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Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden
The self-appointed "World's Most Famous Arena," Madison Square Garden is a sports arena based in New York City that is home to the NBA's New York Knicks and NHL's New York Rangers. It also is the home arena of the WNBA's New York Liberty and since 1983 has hosted the Big East men's basketball tournament. (Photo AP)
The self-appointed "World's Most Famous Arena," Madison Square Garden is a sports arena based in New York City that is home to the NBA's New York Knicks and NHL's New York Rangers. It also is the home arena of the WNBA's New York Liberty and since 1983 has hosted the Big East men's basketball tournament. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • India's Modi jabs at Pakistan, encourages yoga in U.N. address

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday he wants to hold bilateral talks with neighboring Pakistan "without a shadow of terrorism," a day after Pakistan's prime minister expressed frustration with stalled talks over...
  • REVIEW: Ricky Nelson's sons do him proud with remembrance show at Sellersville Theater

    REVIEW: Ricky Nelson's sons do him proud with remembrance show at Sellersville Theater
    Gunnar and Matthew Nelson admitted Wednesday at Sellersville Theater 1894 that their late father, 1950 and ‘60s TV star and singer Ricky Nelson, wouldn’t have wanted a tribute like the show they were doing for him. “Luckily, God gave...
  • Jim Calhoun Documentary: The Reel Is Surreal

    Jim Calhoun Documentary: The Reel Is Surreal
    During his 40 years of college coaching, Jim Calhoun lived in the moment with an eye on the future. But a year into retirement, Calhoun is more comfortable recounting the past. A new documentary on the life of the former UConn men's basketball coach...
  • India's Modi to get rock star reception in New York

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - It is a rock 'n' roller's dream to "sell out The Garden," but for a foreign politician to pack New York City's most famous sports and entertainment arena is another thing entirely.     Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on his...
  • India's Modi seeks to crown global sales pitch with U.S. tour

    NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in the United States on Friday aiming to woo corporate titans and crown a burst of investment-focused diplomacy, while marking a personal victory for a man who was for...
  • It's Luke Bryan's party

    It's Luke Bryan's party
    Luke Bryan has good reason to hop around onstage the way he does. He's on fire. In the past month, he has sold out shows at Soldier Field in Chicago, Madison Square Garden in New York (twice) and the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, where he'll...
  • U.S. eager to forget about new India premier's 2005 visa denial

    When President Obama hosts new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for dinner at the White House next week, the leaders will have a long list of issues to discuss: trade disagreements, China's rise, nuclear policy and counter-terrorism, among others....
  • Cher's illness cancels start of her tour -- what does it mean for Allentown's new PPL Center?

    Cher's illness cancels start of her tour -- what does it mean for Allentown's new PPL Center?
    Music diva Cher has been ordered by doctors to undertake full bed rest because of an "acute viral infection" – a move that will postpone some dates on the second leg of her Dressed to Kill tour, which was to have kicked off Sept. 11 in Albany, N.Y....
  • Cher is sick with a virus, postpones two 'Dressed to Kill' shows

    Cher is sick with a virus, postpones two 'Dressed to Kill' shows
    Cher is sick with an "acute viral infection" and has postponed the start of the second leg of her "Dressed to Kill" tour, according to a statement posted on the website of the New York venue where was she was next scheduled to perform. The pop diva is...
  • 27 questions with Nik Wallenda

    27 questions with Nik Wallenda
    Perhaps you’ve heard the latest daredevil buzz: Wire walker Nik Wallenda will tightrope untethered over the Chicago River on Nov. 2. Perched on a wire more than 50 stories high above the Chicago River, Wallenda plans to walk from Marina City&...
  • Rock Icon Charmer Eddie Money Finds A Balance

    Rock Icon Charmer Eddie Money Finds A Balance
    When Eddie Money stuck his neck out during a 2012 Geico  commercial, in which he sung "Two Tickets to Paradise,'' while pretending to be a travel agency owner, fans shouldn't have been surprised. A generation ago, Money, now 65, kept his career going...