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Morning Brief: February 10

Morning Brief: February 10
Dreaming of Spring in Central Park...

A large-scale art project will be bringing a new flavor to Central Park in the late Spring. According to the New York Times Magazine, the experience will be happening each Friday and Saturday afternoon from May 15 to June 20, and will include things like an ice cream truck with sunset-colored flavors, recreations of famous movie scenes, and a boat with a brass band navigating the Harlem Meer.

Whatever happens, expect it to make a statement. The public art organization putting on the show, Creative Time, last made a splash with Kara Walker’s “A Subtelty”—that giant sugar sculpture in Brooklyn’s old Domino Sugar Factory.


Justice Thomas’s Dissent Hints of Supreme Court’s Intentions on Same-Sex Marriage [NY Times].

Boston Buried by Snow Again as “Absurd” Winter Drags On [NBC News].

Best Date in Westchester Contest Announced [WFUV News].

Public Safety a Major Theme of Mayor’s $77.7 Billion Budget Plan [NY1].

Eateries at the Tipping Point [Crain’s New York].



Islanders host Edmonton at 7:00

Rangers take the ice in Toronto for a big city battle at 7:30

Nets play in Memphis at 8:00


The sun makes an appearance today! Partly sunny, 36/22 [full forecast].


 Robert Earl Keen (with Bonnie Bishop) @ the Music Hall of Williamsburg

 Jay Farrar with Chip Taylor @ the Living Room

 Parquet Courts (, Laced and Digital Prisoners Of War) @ Palisades

 Buster Poindexter @ Café Carlyle

  WFUV PRESENTS: “On Your Radar”, hosted by John Platt, featuring Ben Fields, Louise Mosrie and Cliff Eberhardt @ Rockwood Music Hall


On this day in 1971, Satchel Paige became the first Negro League player to be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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