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Rick Perry salutes Thursday after announcing he was suspending his campaign and endorsing Newt Gingrich in North Charleston, S.C.
Day of GOP Upheaval Ahead of S.C. debate, Perry drops out, backs Gingrich as ‘visionary’ Dehj^9^Whb[ijed"I$9$ The race for the Republican presidential nomination is veering toward South Carolina surreal. Mitt Romney was stripped of his Iowa caucus victory Thursday, then was stung by Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s withdrawal and endorsement of Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker who was stunningly accused in turn by
an ex-wife of seeking an open marriage so he could keep his mistress. “Newt’s not perfect, but who among us is?” said Perry, quitting the race shortly before an evening debate and less than 48 hours before the polls open in Saturday’s ﬁrst-in-the-South primary. Perry also called Gingrich a “conservative visionary who can transform our country.” His decision to end a once-promising candidacy left Romney, Gingrich, former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum and Texas Rep. Ron Paul the remaining contenders in the race to pick a Republican to challeng Demo-
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cratic President Obama this fall. It also set off a scramble among the remaining contenders for the allegiance of his supporters and donors, both in the state and nationally. Recent polls, coupled with Perry’s endorsement, suggested Gingrich was the candidate with the momentum and Romney the one struggling to
In an up-and-down campaign day, Newt Gingrich picked up an endorsement Thursday from Rick Perry but also faced explosive accusations from his second ex-wife, Marianne Gingrich, left, that he had asked her for permission to have an “open marriage” after she learned he was having an affair with Callista Bisek, who is now his wife. Responding to excerpts from Marianne Gingrich’s interview, Newt Gingrich’s spokesman R.C. Hammond said the revelations “couldn’t be any more opposite of the truth.” The interview was set to air Thursday night on ABC News. (AP)
validate his standing as front-runner. Whatever else the impact, the day’s events reduced the number of conservatives vying to emerge as Romney’s principal alternative. The former Massachusetts governor had other challenges in a state, where unemployment approaches 10 percent. He adamantly refused to explain why some of his millions were invested in the Cayman Islands, how much was there or whether any other funds were held offshore. Under pressure from his rivals to release his income tax returns before the weekend — a demand ﬁrst made by Perry in a debate on Monday — Romney told reporters it wouldn’t happen. “You’ll hear more about that. April,” he said. DAVID ESPO (AP)
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Five days before a critical vote, senators are abandoning an anti-piracy bill they had supported after an outpouring of online opposition to tinkering with Internet freedoms. Senate Democratic leaders still plan to vote next Tuesday on taking up the Protect International Propert y Act and suppor ters The number were scrambling of people who to make changsigned Googleâ€™s es before then to petition that answer some of said SOPA and the critics, but it PIPA would censor the Web. was questionable whether they had the 60 votes needed. Half-a-dozen of the 40 original co-sponsors of what is known as the
<[ZiI^kj:emdCWkfbeWZ$Yec One of the worldâ€™s largest file-sharing sites was shut down Thursday, and its founder and several executives were charged with violating piracy laws, federal prosecutors said. An indictment accuses Megaupload.com of costing copyright holders more than $500 million in lost revenue from pirated films and other content. The indictment was unsealed one day after websites including Wikipedia and Craigslist shut down in protest of two congressional proposals intended to thwart online piracy. (AP)
PIPA bill withdrew their support Wednesday amid a one-day protest blackout by Wikipedia and other Web giants and a ďŹ‚ood of emails to Capitol Hill ofďŹ ces that at times doubled normal volumes. â€œThe overwhelming input Iâ€™ve received from New Hampshire citizens makes it clear there are many legitimate concerns that deserve further consideration before Congress moves forward with this legislation,â€? said Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., one of the senators who pulled back her support of the bill. The Senate bill, and the parallel Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in
the House, would allow the Justice Department and copyright holders to seek court orders against foreign websites that steal from American content creators. It would bar advertising networks and payment facilitators such as credit card companies from doing business with the offending websites. The bills have the strong support of the entertainment industry, which loses billions every year to foreign copyright violators and from industries such as pharmaceuticals battling fake and sometimes harmful alternatives sold on the Internet. JIM ABR AMS (AP)
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Hostess Defends Italian Captain
Cruise leader saved lives after ship hit a reef, woman says
Ceh[J^Wd=k_Z[b_d[i Seafaring tradition holds that the captain should be last to leave a sinking ship. But is it realistic? Seamen have expressed near-universal outrage at Capt. Francesco Schettino, who is accused of abandoning his sinking cruise ship off the Tuscan coast and could face up to 12 years in prison. A captain’s responsibilities are laid out in the International Safety Management Code, though it doesn’t say when a captain can leave a stricken ship. The tradition of a captain standing by his ship isn’t established in international maritime law, though some countries, including Italy, have included it in national laws. (AP)
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Blast at NATO Base Kills 7 Civilians, Officials Say A suicide attacker set off a vehicle laden with explosives Thursday outside a gate at a sprawling base for U.S. and NATO operations, killing seven civilians in a second suicide bombing in as many days in southern Afghanistan, officials said. The coalition said no NATO troops were killed. (AP)
A young Moldovan woman who says she was called to the bridge of the stricken Costa Concordia to help evacuate Russian passengers defended the embattled captain on Thursday, saying he worked tirelessly and “saved over 3,000 lives.” Domnica Cemortan, 25, who says she was translating Capt. Francesco Schettino’s orders during the frenzied evacuation, has emerged as a potential new witness in the investigation into the
ofﬁcer’s actions the night the ship ran aground. Schettino is under house arrest, facing possible charges of manslaughter, abandoning ship and causing a shipwreck after he made an unauthorized detour from the programmed route that caused the vessel to slam into a reef and cap-
size off the Tuscan island of Giglio. At least 11 people were killed and 21 are missing. In interviews with Moldovan media and on her own Facebook page, Cemortan, who had worked as a hostess for the Italian cruise operator, said she was called up to translate evacuation instructions
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Report: Quake Injures 100 in Northeastern Iran An earthquake of moderate strength caused damage and injured 100 people Thursday in the Iranian city of Neyshabour, Iran’s state TV reported. Rescue teams were still at work in the area late Thursday after the magnitude-5.5 quake jolted the city of 220,000 located about 550 miles northeast of Tehran. (AP)
Chief Urges Countries To Check IDs Via Interpol Interpol’s chief sounded an alarm Thursday that countries are still failing to check identity documents against its database — a warning that comes just months ahead of the Summer Olympics. Ron Noble said about 500 million people out of the 1.1 billion travelers last year were not checked against the international police agency database, which is one of the world’s most detailed. (AP)
for Russian passengers. She defended Schettino and crew members against criticism of a chaotic evacuation, saying they saved thousands of lives. “He did a great thing; he saved over 3,000 lives,” she told Moldova’s Jurnal TV. She said Schettino had stayed on deck until 11:50 p.m., when he ordered her into a lifeboat; the ship hit the reef at 9:45 p.m. Meanwhile, divers searched for the missing Thursday after a daylong break, and a new audiotape of the doomed vessel’s ﬁrst communications with maritime authorities showed the ship’s ofﬁcers continued to report only an electrical problem for more than 30 minutes after hitting the reef. (AP)
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J^[dkcX[he\f[efb[" including actor Jude Law and soccer player Ashley Cole, that Rupert Murdoch’s media empire apologized to and agreed to provide payouts to Thursday for being subject to phone-hacking. It’s the largest group of settlements yet in the scandal, which has shaken Murdoch’s News Group Newspapers and Britain’s political, police and media establishments. (AP)
Syrian forces have pulled back from the embattled town of Zabadani, activists and witnesses said Thursday, but at least 16 people were killed by security forces elsewhere as a monthlong Arab League factfinding mission expired. Arab League foreign ministers will consider extending the League’s observer mission in Syria in a meeting Sunday in Cairo, ofﬁcials said Thursday. Observers will remain in Syria until a decision is made, they said. The mission has been mired in controversy, with the opposition claiming it served as a cover for the regime to continue its brutal crackdown against protesters. The 10-month uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad has turned increasingly militarized as more regime opponents arm themselves and ﬁght back. (AP)
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Massive Protest Grips Romania 8kY^Wh[ij"HecWd_W Thousands of Romanians marched through their capital on Thursday to demand the resignation of their government for imposing harsh austerity measures in order to receive international loans for the nation’s battered economy. It was one of the largest protests in recent times in Bucharest and came after a week of sometimes violent anti-government demonstrations.
As the march reached University Square, protesters blocked trafﬁc and shouted what has become a trademark slogan aimed at President Traian Basescu: “Get out, you miserable dog.” The square is historically signiﬁcant for Romanians because it was a centerpiece of the 1989 anti-communist revolution that led to Romania’s birth of democracy. Police said 7,000 attended the rally, while organizers claimed the crowd was far larger. (AP)
Children wait to receive rations Thursday at a refugee camp in Mogadishu, Somalia.
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Six months after the U.N. declared Somalia’s capital a famine zone, the number of refugees in the capital is dwindling, as most of the men have gone home to try to revive devastated herds and withered crops. The women, and kids, would like to join them, but many don’t have enough money. That means fewer hands on the farm and a smaller harvest. Seasonal rains have fallen in recent weeks, raising hopes the drought will improve. “We can go back and feed ourselves without depending on anybody,” said Halima Mohammed Abdulla, a mother of ﬁve who has been living for ﬁve months in a Mogadishu refugee camp, where hardship, and danger, remain.
