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3 Killed in Shooting Near Auburn U. Arizona voters will decide the successor to Rep. Gabrielle Giffords ‘ congressional seat in a special election Tuesday. Former Giffords aide and Democratic candidate Ron Barber faces Jesse Kelly.
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Creflo Dollar is one of the most prominent African-American preachers based around Atlanta. He has a 30,000-member church in the Atlanta area and satellite churches across the U.S. He was arrested Friday after his 15-year-old daughter called 911 and said she and her father argued when he said she couldn’t go to a party. A police report says the girl told a deputy her father put his hands around her throat, punched her and hit her with his shoe. The deputy noted a scratch on her neck. (AP)
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Armed men ambushed and killed seven U.N. peacekeepers trying to protect villagers in Ivory Coast on Friday and more than 40 of their colleagues who stayed to guard from more attacks remain in danger, the U.N. said. Hundreds of villagers were fleeing the area near the Liberian border. (AP)
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2 Attacks on Christians Kill at Least 6 in Nigeria A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives Sunday outside a church in central Nigeria as gunmen attacked another church in the nation’s northeast, killing at least six people and wounding dozens of others in the latest attacks targeting Christians in a nation increasingly divided by faith, officials and witnesses said. A radical Islamist sect known as Boko Haram claimed the attacks. (AP)
Spain’s grinding economic misery will get worse this year, despite the country’s request for a European financial lifeline of up to $125 billion to save its banks, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Sunday. A day after the country conceded it needed outside help following months of denying it would seek assistance, Rajoy said more Spaniards will lose their jobs in a country where one out of every four are already unemployed. “This year is going to be a bad one,” Rajoy said Sunday. He added that the economy, stuck in its second recession in three years, will still contract the predicted 1.7 per-
The deterioration of Spain’s banks and the need for a rescue was threatening to bankrupt its government. That would likely cause far more pain for Europe than the smaller economies of Greece, Portugal and Ireland, which have received bailouts.
Investors need reassurance. They’re already worried about Greece’s vote on June 17, which is putting its $170 billion bailout at stake and could force Greece to exit the euro — an outcome that would raise fears that another, bigger country might be next.
A big fear is that Europe’s troubles could cross the Atlantic. Spain’s bailout eases pressure on President Obama as well as the world economy, since the U.S. and such developing countries as China and Brazil rely on Europeans to buy their exports. (AP)
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Libya Delays Elections For National Assembly Libya’s national assembly election has been pushed back to July 7 from June 19, the head of the country’s election panel said Sunday. The move aims to give candidates more time to campaign and voters more time to register. The assembly will write a new constitution and form a new government, and its election will be Libya’s first national vote in the post-Moammar Gadhafi era. (AP)
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8[W]eeZfWii[d][h Let riders get off before you board a train. Don’t board a train, go through a turnstile or get off an escalator and immediately stop. We know, we know: You’re new here and you don’t know where to go. But if you stop short, everyone behind you is forced to stop, and they will not like this. Keep moving and step off to the side until you get your bearings. Give your seat to someone who is pregnant, elderly, disabled or nursing a broken limb. Don’t block the doors of a bus or train; if you need to be near the doorway because of crowding, step off at stops to let other people out, then get back on. It can be done quickly.
The train doors aren’t like elevator doors; they won’t automatically reopen if you stick your arm through. So don’t do that. And don’t block a door, because if it can’t close properly, the train could be off-loaded and everyone in the station will know it’s all your fault.
There often are planned delays because of track work. There also are lots of unexpected delays that will definitely arise when you are already running late and have an important presentation.
MWjY^oekhlWbkWXb[i If you’re using something like an iPad or iPhone and you’re sitting near the door, be careful. Someone could grab your device and dash just before the doors close. Generally be careful no matter where you’re sitting or standing, really.
De\eeZehZh_da Yes, you will see other people breaking this rule. Maybe even every time you ride. But you shouldn’t do it . We bot h k now you’re better than that.
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J^[fh_Y[e\WIcWhJh_fYWhZ$ Get one. It makes going through the turnstiles a lot faster than the paper farecards. You can buy them at Metro sales offices, some stations and many retail stores. Visit Wmata.com/fares/smartrip for more on that.
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Capital Pride Draws Thousands LGBT festival-goers beat heat to celebrate community, causes
badly,” Kerstetter said. “What they do is incredible. I love everything they stand for. “D.C. is a great place for being gay, and I just want people to be happy and be themselves for a weekend,” said Kerstetter, 23, who came out when she was 14.
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Capital Pride, one of the largest Pride Day gatherings in the country, welcomed thousands of visitors to its event a few blocks from Capitol Hill. More than 300 vendors waved rainbow flags while participants raised awareness for nonprofit organizations, gay rights and sexual health. The festival aims to celebrate and embrace being part of the LGBT community, and the scorching heat did not deter participants who moved among the booths and displays. The festival comes after a tumultuous but triumphant few months for the LGBT community, including the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy being overturned, President Obama’s recent open support for same-sex marriage and Maryland’s passage of a law allowing same-sex marriage. But groups in Maryland have been collecting signatures to
Sylvana Christopher, left, at the Joy of Motion booth, dances with Arysai Wright, 4, during the annual Capital Pride Festival on Pennsylvania Avenue Sunday afternoon.
