Morning Brief: October 29th
For those looking to grab a cheap bite in the Big Apple, there's some deals going on in the city. [Timeout NY]
Partly cloudy today, with a high of 55, and tonight, it'll be mostly cloudy with a low of 43.
Need to Know
Some polls show that Democratic Mayoral Candidate Bill de Blasio may win the upcoming election by a historic margin. [NY Times]
The New York City Marathon will have increased security this year. [NY Daily News]
Ellis Island is up and running almost a year after Superstorm Sandy hit land forcing it to close. [WFUV News]
The New York Islanders host the New York Rangers at 7.
The New Jersey Devils welcome the Tampa Bay Lightening at 730.
Today in History
In 2012, one year ago, Superstorm Sandy made its way through the northeastern part of the United States, causing billions of dollars of damage and taking a few lives.
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