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Girl, 15, Shot by Taliban Recovering After Surgery A Pakistani schoolgirl who was shot in the head by the Taliban is in stable condition after undergoing two successful operations to reconstruct her skull and restore her hearing, the British hospital treating her said Sunday. Doctors for 15-year-old Malala Yousufzai, who was targeted for advocating girls’ education, said they were “very pleased” with her progress after surgery Saturday. (AP) CARACAS, VENEZUELA
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Munich Israel’s defense minister strongly signaled Sunday that his country was behind an airstrike in Syria last week, telling a high-profile security conference that Israeli threats to take preemptive action against its enemies are not empty. “We mean it,” Ehud Barak declared. Israel has not officially conﬁrmed that its planes attacked a site near Damascus, targeting groundto-air missiles apparently headed for Lebanon, but its intentions have been beyond dispute. During the 22 months of civil war in Syria, Israeli leaders have repeatedly expressed concern that high-end weapons could fall into the hands of Hezbollah, the Lebanese militants. For years, Israel has been charging that Syrian President Bashar Assad and Iran have been arming
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Meanwhile … A man carries a child’s body out of the rubble of a building Sunday in Aleppo, Syria, after a government airstrike. The Britain-based activist group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack killed at least 16 people, including 10 children. Troops loyal to President Bashar Assad and rebels have been locked in a deadly stalemate in Aleppo, Syria’s main commercial hub, since an opposition assault last summer. Elsewhere, Turkey on Sunday pledged its continued support for the Syrian opposition, saying its leaders should not be pressured into talks with the regime as civil war rages. (AP)
Volunteers ‘On the Edge’ in Russia Itomlya, Russia A country doctor, a tiny, dilapidated village hospital, an indifferent health bureaucracy — and now, coming to the rescue, volunteers from distant Moscow, bringing furniture, equipment, money and, maybe most important, good cheer. In the background, though, is the parliament — weighing a law to bring any volunteer activity under the purview of the state, on the theory that people who organize themselves to do good work are a threat to the state’s power. “They want volunteers to be walking in columns and support the
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grams such as ours have no lists. If you want to help, well, help.” The past year or so has seen an upwelling of a trend unprecedented in Russia — people getting together on their own to help others. The rapid emergence of volunteer efforts, fueled in large part by social media, coincides with the eruption of public political protest — and that’s not by happenstance. There’s a tension, though, that won’t go away. “Why should we do the state’s job for it?” Oksana Prikhodko asked. “On the other hand, why should our children suffer? It’s a constant debate, and we’re always on the edge.” (THE WASHINGTON POST )
Hezbollah. U.S. ofﬁcials say the target was a convoy of Russian SA-17 anti-aircraft missiles. In his comments Sunday in Munich, Barak came close to conﬁrming that his country was behind the operation. “I cannot add anything to what you have read in the newspapers about what happened in Syria,” he said. In Syria, Assad said his country would confront any aggression, his ﬁrst comment on the airstrike, the state news agency SANA reported. While Israel has remained ofﬁcially silent on the airstrike, there seemed little doubt that the country carried it out, especially given the conﬁrmation from the U.S. Israel has a powerful air force equipped with U.S.-made warplanes and has a history of carrying out air raids on hostile territory, and Israeli military ofﬁcials routinely talk about a “policy of prevention” meant to disrupt the ﬂow of arms to its enemies. DAVID RISING AND JOSEF FEDERMAN (AP)
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At Odds Over Transit Hub County, contractors bicker over delayed Silver Spring facility More than two years behind schedule and $80 million over its original budget, the Silver Spring Transit Center remains plagued by fingerpointing and threats of legal action between Montgomery County officials and building contractors over concrete flooring and other structural issues. Montgomery officials maintain that the long-delayed masstransit hub at Wayne Avenue and Colesville Road, which would be a central depot for buses, Metrorail and MARC trains in the heart of Silver Spring’s revitalized downtown, will open in September. But they acknowledge that the timetable is contingent on the ﬁndings of a consultant’s study commissioned by the county to assess construction and engineering concerns over the three-tiered facility. The latest round of recriminations surfaced publicly Thursday when Bryant Foulger, managing principal of Foulger-Pratt, the prime contractor on the project, said in an interview that the county has needlessly delayed completion of the center for months. Foulger said the county has refused to meet with the firm’s engineers to discuss the government’s concerns, ﬁrst cited in the fall of 2011, about concrete on the facility’s upper levels that was not poured to speciﬁed thickness and may have been inadequately reinforced with embedded steel. There are also cracks in the concrete. Foulger said the ﬁrm proposed
The transit center will be located at the corner of Colesville Road and Wayne Avenue in Silver Spring, but construction has been delayed for years.
