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Morning Brief: November 22nd

Morning Brief: November 22nd
Thanksgiving is just around the corner.

With the holiday coming up, here are some ways to enjoy the occassion in New York City. [Timeout NY]


Today, showers are expected with a high of 55, and tonight, more rain with a low of 39. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Power has been restored to some residents in northern New Jersey after an outage yesterday evening. [NY Daily News]

The number of jobs in New York City is rising. [NY Times]

New York veterans cope with stress through music. [WFUV News]


The Brooklyn Nets are in Minnesota at 8.

The New York Islanders are in Pittsburgh at 7.

On Stage Tonight

• Hot Tuna @ the Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture

• Bonnie Raitt and Marc Cohn @ New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) (Prudential Hall)

• Jonathan Richman featuring Tommy Larkins (with Hilton Valentine) @ the Bowery Ballroom

• Amos Lee with Jessica Lea Mayfield @ the Beacon Theatre

• Rick Derringer @ Iridium

• Wesley Stace’s Cabinet Of Wonders @ City Winery

• Josh Ritter @ Monmouth University (Pollak Theatre)

• Jill Sobule and Julia Sweeney @ the Sanctuary Concerts

• WFUV PRESENTS: Arlo Guthrie @ the Shea Center for Performing Arts (at William Paterson University)

• WFUV PRESENTS: Great Big Sea @ Tarrytown Music Hall

Today in History

In 1995, Toy Story was released as the first feature length film created completely computer generated.

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