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M^Wj?j7bbC[Wdi Jon Huntsman’s departure leaves unanswered the overriding question of the Republican campaign: whether voters looking for a candidate more conservative than Mitt Romney will unite behind Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich or Rick Perry and send a strong challenger to compete against Romney in the Florida primary or beyond. Polls in South Carolina showed Romney in the lead, followed by Gingrich, with Santorum and Texas Rep. Ron Paul fighting for third. (AP)
9ebkcX_W"I$9$ Republican Jon Huntsman’s endorsement of Mitt Romney further cements Romney as the favorite in Saturday’s pivotal South Carolina primary, adding another name to the list of party figures calling him best able to beat Democratic President Obama. However, it leaves Romney’s more conservative rivals still ﬁghting with one another to emerge as his strongest challenger. And it prompted at least one backer of Texas Gov. Rick Perry to urge him to quit the race. Besides offering Romney his support, Huntsman also appealed for civility in a race that has become deﬁned by attack advertisements paid for by anonymous groups. “At its core, the Republican Party is a party of ideas, but the current toxic form of our political discourse does not help our cause,” he said, as televisions and telephones across the state hummed with attack messages. Huntsman’s endorsement offers little in the way of a campaign organization or bankable support to Romney. But it does add to the sense of inevitability the former Massachusetts governor has worked to portray in a state that has voted for the eventual GOP
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The new research appears in this week’s issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It offers more evidence that quality face-time with your tot is very important for speech development. It also begs the question of whether babies who turn out to have developmental disorders learn to speak the same way or whether they show differences that just might provide an early warning sign. Lewkowicz theorizes that there may be different patterns in children at risk of autism, something autism experts caution would be hard to prove. L AUR AN NEERGA ARD (AP)
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Babies don’t learn to talk just from hearing sounds. New research suggests they’re lip-readers, too. It happens during that magical stage when a baby’s babbling gradually changes from gibberish into syllables and eventually into that ﬁrst “mama” or “dada.” Florida scientists discovered that starting around age 6 months, babies begin shifting from the intent eye gaze of early infancy to studying mouths when people talk to them. “The baby in order to imitate you has to ﬁgure out how to shape their lips to make that particular sound they’re hearing,” explains developmental psychologist David Lewkowicz of Florida Atlantic University, who led the study being published Monday. “It’s an incredibly complex process.”
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High-Speed Rail Plans Sputtering FWbe7bje"9Wb_\$ Critics began panning the first leg of California’s futuristic high-speed rail network as a “train to nowhere” soon after officials decided to build it not in the major population centers of Los Angeles or San Francisco, but through the state’s Central Valley farming belt. Obama set a goal of providing 80 percent of Americans access to high-speed rail within 25 years. But rather than beginning in one of the state’s congested major cities, planners decided to build the ﬁrst phase of the project along a 130-mile stretch of the Central Valley — a rail line that runs from
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And the completion date for the 800-mile system has been pushed back from 2020 to 2033. Meanwhile, a recent poll indicated that public sentiment in California has turned against the project. “I feel like right now we are faced with two bad choices,” said state Sen. Joe Simitian, D-Calif., who chairs a key subcommittee overseeing high-speed rail spending. “One bad choice is to kill the whole project. But the other is to say, ‘Let’s spend $6.2 billion because we are being rushed into it because we could lose federal funding.’ ... We don’t want to end up making a $100 billion mistake.” MICHAEL A. FLETCHER
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S&P Cuts Credit Ratings Of 9 European Countries Standard & Poor’s swept the debt-ridden European continent with punishing credit downgrades Friday, stripping France of its coveted AAA status. Austria also lost its AAA status; Italy and Spain fell by two notches; and the ratings of Malta, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia and Portugal were cut. (AP)
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Reform leader Mohammed ElBaradei’s surprise pullout on Saturday from Egypt’s presidential race dealt another blow to the groups behind last year’s ouster of Hosni Mubarak after their defeat in the ballots and the military’s escalating crackdown. ElBaradei said a fair election will be impossible. (AP)
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have vowed to cut deficits and adopt more austerity measures if necessary. Wit h ever y drop in t he creditworthiness of its large euro partners, Germany finds itself in a lonelier position, and any increase of the eurozone’s bailout fund would primarily come out
Building Collapse Kills At Least 25, Officials Say Lebanese rescue workers pulled bodies from the rubble of a collapsed five-story residential building Monday, bringing the death toll to 25, officials said. The owner of the building was arrested Monday, a day after the building crumbled for unknown reasons, officials said. (AP) B7=EI"D?=;H?7