Not a Good Start Problems surfaced almost from the beginning, according to county documents. Work was delayed for more than a year because of difficulties in moving utility lines. The cost of the project has grown from $35 million to an estimated $112 million. (T WP)
ﬁxes to the problems last spring but that he has received no response from Montgomery ofﬁcials. “We’ve been waiting and waiting and waiting,” said Foulger, whose ﬁrm has been a major player in the redevelopment of Silver Spring. “We’re kind of at our wit’s end.” Joined by his attorney during the 30-minute conference call, he also said construction had been hampered by ﬂaws in the coun-
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Contractors Plan for More Cuts As defense spending drops, companies continue to downsize The D.C. region’s contracting companies have made dramatic cuts in recent years, from Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin’s 2010 buyout for hundreds of senior executives to Booz Allen Hamilton’s 2012 reductions in its management ranks. Many in the region thought the worst might be over, but contractors are making it clear they’re not done yet. Reporting declining proﬁt and sales, companies from Northrop Grumman to General Dynamics are promising a continued focus on reducing costs. McLean-based Booz Allen Hamilton, a contracting giant that cut 2 percent from its ranks a year ago, said that it is trimming its staff again.
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Ralph Shrader, Booz Allen’s chief executive, chairman and president, said in a call with investors last week that the company thought the head count reductions it made last year would “place us well ahead of the curve.”
“Unfortunately, the curve kept changing faster than we thought,” he said. “What we are coming to grips with as an organization … is that, when your growth rate slows, it’s time to take a good look at some of the practices … and decide wheth-
er they are sustainable over uncertain times.” At Falls Church-based Northrop Grumman, where earnings for the quarter were also down, Wes Bush, the company’s chief executive, said he is pushing for more efﬁciency. “I am not going to set any public targets on how much more we can get there, but … we are determined and ensuring that we can be very, very competitive from a cost-structure perspective,” Bush said in a recent call with investors. Loren Thompson, a defense industry consultant, said every contractor is under pressure to cut its spending. “Defense spending is falling by hundreds of billions of dollars over the next several years,” he said. “It’s going to impact companies relatively gradually, and so they have time to make adjustments and plan for how best to deal with the downturn.” MARJORIE CENSER (CAPITAL BUSINES S)
Rhee Defends School Firings On ‘This Week’ Washington Former D.C. schools chancellor Michelle Rhee says she thinks she did the right thing when she fired teachers and principals. However, Rhee says, she should have done it differently. R hee made t he c om me nt s Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.” She Rhee was asked if she had any second thoughts about her style, which included allowing a camera crew to follow her as a principal was ﬁred. Rhee said she probably shouldn’t have ﬁred a principal on national television. She also said removing ineffective people and cutting bureaucracy were commonsense solutions. (AP)
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When a Dupont Circle doughnut shop changed its name Thursday, less than 24 hours before its planned opening, it was either an overreaction or just deserts. The shop at 2029 P St. NW was preparing to open at 10 a.m. Friday with the name Cool Disco Donut — until Facebook posts started rolling in. What owner Aaron Gordon says he saw as an unofﬁcial tribute to D.C. grafﬁti icon Cool “Disco” Dan, others saw as a crass appropriation of a living artist’s name and work. “It was such a playful, fun name. … It reminded me of my childhood,” said Gordon, who grew up near Eastern Market and remembered seeing the artist’s eponymous tags on buildings and near Metro tracks as a kid. “The [store] name was never so much supposed to be about Cool Disco Dan. … It was about the culture and not necessarily about him.” After a day of overwhelmingly negative feedback, Gordon changed the name to Zeke’s D.C.
