Morning Brief: November 7
Well-known actress and a vocal advocate for children's literacy, Julianne Moore will be speaking at 92Y tonight. [More information]
Showers likely today, with a high of 63. Should clear up by tonight. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
Mayor-elect de Blasio takes his first steps to reshape New York City. [New York Times]
Christie says lap-band surgery has improved his quality of sleep, curbed appetite. [New York Times]
New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is in talks for JPMorgan job. [New York Post]
A mad dash through hallways fulfills gym credirs in one Crown Heights high school. [DNA Info]
New York Islanders at Carolina Hurricanes; 7 p.m.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
Patti LuPone at Carnegie Hall, 7:30 p.m. [More information]
2000: Hillary Rodham Clinton is elected to the United States Senate, making her the first former First Lady to be elected to public office.
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