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Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment has partnered with Hospital for Special Surgery and LeFrak Center at Lakeside to launch Sticks & Skates, a community program designed to provide free public ice skating and hockey programming ( BS&E ). ...
The NFL will spend millions of dollars in the U.K. "in an effort to increase interest in the biggest event of the U.S. sporting calendar the Super Bowl," according to Julia Day of the London GU
The WASHINGTON POST''s Krissah Williams reported that the American Tennis Association (ATA) is opening its first national office in Prince George''s County, VA. The group "will move into an office spa
The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Wednesday, November 27, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Nov 26, 2002 Nov 25, 2002 Nov 22, 2002 Nov 21, 2002 Nov 20, 2002 Nov 19, 2002 Nov 1
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During a "tense, high-volume meeting" yesterday, the YankeeNets BOD voted not to buy a 20% stake in the "cash-strapped Devils," according to Futterman & Jordan of the Newark STAR-LEDGER. Two YankeeNet
The following is Part X of THE DAILY''s "Turnstile Tracker," which estimates that over 462 million people attended sporting events in the U.S. and Canada during the ''01-02 sports year. Presented toda
D''Backs Managing General Partner Jerry Colangelo "is steamed at" Pat Rooney, the agent for Rockies OF Larry Walker, to the "point where Colangelo is considering legal action" regarding a recent trade
Stars Lite-ing The Lamp Again In a surprising move that impacts three franchises, Jim Lites announced he is leaving the Coyotes after only nine months as President & COO and is returning to Dallas to
The HONOLULU ADVERTISER''s Ferd Lewis reported that "ticket numbers point to slightly fewer fans getting tickets for (Univ. of HI) home [football] games than the same point in three previous seasons."
NHLPA Exec Dir Bob Goodenow said that he is "hopeful a work stoppage will be averted, though he interpreted" NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman''s recent remarks about having support from NHL governors to
NATIONAL TV MONITOR: Last night''s 12:00am ET 60-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" led with Hornets-76ers, followed by a report that 76ers coach Larry Brown will be named head coach of the ''04
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