Donutz, after his middle name. The “Cool Disco Donut” mural by the door will go; the grafﬁti interior will stay. And so will some of the hurt feelings, at least for a little while, among a community that is extremely protective of Cool “Disco” Dan (real name: Dan Hogg), their onetime rebel hero. Asad Walker, also known as the grafﬁti artist Ultra, started a Facebook page called “The Society for the Preservation of Cool ‘Disco’ Dan” and threatened to picket the store opening. “To a guy on the street, his name is everything, particularly for a grafﬁti artist,” Walker said. “And to have it diminished and changed into the name of a doughnut shop is not really very respectful to me.” Filmmaker Joseph Pattisall, who produced the soon-to-bereleased “The Legend of Cool ‘Disco’ Dan” with Roger Gastman, has another idea: “If [Gordon] really wants to make things right, he could offer Dan a job. Dan would love a kitchen job,” he said. MAUR A JUDKIS (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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Super Bowl XLVII No Average Joe
The Ravens got out to a 22-point lead and held on to win Super Bowl XLVII over the 49ers on Sunday.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco had one of the best postseasons in NFL history, throwing 11 touchdowns and no interceptions. Here’s what he did in each game:
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Wild-card round vs. Colts 12-23, 282 yards, 2 TDs, 125.6 rating Divisional round vs. Broncos 18-34, 331 yards, 3 TDs, 116.2 rating AFC title game vs. Patriots 21-36, 240 yards, 3 TDs, 106.3 rating Super Bowl vs. 49ers 22-33, 287 yards, 3 TDs, 124.2 rating
After power goes out, Baltimore holds off 49ers in Super Bowl
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A power outage at the Super Bowl put the nation’s biggest sporting event on hold for more than a half-hour Sunday, interrupting an otherwise electric, back-and-forth game that ended with Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens as NFL champions thanks to a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Flacco, voted the MVP, threw three ﬁrst-half touchdown passes to cap an 11-TD, zero-interception postseason. Jacoby Jones returned the second-half kickoff 108 yards, a Super Bowl record, to give Baltimore a 28-6 lead. Moments later, lights lining the indoor arena faded, making it difﬁcult to see. When action resumed, Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers scored 17 consecutive points, getting as close as 31-29. But Baltimore stopped San Francisco on fourth-and-goal from the 5 with under 2 minutes left when Kaepernick’s pass sailed beyond Michael Crabtree in the end zone. The biggest deﬁcit a team has ever overcome to win a Super Bowl is 10 points, and there were moments
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An Electrifying Finish
Power went out at the Superdome in the third quarter, leading to a 34-minute delay.
TIME OF POSSESSION
Sunday’s Stars Ravens WR Jacoby Jones had a 56-yard TD catch and 108-yard kickoff return for a score.
were it appeared San Francisco had a chance to better that mark. Instead, the 49ers lost for the ﬁrst time in six trips to the Super Bowl. The AFC champion Ravens (146), a franchise that moved from Cleveland to Baltimore 17 years ago, improved to 2-0 in the big game. They also won the championship in 2001, when linebacker Ray Lewis was voted the game’s MVP. Lewis was not a major factor this time, but he was a center of attention, playing in the ﬁnal game of his 17-year career before retiring. The 49ers struggled early in the ﬁrst Super Bowl coaching matchup between brothers: Baltimore’s John Harbaugh is 15 months older than San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh. Baltimore led 28-6 after Jones opened the second half with the longest kickoff return in a Super Bowl, his eyes glancing up at the videoboard, presumably to watch himself sprint to the end zone. Shortly following Jones’ return, the sudden, odd power outage arrived. Escalators weren’t working. Ofﬁcials stopped play about 1½ minutes into the third quarter, and the bizarre delay lasted 34 minutes in real time before action resumed. Some players sat. Others stretched. Some fans chanted, “Let’s go, Ravens!” Others passed time by doing the wave. HOWARD FENDRICH (AP)
49ers QB Colin Kaepernick threw
for 302 yards and one TD and ran for 62 yards and a score.
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Sports April 20, 1996: With their second pick in franchise history, the Ravens select Lewis out of the University of Miami with the No. 26 overall selection. (In the 2012 season, Lewis was the only player still active from that draft.)
Jan. 13, 2007: After going a franchise-best 13-3 in the regular season, the Ravens lose 15-6 to the Colts in the divisional round.
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE?
Jan. 18, 2009: The Ravens’ season ends vs. the Steelers in the AFC championship game. Lewis and the Ravens’ defense hold Pittsburgh to 275 total yards, but Baltimore has four turnovers in a 23-14 loss.
Follow these easy steps to perform the Ray Lewis pregame dance:
Oct. 13, 1996: Lewis records his first career sack against Colts quarterback Jim Harbaugh, who currently coaches the 49ers (Lewis’ Super Bowl foe Sunday).
Open your eyes as wide as physically possible … then open them a little more. Consuming three large cups of coffee may help make this possible.