8WYaijeho The U.N. on July 20 declared parts of Somalia a famine zone — defined as when hunger daily kills two adults or four kids per 10,000 people and a third of children are acutely malnourished — and later expanded it. Britain says between 50,000 and 100,000 people have since died. (AP)
U.N. personnel say six explosive devices have been found or detonated in Mogadishu in recent days, including a blast Thursday near a refugee camp that killed two police ofﬁcers and four refugees. Dangers also remain in the countryside. One refugee, Halima Haji Mohammed Omar, said she does not want to return home because of militants. “How can I go back? There is no reason to back when there is still a war,” she said. “They beat us; they conscripted our children.” (AP)
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Metro Theft Alleged 2 workers face charges of taking thousands in cash from the agency MWi^_d]jed Metro employee Horace McDade typically spent his days traveling from one subway station to another, collecting bills and coins from fare machines. Usually, Transit Police ofﬁcer Vincent Haile was nearby, watching over McDade as he made his rounds and trucked the cash to a collection facilit y in Alexandria. But aut horities allege that the two men have Haile been taking an unofﬁcial detour, driving to a spot under the Capital Beltway a few hundred ya rds from the collection building and McDade hiding part of the day’s take. When their shift was done, they would return in their own cars and make off with the money. On Wednesday night, federal authorities arrested the two and charged them with conspiring to commit theft. Surveillance tapes and a conﬁdential source revealed that Haile used bags of the collected coins to buy lottery tickets, according to an afﬁdavit ﬁled in U.S. District Court. He often hit the jackpot, collecting close to $63,000 in lottery winnings over the past four years. A fe der a l jud ge re le a se d McDade, 58, of Bowie, Md., and Haile, 54, of Woodbridge, Va., with no bond after they made their initial appearance Thursday. A status
J^[Fkhfehj[ZFbej The pair systematically worked rail stations on all five of Metro’s rail lines and would use a transit authority van to carry cash to the collection facility, according to officials involved in the case who were not authorized to speak publicly. Investigators found that Transit Police Officer Vincent Haile would often switch his security assignment with other police officers so he could work with Horace McDade. Once finished with their shifts, the affidavit says, the two would ride through a parking lot at a Marriott Courtyard hotel on Eisenhower Avenue to an underpass and hide bags of money. When they got off work, each man would return separately — Haile in a gray Jaguar and McDade in a green Ford — to get their stashed cash and go their separate ways. Investigators placed tracking devices on their cars and the Metro van. The underpass is located about a quarter-mile from Metro’s revenue collection facility and is in the opposite direction of Haile’s route to his Woodbridge, Va., home, authorities said. (T WP)
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conference is set for Monday. If convicted, McDade and Haile face a maximum penalty of ﬁve years in prison. It was unclear how much money may have been stolen. Prosecutors say that Haile’s bank records show unexplained cash deposits of more than $150,000 since 2008, and the investigation is ongoing. The FBI was first tipped off to the alleged scheme in September when it learned about a man in a police uniform who routinely purchased several hundred dollars’ worth of scratch-off lottery tickets from a Woodbridge store, according to the afﬁdavit ﬁled by Metro Transit Police Capt. Kevin P. Gaddis. A source told agents that the
ofﬁcer had been coming in for about three years, at ﬁrst with “what he could hold in his hands” — about 50 to 100 coins — and later bringing in bags containing about $500 in change, the afﬁdavit says. The source said Haile spent $13,050 in October, $7,780 in November and $7,350 in December. Haile was pretty good at winning: Records from the Virginia Lottery show Haile won $32,000 last year, $17,000 in 2010, $8,400 in 2009 and $5,400 in 2008, according to the afﬁdavit. The document said an informant told ofﬁcials Haile had also cashed winning tickets for less than $600. Records aren’t required for the lesser amounts.
(.A The amount, in bills and coins, that Vincent Haile used to buy lottery tickets between October and December, according to an affidavit filed in federal court. (T WP)
Metro chief spokesman Dan Stessel said Thursday that the two men had been suspended without pay and that their jobs with Metro were “pending termination.” McDade had worked for Metro since February 1979. Haile had worked for the Metro Transit Police department since August 1997. The supervisor of the revenue facility in Alexandria has also “been relieved of his duties,” according to a Metro press release. Metro Transit Police Chief Michael Taborn is expected to conduct a “top-to-bottom assessment of all policies and procedures” involving ofﬁcers assigned to the revenue collection unit, of f ic i a l s sa id. D A N A H E D G P E T H (THE WASHINGTON POST )
EJ>;HFBEJI The two arrests made this week don’t mark the first time Metro employees have been accused of stealing cash. In 2004, Metro switched from allowing patrons to pay with cash at its parking facilities to requiring they use electronic SmarTrip cards after an investigation found cashiers hired by a contractor stole millions of dollars in revenue over several years. Metro General Manager Richard Sarles said the transit agency’s chief financial officer will “immediately bring in forensic accountants to conduct a thorough review of control systems and management over revenue systems to fully understand how wrongdoing occurred and to implement tighter detection systems.” (T WP)
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Free shuttle buses will replace trains between Bethesda and Grosvenor. The Medical Center station will be closed. Workers will be replacing track circuits along the line. The transit authority says trains will operate on a normal weekend schedule between Shady Grove and Grosvenor, and between Bethesda and Glenmont. But riders passing through the work zone should expect delays of about 20 minutes on their normal travel times. On Fr iday night, t he last Glenmont-bound train to operate before work begins will leave Shady Grove at 9:43 p.m. and Bethesda at 10 p.m. The last Shady Grove-bound
train will leave Glenmont at 9:05 p.m. and Bethesda at 9:50 p.m. The last Red Line train from Shady Grove will leave 15 minutes earlier than usual, at 2:15 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. (That’s the night-owl service from Friday and Saturday nights.) The last train on Sunday night will leave at 11:15.
M EhWd][B_d[ Trains will share a track between East Falls Church and West Falls Church, and between StadiumArmory and Cheverly. Trains are scheduled to leave the ends of the line at Vienna and New Carrollton every 24 minutes. Metro says service will be
coordinated with the Blue Line to provide trains every 12 minutes at stations from Rosslyn to StadiumArmory, the tunnel segment used by both the Orange and Blue lines.
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McDonnell Seeks to Keep Ban on Uranium Mining V irginia Gov. Bob McDonnell asked the 2012 General Assembly on Thursday to leave in place the state’s 30-year ban on McDonnell uranium mining while state agencies figure out how to regulate it and do a comprehensive on-site analysis of the nation’s largest known deposits of the radioactive ore, in Pittsylvania County. (AP) <H;:;H?9A"C:$
Shoulder Use Sought To Ease I-270 Congestion Some Frederick County officials say commuters should be allowed to drive on the shoulders of Interstate 270 to ease rush-hour traffic jams. The Frederick News-Post reported Thursday that Frederick city Alderwoman Carol Krimm and city transportation planner Tim Davis recent made the suggestion to the Frederick Area Committee for Transportation. (AP)
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Monument to Remain Closed Until 2013 Complex repair job is in planning stage, Mall officials say MWi^_d]jed Repair of the earthquake-damaged Washington Monument will be a complex project that could require some kind of external scaffolding as well as months of work that will probably keep the monument closed until 2013. National Park Service ofﬁcials detailed some preliminary work plans Thursday as they announced a private donation of $7.5 million toward the project. The federal government is paying the rest of the estimated $15 million tab. The 555-foot-tall monument has been closed since the magnitude-5.8 earthquake struck the area Aug. 23. Bob Vogel, superintendent of the National Mall and Memorial Parks, said at a news conference Thursday that the Park Service has awarded a contract for the planning phase of the job. The company of Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, which used
workers suspended on ropes to conduct the exterior inspection of the monument after the quake, already is designing the plan, Vogel said. The contract for the execution of the repairs will probably not be awarded until late summer, with work starting after that.
The number of people who visit the 550-foot-tall Washington Monument receives annually. (T WP)
“This is a complex job,” he said. “This is a one-of-a-kind structure that poses challenges for repair that other buildings don’t.” Park ofﬁcials said they were not sure whether the monument would remain closed the whole time, but Vogel said that was likely. The news conference was called to mark the donation to the monument by David M. Rubenstein, a billionaire Bethesda philanthropist. “I would suggest that [the monument] hadn’t even stopped shaking before David Rubenstein came to me and asked if
8WYaijeho The Washington Monument shook violently during the magnitude-5.8 earthquake on Aug. 23, especially near the top, and many of its stone blocks were cracked and chipped on both the interior and exterior. In the weeks after the quake, workers rappelled down from the top to inspect the damage. What they found included cracks up to 1 1/4 inches wide in the mortar and stone of structure’s pyramid-shaped top, the worst of the damage. (T WP)
he could help,” said Jonathan B. Jarvis, director of the National Park Service. Rubenstein, 62, is co-founder and managing director of the Carlyle Group, a global assetmanagement firm that handles $148 billion in assets, according to its website. He also is chairman of Washington’s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where he is the single largest donor in its history, with gifts totaling $25 million. Forbes magazine estimates his worth at $2.7 billion. Rubenstein said he has been fortunate in life and wants to donate to worthy causes. “I don’t want my executor to give it all away,” he said. “I’d like to have the pleasure of giving away to things that I think are good while I’m alive. The country’s been wonderful to me. The city’s been wonderful to me and my family.” MICHAEL E. RUANE (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Police ID Suspect in Robbing of 84-Year-Old Woman Bill Would OK search to track her down, authori- County police spokesman, said Sunday Hunting MWi^_d]jed ties said Thursday. investigators are exploring whether Prince George’s County police have identified the woman they say used three young children in an elaborate ruse to rob an 84-year-old woman of several thousand dollars and have launched an extensive
Police have obtained a warrant charging Linda McCorkle, 48, of Chillum, Md., with armed robbery and second-degree assault in the Jan. 12 incident, authorities said. Julie Parker, a Prince George’s
McCorkle might have been involved in similar crimes, but they have found no evidence of that so far. She said they also are working to determine who the other woman and children were. (THE WASHINGTON POST )
:[lej[Zje9^khY^_bb0 A group seeking to preserve the legacy of Winston Churchill announced plans Thursday to create the first U.S. research center devoted to the longtime British leader. The new National Churchill Library and Center will be established between 2013 and 2015 at George Washington University with an $8 million pledge from the Chicago-based Churchill Centre. The gift will create endowments to support a professor and a curator position for the center. (AP)
H_Y^cedZ"LW$ Legislation that would reverse Virginia’s ban on Sunday hunting has advanced to the Senate on an overwhelming vote by the Agriculture, Commerce and Natural Resources Committee. Two bills, consolidated into one, would allow hunting on Sundays on private land. Sen. Ralph Northam of Norfolk said the government had no right telling Virginians what they could do on their private land. (AP)
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&'$(&$(&'( The lowly Wizards have a modest goal: Win two games in a row | '*
Ray Lewis, above, and Ed Reed have spent 11 seasons together with the Ravens, making one big play after another for a defense that is perennially among the best in the NFL. How long have they stayed atop their game? Ravens rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith was 8 when Ray Lewis played his first game for Baltimore in 1996. (AP)
The Capitals face the Hurricanes on Friday and rival Penguins on Sunday.
