Morning Brief: September 23

by Connor Ryan
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Man riding skateboard.

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A hotly debated topic on the sidewalks of Manhattan and in the alleys of Brooklyn, displayed in short films.

Ever almost get hit by a skateboarder? Head over to BAM's Rose Cinemas tonight to watch three short films in the series "Skateboarding is Not a Crime." [More information]

WEATHER
It's going to be a nice day to be outside — sunny, with a high of 66. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
Mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio was once a young leftist. [New York Times]

The M.T.A. plans to improve subway entryways. [New York Times

Cardinal Dolan says he will continue to speak against gay marriage and abortion. [Wall Street Journal]

A source close to Hillary Clinton tells aide Huma Abedin to separate from her husband Anthony Weiner. [New York magazine]

SPORTS
Mets at Cincinnati Reds; 7:10 p.m.
Yankees are off today.

TODAY'S HISTORY
1962: The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts opens in New York City.

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