Feb. 1, 1998: The linebacker plays in his first Pro Bowl. He’ll go on to make 12 more.
Jan. 10, 2010: Lewis records 13 tackles and a sack in a 33-14 rout of the Patriots in the wildcard round; the Ravens go on to lose the following week to the Colts.
Smirk like you’re an evil James Bond villain petting a hairless cat.
Dec. 24, 2000: The Ravens finish the regular season with NFL records for fewest points (165) and rushing yards (970) allowed in a 16-game season. Lewis goes on to win defensive player of the year.
Jan. 28, 2001: The Ravens defeat the Giants 34-7 in Super Bowl XXXV, and Lewis is named Super Bowl MVP. (The Ravens’ defense allowed 23 total points in the team’s four-game playoff run.) Dec. 28, 2003: Lewis finishes the season with 121 tackles and a career-high six interceptions. He goes on to win his second defensive player of the year award. Oct. 23, 2005: Lewis injures his thigh in a 10-6 loss to the Bears. He doesn’t play again in 2005 as Baltimore goes 6-10 and misses the playoffs for a second-straight year.
RAY’S LAST DANCE It’s been a wild 17 years in Baltimore for Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. Here’s a look back at a career full of ups and downs.
Jan. 22, 2012: It appears Lewis may be heading to his second Super Bowl, but Lee Evans is unable to hold on to a would-be, go-ahead touchdown and Billy Cundiff shanks a game-tying 32-yard field goal in a 23-20 loss to the Patriots.
Begin sliding right and left like a member of the Temptations while flapping your arms like you’re doing the “Chicken Dance.”
Oct. 14, 2012: Lewis hurts his triceps, putting his status for the rest of the season in jeopardy. Jan. 2, 2013: At the end of his 17th regular season, Lewis announces he will retire after the Ravens’ playoff run.
With one hand in the air, bring your other hand in front of your midsection and make spirit fingers — almost as if you’re air-guitaring onehanded.
Spread your arms out wide and tilt your head back like you’re in the arms of Leonardo DiCaprio on the bow of the Titanic. Bring your arms back in and repeat, this time screaming as if you just closed the car door on your fingers.
Congrats, you look like a lunatic … or a 13-time Pro Bowl linebacker. J.T.
Jan. 6, 2013: In his final home game, Lewis records 13 tackles to lead the Ravens to a 24-9 win over the Colts in his first game back from a triceps injury.
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Jan. 31, 2000: Two men are stabbed to death outside a nightclub in Atlanta. Lewis will later plead guilty to obstruction of justice, a misdemeanor, in the case. (The murders remain unsolved.)
Pick up some grass like you’re about to check which way the wind is blowing. But instead of tossing it in the air, bring the grass up to your nose as if you’re Mary Katherine Gallagher from “Superstar” smelling her hands.
Jan. 20, 2013: In an AFC title game rematch from a year earlier, Lewis and the Ravens’ defense shut out the Patriots in the second half and Baltimore advances to the Super Bowl. Feb. 3, 2013: Lewis ends his career as a two-time Super Bowl champion. JEFFREY TOMIK (E XPRESS)
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Louisville guard Russ Smith scored a game-high 18 points in Sunday’s win.
Phil Mickelson won the Phoenix Open by four strokes over Brandt Snedeker after shooting a 4-under 67 on Sunday. He finished the tournament 28 under.