7 P.M. The Capitals visit the Carolina Hurricanes. CSN 7 P.M. Can the Wizards make it two in a row when they host the Denver Nuggets? CSN+ 8 P.M. Both Los Angeles teams are in action as the Lakers visit the Orlando Magic and the Clippers host the Minnesota Timberwolves. ESPN 9 P.M., 3 A.M. (SAT.) The third round of the Australian Open. ESPN2
IWjkhZWo NOON Georgetown seeks a win in the Big East when it plays Rutgers. MASN 2 P.M. American tips off against Army’s basketball team. CSN 4 P.M. George Mason hosts Towson in a CAA hoops game. CSN 9 P.M. Maryland faces Temple in a non-league game. ESPNU
IkdZWo 10:30 A.M. Manchester United visits Arsenal in the Premier League. Fox 12:30 P.M. The Capitals face off against the Pittsburgh Penguins in front of a national TV audience. NBC 1 P.M. The Wizards host the struggling Boston Celtics. CSN 3 P.M. The Ravens and Patriots kick off with a spot in the Super Bowl on the line. CBS 6:30 P.M. The New York Giants hope to upset the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC title game. Fox
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is 4-1 lifetime against the Ravens heading into Sunday’s AFC title game in Foxborough, Mass.
Best of Enemies Ravens, Brady share admiration ahead of the AFC title game Fhe<eejXWbb The Baltimore Ravens’ defense intends to spend much of Sunday afternoon harassing New England quarterback Tom Brady and burying him in the pocket. Until that time, the game plan evidently is to smother him with praise. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs got into a shouting match with Brady in 2009 after the quarterback appeared to be demanding a penalty ﬂag for a late hit. More recently, Suggs suggested that Brady’s two Super Bowl wins were
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“questionable” and that he continues to receive preferential treatment from ofﬁcials. Suggs abandoned the grudge Wednesday. “There is no beef,” he insisted.
“I guess the genesis of that, it was the incident in ’09 where I almost hit him below the waist. I’ve gotten over it. There’s where it all started, but you grow and mature. As you all can clearly see, I am not the same guy I was back in ’09. I am deﬁnitely 20 pounds lighter, too.” The Ravens have plenty of reasons to respect Brady. The cold facts
are that he threw six touchdown passes last week in a 45-10 rout of Denver and is 4-1 lifetime against Baltimore — the lone loss coming in the 2008 playoffs. In four regularseason games against Baltimore, Brady has helped the Patriots generate 24, 27, 27 and 23 points. No wonder Ray Lewis has this to say about Sunday’s opponent: “You’re talking about arguably one of the two best quarterbacks of all time.” Brady, similarly, has decided it’s wiser to say nice things about the Ravens than to give them added incentive to come after him Sunday. “I have a lot of respect for them and their ability to play and perform under pressure,” Brady said. “They’ve been in the playoffs the last four years, and they’ve won playoff games in the last four years. They’re a tough team. What goes on off the ﬁeld and the comments that guys make really has no bearing or impact on this game, nor will it. A lot of my focus and attention is on what I need to do to be at my best this week for my teammates. Hopefully, we go out there and play our best game.” DAVID GINSBURG (AP)
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Reliving a Classic Playoff Game Giants-49ers contest rekindles memories from top NFL rivalry
C[cehWXb[=Wc[i The Niners got the better of the Giants, 38-24, after the 1981 season in the first playoff game of the Bill Walsh era, one week before Dwight Clark made “The Catch.”
Fhe<eejXWbb Erik Howard’s memories of the play remain vivid more than two decades later. The former Giant will never forget ﬁghting through blockers to knock the ball out of Roger Craig’s hands, forcing the fumble that helped lead New York to its second Super Bowl title and ended the San Francisco 49ers’ quest for a thirdstraight championship.
The playoff run to San Francisco’s second title after the 1984 season also started with a win over the Giants, 21-10.
The Giants eliminated the 49ers in the wild-card round with a 17-3 win after the 1985 season and then launched their own Super Bowl run with a division-round win over San Francisco the next year.
“The thing I remember the most was the silence was deafening in the crowd,” Howard said. “The Super Bowl was in their grasp. Then to all of a sudden have a turnover at that stage of the game and it’s over.” That play from the NFC Championship game on Jan. 20, 1991, is among the most famous between the teams and is one of many being recalled leading into Sunday’s conference title game. But it is far from the only postseason moment the teams share. The Giants and 49ers met six times in the playoffs between the 1981 and ’94 seasons, with the victor going on to win the Super Bowl in four of those cases.
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Giants QB Jeff Hostetler avoids a sack against the 49ers in the 1991 NFC title game.
The rivalry featured Hall of Fame players such as Joe Montana, Jerry Rice and Ronnie Lott for San Francisco, and Lawrence Taylor and Harry Carson for the Giants. There were great plays and memorable moments through the years, but the most famous came in the only previous conference championship game between these teams. San Francisco led 13-9 early in the fourth quarter before Leonard Marshall knocked out Montana with a crushing hit from behind. Gary Rea-
sons then had a 30-yard run on a fake punt to set up Matt Bahr’s fourth ﬁeld goal to make it 13-12. The 49ers just needed to run out the clock to seal the win. But on a ﬁrst-and-10 from the Giants’ 40 with less than three minutes to go, Craig ran up the middle, and Howard shed his blockers and got his helmet on the ball. It popped loose and Taylor recovered at the New York 43 with 2:36 to go. Seven plays later, Bahr kicked a 43-yard ﬁeld goal as time expired, sending the Giants to a Super Bowl
The 49ers beat the Giants 44-3 after the 1993 season in what proved to be the final career game for Phil Simms and Lawrence Taylor.
In January 2003 — the only postseason since their stretch of earlier matchups — the 49ers fell behind the Giants 38-14 late in the third quarter. But Jeff Garcia and Terrell Owens led San Francisco on an epic comeback for a 39-38 win.
they won 20-19 over Buffalo. Lott and Craig also left after that season and by the time the 49ers won their ﬁfth Super Bowl title following the 1994 season, it was a very different roster. “It was kind of the end of that era to a certain degree,” former Niners offensive lineman Guy McIntyre said. JOSH DUBOW (AP)
Kiper: Redskins May Be Out of Luck in Picking a QB in the Draft J^[H[Zia_di The NFL draft is still roughly three months away, but with the EastWest Shrine game taking place this week, and the Senior Bowl next week, and the NFL combine a month from now, the buzz has gotten under way. ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. released his ﬁrst mock draft on
Wednesday, and on Thursday, hosted a conference call and offered his opinion on the early projections. The Redskins currently hold the sixth overall pick, and Kiper believes that the team will have a tough time getting a much-needed franchise quarterback at that pick. Stanford’s Andrew Luck is a shoo-in for the ﬁrst pick, and Kiper believes Baylor quarterback Robert
Grifﬁn III will go anywhere from second to fourth. Unless the Redskins are able to trade up to get Grifﬁn before Cleveland (the next QB-needy team after Indianapolis), Kiper predicts that Mike Shanahan & co. would draft for need and take LSU’s Morris Claiborne. The 6-foot, 185-pound Claiborne last season recorded six interceptions
and 51 tackles for LSU and could help bolster a Redskins secondary that recorded only 10 interceptions. “There’s no other quarterback after [Grifﬁn] to even consider in the early to mid-ﬁrst round,” Kiper said. “Claiborne, to me, it’s a need area. It’s a kid that has a high grade. ... Other guys I was considering [for Washington], I feel, will be off the board.” (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Let’s Root, Root, Root for the Ravens There was a time not so long ago that Washingtonians of my age group openly cheered for the Baltimore Orioles. The Nationals were still the Expos, and there wasn’t much hope — or even a great desire among children of the ’80s — for a pro baseball team to come to D.C. While I’m glad to root for a true hometown team now, it may 8oCWjj be time to take a page Im[died out of the past with another sport. That’s right — Redskins fans ought to think long and hard about cheering for the Ravens. Not just on Sunday, when the Ravens face the Patriots in the AFC Championship, but in general.
?Êcdejik]][ij_d] Wdoed[fkbbW9Wfj$ IY^[jj_deWdZ `kcfi^_fedj^[ H[Zia_di$ I’m not suggesting anyone pull a Capt. Schettino and jump ship on the Redskins. But it could be healthy for Redskins fans to open their hearts to the team up Interstate 95. The teams are so different that should be easy. One is always playing in January; the other peaks in March. The Ravens have had only three coaches since their start in 1996; the Redskins have won three playoff games since 1993. Making it more convenient, the teams play in the regular season only once every four years. So there’s little conflicting interest. Loyalty, schmoyalty. Redskins fans deserve a winner — so let’s adopt the Ravens. To reach Matt Swenson, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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8bWjY^[8hki^[ie\\j^[8eei Wizards forward Andray Blatche returned to the starting lineup after a five-game, injury-and-form-induced hiatus on Wednesday and was welcomed by a chorus of boos from the Wizards faithful at Verizon Center. But Blatche turned those boos to cheers with his effort against the Thunder, putting up a 12-point, 10-rebound outing while holding Kendrick Perkins scoreless. A.C.
