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The Morning Brew for Feb. 9, 2017: Snow Day!

Happy Thursday! I hope you get off today because of this snowstorm, the first sizable snow of the winter. Enjoy it!

Charles Oakley was tossed from Madison Square Garden last night and charged with multiple counts of assault. Yup, you read that right. [Sports Illustrated]

A Falcons fan tried to literally bury his depression over the team’s Super Bowl loss this Sunday. The fan’s friend took a picture of the sad scene. An Atlanta Falcons jersey was buried along with an attached note warning future treasure hunters that this package was worth tossing back.

The Phillies Double-A affiliate Reading Fightins to change their name, for one day.

Thousands of people came to the Super Bowl this past weekend. There were celebrities, great athletes, a former president, and the current VP. You think security would be tight. This band of friends pulled off the ultimate crash and snuck into the biggest game in sports. The group tweeted a video documenting their courageous and shocking break-in.

The Franklin Institute hosts its monthly stargazing experience this Thursday. Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts will treat guest to one of the best views the heavens can provide. For $10 attendees will be to see a show in the Fels Planetarium, hear a lecture, and get free star maps. There will also be a book signing for “Earth in Human Hands” by David Grinspoon. [Franklin Institute]

The Falcons lost the Super Bowl is historic fashion and couldn’t get out of the building quick enough. Literally, they couldn’t get an elevator. [VICE Sports]

WXPN and World Café Live come together to present “Latin Roots Night” this Thursday. At 9 p.m., the Brooklyn band Los Hacheros will take the stage at this free event. Guests only need to RSVP to get a chance to hear this perfect infusion of salsa and bomba music.  [World Cafe Live]

For wrestling fans out there, WWE’s developmental creation NXT will be coming to Philly tonight. The Tower Theater opens its doors for this exciting event for the third year in a row. Come see these great athletes go to war with each other under the Thursday night lights. [The Tower Philly]

Listen and watch Julian Edelman mic’d up during the crazy Super Bowl-defining catch.

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