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Morning Brief: November 24

Morning Brief: November 24
New York Jets take on the Buffalo Bills in Detroit.

After a week full of snow in Buffalo, the NFL elected to move the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets game to Detroit. The game was originally scheduled to be played Sunday afternoon, but it will now begin Monday at 7. Tickets to the game were given out for free, but some scalpers (jerks) are trying to scam fans by selling them online.


Today, windy with showers in the morning, high of 69, and tonight, mostly clear, with a low of 51. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know 

US and Iran are talking nuclear weapons as a deadline for a deal looms. [NBC News]

Michael Brown's family lawyer says the Ferguson Grand Jury is "unfair." [ABC News]

Governor Andrew Cuomo blamed the National Weather Service for lack of preparation ahead of snow storm in western New York. [TWC News]

Meteorologists respond to the accusations from Cuomo, and (surprise), they disagree with the governor's criticism. [Gawker]

New York Senator Chuck Schumer wants regulations to prevent dangerous use of private drones. [NY Daily News]


The New York Jets travel to Detroit to take on the Buffalo Bills at 7.

The New York Knicks are in Houston to face the Rockets at 8.

The New York Islanders host the Philadelphia Flyers at 7. 

On Stage Tonight 

Dave Davies of The Kinks with Anthony DaCosta @ City Winery

Interpol (with Hundred Waters) @ Terminal 5

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart (with Hooray For Earth, Gabi and Ablebody) @ Glasslands Gallery

David Sanborn @ the Blue Note

Ace Frehley (with Steve Conte NYC) @ the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill

Today in History

In 1973, a national speed limit was imposed on the Autobahn in Germany, but it only lasted four months.