Government Partially Restores Gas Subsidies Labor unions ended a crippling nationwide strike Monday in Nigeria after President Goodluck Jonathan partially restored the subsidies that keep gasoline prices low, though it took soldiers deployed to stop protests. But the newly agreed price, about $2.27 a gallon, is still more expensive than the previous price, $1.70 per gallon. (AP)
The creditworthiness of Europe’s rescue fund, after Standard & Poor’s downgraded the fund Monday, putting its ability to raise cheap bailout money at risk. Still, Moody’s and Fitch, the other two big rating agencies, have it at AAA, meaning that it counts as a top-notch investment for most funds. (AP)
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One defining image of Europe’s two-year-old debt crisis is that of the French and German leaders, side by side presenting their latest strategy for the Continent. But the underlying message of t his image — former foes presenting a united front as the 17 countries that use the euro face their biggest crisis since World War II — may now be under threat. Standard & Poor’s downgrade on Friday of France’s creditworthiness to AA+ leaves Germany a s t he on l y l a r ge e u r o z one economy with an A A A rating, making it the country that will have to shoulder the currency union’s rescue efforts. France was the only top-rated country that, at least behind the scenes, had lobbied for more expansionary policies. Its fall f rom t he A A A club leaves it up to Luxembourg, Finland or the Netherlands to challenge Germany. However, S&P’s knockdown could just as easily force the region’s biggest economy into even closer
of German pockets. Eurobonds, where debt would be backed by all eurozone countries and is seen by many as the solution to the crisis, would mean higher funding costs for Berlin. But the alternative, a breakup of the euro, would be much more expensive, analysts warn. The German economy depends on exports, and the eurozone’s weaker members have helped ma ke German goods more competitive. GABRIELE STEINHAUSER (AP)
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Even before the latest clash with the court, the government was locked in a bitter conflict with the army over a secret memo sent to Washington last year aimed at stopping a supposed military coup. Since Pakistan was founded in 1947, no civilian government has ever completed a full five-year term before being toppled by a military coup or forced to call early elections. (AP)
he could serve up to six months in prison and be disqualified from holding ofﬁce. The country is already grappling with an ailing economy and an Islamist insurgency. The latest clash could also complicate U.S. efforts to get Pakistan to cooperate on the war in Afghanistan. The ruling boosted the sense that the administration could fall, squeezed between the court and Pakistan’s generals. Gilani warned both the judges and the army that they must protect democracy. “It cannot happen that they derail system,” said Gilani after a majority in parliament passed a resolution supporting the government. (AP)
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Service Marks Obamasâ€™ MLK Day President draws from Kingâ€™s famous speech to inspire volunteers
â€œThere is nobody who canâ€™t serve, nobody who canâ€™t help somebody else.â€? The inscription on the King memorial, located along the Tidal Basin, currently reads: â€œI was a drum major for justice, peace and righteousness.â€?
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President Obama evoked Martin Luther King Jr.â€™s own words about public service Monday as Obama and his family celebrated the life of the late civil rights leader with a volunteer project. The president, along with wife Michelle Obama and daughter Malia, joined other volunteers at Browne Education Center in Washington. During brief remarks, the president said there was no better way to honor King than to do something on behalf of others. He also acknowledged the controversy surrounding a quote on the new MLK memorial in Washington, which is being changed amid criticism that it did not accurately reďŹ‚ect Kingâ€™s words. â€œWhat he really said was all of us can be a drum major for service, all of us can be a drum major for justice,â€? Obama said.
Top: President Obama participates in a service project Monday in D.C. Bottom: Activist Dick Gregory, the Rev. Al Sharpton and D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray attend a ceremony at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial on Monday.
The phrase is modiďŹ ed from a sermon known as the â€œDrum Major Instinct,â€? which King delivered just two months before he was assassinated in 1968. After meeting with volunteers, the Obamas headed to the school library to help build bookshelves and a reading corner for students. The president and ďŹ rst lady were then put to work painting two King quotes on the libraryâ€™s walls. (AP)
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MLK Parade Returns to Holiday MWi^_d]jed Mondayâ€™s parade down Martin Luther King Avenue in Southeast Washington marked a homecoming of sorts, bringing back a tradition onlookers and participants said theyâ€™d missed for years. For the ďŹ rst time since 2004, the Districtâ€™s parade honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had groups joyously marching through the city on the same day as the national holiday remembering the civil rights leader. Previous parades had been moved to the spring for better weather or had been canceled, organizers said. But this year, the celebration made a comeback, with about 300
The Ballou marching band performs on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue Monday.
