Events for Friday, November 5, 2008

10 a.m. Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly and the N.Y.P.D. hold event regarding recent terror attacks in Mumbai. At 1 Police Plaza, in the auditorium.

11 a.m. City and hospitality officials announce a series of celebrations to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of Prohibition. At Frankie and Johnnies, 269 West 45th Street.

11 a.m. Representative Anthony Weiner is joined by the Indian Deputy Consul General to lead talk with South Asian leaders on U.S. response to the Mumbai attacks. At Tandoor Restaurant, 95-25 Queens Boulevard, between 62nd Drive and 63rd Road, in Queens.

2 p.m. Assemblyman Daryl Towns to lead protest against Rent-A-Center. At 864 Pennsylvania Avenue, between Stanley and Wortman Avenues, Brooklyn.

2 p.m. Representative Edolphus Towns addresses community forum on "Addressing Barriers to HIV/AIDS Care in Our Community, a 10th Congressional District Town Hall." At Mount Sinai Baptist Church, 84 Quincy Street, between Franklin and Classon streets, in Brooklyn.

6 p.m. Representative Charles Rangel to speak at Business Awards Benefit Dinner. Maestro's Caterer's, 1703 Bronxdale Avenue, the Bronx.


11 a.m. Republicans on Westchester County Legislature leader George Oros speaks on proposed county budget. Room 108, 2 Gannet Drive, White Plains.

Events for Friday, November 5, 2008