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Taking ‘Flying Home’ Literally The pilot who crashed into a home near Denver on Monday used to own the property. Pilot Brian Veatch confirmed that he once owned the home, as indicated by property records, but didn’t realize that’s where he crashed until someone else pointed it out. Veatch, a veteran firefighter, crashed into the unoccupied house in Northglenn, Colo., on Monday. He tried to put out the fire caused by the crash with a garden hose before he was forced away by burning fuel. (AP) UNDERSTATEMENTS
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Deer Council Makes Plans To Build a Nine-Foot Ladder The Eugene Planning Commission is considering allowing homes to have fences up to 8 feet high. Why? To keep out deer. City Councilor Betty Taylor proposed higher fences for residents complaining about deer raiding their flower and vegetable gardens. Currently the height limit is 3.5 feet for front yards and 6 feet for side and back yards. (AP)
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Report Warns of Warming Effect Federal report says U.S. climate change already affects us
A Broad Effect: The graphic below shows the difference in average temperature from 1991-2012 compared to 1901-1960 in the continental U.S., and to the 1951-1980 averages for Alaska and Hawaii. Almost the entire country has gotten warmer since 1990, and many places have increased by more than 1.5 degrees.
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Washington Global warming is rapidly turning America the beautiful into America the stormy, sneezy and dangerous, according to a new federal scientific report. And those shining seas? Rising and costly, the report says. Climate change’s assorted harms “are expected to become increasingly disruptive across the nation throughout this century and beyond,” the National Climate Assessment concluded Tuesday. The report emphasizes that warming and all-too-wild weather are changing daily lives, using the phrase “climate disruption” as another way of saying global warming. Still, it’s not too late to prevent the worst of climate change, says the 840-page report, which the White House is highlighting as it tries to jump-start often-stalled efforts to curb heat-trapping gases. White House science adviser
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Attorney: Castro Allowed His Captives to Escape Ariel Castro intentionally left doors unlocked at his house in the months before three women escaped after nearly a decade of captivity because he knew the end was near, his former defense attorney said. Castro felt that the young girl he fathered with one of his captives was getting older and needed to be in school with a life outside the house, attorney Craig Weintraub told WKYC in Cleveland. (AP) WASHINGTON
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ca together. “All Americans will ﬁnd things that matter to them in this report,” said scientist Jerry Melillo of the Marine Biological Laboratory, who chaired the science committee that wrote the report. “For decades we’ve been collecting the dots about climate change, now we’re connecting those dots.” SETH BORENSTEIN (AP)
“I’m sure [Obama]’ll get loud cheers ... from the kind of people who leave a giant carbon footprint and then lecture everybody else about low-ﬂow toilets.” — MITCH
Dems: No Evidence of Politics in IRS Targeting House Democrats issued a report Tuesday saying that none of the 39 federal officials and employees who talked to congressional investigators about the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting affair provided evidence of political motivation or White House involvement in the efforts. (AP) NEW YORK
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MSNBC Apologizes: MSNBC is apologizing for a Cinco de Mayo segment that featured a staff member onscreen wearing a sombrero, shaking maracas and taking a swig from a bottle of tequila. The network said Tuesday the interlude on its “Way Too Early” show Monday featuring correspondent Louis Burgdorf, left, and host Thomas Roberts wasn’t intended to be disrespectful. The show apologized online and will express its regret today on air. (AP)
Three skydivers spent about four hours atop the World Trade Center’s signature skyscraper taking in sights before parachuting off it, they said Tuesday in detailing a surreptitious stunt that raised questions about security and left them facing felony charges. (AP)
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Monica Lewinsky Breaks Her Silence Monica Lewinsky, the intern with whom then-President Bill Clinton had an affair, has written a side of the story she’s kept quiet for more than 15 years. Here are some highlights of the Vanity Fair article, available online Thursday. EMILY HEIL (THE WASHINGTON POST/E XPRESS) HER REGRETS
“It’s time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress. … I, myself, deeply regret what happened between me and President Clinton.” ON HER DARK PAST
ON POP CULTURE
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Lewinsky confesses she had “suicidal temptations” during the media firestorm surrounding the affair. Her mother stayed by her bed, fearing she would take her life.
