(updated) Sports prediction: NY football Giant Head Coach Coughlin will be rehired in the NFL. Signs that he was fired and not resigned are that co-owner Steve Tisch was not at the farewell speech and he was rumored to be for the firing. When Coughlin left the podium he passed co-owner John Mara and did not look at him or shake his hand according to Michael Kaye. Clothes donations are still being accepted with boxes in front of many department offices or go to NYPIRG 0302 James.
To new students of Brooklyn College see orientation tips/discounts on top tab. There are free flu shots at the Health Clinic. Cell phones may be cancerous so don’t carry them in your pocket cleavage or on the body. They can be cleaned with alcohl wipes. Most wipes that say disposable should not be flushed down the drain as they clog them up, the sewers and choke fish.
Big Apple Circus, The Grand Tour, various times between 11 am and 6:30 pm, shepherd spectators in high Roaring Twenties style, making stops for dog-and-pony shows, juggling and hyper-Hula-Hoops. Lincoln Center Damrosch Park Bandshell, 62nd St. between Columbus and Amsterdam Ave. NY, Wednesday to Sunday, $25–$175, http://www.lincolncenter.org/.
Thursday: The Editors NYC: John Cooke of Gawker, The New York Observer’s Ken Kurson. Brownstoner’s Jonathan Butler and Ira Robbins of Trouser media gather to discuss what they do best — editing in NYC, 8:30 pm, free, Littlefield, 622 Degraw St. between Fourth and Fifth Avenues, Brooklyn.