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Morning Brief: October 28

Morning Brief: October 28
The San Francisco Giants could become the next Major League Baseball World Series champion.

San Francisco might soon be celebrating their third World Series title in the past five years. The Giants lead the best-of-seven series 3-2, and tonight the team will have the opportunity to clinch the series and another championship. The Kansas City Royals will hope to keep the series alive as they host game six. The Royals have not won a World Series title since 1985 and that team knows the feeling of being one game away from elimination. The '85 Royals were down 3-2 in the series to the St. Louis Cardinals, but they then captured games 6 and 7 for the title. Game time tonight is set for 8:07.


Today, partly cloudy with a high of 72, and tonight, partly cloudy with a low of 61. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

ISIS claims that they have taken control of the Syrian city Kobani, and the terrorist group threatens another British hostage. [CNN]

President Barack Obama has endorsed a Democrat in the Providence mayoral race. [ABC News]

New York City hospital says boy tests negative for Ebola virus. [Yahoo News]

A nurse quarantined in New Jersey has been allowed to leave. [USA Today]

Advocates crave word from mayor on expanding breakfast in NYC schools. [WNYC]


The Kansas City Royals host the San Francisco Giants in game 6 of the World Series, first pitch is at 8:07.

The New Jersey Devils are in Pittsburgh to face the Penguins at 7.

The New York Islanders host the Winnipeg Jets at 7.

On Stage Tonight

• The Allman Brothers Band @ the Beacon Theatre

• Wilco @ the Capitol Theatre
• The Jayhawks (with Trapper Schoepp) @ Town Hall
• Robin Trower (with Eli Cook) @ the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
• The Adrian Belew Power Trio (with Saul Zonana) @ the Highline Ballroom
• Sinead O’Connor @ City Winery
• The James Hunter Six @ the Turning Point
• The Beach Boys @ the Bergen Performing Arts Center
• Bebel Gilberto @ the Blue Note
• Angus And Julia Stone (with Conner Youngblood) @ the Bowery Ballroom
• Vance Joy (with Jaymes Young) @ Webster Hall
• Jessie Ware @ Brooklyn Masonic Temple
• Tommy Castro And The Painkillers @ Mexicali Live
• Motley Crue with Alice Cooper @ Madison Square Garden

Today in History

In 1886, President Grover Cleveland dedicates the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.