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Morning Brief: October 13

Morning Brief: October 13
Winter is on it's way.

It may seem early, but the the ice rink at Rockefeller Center opens for business today. Even though it's not even Halloween yet, it's never too soon in the season to enjoy some ice skating with family and friends. The costs stand at $27 for adults, $15 for children and $12 to rent a pair of skates.


ISIL is Gaining Ground Despite Airstrikes [Wall Street Journal]

A Dallas Nurse Has Contracted Ebola [New York Times]

Candlelight Vigil Held for Sexual Assault Victim in Sayreville []

Bronx Hospital Will Reopen it's Birthing Center After a Year [New York Times]

Pandora Sheds Light on New York's Music Tastes [NY Daily News]


The Giants lost to the Eagles 27-0.

The Jets fell to the Broncos 31-17.

In hockey, the Rangers were beat by Toronto 6-3.

The Islanders beat the Hurricanes 4-3.

The Devils beat the Panthers 5-1 on Saturday.


It's going to be cloudy today with a chance of rain and highs around 67. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a chance of rain with lows close to 60.


• John Hiatt with Luther Dickinson @ City Winery
• Milky Chance @ the Bowery Ballroom


On this day in 1792, the White House cornerstone was laid.

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