Morning Brief: September 27

by Connor Ryan
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Grand Central Terminal.

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Had a tough commute this week? Check out Grand Central's annual festival happening all day today.

Despite the Metro North train problems, Grand Central's annual festival is happening all day today. The event will feature hundreds of international art, food, antique and merchandise exhibitors. [More information]

WEATHER
Mostly sunny today, with a high of 74. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
The New York City Opera will not likely reach its fundraising goal by the deadline next week. [New York Times]

Survey: New York City's air is cleanest in 50 years. [New York Times]

On his way out, Mayor Bloomberg has a testy exchange with reporters. [Daily News]

Weekend subway work will impact 13 trains. [DNA Info]

ON STAGE TONIGHT
Atoms for Peace; 8 p.m. at Barclay's Center

SPORTS
Milwaukee Brewers at Mets; 7:10 p.m.
Yankees at Houston Astros; 8:10 p.m.

TODAY'S HISTORY
1540: The Society of Jesus receives its charter from Pope Paul III.

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