Lewinsky says she’s still recognized daily. She asks that Beyonce correct the lyrics of her hit “Partition”: “If we’re verbing, I think you meant ‘Bill Clinton’d all on my gown,’ not ‘Monica Lewinsky’d.’ ”
“The buzz in some circles has been that the Clintons must have paid me off; why else would I have refrained from speaking out? … nothing could be further from the truth.”
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The proportion of journalists who said they were Republicans in 2013, according to a new study of the media by two Indiana University professors. The bulk of journalists consider themselves politically independent. About 28 percent consider themselves Democrats, the lowest proportion of Democrats since 1971. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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Victim’s Friend Says Pistorius Confronted Her Oscar Pistorius was accused of making a “sinister” remark to a friend of Reeva Steenkamp in the courtroom Tuesday during a break at his murder trial. Pistorius denied the allegation that he said to the close friend of the girlfriend he killed: “How can you sleep at night?” (AP) BEIJING
Chinese Lawyer Held in Tiananmen Clampdown Chinese authorities detained a wellknown rights lawyer and several other people Tuesday in an apparent bid to deter activists from marking the upcoming 25th anniversary of a brutal military suppression of pro-democracy protesters in Tiananmen Square. Beijing police placed Pu Zhiqiang under criminal detention early in the morning, according to Qu Zhenhong, an associate at Pu’s firm. (AP)
‘I Had No Time to Be Scared’ Nigerian schoolgirl recounts her escape from Boko Haram
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Lagos, Nigeria The girls in the school dorm heard the sound of gunshots from a nearby town. So when armed men in uniforms burst in and promised to rescue them, at ﬁrst they were relieved. “Don’t worry, we’re soldiers,” one 16-year-old girl recalls them saying. “Nothing is going to happen to you.” T he gunmen comma nded the hundreds of students at the Chibok Government Girls Secondary School to gather outside. The men went into a storeroom and removed all the food. Then they set ﬁre to the room. “They ... started shouting, ‘Allahu Akhbar’ [God is great],” the
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The trucks drove through three villages when the ﬁghters’ vehicle following them broke down. That’s when the girl and her friend jumped out and hid in the bush. “We ran and ran, so fast,” said the girl, who has always prided herself on running faster than her six brothers. “That is how I saved myself. I had no time to be scared, I was just running.” MICHELLE FAUL (AP)
Protesters in Abuja, Nigeria, rally Tuesday for the rescue of the missing schoolgirls.
16-year-old student said. “And we knew.” What they knew was chilling: The men were not government soldiers at all. They were members of the ruthless Islamic extremist group called Boko Haram. They kidnapped the entire group of girls and drove them away in pickup
trucks into the dense forest. Three weeks later, 276 girls are still missing. At least two have died of snakebite, and about 20 others are ill, according to an intermediary who is in touch with their captors. The 16-year-old was among about 50 students who escaped on that fateful day.
Ukraine Seeks to Retake City
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country’s northern Chiang Rai province. One person was killed and dozens were injured in the magnitude 6.3 tremor, according to officials.
Ukrainian troops tightened a security cordon around a major insurgentheld eastern city Tuesday, but proRussia militia acted with impunity elsewhere in the turbulent region bordering Russia, surrounding a major Interior Ministry base. Thirty pro-Russia insurgents and four government troops were killed Monday in operations to expunge anti-government forces around the city of Slovyansk, Ukraine’s interior minister said Tuesday. Rebels said 10 people — ﬁghters and civilians — were killed by Ukrainian troops during clashes Monday. They would not elabo-
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The United States is sending technical experts to aid the Nigerian government’s search for nearly 300 teenage girls who were kidnapped from their school last month, the White House said Tuesday. The mass abduction has sparked international outrage and mounting demands that Nigeria do more to free the girls. “Time is of the essence,” said White House spokesman Jay Carney. (AP)
Ukrainian politician Yulia Tymoshenko called for a volunteer army on Tuesday.