put a gay marriage referendum on November’s ballot. Heather Kerstetter spent her 23rd birthday visiting the festival booths. It was the ﬁrst time attending Capital Pride for Kerstetter, who
moved to D.C. in August. She said the festival was much bigger than one she attended in Orlando, Fla. Her favorite booth: Human Rights Campaign. “I want to work for them so
Marylanders for Marriage Equality were out in full force at the festival, asking passersby if they lived in the state and urging them to sign the petition. Ilyssa Yousem, 20, a volunteer, said she was well-received at the festival. “Everyone wants to sign, everyone’s so supportive,” Yousem said. “It doesn’t hurt that the president is supportive too.” M A R I S S A E VA N S (THE WASHINGTON POST )
UVa.’s First Female President Set to Resign University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan is stepping down as president A u g . 1 5 . T h e an nounc ement was Sullivan made Sunday by Sullivan and the Board of Visitors of the Charlottesville university. Sullivan said in a statement that while she and the board have “philosophical differences,” she treasures her time at U.Va. Sullivan was the first woman to lead the unversity. (AP) B7H=E"C:$
Air Quality Alert Issued Prince George’s County fire officials are warning residents to be aware of unhealthy air quality. Fire officials say a Code Orange air quality alert has been issued for Monday. The alert is issued when ozone is expected to reach unhealthy levels for sensitive groups, such as children and those with lung diseases. (AP) M7I>?D=JED
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Some Unions Merit Aid From Va. Republicans have been emphatic and victorious recently in cutting unions out of tax-supported projects, arguing that they drive up costs. But there are some exceptions. One day after Republican Gov. Robert McDonnell forced a major Virginia transit project to back off a union-friendly labor agreement, he gleefully trumpeted $4 million in state incentives for the NFL’s allunion Washington Redskins. Before that, he had approved state incentives totaling $3.5 million for Steven Spielberg’s heavily unionized production of “Lincoln,” ﬁlmed in Richmond last fall. McDonnell says both are eco-
Va. Gov. Robert McDonnell backed some union-friendly projects, but not Metro.
nomic development projects that will repay the investments many times over while union preferences on the Dulles rail project would only cost taxpayers more. Democratic state Sen. J. Chapman Petersen — a Redskins fan
and season ticket holder — believes McDonnell got snookered. “The Redskins have been and will be a very proﬁtable business. The chances that they were leaving Loudoun County were zero,” he said. McDonnell defends the football and movie enticements as economic development projects that repay initial investments many times over. The $6 billion project to extend the Silver Line to Dulles International Airport, he said, is a much different proposition. “What we can’t do is drive up the cost of a project that’s already about the most expensive public works project in the country — $250 million a mile.” McDonnell said. BOB LEWIS (AP)
UMd. President Makes Research Trip to Asia 9ebb[FWha"CZ$ University of Maryland President Wallace Loh is in Asia, visiting South Korea and Taiwan to lay the groundwork for new research and educational partnerships, according to the university. Loh is scheduled to meet with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou on Monday. The Taiwanese president once served as a research consultant at the university’s School of Law, according to the university. The trip is the third to the region for Loh, the university said. (AP)
Police say they are investigating what they say was the intentional crash of an SUV into a downtown Washington office building in the 1000 block of Connecticut Avenue NW on Friday. Police said the driver sustained minor injuries. The building is less than a mile from the White House. (AP)
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Ced[o ?\OekÊh[)+ How much will I need to invest each year for retirement? LOW FIGURE: You’ll need 80 percent of your pre-retirement income when you retire at 65. You make an annual salary of $50,000. If you’re 35 with no savings, CNN Money recommends saving $6,650 annually, adjusted for 2.5 percent inflation. (This assumes you’ll get Social Security.) HIGH FIGURE: Charles Schwab says you need to save $11,200 annually under the same scenario.
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Calculate how much retirement savings you’ll realistically need MWdjjej[hh_\ooekhi[b\" carefree 20-something? Divide 1 million by 40 — the number of years until retirement — and you’ll see a nice round 25,000. That’s how much, in dollars, you’d need to save each year if you were stufﬁng money under a mattress to save your $1 million retirement nest egg. Thankfully, this is not how you save for retirement. “The calculation of ‘I need $1 million dollars by 65, so I’ll divide by 40 ... is dramatically off,” said Antwone Harris, a certiﬁed ﬁnancial planner with Charles Schwab in the District. “It’s not accounting for compounding interest or rates of return.” But those compounding interest rates mean one
complicated thing: You must invest your savings as soon as possible. Why? According to Ameriprise Financial, waiting even one year can have dramatic effects. If you invest $5,000 every year beginning at age 30 instead of 31, you will have $109,000 in additional savings, assuming an 8 percent compounded annual interest rate. So how much should you invest? And how important is it to start investing every spare penny you make in your 20s? Too many factors go into the calculation to generalize, so we used CNN Money and Charles Schwab Money-wise retirement calculators to get ballpark ﬁgures of what you should be saving.
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?\OekÊh[(+ How much will I need to invest each year for retirement? LOW FIGURE: It’s assumed that you’ll need 80 percent of your preretirement income when you retire at 65. Let’s say you make $50,000 a year. If you’re 25 and have no savings, CNN Money says you should be saving $4,550 annually, adjusted for 2.5 percent inflation. (This assumes you’ll get Social Security benefits. More good news: Some experts do not think Social Security will exist in 40 years.)
CNN Money says you will need $1.4 million or $577,458 in today’s dollars. Charles Schwab says you will need almost $1.3 million in future dollars.
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?\OekÊh[*+ How much will I need to invest each year for retirement? LOW FIGURE: You’ll need 80 percent of your pre-retirement income when you retire at 65. Let’s say your annual salary is $50,000. If you’re 45 and haven’t saved anything, shame on you. Still, CNN Money suggests you should be saving $9,850 annually, adjusted for 2.5 percent inflation. (This assumes you’ll get Social Security.) HIGH FIGURE: Charles Schwab says you need to save $20,300 annually for the same scenario.
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HIGH FIGURE: Charles Schwab MoneyWise Calculator offers a higher figure. If you’re 25 and plan to retire at 65 with 80 percent of your pre-retirement income, and expect to receive Social Security benefits, you need to save $6,900 annually.
How much will I need? CNN Money assumes you will need $1.9 million ($572,283 in today’s dollars) to retire at 65, with a life expectancy of 85. Charles Schwab estimates you will need $1.8 million in future dollars.
CNN Money says you will need $1.1 million ($582,681 in today’s dollars). Charles Schwab estimates you will need $1 million in future dollars.
