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Morning Brief: April 28

Morning Brief: April 28  (photo: Adamzeller, Wikipedia)

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Street Fairs are one of New York City's great joys, bringing food, drink, a lively atmosphere, and a brief respite from car-clogged streets. And as it warms up, there's more of them. Sometimes running across one at random is nice, but if you want to know when and where some of the best ones are, here's a list.

NEED TO KNOW

Trump Proposes Big Change to Foreign Policy  [Wall Street Journal]

Cruz Names Fiorina VP Pick--Despite Being Behind  [Washington Post]

Bronxites Breathe Sigh of Relief After Mass Gang Arrests  [New York Times]

Yale Won't Re-Name Calhoun College  [New York Times]

Cuomo Aid In The Loop on De Blasio Campaign Tactics  [NY Daily News]

WEATHER

Showers possible this afternoon, highs at 60 degrees

SPORTS

Yankees play the Red Sox at 7:10

ON STAGE TONIGHT

 WFUV Presents: The Subdudes @ Landmark on Main Street

 WFUV Presents: Cowboy Junkies @ Tarrytown Music Hall

 WFUV Presents: Alton Brown @ Tilles Center for the Performing Arts

 Kansas @ Theatre at Westbury

 Nils Lofgren @ The Space at Westbury

 The Wild Feathers @ The Bowery Ballroom

 Wild Belle @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

 Thurston Moore Group @ Rough Trade NYC

 Howie Day @ City Winery

 An Evening with Gaelic Storm @ Gramercy Theatre

TODAY IN HISTORY

Today in 1986, high nuclear radiation levels in Sweden force the Soviet government to admit that an accident has taken place at the Chernobyl nuclear plant.