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Reunited, and It Feels So Good A cat that went missing five years ago has been reunited with its owner in Indiana thanks to an implanted microchip. WOWO-AM and WANE-TV report the 10-year-old cat named Charlie showed up Monday at Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control. Workers there discovered Charlie had a microchip that identified Virginia Fryback as his owner. Fryback says Charlie disappeared five years ago and she thought she’d never see him again. (AP) INSPIRATION

‘Truck-Fired Fries’ to Become Next Gross Guy Fieri Creation Bring on the ketchup: A tractor-trailer carrying 40,000 pounds of french fries caught fire Tuesday in a Wal-Mart parking lot in the Maine city of Waterville. The city’s fire chief says overheated brakes were the suspected cause of the blaze. The Portland Press Herald reports that no one was injured in the fire. (AP)

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Nation Nevada rancher’s racist remarks bring immediate rebuke Las Vegas A Nevada rancher who has become a conservative folk hero for resisting the federal government’s attempts to round up his cattle faced sharp criticism Thursday for racist comments published in a New York Times article. Politicians from around the country who had rallied to Cliven Bundy’s defense in recent weeks denounced the comments and distanced themselves from the rancher. The Bundy family issued a statement saying Bundy is a “good man,

he loves all people, he is not a racist man.” But politicians who had defended Bundy quickly issued statements condemning him. “His remarks on race are offensive, and I wholeheartedly disagree with him,” said Sen. Rand Paul, once a vocal supporter of Bundy. Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller, who last week called Bundy defenders “patriots” for their stand against the government, “completely disagrees with Mr. Bundy’s appalling and racist statements,” said his spokeswoman, Chandler Smith. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who last week called Bundy supporters “domestic terrorists,” also spoke out against Bundy’s words: “Today, Bundy revealed himself to be a hateful racist. But by den-

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What Did He Say? Cliven Bundy was quoted in a New York Times story referring to black people as “the Negro” and recalling a time when he drove past a public-housing project. “Because they were basically on government subsidy, so now what do they do? They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never learned how to pick cotton. … Are they better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.” (AP)

igrating people who work hard and play by the rules while he mooches off public land, he also revealed himself to be a hypocrite.” Bundy says he doesn’t recognize federal authority over lands his cattle have grazed for years around his Virgin River melon farm and ranch. The Bureau of Land Management claims the cattle are trespassing on fragile Gold Butte habitat set aside for the endangered desert tortoise, and that Bundy has racked up some $1.1 million in fees and penalties since 1993. Earlier this month, the Bureau suspended a roundup of Bundy’s cattle citing safety concerns after a tense standoff between armed protesters and federal agents. MICHELLE RINDELS (AP)

15 More Minutes — and a Few Kilobytes — for Warhol

— Hillary Rodham Clinton, addressing a women’s leadership forum Wednesday in Boston. The Washington Post mused Thursday that the speech could easily have been written for herself as a pep talk as she considers running for president in 2016.

Pittsburgh You’ve seen Andy Warhol’s famous Campbell’s soup cans. But you’ve probably never seen them like this. That’s because, until Thursday, Warhol’s pixelated “computer art” had been lost to time — saved on obsolete Amiga floppy disks from 1985 and forgotten in the Andy Warhol Museum’s archives in Pittsburgh, where they were only recently rediscovered. The pieces were

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The pieces include a Campbell’s soup can, above, a portrait of singer Debbie Harry and a take on Botticelli’s Venus.

commissioned by the long-defunct PC company Commodore International to show off the “graphic art capabilities” of its Amiga computer. Files saved on Amigas are no longer compatible with modern machines — a serious obstacle for preservationists. These rediscovered works were saved with help from Carnegie Mellon University’s Computer Club, which extracted and backed up the files. CAITLIN DEWEY (THE WASHINGTON POST )

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U.S. to Take Over Oregon’s Busted Health Exchange The Obama administration is poised to take over Oregon’s broken insurance exchange, according to officials familiar with the decision, who say that it reflects federal officials’ conclusion that several state-run marketplaces — including Maryland’s — may be too dysfunctional to fix. (THE WASHINGTON POST) WASHINGTON

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Russia Slams Ukrainian Moves in Eastern Region Russia began new military exercises near its border with Ukraine, the defense minister announced Thursday, after UkraiPutin nian forces launched an operation to drive pro-Russia insurgents out of occupied buildings in the country’s tumultuous east. The Ukrainian move, which killed at least two people, brought new threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin, who denounced it as a “punitive operation.” (AP) SRINAGAR, INDIA

Rebels Kill Seven in India After Close of Voting Day A major day of voting in the world’s biggest elections was marred by violence Thursday as suspected rebels killed four paramilitary soldiers and three polling officials who were traveling on buses after conducting balloting in two Indian states. Earlier in the day, hundreds of protesters hurled rocks at polling stations in the disputed Himalayan territory and shouted “Down with India!” (AP)

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“Failure to take bold action now very well could push South Sudan into a cycle of retaliatory ethnic killing.” — Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the U.N., saying Thursday she fears a deepening human catastrophe in the world’s newest country. The U.N. Security Council on Thursday expressed “horror” at the recent massacre of several hundred civilians in South Sudan.

Slayings speed up exit of foreigners as fear of violence rises Kabul, Afghanistan Three Americans were killed Thursday when an Afghan security official opened fire at an American-run Christian hospital in Kabul in the latest violence targeting foreigners in Afghanistan. The attack, which also wounded several people, took place about 9 a.m. as doctors and nurses were arriving at the Cure Hospital, which is part of an international network of hospitals run by a

Pennsylvania-based charity. The hospital largely focuses on providing medical care to needy children. One of the dead Americans was identified as Jerry Umanos of Chicago, a Cure International pediatrician of Filipino descent who had worked in Kabul for years and had previously practiced medicine in inner-city Chicago. Afghan Health Minister Soraya Dalil said the two others were a father and son who went to the hospital to meet Umanos. Sediq Seddiqi, a spokesman for the Afghan Interior Ministry, said the gunman was an Afghan police officer, although other officials described him as a hospital

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An ambulance leaves a hospital Thursday in Afghanistan, where three were shot dead by an Afghan security official.

guard. The gunman, who unsuccessfully tried to commit suicide after the shooting, has been arrested, Seddiqi said.

Katmandu, Nepal Nepal’s attempts to salvage the Mount Everest climbing season fell flat Thursday as major expedition companies canceled their climbs and many Sherpas quit the mountain after an avalanche killed 16 of their fellow guides last week. While the season has not been officially canceled, guides and Sherpas said it appeared increasingly unlikely that any summit attempts would be made this season from the Nepal side of the mountain. “Many of us think this year is not good for climbing and nobody should be going up the mountain at all,” Tenzing, a 23-year-old Sherpa who goes by one name, said. He described 2014 as a “black year” for Everest. Last Friday’s avalanche has laid bare deep resentments over Sherpas’ pay, treatment and the disproportionate risks they take to help tourists ascend Everest. Dozens

The attack comes as foreigners in Afghanistan face heightened concern about their safety amid a wave of brazen violence. Over the past three months, as Afghanistan is in the midst of electing a new president, 20 foreigners have been killed in separate attacks targeting civilians. The attacks have occurred at a popular restaurant, an upscale hotel and other venues where foreigners congregate. The violence is accelerating the pace at which foreigners are fleeing Kabul, a city that until recently has provided relative security for aid workers, journalists and civilian contractors. TIM CR AIG (AP)

Israel Backs Out of Mideast Peace Talks

Many Sherpas Quitting Everest

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A relative holds a photo Tenzing Chottar Sherpa, who is still missing after last week’s avalanche on Mount Everest that left 16 dead. Three are still unaccounted for.

of Sherpas have packed up their gear and left the mountain, saying they want to honor the dead and pressure the government to protect their rights. A government delegation met with Sherpas at base camp Thursday in an attempt to persuade them to keep working. Although both sides said the meeting calmed ten-

sions somewhat, there was no sign that it would salvage the season. For some Sherpas who believe the mountain has near-mystical powers, the deaths mean the climbs should be canceled. “The signs say we should not continue,” said Tenji Sherpa, a 30-year-old guide, speaking from base camp. BINAJ GURUBACHARYA (AP)

Israel broke off Mideast peace talks and brought the U.S.-brokered process to the brink of collapse Thursday, protesting a reconciliation agreement between the Westernbacked Palestinian Authority and the militant group Hamas, the Jewish state’s sworn enemy. Israel’s Security Cabinet made the decision during a marathon emergency meeting convened to discuss the new Palestinian deal. The rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah announced the reconciliation plan Wednesday, meant to end a seven-year rift. Israel objects to any participation in Palestinian politics by Hamas, which has killed hundreds of Israelis in suicide bombings and other attacks over the past two decades. (AP)

The Case of David v. Goliath: The tiny Pacific nation of the Marshall Islands is taking on the United States and the world’s eight other nuclear-armed nations with an unprecedented lawsuit demanding that they meet their obligations toward disarmament and accusing them of “flagrant violations” of international law. The island group that was used for U.S. nuclear tests after World War II filed suit Thursday in the International Court of Justice. (AP)

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Seoul, South Korea Jokes and concerts are out. So are school field trips and boisterous cheering at baseball games. As South Korea mourns one of its worst-ever disasters, a ferry sinking on April 16 that likely killed more than 300 people, most of them high school students, anything deemed frivolous or fun is frowned upon, and the backlash for breaking this collective somber mood can be harsh.