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time,” said Wall, who is averaging 27.3 points in his past three games. “It gives us a good opportunity to push the ball up the court.” After the Wizards’ tilt with Denver, they’ll look to end their ﬁve-game homestand on a high note Sunday afternoon against the Boston Celtics — the third meeting between the two clubs in the past three weeks. “They set the bar,” Saunders said of his team’s improved play. “They’ve proven how they can play. Now there can’t be any excuse for not trying to play up to that level every time you step on the ﬂoor.” AVI CREDITOR
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Maybe, just maybe, the Wizards are turning a corner. On the heels of an inspired fourth-quarter comeback effort that came up short against Houston on Monday, the Wizards notched their second win of the season Wednesday night, at the expense of the team that held the NBA’s best record, the Oklahoma City Thunder. With a game against the highoctane Denver Nuggets at Verizon Center Friday night, the Wizards have a simple task: Keep riding the momentum. “They’re a different challenge, a very good basketball team,” Wizards coach Flip Saunders said of the Nuggets. “They’re probably the best running team in the league. Their guards are very dynamic.
John Wall, left, celebrates during the Wizards’ win over the Thunder on Wednesday.
“We just have to try and carry over from Oklahoma City into the Denver game and not worry as much about what they’re doing but more what we’re doing.” Something Saunders might turn
to against the run-and-gun Nuggets (10-5) is a smaller, three-guard lineup featuring John Wall, Nick Young and Jordan Crawford. That trio proved highly effective against the Thunder when shar-
ing the ﬂoor, combining for 68 of Washington’s 105 points. Defensively, Young rose to the challenge to frustrate Kevin Durant at times, while the ball-handling capabilities of all three make for a cleaner offensive set. The Wizards committed just ﬁve turnovers in the second half, when the threesome was featured more heavily. “You’ve got three guys who can attack and create at the same
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EX_jkWho J[hfiC[dÊi>eefi Of the 15 basketball players on Maryland’s roster, only one, Sean Mosley, is in his fourth year with the program. For that reason alone, he’s the team’s undisputed leader, even though he’s fallen short of the lofty expectations placed on him when he was a freshman. Mosley arrived as the secondleading scorer in Maryland high school history after starting for four years at Baltimore’s St. Frances Academy, where he was named 2008 Gatorade high school player of the year. But in College Park, despite occasional ﬂourishes, he has drawn criticism for his passivity on
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Sean Mosley has battled criticism about being too passive in his time at Maryland.
the offensive end of the court. He achieved his status as leader on the team somewhat by attrition: Everyone else was gone. And yet Mosley’s maturity and calm have proved an antidote for this year’s youthful and often reckless squad. “I have played with some great players here. Greivis [Vasquez],
Landon [Milbourne] and Eric Hayes all talked the entire practice, and I learned from them,” he said. “It’s carried over. Hopefully, the other guys can pick up some things from me to help us win.” Mosley’s clutch play late in the second halves of the Terrapins’ two ACC victories this season helped
Maryland (12-5, 2-2) fend off late runs by Wake Forest and Georgia Tech. In those games, Mosley was aggressive offensively, scoring 15 and 18 points, respectively. In Tuesday’s loss to Florida State, however, Mosley attempted only three shots from the ﬁeld and ﬁnished with three points in a 14-point loss. Mosley will need to ﬁnd consistency for the difﬁcult stretch ahead. On Saturday, the Terrapins travel to face an erratic Temple team, which earlier this month upset then-No. 3 Duke and followed that with a 10-point loss to Dayton at home. Mosley knows it’s his team — inside the locker room and on the court — and welcomes the responsibility. “I’ve had great times here, and this last year, it’s going to be real special,” he said. DEREK TURNER
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it. That’s as vegan as it gets, and it was one of the most horrific things I’ve ever consumed.
Is there anything you won’t eat again? No. I’m always curious to eat things again. I tried durian [a fruit grown in Southeast Asia] 14 times in every possible concoction before I found
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Whether he’s downing codfish ice cream in Puerto Rico or rooster testicle soup in Taiwan, “Bizarre Foods” host Andrew Zimmern never seems to have a boring meal. For the Travel Channel series’ sixth season, premiering Monday at 10 p.m., the Minnesota native stays stateside, sampling the odd and unusual foods of America in cities such as Austin, Texas; Boston; San Diego; and Seattle.
to go down to a rural part of America that lives closer to the way that we did 150 years ago than any other state in the union.
How do you decide which bizarre foods to include on the show? I like to take a place in the world and explore it. Then, I start to use food stories to make our case for what makes that city, town or people special. For example, I didn’t find food stories first for [the “Bizarre Foods America” episode in] West Virginia; I knew I wanted
Is there such a thing as a bizarre vegetarian or vegan food? There’s something in Ethiopia called enset, which is the root of a certain type of palm tree. It’s pounded for hours to a pulp, wrapped in a cloth, buried in the ground and left to rot for three months. Then they make a very heavy, nutrient-rich bread from
What did you do in West Virginia? I went squirrel hunting with people who still hunt at night for their breakfast and in the morning for their dinner. These people have a skill set that’s much greater than yours and mine put together.
someone who cooked it the way I liked it. It was in D.C., last year at the Indonesian Embassy. The chef made a hot spicy chili sambal [sauce] with fermented durian in it as an accompaniment to a roast pork dish, and it was fantastic. What non-bizarre foods do you eat in your free time? Last night I had roast chicken, rice pilaf and a cucumber-bib lettuce salad. Pretty standard. How often do you taste things on camera and not like them? We don’t cut anything. The network is actually upset with me that I like things too much. Believe me, if there were anything that I didn’t like, it would be highlighted. You’re now in a Toyota Camry commercial with Kelly Clarkson. What was it like to film that? Fantastic. [“Inside the Actor’s Studio” host] James Lipton, [ESPN sportscaster] Chris Berman, Kelly Clarkson and I, we’re just all cut from a different cloth, which is the point of the commercial: What are these people doing in the car together? K ATIE ABERBACH (E XPRESS)
;l[dj>eh_pedrImWfW^eb_Yi7dedoceki Bring a bag of your chic-but-unwanted clothes to Nana, then trade them with other stylistas for a new-yet-cheap wardrobe. Tickets $20 (Must be purchased in advance at Eventbrite.com/event/2760700329). Drop off your sack of goodies Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m., then return at 4 p.m. to swap. Nana, 3068 Mt. Pleasant St. NW; 202-667-6955.
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We’re just three weeks into the new year, and I’ve got the doldrums. Maybe it’s the weather; maybe it’s the let down after the holidays; maybe it’s that I’m stuck in a nowhere job. But whatever the reason, I need a pick-meup. Can you find a shoe to get me out of this funk? — AMANDA
Floating Gardens A LACK OF COUNTER SPACE or greenhouse
access no longer means you can push off that “grow more stuff inside” resolution. Bosske’s Sky Planters (right, $109 for three, Bosske.com, other styles from $30 each) let you suspend herbs, orchids and other small plants from the ceiling or balcony roof. The ceramic or plastic vessels contain little discs that hold dirt and plants in; an internal reservoir system keeps them watered even when you’re shirking green-thumb duty.
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menting with lip shades beyond TV Anchor Pinky Beige? Too much brown makes blondes vampiric; rosy hues give olive-skinned girls a bizarre glow. Clinique’s latest range of Almost Lipstick shades ($10, make-up counters) combats “I stole RuPaul’s makeup kit” syndrome with subtly dramatic, nearly see-through hues like Flirty Honey (a nice coral).
Manolo says, it is the statistical fact that the third Tuesday in January is the saddest day of the calendar, the single day of the year when you are most likely to be down in the dumps.
Top Drawers GUYS FAVOR “Naughty Physician Assistant” teddies for Valentine’s Day; chicks dig pretty-yet-practical underthings. That’s why it’s good news that Old Town panty-PJ temple Bloomers just opened a branch in Shirlington (4150 Campbell Ave.; 571-970-4756). Styles sexy enough to be seen by gentlemen yet comfy enough for the ladies include Hanky Panky lace thongs, above; Mary Green’s bright knit cami and boy-short sets; and PJ Salvage’s cool printed sleepwear.
Lounge Wizard IT’D BE HARD TO MAKE ROOM for a hammock in a D.C. studio apartment,
and if you tacked one up in your group house, your roommates may not appreciate you literally hanging around inside. Innit’s Acapulco chairs, (right, $398-$478), just in at Homebody (715 8th St. SE; 202-544-8445), also boast a lazy, pour-me-a-margarita vibe with a smaller footprint. Made of vinyl cord wrapped around steel, the comfy seats come in Mayan-bright colors, too.
Pop Sugar IN THE PAST, popcorn and cookies were two separate snacks. Trader Joe’s new Kettle Corn Cookies ($4, Trader Joe’s) merge the buttery baked goods with the salty caramel-y goodness of the kernels you buy in Ocean City et al. They’re less sweet than you’d think and quite crispy, meaning the cookies work equally well dunked in a venti latte or doled out to well-behaved small children.
Now is not just the middle of the winter, but the exact time when the Christmas credit card bills begin to arrive, reminding you of your profligacy in buying your father that goldplated nose-hair trimmer. $199.95! What were you thinking? Worse, it is around the beginning of the third week of January when your ambitious New Year’s resolutions start to fall by the side of the road, like the crumpled receipt for your unused gym membership, blown from the window of the leased Lexus. “I’ve lost four and a half pounds on the Low Carb-Cabbage Soup/Maple Syrup/Grapefruit Cleansing Diet,” you said to yourself as you stepped off the scale this morning. “Time for a celebratory doughnut! What is required now to ease the pain is shoes: colorful, ridiculous, happy shoes such as these yellow, daisy-print, platform sandals from RED Valentino ($450, Saksfifthavenue.com). Ayyyy! They are so cheery! Ask the Manolo a question at email@example.com. Visit the Manolo at shoeblogs.com.