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Swapping Careers Smoothly 9Wh[[h9eWY^ Have you ever seen a job posting that looks like a great opportunity … if only you met the qualifications? It may not be exactly what you “do,” but don’t let fear, a lack of confidence or the perception that you don’t possess the correct combination of necessary skills prevent you from applying for a position you think you would love. Here are steps you can take to give yourself the conﬁdence to move forward and apply: Do your research. Learn as much as you possibly can in the time you have about the position and the organization. Talk to others in the ﬁeld. Ask about the compet it ive la ndscape a nd best practices. This will help you get a clear idea of the position and the skills it will require. Seek out honest feedback. If you haven’t already, seek out people you trust and ask them to honestly and critically assess you, ideally multiple people. Ask them to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. Be sure they are willing to be very honest. Weigh the advice. Take the feedback you received and determine if your strengths and weaknesses align with the opportunity. Use the advice to improve. Find transferable skills. Take a hard look at your experience. Determine how what you’ve done in your career has prepared you for this opportunity. Seek input from a successful leader in the ﬁeld you are pursuing. Go for it! If you’ve done your homework and really prepared, you have little to lose. Even if you don’t get the position, people will now perceive you as a contender. They will see you in a positive light. You still have your job, and you’ve likely opened some new doors. KEN WHITE (CAPITAL BUSINESS)
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‘Culture of Corruption’ MWi^_d]jed Four years ago, as Mayor Adrian Fenty faced an increasingly disaffected electorate, a trio of D.C. Council members began positioning themselves for greater power. One would ride Fenty’s troubles to become the city’s next mayor. Another would rise to capture the council chairmanship. A third would assume more inﬂuence over the District’s economic development projects with an eye on citywide ofﬁce himself. Vincent Gray, Kwame Brown and Harry Thomas Jr. were viewed by their supporters as homegrown heirs to the best parts of former mayor Marion Barry’s legacy. They were African American Democrats who understood the city’s complex racial history and hoped to shape its future. They would redeem a generation of black political leadership tainted by Barry’s personal foibles and ﬁscal mismanagement. Instead, the men have plunged the District into a new round of crisis, triggering reminders of the worst aspects of the Barry era and fears that the city’s political culture is regressing. Last week, Brown resigned the council chairmanship before admitting to bank fraud and a campaignﬁnance violation. Thomas relin-
THOMAS GORE Gray campaign’s assistant treasurer Pleaded guilty in May to charges that he made illegal campaign contributions to Sulaimon Brown and destroyed records documenting payoffs.
quished his seat in January and is on his way to jail for embezzling $353,500 in taxpayer funds. Federal investigators have secured guilty pleas from two Gray campaign aides on felony charges that include destroying records. The probe is ongoing; Gray, who ran for ofﬁce with the slogan “Character, Integrity, Leadership,” has denied wrongdoing. “Politicians will say there’s a culture of corruption, and often people say it’s rhetoric,” said Bryan Weaver, a Democratic activist. “But when it comes to D.C., there’s a culture of corruption that really exists. What gets passed off as politics as usual are huge ethical lapses.” Yet for all the familiar talk of
The downfall of Harry Thomas Jr. and Kwame Brown might represent the chance for generational change in D.C. politics. Marion Barry, 76 and beginning his third council term, is approaching the end of his political career. But who will take their places? Because of its nonstate status, the District has been viewed as a political dead end. Even if a candidate makes it to the council, or the mayor’s office, the horizon after that does not include a governor’s job or a U.S. Senate seat. As a result, party leaders have struggled to draw talent. (T WP) malfeasance engulfing the D.C. government, Washington is far different from when Barry presided. Under Barry, whose rise from modest roots to the mayoralty crystallized the aspirations of African Americans, blacks obtained city jobs and contracts that had long been the domain of whites.
Legions of black youngsters got work through Barry’s summer jobs program, winning him the loyalty of a generation of District natives. White Democrats embraced Barry as well, at least in his early years, as a symbol of racial progress. Now, with the waves of afﬂuent newcomers who have moved to the
District, “many people in this town do not rely on the government,” said former council member William Lightfoot. “Their personal daily lives are not affected.” The current investigations are distinct from those that deﬁned the District during the 1980s and early 1990s. Fourteen Barry administration ofﬁcials were convicted of or pleaded guilty to crimes stemming from ofﬁcial duties.
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Thomas pleaded guilty in January on two felony counts — one of embezzling $353,500 of public funds via a nonprofit youth program he controlled from May 2007 to August 2009, and a second count of not reporting $346,000 on his 2007, 2008 and 2009 tax returns. In May, he was sentenced to three years in prison.
SULAIMON BROWN Former mayoral candidate Has said Gray campaign staffers gave him cash and money orders to disparage then-mayor Adrian Fenty in the 2010 primary campaign and was promised a job in Gray’s administration.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office and the FBI are conducting an investigation into certain aspects of Gray’s 2010 mayoral campaign finances and hiring practices. In May, two people involved in his campaign fundraising pleaded guilty to making illegal contributions and payments to a third candidate to disparage then-mayor Adrian Fenty.
HOWARD BROOKS Gray campaign consultant Pleaded guilty in May to charges that he lied to federal investigators about giving cash or money orders to Sulaimon Brown for discrediting Fenty.
The former D.C. Council chairman resigned and pleaded guilty to bank fraud Friday after being charged in federal court for falsifying bank records to obtain a home-equity loan and boat. He was also charged with and pleaded guilty to misdemeanor use of 2008 campaign funds. He will be sentenced in September.
JEANNE CLARKE HARRIS Gray campaign consultant Her home and office were searched by federal investigators in March, but she has not been charged with any wrongdoing, nor has she commented on the probe.
JEFFREY THOMPSON Gray campaign financier, prominent city contractor His campaign contributions to D.C. council members are under investigation. His home and office were also searched in March, but he has not been charged with wrongdoing.
Yet what caught the world’s attention was the FBI surveillance tape capturing Barry smoking crack, a crime for which he was convicted of a single misdemeanor drug-possession charge. In recent years, investigators have questioned or probed spending by seven council members. The current investigations concern a “breach of public trust,” said Anita Bonds, who chairs the D.C. Democratic Party. Barry’s troubles, she said, centered on personal weakness. Now, she said, “We’re disappointed, and we’re disappointed in a different way. “People thought they had made the best choices, and people were pleased with those choices,” Bonds added. “Whenever things don’t work out the way you envisioned it, you can second-guess yourself.” PAUL S CH WA RT ZM A N A ND MIK E DEB ONI S (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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NATIONALS (7 P.M., MASN) The Nats hope to stay hot against the Toronto Blue Jays, who are at .500 in their past ten games. STANLEY CUP FINALS (8 P.M., NBC) The Los Angeles Kings take another crack at winning the title at home in the Staples Center against the Devils. TENNIS (7 A.M., NBCSN) The men’s French Open final resumes after Sunday’s match between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic was postponed. EURO 2012 (11:45 A.M., 2:30 P.M. ESPN) France takes on England and Ukraine faces Sweden in Group D play.
