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Leather Vests and Hairy Chests

On a strip of LA’s Santa Monica Boulevard right by the famous Eagle LA gay bar, hundreds of leather-strapped gay and queer folks gathered to rock their Sunday skimpiest at the Off Sunset Festival. Kicked off in 2013, the street fest was birthed by a group of LGBTQ+ Silver...
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15-year-old in critical condition after striking head while subway surfing atop NYC 7 train

A 15-year-old subway surfer was clinging to life early Friday after he struck his head while riding on the roof of a 7 train in Queens, sources said. Cops found the teenager unconscious and suffering a severe head injury on top of a train car inside the 111th Street station in North Corona around 6:30 p.m. Thursday, according to law enforcement sources. Police believe the boy was riding atop the southbound 7 train on elevated tracks when he struck his head on an unknown object. Dramatic images from the scene shows officers and paramedics lifting the teen off the train...
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NBA Draft 2022 winners and losers: Rough night for Knicks, Nets

The teams that win in the NBA are those that draft well, making the draft the lifeblood of the league. And Thursday night in Barclays Center, the Post takes a look at exactly who left the building as winners and who left as losers. Winners Orlando Magic The Magic got Shaquille O’Neal with the top pick in 1992, and Dwight Howard a dozen years later. They went with the most ready big this time, too. Paolo Banchero has the defense and intangibles for a team in desperate need of both. A 6-foot-10, 250-pounder who can pass, imagine Ben Simmons with a jumper. Detroit Pistons GM...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Woman riding moped struck by hit-and-run driver in Brooklyn

NEW YORK - Police are searching for the driver behind a hit-and-run in Brooklyn. Investigators say a 34-year-old woman was riding a moped when she was struck by a car. It happened around 2:45 a.m. Friday at Throop and Lexington avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The woman was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. There's no word on a suspect or vehicle description. Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or via DM on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential.  
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Lawmakers concerned Queens murder suspect could be released

NEW YORK -- A group of local lawmakers are concerned over reports that the man accused of killing a restaurant delivery worker in Queens could be released on bail Monday.Glenn Hirsch, 51, is charged with stalking and murdering 45-year-old Zhiwen Yan in Forest Hills in April.READ MORE: NYPD: Glenn Hirsch charged with murder in deadly shooting of delivery worker Zhiwen YanLawmakers, including Congresswoman Grace Meng, say Hirsch poses a danger to the community and should not be released.The Queens District Attorney's Office says bail conditions include house arrest and electronic monitoring.
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Early voting ends for New York primaries

NEW YORK -- Sunday was the last day of early voting in New York.The Board of Elections estimates over 86,000 New Yorkers cast their ballots over the past nine days.In the race for governor, Andrew Giuliani, Rob Astorino, Harry Wilson and Congressman Lee Zeldin are facing off for the Republican nomination.On the Democratic side, Gov. Kathy Hochul is running against Congressman Tom Suozzi and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.Web Extra: N.Y. Gov. Democratic Primary Debate | Republican Primary DebatePrimary Day is on Tuesday, and polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.There is a second primary in August. CLICK HERE for our voter guide.
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Insider sheds more light on Irving-Sixers trade situation

Is Kyrie Irving to the Sixers a legitimate trade possibility?!. ...well, no. Probably not. The idea was floated Thursday afternoon ahead of the 2022 NBA Draft as the basketball world heated up amid multiple reports of unrest in Brooklyn. Irving and the Nets are reportedly at an impasse over his contract situation, and that reportedly has Kevin Durant unsure of his future in Brooklyn as well. It's all very dramatic and gossipy, which is extremely fun.
BROOKLYN, NY

DJ LeMahieu’s game-tying homer sets the stage for Aaron Judge’s Yankees walk-off

DJ LeMahieu has the ultimate protection in the Yankees’ lineup, usually batting ahead of Aaron Judge.  LeMahieu’s game-tying home run in Sunday’s eighth inning set the stage for Judge’s latest accomplishment on his MVP résumé, a three-run blast to lift the Yankees to a 6-3 victory in 10 innings over the Astros in The Bronx.  LeMahieu’s seventh homer of the season came one inning after Giancarlo Stanton also had gone deep for the Yankees’ first hit in 16 innings since Friday night.  “The first little thing was Big G hitting the homer to get us our first hit. After that, business as usual....
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Brian Windhorst says the ‘godfather move’ for Pat Riley is to wait for Kevin Durant to say he wants out of Brooklyn

The Miami Heat could be in the market for a superstar this offseason as they look to improve their roster after falling short of the NBA Finals in the 2021-22 season. The Heat have been linked as a potential landing spot for Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving, but ESPN’s Brian Windhorst believes Miami could be waiting to land an even bigger star.
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Woman, 56, stabbed dead in Bronx apartment, cops say

A 56-year-old woman was found stabbed to death in a Bronx apartment early Friday, police said. A man seen on video entering and later leaving the Olmstead Ave. building –– part of the Castle Hill Houses — is being sought for questioning. Officers responding to a 3:37 a.m. 911 call found the victim, stabbed in the groin. Medics rushed her to Jacobi Medical Center but she could not be saved. No ...
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Kevin Durant may be distancing himself from Nets amid Kyrie Irving drama

The Nets seemingly can’t get it together. As Kyrie Irving’s time with the Nets continues to deteriorate, with the star Brooklyn guard giving his list of preferred destinations last week should the two sides not work out a contract, Durant is also reportedly distancing himself from the franchise at the moment. Last Friday, Logan Murdock of The Ringer said on The Mismatch podcast that Durant hasn’t talked to the Nets in weeks. “I don’t think Kevin is confident in the front office right now,” Murdock said. “I don’t know if he’s at the stage of leaving but there’s a big uneasiness from not...
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It’s past time Yankees fans stop blaming Jose Altuve for Astros’ cheating

Reggie Jackson shared an elevator the other day with Yankees fans, one of whom was telling his buddies how much he despised Jose Altuve.  “I hate that little sawed off SOB,” the gentleman proudly told his chums.  And that’s where Mr. October, now an Astros executive, entered the convo.  “He’s my favorite player,” Jackson told the fellow, before adding one comment. “You should be quiet.”  The fellow had one question for Reggie.  “You’re Reggie Jackson, aren’t you?”  “Yes, I am.”  And so, the guy took Reggie’s advice and shut up.  Now the rest of the Yankees faithful should follow suit.  It’s enough punishment already for Altuve regarding the Astros’...
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Panic grips Washington Square Park after fireworks mistaken for gunshots

The booming sound of fireworks sparked panic and fear at Washington Square Park on Sunday evening, sending parkgoers fleeing from the Manhattan green space. The startling noise could be heard by hundreds who were enjoying the Greenwich Village Park in the sweltering heat at around 8:30 p.m., according to police sources. Footage from the scene shows a massive exodus of people from the park after the blasts. Police sources confirmed that there were no shots fired. The infamous downtown park, where marijuana is sold in plain view of police, was the location of a massive pro-choice rally on Friday. One cop estimated there were 17,000 people in the crowd. Many were holding signs that said “Keep your laws off my body,” and “No uterus, no opinion,” while shouting chants like “My body, my choice.” After the protest, the crowd marched up 6th Avenue. About two dozen people were arrested for blocking traffic at 42nd where they stopped and sat on the floor in defiance of cars attempting to drive. Nearby, a protester appears to have broken a window and poured an unknown liquid on the floor at the Women’s National Republican Club on 51st street, photos show.
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