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Morning Brief: June 10

Morning Brief: June 10  (photo: Jim henderson, Wikimedia Commons


In case you haven't already heard, the Frida Kahlo exhibit going on right now at the New York Botanical Gardens in the Bronx really is worth seeing. It's unique in that in addition to showing off some of Kahlo's great art, it features a recreation of of the artist's own garden and studio in her famed Mexico City home, named Casa Azul. 


Shift in US Strategy for Fighting ISIS   [New York Times

Officer Shown in Video Roughing Up Teenager in Texas Resigns  [Washington Post

Police Swarm Upstate Town Looking for Fugitives  [New York Times

Bratton InsistsGuardian Headline was Misrepresentation of His Words On Black Police Officers  [NY Daily News]

High Bridge Between Bronx and Manhattan Reopens  [New York TImes



The Yankees won 6-1

The Mets lost 5-0


The Yankees play the Nationals at 1:05

The Mets play the Giants at 7:10


 Dave Matthews Band @ the PNC Bank Arts Center
 Buddy Guy with Tom Hambridge @ the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
 Allen Toussaint @ City Winery
 Loudon Wainwright III “Surviving Twin” @ SubCulture
 North Mississippi Allstars @ Iridium
 The Bad Plus (And) Joshua Redman @ the Highline Ballroom
 The Charlie Hunter Trio @ Joe’s Pub
 James Maddock @ Rockwood Music Hall
 Femi Kuti And The Positive Force (with Underground System and DJ Greg Caz) @ Brooklyn Bowl 
 Bad Religion (with Plague Vendor) @ the Music Hall of Williamsburg
 Algiers (with The Flag) @ Baby’s All Right
 Leftover Cuties @ Rockwood Music Hall


 WFUV PRESENTS: Belle And Sebastian with Real Estate @ Radio City Music Hall
Today in 1854, the first class to attend the United States Naval Academy graduates