Morning Brief: February 4
It's been over fifty years, but Harper Lee is finally coming out with a second book. She finished "Go Set a Watchman" some time in the mid-1950's, but never got it published. The recently rediscovered book is sort of a sequel of "To Kill a Mockingbird," following the protagonist Scout 20 years later. Lee is hardly appeared in the public eye since publishing her first, iconic book. Let's see if her new book will stand the test of time as well.
NEED TO KNOW
Jordan Executes Prisoners in Revenge for IS Killing [Washington Post]
Fall from Grace for PA Attorney General [New York Times]
At Least Seven Dead in Metro North Train Crash [NY Daily News]
De Blasio Focuses on Affordable Housing in State of the City [WFUV News]
Bronx Rep. Carl Heastie Elected New House Speaker in New York [New York Times]
The Islanders lost to the Panthers 4-2.
The Devils beat the Senators 2-1.
The Knicks lost to the Celtics 108-97.
The Rangers play the Bruin at 8.
The Nets play the Raptors at 7:30.
The Islanders are in Philly at 7:30.
Partly cloudy and warmer today, 43/33. [Full Forecast]
ON STAGE TONIGHT
- Amy Helm And The Handsome Strangers with Joan Osborne @ City Winery
- Bettye LaVette @ Café Carlyle
- Upstate featuring Rebecca Martin, Guillermo Klein and Larry Grenadier @ Rockwood Music Hall
- Milton @ the Living Room
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1938, Disney released Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
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