The Jets’ decision Friday evening to cut quarterback Mark Sanchez and sign Michael Vick marked the end of an era for fans.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
Fans of the pop group One Direction descended en masse Monday to the Ziegfeld Theatre in Midtown, hoping to catch just a peek at the young men from London as they visit New York to debut their documentary, “This Is Us.”
Yankees fans were set to gather Saturday to protest a reported plan by the team to join with Ticketmaster and set minimum prices on resale tickets.
The group behind hit song “Cruise” say “it would get pretty lonely” if they didn’t get to share their experiences with fans.
Zac Brown Band makes a point to specifically thank fans for the success of making their newly released ‘Uncaged’ album number one!
Amtrak’s Cliff Cole told WCBS 880 that workers began replacing the entire cooling system last week, but that it’s not completely up and running.
“The Hunger Games” trilogy has attracted a cult following, much like the “Twilight” phenomenon. Actors Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson signed autographs ahead of Friday’s premiere.
On Sunday afternoon, a bouquet of pink roses was at the entrance, attached to a sign reading “RIP Whitney.”
Fans poured out on the streets of Times Square after the Giants’ 21-17 win over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
The kickoff for Super Bowl XLVI is now just hours away and CBS2′s Karen Brown spoke with Giants fans who promise a win.
Victor Cruz, who got a hometown sendoff in Paterson this weekend is so popular, his jerseys and T-shirts are this week’s top sellers at Modell’s in Times Sqaure.
“Absolutely 100 percent confident, 100 percent confident. The Giants are going to take us to the Super Bowl,” said G-Men fan Andrew Wisniewski.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will wear throwback uniforms honoring their Brooklyn roots for six games during the upcoming season.
“Shut down Tom Brady. That’s it,” one fan told WCBS 880′s Mike Xirinachs, “They got to knock him down. They got to take him out.”