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Morning Brief: November 12

Morning Brief: November 12
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It's not for the faint of heart.

If you're interested in the macabre, be sure to check out the "Art of Mourning" at the Morbid Anatomy Museum. You get a cultural look at how death was handled from the 18th to the 20th century. It has bizarre paraphanelia like death masks and art shadowboxes. The exhibit is open through the beginning of December.

NEED TO KNOW

U.S. and China Make Deal to Cut Down on Green House Gases [Washington Post]

National Guard May Still Come to Ferguson [New York Times]

Manhunt for NYC Diamond District Thief [NY Daily News]

Retired NYPD Detective and Marine Reunites Veterans [CBS Local]

De Blasio Wants to Ban Cyclist Cell Phone Use [NY Daily News]

SPORTS

The Rangers beat the Penguins 5-0.

The Islanders won against the Avalance 6-0.

The Devils were also victorous, beating the Wild 3-1.

WEATHER

Today will see some morning showers with highs around 66. Tonight it'll clear up, with lows dropping all the way down to around 39. [Full Forecast]

ON STAGE TONIGHT

• Buddy Guy (with Quinn Sullivan) @ the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill

• Dan Hicks And The Hot Licks (with John Reid) @ the Fairfield Theatre Company’s StageOne

• Johnny Marr (with Meredith Sheldon) @ the Gramercy Theatre

• Eric Johnson And Mike Stern @ the YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts

• The String Cheese Incident @ the Capitol Theatre

• Mark Rivera @ the Cutting Room

• Hot Rize featuring Red Knuckles And The Trailblazers @ City Winery

• Will Kimbrough @ Rockwood Music Hall

• Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (with Coastgaard and Teen Men) @ Brooklyn Bowl

• Acoustic Alchemy @ Iridium

• Parsley Y Miranda featuring Nicole Atkins, Angela McCluskey and Paul Cantelon @ Rockwood

Music Hall

• Sloan @ the Bowery Ballroom

• WFUV PRESENTS: Ray LaMontagne with The Belle Brigade @ the Beacon Theatre

• WFUV PRESENTS: Fitz And The Tantrums (with Big Data) @ Terminal 5

TODAY IN HISTORY

On this day in 1954, Ellis Island closed. Over 12 million immigrants were processed there since it had opened in 1892.

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