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Morning Brief: May 23

Morning Brief: May 23
Here's what you need to know for the day.

New York City's beaches open to the public tomorrow. [NY Daily News]


Mostly cloudy today, with a nigh near 74. Scattered showers, with chances of thunderstorms in the afternoon.  More storms could come tonight, with a low around 54. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo accepts Democratic bid for a second term. [NY Times]

Forecasters predict below average hurricane season on Atlantic coast. [WFUV]

A new battle over medical marijuana in New Jersey. [MSNBC]


The New York Yankees are in Chicago playing the White Sox tonight at 8:10.

The New York Mets host the Arizona Diamondbacks at 7:10.

On Stage Tonight

The Wailers and Rusted Root @ Paramount, 8.

Guided by Voices, Doug Gillard, Atomic Forces @ The Bowery Ballroom, 8.

Today in History

In 1922, "Daylight Savings Time" is debated in the first debate ever to be heard on radio in Washington, DC.