Morning Brief: May 26
[photo courtesy of Schilling]
Schnitzel meets the Mediterranean at a new restaurant in the Financial District. Schilling is the brainchild of Austrian chef Eduard Frauneder. The restaurant's name is a reference to the former Austrian currency, and is fitting for its location. For dining recommendations, read more at Gothamist.
NEED TO KNOW
Hillary Clinton's email use broke Federal roles: inspector's report [The Washington Times]
Peter Thiel, tech billionaire, is said to have financed Hulk Hogan's suit against Gawker. [New York Times]
The brother of Kalief Browder, who committed suicide after spending 3 years at Riker's Island, rallies for prison reform in the Bronx. [NY Daily News]
De Blasio's school discipline policy shift is causing a stir. [Gotham Gazette]
Longer wait times are expected for the new Second Ave. subway line. [NY Daily News]
The Mets beat the Nationals 2-0.
The Yankees lost to the Blue Jays 4-8.
The Yankees play the Blue Jays at 4:05pm.
Mostly sunny, chance of rain in the afternoon and evening. 87/66. [Full Forecast]
ON STAGE TONIGHT
- Cindi Lauper @ Beacon Theatre
- The Smithereens @ Daryl's House
- Justin Hayward w/ Mike Dawes @ City Winery
- Battles w/ Steve Moore @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1897, the first copies of Dracula went on sale in London bookshops.
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