Morning Brief: November 29
Who's got the best deals? Where should you go? Here's a guide to help you sort through the inevitable maddness. [NY Mag]
Mostly sunny today, with a high of 40. Saturday looks good, but Sunday could be a little rainy. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
Shoppers get an early start on deals by staking out stores on 'Gray Thursday.' [New York Post]
Balloon's floated in New York City's annual Thanksgiving Day parade, despite early weather concerns. [New York Times]
Subway fire disrupts Brooklyn-bound trains. [Daily News]
Giuliani endorses former commissioner Bill Braton to run NYPD. [Daily News]
Rangers at Boston Bruins; 1 p.m.
Detroit Red Wings at Islanders; 4 p.m.
Knicks at Denver Nuggets; 9 p.m.
Nets at Houston Rockets; 8 p.m.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
Dean Wareham, Papercuts; 8:00 p.m. at The Bell House [More information]
1972: Atari releases Pong — the first commerically successful video game.
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