cheerleaders, musicians and others marching south along a twomile stretch of the avenue named for the slain leader. Thousands of people, ďŹ‚ocking into the city from Silver Spring, Clinton, Anne Arun-
del County and Baltimore, Md., watched on a chilly winter day ďŹ lled with sunshine. At Malcolm X and Martin Luther King avenues â€” a spot known for crime and violence â€” people tapped their feet to bands and police ofďŹ cers cracked smiles. Malaika Kennie, 34, of Southeast, brought her 9-year-old daughter to march with her school group. Kennie said having the parade on the King holiday made it more special. â€œYou can name a street after him, a monument, but having it on this day is long overdue,â€? Kennie said. â€œIt makes it more significant so that we will remember what he stood for.â€? DANA HEDGPETH (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Body Washes Ashore Near Annapolis Police in Maryland are investigating after a body washed ashore near Annapolis. Emergency officials were called to the 2200 block of Chesapeake Harbor Drive on Monday and found the body on the shore. Sgt. Art Windemuth of the Department of National Resources Police said the body had no ID. (AP) 7DD7FEB?I"C:$
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The Metro board’s finance committee wants to consider more options than those proposed by General Manager Richard Sarles to close a $116 million shortfall in the transit authority’s next budget. Sarles had proposed signiﬁcantly higher fares for people who use paper farecards; cutting day passes; and the elimination of a complicated surcharge for traveling during the system’s busiest times. Board members said Thursday they want to hear what the public has to say about those options. They also want input on a possible two-zone fare system and a 5-cent surcharge for travel through some popular stations. At its Jan. 26 meeting, the board will ﬁnalize what options it wants to put before the public at hearings in February and March. Any fare changes would likely go into effect in July. Sarles has proposed a $1.6 billion operating budget for fiscal 2013 that would raise rates on bus and rail by an average of about 5 percent. About $53 million of the $116 million needed to close the deﬁcit would come from local jurisdictions, while the rest would come from fare increases. Sarles has also proposed a capital budget of about $900 million. Ten of the board members have joined the panel since January 2011, and many wanted to throw a variety of ideas on the table. One was to privatize Metro’s parking facilities and look more closely at employ-
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C[Wdm^_b[$$$ The team of people responsible for representing Metro to the world is expanding with the recent hire of two people to fill existing vacancies. It’s the latest chapter in a period of severe turnover for the regional transit authority’s media team. Metro’s managing director of public relations, Lynn Bowersox, said the transit authority has hired Caroline Lukas, producer in the Washington bureau of Canadian Broadcasting. Lukas will be the media relations manager reporting to Metro’s chief spokesman and director of communications, Dan Stessel. Philip Stewart, who is a reporter for News Channel 8 and WJLA, will be a public information officer for Metro. (AP)
ee pensions. Metro makes 100 percent of the contributions, and the agency’s labor and pension beneﬁts account for $55 million of its expected cost increase for next ﬁscal year, ofﬁcials have said. Under the new plan, Metro would hire more than 1,000 people, which would cost $88 million in salaries and beneﬁts; $62 mil-
lion would come from the operating budget and the rest from the capital budget. The new spots would include 448 positions in safety and maintenance, plus hiring train operators, police ofﬁcers and station managers to help run the new Silver Line to Tysons Corner and the edge of Reston, Va. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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You’ve already sent the obligatory thank-you note, but what should you do with the unwanted electric toothbrush or desk trinket you received as a holiday present? That problem used to be fraught with guilt, says Tanisha Warner, spokeswoman for Regiftable.com, a site run by the financial-advice nonprofit Money Management International. “More and more people are regifting now to save money,” said Warner. “It promotes recycling and can be done thoughtfully year-round.” So here’s what to do with those unwanted holiday acquisitions.
H_\j?j According to a Consumer Reports shopping poll, 36 percent of Americans will re-gift an unwanted present this year. “It’s not a new concept and is losing its stigma during this economy,” Warner said.
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:edWj[?j Charities such as Capital Hospice, Goodwill of Greater Washington and even the National Zoo will take some of the extra stuff you have lying around your house.
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Know your charity: Make sure you’re donating to an organization that has tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service. For the list, visit Charitychoices.com. Know your worth: The IRS allows you to deduct the fair-market value, or actual worth, of an item. Follow the guidelines and remember that if the item isn’t new, it depreciates. K ATHERINE BOYLE (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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Shipwrecked After a cruise ship capsizes near Italy, officials look to prevent an oil spill Hec[ Italy’s cruise liner tragedy turned into an environmental crisis Monday, as rough seas battering the stricken mega-ship raised fears that fuel might leak into pristine waters off Tuscany that are part of a protected sanctuary for dolphins, porpoises and whales. T he s h ip ’s j a i le d c a p t a i n , meanwhile, lost the support of his Italian employer as he battled prosecutors' claims that he caused the deadly wreck and abandoned a sinking ship before its 4,200 passengers and crew had been evacuated. Waters that had remained calm for the ﬁrst three days of the rescue turned choppy Monday, shifting the wreckage of the Costa Concordia and suspending divers’ searches. Earlier, authorities said 16 people were unaccounted for, but an Italian Coast Guard ofﬁcial said late Monday
J^[9WfjW_d_dGk[ij_ed The captain of the cruise liner that ran aground off the Tuscan coast is facing accusations from officials and passengers that he abandoned ship before everyone was safely evacuated and was showing off when he steered the vessel far too close to shore. Costa Crociere chairman and CEO Pier Luigi Foschi didn’t respond directly to accusations against Francesco Schettino, but he suggested Schettino’s conduct wasn’t as bad in the hours of the evacuation as has been portrayed. Some reports have suggested the captain was drinking at the bar shortly before the accident. Schettino has insisted in an interview before his jailing that he stayed with the vessel to the end. (AP)
that 25 passengers and four crew members were missing. At least six people were killed. Italy’s environmental minister raised the alarm about a potential catastrophe if any of the 2,300 tons of fuel begins to leak into the waters off Giglio, which form part of the protected Tuscan archipelago. “At the moment there haven’t been any fuel leaks, but we have to intervene quickly to avoid an environmental disaster,” Corrado Clini told RAI state radio. Even before the accident, there had been mounting calls from environmentalists to restrict passage
of large ships in the area. The ship’s operator, Costa Crociere SpA, has enlisted Smit of Rotterdam, Netherlands, one of the world’s biggest salvagers, to handle the removal of the 1,000-foot cruise liner. A study could come as early as Tuesday on how to extract the fuel safely. Smit has a long history of dealing with wrecks and leaks, including refloating grounded bulk carriers and securing drilling platforms in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Capt. Francesco Schettino made an unauthorized deviation that caused the ship to crash into a reef and capsize Friday, the operator said.