Phil Finishes Off Phoenix Open Mickelson completes dominating victory with a 67 on Sunday PGA Tour Phil Mickelson completed a wireto-wire victory in the Phoenix Open, again ﬂirting with history in a dominating four-day run at TPC Scottsdale. Mickelson shot a 4-under 67 on Sunday to ﬁnish at 28-under 256, two strokes off the PGA Tour record of 254 set by Tommy Armour III in the 2003 Texas Open. Mickelson missed a chance for a 59 in the ﬁrst round when his 25-foot birdie putt on the ﬁnal hole
Nearly Perfect Phil Mickelson finished the Phoenix Open at 28-under 256, two strokes off the PGA Tour record. Here’s how he did it:
Round 1: Shot a 60 (-11) and had a 25-foot putt lip out on his final hole with a 59 on the line. Round 2: Shot a 65 (-6) and had his lone eagle of the tournament on the par-5 15th hole. Round 3: Shot a 64 (-7) and didn’t record a bogie on Saturday to enter the final round with a six-stroke lead. Round 4: Shot a 67 (-4) with three birdies in his last six holes to hold off Brandt Snedeker. (E XPRESS)
caught the right edge of the cup, curled 180 degrees and stayed out. He settled for a 60 and followed with rounds of 65 and 64 to take a six-stroke lead into the ﬁnal round. Brandt Snedeker ﬁnished second, four strokes back after a 65. Mickelson took a three-stroke lead to the 17th tee, and nearly drove into the left-side water on the drivable par 4, his ball stopping a yard short of the hazard. He hit his 25-yard second shot 15 feet past the hole and made the birdie putt. Snedeker matched him with a little shorter putt to remain three shots behind. Mickelson parred the par-4 18th after another drive to the left, one that easily cleared the water he hit
into Friday en route to a double bogey. Snedeker closed with a bogey. Mickelson had his third wire-towire victory and ﬁrst since the 2006 BellSouth Classic — a 13-stroke blowout the week before the second of his three Masters victories. He pushed his victory total to 41, winning for the ﬁrst time since his victory at Pebble Beach 51 weeks ago. Making his 24th appearance in the event that he also won in 1996 and 2005, Mickelson tied the tournament scoring record set by Mark Calcavecchia in 2001, and joined Calcavecchia, Arnold Palmer and Gene Littler as the only three-time winners. With six victories in Arizona, Mickelson also matched Johnny Miller’s tour record. JOHN NICHOLSON (AP)
No. 12 Louisville Routs No. 25 Marquette 70-51 Russ Smith scored 18 points, Peyton Siva added 14 and No. 12 Louisville shot 52 percent to run away from No. 25 Marquette 70-51 on Sunday. The lopsided outcome was somewhat surprising considering what was at stake for both teams in the Big East. Marquette had an opportunity to take a one-game lead on Syracuse, but the Golden Eagles were left settling for a first-place tie with the Orange. The Cardinals (18-4, 6-3), meanwhile, moved a half-game closer to both schools with their second-straight win, remaining in a four-way tie for third. (AP) FOOTBALL
Obama: Safety a Concern For Youths in Football
President Barack Obama says the threat of concussions for football players means that everything possible should be done to improve safety — especially for players from youth football leagues through college. He said in an interview on CBS during Sunday’s Super Bowl pregame show that he’s not as worried about pro football players because they are adults who know the risks and are well-compensated. (AP)
Weekend Rewind TV Lineup The Vikings’ Adrian Peterson beat the Broncos’ Peyton Manning for MVP and offensive player of the year. Cris Carter, Warren Sapp and Bill Parcells are among seven elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Robert Griffin III won offensive rookie of the year over fellow quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson. For a fourth-straight week, the No. 1 team in the country lost when top-ranked Michigan fell to No. 3 Indiana. With a 106-104 win over the Clippers, the Celtics improved to 4-0 since losing star point guard Rajon Rondo. Caps defenseman John Erskine got a three-game suspension for an elbow to the Flyers’ Wayne Simmonds. San Antonio forward Tim Duncan sprained his knee and ankle in the Spurs’ 96-86 victory over the Wizards.
WIZARDS (7 P.M., CSN) Washington tries to end a four-game skid at Verizon Center vs. the Clippers. COLLEGE HOOPS (7 P.M., NBCSN) George Mason heads to Norfolk, Va., to take on in-state rival Old Dominion, which is winless in the CAA.
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The Magic of Music Dave Grohl’s new film, ‘Sound City,’ is a love letter to the old way bands made records Screen
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came true. The console is now in an LA studio that is operated by Grohl’s band the Foo Fighters. Many people have misinterpreted his ﬁlm as anti-technology. “I’m not Amish,” Grohl says, noting that he uses advanced recording equipment all the time. “The intention,” he says, “was to inspire people to fall in love with the human element and the human process of making music.”
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“You might have never heard of Nirvana if we had recorded in Hollywood with a fancy producer who made us sound like Def Leppard.”
