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Morning Brief: November 14

Morning Brief: November 14
NYC Says Goodbye to Lou

Lou Reed’s family and friends are hosting a gathering at the Lincoln Center Terrace from 1-4 today.  It’s open to the public and billed on his Facebook page as “no speeches. no live performances, just Lou's voice, guitar music & songs - playing the recordings selected by his family and friends.”

Sunny again, and quite a bit warmer! High of 51. [Full forecast]


The Obama Administration is open to changes making changes to Obamacare after its troubled rollout. [Wall Street Journal].

NYC Schools are getting a huge donation for computers. [NY Daily News].

New York City releases its letter grades for schools, with an interactive map from WNYC.


Knicks beat Atlanta 95-91, the Nets game in Sacramento was too late for print.

Tonight, the Knicks host Houston at 8 and the Islanders host LA at 7,


John Fogerty @ the Beacon Theatre

Shawn Colvin with Dawn Landes @ City Winery

Dave Davies @ the Bergen Performing Arts Center (Bergen PAC)

Violent Femmes @ Roseland Ballroom

Jonny Lang (with Indigenous) @ NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Gary Clark, Jr. @ the Apollo Theater

Cat Power (with Nico Turner) @ the Brooklyn Masonic Temple

Buskin and Batteau (with Paul Guzzone)@ the Turning Point

WFUV PRESENTS: Mavis Staples and The Blind Boys Of Alabama @ Tarrytown Music Hall

WFUV PRESENTS: Dar Williams with Toshi Reagon @ the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)

WFUV PRESENTS: “Your Brain On Music” Daniel Levitin and Rosanne Cash @ the Shea Center for Performing Arts

On this day in 1970, Southern Airways Flight 932 crashes in the mountains near Huntington, West Virginia, killing 75, including members of the Marshall University football team.

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