Morning Brief: October 18

by Connor Ryan
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Get those costumes together!

Head over to the McNally Jackson's Halloween Costume Lab tomorrow, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Don't have a costume ready for the 31st? Not to worry! Build one with on-hand experts. Sure to be a great time for kids. [More]

WEATHER
Sunny today, with a high of 69. Should be mostly sunny this weekend, as well. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
Who will succeed Ray Kelly as New York City's next police commissioner? The possibilities abound. [New York Times]

Emotions are stirred after a Dominican court rules on citizenship. [New York Times]

A former theater producer is taking over control of the High Line. [Wall Street Journal]

Judge strikes down bid by PAC to raise large sums for Lhota. [Wall Street Journal]

Teen found with dead fetus in shopping bag. [Newsday]

SPORTS
No major games in New York today.

ON STAGE TONIGHT
WFUV Presents: Father John Misty (Solo), Kate Berlant; 7:30 p.m. at The Town Hall [More]

TODAY'S HISTORY
1898: The United States takes possession of Puerto Rico.

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