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Our styles editor builds a dream dressing room after moving to a house with — eeek! — no closets
The average size of a closet in a modern U.S. home? A healthy 6 feet by 8 feet, which just might be enough space for my admittedly large collection of shoes (gulp, maybe 100 pairs), new cocktail dresses and vintage coats, with at least a corner left over for my husband’s stuff.
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But the Jazz Age builders of our 1921 rowhouse didn’t have a time machine to see what future buyers might like — or any inkling of what clotheshorses Americans in general, and I speciﬁcally, would become. Which explains why, though the Mount Pleasant abode we bought last spring came with many charms (a breezy porch, crown moldings, honeyed antique ﬂoors), it lacked any reasonable amount of closet space. As in, over 1,800 square feet and two ﬂoors, there were two measly, 3-foot-wide closets — perhaps enough rack room for a 12-year-old boy who wears the same snowboard shirt every day. Why did our new-old house have such puny closets, and why weren’t there more of them? Did the ﬂappers and gangsters — or, more likely, Harding-era government drones — who had ﬁrst lived here wear the same outﬁts every day? “People didn’t have as many clothes,” says Toronto fashion historian Jonathan Walford. “Most people stored what they had in trunks or armoires. Closets were just for hanging wool coats.”
— A NN A K A HOE , CO-OWNER OF GOODWOOD, WHO TURNED THE BASEMENT OF HER LAST HOUSE INTO A GLAMOROUS DRESSING ROOM.
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Express’ styles editor turned an otherwise useless room into a spacious closet.
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ABBY GREENAWALT PHOTOS
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After debating ordering closet parts online and doing it all myself, I decided the oddness of the space (a radiator in one corner, a wonky, 1-foot-wide closet ﬁlled with HVAC pipes in another) meant I needed pros. I splurged on Arlington’s Eco-nize (Eco-nize.com), which, for a little less than $2,000, crafted me ashy-gray wooden shelving units with hanging bars, spots for shoes and bag cubbies. (To save money and DIY, try Easyclosets.com or John Louis Home, a wooden system sold on Amazon.com). Eco-nize measured the room (and counted my shoes!), then came back a few weeks later to noisily install the “closet.” The resulting dressing room’s new shelves soared close to the 10-foot ceiling, giving me enough storage to ﬁnally start unpacking. At Le Blanc’s urging, I organized everything — bars of skirts, shelves of pumps — by color. “That helps you know what you’ve got, and can mean you’ll purge more and shop less,” she said.
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So I decided that, since I didn’t really have a closet, I’d build one. Project Dressing Room began. Like many 75-plus-yearold houses in D.C., our pad has what I call Uncle Fester’s Room, a weeny, rather useless space ﬁt only for a tiny kid or a weird relative. Ours, just across from the master bedroom, measures 8 by 10 — enough for all my clothes and then some. At first, I envisioned filling the room ﬂoor to ceiling with hanging bars. But that would have blocked off the little rectangle’s door and window, making it more prison cell than chick cave. “You want it to be like a little department store,” said Anna Kahoe, coowner of GoodWood (1428 U St. NW; 202986-3640), who turned the basement of her last house into a glam space of clothing racks and mirrors. “It’ll prolong the joy you get from shopping and help you see more of your clothes.”
IkZZ[dbo"j^[h[mWi X_d#\h[["c[ii#\h[[ p[dm^[h[j^[h[ ^WZX[[dY^Wei$ Sure enough, I found I had 27 black blazers, enough to outﬁt the Rolling Stones for several reunion tours. A few got dropped off at Goodwill (sorry, Mick!). Jewelry went into neat, velvet-lined drawers; my tights and ﬂats got neatly organized into hanging bags on the back of the room’s doors. And suddenly, there was bin-free, mess-free zen where there had been chaos, and storage where there had been none. Adding personality to the room — framed fashion illustrations from a Paris ﬂea market on the walls, a sparkly Pottery Barn chandelier on the ceiling, old timey glass pulls on the drawers — made me almost as happy as getting organized. A vintage vanity table from Craigslist and a big Ikea mirror meant I could blow dry my hair and put on my makeup in the room, pretending to be some movie star. “It ends up being about relishing your feminine side,” says Kahoe. “You’ll buy fewer items of clothing, but see it more and keep it in better shape.” And who knows — seeing all my stuff on display might even inspire me to shop less. Which I’m sure will help my husband stop resenting his crummy, tiny closet. JENNIFER BARGER (E XPRESS)
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“Red Tails,” out Friday, proves what writing can do. It can take a great story — in this case, the Tuskegee Airmen’s — and turn it into a horrible script. The first 30 seconds of this film has the worst dialogue I’ve heard in recent cinema, and that includes the “Twilight” films. Writers John Ridley and Aaron McGruder (the latter is the brilliant mind behind “The Boondocks,” which makes the whole thing 8oAh_ij[d more confusing) take FW][#A_hXo men who were heroes in Europe and second-class citizens at home and put lines in their mouths that wouldn’t sound out of place in an elementary school play. (You know, like when Soldier No. 1 points to the distance and says, “But look! General Washington approaches!” or when Apple No. 3 says, “I also contain fiber!”) An example: When escorting a squadron of bombers, the Airmen elect not to chase down German fighters, as their white predecessors had. Seeing this, one of the bomber pilots says, “They gave up glory to save our asses!” Yes, writers. We can see that. On the screen. Where a movie is playing. A movie that just showed what you said. The special effects are breathtaking, but zooming planes and booming guns can’t counteract the clunky writing. The story of the Tuskegee Airmen is one of the best to come out of WWII, and the men who lived to tell their tale don’t deserve to have it told like this. Read Kristen’s previous columns at: expressnightout.com/thereelist
Real-life mixed martial arts champion Gina Carano turns in a competent performance as steely super-solider Mallory Kane in the action-packed “Haywire.”
79eebH[ijhW_dj ‘Haywire,’ filmmaker Stephen Soderbergh’s first pure action film, underplays its jolts <_bcH[l_[m Mallory Kane joins Lisbeth Salander and Margaret Thatcher as the latest tough-girl movie heroine leaving a trail of carnage, sulphur and various male body parts in her wake in “Haywire.” Played by real-life mixed martial arts champion Gina Carano, Mallory is a steely, smoky-voiced creation, a mix of Carano’s authentic chops in the ring and pure male pulp fantasy. It’s debatable whether Lisbeth, Maggie and Mallory qualify as feminist standard-bearers — each deﬁnes herself chiefly by men, either as tormentors or champions — but there’s no doubt
that watching Carano outkick, outpunch and outsmart a roster of buff actors delivers a certain compensatory frisson. One of the reasons “Haywire” is such a pleasure to watch is that its director, Steven Soderbergh, doesn’t overplay the ﬁlm’s hearme-roar subversions. Temperamentally, he’s an understater, and he approaches his ﬁrst foray into pure action with the same evenhanded cool he lends to every genre he’s ever tackled. “Haywire” possesses a lean, unfussy style, from the blown-out lighting to fight sequences that Soderbergh stages with a minimum of unnecessary ﬂourish or fanfare. Mallory’s encounters unfold, not in a series of cool, whiplash edits set to awesome techno music, but simply as images, often with no music or dialogue. Just why is she ﬁghting? That
>Wom_h[H Director: Steven Soderbergh Stars: Gina Carano, right; Ewan McGregor, left; Michael Fassbender; Channing Tatum; Antonio Banderas In a Nutshell: A former Marine and black ops super-soldier seeks payback after she is betrayed and set up during a mission. For Fans Of: “Contraband”
isn’t immediately clear, certainly not in “Haywire’s” pulverizing opening sequence that begins with Mallory’s taking a pot of boiling water to the face and ending with her slamming a guy’s head into a diner stool. It emerges that Mallory, a former Marine, has something to do with a Blackwater-esque private contractor and a black ops mission gone wonky; as the tale spins out it will take her from Barcelona and San Diego and Dublin to upstate New York, New Mexico and Majorca, kicking the backsides of characters who may or may not include those played by Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender, Ewan McGregor, Antonio Banderas and Michael Douglas. Carano’s not a great actress, but she doesn’t need to be in a movie that doesn’t get bogged down in psychology or back stories. Instead, “Haywire” simply gives audiences what they came to see: bruising ﬁght sequences set up and executed with economy, skill and one or two genuine jaw-dropping jolts. ANN HORNADAY (THE WASHINGTON POST )
DeDej_Wj_ed0 William Shatner’s stalwart Capt. James T. Kirk died in the line of duty. Now the actor’s bargain-touting Priceline Negotiator is headed to his final frontier. In a new ad that airs Monday, the Negotiator perishes in a bus crash after saving a group of passengers. “I’m in grief mode,” Shatner says. “It’s not the first time I’ve had an iconic character die off.” He’s been pitchman for Priceline for 14 years, five of those as the relentless Negotiator. (AP)
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;njh[c[boBekZ 7dZ?dYh[Z_Xbo 9bei[F=#') Director: Stephen Daldry Stars: Thomas Horn, Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock In a Nutshell: A 9-year-old searches New York City for the lock that matches a mysterious key left behind by his father, who died on Sept. 11, 2001.
The sentiments found in ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ ultimately ring false There’s such a line between precocious and insufferable, and it’s a line continually crossed by “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” Stephen Daldry’s extremely labored and incredibly crass adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s novel. The story of how a young boy processes the trauma of his father’s death on Sept. 11, 2001, “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” brazenly mines the imagery of that day to create a morbid pastiche of iconographic symbols, from the recurring motif of a man falling from the World Trade Center to a blizzard of papers that blew through bluebird skies. Juxtaposing those ghastly images with a precious, overworked aesthetic of camera-ready eccentricity, Daldry hijacks 9/11 for this own aestheticized agenda: to invest an
In “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” Oskar (Thomas Horn, left) loses his father (Tom Hanks, right) in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks
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act of murder with unearned healing and false uplift. It doesn’t help that the audience’s guide through this vale of energetically milked tears goes from sympathetic to irritating in the time it takes to say “Indigo child.” Oskar Schell narrates the story of how
he lost his father, Thomas (Tom Hanks), on what he calls The Worst Day and how a key he left behind somehow ﬁgures into an imaginary game they used to play, having to do with Reconnaissance Expeditions in order to ﬁnd New York’s Lost Sixth Borough.
