8:30 a.m. Anthony Weiner addresses Crain’s Business breakfast; Grand Hyatt Hotel, Manhattan Ballroom.
9 a.m. Meeting of board of directors of New York City Industrial Development Agency; NYCEDC, 110 William St., 4th Floor Board Room.
10:30 a.m. Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes announces new initiative to protect transit workers from assaults; Tillary and Court streets.
11 a.m. Hearing to discuss release of secret grand jury testimony in Julius and Ethel Rosenberg spy case; Judge Hellerstein’s courtroom, Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse, 500 Pearl St.
11 a.m. Tony Avella announces introduction of “Clean Money, Clean Elections” legislation; City Hall steps.
11 a.m. Al Sharpton holds press conference with families of Afro-Cubans who say they are being targeted by Cuban government for political reasons; across the street from the Cuban Mission to the United Nations, 315 Lexington Ave.
Noon. Congressional candidate Adam Sullivan discusses primary ballot challenge; outside Farley Post Office building.
Noon. Members of The National Religious Leaders of African Ancestry Concert about Darfur hold demonstration outside Sudan Mission, 305 E. 47th St.
1 p.m. Dan Garodnick and local officials propose rules for treatment of Stuyvesant Town tenants by Tishman Speyer; 16th Street and First Avenue.
1 p.m. Darfur activists support International Criminal Court prosecutor’s indictment of Sudanese president on genocide charges; First Avenue and 47th Street.
1 p.m. Local officials celebrate completion of Brooklyn Bridge Boulevard improvements; MTA/NYC Transit Building, Boerum Place and Livingston Street.
1 p.m. Christine Quinn, Council members and advocates mark new plastic bag recycling law; Red Room, City Hall.
6 p.m. “Listening to America” forum on Democratic national platform; Occasions Banquet Hall, 127-08 Merrick Blvd., Jamaica.
6:15 p.m. Press conference and public meeting in support of plans for supermarket on Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Admiral’s Row; Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St.
7:30 p.m. Prayer vigil commemorating death of Councilman James Davis; St. James Place and DeKalb.