rate and there was no immediate way to reconcile the ﬁgures. Gunbattles on Monday around the city of 125,000 were the interim government’s most ambitious
effort to date to quell weeks of unrest in Ukraine’s mainly Russian-speaking east. Meanwhile, political and military leaders called for volunteers to help restore order ahead of elections that are increasingly threatened by a pro-Russian separatist uprising in the eastern part of the country. With the nation on alert for more violence, former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko urged the creation of a “volunteer army” because neither Ukraine’s army nor its security services has been effective so far in handling outbreaks of rebellion, the Russian news service Interfax reported Tuesday. (AP/THE WASHINGTON POST)
The number of Catholic priests defrocked in the past decade in relation to
the church’s sex abuse scandal, according to statistics released by the Vatican on Tuesday. The Vatican’s U.N. ambassador in Geneva, Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, revealed the figures during a second day of grilling by a U.N. committee monitoring implementation of the U.N. treaty against torture. More than 2,500 priests were sentenced to lesser sanctions. (AP)
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Residents displaced by a landslide still don’t have answers Fort Washington, Md. The unstable land in a riverfront community in Prince George’s County, Md., slid another 2½ inches Tuesday, authorities said, and county officials were pleading with residents of about five or six homes to comply with an order to evacuate. A total of 28 houses were included in the evacuation order issued Monday as a result of the landslide on Piscataway Drive in Fort Washington, Md. Six of the homes — one
About 1,500 feet of hillside slid down about three feet, taking down trees as tall as 200 feet and downing power lines. Authorities ordered the evacuation of 28 homes.
of them vacant — were damaged by what engineers were calling a slope collapse. The other 22 were with-
out water service because of a pipe rupture caused by the landslide, and were not easily reachable because of
the collapse in the roadway. “No one imagined it would slip this much,” said Debbie Kutzleb, who lives on the side of Piscataway Drive that is least affected by the earth shifting. She was one of three residents who showed up at an information center Tuesday. The Red Cross had sandwiches, water and chips available for displaced residents, but Kutzleb wanted information. County officials were not at the center late Tuesday morning to give any answers. In interviews with The Washington Post, the ofﬁcials said they do not know when residents will be allowed to return to their homes. ARELIS R .
Madness on the Mall? Tourism officials say 2013 was another record-breaking year for attractions in the nation’s capital with an increase in domestic visitors and spending. Statistics released Tuesday by the tourism bureau Destination D.C. show Washington had more than 17.4 million U.S. visitors in 2013. That’s up 3.6 percent from the 16.8 million domestic visitors in 2012. (AP)
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D.C. Passes Controversial Health Insurance Tax The D.C. Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a one-of-its-kind new tax on all health-related insurance products to solve a big money issue faced by its online health-insurance exchange, which must be financially self-sufficient by the year’s end. The legislation funds it with a 1 percent tax on the healthinsurance premiums paid by those who live and work in D.C. Insurers have threatened that the costs will be passed on to customers and that the exchange is certain to face a court challenge. (THE WASHINGTON POST)
Shooting Injures 3 Near Southeast High School Three people were shot Tuesday morning in Southeast, not far from Ballou High School. D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said
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the shooting occurred shortly after 9 a.m. as people were getting off a Metrobus. Lanier added that the shooting “certainly appears” to have been targeted and that detectives were trying to determine if the incident started with a dispute on the bus. Police initially said none of the victims had life-threatening injuries. (TWP) ARLINGTON
No More ‘Million Dollar Bus Stops’ in Arlington Arlington County officials on Tuesday said they will cut the cost of the 23 successors to Columbia Pike’s “million dollar bus stop” by 40 percent. Lowering the canopy, changing the angle of the roof and simplifying the design helped pull the cost down from $20.9 million to $12.4 million, they said. County manager Barbara Donnellan called a halt to building the remaining stops after outrage over the cost of the first one made international headlines a year ago. (TWP)
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Where’s My Wi-Fi?
