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  • Sportsnet host Damian Goddard fired for anti gay marriage tweet

     
    Damian Goddard, a freelance contractor hockey host, was fired from Sportsnet after sending an anti-gay marriage tweet....
  • Matthew Morrison cancels most of solo tour, to join Backstreet Boys, New Kids on the Block summer outing

     
    Matthew Morrison has changed plans for his summer tour. Originally, the “Glee” star was slated to hit the road for a 22-date summer solo trek that would have kicked off June 18 in Minneapolis and wrapped up in Los Angeles......
  • Lingerie Football League Kicks Off In New York

    Lingerie Football League Kicks Off In New York
    Forget about the NFL, say hello to the LFL: the Lingerie Football League. The LFL has actually been around for a while, but this year the New York Majesty is joining the league, as an expansion team. Open tryouts were held Thursday at the Long Island...
  • Big Crowds Expected At Lighthouse Project Hearing

    Big Crowds Expected At Lighthouse Project Hearing
    The Town of Hempstead's hearing Tuesday on the environmental impacts of the proposed Lighthouse project surrounding Nassau Coliseum is expected to attract more people than the 1,150-seat venue on the nearby Hofstra University campus can hold. To...
  • NY Islanders May Move To Mets' Proposed Citifield Sports Complex

    NY Islanders May Move To Mets' Proposed Citifield Sports Complex
    A plan to move Long Island's only nationally recognized sports franchise to Queens could become a reality, and word about the proposed move of the Islanders hockey team comes itself from a nationally recognized franchise in a different sport. The New...
  • Survey: NYC Sporting Venues Have Big Health Code Violations

    Survey: NYC Sporting Venues Have Big Health Code Violations
    Fans may want to eat out before going to a sporting event in New York City, a new report -- and some local sports fans -- suggest. A survey of 107 major sporting venues nationwide by ESPN found that about a third of them had significant health code...
  • A Moving Tribute. Victory A Footnote To History

    Perhaps the saddest moment in Hartford history was the circus tent fire of July 6, 1944. It became known as The Day the Clowns Cried. Another of the city's saddest moments arrived April 13, 1997. Perhaps it should be remembered as The Day They Cried...
  • Newsday exclusive: D'Amato helps raise $$ for Paterson

     
    Former Republican U.S. Sen. Alfonse D'Amato is apparently playing a major role in organizing a fundraiser for Democratic Gov. David Paterson ??? to be co-hosted by a bi-partisan myriad of Long Island developers, lawyers, doctors and top executives, at.......
  • Lighthouse Project aims to make Coliseum less dumpy

     
    I had a nice talk last week with former Newsday sports staffer Katrina Doell, who now is a spokeswoman for the Lighthouse Project. She even has a blog dedicated to it. Why should I link to it? Why not? She......
  • Baumbach discusses Lighthouse with Hempstead pol

     
    Wow, check out Baumbach getting all reporter-ish here with an update on the Lighthouse Project in which he talks to an actual politician! Better him than me. Like Katie Strang, Baumbach has spunk. I like spunk. So let me get......
  • WFAN's leaky basement studio is not state of the art

     
    Even when I have been most critical of WFAN in general or Mike Francesa/Chris Russo in particular, no one there has taken issue with my description of the place as "a leaky basement in Astoria." It's been a problem since......