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Morning Brief: November 22nd

by Kris Venezia
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Thanksgiving dinner.

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner.

With the holiday coming up, here are some ways to enjoy the occassion in New York City. [Timeout NY]

Weather

Today, showers are expected with a high of 55, and tonight, more rain with a low of 39. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Power has been restored to some residents in northern New Jersey after an outage yesterday evening. [NY Daily News]

The number of jobs in New York City is rising. [NY Times]

New York veterans cope with stress through music. [WFUV News]

Sports

The Brooklyn Nets are in Minnesota at 8.

The New York Islanders are in Pittsburgh at 7.

On Stage Tonight

• Hot Tuna @ the Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture

• Bonnie Raitt and Marc Cohn @ New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) (Prudential Hall)

• Jonathan Richman featuring Tommy Larkins (with Hilton Valentine) @ the Bowery Ballroom

• Amos Lee with Jessica Lea Mayfield @ the Beacon Theatre

• Rick Derringer @ Iridium

• Wesley Stace’s Cabinet Of Wonders @ City Winery

• Josh Ritter @ Monmouth University (Pollak Theatre)

• Jill Sobule and Julia Sweeney @ the Sanctuary Concerts

• WFUV PRESENTS: Arlo Guthrie @ the Shea Center for Performing Arts (at William Paterson University)

• WFUV PRESENTS: Great Big Sea @ Tarrytown Music Hall

Today in History

In 1995, Toy Story was released as the first feature length film created completely computer generated.

WFUV's Morning Brief is published each weekday morning at 5 a.m. Do you have an event or news item that should be included? Email cryan@wfuvnews.org or leave a comment below.

 

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