M^Wj >Wff[d[Z The Concordia — a ship more than two-and-ahalf football fields long — was carrying more than 4,200 passengers and crew Friday night when it hit a reef off the Italian coast, flooded with water and listed to one side. At least six people died in the accident with another 29 unaccounted for, including two American passengers. Survivors described a terrifying escape that was straight out of a scene from “Titanic.” Many complained the crew didn’t give them good directions on how to evacuate and, once the emergency became clear, delayed lowering the lifeboats until the ship was listing too heavily for all to be released. “We were left to ourselves,” pregnant French passenger Isabelle Mougin, who injured her ankle in the scramble, told the ANSA news agency. (AP)
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The navigational “ﬂy by” of Giglio was apparently made as a favor to the chief waiter, who is from the tiny island and whose parents live there, local media reported. A judge will decide Tuesday whether Schettino should remain jailed. “We are struck by the unscrupulousness of the reckless maneuver that the commander of the Costa Concordia made near the island of Giglio,” prosecutor Francesco Verusio said. “It was inexcusable.” (AP)
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Ifehji make the playoffs in all four of his NFL seasons. In great part, Flacco has been along for the ride as opposed to driving the vehicle the way Brady does. He also doesn’t have nearly the talent to throw to, with the exception of running back Ray Rice, who led the NFL with 2,068 total yards. His offensive line is spotty. For Baltimore to reach its ﬁrst Super Bowl since 2001 — oh, yeah, the QB then was Trent Dilfer, and Flacco is a far better player than
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Lords of the Rings Another NFL title is within reach for Pats’ Brady and Giants’ Manning Fhe<eejXWbb The playoffs have a way of bringing out the pedigree in NFL quarterbacks. Simply take a look at the fingers of Tom Brady and Eli Manning to recognize it. Brady has three Super Bowl rings, with another taken away by Manning and the Giants in 2008. Both have their teams on course for a reprise of that memorable title game. Standing in their way are two inconsistent QBs seeking to ﬁll out their own championship resumes: Joe Flacco of Baltimore and Alex Smith of San Francisco. Based on their histories and
the way they have performed this season, Brady and Manning overmatch Flacco and Smith. When things have gotten tight for New England or New York, the quarterback often has provided the winning edge. “The team revolves around him,” Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez said of Brady. “When he comes to play, which he mostly does every game, then we’re going to be on ﬁre, and when he’s ready, we’re all ready.” Ditto for Manning. Even when the Giants hit a four-game slide that jeopardized making the playoffs, he stood out. “He’s just been great,” said receiver Victor Cruz, who had
Jek]^[ijJ[ij The New England Patriots were back at team meetings on Monday as they get ready to face Baltimore and its dominant defense in Sunday’s AFC championship game. Two years ago, the Ravens beat the Patriots 33-14 in a wild-card playoff game at Foxborough. But current players say that doesn’t matter now. Tom Brady said Monday on WEEI radio that the Ravens are the toughest team the Patriots will have faced all season. Baltimore advanced with a 20-13 win at home on Sunday over the Houston Texans and is 9-0 at home this season but just 4-4 on the road. (AP)
a breakout season with Manning throwing to him. “He understands the defense; he understands what we can see on every single down and every single coverage,and he’s just making the right reads and really hitting people when the time is right.” The time certainly is right. For a decade, it’s been Brady time once New Year’s Day hits. In early 2008, it also was Manning time. It is again. For now, Smith and Flacco can only wonder whether they have what it takes to grab the ring. Something of a surprise ﬁrstround draft choice in 2008 out of Delaware, Flacco helped the Ravens
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Dilfer was — some of Brady has to rub off on Flacco. Smith ﬁnally has become comfortable in San Francisco, thanks to new coach Jim Harbaugh’s guidance and conﬁdence in the seven-year veteran. The 49ers are efﬁcient on offense with a strong running game behind Frank Gore, and a tight end, Vernon Davis, who displayed all his skills in a sensational playoff debut against New Orleans. To expect Smith to trade throws with Saints star Drew Brees was unthinkable, yet there he was, making clutch pass after clutch pass in the late stages of Saturday’s thrilling win. If he’s capable of a similar performance against the Giants, it would enhance San Francisco’s chances immeasurably. “He deserves all this,” Gore said of Smith’s revival. “He’s had some tough times. But I always believed he could play at this level. We have the right people leading us. And he’s got the right people leading him.” BARRY WILNER (AP)
Tim Tebow will enter training camp as the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback for 2012. The team sought to curb the circus that’s sure to surround Tebow this off-season by declaring him the incumbent at a season-ending news conference Monday. John Elway, a Hall of Famer who rejoined the team a year ago as chief of football operations, has pledged to work with Tebow this off-season to polish his passing game. Tebow took over a 1-4 team in October and guided the Broncos to their first playoff berth since 2005. (AP)
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Wiz Hit High Point in Loss Washington reaches century mark, but record falls to 1-12
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third-straight game. Washington fell to 1-12 despite its highest point total of the season. Jordan Crawford had 17 points. After the Rockets took a 19-point lead late in the third quarter, Washington closed to 101-96 on Wall’s jumper with 4:47 to play. Wall scored 18 in the fourth quarter.