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Dave Grohl’s much-hyped collaboration with Paul McCartney was put together for “Sound City.” There’s no hiding the excited kid in Grohl’s eyes when the film shows him, Krist Novoselic and guitarist Pat Smear jamming with the former Beatle. The group’s song “Cut Me Some Slack” is on the “Sound City” album. (AP)
Rocker Dave Grohl set out to make a recording studio the subject of his firstever film. He was intrigued not only by the studio but by a specific piece of recording equipment — a 1970s-era sound board — that captured every note of music made there. “Sound City” offers a colorful piece of music history, a candid examination of changes wrought by technology and a deﬁant statement about not surrendering the human element in creativity. Grohl’s rookie ﬁlm made it to the Sundance movie festival, can be purchased as a digital download for $12.99 and is accompanied by an album featuring artists he interviewed. “It honestly was more like a keg party with a camera than making a Hollywood ﬁlm,” Grohl says. Grohl knew nothing about the Sound City studio in Van Nuys, Calif., when he and fellow Nirvana members Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic booked a session to make “Nevermind” in 1991. Their California record company wanted Nirvana nearby to keep an eye on them and Sound City was cheap. It was in a nondescript neighborhood and looked like a dump, with tired shag carpeting. Then Nirvana
noticed all the gold records on the wall from artists who had recorded there: Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, Van Halen, REO Speedwagon, Guns N’ Roses, Neil Young, Cheap Trick, Slayer, Rick Springﬁeld and more. After plugging in their instruments and running through “In Bloom,” Grohl and his mates discovered why. The sound was amazing. “You might have never heard of Nirvana if we had recorded in Hollywood with a fancy producer who made us sound like Def Leppard,” he says. “The fact that that [sound] board made us sound like us is what people appreciated.” When Grohl inquired about buying the recording console a few years ago, the studio operator suggested she’d rather sell her grandmother. But then Sound City closed — a result of cheap technology making it possible to record in bedrooms — and Grohl’s wish
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Hoo-ah Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha! Al Pacino began his career as a comedian and now finds himself drawn to funny roles
a movie with Robin Williams (“Insomnia”), “he didn’t know that I really wanted to be him.”
“If I suddenly didn’t want to [act] anymore, that’d be ﬁne. I’d probably be an usher again in a playhouse.”
Al Pacino, energized by a conversation that has inevitably turned to the intricacies of acting, is snapping his fingers. “When you get me on the acting trail, I get on that train,” he says, punctuating what he calls an improvised “thesis on time” with staccato snaps. The 72-year-old may be grayhaired and a little worn, but he remains, like a dancer, always on his toes, and still enamored of the “crazy, crazy, crazy thing” that is acting: “You’re always looking for what’s going to feed you, what’s going to feed the spirit and get you going.” And Pacino is still getting going. Yet the subject of time — how much is needed to ﬁnd a character and how it dictates the parts he chooses now — weighs on his mind. “Sometimes I’m tempted to say, ‘Why am I doing this? Why am I still doing this?’” he says. “Then, after I don’t do it for a while, I say: ‘Oh, now I know why I still do it.’ If I suddenly didn’t want to do it
anymore, that’d be ﬁne. I’d probably be an usher again in a playhouse.” If Pacino is feeling reminiscent of his early days as a Bronxborn aspiring thespian knocking
around in 1960s downtown New York theaters and cafes, it’s partly because his recent work reﬂects on his beginnings. Not many know that Pacino started out as a comedian. He jokes that though he did
Pacino, funny guy, has certainly been glimpsed before. But after a career better known for gangsters, crooks and Shakespearean villains, Pacino has lately been exercising his comedy chops. After finishing a revival run on Broadway of “Glengarry Glen Ross” in which he played up the laughs as the desperate, over-the-hill salesman Shelley, Pacino stars in the crime comedy ﬁlm “Stand Up Guys.” His fondness for broad comedy helps explain the most inscrutable credit in Pacino’s ﬁlmography: the 2011 Adam Sandler ﬁlm “Jack and Jill,” in which he rapped a Dunkin’ Donuts ad as “Dunkaccino.” “The reason I stayed in the profession [is] because I fell in love with drama, whether it’s comedy or tragedy,” Pacino says. “I became more or less sort of serious about things.” JAKE COYLE (AP)
Today’s Top Stops
New Sony Console In Works Video Games Sony is poised to unveil the next PlayStation game console on Feb. 20, which would give the Japanese electronics company a head start over Microsoft’s expected announcement of an Xbox 360 successor in June. Sony Corp. has invited journalists to a press event that night in New York. The company has not said what it plans to show off, but signs indicate that it’ll be the PlayStation 4. Sony would say only that it “will deliver and speak about the future PlayStation business.” Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter said it’s a “super smart” move for Sony to pre-empt Microsoft. This way, the PlayStation 4 will get the spotlight without much competition. (AP) COMPILED BY FIONA ZUBLIN
COURTESY DYKE COLLECTION AND NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART
Shared-Art Space With so much great art in private collections, it’s nice when a collector donates holdings so everyone can see them. James T. Dyke’s collection of 19th- and 20thcentury French works is the basis of “Color, Line, Light,” which includes rarely seen works by big names including Delacroix, Monet, Degas and Cezanne. National Gallery of Art, 4th Street and Constitution Avenue NW; through May 26, free; 202-737-4215, Nga.gov. (Archives)
Who Removed My Cheese? Our favorite way to detox from D.C. Meat Week is D.C. Meat-Free Week, the period every year when we try to convince ourselves that giving up cheese is not even a big deal. Tonight, vegan bakery Sticky Fingers hosts a BBQ party, but if you can’t make that, there’s a week’s worth of cooking classes, tastings and brunches. Explore the schedule and RSVP at Dcvegan.org. Various locations; through Feb. 11; Dcvegan.org.