“It’s not the right time to sell joy and laughter.” — M A X IM KOR E A , A LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE, SAYING IN AN ONLINE STATEMENT THAT IT WILL NOT PUBLISH ITS MAY ISSUE

A politician has been warned by his par t y for at tending a party where alcohol was served, another was criticized for running in a marathon. A popular singer has been lambasted online for going ahead with a concert as bodies recovered from the sinking mount. Most of the jocular, wildly popular comedy, reality and talk shows that usually fill the airwaves aren’t even filming, much less appearing on TV, replaced by somber documentaries or near-constant news coverage of the sinking. Many South Koreans agree with the unofficial moratorium on fun. But there is also an aggressive online effort to shame those who are seen as acting insensitively. When the captain of the Lotte Giants’ cheering squad, Cho Jihun, apologized on Twitter after widespread criticism following his loud performance of the baseball team’s “Boat Song,” Twitter users called him a “psychopath” and asked, “Do you have a brain?” JUNG-YOON CHOI (AP)

The Call Heard ’Round the Globe Now What?

Pope Francis may have signaled that divorced Catholics can take Communion

Inside a home in the Argentine river town of San Lorenzo, a phone rang. For the next 10 minutes, an ordinary Argentine woman says she spoke to Pope Francis — and that their discussion may signal a profound change for millions of Catholics across the world. The Vatican on Thursday confirmed that the call happened but seemed anxious to play down its significance. At the very least, Jaqui Lisbona says her own life has changed. Her story begins with a problem. Lisbona loved her civil-law husband. She had been with him for 19 years. They had two children together. They considered themselves staunch Catholics and prayed every night. But her husband, Julio Sabetta, had previously been divorced — a fact that, according to church teachings, would restrict him and possibly even her from receiving Communion. Lisbona didn’t know

Did Pope Francis, seen at left celebrating Communion last week, just overturn centuries of church doctrine? No, the Vatican says. “Consequences relating to the teaching of the Church are not to be inferred from [personal phone calls],” a Vatican spokesman said in a statement Thursday. (T WP)

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what to do. The last time she tried to take the Eucharist was last year, but the local priest not only denied her Communion, but also told her she couldn’t go to confession. “[They told me that] when I went home, I resumed a life of sin,” she told a Buenos Aires radio station. Distraught, she wrote down her concerns about “violating church rules” — and shipped the letter off

to the Vatican for Pope Francis. “I wrote to him because he’s Argentinean, he listens to people and I believe in miracles,” she said. Six months passed. Then on Monday, the phone chirped at her home. Her husband answered it. On the other end was someone who identified himself as “Father Bergoglio” — and he was asking to speak with Lisbona.

Lisbona claims the pope told her “there was no problem” with her taking Communion, and that he was “dealing with the issue” of remarried divorcees, the Vatican Insider reports. “He said my letter was useful in helping him address this issue,” she said. “Then he told me there are some priests who are more papist than the pope.” TERRENCE McCOY (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Rules Waived for Popes on Road to Sainthood On Sunday at a Mass in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis will declare Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II as saints in a historic double canonization. More than a million people are expected to witness the event. John XXIII — pope from 1958 to 1963 and best known for convening Vatican II, the first ecumenical council in a century that, among other things, allowed for the use of the vernacular rather than Latin at Mass — was beatified in 2000 after the Vatican certified that the healing of an Italian nun suffering from a gastric hemorrhage was miraculous. Pope Francis, very much a spiritual son of John, waived the Vatican rule requiring a second miracle so that John could be canonized alongside John Paul. “He was courageous. A good country priest, with a great sense of humor and great holiness,” Pope Francis told reporters last summer when asked about John. “He was one of the greats.”

John Paul II’s record sprint to sainthood started during his 2005 funeral Mass, when chants of “Santo Subito” or “Sainthood Now” erupted from the crowd. Bowing to the calls, Pope Benedict XVI waived the typical five-year waiting period before a saintly investigation can begin and allowed the process to start just weeks after his death. John Paul — who was pope for a quarter century — was beatified in 2011 after the Vatican certified that a French nun suffering from Parkinson’s disease was miraculously healed after she prayed to him. A Costa Rican woman whose inoperable brain aneurism disappeared after she prayed to John Paul was the second miracle needed for canonization. (AP)

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Silver Line Moves Toward Summer Opening Washington After seven months of delays and tens of millions in cost overruns, there is finally some good news: Passengers could be boarding Metro Silver Line trains this summer. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and Metro announced Thursday that they have

reached an agreement that will allow MWAA additional time to complete its work on the $5.6 billion rail line even after the project is turned over to the transit authority. The agreement means there won’t be the speedy turnover many had hoped for, but it provides a clear outline for what needs to be done to get the new rail line up and running. “It is a big step forward,” said Pat Nowakowski, the executive director of the Silver Line project, who announced last week that he

was resigning to take a job with another transportation agency. Metro General Manager Richard Sarles said if the transit agency waited until MWAA completed all the necessary work before taking custody of the project, passenger service likely wouldn’t begin until late in the year. Service originally was slated to begin in December 2013. There are a number of critical issues MWAA must address before Metro takes possession of the line, Sarles said. Sarles said Metro likely would take control of the Silver

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Officials reach an agreement to hand the project to Metro

The Silver Line’s first phase has a station in Reston, Va., and four in Tysons Corner, including the McClean station, shown.

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In the D.C. region, fewer than 1 in 10 took computer science

Relatively few students take computer science courses in local high schools. Some districts expect to offer more courses or enroll more students next year. (T WP)

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KATHERINE FREY (THE WASHINGTON POST)

Their lives swirl in technology, but the nation’s high school students spend little time studying the computer science that is the basis of it all. Few are taught to write lines of code, and few take classes that delve into the workings of the Internet or explain how to create an app. In a world that went digital long ago, computer science is not a staple of U.S. education, and some schools do not even offer a course on the subject, including 10 of 27 high schools in Virginia’s Fairfax County and six of 25 in Maryland’s Montgomery County. Many parents mistake the computers they see in schools — and the seeming ease with which teenagers manage their devices — as a sign of computer science understanding. “It’s shocking how little there is,” said Rebecca Dovi, who has taught computer science for 17 years in Virginia schools. Even when schools

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offer classes, she said, there are relatively few of them. Though computer science can lead to high-paying technology jobs and boost skills for a variety of fields, fewer than one in 10 high school students across the Washington region’s school systems took computer science this academic year, according to district data. But, slowly, that might be starting to change. Some local districts are urging more students to take computer science courses and trying to address a glaring gender and

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racial disparity. By next school year, school leaders expect more computer science courses in Montgomery high schools, more enrollment in courses in Virginia’s Loudoun County and more schools offering classes in D.C. “These skills are as fundamental as algebra,” said Marie desJardins, a computer science professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore County who is leading a project to train 100 computer science teachers in Maryland and the District over a three-year period. DONNA ST. GEORGE (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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One Girl Sentenced for Assaulting Autistic Boy The younger of the two girls accused of assaulting and tormenting a 16-year-old autistic boy in Southern Maryland — including luring him out to a frozen pond that he fell into repeatedly — was sentenced Thursday to a maximum of about six years in a secure juvenile detention facility. The other girl in the case, Lauren Bush, 17, has been charged as an adult and, if convicted, faces up to 80 years in prison. (THE WASHINGTON POST) ALEXANDRIA

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Line next month, followed by up to 90 days of testing and training before passenger service begins. Although it may speed up the opening, the agreement could mean additional costs for phase one of the project, which is already $150 million over budget. While that is a relatively modest amount for a project of this size, it is concerning to fiscal watchdogs and users of the Dulles Toll Road —who are paying the bulk of the project’s $5.6 billion-price tag. LORI AR ATANI

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The number of bridges considered structurally deficient in Virginia, Maryland and D.C., according to new federal data. But though there have been some dramatic bridge collapses in the U.S. in recent years, the 63,000 bridges judged structurally deficient nationally aren’t about to fall down. ( THE WASHINGTON POST )

Jury Recommends Death Sentence for Ex-Marine A federal jury in Alexandria on Thursday recommended the death penalty for Jorge Torrez, a former Marine convicted of strangling a fellow service member — agreeing with prosecutors that the 25-year-old would continue to be a threat behind bars. (TWP) WASHINGTON

In D.C., There Won’t Be a 24-Hour Wait for Tattoos The D.C. health department’s proposal to introduce a mandatory 24-hour waiting period before tattoo and body-piercing parlors could provide those services will not be included in new regulations. (TWP)

04.25.2014

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

“This is over in a 4-0 sweep. It is flatout over. [The Bulls] can’t beat them. They can’t score enough. … I told you all season, this was the third-best team in the Eastern Conference when they’re healthy.”

