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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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  • NBA draft profile: Josh Selby, SG, Kansas

    NBA draft profile: Josh Selby, SG, Kansas
    JOSHUA C. SELBY Shooting Guard/Point Guard University of Kansas Jayhawks #32 6:01.0-183 Baltimore, Maryland Lake Clifton High School DeMatha High School The John Carroll School OVERVIEW Regarded as the elite incoming player in college basketball...
  • No place like home

    No place like home
    Prior to this year, Annapolis native Justin Brill had only seen one play at the Kennedy Center, and that was when he was a teenager and his family took his mom to see "Beauty and the Beast" onMother's Day. For his second time around at the...
  • The time 'Tommy Z' knocked a guy out at Madison Square Garden

    The time 'Tommy Z' knocked a guy out at Madison Square Garden
    Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski, a football player by trade and a boxer at heart, is taking advantage of the looming NFL lockout by getting back into the boxing ring. Zbikowski will fight on the undercard of a pro boxing event at the MGM Grand casino in Las...
  • Future uncertain, 1st Mariner Arena thrives

    Future uncertain, 1st Mariner Arena thrives
    Frank Remesch's mission was clear, if daunting. Somehow, he had to convince people that the hulking, cavernous 1st Mariner Arena, a 1960s relic that civic leaders had been talking about razing for years, was still a player — could still attract big-...
  • Ex-Aberdeen High, Penn State basketball star Monroe C. Brown Jr. dies suddenly

    Ex-Aberdeen High, Penn State basketball star Monroe C. Brown Jr. dies suddenly
    Monroe C. Brown Jr., a standout basketball player at Aberdeen High School in the late 1980s and later at Penn State, died suddenly March 9 at his Havre de Grace home. Paramedics were initially called to Mr. Brown's home in the 800 block of Conesteo...
  • Syracuse forward C.J. Fair hopes to recapture Big East form in Sweet 16

    Syracuse forward C.J. Fair hopes to recapture Big East form in Sweet 16
    The scrutiny surrounding the Syracuse basketball team has been there for months, starting with the allegations of sexual abuse by former longtime assistant Bernie Fine and, more recently, with accusations that Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim used players...
  • Merriweather Post Pavilion to host eclectic mix this season

    Merriweather Post Pavilion to host eclectic mix this season
    For some, the first signs of spring are warmer days and cherry blossoms. For others, the season truly begins with the arrival of the new concert season at Columbia's Merriweather Post Pavilion. Workers have been busy with spring cleaning in...
  • Rock & Bus facing backlash over Sweetlife Festival transportation screw-up

    Rock & Bus facing backlash over Sweetlife Festival transportation screw-up
    A party bus company that promised "luxury charter buses" to the Sweetlife Music Festival Saturday is facing a major backlash and thousands of dollars in refunds after it left hundreds of customers stranded. Numaan Akram, founder and CEO of Rock & Bus,...
  • Sudden death for Caps in stunning 3-2 loss to Rangers

    So much of the Washington Capitals' success in the postseason has stemmed from their ability to protect and hang on to even the slimmest of margins regardless of the adversity they faced. At a certain point, though, there was bound to be a break that went...
  • The Black Keys, a rock band thriving in a world of pop

    The Black Keys, a rock band thriving in a world of pop
    "Rock 'n' roll will never die," sang Neil Young in 1979. Lately, though, it seems to be in a coma. How else to describe the sad state of rock? The Billboard charts are filled with pop acts, rappers and country singers. Even sugary boy-bands have re-...
  • The Last Word with Berend Weijs

    The Last Word with Berend Weijs
    Berend Weijs was a favorite of Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon. It’s not that the 6-foot-10 center was a top scorer. But he¬†was affable, worked hard in practice and was a shot blocker. Weijs had an eventful two years. He played...
  • Brock Lesnar's return and how WWE crowds can make or break shows

    Brock Lesnar's return and how WWE crowds can make or break shows
    What a difference in the crowd from Raw in Miami on April 2 to Raw in D.C. on April 9. It was essentially the difference between a rock star show and an indy act. Yes, Miami’s crowd had many WWE diehards who made an entire WrestleMania weekend of...