Learn the Beat Yourself If you saw the latest tour of “Fela!” (or caught the show one of the gazillion other times it’s come through D.C.), you might have wondered: How do they dance like that? Learn to do it yourself from cast members Daniel Soto and Malaiyka Reid. Sorry, klutzes, but this class is meant for dancers with some experience. THEARC, 1901 Mississippi Ave. SE; Mon., 6 p.m., $30; Thearcdc.org. (Southern Ave.)
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Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God This documentary takes an unflinching look at the scandal of abusive Catholic priests, focusing on the case of a pedophile who abused more than 200 boys at a Wisconsin school for the deaf.
Hoarders Fuzzie and Fred are middle-aged former punk rockers who still live like teenagers, filling their home with records, toys, mannequins, masks and other items. Later, the organizers work with Nancy, whose home is such a disaster that her niece fears she’ll die in there.
The Medical ‘Practice’ David E. Kelley mixes doctors and the law on ‘Monday Mornings’ Series Premieres TNT
Prolific television writer/
Mike & Molly Mike (Billy Gardell, right) goes to work renovating the basement as a living space for himself and Molly, but the project soon proves hazardous to his sanity — and his eyebrows. Carl invites Samuel to share his place.
Castle Castle and Beckett investigate a young woman’s murder and turn up evidence linking the crime to Sen. William Bracken, the man responsible for the death of Beckett’s mother. (TRIBUNE MEDIA)
not had a hit since “Boston Legal.” His new show, “Monday Mornings,” could change that. Based on a novel by CNN medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, the series allows Kelley to return to two of his strengths, the hospital soap opera (he created “Chicago Hope”) crossed with legal drama (he created “The Practice”).
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Ving Rhames stars as the trauma chief of a hospital in “Monday Mornings.”
Much of “Mornings” unfolds like your standard medical procedural. Better-than-average-looking surgeons ﬁght to save their patients and
to keep their hands off each other. Things get interesting when Harding Hooten (Alfred Molina) convenes all of the surgeons in a medical amphitheater to publicly review their recent successes and failures. Ving Rhames stars as Jorge Villanueva, the trauma chief who cares deeply. Hotshot neurosurgeon Tyler Wilson (Jamie Bamber) is similarly tortured by the need to be a surgeon-savior to every patient. A medical show with lawyerly leanings, “Mornings” avoids the obvious cuteness that has dogged Kelley’s work since “Ally McBeal.” For that reason alone, it has the potential to become appointment TV. KE VIN MCDONOUGH (UNIVERSAL UCLICK)
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“This portrait President George W. Bush painted of his dog Barney makes me want to see more of his work.” — @B_G_H is a fan of the 43rd president’s handiwork with a paintbrush. Barney, Bush’s Scottish terrier, died last week.
“Best and Worst thing for the #Caps, it’s already a shorten season.” — @T_MAC202 laments the
Capitals’ 2-6-1 start to the season after falling 3-6 to the Penguins at home Sunday.
“The ad isn’t racist. It is flattering, with a splash of ignorance. But that’s all. It is proof that Jamaican culture is and will always be relevant, despite the tiny size of the island. It also further proves my life-long theory that it’s the most copied culture.” — THEKEVINBURKEPROJECT.COM, who is of
Jamaican descent, holds no objections to the Volkswagen “Get Happy” Super Bowl commercial that features a character from Minnesota speaking with a Jamaican accent.