John Wall and the Wizards could complete a sweep of the Bulls this weekend in D.C.

Board the Bandwagon

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“Pay attention to this Washington team, because the more you watch them, the more you realize, they really don’t have any weaknesses.” Tim Legler, NBA analyst for ESPN

It’s been a long time since Washington’s NBA team was up 2-0 in a playoff series, so it’s understandable if you’re a little reluctant to buy into this Wizards squad. But you might want to break out that dusty Bullets jersey from the back of your closet. Here are five reasons why it’s safe to jump on the Wizards bandwagon. JEFFREY TOMIK (E XPRESS)

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The Wizards’ talented backcourt of 23-year-old John Wall and 20-year-old Bradley Beal garners most of the national attention — and rightfully so — but these youngsters are surrounded by proven veterans. Trevor Ariza, Nene and Marcin Gortat — the Wizards’ starting frontcourt — have played in a combined 137 playoff games. So while the Wizards’ big-name stars are postseason newbies, this team has enough savvy veterans to guide it through the playoffs.

If the Wizards were in the Western Conference, they wouldn’t have made the playoffs. But in the East, they’re playing like one of the best teams. If Washington gets past the Bulls, it will face the winner of the PacersHawks series. Indiana is the top seed, but the Pacers lost 13 of their last 26 regularseason games. Meanwhile, the Hawks are the only playoff team with a losing record. A possible matchup against the defending champion Heat wouldn’t happen until the conference finals.

The Wizards have multiple scoring options, so teams aren’t able to focus on stopping just one guy. Washington’s entire starting lineup has averaged double digits in the first two playoffs games. With Nene in the post, Beal on the perimeter and Wall facilitating the offense, Washington can score in different ways. Even their bench — led by Andre Miller, Martell Webster and Trevor Booker — is capable of carrying the scoring load for short stretches.

Washington has been home to a lot of knuckleheads. But Andray Blatche, Nick Young, JaVale McGee and Gilbert Arenas are gone. What’s left is a group that’s learned to play as a team. “I think we did a great job staying calm and composed,” Wall told reporters after the Wizards’ Game 2 victory. “Early in the season, we would get rattled and guys would try to make plays one-on-one on their own. Tonight, we trusted in our offense like we’ve been doing.”

Randy Wittman isn’t considered a top-tier coach, but he knows his team. In Game 2, he made two huge in-game adjustments that led to the Wizards’ overtime win: He had Ariza switch onto Bulls guard D.J. Augustin, and he played Booker over Gortat down the stretch to match Chicago’s energy. Augustin struggled against the taller defender, and the Wizards outscored the Bulls by 10 points while Booker (nine points and eight rebounds) was on the floor.

“I feel like they would go into round two against Indiana and believe that they could win that series and go to the conference finals.” Bill Simmons, analyst for ESPN, who picked the Wizards to make the Eastern Conference finals before the playoffs started

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Wizards forward Nene has averaged 20.5 points and 7.5 rebounds a game, while shooting over 60 percent from the floor, in the first two games of the series vs. the Bulls.

For Nene, Mind Over Matter Wizards big man has dominated low-post battle against Bulls Wizards Nene approaches the game of basketball with a combination of skill and mysticism, so it’s no surprise that he was philosophical on the eve of Washington’s critical Game 3 against Chicago. “There are two pages torn off,” the Brazilian big man said. “We have the third page [Friday]. So it’s step by step. We have to be humble and respect them because they are very good.” One of the Wizards with playoff experience, the forward has played a major role in Washington taking a 2-0 lead over the favored

Bulls. Through the first two games of the postseason, Nene is averaging 20.5 points and 7.5 rebounds while shooting over 60 percent from the floor. And for the Wizards, their formula for success is simple — when Nene is in the lineup they are 3.7 points per 100 possessions better than their opponents this season. Even more straightforward, Washington is 32-23 with Nene in the lineup, 14-15 when he is not. “We know Nene is the X-factor to our team,” guard John Wall said after Game 2. “Coming into this series, with anybody we played, we knew we needed Nene to be there for us, and he’s stepping up big in the first two games.” After Nene came back from his knee injury, there was a thought that coach Randy Wittman would limit

his minutes in the playoffs, but that idea went out the window quickly because of Nene’s effectiveness. “We’re not worried about minutes,” Wittman said. “We’re worried about winning games.” Nene hasn’t just done his damage in the paint. He’s been able to consistently hit his jumper from the elbow, which has opened up the floor even more by forcing Chicago’s Joakim Noah out to defend. It’s a weapon in Nene’s arsenal that’s been underrated over the years. “I kind of had an idea he could [make that shot],” Wittman said. “I didn’t know the scope of what he could do, obviously.” In addition to the scoring that Nene brings, he and Marcin Gortat have also proven to be extremely adept passers, giving the Wizards another element when Chicago

crashes down on the big men. Nene knows the Bulls are gearing up to stop him, and he’s fine with that. “Each game you need to learn something — what you did good and what you did bad,” he said. “We’ve been doing that. We’ve been watching video, we’ve been talking. Everyone is very focused, very engaged on doing the right thing.” And for Nene, that’s all about giving maximum effort to make sure the Wizards close out the Bulls. A first-round series win would be a surprise nationally, but it wouldn’t surprise the thoughtful man in the middle. “It’s about hard work,” he said. “We don’t care about paper, names or what people think. It’s about heart and commitment.” ELLIOT T SMITH (FOR E XPRESS)

A Big Difference: Marcin Gortat, left, Nene and Trevor Ariza — the Wizards’ starting frontcourt — have combined to score 89 points in the first two games of the series. The Bulls’ starting frontcourt of Joakim Noah, Carlos Boozer and Mike Dunleavy have combined for 66 points — 23 less than their Wizards counterparts. Entering Thursday’s NBA games, Washington had the fifth-highest scoring starting frontcourt in the postseason. (E XPRESS)

“I want our team to be greedy, and have an understanding of why did we win these first two games. … No matter what happens in these next few games, each game is going to be harder and harder.” — W IZ A RDS COACH R A NDY W IT TM A N ON ESPN RADIO’S “MIKE & MIKE”

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The number of teams that dropped Games 1 and 2 in a seven-game series at home and still advanced (196869 Los Angeles Lakers, 1993-94 Houston Rockets and 2004-05 Dallas Mavericks). The Wizards certainly have the Bulls against the ropes as the series shifts to the Verizon Center.

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Series Schedule Game 1: Wizards 102, Bulls 93 Game 2: Wizards 101, Bulls 99 (OT) Game 3: Fri. @ Washington, 8 p.m., ESPN Game 4: Sun. @ Washington, 1 p.m., ABC Game 5: Tue. @ Chicago, TBA (if necessary) Game 6: Thu. @ Washington, TBA (if necessary) Game 7: May 3 @ Chicago, TBA, TNT (if necessary)

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Nats Are Throwing Games Away Shortstop Desmond leads the majors with eight errors this year

Series Preview

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this season was two more than any other team in the majors. Desmond says he knows the trend can’t continue. “You use everything in the past to make yourself better,” he said. “This is one of those circumstances. I just have to weather that storm.” JASON BUT T (FOR E XPRESS)

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Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond had an MLB-high eight errors entering Thursday.

D.C. United-FC Dallas Matchups to Watch The biggest test of D.C. United’s young season comes this weekend, when the team hosts high-flying FC Dallas. Coming into the match with an MLS-best 5-1-1 record, the Hoops are much improved under new coach Oscar Pareja. D.C. United also appears to be significantly better this year, entering the match with a 2-2-2 record after last season’s abysmal 3-24-7 mark. Here are some key matchups to watch Saturday at RFK Stadium. SETH VERTELNEY (FOR E XPRESS)

though, made up for his blunder with a game-winning hit in Washington’s come-from-behind 5-4 win over the Angels. Prior to Thursday night’s game against San Diego, the Nationals committed 11 errors in the previous 10 games. Their 24 total errors

Pineda Suspended 10 Games New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was suspended for 10 games Thursday after being caught using pine tar. He said he won’t appeal the penalty that will cost him two starts. “I accept it,” Pineda said before Thursday night’s game at Fenway Park. “I know I made a mistake.” The commissioner’s off ice announced the ban, which started immediately. Pineda was ejected in the second inning of Wednesday night’s 5-1 loss against the Boston Red Sox after umpires found the pine tar on his neck. After the game, Pineda admitted he used the pine tar to help him grip the ball on a cool, windy night. Pineda said he had never used pine tar before this season.

Ian Kennedy (1-3, 3.60 ERA) vs. Taylor Jordan (0-3, 6.23 ERA)

including two at third base during Tuesday’s 7-2 loss against the Angels. In Wednesday’s game, Adam LaRoche committed a crucial error in the top of the ninth, which helped contribute to Ibanez scoring a run later in that inning. LaRoche,

Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday night’s game.

