BC-FBN--Super Bowl 2014,ADVISORY, FBN

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EDITORS: As the New York-New Jersey Super Bowl approaches, The Associated Press will offer a multi-format series, exploring its uniqueness, strategy and potential as a groundbreaking NFL event. Going forward, AP will provide stories for immediate release over 13 weeks. Starting Nov. 7, the AP will publish a series of stories — at least one per week — through Feb. 2, the day of the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. For questions, please call (212) 621-1630. For repeats, call the service desk at (800) 838-4616. Below is a rundown of November's stories. UPCOMING: FBN--SUPER BOWL 2014-EMBRACING THE COLD NEW YORK — Faced with the possibility of a public relations debacle if snow and ice snarl the first Super Bowl held outdoors in the frigid northeast, New York City is hardly hiding from the cold. It's embracing it. City officials and the NFL plan to turn the heart of the Big Apple into a winter wonderland for football fans, outfitting...
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