opera Chorus sang the words in French on stage. Show More Summary

For 3 Royals, Gold Gloves Cap a Perfect Season

last weekSports / Baseball : Bats

Eric Hosmer, Salvador Perez and Alcides Escobar were in New York again — this time to honor their defensive prowess, one of the key factors in Kansas City’s World Series victory over the Mets.

10 MLB Teams Who Need to Get Busy This Offseason

The New York Mets surprised fans by making a run to the World Series. That New York fan base now wants more than just a pennant. A professional sports competition such as Major League Baseball is a "what have you done for me lately" business. Show More Summary

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