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In Monday’s game against the Angels, Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond darted to his left to field a hard-hit grounder from Albert Pujols in the top of the eighth inning. The ball hit Desmond’s glove and popped out, and Pujols reached first base safely. It was “a difficult error,” as Nationals manager Matt Williams put it. “He’s got to range way to the middle. And he stretched out to catch that ball,” Williams said. “If he comes up clean, he’s got a chance to throw him out.” Later that inning, Desmond committed a throwing error that allowed Raul Ibanez to reach third after the Angels slugger drove in three runs on a double to left center field. The Angels went on to win 4-2. The two errors drove Desmond’s total to eight for the season, the most in the majors entering Thursday night. “I’m not making the plays,” Desmond said. “I wish I had an answer.” Desmond isn’t the only Nationals player struggling in the field. Infielder Anthony Rendon committed three errors over the past week entering Thursday’s game,

The Nats opened a four-game series against the San Diego Padres at Nationals Park on Thursday.

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Diaz, the MLS player of the month for March, conducts FC Dallas’ offense with a devastating combination of quickness, skill, passing and vision. Kitchen will be the main obstacle between Diaz and United’s back line, and the 22-year-old holding midfielder needs a big performance on Saturday.

Castillo’s easily one of the fastest players in MLS, and his speed and skill combination is a handful for the right side of any team’s defense. Franklin will be the main man tasked with controlling the 21-year-old Colombian, but he might need a bit of help from right midfielder Nick DeLeon as well.

FC Dallas is one of the league’s best teams on set pieces, and Michel’s service from free kicks and corner kicks is one of the biggest reasons why. United’s defense will have to be alert on every free kick and corner kick opportunity, or FC Dallas will likely take advantage.

04.25.2014

Keira Knightley, left, and Adam Levine meet cute in the indie “Begin Again.”

Revenge Isn’t Sweet

‘The Other Woman’ could be empowering, but it rests on tired tropes and jokes

Indies in Season

Film Review

Exotic creatures thrive in the shadows of blockbusters. Here are five of the most anticipated indie films due this summer, nary a caped superhero among them. JAKE COYLE (AP)

“The Other Woman’s” premise — a group of wronged women confecting revenge on a caddish man — hews faithfully to Hollywood’s most cherished cake-andeat-it proposition, wherein a film can make its female characters as shrewish, ditzy and cartoonishly desperate as it wants without fear of recrimination because, no matter how bad the gals look, the guys look worse. That formula is taken to bizarre extremes in a movie that, despite presenting itself as a celebration of women’s solidarity, doesn’t seem to like women very much. “The Other Woman” stars Cameron Diaz as Carly, a no-nonsense, smokin’ hot Manhattan lawyer who discovers that her boyfriend, Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), is married. When Mark’s spacey wife, Kate (Leslie Mann), finally twigs to the affair, she shows up at Carly’s office and proceeds to collapse into a bundle of blubbering sobs. They soon realize they’re not alone: Kate Upton, the generously figured swimsuit model, plays Amber, one of Mark’s many mistresses. In case you’re wondering: Yes, you’ve seen that before. Just like you’ve seen the montage (set to, what else, Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”) in which

‘Boyhood’ (JULY 11) Richard Linklater spent 12 years making this wholly unique film. It charts a fictional family over that time (Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette play divorced parents) and, remarkably, shows the maturation of 6-year-old Ellar Coltrane (playing their son) from boy to man.

‘Begin Again’ (JULY 4) Much like John Carney’s “Once,” this is a naturalistic, street-level drama of musicians. Keira Knightley stars as a British singer-songwriter discovered in New York by a down-on-his-luck music executive (Mark Ruffalo).

‘Magic in the Moonlight’ (JULY 25) Woody Allen’s annual offering

this year is a comedy set on the French Riviera in the ’20s starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone. It promises a romantic lightness, but the question will be how audiences respond to Allen following the renewed allegation of sexual abuse.

‘The Trip to Italy’ (AUG. 15) Michael Winterbottom reconvenes Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon for impressions-heavy conversation over fine dining. As they showed in “The Trip,” sometimes that’s all a movie needs.

‘Wish I Was Here’ (JULY 18) Zach Braff took a lot of criticism for his use of Kickstarter to help fund his second directorial effort following 2004’s “Garden State.” Braff stars as a struggling actor who homeschools his kids.

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A three-timing Casanova brings together, from left, Leslie Mann, Nicki Minaj, Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton in “The Other Woman.”

a group of scorned women spike a guy’s smoothie with estrogen, replace his shampoo with Nair and muddle his cocktails with laxatives. “I like that she’s super-hot,” Kate says later about the pretty, vacant Amber. “I feel like she brings up our group average.” That’s one of the best lines in “The Other Woman,” and one of the rare instances in which Mann is allowed to resemble something other than the endlessly nattering chatterbox she portrays — at an annoyingly

‘The Other Woman’ (PG-13)

Director: Nick Cassavetes Stars: Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton and Nicki Minaj In a Nutshell: A group of women bond over their efforts to get back at the man who cheated on all of them.

hysterical pitch — through most of the movie. For her part, Diaz, so often the most underrated element of any film she’s in, lends a

commendable degree of unforced, even slightly believable, warmth to a character who’s otherwise an icily forbidding stereotype. Although “The Other Woman” nibbles around the edges of revealing truths about relationships, it leaves most of that potential behind, instead pursuing easy, exhausted cliches about zip-less marriages, upper class suburban drudgery, cynical careerism and dumb-but-sweet blondes. ANN HORNADAY (THE WASHINGTON POST )

See Him at the Movies: A life-sized bronze statue of longtime Chicago Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert was unveiled Thursday outside the Virginia Theatre in Champaign, Ill., which hosts the annual “Ebertfest” film festival he started. His wife, Chaz Ebert, said the statue was “interactive art,” because it shows her late husband giving his famous “thumbs up” sign and sitting between two empty theater seats where visitors can sit. Ebert died last year at age 70. (AP)

express | Friday, April 25, 2014 | Your guide to D.C.-area apartments and home rentals

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Rental Search When Max Hoffman, 22, went apartment hunting with his three roommates before their senior year at George Washington University, the group wanted to find something that had been recently renovated. “Coming from GW dorms to an apartment like that makes us feel like we really moved a step up,” says Hoffman, who focused his search in the West End neighborhood of D.C. Even if you haven’t been living in an old dorm, updated units are desirable for obvious reasons — they feel newer and cleaner and are often more energy-efficient. And if you want something new, a renovated unit in an older building usually costs less than an apartment in a brandnew development would. “The older communities often have CONTINUED ON R3

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larger apartments, better closet space and such,” says Karen Kossow, director of residential marketing at Community Realty Co. “You’re getting a new-feeling apartment with space that you wouldn’t be able to find, or maybe wouldn’t be able to afford, in a newer building.”

nextweek Some upgrades, like high-efficiency appliances, can benefit renters by lowering utility costs. The savings (and environmental impact) can be significant. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (nrdc.org), upgraded refrigerators can save more than $100 a year in utility costs, and purchasing a model qualified by Energy Star, an Environmental Protection Agency program, can help reduce energy consumption an additional 15 percent. Replacing a washer with an Energy Star-qualified model can save a family around $110 a year, and an Energy Star-qualified dishwasher can reduce yearly utility costs by up to $25. And appliance upgrades often have an added perk for renters: They usually don’t require tenants to move out, which saves a lot of hassle. Bigger-picture utility upgrades can help apartment buildings, too. If the building’s current cooling and heating systems are more than 10 years old, installing new systems can save energy and cut costs, the NRDC says. C.H.

room apartments go for $1,950 per month and two-bedroom apartments for $2,350 per month, a 40 to 50 percent increase over prerenovation prices. Not all renovations raise the rent. With apartment construction booming in D.C., some buildings renovate just to stay competitive. That’s the strategy at The Ravenel (1610 16th St. NW; 202-2327382). In between renters, each unit gets hardwood floors, upgrad-

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ed appliances and exposed brick veneers. Those renovations are not done to increase the rent — and in some instances, result in the opposite. One refurbished studio at The Ravenel was reduced from $1,880 per month to $1,550. The lower rent and fresh look helps attract renters. “People in this area pay a lot of money, so you want them to be happy in the unit and in the building,” leasing manager Anita Hale says.

DIY Renovations? Most landlords do not allow tenants to do major work on their unit. But sometimes renters can make minor, reversible fixes without fearing a hit on their security deposit. “It makes them feel more like their own home,” says Hillary Greenwald, leasing and property manager at 1001 @ Waterfront, where residents have painted or put up temporary walls. That’s what drove Abby Greenawalt, 34, a photographer who has done freelance work for Express, to fix up her third-floor walkup five minutes from Union Station.

