Morning Brief: January 13th
Here's a full list of concerts and events to attend this winter. [Timeout NY]
Today, partly cloudy with a high of 51, and tonight, showers should roll in late with a low of 42. [Full Forecast]
Need to Know
Some New Yorkers "forgot" their pants while taking the subway. [NY Daily News]
New Jersey cracks down on sex trafficking ahead of the Super Bowl. [Reuters]
Some Brooklyn residents are upset with a Denny's diner. [NY Daily News]
The New York Knicks host the Phoenix Suns at 7:30.
On Stage Tonight
- Moe., Trigger Hippy (featuring Joan Osborne, Jackie Greene, Steve Gorman [formerly of the Black Crowes] and more) and Aoife (ee-fuh) O’Donovan @ City Winery
- The Holmes Brothers (with Becca Stevens Band) @ Joe’s Pub
- Cassandra Wilson @ Highline Ballroom
Today in History
In 1990, the first African-American governor, Douglas Wilder, takes office in Virginia.
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