ANN HORNADAY (THE WASHINGTON POST )
H[ZJW_biH Director: Anthony Hemingway Stars: Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard In a Nutshell: A crew of AfricanAmerican pilots in the Tuskegee training program are called into duty during World War II under the guidance of Col. A.J. Bullard.
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<_bcH[l_[m Braving German guns on one wing and American racism on the other, the Tuskegee Airmen proved themselves some of the best combat pilots of World War II. The African-American fliers’ great achievement merits a great movie. “Red Tails” isn’t it. The complexions of its heroes aside, this George Lucas-produced dogﬁght epic could have been made during the same decade the airmen helped beat Hitler. The warmovie cliches are as abundant as the antiaircraft ﬁre, and the dialogue as wooden as a balsa glider. The leading characters are issued one personality trait each, and some don’t even get that. Cuba Gooding
Terrence Howard, left, and Cuba Gooding Jr., right, command the “Red Tails” pilots.
Jr. plays Maj. Emanuelle Stance as a man who smokes a pipe. Stance commands the Red Tails — so called for their planes’ color scheme — at their base in 1944 Italy. Meanwhile, Col. A.J. Bullard (Ter-
rence Howard) is in Washington, battling Catch-22 military logic: The airmen haven’t been assigned any signiﬁcant missions, and the unit is in danger of being disbanded because it hasn’t executed any
The capitals are added, but they convey the sense of Italicized, Underlined Emphasis that pervades “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,” which tracks Oskar on an odyssey through New York as he meets random people, tells them about his loss and thereby spins an invisible web of transcendence everywhere he roams. That Oskar comes across as pushy and entitled shouldn’t be blamed on Thomas Horn, the newcomer Daldry plucked from “Jeopardy!” to play him. Rather, the fault clearly lies with Daldry, who lays the sentiment and studied idiosyncracies on thick. Nowhere is his profligate hand more evident than in the ﬁlm’s ﬁnal image, a wish-fulﬁllment fantasy as cheap as it is cynical.
signiﬁcant missions. Bullard makes his case, and soon the airmen are escorting U.S. bombers as they lumber toward targets in Germany. Assisted by a year’s worth of postproduction, director Anthony Hemingway stages several pulseboosting aerial battles. These sequences are all swoop, boom and rat-tat-tat — until a character opens his mouth to utter a line so stilted that it could have drawn giggles in 1946. MARK JENKINS (T WP)
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:_icWbH[Wb_j_[i ‘A Separation’ reveals unpleasant truths about a family in Iran
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In “A Separation,” Simin (Leila Hatami, left) is seeking a divorce from her husband, Nader (Peyman Moadi, right), but an Iranian judge ultimately denies the request.
tion are at odds with the demands of her new job. While Simin, Nader and Termeh confront (or avoid) the simmering anxieties of their family life, Razieh straddles her two worlds of cultural differences and conﬂicting motivations that unexpectedly explode after an encounter between Nader and Razieh. As a seamless, seemingly effortless document, “A Separation” doesn’t resemble a ﬁlm as much as a slice of life caught on the ﬂy, with all of the spontaneity, surprise and contradiction that real life entails.
7I[fWhWj_edF=#') Director: Asghar Farhadi Stars: Peyman Moadi, Leila Hatami, Sareh Bayat In a Nutshell: A married couple are faced with a difficult decision — to improve the life of their child by moving to another country or to stay in Iran and look after a deteriorating parent who has Alzheimer’s.
his father while he works. But Razieh is an observant, orthodox Muslim whose religious strictures and patriarchal tradi-
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gets rollicking when Tintin meets Captain Haddock (Andy Serkis), a dipsomaniacal seafarer who joins Tintin’s quest to find out why so many people are interested in his little model boat. On the surface, “The Adventures of Tintin” is unimpeachable, but the surface is where it stays. A .H. ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: CHIPWRECKED (G, 87 minutes) Either you’re eagerly anticipating “Chipwrecked,” the third installment in the lucrative “Alvin and the Chipmunks” series, or you’ve opted to avoid these films like the plague. As usual, Alvin (voiced by Justin Long) remains the chipmunks’ chief instigator while the three embark on an ocean-spanning trip with their beleaguered agent/parent, Dave (Jason Lee). The mischievous critter’s latest Continued on page 24
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prank gets his fuzzy mates — and their adorable female counterparts, the Chipettes — tied up in a parasail that carries them off the starboard side of a cruise ship and onto a tropical island. The “Chipmunks” have a very loyal audience, and “Chipwrecked” serves up more of the derivative chaos that floats this franchise’s boat. SE AN O’CONNELL THE ARTIST (PG-13, 100 minutes) Capping off a year of movies dedicated to high-style nostalgia, “The Artist” arrives like the last, lightest profiterole on the croquembouche. “The Artist” opens in 1927, when the dapper Errol Flynn-esque film star George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) rules Hollywoodland as its reigning star, his million-dollar grin coming as
easily as the waves of applause that predictably greet every one of his new pictures. When George crosses paths with an eager newcomer named Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo), he’s cast in the role of mentor (and maybe more); but when talking pictures become the order of the day, she quickly begins an ascent up stardom’s ladder, while George’s fortunes begin their inevitable slide. A.H. CONTRABAND (R, 109 minutes) Directed by actor-director Baltasar Kormakur, the film has a gloomy, propulsive, workingclass energy that feels slightly more European than Hollywood-y. When we first meet Chris Farraday (Mark Wahlberg), he has left the smuggling game to raise a family and build a legitimate business in suburban New Orleans. But when his wife’s younger brother, Andy, winds up in hock to a volatile drug dealer (Giovanni Ribisi), Chris is forced to take up his old ways to pay off the debt and to keep Andy from
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being shot in the head. Playing against type, Ribisi makes for a compelling, and frighteningly unhinged, villain. Briggs also threatens Chris’ wife and his two young sons, unless Chris comes up with the money. A quick plan is thrown together to hop down to Panama on the next freighter and come back with a pile of counterfeit currency. But the plan spins rapidly, and bloodily, out of control. That said, “Contraband” delivers certain rewards, both expected and unexpected. M .O. THE DESCENDANTS (R, 115 minutes) George Clooney doesn’t put a foot wrong except on purpose in “The Descendants,” a pitch-perfect movie that threads a tiny needle between comedy and devastating drama. Clooney’s Matt King is the wealthy descendant of Hawaiian royalty, who, as the movie opens, is watching his wife, Elizabeth, lie comatose in a hospital bed after suffering a near-fatal boating accident. A distant husband and father,
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Matt must find a way to bond with his daughters, 10-year-old Scottie (Amara Miller) and 17-year-old Alex (Shailene Woodley). “The Descendants” is an ode to emotional dissonance, wherein regret and antic humor can coexist and even share a drink; it’s a tricky tonal high-wire act that writer-director Alexander Payne pulls off with uncommon skill and aplomb. A.H. THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (R, 158 minutes) Rooney Mara’s portrayal of punked-out cyber-genius Lisbeth Salander does much to advance the appeal of this spiky heroine, whose victimization at the hands of piggish men and her subsequent avenging fury have made her a feminist avatar for the WikiLeaks era. Handsomely filmed and impeccably acted, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” is at once satisfying and underwhelming, a pristine, coolly atmospheric procedural thriller that comes to the party a tad overdressed in hype. The movie’s most unsettling scenes, a brutal rape and an equally torturous act of revenge, are staged by Fincher for maximum shock value. But for the most part, he plays down his stylistic signatures, allowing the performances to project the story’s most subtle meanings. A.H. JOYFUL NOISE (PG-13, 118 minutes) Times are tough for the citizens of Pacashau, Ga., and not just because the recession has shuttered most of the town’s businesses. The director of the Divinity Church Choir has died, making the group’s chances for top prize at the National Joyful Noise Competition look bleak. To
Lukas Haas, left, Mark Wahlberg, center, and Caleb Landry Jones, right, star in the action thriller “Contraband,” which topped last week’s box office. make matters worse, the choir finds itself divided when Vi Rose Hill (Queen Latifah) is chosen over the choir director’s widow, G.G. Sparrow (Dolly Parton), to helm the group. The movie revolves around keeping the faith through obstacle after obstacle, but the dramedy’s ultimate feel-good nature proves infectious, even for those of us whose weekend routine doesn’t include a trip to church. STEPHANIE MERRY MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE — GHOST PROTOCOL (PG-13, 133 minutes) Hand it to Tom Cruise: Even on the cusp of the
creaky age of 50, he still manages to do his own stunts, look studly in a suit and maintain perfect hair sweepage. “Ghost Protocol” possesses the requisite number of expertly choreographed “How’d they do that?” scenes, as well as some terrific supporting performances from “Mission: Impossible” veterans and newcomers. Rather than strain so mightily to remind viewers of his still-rock-hard abs and bluesteel stare, Cruise is more than entitled to remind us that he can actually act. Especially when he convincingly plays Ethan convincingly playing a Russian general and then engages a Kremlin guard in some absurdly clever misdirection. That piece of visual legerdemain, as well as Ethan’s quarry — Russian nuclear launch codes — are about as retro as it gets. A.H. IN THE LAND OF BLOOD AND HONEY (R, 127 minutes) Angelina Jolie makes an impressive writing and directing debut with this ambitious if not entirely fully realized drama about the 1990s war in the former Yugoslavia. Jolie’s earnest depiction of Serbian atrocities against Bosnian Muslims feels like equal parts rebuke and cautionary cri de coeur. Guiding viewers through a confusing jumble of tribal animosities, are a Bosnian artist and a reluctant Serbian soldier. At times, the story of the war and the fictional romance bump up against each other awkwardly, leaving viewers unsure of precisely what Jolie is trying to convey. The filmmaker’s aims are far less ambiguous when the film takes a turn for the schematic and,