JaVale McGee scored the ﬁrst two baskets of the second half to tie it at 58. That’s when Houston pulled away, making it 83-64 with 3:56 left in the third quarter. One of the few Wizards’ highlights came when McGee tossed the ball off the backboard during a breakaway and dunked. (AP)
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Will These Caps Rise to the Top? Back in ﬁrst place, team’s fortunes may hinge on 3 players
Capitals fans with their fingers on the panic button can relax. Sunday’s win over the Carolina Hurricanes put Washington back on top of the Southeast Division, with the team overtaking the Florida Panthers. To stay on top, certain players must prolong their recent surges into the second half of the season. Here are three players the Capitals (who face the New York Islanders on Tuesday) will rely on down the stretch.
W hen t he Caps signed the 37-yearold defenseman this summer, General Manager George McPhee hoped his veteran presence would be a boon to the Caps’ blue line. So far, the Czech hasn’t lived up to his billing with a minus-three rating. But a recent turnaround has begun. Since a 5-1 loss to Philadelphia on Dec. 13, Hamrlik has yet to ﬁnish a game with a minus rating. With Mike Green set for abdominal surgery that will sideline him four to six weeks, the Caps need all the help they can get on defense.
Ovechkin is notorious for starting slow and then turning into a machinegun-like scorer in the second half of the season, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Ovi is once again leading the team in scoring. However, Ovechkin’s sevengame point streak and 18 total goals are just part of what he needs to bring in the second half. Now it’s all about whether Ovi can ﬁnd the balance between offense and defense that old coach Bruce Boudreau could never instill in him.
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=k_d[WF_]rJh_fb[:Wh[ “The Biggest Loser: Calorie Knock-Out” ($15, Lionsgate) features three 15-minute circuits — each with a different trainer and gimmick. Bob Harper builds from a strength exercise to an explosive move to a yoga pose; Dolvett Quince takes on the Tabata protocol (perform an exercise all-out for 20 seconds, rest 10 seconds and repeat eight times); and Anna Kournikova attempts to teach cardio kickboxing (and proves why she’s not on the show again this season).
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Mehaekj0Because 39-year-old Tara Cooksey has arthritis, she’s often wary about how exercise will affect her joints. “Lifting weights is too rough for me,” she says. But at her first Barre3 class last week, she managed to get her muscles working without her body complaining — although several times, Cooksey felt the shaking that barre workouts are known for, especially when she was seated, leaning back on a squishy ball and twisting to target her obliques. It’s a tough but doable routine, no matter your ﬁtness level, Warren says. “My mom is in her late 70s, and she can be in the same class as a competitive triathlete,” she says. As students become more advanced, they can go deeper into the movements and up the weights to stay challenged.
At the new Barre3 studio in Georgetown, students learn to rely on the ballet barre as a prop that’ll keep them from falling over when doing yoga poses or other exercises.
=[jj^[8WbWdY[H_]^j To build a better body from front to back, you can lean on Georgetown’s Barre3 There are three main things you need to know about Barre3. It’s a ballet-inspired fitness program. Madonna does it. And, now that the first Washington location has opened, so can you.
M^Wj?j?i0Developed by Sadie Lincoln, who runs the Barre3 empire from her flagship studios in Portland, Ore., the program fuses Pilates, yoga and ballet barre exercises. That description probably sounds familiar if you’ve taken any of the other barre fitness classes in town, but Lincoln’s
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method has a few distinguishing features. Most notably, students are never directed to tuck their pelvises during movements. “You don’t live here,” says Jill Warren, who owns the new Georgetown location, while demonstrating how unnatural it is to hold a tucked position. “Everything in Barre3 is about finding balance in the front body and back body.” To see another Barre3 signature, just look down. Georgetown’s two studio spaces — one that maxes out
at 21 students and a cozier room that’s designed for groups of 10 or fewer — both have cork ﬂooring. The material’s more cushiony than hard wood and not as slippery.
Cel[i0 Although the Barre3 repertoire is varied enough to ensure that every class is different, regulars will get accustomed to the sequence. “It’s always work, stretch, work, stretch,” says studio manager/ instructor Leeanne Cress. And plenty of that stretching
will look familiar to yogis. “We call it sneaky yoga,” Warren says. “We think of the ballet barre as a prop, like a yoga block.” So grabbing the barre with both hands, keeping your torso horizontal to the ground and lifting a leg is “Warrior 3,” but it’s much easier to hold the position than it would be on a mat. You can also do tons more chaturanga push-ups when leaning on the barre. As with most barre ﬁtness classes, you can expect to sculpt your legs and “seat” (barre-speak for butt) with tons of pulsing plies. You’ll also lift light dumbbells (1 to 3 pounds) for high reps to target your arms. The most intense section is the core work, which lasts 15 to 18 minutes and borrows heavily from Pilates.
9hemZ0Women tend to want to live out their ballet dreams more than men do. (Not that you need to have any tutu experience to follow along.) During the day, many of the ladies packing the studio are moms. So to cater to busy parents, Barre3 also offers child care ($5 per session) in a nook off of the lounge. That’s an amenity that’s tough to find even at large gyms in Washington. “We wanted to make it accessible and welcoming,” Warren says. In the coming months, she hopes to build the community by reaching out to running and cycling groups using the Capital Crescent Trail, which ends practically outside her front door at the Georgetown Waterfront Park. Maybe they could use some sneaky yoga — or at least a shower. VICK Y HALLET T (E XPRESS) 1000 Wisconsin Ave. NW.; introductory special is three classes for $45; 202-450-3905, Barre3.com/george town.
