Kin of missing Connecticut mom blocks estranged hubby from seeing kids

The estranged husband of a missing Connecticut woman tried to visit their five kids at his mother-in-law’s Upper East Side apartment Wednesday night — but was turned away by security guards she hired, a police source told The Post. see also Cops probing possible foul play in disappearance of Connecticut mom Authorities are investigating whetherRead moreRead more

Barrymore Film Center will honor little-known ‘original Hollywood’

Realty Check rarely crosses the Hudson River. But we make an exception for this week’s beam-signing ceremony for the Barrymore Film Center in Fort Lee, NJ — a 21,500 square-foot, 260-seat cinema, museum and movie archives building designed by architect Hugh Hardy. Click Here: titleist golf balls The “retro-futuristic” project, is to open in OctoberRead moreRead more

Rhyme and punishment: Inside the NYPD\u2019s secret, sprawling ‘Rap Unit’

Remy Ma thrilled the hundreds of fans who packed Irving Plaza last year for a concert that featured surprise cameo appearances by more than a half-dozen other New York rappers. The parade of guest stars climaxed with an appearance by Grammy winner Lil’ Kim, who joined Ma onstage for a performance of their 2017 collaboration,Read moreRead more

NY state barely cracks top 20 for jobs, NYC is even worse

As if you needed another reason to leave New York City. Click Here: Discount Golf Appare The US has seen notable job growth recently, with over 263,000 new jobs in April alone and the lowest unemployment rate since December 1969. However, not every city and state is enjoying a booming job market, which is whyRead moreRead more

‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2: Meryl Streep is on to these ladies

The action in HBO’s “Big Little Lies” Season 2 picks up nine months after the murder of Perry Wright (Alexander Skarsgard). Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect: As in Season 1, it’s the first day of school — and the mothers are jockeying for position with their children’s teachers. Renata Klein (Laura Dern)Read moreRead more

MLB’s attendance problem is getting worse

NEW YORK — The Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins drew 12,653 Wednesday night — combined. Baltimore, Cincinnati, Minnesota and Tampa Bay set stadium lows this year. Kansas City had its smallest home crowd since 2011 and Toronto and San Francisco since 2010. The Marlins’ average attendance is less than Triple-A Las Vegas. Major LeagueRead moreRead more

Edwin Diaz’s struggles have Mets bullpen in crisis mode

LOS ANGELES — It is not yet panic time, but it’s getting closer for Edwin Diaz and the Mets. Brodie Van Wagenen mortgaged a part of the team’s future to bring in the closer from Seattle, the AL Reliever of the Year last year who piled up 57 saves and pitched to a 1.96 ERA,Read moreRead more

Kim Jong Un executed officials after failed February summit with US: report

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un carried out a deadly purge following a failed February summit with President Trump in Vietnam, executing five people, including the country’s special envoy to the United States, Kim Hyok Chol, a report said Thursday. “Kim Hyok Chol was investigated and executed at Mirim Airport with four foreign ministry officialsRead moreRead more

‘Pole Dancing Rat’ steals the show on NYC subway train

Step aside, Chinese Takeout Rat — there’s a new rodent superstar taking the subway by storm. The Instagram account @SubwayCreatures shared a video Thursday of a rat bumping and grinding on the poles of a Manhattan Transit Authority F train with its 1.4 million followers. The internet  — following in the tradition of previous viralRead moreRead more

Spelling Bee whiz balances reality TV, social media stardom

OXON HILL, Md. — Akash Vukoti no longer stands out at the Scripps National Spelling Bee for his age, not with a record 23 spellers competing this year who are 9 or younger. But he’s the only member of the single-digit club to be making his third appearance at the bee, where onstage spelling startedRead moreRead more