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Tenant Protection The D.C. Rental Housing Act protects tenants in the case of renovations. The housing provider must give tenants a 120-day notice to vacate for the purpose of renovating the unit, according to the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development. Tenants are also entitled to re-rent their unit after renovations are completed at the same rate, but only if the department has determined that the renovations were necessary to bring the unit into compliance with housing regulations. C.H.

She’s lived there for seven years, and she says she started out small, painting a few walls. Recently, though, Greenawalt took on a larger project: removing the forest-green shag carpet in her stairway and front hall. It took about two months to rip it up and clean and stain the wood underneath. (Greenawalt didn’t consult her landlord before undertaking her flooring project, but you should, or you run the risk of having to undo all your hard work before you move out.) Though her alterations may prove temporary, she’s pleased with the result. “I don’t need new and highquality items, but I do need to like my environment and appreciate my space,” Greenawalt says. “I walk up the stairs now, and I get so excited. My roommate and I will just go, ‘Oh my God, the floors are so pretty!” CHELSEA HUANG (E XPRES S)

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Takoma Park-based Mangan Group Architects renovated the former home of General John Logan two years ago. The 1,450-square-foot apartment has 12-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, a coffered ceiling, gas fireplace, granite countertops, plantation shutters and three outdoor decks. Parking is available for $200 per month. Contact: Alexandra Thomas and Michelle Topel of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty at 202-234-3344.

The Morgan Place is a 15-unit building that was renovated in 2001 by PN Hoffman. (The building itself dates back to 1911.) It is located near grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops and gyms. The 651-squarefoot unit has a contemporary layout with hardwood floors, an updated kitchen, in-unit washer and dryer and a fireplace. Contact: Carlos Evans of Keller Williams Realty at 202-510-4319.

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Renovation Reality These desirable units are often hard to find. One reason is that renovating older units is expensive for the management. But some properties see renovations as an investment to increase revenue, such as the major undertaking three years ago at The Alden Apartments (2620 13th St. NW; 800-984-5044) in Columbia Heights. The 18-month overhaul of the rundown building was “more intense than we anticipated,” says Josh Benaim, principal at Aria Development Group. His team fixed the water and heating systems and the roof, and invested in what he calls “the fundamentals” — hardwood floors, upgraded kitchens and washers and dryers. They also added techie amenities: iPhone-driven thermostats, video intercoms for security and building-wide high-speed Wi-Fi. The renovations cost roughly $100,000 per unit, which current tenants help pay for: One-bed-

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Perfect Timing Many older buildings renovate in stages, so timing is key for renters looking to snap up newer units. Hoffman and his three roommates had to make some adjustments to their timeline once they found a building they liked. At the Winston House (2140 L St. NW; 202-785-2200), community director Michael Sun had an unrenovated apartment available. But the group told Sun they would wait for a refurbished unit, which came with a fully renovated kitchen and bathrooms, hardwood floors and upgraded appliances. They struck a deal. Sun leased them the unrenovated unit for a month, until the next redone unit was completed. The unit was worth the hassle of mov i ng t w ice a nd a n increased rent (the redone unit cost $250 more a month, or $3,930) for Hoffman and his roommates. “Plus, it really makes us feel cleaner,” Hoffman says.

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Newly renovated aparment homes in SE DC with great amenities. Wall-to-wall carpet, brand new appliances, close to transportation. Hardwood floor and in-unit washer/dryer in select apartments. Water/sewer, gas, and trash included in rent.

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Beautiful, newly renovated apartment homes at 5 covenient locations. Wall to wall carpet, individual climate control, and water/sewer, gas, and trash included in rent. Hardwood floors and dishwashers available in select units. It's Warming up Here at River Hill Apartments One Bedrooms Starting At $799.00 W/W Carpet/Individually Controlled Heat & Air Dishwasher/Frost Free Refrigerator Laundry Room In Every Building

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The Overlook at Oxon Run 3700 9th St. SE Washington DC 20032

New Gated Community w/affordable rents & unbelievable rates! 24 hr. concierge, moments to metro, metrobus at doorstop, salon, & much more. Max income $45,180 for family of 1. $51,600/per 2 , $58,080/ per 3., $64,500/ per 4.

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Friendship Crossing Apartments 57 Galveston Street SW Washington, DC 20032

The Vista at Wingate 4660 Martin Luther King JR. Ave. Washington, DC 20032

Have it all at Friendship Crossing ... A gated community just minutes to shopping, dining, 495, 295 & metro.Fully renovated apartment homes in a park like atmosphere.New and upgraded appliances, laundry facilities in each bldg.

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Gateway Gardens 4203 58th Avenue Bladensburg, MD 20710

Comfort, convenience & quality... Eagle's Crossing has it all. Our garden-style spacious apts. offer beautifully landscaped grounds w/easy access to public transportation, min. away from downtown, 295, and the Metro.

Located in suburban Maryland. Gateway Gardens offers comfort and convenience minutes away from shopping, restaurants, entertainment, Metro bus and Metro rail. A modern apartment that is cable-ready, not to mention a balcony or patio.

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Penn Southern 4113 Southern Avenue Capitol Hts, MD 20743

Woodland Springs 6617 Atwood Street District Heights, MD 20747

All credit considered. FIOS ready. Upgraded eat-in kitchens. Paint options available in select apartments. Individually controlled air conditioning & heat. Close to Metro. K Minutes from Washington DC & Capitol Hill K Pool, sundeck, playground K Business Center

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Kensington House 10225 Frederick Avenue Kensington, MD 20895

Overlook Apartments offer newly renovated apts w/Metro, DC and 495 right at your fingertips. Variety of spacious floorplans. Sparkling pool. Pets welcome. Income restrictions apply. *some restrictions apply.

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Kent Village 6707 Hawthorne St. Landover, MD 20785

Located within minutes of downtown DC and the 495 Beltway. Only one block from the Landover Road Metro. Metro bus stop on the community. Newly renovated 1and 2 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom townhomes. Comfort and convenience at an affordable price.

Queenstown Apartments 3301 Chillum Road Mt. Rainier, MD 20712

Fall in Love all over again here at Queenstown where we love our residents. Enjoy the Clean, Cool, Convenience of living at Queenstown Apts. 1 block from West Hyattsville Metro, Newly Renovated Apt homes (limited). Offering 1& 2 BR Apts, FREE After School Program, min. from Howard & MD Univ, on-site security, fitness/ business center. Hablamos Espa単ol.

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Sutton Walk 5306 85th Ave. New Carrollton, MD 20784

Southview 1309 Southview Dr. Oxon Hill, MD 20745

Oxon Hill Village 2260 Alice Avenue Oxon Hill, MD 20745

Eleven55 Ripley 1155 Ripley St Silver Spring,MD 20910

Comfortable, spacious apartment homes just inside the Beltway H Walk to Metro H Washer & Dryer in each apartment H Huge Closets *Call for Details.

Open the door to the GOOD LIFE at Southview. With these spacious, affordable and conveniently located apartment homes, the GOOD LIFE is waiting for you inside and out. An easy commute takes you downtown by car or Metro, while back home, recreation areas and our two pools keep everyone active. Don't deny yourself the lifestyle you know you deserve. Visit Southview and get ready to live it!

Nestled between the District of Columbia and historic Virginia, Oxon Hill Village offers a variety of floorplans, free services and amenities including a fitness center. indoor gymnasium, business center and all utilities included. LET OUR STORY BE YOUR STORY. Stunning brand new apartments in downtown Silver Spring. Now offering one and half month FREE rent for a limited time.

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Privacy World 2600 Glenallen Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20906

Home of high standards by residents & mgmt GLENMONT METRO STATION right across the street Landscaped & lighted fenced grounds Short walk to shopping, churches, banks, & public parks H 24 hr Emergency service & controlled entry access buildings H H H H

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Glebe House 25 West Glebe Road Alexandria, VA 22305

Southern Towers 4901 Seminary Road Alexandria, VA 22301

Bennington Crossings 441 N. Armistead Street Alexandria, VA 22312

Open House Saturday April 26th Rosecroft Mews is a hidden gem in Fort Washington Md. Tucked away in a quite neighborhood lies a newly renovated community, you’ll be greeted by our friendly & knowledgeable team. Rosecroft is within minutes of shopping & dining. come see our newly renovated homes & wonderful features.

Brinkley House Apartments is a community admired and one of the area's best rental values. Conveniently located minutes from the beltway at St. Barnabas Rd. near Branch Ave, and Andrews Air Force Base. Just minutes away from Downtown, Old Town and National Airport. We are close to excellent shopping and a straight shot downtown on rte 295.