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Meet The Trainer Chauncey Graham Certiﬁed Personal Trainer Ballston Gold’s Gym
Chauncey’s love for health and ﬁtness blossomed at an early age when he began playing football. He just recently ﬁnished his football career at the NCAA Division I level, playing all 4 years at North Carolina State University, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Chauncey has a very strong knowledge of ﬁtness and nutrition, and loves helping people with their personal ﬁtness goals inside and outside the gym.
I’m HUGELY jealous of my younger sister. I would never admit that to her, of course. Instead, I am a pretty big jerk to her and don’t let her get close. She already has her life together in a way I feel like I never will. She’s wanted to have a real relationship with me for a long time, but I don’t know how to get past my feelings of anger. MEAN BIG SIS
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I am engaged, with a 6-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. I do not want my fiance’s mother to be part of my child’s life. She smokes and curses constantly, and has made some racist remarks. She thinks she will step into the role of grandma, but I don’t think she’s fit to be around my child or future children. My daughter already has two loving grandmothers. How do I keep this one out? GROS SED OUT What’s missing here is what your ﬁance — the soon-to-be-stepfather of your child — has to say about all this. Because it’s simply not fair (we’re talking fraudulent-Kardashian-marriage unfair) for you to wed with secret plans to push his mother away afterward. In fact, it’s probably unrealistic and potentially problematic to boycott her com-
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pletely; you want to aim not for a wholesale condemnation of her being (though she sounds like a peach!), but rather speciﬁc boundaries about her behaviors. So she still gets to be Grandma, but cigarettes are for outside; “shoot” and “fudge” need to become part of her vocabulary; and any racist remarks will end the visit for the day.
This is one of the most honest letters I’ve gotten in a long time. You’ve already done so much of the work by allowing yourself to recognize the dynamic that’s at play. If you’re ready to do more, write her a letter. You need not bare all, but give her a hint of your vulnerability and your hope for the future. (“I know I don’t always give back what you put in; I struggle with your success sometimes, but it’s something I want to work on, and it doesn’t make me love you any less.”) Then take the small steps: a 15-minute phone call; a funny email that doesn’t involve a forward; an earnest “How are you?” that waits for a real answer. And realize two things: that her life is probably not as easy as it seems, and that a therapist could really help if the anger refuses to budge.
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Magic Number No one seems to know what’s behind the major proliferation of CrossFit gyms along 14th Street. But once CrossFit Metro Center (Crossfitmetrocenter.com) opens for business, there will be five facilities dedicated to forging elite fitness either on or within one block of a four-mile stretch of the street. Joe Freeman, of CrossFit Praxis, says there’s been talk of planning a “box crawl” along this CrossFit corridor. It’ll be like a bar crawl, except participants will exercise at each stop. V.H.
D.C.’s two newest CrossFit facilities show off what they’ve done with the place There’s a reason CrossFit gyms are called “boxes.” That’s what they normally look like — sparsely decorated warehouses stocked with an assortment of weight plates, ropes and kettlebells. But Washington’s two newest CrossFit facilities are trying to think outside the box when it comes to developing an identity.
9heii<_jFhWn_i Talk about the next big thing. This place has two separate CrossFit spaces, each with 22-foot ceilings, which leaves plenty of room for ropes and rings to hang. The larger studio boasts a 50-foot-long pull-up bar that accommodated 19 athletes simultaneously during the gym’s November opening. “And you can really do sprints in here,” says head coach Joe Freeman. That’s just the ground floor. The plan is to turn the entire 26,000-square-foot building — which was used over the summer
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Performing walking lunges across the floor of the vast CrossFit Praxis takes quite a bit longer than it would at other gyms.
to host Vitaminwater Uncapped Live, a pop-up music and arts festival — into a health and wellness hub centered around CrossFit. Large locker rooms are going in on the second ﬂoor, where they may be joined by a cycling studio and yoga room. At the top level, there’s space to set up ofﬁces for physical therapists, massage therapists, accupuncturists and other body-
work professionals. Also, there’s a patio, where they’ll soon start outdoor training. “It’s an amazing facility that will allow you to do anything,” Freeman says. Prices are $135 to $249 per month, depending on how often you want to do the WOD, or Workout of the Day. If you just want a taste, Praxis also offers a free class every Saturday at 11 a.m.
5509 14th St. NW; Secondwindtraining.com If you’re training for the CrossFit Games, look elsewhere. This weekold facility in Brightwood is geared to newcomers. Owner Steve Dolge built up a following with his outdoor boot camps, and is now transitioning
É>[o"8WXo"Oe]WC[WdiKd_edÊ Sick of dating online? Try dating in alignment instead. Kelly DiNardo, owner of Mount Pleasant’s Past Tense Studio (3253 Mount Pleasant St. NW; 202-462-9642; Pasttensestudio.com), thinks people could meet their match on the mats. “I’ve found a yoga studio is a place that fosters community. People make friends in class. Why not take it to the next level?” she says.
Singles can loosen up with a class before the mingling begins
When someone in half moon pose hits you in the eye, that might be YogAmore.
