Morning Brief: October 27
Halloween’s on Friday, which means New Yorkers have just a week left to visit the city’s numerous haunted houses. No, I don’t mean the Dakota, but purpose-built haunted houses charging admission to scare your pants off. The most interesting one would be old New York-themed Nightmare New York, but Blood Manor is popular and Blackout caters to the more extreme customers.
NEED TO KNOW
Brazilian President Rousseff is Re-elected [USA Today].
White House Presses States to Reconsider Mandatory Ebola Quarantine Orders [NY Times].
Quarantined nurse blasts Gov. Christie as lawyer prepares to fight for her freedom [NY Daily News].
Research on Non-Traditional Funding Gets New Funding [WFUV News].
Families living in NYCHA developments can visit American Museum of Natural History free through May 2015 [NY Daily News].
Jets fall to Buffalo 43-23
Red Bulls beat Kansas City 2-0
San Francisco beats Kansas City 5-0 to go up 3 games to 2 in the World Series
Rangers host Minnesota @ 7
World Series game 6 @8
Sunny with a chill in the air, 62/52 [full forecast].
ON STAGE TONIGHT
-The Allman Brothers Band @ the Beacon Theatre
-Sinead O’Connor @ City Winery
-Bebel Gilberto @ the Blue Note
-Weezer @ the Bowery Ballroom
-Temples (with The Districts and Spires) @ Irving Plaza
-Angus And Julia Stone li(with Conner Youngblood) @ the Music Hall of Williamsburg
-Laura Cantrell (with Jennifer O’Connor) @ Rough Trade NYC
-David Knopfler @ Iridium
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1904, the first underground New York City Subway line opens. It’s now the biggest system in the United States.
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