There may soon be an Outernet, which would use satellites to broadcast a library of content to the entire planet for free via the unlicensed spectrum of radio waves, starting as early as June 2015. It wouldn’t replicate the Internet’s limitless browsing experience, but it could be the next big step toward uniﬁed planetary connectivity. As with most plans involving global domination, the ambitions are grand and as yet unrealized. A dozen transponders (already in orbit) could link humanity to 500 gigabytes of new data per day,
We depend on the Internet, but free, universal access has yet to arrive
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The future announces itself in magenta and margarita green. “Free Outdoor Wi-Fi,” declare the placards shellacked to the sidewalks of First Street NE. NoMa claimed last month that it’s the ﬁrst D.C. neighborhood to connect to free Internet, and maybe it is, if you’re particular about the deﬁnitions of “ﬁrst” and “neighborhood.” But the livelier point of contention is this: Why, more than a decade into the proliferation of Wi-Fi networks, is free wireless Internet not available everywhere all the time, especially in the capital of the free world? Why must we set up our own individual hotspots, or linger in coffee shops, or siphon connectivity from unsecured networks, or make do with our phones? Why in 2014 is a neighborhood stoked to offer a service that for some has become as elemental as clean air, as sacrosanct as a universal human right? “The technology really wasn’t ready until now,” says Harold Feld, senior vice president of Public Knowledge, a D.C.-based consumer advocacy group dedicated to an open and accessible Internet. “Now people are ready for it, you’ve got an infrastructure that can support it, you’ve got institutions like libraries that are embedded in the community — now we need to put all the pieces together.” You could blame government inertia and — brace yourself for jargon — the limited availability of unlicensed radio spectrum frequencies, the bands of airwaves that are open for use by anybody.
Another problem: The market relies on consumers to purchase connectivity individually. In other words, blame AT&T or Verizon, if you’re willing to also blame capitalism as a whole. “Whenever I think about putting in a new Wi-Fi hotspot, I want to look at the level of service and whether industry can do it,” says D.C.’s chief technology ofﬁcer, Rob Mancini. This reliance on industry sometimes can result in “a learned helplessness” in city governments, says Greta Byrum, an urban planner and senior ﬁeld analyst for the Open Technology Institute. “There’s deﬁnitely interests that don’t want to see any kind of diversiﬁcation of the market or new models at play,” Byrum says. “Local communities have the power to create their own infrastructure, but a lot of people think they don’t know how or that it might be illegal. It’s difﬁcult to do an infrastructure DIY project.” Consider the effort to wire NoMa, a project that took more than a year of planning and designing. The neighborhood’s Internet couldn’t happen without access points — 17 gray, foot-wide boxes that are perched on streetlights or on top of buildings — and the gathering of permits,
Dialing In New York City is looking to relics of the past in its bid to usher in the future. Mayor Bill de Blasio called for proposals last week to transform phone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots, TIME reported. “By using a historic part of New York’s street fabric, we can significantly enhance public availability of increasingly-vital broadband access,” de Blasio said of the plan, which Michael Bloomberg began as a pilot project in 2012 . (E XPRESS)
the routing of electricity and so on. “To be able to put devices on lampposts took a good bit of conversation about attaching them and how they look and whether they affected the performance of
Looking to the Skies Despite the griping about the patchwork availability of free and public Wi-Fi in wealthy parts of the District, it is still worlds away from the 20 percent of Americans who don’t have household broadband or a smartphone, from the two-thirds of the global population that doesn’t have any reliable access to the Web and from nations that restrict or disconnect their population from the Internet.
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the lamppost,” says Robin-Eve Jasper, president of the NoMa Business Improvement District. Thus, free Wi-Fi may hinge on whether it eclipses the radiance of a streetlight — for now, at least.