Singles of all levels are invited to attend YogAmore at 8 p.m. on Friday, an hour-long class followed by a mingling session with snacks, drinks and games designed to break the ice. Both parts will be led by Jeffrey Platts, a relationship and dating coach who moonlights as a yoga instructor. He’s made a name for himself in Washington by organizing several unusual social events, including eye-gazing parties, which resemble speed dating, except you just stare into the other person’s pupils for two minutes without saying a word.
his mostly female clientele — many of whom have never done a pullup — to CrossFit. “We’re accessible to everyone,” says Dolge, who explains it’s possible to modify any WOD exercise. He’s still offering his boot campstyle classes on Saturday mornings, only now, his clients are protected from the elements (and have bathrooms with showers to use to clean up after class). Dolge also offers triathlon coaching. Membership is $145 for visiting twice a week, or $175 for unlimited workouts. It’s $20 to drop-in. VICK Y HALLET T (E XPRESS)
Stretching and strengthening, he says, could be just the thing to get into the mood for love. “Yoga allows you to connect with yourself. That’s the ﬁrst step in any relationship,” he says. He’s planning a romantic playlist, and a practice with several heart-opening poses. The studio hopes to keep the genders balanced, so if an attendee brings a friend of the opposite sex, they’ll both get $5 off the cost of admission (a single class is $15). And even if participants don’t feel sparks with anyone in the room, they’ll at least have an invigorating start to the weekend. “Our hope is that people always love their experiences at the studio,” DiNardo says. V.H.
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Help your face battle winter (and summer) weather with fruits, vegetables and oils
duce a golden skin color. Just as they give carrots their orange hue, carotenoids act as a skin pigment for you, too. The study showed that people prefer the golden skin color produced from carotenoids to a suntan.
Unless you’re wearing a ski mask, your face takes the brunt of winter weather no matter how well you’re bundled up. We came up with a list of foods that can get your skin back to that healthy, summer look — sans the harmful UV rays.
free radicals (that come about from sun or stress) that prey on your skin’s collagen.
High-quality oils — olive, safflower — contain essential fatty acids that help your skin hold moisture in. Switch from butter to a tablespoon of olive oil when cooking, or try using it as a salad dressing.
Lycopene — the antioxidant that helps make tomatoes red — can also keep you from getting red. As an antioxidant, it’s capable of fighting free radicals caused by UV rays. In one study, people who ate 5 tablespoons of tomato paste a day had 33 percent more protection from sunburn than those who consumed none.
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G7 For its fourth season on Bravo, “Tabatha’s Salon Takeover” has a new name: “Tabatha Takes Over.” Australian hair stylist Tabatha Coffey, 44, is not only improving failed salons; she’s tackling other sorts of businesses: On Tuesday at 10 p.m., she’ll visit a gay bar. Also coming up: a yogurt shop whose yogurt-making machine was so loud that, Coffey reports, “it deafened me.” You’ve said you don’t like being called a bitch. But on this season’s ﬁrst episode (which aired Jan. 10), you referred to yourself as a bitch.
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thing, but it isn’t. It’s everywhere now. I know it sounds really trite, but [work ethic] starts at a young age. My mother made sure I was up and dressed and ready for school and uniform pressed because you just didn’t go late. [An employee might say] “I’m only ﬁve minutes late,” but I don’t care if it’s a minute, three, ﬁve or 20. It’s late.
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Ohhh, wouldn’t that be fun? What would you change?
In this day and age, my fellow gays and I should have the right to get married. Tell us about Tuesday’s episode, when you “take over” a gay bar.
Ripples was the ﬁrst gay dance club in Long Beach, Calif., and its owners were coming up on their 40th anniversary. They were still running their bar with an old-school mentality, driving customers away. They charged a cover just to go in and have a drink, which is crazy. It’s a bar; it’s not a nightclub. They refused to give you tap water and charged $3.50 for water.
You often work with people who have a lazy work ethic. Is that a peculiarly American thing?
Many of the staffers you work with seem to ﬁnd you intimidating.
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I t hink you w ill be happy when you watch the episode.
I’d love to say it’s an American
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JecehhembWdZ0 After Jon Hamm, left, broke news of “Mad Men’s” premiere date last month on the “Doug Loves Movies” podcast, AMC confirmed Saturday that the series’ long-awaited fifth season will open with a twohour movie on March 25. Creator Matthew Weiner hasn’t revealed any plot details, but at a press event over the weekend, he teased that “a couple of [themes] have emerged ... one [being], ‘It’s every man for himself.’” (E XPRESS)
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From left: Marion Cotillard, Alison Pill and Owen Wilson appear on the set of “Midnight in Paris” with Woody Allen. The 41st film directed by Allen, “Paris” was a surprise box office hit and could garner several Academy Award nominations for the filmmaker.
