Morning Brief: October 14
With any parade there are sure to be delays and closures. Find out how today's Columbus Day Parade may impact your commute to work. [More information]
It's beginning to feel like fall — finally? Partly sunny today, with a high of 69. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
New York State pays to open the Statue of Liberty while the federal government remains closed. [WFUV]
One New York City museum prepares for opening of graffiti exhibit. [WFUV]
Mayoral contender Bill de Blasio "learned what not to do" from his troubled father. [New York Times]
No major games in New York today.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
Nine Inch Nails at Barclay's Center; 7:30 p.m. [More information]
1979: The first Gay Rights March in Washington, D.C. draws 200,000 people.