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Matt Harvey tweets middle finger photo on anniversary of Tommy John surgery

It’s been six months since Matt Harvey underwent Tommy John surgery. What better way to celebrate the milestone than by sharing a photo of yourself flipping the bird? Surfing the Mets – NY Daily News Blogs

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Celebrate Earth Day at the Musket Room; Calliope’s Literary Series Continues

• Celebrate Earth Day at the Musket Room tonight with a candlelight, six-course special menu. Courses include ramps with berries in buttermilk dressing and spring peas with egg yolk and caviar. [Grub Street] • This Sunday, Calliope continues its literary dinner series with author Andrés Neuman, where he’ll be discussing his new book, Talking to […]

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Harper: Mets young guns could arm bullpen

The starting pitching gives these Mets a chance to surprise, especially if Jenrry Mejia is now a star on the rise. The offense is quite another matter, which practically rules out serious contention. Mets – NY Daily News

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Man Charged With Speeding Around Manhattan Busted For Driving With Suspended License

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A driver facing criminal charges over a speedy lap around Manhattan has been caught driving with a suspended license. A Manhattan judge raised Christopher Adam Tang‘s bond from $ 10,000 to $ 25,000 on Tuesday because of his April 5 arrest in the Bronx. Defense lawyer Gregory Gomez said Tang, 30, […]

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De Blasio’s carriage horse ban stalls — for now

Mayor Bill de Blasio is pulling back the reins on his plans to quickly get rid of New York City’s horse-drawn carriage industry, stung by a recent outpouring of support for the colorful coaches that have clip-clopped their way through Central Park for more than 150 years. A campaign pledge to take on the horses […]

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Fans Glimpse World’s Fair History

The New York State Pavilion, one of the few surviving relics of the 1964 World’s Fair, was reopened Tuesday, giving nostalgic members of the public a rare chance to go inside. WSJ.com: Newyork Main

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Red Sox still adjusting without Ellsbury, now with Yanks

First to worst? Their season is only 20-games young, yet last place in the AL East is exactly where the defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox are. Yankees – NY Daily News

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New London running out of cash, mayor says

New London Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio has asked the state for help because the city is running out of cash and won’t be able to make its $ 1.7 million payroll this week. WNYW – Local News

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Check Out a Pretty-Great-Sounding Breakfast Menu From the Titanic

Their grilled ox kidneys will go on, and down, in history. Here’s a decent restaurant concept idea, enterprising chefs: Up for auction this weekend is this menu for second-class breakfast aboard the Titanic served on April 11, 1912 — three days before it all went wrong. Unlike the ritzy first-class lunch menu that came up […]

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A Bright and Colorful Easter Sunday

New Yorkers across the city dressed to impress to celebrate Easter on a cheerful Sunday. Blooming trees, strollers on Fifth Avenue and Brooklyn churchgoers all looked grand under the gleaming sun. City Room

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Today’s Lead: Wait Lists for Kindergarten Shrink

Nearly half as many New York City children were put on a kindergarten wait list for this upcoming school year compared to last year, according to education officials. The decline is due to a new streamlined application process that allows parents to apply online at up to 20 schools simultaneously. The total number of soon-to-be […]

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New Jersey police officer, suspect shot outside Walmart: reports

Authorities are at the scene of 174 Passaic Street in Garfield where a Paramus officer described as assigned to a narcotics task force was shot, NBC New York reports. New York News – NY Daily News

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What to Eat at Berg’n, the New Brooklyn Beer Hall Serving Tons of Amazing Food

How about a sandwich from Mighty Quinn’s? Yesterday we told you about Berg’n, the Brooklyn Flea beer hall spin-off inside a 9,000-square-foot former garage that’s opening soon in Crown Heights. Now here’s everything on the vendors’ menus, from Pizza Moto’s grandma pies to Ramen Burger’s late-night Tonkotsu. (And please note: Prices, where listed, are tentative […]

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ArtsBeat: MCC Season Will Feature LaBute World Premiere

The season also includes New York premieres of plays by Simon Stephens and Jennifer Haley. NYT > Theater

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Source: Kerr interested in Knicks job, but wary of Garden culture

Steve Kerr has publicly expressed interest in the Knicks’ head coaching job and appears to be Phil Jackson’s leading candidate to replace Mike Woodson. Maybe that’s why behind the scenes Kerr is already asking close associates a question that is revealing on many levels. Knicks Rss Article only

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