The number of public Wi-Fi hotspots D.C. has rolled out over the years, according to D.C.’s chief technology officer, Rob Mancini. To see a full map of them, go to wifi.dc.gov. (T WP)
says Outernet founder Syed Karim, director of innovation at the nonproﬁt Media Investment Development Fund, which is backing the projects. Open-source material, Creative Commons content, the literature and courseware in the public domain — would all be broadcast to Earth via satellites and intermediary hotspots. “We’re building a library for everyone, and removing the physical nature of what a library has to do, for about $15 million a year,” Karim says. “If information is the currency of the modern global economy, Outernet is a free ATM.” The next step? A “space-based, jurisdictionfree, regulation-proof laser Internet system,” he says. Shellac that in magenta on the moon. DAN ZAK (THE WASHINGTON POST)
But Internet connectivity may soon come from orbit, beyond the reach of municipal governments, industry incumbents and authoritarian countries. Last month, Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s plan to beam the Internet through lasers, satellites and drones to swaths of the planet that are not already covered by 2G or 3G networks. Google’s Project Loon will do the same thing but with high-altitude balloons, perhaps by 2020. (TWP)
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Gooden Answers the Call SUE OGROCKI (AP)
32-year-old has gone from unwanted vet to playoff cog in 2014
Kevin Durant averaged an NBA-leading 32 points per game this season.
Wizards In the back of his mind, Drew Gooden had to wonder if those Bikram yoga sessions, individual workouts and handful of pickup games with NBA wannabes would wind up being in vain. Gooden had to hold on to the hope that eventually some team wouldn’t let him remain in unintentional retirement and give him a call after the Milwaukee Bucks flicked him away like loose lint.
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If he ever experienced doubt, Gooden could always lean on the story of former NBA player Tim Thomas, who was discarded by the Chicago Bulls in 2006, buried and forgotten, until he re-emerged as an unlikely hero during the Phoenix Suns’ Amare Stoudemire-less run to the Western Conference ﬁnals. “I used that as motivation that it can be done,” Gooden said. The Wizards took a chance on Gooden, a seasoned veteran with NBA Finals experience, in late February and he helped the team withstand the absence of Nene when he went down with a sprained left knee. When Nene returned, Gooden watched his playing time diminish signiﬁcantly. In the ﬁrst round against the Chicago Bulls, Gooden received more than five minutes just once and sat the entire Game 5
Wizards forward Drew Gooden had 12 points and 13 rebounds in just 18 minutes in Washington’s Game 1 win over the Pacers.
clincher because of a coach’s decision. Trevor Booker hogged most of the backup big man minutes against Chicago but when he struggled to summon his usual energy in the ﬁrst half of Game 1 against the Indiana Pacers, coach Randy Wittman went back to Gooden when Nene picked up his fourth foul early in the third quarter of the Wizards’ 102-96 victory. “Thanks to him, obviously, we got this win,” said Marcin Gortat, crediting Gooden for the Wizards’ dominance on the boards. “It was all about Drew Gooden. He was just outstanding. I guess they just underestimated this guy and, you
It’s Been a Long Time Coming Before Monday’s win over the Pacers, the Wizards hadn’t won a second-round game since April 28, 1982. On that date … The No. 1 song in the U.S. was “I Love Rock ’n’ Roll” by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The top movie was “Porky’s.” Eight of the 10 Wizards who played Monday were not born yet. Frank Johnson and Spencer Haywood each had a team-high 26 points in a 103-102 Bullets win over the Larry Bird-led Celtics. (E XPRESS)
know, he brought it.” One of just three Wizards born before Washington last won a second-round playoff game in 1982, the 32-year-old Gooden became the ﬁrst player in the shot clock era to have at least 12 points and 13 rebounds in just 18 minutes of action. Gooden, who reached the Finals with Cleveland in 2007, didn’t want to get ahead of himself after the Wizards’ front line got the best of Indiana’s in Game 1 (outrebounding the Pacers 53-36). “You know what, it was our night, but we’ll see what happens in the second game,” Gooden said. MICHAEL LEE (THE WASHINGTON POST )
