Five Things You Need to Know Today: September 18
Exposing billionaires and the mystery of a dog in the night time, or signing up for the Girl Scouts.
1. There is a chance of some showers during the day, a 70 percent chance via Weather Underground. They also predict a 90 percent chance of rain in the evening, and a possibility of thunder storms then. Temperatures will range between 66ºF and 76ºF.
2. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, ends at sundown tonight, Sept. 18. There are several services around town for those who are looking to celebrate, and we have a few recipes available should anyone be up for cooking.
3. The day after the Occupy movement's first anniversary, there is a Screening: of "Koch Brothers Exposed: The One Percent at Its Very Worst." At 6:30 p.m. tonight, anyone interested should be at the Brookline High School, having already registered and settled the $6 fee.
4. St. Mary of the Assumption Parish is hosting another Girl Scout sign up event today. Anyone interested in signing up for the Scouts should swing by, meet some friends, and bring all of their questions with them. Bring $12. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-882-1662.
5. A young man stands over his neighbor's dog, killed with a garden fork. His brain is amazing, but his social skills are lacking, and he is on the case of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, as presented at Coolidge Corner Theatre, by the National Theatre Live. Tickets will run you $20.