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Hillwood and StoneRidge at Mark Center 5797 - A Rayburn Ave Alexandria, VA 22311

• FREE Metro Shuttle to Pentagon City • 3 Swimming Pools & 7 Tennis Courts • Fitness Center & Business Center • Controlled access* & cozy fireplace* • Washer/Dryer* • Renovated 1BR, 2BR & 3BR, many with dens

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Park Vue of Alexandria 511 Four Mile Road Alexandria, VA 22305

Kings Gardens Apartments 6300 S.Kings Hwy Alexandria, VA 22306

Luxury high-rise living—at Park Vue of Alexandria! Newly renovated apartment homes featuring lovely views...Alexandria's best-kept secret! New state-ofthe-art fitness ctr and gated parking. Near BRAC at Mark Center, Metro and DC. *Call for details

Kings Gardens delightfully combines city convenience with suburban charm. This Alexandria address is within a short distance from schools, shopping, and the Huntington Metro Rail Station. Residents enjoy beautiful landscaping and an on-site pool.

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Potomac Towers 2001 North Adams Street Arlington, VA 22201

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Ten Twenty Apartments 1020 N. Quincy Street Arlington, VA 22201

Shirlington House 4201 S. 31st Street Arlington, VA 22206

Dominion Plaza 1200 S Courthouse Rd Arlington, VA 22204

Newly Renovated Apartments 1 Month Free Rent Close to Metro, All Utilities Included Library across the street On-Site parking, Laundry Facilities on each floor Pool & Fitness Center Walking distance to Law School

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Central A/C., Wall to wall Carpet, Metro accessible, Five minutes driving distance to Pentagon Metro Station, Laundry facility on site, Shopping centers nearby, cable ready. Secure entrance, 24 hour on call maintenance.

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Linden Park Apartments 3600 Jurgensen Drive Triangle, VA 22172

Ask about our Spring Rent Specials • Bright, sunlit rms w/large, energy-effic. windows • Newly remodeled kitchen featuring clean steel appliances & wood cabinets • Swimming Pool and 4 Playgrounds • All Utilities Included • No security deposit • Minutes to Dunn Loring Metro, I-495 and I-66

Linden Park, a spacious, convenient and affordable apartment community, is located just minutes away from shopping and dining, schools, and beautiful parks. We offer 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms with individually-controlled heat and AC.

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Limited Affordable Units Left 1 Bed/1 Bath Apartments for $1,075 (709-728 sq. ft.) Income Restriction is $36,857-$43,000 (1 to 2 people occupancy only) 2 Bed/1 & 2 Bath Apartments for $1,344 (854-1007 sq. ft.) Income Restriction is $46,071-$53,750 (2 to 4 people occupancy only) Featuring a Clubhouse, Fitness Center, Spacious Floor Plans, Open Kitchens, Enormous Closets, and In Unit Washer & Dryer. 2300 Washington Place N.E. | Washington, DC 20018

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4 GREAT COMMUNITIES TO CHOOSE FROM! COLONIAL VILLAGE 908 Marcy Ave. • Oxon Hill

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CALL NOW FOR OUR FANTASTIC SPECIALS! •FREE Utilities •Minutes to The National Harbor & Brand New TANGER Outlets • • • • • • •

Close to Shopping & Metro HUGE Rooms Large Balconies & Patios Indiv. Heat & A/C Laundry Facilities Pool & Playground • On Bus Line Walk to Elementary School Mon.-Fri. 8-5 • Sat. 10-4 • Sun. 12-4

KINGS SQUARE 3402 Dodge Park Road • Landover

PARKVIEW GARDENS 6400 Riverdale Rd. • Riverdale

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• Minutes from the NEW WEGMANS & COSTCO • Laundry Facilities • Cable Ready

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Center • Stainless Steel Appliances • Granite Countertops** • Washer & Dryer** • Free Gas (cooking & heat) & Water • Outdoor & Indoor Pools (**Select Units) *Subject to change. Call for more details Mon.-Fri. 8-5 • Sat. 10-4 • Sun. 12-4

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Really Quiet On the Set Film When director Liza Johnson was preparing to bring “Hateship Loveship” to the screen, she knew she wanted cinematographer Kasper Tuxen — whose work she had seen in 2010’s “Beginners” — on board. Not because of any nifty tricks he makes his camera do, but because he’s willing to do what a lot of people aren’t: sit still. Johnson The film, out locally Friday, has a complex story — a nanny (Kristen Wiig) is duped into thinking her charge’s estranged father is into her — but Johnson and Tuxen relied on quiet, deliberate camerawork to tell it. There’s no tilting, no twirling,

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‘Hateship Loveship’ (R) Director: Liza Johnson Stars: Kristen Wiig, Hailee Steinfeld, Guy Pearce and Nick Nolte In a Nutshell: A troublemaking teenager tricks her nanny into believing that the girl’s recoveringaddict father has fallen madly in love with her.

and the lens lingers on individual characters for a second or two longer than in most films, so audiences can observe how they act after they’ve stopped speaking. “The simplicity of the camerawork generates a certain kind of feeling or impression,” Johnson says. “By limiting that motion, it lets you see the characters’ emotion more.” In the film, which is based on a short story by Alice Munro, Wiig’s Johanna is hired as a nanny for Sabitha (Hailee Steinfeld). Sabitha and a friend play a cruel joke on Johanna, sending her emails sup-

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A cruel prank leads Johanna (Kristen Wiig), left, to think Ken (Guy Pearce) has fallen for her in “Hateship Loveship.”

posedly from Sabitha’s absentee father, Ken (Guy Pearce). Fake Ken’s emails paint such a romantic picture of domestic bliss that the mousy, sheltered Johanna is suckered in — she packs up her furniture and heads off to marry Ken, only to find he barely has any idea she exists. Johnson says she chose her style of shooting in part because of Munro’s storytelling (though the screen-

play wasn’t written by Munro). “[She] is a really forceful writer, but she’s not melodramatic. She doesn’t underline things,” Johnson says. “You can’t make direct translations of her stories because they’re so interior.” Which is why Johnson tells much of the story through her actors’ faces. “I hope the film gives credit to the viewer to make their own deci-

sion about what to feel,” Johnson says. “It doesn’t force you to feel a certain way at a certain moment.” Instead, audiences can sit back and listen to what the silent moments say. KRISTEN PAGE-KIRBY (E XPRESS) West End Cinema, 2301 M St. NW; opens Fri.; 202-419-3456, westend cinema.com. (Foggy Bottom) Also available on iTunes and VOD.

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Wiig’s Flip Side That’s unfair on a couple of levels. First, the movie as a whole is great. Second, every performance in the movie is good — the supporting cast has earned five acting Oscar nominations (three for Nick Nolte and one each for Hailee Steinfeld and Christine Lahti, who actually won an Oscar for best short film in 1996. Isn’t that weird?), not to mention that Guy

Pearce and Jennifer Jason Leigh aren’t exactly schlubs when it comes to the craft. Even relative newcomer Sami Gayle, whose last feature role was “refugee daughter” in “Noah,” turns in a creepily cold performance as a cruel teenage queen bee. Talking only about Wiig does a disservice to the work the others do. Last, it’s dialogue that’s unfair

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A lot of the buzz generated by “Hateship Loveship” surrounds Kristen Wiig’s performance. People are freaking out because it’s her first dramatic role, with the implication being “and she doesn’t screw it up!”

If it’s OK with everybody, Kristen Wiig would like to get serious for a moment.

to Kristen Wiig. Obviously she’s known for comedic roles. The idea that comedy is all she can do because that’s what she’s always done is reductive and, frankly, wrong. If you needed proof that Wiig can do a dramatic turn,

you didn’t really pay attention to “Bridesmaids.” Remember when she was alone in her kitchen and made herself a fancy cupcake? It’s a silent scene in which Wiig breaks your heart without even speaking. Moreover, comedy done well —

and Wiig does comedy very well — looks so easy. And it is so, so hard. Not only because it takes a combination of an immense amount of work and the good luck to be born funny, but also because at the heart of every great comedic bit is an undercurrent of drama; a man slipping on a banana peel is funny precisely because, in part, that guy could really get hurt. “Hateship Loveship” is so much more than Kristen Wiig not being funny. True, it’s a chance for Wiig to show her versatility, but her versatility shouldn’t come as a surprise. She’s been showing it all along — it’s just that a lot of people weren’t looking. Read Kristen Page-Kirby’s previous columns at: washingtonpost.com/thereelist

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Jonas Armstrong plays a true hero who infiltrated the Nazis

‘Walking With The Enemy’ (PG-13) Director: Mark Schmidt Stars: Jonas Armstrong, Ben Kingsley and Hannah Tointon Quick Take: Schmidt’s directorial debut applies a heavy dose of melodrama to this story, piling on the schmaltz and taking unnecessary liberties with the facts. A simple retelling would have been more dramatic. STEPHANIE MERRY (TWP)

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Jonas Armstrong plays a Hungarian Jew impersonating an SS soldier in the fact-based film “Walking With the Enemy.”

to their death. He does it thanks to a lot of luck, his fluent German and a certain amount of insanity. “A lot of people would be just like ‘I’ll save my own f------ skin and run to the hills,’ ” says the Dublinborn Armstrong. “But not him.” Cohen saves many, but of course

cannot save most; more than half a million Hungarian Jews died in the Holocaust. The burden of being able to save only a few dozen at a time while hundreds more are shipped to their deaths clearly disturbs Cohen, but he continues on. “He wasn’t stupid; he knew he

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wasn’t going to save the world,” Armstrong says. “At least he had the bravado and the courage and the tenacity to do all that he could.” Armstrong, who played the title role in the recent BBC series “Robin Hood,” got to portray a different kind of hero with Cohen.

