Morning Brief: January 23
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio admits more could have been done about yesterday's snow cleanup on the Upper East Side [NY Daily News]
Expect scattered flurries in the afternoon, with the snow picking up a little in the early evening. Highs around 22, with wind chills making it feel as low as right below tonight. [Full Forecast]
Need to Know
New York Governor Cuomo says he's skeptical of Mayor De Blasio's plans to implement universal Pre-K, but says their relationship is still strong [NY Daily News'
Superbowl host East Rutherford, New Jersey feeling left out of the festivities [Wall Street Journal]
Report states Connecticut lacks some critical safe driving laws. [New Haven Register]
The New York Rangers host the St. Louis Blues at 7
The New York Islanders host the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight at 7:30
On Stage Tonight
The Rural Alberta Advantage Grey Lands (early show) @ Mercury Lounge, 6:30
Nathan Xander @ Rockwood Music Hall: Stage 1
Today in History
In 1943, Duke Ellington plays at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the first time.
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