“If you are not the type of person to sing and dance along to infectious live music performed by an energetic and engaging cast, then FELA! may not be the show for you.” — PAMELASPUNCH.COM offers a quick review of the show — based on the life of Nigerian musician Fela Kuti — playing at Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Harman Hall through Feb. 10.
“Well, it certainly had all the ingredients to lure in the ‘Twilight’ audience. Hunky leading man and leading lady with a striking resemblance to Kristen Stewart, playing star-crossed lovers in a supernatural romance. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, ‘Warm Bodies’ impressive opening may hold true for awhile longer.” — TRAVIS HOPSON AT PUNCHDRUNK CRITICS.COM reacts to news that
the zombie inspired “Warm Bodies” had an opening weekend of $19.5 million in ticket sales.
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PAR SCORE 140-150, BEST SCORE 209
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You must let someone close to you know when you are out of sorts or you’re not likely to get the comfort you need when you need it. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You mustn’t try to explain everything that happens today, or you’ll simply get tangled up in seemingly conflicting details. ARIES (March 21-April 19) You are waiting for someone to apologize who is, in fact, waiting for you to do the same. Perhaps it’s time to let bygones be bygones! TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You can have a great deal of fun today while still getting things done that others are expecting. You admire someone new on the scene. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) It may seem to you as though the various aspects of your day don’t quite fit together — and indeed there are some random elements to acknowledge!
FOUR RACK TOTAL Make a 2-7-letter word from the letters in each row. Add points of each word using scoring directions at right. Seven-letter words get a 50-point bonus. Blank tiles used as any letter have no point value. Scrabble is a trademark of Hasbro in the U.S. and Canada.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) You will want to get all the facts before deciding on a course of action, for whatever you do will not be able to be undone. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) There are those who believe in what you are trying to do, and those who do not — but right now it might be difficult to tell who is who.
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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You’ll get a great deal more done today if you will accept the fact that not everything can be done exactly as you had planned.
Today: Sun giving way to clouds and cold today. A little snow tonight.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You’ll surely have to make adjustments today to suit changing circumstances. You mustn’t get stuck in your ways! SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You may want to be alone some of the time today, but you may not know how to arrange it. Don’t let yourself get frustrated or defensive. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You will be in a position of authority about a topic that others are just starting to learn. Dispense information judiciously. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You’re wondering how you can recapture some of the “good old days,” when in fact you should be looking forward.
38 31 Tomorrow: Partly sunny tomorrow. Mostly cloudy tomorrow night.
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‘I Choose No Messy Trial. I Choose No TMZ Coverage’ Frank Ocean says he won’t pursue criminal charges against Chris Brown, who is alleged to have punched Ocean. “As a child I thought if someone jumped me it would result in me murdering or mutilating a man,” Ocean wrote on his Tumblr page Saturday. “But as a man I am not a killer. I’m an artist and a modern person. I’ll choose sanity. No criminal charges. No civil lawsuit.” (AP)
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Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem are having a second child together, the New York Post’s Page Six reported. The pair, who married in 2010, have a 2-year-old son, Leo Encinas Bardem. “Nature is very wise and gives you nine months to prepare, but in that moment — when you see that face, you are transformed forever,” Cruz told Vogue in 2011. (EXPRESS)
Justin indicates where his career will go if he hits the sizzurp too hard.
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Amanda Bynes, threatened with eviction, moved out of her New York City apartment and into a hotel Friday, TMZ.com reported. She refused to stop smoking in the nonsmoking building, TMZ said. According to Usmagazine .com, Bynes left cigarette butts and dirty cotton swabs all over the apartment. (E XPRESS)
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Sizzurp! Gesundheit? Justin Bieber was photographed at a party where a large bottle of cough syrup with codeine was present, according to TMZ.com. Photos obtained by TMZ apparently also show Bieber and rappers Lil Za and Lil Twist rolling blunts, with double cups — drug paraphernalia used to consume a codeine mixture known as “sizzurp” — nearby. Bieber was photographed drinking out of a double cup. “some of these rumors about me are getting a little out of control now. dont believe the bs,” Bieber tweeted Saturday. (E XPRESS)
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Selena Gomez was seen leaving Justin Bieber’s home Saturday morning, Usmagazine.com reported. The pair were thought to have split (and may have — it’s not known whether Gomez was visiting in a romantic capacity). “It never ends,” said a source of the on-again, off-again couple. “It’s such drama with them.” (EXPRESS)
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