The Nationals’ Bryce Harper scores the go-ahead run in the ninth inning, off of a Roger Bernadina double to right field, on Sunday. Harper scored from first on the play.
Nats Complete the Sweep Harper’s late-game spark powers team to win over Red Sox J^[DWj_edWbi Bryce Harper wanted in. He barely spoke to his manager after he learned he would not be starting Sunday afternoon, his first day off in 37 major league games. He told everyone his sore back did not need a day of rest. He smoldered for eight innings in the Washington Nationals’ dugout, until Davey Johnson could keep Harper bridled no longer. Harper turned from a grumpy phenom back into a 19-year-old shock of energy. The Nationals and Boston Red Sox played to a draw for eight
C[Wdm^_b[$$$ Matt Wieters doubled in Adam Jones (10) in the bottom of the 10th, and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 Sunday to extend their run of successive extra-inning victories to nine. Steve Tolleson hit a three-run homer for the Orioles, who bounced back from a 4-1 deficit to keep Philadelphia starter Cliff Lee winless. (AP)
innings, and then Harper came off the bench to score the winning run in Washington’s 4-3 victory at Fenway Park. Harper drew a one-out walk off closer Alfredo Aceves in the ninth, and then scored from ﬁrst base on Roger Bernadina’s clutch, two-out double to right ﬁeld. The Nationals swept the Red Sox, another statement for the emerging young team with the second-best record in baseball. They last came into Fenway in 2006, and they lost brutally three times after sending Livan Hernandez, Tony Armas and Shawn Hill to the mound. This time around, they swept Boston behind Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez and Jordan Zimmer-
Ç?ad[m_jmWi cWoXe_d]jeX[ WYbei[fbWoWjj^[ fbWj[$J^Wda\kbbo" _jmWidÊj$È — BRYCE HARPER, ON HIS GO-AHEAD RUN IN THE NINTH INNING SUNDAY.
mann, who on Sunday allowed three runs over seven innings. They are not what they used to be. The Nationals won despite their No. 2 through 5 hitters going a combined 0 for 15 with a walk and six strikeouts. They overcame the void in the middle of their lineup with two doubles from Danny Espinosa, who gave the Nationals the lead in the seventh inning
J^[Cedjh[Wb;nfeiÊh[YehZWj<[dmWoFWha$ The franchise, since moving to Washington, was 0-3 at the Red Sox home field prior to this series. The Nationals are 128-137 all-time in interleague play.
with a two-run double off the Wall. Tyler Clippard converted his toughest save yet, holding a one-run lead in the ninth by striking out Dustin Pedroia to end the game after allowing a one-out walk. During the at-bat, Boston manager Bobby Valentine stormed out of the dugout to argue a strike and was quickly ejected by home plate umpire Alan Porter. But when the Nationals needed a run, they turned to Harper. He came to the plate with one out and the bases empty, and Aceves gave Harper nothing. He started him with three straight curveballs, only one of them of a strike, and that one barely over the inside corner. Harper spit on a low fastball and then took another fastball for ball four. Up came Bernadina. He took a close ball, just off the inside corner, on 1-2. On 2-2, Harper took off with the pitch, which Bernadina crushed into right ﬁeld, a line drive to the corner. Right fielder Ryan Sweeney cut off the ball, but Harper never hesitated. Third base coach Bo Porter windmilled him home. As Harper rounded third, his helmet nearly f lew off his head. Adrian Gonzalez gathered Sweeney’s throw and ﬁred it home. Harper’s speed was too much. He slid in feet ﬁrst, tapping the plate and then pumping his ﬁst. ADAM KILGORE (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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Clash of Titans Ends With Draw Spain, Italy open tourney with multiple blown opportunities
Rain Ruins Final Match At French J[dd_i Whoever is going to make history at the French Open will have to wait at least one more day. The ﬁnal between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic was called for the day because of rain Sunday with Nadal clinging to a 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 1-2 lead. Nadal, going for his record seventh French Open title, and Djokovic, trying to become the ﬁrst man in 43 years to win four straight major titles, played under a light drizzle for much of the match, which also included a 34-minute interruption in the second set. Not long after they returned after the ﬁrst delay, the rain started again. Court Philippe-Chatrier kept absorbing more water, but the players had to beat the mushy mess of waterlogged clay out of their shoes on virtually every point. As he was preparing to serve down 2-0 in the fourth set, Nadal took one of the saturated tennis balls and tossed it toward the chair umpire. Nadal, who had lost the previous eight games, won his serve. But on the changeover, play was called and the rain kept coming into the evening. EDDIE PELLS (AP)
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A ballboy accompanies Rafael Nadal off the court during a rain delay Sunday.
Spain and Italy played out a highclass 1-1 draw at the European Championship on Sunday in Warsaw, Poland. The winners of the past two World Cups brought different styles into the Group C opener at Gdansk, Poland, but matched each other, trading goals in the second half. Spanish defender Sergio Ramos, right, battles Italian forward Mario Balotelli Sunday.
Italy’s defense soaked up Spanish passing moves before taking the lead through substitute Antonio Di Natale in the 61st minute. Spain started without a tradi-
tional center forward, using Cesc Fabregas as the attacking spearhead, and the Barcelona midﬁelder equalized in the 64th. Fernando Torres came into the European Championship hoping
a late-season surge with Chelsea would restore his conﬁdence, but instead the Spain striker ﬂuffed several opportunities Sunday. Italian striker Mario Balotelli, 21, earned one yellow card and
Devils Hoping for History, Again Fhe>eYa[o Forget the Stanley Cup coronation for the Los Angeles Kings. The New Jersey Devils suddenly have made things a lot more uncertain. How uncertain? While the Kings are still a victory away from the ﬁrst Cup in the club’s 45-year history, the Devils are only two wins short of pulling off a feat in the ﬁnals that no team has managed for 70 years, rebounding from an 0-3 deﬁcit. The Devils have the Kings wondering what’s going on for the ﬁrst time in the postseason. This marks the ﬁrst time they have lost con-
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secutive games in this year’s playoffs. The Devils, meanwhile, have already made ﬁnals history and now have the chance for more. Game 6 is Monday night in Los Angeles.