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director Guy Ritchie’s first tweaking of Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic detective. Not because it’s more subtle: This sequel is just as profligate as its 2009 predecessor, with explosions, anachronisms and quick cuts. But the dialogue is a little sharper, and Holmes gets a worthy opponent in Professor Moriarty, a diabolical mastermind who has begun a series of bombings and assassinations, hoping to spark a “world war.” Robert Downey Jr. plays Holmes as brainy yet highly physical and keen on dressing up. Jude Law returns as Dr. Watson, Holmes’ sidekick. Holmes’ latest case nearly scrubs Watson’s wedding and ends the new couple’s honeymoon before it even begins. Holmes, the filmmakers wink, can’t bear to let Watson go. MARK JENKINS
TINKER, TAILOR, SOLDIER, SPY (R, 130 minutes) “Trust no one, Jim,” the British spy chief known as Control says as the film opens. “Especially no one in the mainstream.” With those tantalizing words of advice — delivered by John Hurt — the game is deliciously afoot in Tomas Alfredson’s long-awaited adaptation of John le Carre’s Cold War-era spy novel. Jim Prideaux and his boss, Control, are both working for the British intelligence service, MI6, in 1973 as the film opens, when the Cold War is at its height and Control is certain that MI6 has been infiltrated by a mole. Control sends Jim to Hungary, where the events that transpire will have inevitable reverberations back in London, where veterans engage in
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ish manipulations to a minimum in a movie that moves through its requisite stages — grief, acceptance, zany sight gags and healing — with smooth, entertaining efficiency. The title, by the way, is spoken twice by Mee’s 7-year-old daughter, Rosie, played by the beguiling Maggie Elizabeth Jones, whose scene-stealing cuteness proves to be one of the most likable things in a
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W hen unknown actor Peter Berg wandered into the Outlaw Boxing Club in Hollywood 17 years ago for a workout, young trainer Freddie Roach immediately earned his respect. “I came in, and nobody would really talk to me,” Berg says. “Freddie was the first one to come up to me and really say, ‘God, you’re horrible.’” Berg took Roach’s counsel and stuck to his strengths, eventually becoming the ﬁlmmaker behind “Friday Night Lights” and “Hancock.” He’s turning his cameras on Roach now, telling the story of the former boxer afﬂicted with Parkinson’s disease who became the
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Sunday, Jan 22nd, 1-3 p.m. VCA BARCROFT CAT HOSPITAL 6357 Columbia Pke, Falls Church, VA Information 703-920-8665 x3 Feline Foundation www.ffgw.org FRENCH BULLDOGS- Ready Feb 20th. 3 Females, 1 Male. All colors. Hand raised. Parents on premises. $1500. Call 202-344-7291 GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC PUPS Parents on premises, M/F, black & tan, vet checked & shots. Ready 1/25. $495 & up. 301-884-4891 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS - AKC, Gentle giants, protection & companion for children & adults, guar. 8 weeks old. 540-667-3568
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5000 Hunt St NE **New Year Special**
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1 Bedrooms: $815
Call 202-399-1665 for more information
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H H H H H H
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Fort Chaplin Park 4212 East Capital St. NE
1 Bedrooms fr. $785 2 Bedrooms fr. $925 3 Bedrooms fr. $1150 One Block from Metro - Free Off-Strt Parking Window Treatments - Landscaped Courtyds 5% Disc. Metro & DC Govt Employees
M-F 9-5. Sat 11-3 Housing Choice Vouchers Welcome where Rents are Within Voucher Limits
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GREENWOOD MANOR Apartments
M-F 8:30 - 5 PM S 10 - 2 PM
2343 Green Street SE • Wash. DC 20020
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D ELWIN APARTMENTS
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Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm • Sat by Appt
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SE 1 & 2 BR Voucher apts on Greenline. No application fee with voucher . Secure, crpt, nice backyard. Available Immediately. 703-912-4885
Spacious 1 Bedroom from $850 Spacious 2 Bedrooms Electric Entry System 24 hr laundry room All credit considered Steps away from Metro and Shopping her • Free 40 Inch Flat Screen Teac TV upon move In ’t & ounts v o G isc D
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Pleas • Apartments starting e for W Call from $815 in Specia ter • Close To Metro, ls!! Schools & Shopping • Intercom Access To Every Bldg. • Great Location In A Park-Like Setting • Laundry Facility On Property
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$100 Holding Fee is Waived $25 Gift Card after move-in
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2333 Skyland Place, SE • Washington, DC 20020
888.252.9887 SE- 13th St. 2 min to metro/shops! 2BR from $775 + utilities. No Pets. Section 8 ok. Call 202-388-3900x 10
CAPITOL PARK PLAZA
116 Irvington Street SW, M-F 9-5. Sat/Sun 10-4
Housing Choice Vouchers Welcome
OPEN HOUSE SAT. JAN. 21 FROM 10AM-2PM
FRIENDSHIP COURT Individually Controlled Heat
Bedrooms No Application Fee Start At
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M-F 9-6 Sat. 10-5 Sun 12-4
201 I Street, SW • Washington, DC 20024 Restrictions Apply*
Max. Income Qualiﬁcations: 1 pers. $44,580 • 2 pers. $50,940 * on selected studio apts.
$300 Off 1st Month $200 Off 2nd Mo/ $100 Off 3rd Mo Meadow Green Courts! 1,2,3 BRs start at $785
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PAY NO RENT ‘TIL FEB.*
• Fitness Center/ Swimming pool • Walk to 4 Metro Stations
JAN. 21, 10AM-4PM
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e., SE sylvania Av
1.877.238.8216 MOVE-IN TODAY
NEW YEAR SPECIAL Effic $700/1 BRs $775
IF YOUR INCOME DOES NOT EXCEED:
4 HEAT 4 ACCENT WALLS 4 OFF-STREET PARKING 4 METRO SHUTTLE
OPEN HOUSE SAT.
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William C. Smith + Co., Inc.
SE- NEWCOMB ST - 2BR from $825 + electric. Sec 8 welcome. No pets. Call: 202-388-3900x10
www.wcsmith.com 1812 23rd St., SE • Washington, DC
BROOKLAND MANOR APARTMENTS 2413 14TH STREET, NE • WASHINGTON DC 20018 • 202-529-3150 • 1 TO 5 BEDROOM APARTMENTS • LAUNDRY FACILITIES ON SITE • ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED • 24 HOUR EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE
BROOKLAND MANOR IS A PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY & CAMPING OUT ON THE SITE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO NOT ACCEPT APPLICATIONS FROM ANYONE LINING UP ON THE PROPERTY PRIOR TO 7:00 AM OR CAUSING A DISTURBANCE TO OUR CURRENT RESIDENTS.
Call 202-889-4116 for more information.
Open House Daily* 8-7 • Sat. 10-2
1 BEDROOMS FROM $795 2 BEDROOMS FROM $955
Voucher Holders Welcome
ALL CREDIT CONSIDERED
Emerald 1 BR, $700 Gold 2 BR, $780 Diamond 2 BR $890 Platinum 3 BR 1.5 BA $990
SE - Randall Highlands
• Beautiful Apt. Community • Renovated Kitchens & Baths • Ample Closet Space • Close To Shopping • On and Off Street Parking
1720 Trenton Pl. SE Open M-F 8-5 • Saturday 9-4
**New Year Special ** 1 month free on select floor plans
CALL FOR SPECIALS!!!
SECTION 8 WAITING LISTS TO REOPEN, NE-DC
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS 1PERSON: $22,600 4PERSON: $32,250 7PERSON: $40,000 2PERSON: $25,800 5PERSON: $34,850 8PERSON: $42,600 3PERSON: $29,050 6PERSON: $37,450 IF YOU EXCEED THESE INCOME LEVELS & OR HAVE A HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER WE DO HAVE NON-SECTION 8 UNITS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE-IN. IF ALL ADULT HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS CAN PASS A CREDIT AND CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK. IF THE LEASEHOLDERS LAST NAME BEGINS WITH THE LETTERS A THRU M APPLICATIONS WILL BE PROCESSED FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD ON: January 25, 2012. & ONLY THIS DAY. IF THE LEASEHOLDERS LAST NAME BEGINS WITH THE LETTERS N THRU Z APPLICATIONS WILL BE PROCESSED FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD ON: January 26, 2012. & ONLY THIS DAY YOU MUST BRING THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION WITH YOU. • GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID • SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS • BIRTH CERTIFICATES • PROOF OF INCOME
1 Bedrooms: $845
SE D.C. Rockburne Estates w 2627 Jasper St SE **Holiday Special** 1 months free rent 1BR $895, 2BR Duplex $1180, 2BR Flat $1130. Call 202-889-7300 for more information
THE WAITING LIST WILL CLOSE ON JANUARY 26, 2012 AT 3:30 PM IN KEEPING WITH HUD REQUIREMENTS NO ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN.
CONVENIENT LIVING AT GARDEN VILLAGE
SE- 154 Xenia St SE. 1 BR & 2 BRs, starting at $775 + gas & elec. sec bldg, pvt prking, CAC/heat, on site laundry. Delwin Realty 202-561-4675 SE- 1550 27th St. SE Spacious 2 BR, in secure building. Near Metro $925/month includes utilities. Delwin Realty 202-561-4675 SE- 1BR apts & 1BR w/ den apts.$850 & up + elec. No Pets.202-265-4814,202-629-2606. Fred A. Smith Co. SE - 3736 1st ST SE Large 1 BR, secured building, off street parking. Near Metro. $650+ gas & elec. Delwin Apartments 202-561-4675 SE- 4569 BENNING RD- 2BR, CAC, near Subway (Blue line). $740 + util. Application fee $10. Open Mon-Sat 11-4pm.ImmedOccupancy202-582-7155 S.E. DANBURY ST. - Attractive 1BR $725. 1st month rent free. Good Credit Required. Metro Bus at Corner. Call 202-563-1791 SE DC- 1, 2 & 3 BR Apts. Central Air & heat, w-w carpet , W/D, Sec 8 ok. Starting at $1200. For info call Sakinah 202-361-5813 SE DC - 1, 3 & 4 BR apts, newly renov, brand new appls, sec. 8 ok. $1000-1839. Call 202-744-2851
305 37th Street SE
Mention this ad and we will waive the application fee!
