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Morning Brief: January 23

by Stephanie Colombini
Morning Brief: January 23

Andrew Dallos, Flickr

Tri-State area residents clean up the snow as bitter cold weather continues.

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio admits more could have been done about yesterday's snow cleanup on the Upper East Side [NY Daily News]


Expect scattered flurries in the afternoon, with the snow picking up a little in the early evening.  Highs around 22, with wind chills making it feel as low as right below tonight. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

New York Governor Cuomo says he's skeptical of Mayor De Blasio's plans to implement universal Pre-K, but says their relationship is still strong [NY Daily News'

Superbowl host East Rutherford, New Jersey feeling left out of the festivities [Wall Street Journal]

Report states Connecticut lacks some critical safe driving laws. [New Haven Register]


The New York Rangers host the St. Louis Blues at 7

The New York Islanders host the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight at 7:30

On Stage Tonight

The Rural Alberta Advantage Grey Lands (early show) @ Mercury Lounge, 6:30

Nathan Xander @ Rockwood Music Hall: Stage 1

Today in History

In 1943, Duke Ellington plays at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the first time.

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