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  • What I found in dad’s old jukebox (it's not what you think)

  • Every once in a while, I’ll open something up that hasn’t seen the light of day for a while. One of my kids’ baby boxes, a closet in my mother’s house, or a box of old files. It always yields discoveries, forgotten memories and much more.
  • DOE info chief Peter Quinn abruptly quits in fund-use probe

  • The city Department of Education’s chief information officer abruptly quit on Tuesday amid allegations he misappropriated DOE funds, The Post has learned. Peter Quinn, 69, oversaw the DOE’s Division of Instructional and Information Technology, which develops Internet access and data systems for city schools. Quinn, whose salary was $180,000 a year, “resigned irrevocably by mutual...
  • Dustin Johnson keeps Mexico lead over McIlroy as Tiger fades

  • MEXICO CITY — Dustin Johnson watched a six-shot lead shrink to two before putting together enough birdies Saturday for a 5-under 66 and a four-shot lead over Rory McIlroy going into the final round of the Mexico Championship. Johnson nearly threw away his six-shot lead through eight holes when McIlroy made a 35-foot birdie putt...
  • Inside Nets’ puzzling decision to bench Rodions Kurucs

  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. — After shockingly pulling Rodions Kurucs not only from the lineup but the entire rotation, Nets coach Kenny Atkinson insists he sees the Latvian rookie as a starter in this league. “I project him as an NBA starter. I just think that’s who he’s going to turn out to be,” Atkinson said before...
  • Syracuse community rallies behind Boeheim coaching after fatal accident

  • SYRACUSE — Jim Boeheim was on the sideline. The Carrier Dome was at capacity. The atmosphere was electric for a showdown with top-ranked Duke — like so many Saturdays in Central New York before them. Except, this was different, unlike any game Boeheim has coached. Just a few days ago, the Hall of Fame Syracuse...
  • Inside the training program that helped launch Gillibrand’s political career

  • In 2005 an ambitious young lawyer attended a five-day intensive training program at Yale University. The short but grueling schedule at the Women’s Campaign School was packed with workshops on polling, fundraising, public speaking, handling the press — and makeup. Eighteen months later, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) was serving in the House of Representatives, her...

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