• 0 Application Fee • 1st Month Rent FREE • 1 & 2 Bedrooms starting at $700
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3600 Ely Place S.E., Wash. DC 20019
VILLAGE AT CHESAPEAKE
$20 APPLICATION FEE!
Convenient to shopping, schools,Dishwasher. Walk-in closets.,w-w ,5% DISC. TO METRO & DC GOVT EMPLOYEES
SW - 1 BR in gated condo community with OSP. $1050/month basic utilities included. VFI. & credit check required. Call 240-375-1790 SW GALVESTON PLACE -- 4BR, 2BA. $1349 plus utilities, 1st month rent free! Credit check required. Metro Bus close. Call 202-563-1791 TRINIDAD - 2 BR, 1 BA apt, newly renov, W/D, central air, close to public trans. Urban League vouchers ok. $1250. Call 202-744-2851
WASHINGTON, DC - 1BR & 2BR. NE, NW & SE. Starting at $1000. Section 8 Welcome. Please call 202-270-4279 WOODLEY PARK - 1BR, wall to wall carpet, CAC, W/D, 1 block to Metro. $1,650/mo. Utils incl. Please call 202-483-6218
3539 A Street SE Mon-Fri. 9-5. Sat. 10-4 Housing Choice Vouchers welcome where rents are within voucher program limits NE
Hilltop Apartments 908 Eastern Ave NE
1 BRs starting from $750-$985 + electric Some with Dens
Free Heat & Hot Water Some with Balconies • Great Location Metro Accessible.
Beautiful and Spacious If interested, please contact Rodney Chiles - 240-863-8284 Frank Emmet Real Estate, Inc.
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3001 BRANCH AVE. • HILLCREST HEIGHTS, MD 20748
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Nasa—$1900.00, 3 br, 2 ba, Greenbelt, Greenbelt, MD, heat, water, Elec, Newly Ren, AC, 240-882-4994
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CAPITALHEIGHTS,MD- Large room, 2 blocks to Metro,male pref. $155-$175. Call 301-537-5433 or 240-244-1020
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FORT WASHINGTON - Large house to share. Free cable. Close to Metro. W/D. $150/week. Call 240-882-8973 GAITHERSBURG-1 room $299, 1 MBR w/ pvt BA $399. In house to shr. No-smkg. Close to Metro. 301-219-1066
Hyattsville—750.00 & util., 1 br basement apt, priv. ba, kitch, entr, 301-332-4512, nr PG plaza
HYATTSVILLE/LANDOVER, MDRooms for rent in shared house. Starting at $450+ utils. Sec. dep. req. 240-401-0532
KINGSTOWNE,VA - Free rent & utilities for live-in aide with own bed & bath. Must be available11-5pm. 703-347-7884
LANHAN/NEW CARLTON - Immac, must see 1 BR, nr Exit 19A off the beltway, 1/4 mile to beltway & Rte 50. All utils, cable & internet incl. $600/mo + sec dep. N/S. 305-785-6787 / 240-463-9945 Ernso
LAUREL- Furn rm/bsmt $610/month or $170/wk, includes utilities Internet & Cable/TV, Share kitchen & W/D. 301-370-6587 MOUNT RAINER,MD— Beautiful rms for rent. 1 pers per rm. M/F. $625-$675,studio bsmt $950. utils incld. Near bus. Prof Mgmt. 301-220-1613 RESTON - Share house, N/S, N/P, prof. M pref., furn MBR, w/prvt BA, $650. Also furn 1 BR $625. 703-268-0381 SILVER SPRING- N/S, near shops, private parking, quiet neighborhood, nr bus lines. $650. Call: 240-643-8656 SILVER SPRING,MD- Room for rent. F pref. $600.Close to Metro& bus.Avail Now. 301-962-1890 or 240-272-8887
SILVER SPRING- Room in 2 bedroom, 2 bath apt, pvt bath in room, W/D, util incl, $700/mo. 678-467-1949
HOUSES FOR SALE CAPITAL HEIGHTS $175,000 3 BR, 2 BA, renovated brick rambler, $1300/month. $1500 moves you in. Call 301-877-1505 SWRE MD, DC & VA.- RENT 2 OWN- 3BR, 2BA, several available. $1350-$2500. Call 877-797-3721
REAL ESTATE SERVICES MARYLAND HOME BUYING PROGRAMS If you have an income of 40K+ and a credit score of 600+ and at least $5000 in savings and would love to own a home now.1st , 2nd time home buyers, investors. Veterans no money down, new/foreclosures/fix-er-upers/resales. Call me, a realtor in the know for an appointment. Raymond Marshall,Reaitor- Long & Foster. Direct: 301-399-0387, Office: 301-449-9100 x 2211
CARS BUICK 2000 LESABRE only 59K miles, blue/blue leather, good condition. Reduced from $5000. $4000Firm. Call 202-842-3242 Kenny
SILVER SPRING, MD - Shr SFH. BR with private BA, W/D, OSP, Cable internet, phone clean quiet. $750. Please call 301-587-5714 SILVER SPRING/FAIRLAND,MD - Female preferred MBR for rent with private bath. $650 + electric. Deposit required. Avail Feb 1st. 301-272-5851 SUITLAND Close to Metro, cable/int, W/D, Fplc, all utilities included. $340 bi-weekly + deposit. Please call 301-706-7162
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Arlington—$2195.00, 4 br, 1 ba, HSI, Gas Heat included, Newly Ren, 110 S. Wise Street, 703-9202639
TAKOMA PARK, MD- Apt to share. Female,no smoking,no pets. 301-434-4260 or 240-706-6532
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ALEXANDRIA,VA - New condo to share. Close to mall, 1/2 off 1st month.3 miles to metro. $650+splitutilities.703-597-3525
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005 1200 Custom Sportster - 3000 mi, blk, lots of extras, new cond. $6795/OBO. Selling due to health. 301-689-5022
ROOMMATES Adelphi—$560, Room in condo, shr ba, 1824 Metzerott Rd, Adelphi, MD, utils incl & prkng, Call: 240501-2621
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Arlington North—$1300, 1 lrg br w/pvt ba in SFH, maid & utils incl, walk to Ballston Metro,7034078428 CAP HGHTS- 2 blk metro. Cable/internet, W/D, fireplace, inclds all util. $340/bi-wkly + dep. 301-706-7162
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‘Then Again, I Do Already Have an Academy Award’ Even though Jennifer Hudson has dropped more than 80 pounds, she says she would have no problem gaining weight for Hollywood if the right role comes her way. “When I do films, it has to be led by something through me — like my passion for it,” Hudson said. “I just don’t want to hop into anything. So if I commit myself to something, then it’ll be worth it no matter what character it is.” (AP)
Klassiest Photo Illustration In Universe Here in Express Sears’ Kardashian Kollection will now include housewares in addition to clothing. “There are three designs in home, everything from bed to cushions and pillows to bathroom accessories and shower curtains,” Kardashian Kollection designer Bruno Schiavi told Celebuzz.com. The sisters’ brand will also roll out jeans and swimwear next month. (EXPRESS)
“Does ‘Zac’ Rhyme With Enough Words to Write A Song If We Break Up?” Zac Efron and Taylor Swift were seen having a “flirty dinner” at an Italian restaurant in Los Angeles earlier this month, Us Weekly reports. They were “very giggly,” said an onlooker. An insider says the pair weren’t on a date: “They were in L.A. doing press stuff together, and after they were done, they decided to grab dinner.” (EXPRESS)
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Courtney Love will not be evicted from her New York City townhouse, TMZ.com reported. A judge threw out the landlord’s case, saying Love did not, as the landlord claim, owe $54,000 (two months’ worth) of back rent. The judge says there was confusion over the payment schedule Love was to abide by. (E XPRESS)
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Gabrielle Queen Poster Bed ASHLEY DIRECT PRICE Includes Headboard, DON’T PAY Footboard & 2 Rails. $699 Shown with optional storage.
Wilmington Queen ASHLEY DIRECT PRICE Sleigh Bed $ Includes Headboard, DON’T PAY $399 Footboard & 2 Rails.
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On purchases of $699 or more with your Ashley Furniture HomeStore credit card made between 01/09/2012 to 01/23/2012. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional purchase is not paid in full within 12 months or if you make a late payment. Minimum monthly payments required. Portica Mocha Sofa
Darcy Salsa 90" Sofa
Commando Black Sofa
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Milpoint 5 Piece Dining Room Includes Counter Height Table & 4 Bar Stools ASHLEY DIRECT PRICE
Theo 5 Piece Dining Room Includes Counter Height Table & 4 Bar Stools ASHLEY DIRECT PRICE
DON’T PAY $499
DON’T PAY $699
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Cambridge South Coast Sofa
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Also available in Stone, Mocha, Sage & Café
DURABLEND™† Scarlet 85” Sofa
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DON’T PAY $599
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Varsity Café Dual Reclining Sofa
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DURABLEND™† Espresso Dual Reclining Sofa
Gemini Chocolate 2 Piece Sectional
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Brody Mocha 3 Piece Sectional
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Presley Cocoa 84" Dual Reclining Sofa
Augusta Memory Foam Sets
599 Queen Set
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$200 OFF Any Tempur-Pedic Mattress Also available in Mocha
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Published on Jan 20, 2012