Only the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs came back in a best-of-seven ﬁnals and won. Three years later, the Detroit Red Wings rallied from a 3-0 deﬁcit to tie the series, but they lost Game 7 to Toronto. Those were the only other two teams to come back from 0-3 to force a Game 6 until the Devils. “It’s a difﬁcult thing to get yourself ready for games like that,” Devils goalie Martin Brodeur said. “Now it’s been two (must-win) in a row. I think that’s what the guys have been concentrating on all day, leaving nothing out there. ... Now we are going to L.A. again to try to ruin the party again.” (AP)
M_h[jeM_h[0 Joey Logano would not let this one go. With eight of 160
laps remaining, Mark Martin passed Logano for the race lead, but five laps later, Logano nudged Martin out of the way, retook the lead and grabbed the victory in Sunday’s Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway. The victory is just his second career victory. Logano also becomes the first driver to win after starting from the pole this season. (AP)
Mario Mandzukic scored twice for Croatia, who beat Ireland, 3-1, to round out Group C play in Poznan, Poland, Sunday. Croatia moved to the top of Group C with three points. Ireland’s lone goal, which equalized the game in the 19th, came from Sean St. Ledger. (AP)
nearly another, then wasted his best scoring chance by inexplicably waiting too long to shoot. The draw ended a 14-match winning streak for Spain in competitive matches. (AP)
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“Political Animals” This sixepisode miniseries, from the guy behind the clever but soon-forgotten “Jack and Bobby,” stars Sigourney Weaver as a former first lady who unsuccessfully ran for president and is now the secretary of state. Begins July 15 on USA
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“Twenty Twelve” I don’t have the time or the energy to watch much of London’s Olympics, but I am rooting for this British mockumentary that stars “Downton Abbey’s” Hugh Bonneville as the head of a logistics team assigned to solve the mix-ups that come with hosting the Summer Games. Begins June 28 on BBC America
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who are flexible, who are nimble in dea ling w it h unex pected situations,” says Sara Dumont, director of AU Abroad, American University’s study-abroad office (Auabroad.american.edu). “They want to see people who are able to get along with others who are different from themselves, who can work in groups and analyze situations and deal with them. Students get all of these things when they study abroad.” Pazoles now works at a political consulting firm in D.C., where she draws upon her international experience every day. “It has definitely given me a leg up,” she says.
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while she was an undergraduate at Cornell University. So when it came time for graduate school, a program with an option to spend time in another country was a must: “I’ve traveled a bit internationally, but I never really had the experience of immersing myself in another culture. “My friends who studied abroad had really great stories and memories, and I felt like I had missed out on an awesome experience that would contribute to my evolution as a person,” says Pazoles, 28. So while getting her master’s in Middle East studies at George Washington University (Gwu. edu), Pazoles spent a semester in
Beirut, followed by a summer in Damascus, Syria. “It was good to learn more about the cultures I was studying just by being around people, getting their views of current events and politics, and talking to them about their beliefs and what they wanted for their country. You can’t get that from a book,” she says.
The experience also helped Pazoles grow personally. “I got to be really good at just going with the flow; you never really know what you’re going to come across when trying to find a house in Damascus,” she says. Study ing abroad can be a transformative experience for any student, but it can have more of an impact on grad students, who are more focused academically, than on undergraduates, who might pick a program in London or Paris simply because they’ve always wanted to visit that city. “Graduate students are more self-aware and self-directed,” says Tanith Fowler Corsi, assistant vice
president for global education at the Catholic University of America (Cge.cua.edu). “If they’re making time in their academic career to go overseas, they’re much more appreciative of the experience and really focus on getting the most of out it.” Graduate-level students in particular can develop specific skills that wind up benefiting their careers. “If someone has that extra advantage of studying overseas, their résumé will definitely be on the top of the pile,” says Corsi. She says that’s even truer in competitive job markets like D.C. “Employers like to see people
It’s also made it easier for her to learn about other cultures quickly when she’s traveling for work. “When we go to work in a new country, I’m really excited to learn about not just the facts and demographics but what the customs are, what’s considered rude and polite in that country. It’s important to be sensitive to things like that, and my time abroad made me more sensitive.” Bennet Voorhees majored in economics and Chinese while an undergraduate at the University of Oregon. He wanted to strengthen his understanding of both subject areas, so he went to China through Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced Studies (SAIS) (Saisjhu.edu). He earned a master’s in international studies from SAIS’s Center for Chinese and American Studies (Nanjing.jhu.edu), which is jointly run by Johns Hopkins and Nanjing University. Continued on page E4
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Classes were taught in Mandarin, and Voorhees even had to write his thesis in the language. “I had to deal with a whole other way of getting work done,” says Voorhees, 25. “When you have to think about something analytically in another language, you just develop another kind of thought process,” he says. Voorhees uses the skills he gained studying in China in his job at an international finance
and development agency in D.C. Studying abroad “taught me what resourceful means, which really helps me with my job now, where I’m dealing with a lot of different data sets and people from different cultures all of the time,” he says. For students who want to work in a field with any kind of international reach, actually spending time in another country offers a chance to speak with authority about other cultures. “If you’ve never left this country and you’re pretending to be an expert on things that are international,
your argument doesn’t bear quite as much weight as if you can point to some experience living abroad,” says Bonnie Wilson, associate dean at SAIS. “I wanted to focus on international security and development, so it seemed like a no-brainer,” says Megan Nathan, 26, who earned her master’s degree in government with a specialization in counterterrorism and homeland security from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel (Portal.idc.ac.il), and now works for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. “Israel has
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Chinese-language charter schools when I was growing up in Rhode Island in the ’80s. My family may have come from Russia a century ago, but I heard nary a “do svidanya” from my parents. So how on earth did I learn Russian, French, Chinese and enough Kazakh to translate the news? I ran press conferences in Russian, located lost luggage in Chinese and read Guy de Maupassant in French. There are people out there who speak all of these languages better than I do, but I learned them all — without shortcuts. It wasn’t easy. But, to quote Stephen Colbert: I am America, and so can you. That is to say, I was born and bred in the U.S.A., yet I figured it out – and have some suggestions for you (or
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CWa[j^[Yecc_jc[dj$ You didn’t think you could make the varsity basketball team without shooting hundreds of layups, right? As with any skill, languages need to be practiced and honed. You probably won’t be able to put in that kind of practice unless your heart is really in it. Pick a language
you love and are motivated to keep studying. I made the commitment to learn Russian when I was reading Nikolai Gogol as a college freshman and with typical undergraduate intensity decided I simply had to understand the tragic Russian soul. If you’re not dreaming of reading Tolstoy in the original, whispering sweet nothings to a Parisian demoiselle, or starting the next Google in Shanghai, it may be time to re-evaluate whether you really want to learn that language, or whether it’s just another halfhearted New Year’s resolution.