More Barkley Love: Charles Barkley was one of the first national analysts entrenched on the Wizards’ bandwagon. He said they were the third-best team in the East in early February. Then, he was the rare pundit who picked the Wizards over the Bulls in the first round. So what’s next for Barkley? “The Wizards are gonna be in the Eastern Conference finals,” he said at halftime of Monday night’s Western Conference game. “Guaranteed.” On TNT’s postgame show, Barkley continued: “This team, they’re loaded. In the first round of the playoffs they had a different leading scorer in every [win]? That’s remarkable.” (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Kevin Durant has plenty of scoring titles. Now, he finally has an MVP trophy to go with them. The Oklahoma City Thunder star won the NBA’s top individual honor Tuesday, grabbing 119 ﬁrst-place votes. Miami’s LeBron James, who had won the last two MVP awards and four of the previous ﬁve, ﬁnished second with six ﬁrst-place votes and Blake Grifﬁn of the Los Angeles Clippers was third. Durant won his fourth scoring crown in ﬁve years this season by averaging 32 points per game. He helped the Thunder ﬁnish the regular season with a 59-23 record, second-best in the league, despite playing much of the season without three-time All-Star Russell Westbrook by his side because of a nagging knee injury. Durant’s run of 41 consecutive games this season with at least 25 points was the third-longest streak in NBA history. CLIFF BRUNT (AP)
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Humor With Heart I’ve always thought that the real Amy Schumer would be just like the one the comedian has created on stage and TV: brash, crass and a little mean. Her stand-up persona and the characters on her sketch show, “Inside Amy Schumer,” are so distinctive, it’s hard for me to see Schumer as a normal person, someone with fears and feelings, just like anyone else. It was, at least, until she gave a speech last week at the Gloria By Rudi Awards (the transcript Greenberg went viral on vulture .com). In a thoughtful, moving talk about self-confidence, Schumer, 32, recounts how she struggled with her body image in college, until a disastrous one-night stand made her snap out of it. She left that encounter “grateful for being introduced to my new self, a girl who got her value from within her.” The speech is the kind of relatable, personal moment that humanizes a comedian, like Stephen Colbert eulogizing his mother on-air, or Tig Notaro revealing to an audience that she has cancer. Now I know the real person inside Amy Schumer. “Inside Amy Schumer” airs at 10:30 p.m. Tuesdays on Comedy Central. Tickets are on sale for her Oct. 3 show at Baltimore’s Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric.
With ‘Sheezus,’ singer Lily Allen proves she’s not afraid to take shots at her own genre Album Review Before it was released, British pop singer Lily Allen’s first album in five years, “Sheezus,” had been the subject of several controversies. One involved the song “Insincerely Yours,” which lobbed insults at harmless British models Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn, and singer Rita Ora. “I don’t give a f--- about Delevingne/ Or that Rita girl/ About Jourdan Dunn,” Allen trilled pleasantly. “I don’t give a f--- about your Instagram/ About your lovely house or your ugly kids.” “Insincerely Yours” is a low point on “Sheezus,” which is otherwise a tar pit of thinly veiled insults, songs that evoke Vampire Weekend and the kind of pointed pop-cultural criticism that has long been Allen’s stock in trade. Allen is a modestly regarded musician and a world-class observer of modern culture and its discontents. When she retreated into semiretirement, she was one of a handful of artists making pop music about pop music. She has re-emerged into a world where such self-examination is commonplace, characterized by Lady Gaga’s musings on the nature of stardom, Kreayshawn’s skewering of conspicuous consumption and Kesha’s winking party rap. Allen name checks Lorde on her
Lily Allen lashes out at her pop peers in her latest album, “Sheezus.”
