Morning Brief: May 26
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This Memorial Day weekend marks the eighth season of the Hester Street fair. Held on the lower east side of Manhattan, the fair hosts a broad variety of local vendors. Some of the vendors expected are Fort Grace Ice Cream & Sweet Shop, Bang Cookies, and Burger and Lobster Bryant Park LLC. This event has free admission. [Read More]
NEED TO KNOW
Jared Kushner now a focus in Russia investigation [The Washington Post]
As Trump Slams NATO Allies, Obama Defends 'International Order' [NPR]
MTA criticized for adding $1.6 billion in debt for Cuomo projects [amNY]
Appeals Court Will Not Reinstate Trump’s Revised Travel Ban [NY Times]
Summer Reading Program to Provide Free Books to 29K Students, Mayor Says [DNAinfo]
The San Diego Padres beat the Mets 4-3.
The Yankees game against the Kansas City Royals was postponed due to rain.
The Yankees take on the Oakland Athletics at 7:05 PM.
Cloudy, with a high of 74. [Full Forecast]
ON STAGE TONIGHT
ALABAMA SHAKES AT BOWERY BALLROOM
PHIL LESH AND FRIENDS AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE
10,000 MANIACS AT CITY WINERY
THE SMITHEREENS AT B-B KING BLUES CLUB
SON LITTLE AT THE SURF LODGE
NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS AT KINGS THEATRE
PIXIES AT BROOKLYN STEEL
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1897, Dracula by Bram Stoker was published. Stoker’s first book also serves as a basis for a number of books, movies, and TV shows.
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