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Take a hard class that really teaches you grammar. If you’re not learning declensions and verb conjugations in your first weeks of Foreign Language 101, you’re wasting your time. Troops go to boot camp before they deploy. It’s the same deal for languages, except instead of ammo magazines, you’ll need boxes of notecards for vocabulary and verb tenses. If you’re not doing homework and drilling vocabulary nearly every day, you will have a hard time making steady progress. Build at least a few minutes of study into your daily routine. The Metro is a great place to flip through your vocab notecards.
Ef[doekhcekj^$ In all the language programs I’ve ever been part of — and I’ve
sampled quite a few — having the opportunity and gumption to speak regularly is critical. If you aren’t speaking in class, it’s like reading “Juggling for Dummies” without picking up any balls. Force yourself. Not only does speaking give you practice for the real thing, it reinforces the knowledge that you have just acquired, cementing it in your brain. And keep in mind that when your luggage is lost in an airport in remote southwest China, you won’t get it back by telepathy. Trust me — I’ve tried. Now there are even foreignlanguage practice websites and channels on YouTube that let you practice speaking, so you can interact and get feedback on your oral skills wherever you are. Try BBC Languages (Bbc.co.uk/
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Stone equivalent). Now what? Time to test your mettle in reallife situations: Do you know how to ask whether a store in China has shampoo? Or what to say to the customs agent who frisks you at the Russian border? For that kind of fluency, you need in-count r y immersion, preferably at least four to six months. If you’re a student, a semester or year abroad is ideal. If you’re gainfully employed,
there are other options. Take a twoweek studycation at a language institute in a warm-weather area of your desired country. Go between jobs. Apply for a scholarship, such as the Fulbright (Fulbright.state. gov) or the Critical Language Scholarship (Clscholarship.org), which are both run by the U.S. State Department. Or find a place to volunteer with native speakers.
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=[jW`eX$ A f t er d at i ng, t he ne x t b e s t thing for learning a language is getting a job that requires using it. There’s nothing that concentrates the mind like an assignment with no shortcuts.
While studying in Moscow in 2000, I took an internship that required me to cold-call people in Russian. I’ve never looked at a phone with so much horror before or since. (I was comforted to discover the guy who answered the phone at the Korean Embassy had a worse accent in Russian than I did.) I was constantly forced to be on my game. Sure enough, within a couple of years I was giving press conferences in confident Russian. Bonus: Professional-level lan-
guage skills are a huge leg up in a tough job market.
:edÊjbei[_j$ Some people can go years without practice and pick up where they left off. Not so for others of us, and certainly not for languages that aren’t deeply ingrained. I haven’t spoken Kazakh since 2007, and it’s virtually gone. Solution: Return to Step No. 1. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200. Depressing? Si, un poco. But not letting all your hard work slip away is critical, and perhaps the
hardest part of all. My advice: Call your old friends abroad regularly, meet native speakers at home, watch movies, listen to foreign music and read the literature. My wife, Hannah, calls me an overscheduled child for all my language activities: Chinese class on Wednesdays, Russian happy hour on Thursdays, and on and on. Keep the f lame alive, and ma ke sure you remember why you undertook this crazy language quest in the first place. ANDREW EIL (FOR E XPRESS)
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a master’s in zoology and a Ph.D. in ecology, then took a postdoctoral position in the geography department at the University of Georgia, studying with a guy who worked on “fluvial geomorphology” — how rivers affect the life in and around them. The intersection of all those fields plus his passion pretty much sealed the deal.
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Michael Paul, a senior scientist at Tetra Tech, specializes in “bioassessment,” which ultimately determines streams’ health.
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is in “bioassessment” — counting the types and numbers of fish and insects in a stream to determine how healthy the stream is. A healthy stream has clean water and the right naturally occurring chemical balance so fish and wildlife can thrive. Insects serve as a useful yardstick for measuring stream quality, because they are often the first animals to be affected by pollution — so the kinds and numbers of bugs in the water can indicate how polluted a stream is. Paul’s data helps states set legal limits for nutrient runoff in streams. When fertilizer runoff from lawns or farms enters a stream, algae take over and choke the stream, creating a “dead zone.” It sounds like a fiddly topic, but “a lot of lawsuits” have been filed over states’ failure to set nutrient runoff limits, Paul says.
>em>[=ejJ^_i@eX0Paul got a Bachelor of Arts degree (instead of a more focused Bachelor of Science degree) in biology at Colgate University in New York, “which I’m really happy about. The B.A. degree meant I had to learn how to write and communicate.” He followed up with
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>emOek9Wd=[jJ^_i@eX0 If getting as much higher education as Paul did fills you with dread, fear not — most of Paul’s colleagues have master’s degrees only. Having a firm grasp of science is important, but more important, he says, is being able to write about and talk about your work. “It’s one of those things schools don’t really teach all that well, but when you go into a consulting track in environmental science, it’s a skill that differentiates some performers from others.” RACHEL KAUFMAN (FOR EXPRESS)
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The most important parts of an internship are: one, the handson experience the student gets, and two, the networking. When it comes to the hands-on experience, if you were the employer, who would you choose? The student with professional workplace experience or the student without? There’s a lot less risk involved if you’re choosing t he st udent w it h inter nship experience on their résumé. When it comes to the networking, you never, never know where these relationships can take you. People you meet at your internships can really play a pivotal role in your career for the rest of your life. What’s the ﬁrst step to ﬁnding an internship?
Establish your experience level. If you’ve had no experience, you are going to want to apply to a variety of businesses. You can
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Lauren Berger did 15 internships in college. She says that was about 13 too many.
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always think big and go after that dream company when you’ve had no experience, but you also want to be practical and realistic. Is it better to do lots of internships or stick with one place?