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“You have your Spider-Man, your Superman, but this is a real human being and this happened,” he says. “He wasn’t extraordinary and he wasn’t 6 foot 8 and he wasn’t [250 pounds], full of muscle. He was a slight individual with no military training whatsoever, and there’s huge pressure to try and portray someone like that. You have to show traits of heroism, which isn’t necessarily easy, because those people are few and far between.”

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Jackson Gives Final ‘Hobbit’ Film a New Title Peter Jackson, director of “The Hobbit” film franchise, wrote on Thursday on Facebook that the series’ final film will not be called “There and Back Again,” as planned. Jackson said the title felt misplaced because “Bilbo has already arrived ‘there’ in ‘The Desolation of Smaug.’ ” The film’s new title is “The Battle of the Five Armies.” (EXPRESS)

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“Walking With the Enemy,” out Friday, tells an unbelievable story that is actually mostly true. Jonas Armstrong plays Elek Cohen (the real guy was Pinchas Rosenbaum), a Hungarian Jew studying in Budapest in 1944. When the Nazis arrive, he flees to his hometown and forms a small resistance organization focused mostly on getting Swiss passports for his neighbors, which would allow them to escape to the neutral country. After the rest of his family is shipped to a labor camp, Cohen steals a uniform from a dead German and begins to impersonate an SS soldier. He then infiltrates meetings and social events and even manages to halt mass executions and detour trucks carrying people

Meg Ryan will voice the mom telling her kids the story of “How I Met Your Dad.” SPINOFFS

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Meg Ryan will voice the omniscient mom in the upcoming CBS comedy “How I Met Your Dad,” Entertainment Weekly reports. Ryan will provide narration for the older version of Greta Gerwig, who will star as a woman trying to find love. Like “How I Met Your Mother,” “Dad” will be framed by Ryan telling stories to her children. (EXPRESS)

Netflix has ordered its first Spanishlanguage series, Deadline reports. The untitled project tells the story of a soccer club owner’s death and his family’s feud. The series will debut in 2015. (EXPRESS)

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‘Vivian Maier’s’ Private Eye A secretive woman’s belongings yield a wealth of talent

‘Finding Vivian Maier’ (NR) Director: John Maloof and Charlie Siskel In a Nutshell: The discovery of her cache of more than 100,000 photos makes an introverted nanny one of the most accomplished street photographers of her generation.

How odd that the documentary “Finding Vivian Maier” should arrive in theaters alongside “Hateship Loveship,” a drama about a quiet nanny who nurtures an improbably rich inner life. “Finding Vivian Maier” tells something of the same story, about a real-life nanny who has only come into her own years after her death. In 2007, John Maloof, a young writer working on a history of the Chicago neighborhood where he grew up, purchased a cache of photographic negatives at auction that turn out to be brilliant examples of mid-20th century street photography. They were made by Vivian Maier, a Chicago woman with no discernible footprint in the art world or digital universe at large. Intrigued, Maloof began to acquire more of her negatives. Using the scores of receipts, notes, scraps of paper and detritus Maier had hoard-

Vivian Maier was a little-known nanny before the discovery of her street photography.

ed throughout her lifetime, Maloof managed to get in touch with the people who had known and worked with her from the 1960s until her death in 2009. Together with Charlie Siskel, Maloof has made a chronicle of his investigation with “Finding Vivian Maier,” in which he discovers that his subject worked as a housekeeper and governess in Chicago’s pros-

perous North Shore neighborhoods. The results of her amateur pastime were stunning. When Maloof shows her images to the photographer Mary Ellen Mark, she compares Maier’s work to that of Helen Levitt, Robert Frank and Diane Arbus. Joel Meyerowitz, himself a master of spontaneous, from-the-hip street portraits, pronounces Maier’s work as suffused with the kind of

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human understanding that proves she was “a real shooter.” In some cases it’s clear that her subjects have consented to Maier’s ministrations but in others, that implicit contract is barely acknowledged, let alone respected. Then again, the photographer herself didn’t print her pictures — it’s Maloof who, quite possibly in abrogation of Maier’s own wishes, is making her work known today. “Finding Vivian Maier” addresses all of these thorny questions with admirable honesty, all the while treating viewers to the exquisite photographs that possess undeniable power. They’re the best part of a film that leaves a large part of its subject’s mystery gratifyingly intact. ANN HORNADAY (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Highly Stylized, With No Substance The late Paul Walker is a tough cop in the fast-paced ‘Mansions’

‘Brick Mansions’ (PG-13)

Adrenalin runs high in the entertaining, action-heavy remake of the 2004 French film “District B13.” Starring the late Paul Walker in one of his last roles, “Brick Mansions” packs gunfights, car chases, acrobatic stunts and humor into one stylized package. In the urban ghetto of Detroit, which has been surrounded by a containment wall, narcotics officer Damien (Walker) goes undercover and teams with ex-con Lino (David

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“Brick Mansions” stars Paul Walker as a narcotics officer in one of his last roles.

Belle) to infiltrate a crew of criminals and defuse a confiscated bomb. Wu-Tang Clan rapper RZA plays crime lord Tremaine. As the ring leader of the slums, RZA looks the

Director: Camille Delamarre Stars: Paul Walker, David Belle and RZA In a Nutshell: An undercover Detroit cop teams up with an ex-con to take down a crime lord and his plan to destroy the decrepit city.

part. But rarely do you believe a word he says when he attempts to be threatening. There’s too much hesitation and not enough conviction. Later, Tremaine reveals redeeming qualities, which RZA embodies with more believability. At times the Parkour-like fight sequences technique requires per-

haps too much suspension of disbelief, especially when a character is jumping from one rooftop to another, climbing brick walls or overpowering as many as four men at once. At the heart of the film is the social commentary focusing on a community divided. Within Brick Mansions, there is no school, hospital or police station, and those who live there are mostly minorities. It’s made clear that the government could care less about the Brick folks, as they’re said to contribute nothing to society. This is not a film that will shift anyone’s moral compass. But it’s worth it to see Walker in the last film he was able to complete. JESSICA HERNDON (AP)

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DEAR MANOLO ANSWERS FROM THE SHOE BLOGGER

After four long years, and countless thousands of dollars, I’ve almost managed to graduate from college. Now, with two weeks left until the big day, I don’t know what shoes I should wear. A lot of girls go for high heels, but I’m afraid of falling on my face. What do you recommend?

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Manolo says many felicitous congratulations to all of the Manolo’s friends who are graduating this year from the various institutions (educational, religious, penal) in which they have been immured for years. To leave the school after so long is the liberating and terrifying experience. Your days have been held cap-

THE GREAT OUTDOORS isn’t so great when you’re sitting on your hard-as-rocks porch swing or picnicking on a plastic tarp. Anorak’s weather-proof pillows ($48 each, Tabletop DC, 1608 20th St.; 202-387-7117) cush things up and look cute concurrently. Other outdoor goods strewn with the firm’s trademark bunnies, birds and deer include a music festival-worthy blanket ($48), shopping bags ($28) and tablecloths ($72).

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your pronunciation of “croissant.” This weekend marks the 11th annual French Market in Georgetown (Book Hill, Wisconsin Avenue NW between P Street and Reservoir Road; April 2526, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., free; georgetowndc.com/ events/french_market). Expect deals on fashions, housewares and food from local businesses including Bonaparte Cafe and David Bell antiques.

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BIBLIOPHILE Dinah Fried took the idea of devouring books a little too literally. In her new blog-turned-book, “Fictitious Dishes” ($20, Harper Design), the author mixes cleverly propped photographs of food with literary tidbits to chronicle meals mentioned in major novels. Favorites include the bowl of gruel from “Oliver Twist,” the breakfast of grapefruit and cigarettes in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” (above, left) and the iconic tea party from“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” (above, right).

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tive to the calendar of education, your nights to the rituals of studying in the library and chugging from the kegs. Now you must make your own way in the world, with nothing more than your double major in interpretive dance and French literature and the good wishes of the people at the student loan guarantee agency to speed you on your way. But you are determined to succeed, and are certain that your internship at the Committee to Save the Himalayan Hummingbird has given you good experience in such in-demand fields as photocopying, envelope-stuffing and frappuccino-fetching. Look! Here is the Adeena from the B. Brian Atwood, the flat ankle-strap D’Orsay flat in silver with the perforated floral pattern which will help you stand out ($176, zappos.com). Ask the Manolo a question at manolo@shoeblogs.com. Visit the Manolo at shoeblogs.com.

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Twist It Sister A local blogger and artist wrote the book on how to tie a scarf

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“It’s about telling a story when you get dressed — who am I today?” Friedman says, as she ties a simple, drapey bow in a Sayami wool scarf ($60, Proper Topper). This style will work on almost any long, rectangular piece, and looks good prettying up a boyish look, say a blazer and jeans.