EdWd;l[dA[[b Woody Allen doesn’t feel the effects of his latest career revival F[hiedWb_j_[i The chimes may have tolled midnight in Paris, but in Hollywood, it’s the dawn of another career revival for Woody Allen after his biggest hit in decades and a new round of awards. How much will the success of “Midnight in Paris” change the filmmaker’s career? Not one bit, Allen says. In nearly 45 years of alternating between toast of the town and yesterday’s news, Allen has barely deviated from a simple formula: Make a movie a year on an economical budget and avoid the show business baubles — counting box-ofﬁce grosses, obsessing over reviews, glad-
handing for awards — that would distract from his routine. “I’ve managed to avoid over decades the hit-flop syndrome,” Allen says. “I’ve just sort of existed since 1968 making ﬁlms kind of on a low ﬂame, burning on a low ﬂame. And that’s ﬁne, because the fun for me is to make the picture.” By the time the romantic fantasy “Midnight in Paris” began packing theaters last summer, Allen was on to the next ﬁlm, preparing to shoot the comedy “Nero Fiddled” in Rome. But his love letter to Paris was charming critics and fans like no Allen ﬁlm had done in ages. A clever romp examining people’s perpetual discontent with modern times, the ﬁlm stars Owen Wilson as an American writer whose yearning for the 1920s Paris of Hemingway and Fitzgerald gives him a chance to spend some quality time with his idols.
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?dj^[Hkdd_d]0 Hulu will stream its first original scripted series next month, a political comedy that will debut during the real-life Republican presidential primary. Hulu’s new show “Battleground,” starring Jay Hayden, left, is a mockumentary chronicling the inner workings of a Democratic primary campaign for a U.S. Senate seat in Wisconsin. It was created by J.D. Walsh, an actor who worked for John Kerry during a political campaign. “Battleground” premieres Feb. 14. (AP)
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WALDORF—$2100, 5 BR, 2.5 BA, 2 car gar, 2709 Whistling Ct: DW, deck, pub transp, W/W cpt & hw flrs, W/D, frplc, eat-in-ktchn. 240-418-3912 WALDORF - Freshly painted. 3BR, 2.5BA TH. Close to St. Charles Town Center. $1,750. Please Call 301-642-8153
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ALEXADNRIA, VA - Furnished room near Fort Belvoir. W/D, off st prkg, bus & metro. Utilities included.$165/week.M pref N/S. 703-929-8183 ARLINGTON/COURT HOUSE/ BALLSTON, VA Available now. Furnished room. $950. Int./cable Short term negotiable or Long Term 703-522-0722 ARLINGTONN. - 5 minutesto DC.Closeto East Falls Church Metro. 1 room available. Share SFH. N/P Call 703-863-2359 or 703-582-0251 CAP HGHTS- 2 blk metro. Cable/internet, W/D, fireplace, inclds all util. $340/bi-wkly + dep. 301-706-7162 CAPITALHEIGHTS,MD - Prof applicant, Room for rent,1 person,pvt Bath & shr kit. $685 util incl. 301-502-6581 CAPITOL HILL - Roommates needed, $1000 per Bedroom. in 3 bedroom 1 bath . Historic row-hse near Union Station. Call 201-313-6633 CHANTILLY, VA - 1 room available with Full BA, separate entrance. Share kitchen. Close to shopping center.$600. Avail Feb 1st. Call 540-326-2690 Fair Oaks—$700, Mstr br in 2 br, 2 ba, condo for rent, Penderbrook, near GMU, rt 66&50, 703-6156726
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“Remember that? Back in 2008, Mike Singletary famously said he couldn’t play, win or coach with Vernon Davis. Can’t do it. 3+ years later, things have changed dramatically in San Francisco. In fact, the 49ers couldn’t have won WITHOUT him yesterday.” — FANIQ.COM feels good for Davis, the D.C. native who caught a game-winning touchdown for the 49ers Sunday. Singletary, a former 49ers coach, once said about Davis that he “cannot play with him, cannot win with him, cannot coach with him.”
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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) The depth of your personal knowledge is likely to confuse someone who is up against you at this time. Keep up the good work! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Youâ€™ll only be able to tackle the dayâ€™s duties one at a time; trying to multitask can only complicate matters. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Youâ€™re not one to put the cart before the horse â€” usually. Today, however, you run the risk of seeing things the wrong side around. ARIES (March 21-April 19) It may be time to up the ante a bit in order to see what your competitors are really capable of â€” but donâ€™t be overly aggressive or foolhardy. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) The more inviting you can be, the better â€” especially when you are in a situation that others find uncomfortable.
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Ashton Kutcher taunted a hacker who broke into his Twitter and Foursquare accounts over the weekend. Kutcher tweeted late Sunday (the tweets have been removed): “Ok mr hacker, you only made one mistake. You hacked my Foursquare and I now know your address. Whoops...This is gonna be fun.” He also posted a map showing the hacker’s location. (EXPRESS) “And I just didn’t like the person I was becoming, you know? I did what anyone would. No one should fault me. Gravy?”
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Why You Shouldn’t Block Gossip Sites In the Workplace According to Radaronline.com, JP Morgan Chase has been trying to serve foreclosure papers to O.J. Simpson at his home to be foreclosed upon — and has repeatedly failed, because Simpson has been in prison since 2008. Simpson reportedly owes nearly $725,000. (E XPRESS)
On Sunday’s episode of “Kourtney and Kim Take New York,” Kim Kardashian revealed doubts about her marriage to Kris Humphries, during a conversation with sister Khloe Kardshian. “I’m just so unhappy in life, and I don’t like who I am in this marriage,” Kim Kardashian said. “I don’t like who I am to him, to myself. My gut and my heart is telling me I did this too fast and I’m embarrassed. I got caught up in the fairy tale of it, and I’m not happy.” She continued, “I’m embarrassed that I let my own issues and relationship get in the way.” (E XPRESS)
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