No one needs 15 internships like I had. I suggest that every college student have two internships on t heir résumé before t hey graduate. What’s the most common mistake people make when applying?
The biggest mistake I see is that students get lazy and their cover letters are addressed to the wrong people, there are spelling errors. Continued on page E12
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We had a student spell her email address incorrectly the other day on a rĂŠsumĂŠ. You canâ€™t get the email that says, â€œLetâ€™s schedule the interviewâ€? if your email is spelled incorrectly. What can you learn during an internship that you canâ€™t learn in a classroom or from a textbook?
One of the most important parts is just immersing yourself in a professional environment and being around professionals. You deal with a conflict in the workplace much differently than you deal with a conflict with your friends. How can social media help you land an internship?
Itâ€™s important to identify your target employers. Find out which ones of them have a Twitter profile. Most of them will. Find out which one is maintaining a Facebook page and
The percentage of college seniors in 2012 who reported doing some sort of internship or co-op program during their undergraduate career, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Nearly 47 percent of those internships were unpaid. The numbers are up from the previous year, when 52 percent of the Class of 2011 said they participated. (E XPRESS)
start interacting with them. You donâ€™t want to be a stalker, but once every few weeks, comment on the Facebook wall. How do you stay in touch with your boss after the internship?
Get in touch three times a year. Itâ€™s so important to stay fresh in these employersâ€™ minds and to get in the habit of not only emailing them when you need something. STEPHANIE K ANOWITZ (FOR E XPRESS)
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An attendee plays a video game using Nintendo’s Wii U controller at the Entertainment Expo 2012 on Tuesday in Los Angeles.
:_l_Z[Z7jj[dj_ed Video game makers show off multiscreen action at 2012 expo L_Z[e=Wc[i If the gaming industry agreed on one idea at this week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, it’s that playing video games on just one screen is no longer enough. The top three publishers — Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony — each focused on new ways to spread games and other content across several screens at the gaming industry’s annual trade show in L.A. While the publishers’ systems
rely on the same premise, namely using more screens to access more content, each is achieving multiscreen functionality through different means: Microsoft is tapping into existing phones and tablets, Sony is depending on its PlayStation Vita handheld device, and Nintendo is
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coupling an iPad-like controller with its new Wii U console. Microsoft Corp. unveiled software called Xbox SmartGlass that will allow Xbox 360 users to stream content to their smartphones, tablets and PCs. Sony Corp. continued to build upon the “cross-play” functionality of its PlayStation 3 console and high-definition Vita handheld device. Nintendo Co. is taking a decidedly different route. The company unleashed several games at E3 for its new Wii U console, which uses a 6.2-inch touch-screen controller to provide different perspectives. DERRIK J. L ANG AND RYAN PEARSON (AP)
7kj^ehG7 Those familiar with Augusten Burroughs’ books (“Running With Scissors,” “Dry,” and “A Wolf at the Table”) know he’s experienced more in his 46 years than most people. His mother essentially gave him to her seemingly crazy psychiatrist, and he had an affair with a man in his 30s when he was in his early teens. His father terriﬁed him, he battled alcoholism and lost a loved one to complications from HIV. He writes about this with honesty, detail, humor. In his latest book, “This Is How: Proven Aid in Overcoming Shyness, Molestation, Fatness, Spinsterhood, Grief, Disease, Lushery, Decrepitude & More. For Young and Old Alike,” he takes what he’s learned from his eccentric past and shares it with readers so they hopefully can work through their own problems.
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Burroughs challenges the notion of self-help with his ‘This Is How’
Augusten Burroughs demonstrates How to Feel Like Crap in “This Is How.”
Why did you write this book?
For as long as I’ve been an author, strangers will share the most intimate details of their life with me. But I find that rather than making me feel uncomfortable or awkward, I love it. I’ve kind of been this way since I was very young with respect to other people’s problems or issues, I’ve always had a way to zero in on what’s the real issue. What topics do you address?
I range from being suicidal to dieting to losing a child. There are some things in life you’re not gonna heal from, you know? You can be full of holes like Swiss cheese and your life can go on and the best moments from your life can be ahead of you. ALICIA R ANCILIO (AP)
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Did We Ax You? Summer’s not really the time to watch “The Shining” — it’s best seen when stranded by a snowstorm — but the Kubrick classic will screen at AFI tonight as part of the Jack Nicholson film series. If you’ve never seen it, Jack becomes possessed by a demon hotel and contorts his face a lot while chasing everyone with an ax. AFI Silver, 8633 Colesville Road, Silver Spring; Mon., 9 p.m., $7-$11.50; 301-495-6720, Afi.com/silver. (Silver Spring)
Back to the Source Watching new plays is akin to panning for gold – what you see is almost always rough, but when you hit on something you like it’s all the more exciting because you’re one of the very first to see it. The Source Festival is a three-and-a-half-week smorgasbord of new plays: full-length works, 10-minute plays and Artistic Blind Dates, when artists from different disciplines are thrown together. Source Theatre, 1835 14th St. NW; through July 1, $10-$20; 866-8114111, Sourcefestival.org. (U St.-Cardozo)
Kinky Lifestyle There is Texas, and then there is Austin — a city whose weirdness is perhaps best exemplified by one of its most famous denizens, Kinky Friedman. In the ’70s and ’80s, Friedman performed politically conscious satire in the form of country music. He’s since run for gubernatorial office in Texas, but tonight, he strums. Birchmere, 3701 Mt. Vernon Ave., Alexandria; Mon., 7:30 p.m., $35; 703-5497500, Birchmere.com.
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This program empowers students to imagine, develop and create solutions in their local watersheds, as they develop research, problem-solving, budgeting, community involvement and presentation skills. Roots Public Charter School won top honors for a project to raise awareness of how and where to recycle used motor oil.
In the dance dramedy ‘Bunheads,’ a former ballerina moves on
Nearly $17,000 was awarded in cash prizes plus school awards. Agrium is also providing $10,000 to help implement student ideas.
Turning ideas into realistic solutions is the key to improving our local watersheds.