“I’m sick of explaining my lyrics to people, they’re pop songs, no more, no less. If you don’t get it or like it, look the other way. Simples” — LILY A LLEN, CALLING OUT HER HATERS IN A TWEET ON MAY 1
album’s sing-song title track. Rihanna, Katy Perry and Beyonce also are mentioned, all rivals whom she must vanquish. It’s of a piece with the album’s ﬁrst single, “Hard Out Here,” another examination of the unreasonable expectations placed on female pop singers. In the accompanying video, Allen’s barely clad black backup dancers twerk and pour champagne on each other’s backsides in slow motion. It was an insincere ﬁnger wag that objectiﬁes video girls to demonstrate how wrong it is to objectify video girls. It deserved every bit of criticism it got. “Sheezus” works best when it’s personal, when it plumbs the conflict between work and family. A sometimes uneasy ode to domesticity (“Staying home with you is better than sticking things up my nose,” Allen tells her husband), it’s also the most affecting pop album out now about marriage and new parenthood. ALLISON STEWART (THE WASHINGTON POST)
Spring Break Really Is Forever: Production company Wild Bunch has announced plans to make a sequel to 2013’s “Spring Breakers,” which starred Selena Gomez, left. Screen Daily reports “Spring Breakers: The Second Coming” will focus on coeds who come up against a militant Christian group that tries to convert them. Wild Bunch co-chief Vincent Maraval says the film will feature a mix of old and new cast members. (E XPRESS)
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is decidedly on the side of D.C. hoops in the “controversy” that brewed online over a now-resolved scheduling conﬂict. The singer’s Verizon Center show and a possible Game 6 of the second round of NBA playoffs were set to take place on the same night. Gaga’s May 15 show has been rescheduled for May 12.
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doesn’t have much hope for Fox’s upcoming Batman prequel series “Gotham” after watching the trailer released Monday. It will star Ben McKenzie as Detective Jim Gordon and explore the demise of Bruce Wayne’s hometown. Fox ordered 13 episodes and plans to premiere the new show this fall.
makes his own inferences from the National Zoo on Tuesday where four 9-week-old African lion cubs passed their swim reliability test despite not looking very happy about having to get in the water. The cubs also explored a yard in a nearby exhibit, all in advance of their public debut in June.
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Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is recovered three months after being stolen from a museum.
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Dean, However, She Wants To See Hurt in Many Ways Candy Spelling, left, mother of Tori Spelling and author of the new book “Candy at Last,” said Monday on NBC’s “Today” show that she watches her daughter’s reality show, “True Tori,” in which Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott try to salvage their marriage. “As a mom, you don’t want to see your children hurt in any way,” she said. “It’s painful for me to watch it.” (EXPRESS)
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Sarah Silverman and Michael Sheen made their first red-carpet appearance as a couple at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala on Monday night. “It doesn’t get more official than the Met Gala!” Us Weekly noted. In February, Us revealed that the couple were dating. They were seen holding hands in March. (EXPRESS)
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Prince no longer uses profanity. “Did you ever hear Muhammad Ali curse?” he asked in Essence, as quoted by People magazine. “Would you curse in front of your kids? To your mother? Marsha [Ambrosius], Lianne [La Havas], Janelle [Monae] … They’re all my sisters. We shouldn’t curse at them. We need to treat all of them, and all people, like royalty.” (EXPRESS)
Country music singer and “American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery was the victim Monday of an early morning home invasion in Raleigh, N.C. People at the home told police that three suspects armed with guns robbed them of wallets, cash and electronics. McCreery was there visiting friends. (AP)
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He Has a Fallback Job When ‘Mad Men’ Ends Jon Hamm was once a set dresser for soft-core-porn movies made for Cinemax, he revealed in Vanity Fair’s latest cover story. “It was soul-crushing,” he noted. This was in 1996, when he appeared on the episode of “The Big Date” that went viral last month. He then talked about how great “Mad Men” is: “This is the best job I’ve ever had and maybe ever will have in my life. … It can be relentlessly dark. It can be terribly sexually inappropriate, is a way to say it. But who else gets a chance to do any of that stuff?” (E XPRESS)
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