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Drape a long rectangular scarf around the back of your neck so the ends are even in front.

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Tie the ends together once, leaving the knot at the level where you’d like the bow to hang.

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Shaw-based illustrator Lauren Friedman owns well over a hundred scarves, from patterned silk squares nabbed from her grandmother’s bureau to swoopy modern mufflers. “No matter how you feel about your body or what kind of a hair day you’re having, a scarf adds an exclamation point to what you’re wearing,” says Friedman, who also blogs at myclosetinsketches.com. Inspired by her collection, Friedman wrote and illustrated “50 Ways to Wear a Scarf” ($15, Chronicle Books), a whimsical new TIY (tie-it-yourself) book full of drawings and directions showing how to create head wraps, neck knots and more. We followed her around on a recent Friday, photographing her as she tied one on at local boutiques. She’ll be signing books and doing demos May 8, 4-7 p.m. at Proper Topper. TE X T BY JENNIFER BARGER (E XPRES S); PHOTOS BY JASON HORNICK (FOR E XPRES S)

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“I like vintage scarves in bold, bright patterns,” Freidman says. Here, she tied a 1960s Norell silk one ($24, Treasury) into a retro head wrap. It’s paired with a 1950s shirtdress ($75, Treasury).

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Insert one arm through the long open end of the scarf and out through one of the short open ends. Bring the scarf behind you and repeat with the other arm, so that one knot comes over your right shoulder and one knot comes over your left.

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Two simple knots can turn a large, oblong scarf into an elegant jacket-y thing. “It conveys drama, the way the scarf flows and billows behind you as you walk,” Freidman says. “It can be casual, dressy or sexy, but most importantly, it’s such a gorgeous way to show off a really beautiful scarf with nice drape.” Use a recycled sari silk scarf ($42, GoodWood).

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Place a long scarf at the back of your head at your hairline.

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do. Think about what would make you happy. Being happy is something to aspire to.

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Marlo Thomas Eons before Zooey Deschanel batted her big eyes on “New Girl” (and a few years before the “Mary Tyler Moore Show”), actress Marlo Thomas became TV’s prototypical working it chick, starring in “That Girl” from 1966 to 1971. Since then, she’s also penned kid’s books (“Free to Be You and Me”) and worked as an activist. She’ll be at the National Portrait Gallery on May 1 for a Smithsonian Associates event to speak about her new book, “It Ain’t Over…Till It’s Over” ($27, Simon & Schuster), which follows women who have reinvented themselves in mid life. What keeps women from reinventing themselves? A lot of women in their 40s get stuck, and their dreams run out on them. They’ve raised a family, and they’re seeking what to do next. It’s exciting, but it’s scary. Why change your life? It’s such a big thing to do. But sometimes circumstances force it. And women over 40 are not welcome with open arms in the job market. In almost every field, it’s harder to get in if you are older.

What did some of the women in the book do? One woman, she was a graphic artist, but she’d always wanted to be a doctor. So at 38, she went back to medical school, and she did it. And another woman, who actually is from D.C., started a cupcake truck [Curbside Cupcakes]. Any advice for people looking to make big life changes? You must do a thorough reassessment of yourself. Ask yourself if you are doing the thing you wanted to

A lot of the women in the book became entrepreneurs. How can other women come up with good ideas for businesses? Use the resources around you. Who can help you — a friend? Your husband? Then think about something that there’s a need for, say, a mobile manicure and pedicure service. Find out what you like to do, and then take a step every day. On “That Girl,” you really were one of the first career women on TV. I didn’t know I was going to become a feminist heroine! But I knew “That Girl” was something new, because it was hard to get it on the air. My agent had sent me so many scripts where the woman was the daughter or wife of someone, and I liked that it was a show about the girl being the somebody. What heroines have you liked on TV in decades since? “Kate & Allie” — it was pioneering — they were single moms. And “Friends” and “Girls” both changed things. JENNIFER BARGER (E XPRESS) National Portrait Gallery, McEvoy Auditorium, Eighth and F streets NW; Thurs., 6:45 p.m., $47; smithsonian associates.org (Gallery Place)

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finds Gillette’s forthcoming ProGlide FlexBall razor — which will shave hairs 23 microns shorter, according to marketing materials obtained by The Wall Street Journal — an example of the modern dearth of American ingenuity. It’s especially bad when you consider Gillette’s parent company, Procter & Gamble, has revolutionary innovations such as laundry detergent under its belt.

“The town I live in, Oella, Md., was reliant on outhouses until 1984. And it’s smack in the middle of the Acela corridor, between Baltimore and Washington.” — CHRISTOPHER INGRAHAM AT WASHINGTONPOST.COM/BLOGS/WONKBLOG

doesn’t have a hard time believing that nearly 630,000 U.S. households lack complete plumbing facilities, according to a stat from the American Community Survey, which means they are without one or more of the following: a toilet, a tub or shower, or running water.

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“Yeah, laugh it up, but this is how Skynet learns we are weak.” — @PONIEWOZIK reacts to President

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“If you want more Instagram likes, don’t take photos of spatulas, golf carts, or space heaters.” — ADRIANNE JEFFRIES AT THE VERGE .COM summarizes findings of an

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“Sounds like this will be more comedybased than horrorbased … either way it’s probably going to be completely bonkers.” — MEREDITH WOERNER AT I09.COM reports updates

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TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Do what you said you’d do today, and the pressure will be relieved some tomorrow. It’s a promise you made to yourself, after all. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You may feel as though you have to do everything right now, but in truth, only those things that come naturally to you will be necessary. CANCER (June 21-July 22) You can come up with an unusual and highly creative way to solve a personal problem that arises quite suddenly toward midday. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Speed works in your favor, but it’s sure to make things more dangerous in many ways. Still, you’ll think it’s worth it. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) A seemingly random encounter is likely to mean much more when you realize that it wasn’t so random after all.

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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) A generous offer may not be accepted, but that’s no reason to withdraw. You can stay where you are and be available if you’re needed. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Envy is not something to disregard; the more you want what someone else has, the more you will find your own desires getting twisted.

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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You are probably able to do exactly what it is you said you’d do — and exactly in the way you had hoped you could do it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You’ll derive a great deal of satisfaction from doing something that others cannot — but resist any temptation to gloat!

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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You must be disciplined and straightforward throughout most of the day. At one point, however, luck is sure to play a key role.

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ARIES (March 21-April 19) You can enjoy the company of others, but there will be a time — a few hours at most — when you must arrange to be alone if you can.

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lookout puzzles Crossword 1 Like unripe fruit 6 Charlotte ___ (dessert) 11 Org. for moms, pops, and pedagogues 14 See-through, as nylons 15 “King of the Hill” town 16 Large coffee dispenser 17 Sewers’ conveniences 19 Mai ___ (rum drink) 20 Legendary Giants outfielder Mel 21 “___ Love You” (Beatles tune) 22 Have a malady 23 Closer to the color of tanned leather 27 Chooses 29 First word of the Lord’s Prayer 30 Architect’s detail 32 First word of a letter 33 Flossing advocacy grp. 34 Hawaiian dances

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TODAY IN HISTORY

1859 1947 1990

Fill in each column, row and 3x3 box with the digits 1 through 9 without repeating any. The twist in Samurai Sudoku is that the digits that appear in the overlapping boxes must work for both puzzles. A piece of advice to get you started: Don’t focus on completing one grid at a time. Keep the whole puzzle in mind as you go, because filling in a number in one grid could give you clues to another.

Ground is broken for the Suez Canal, a waterway intended to stretch 101 miles across the isthmus of Suez and connect the Mediterranean and the Red seas.

President Harry S. Truman officially opens the first White House bowling alley, a two-lane alley situated in the West Wing.

The crew of the U.S. space shuttle Discovery places the Hubble Space Telescope, a longterm space-based observatory, into orbit around Earth.

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It’s a boy for Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis. A spokeswoman for Wilde confirmed the couple welcomed Otis Alexander on Sunday. Wilde posted a message to Twitter on Wednesday with a photo of her and the baby. It says, “Ladies and gentlemen, Otis Alexander Sudeikis has LEFT the building!” and then notes in parentheses that she’s the building. (AP)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to a party thrown by Australia’s governor-general, Sir Peter Cosgrove, on their last evening Down Under, People magazine reported. Cosgrove compared their visit to that of the Duke of York (subject of “The King’s Speech”) and his wife’s in 1927. Both the Duchess of York and of Cambridge “won hearts from the start,” he noted. (EXPRESS)

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AP/INVISION PHOTOS

Things She Hasn’t Joked About: The Holocaust, SIDS Attorneys for two women held captive in a Cleveland home say Joan Rivers should apologize for comparing living in her daughter’s guest room with their situation. (She did this on the “Today” show.) “They got to live rent free for more than a decade,” Rivers told TMZ when asked about the complaints. (AP/E XPRESS)

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