Hav ing cor nered t he market on the petulant teen/tween melodrama, ABC Family takes a crack at the multigenerational female bonding dramedy. And who better to create and produce it than Amy ShermanPa l lad i no, t he force beh i nd “Gilmore Girls”? Much like “Girls,” “Bunheads” features a not-so-young heroine who ﬁ nds her groove only after a series of seemingly wrong life decisions. Trained in classic ballet, Michelle (Sutton Foster) was distracted by the money and glamour of Las Vegas and the life of a showgirl. Finding herself washed up in an entertainment world freshly supplied with younger and more limber ﬂesh, she leaps at the chance to marry the kind stranger
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Thank you to all the students, teachers and partners who participated this year! Hundreds of area sixth- and seventh-graders competed to develop solutions to watershed issues. Classroom teams presented their proposals at the annual Earth Force Youth Summit on June 4 at the World Environment Day Expo.
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Michelle (Sutton Foster), middle, is an ex-ballerina-turned-teacher in “Bunheads.”
Hubbell Flowers (Alan Ruck) and settle down in the bucolic backwater of Paradise, Calif. Only Paradise has trouble — in the form of Hubbell’s controlling and disapproving mother, Fanny (Kelly Bishop, “Gilmore Girls”). Fortunately for Michelle, the
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>em?C[jOekhCej^[hWhen Lily inherits a house on Long Island, she and Marshall plan to sell it until they see how big it is compared to their cramped city apartment, pushing Robin to try to dissuade them from moving out of the city in “The Rebound Girl.”
H[Wb>eki[m_l[ie\D[mOeha9_jo When LuAnn and Ramona, left, attempt to patch up their differences, Ramona refuses to admit that she blackmailed LuAnn. Later, Ramona learns LuAnn’s been telling tales in the new episode “Say What You Mean, Just Don’t Say It Mean.’’
7c[h_YWdF_Ya[hi Mike Wolfe, right, and Frank Fritz scour a 500,000-square-foot warehouse to uncover sideshow relics and a seriously compact company car for Danielle in the new episode “Driving Miss Dani.”
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Beij=_hb Bo and Dyson investigate the theft of a body from a grave. The dead man was the husband of a friend of Trick’s, and his body has been reanimated by a Lich. Bo and Lauren confront the Lich in “Death Didn’t Become Him.” (TRIBUNE MEDIA)
Low-Hanging Fruit Proof that some humor works well only in very short takes is the original “Annoying Orange” clip on YouTube, which runs a little over a minute. The film of an orange and his fruit-stand gang of friends has been viewed nearly 110 million times. That’s amazing. Not so amazing was the decision to turn this into the prime-time “Annoying Orange” (8:30 p.m., Cartoon Network). (TM)
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kd_edibeeaekj FIRST DATE: Dinner at Cafe Asia. They liked it so much they now go monthly. FIRST KISS: Hannah: “I consider our first real kiss to be on the eighth date, after a little pep talk that it’s OK to make out like teenagers in a car outside your parents’ house.” HOW HE PROPOSED: “We decided to get engaged after I found out I was deploying to Afghanistan. We picked out a ring and I proposed properly on a boat ride on the Potomac.” WHEN THEY KNEW: Hannah: “When we survived a 23-hour road trip to Fort Hood, I knew we could accomplish anything together.” Daniel: “When she bought me my cat. He’s the most awesome cat in the world.”
>WddW^ 8WoiZ[d" :Wd_[b8kY^^ebp Hannah, 33, is a meeting and event manager. Daniel, 35, works for the State Department. They live in Arlington. THE MAIN EVENT: A July 14 wedding at Fort Myer. Daniel will be in his military uniform and his uncle will officiate. HOW THEY MET: Match.com. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: “It took me a while to get over the NRA-loving Republican stuff, but underneath that he is a very thoughtful guy.”
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HOW THEY MET: At a corn maze that her roommate had invited him to. FIRST DATE: Birch & Barley. HOW HE PROPOSED: He took her to a fancy dinner; meanwhile, his friend decorated his condo with flowers and candles. “Fortunately, we got home before the place burnt down,” Alexander says. MOST HATED CLOTHING ITEM: Her capris, his University of Florida shirts. “He didn’t even go there, and I went to the University of Georgia so I really
hate when I see them.” STUPIDEST FIGHT: Over “whether or not I should bring a purse out because I wasn’t sure he’d carry all the things that I needed.” MAKING IT UNIQUE: They’re getting married just a few rows behind where they sat for Stephen Strasburg’s debut. WITH INFINITE FUNDS: They’d have the wedding in the middle of the field and put their pictures on the scoreboard.
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J_[bA[bjd[h" CWhl_dHoZX[h] Tiel, 27, is a health systems specialist. Marv, 35, is a health care project manager. They live in Alexandria. THE MAIN EVENT: A destination wedding in Riviera Maya, Mexico, on July 27. HOW THEY MET: At work training. FIRST DATE: They’d planned to go for a run, but she had been in a bicycle accident and gotten a black eye, so they went to happy hour instead. FIRST KISS: At the Foggy Bottom Metro station, waiting for the train. “The only time I’ve been glad the Metro wasn’t arriving for 17 minutes,” says Tiel. HOW HE PROPOSED: On the beach in Curaçao. PET NAMES: Bits and Busto McRichy. “In an alternate life we struck it rich in the Klondike as gold diggers,” says Marv. “We obviously watch too much Discovery Channel,” Tiel says. MAKING IT UNIQUE: Their guests get inflatable rafts for exploring the lazy river.
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Britney Spears and her three fellow “X Factor” judges walked out of auditions in Kansas City on Saturday when a contestant refused to face them as he sang. Spears, Demi Lovato, L.A. Reid and Louis Walsh (subbing for Simon Cowell) “didn’t want to waste their time,” conjectured an unnamed source. The contestant had no idea the judges had left his audition, reports say. (EXPRESS)
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Matthew McConaughey and girlfriend Camila Alves married on Saturday, Us Weekly reported. About 100 people attended the campout-themed event. The couple have two children, Levi, 3, and Vida, 2. “Levi actually understands what it means now that mama’s going to have the same last name as they have, so that’s neat!” Alves said this past March. (EXPRESS)
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Bobbi Kristina Brown, 19, isn’t going to be prosecuted on an underage gambling allegation in Las Vegas. Investigators and the Clark County district attorney decided Wednesday that a cellphone video posted to a celebrity website wasn’t enough evidence to pursue a case. Brown was recorded while at the MGM Grand casino May 20. (AP)
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