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Extremely high winds are expected to challenge firefighters trying to protect homes threatened by a pair of fires in southern and eastern Arizona on Sunday. The small New Mexico town of Luna is in the path of the massive Wallow Fire burning in eastern Arizona’s Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. Fire breached a containment line along Highway 180 on Saturday, and about 200 residents were ordered to evacuate and remained out of their homes Sunday. The evacuation order came on the same day that some other residents displaced by the fire that
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Gadhafi Again Declares Defiance Amid Airstrikes Provoked by renewed NATO bombing of his capital, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi raged against the alliance Friday, daring Western forces to keep it up. Gadhafi spoke in a telephone call that was piped through loudspeakers to a few thousand people demonstrating in Tripoli’s Green Square. (AP)
Boehner, Obama Unite For Golf Course Victory President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner put partisanship aside and teamed up to triumph, at least on the golf course Saturday. The two faced Vice President Joe Biden and Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio. The winning pair each pocketed a $2 prize. (AP)
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The drama over Greece’s imploding finances moved Sunday to Luxembourg, where eurozone ministers must approve an immediate loan to keep Greece from defaulting next month but will wrangle over terms for a second massive bailout. The meeting of the 17 eurozone nations comes after a week that saw rioting in Athens, a Greek Cabinet reshuffle, days of market turmoil that sent borrowing costs spiking and Germany softening its demand on the extent that banks and other
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Tunisia’s former autocratic leader, whose downfall on Jan. 14 triggered uprisings in the Arab world, condemned his upcoming trial as a “shameful masquerade,” according to a statement released Sunday. Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, in exile in Saudi Arabia, will be tried in absentia at the Tunis criminal court Monday. (AP)
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In September 2009, a little-known House Republican from South Carolina named Joe Wilson yelled, “You lie!” during an address to Congress by Obama. Within a week, supporters had given more than $2 million to the congressman, urged on by conservative bloggers and Wilson’s campaign. His Democratic challenger cited Wilson’s remark in his own fundraising, prompting a campaign arms race.
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Their Mouths Are Bit by bit, politicians use provocative remarks to help fill campaign coffers MWi^_d]jed In the ever-evolving world of campaign fundraising, some politicians have stumbled on yet another way to bring in buckets of cash. Let’s call it the “money blurt.” Here’s how it works: An upand-coming politician blurts out something incendiary, provocative or otherwise controversial. The remark bounces around the Internet blogs and talk shows, and becomes a sensation. And in the midst of it all, the politician’s fundraisers are manning the phones and raking in the donations. Consider Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., the tea party favorite and newly minted presidential candidate, who has made a specialty of raising money in the wake
of bold and well-placed remarks. Shortly after accusing President Obama of having “anti-American views” during one cable-news appearance, for example, Bachmann took in nearly $1 million. The phenomenon marks another phase in the quest for money in politics, fueled by the eternal hum of the Internet, social media sites and 24-hour cable news. The tactic could prove especially valuable for such insurgent candidates as Bachmann, who are likely to rely heavily on smaller donations for their 2012 campaigns. “If you’re in the money game and you say something controversial, you’ll have support from a very energetic core,” said Ron Bonjean, a GOP consultant and co-founder of Singer Bonjean Strategies. The money blurt is a close cous-
in to a technique called the “money bomb,” in which a campaign or its supporters designate a specific day or time period to raise a vast amount of cash and generate publicity. The best known practitioner is libertarian favorite Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, whose followers have used money bombs to raise as much as $6 million at a time for his presidential campaigns. Political strategists and cam-
Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., began his run for office in 2009 with a call to arms that went viral with more than a million views on YouTube. The retired Army officer urged supporters “to get your musket, to fix your bayonet, to charge into the ranks” and “fight with me to take back America!” He raised nearly $1 million in the weeks after the video took off, a key moment in a campaign that defeated incumbent Ron Klein, a Democrat. (T WP)
thousands of new names for their donor lists. That doesn’t mean it’s always a good strategy, however. “You can turn on the money spigot but still end up digging your own grave,” Bonjean said. It’s hard to tell how much of the money-blurt phenomenon is truly spontaneous — merely taking advantage of an opportunity — or whether some outbursts
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are timed for maximum financial impact. Few campaigns will talk candidly about the issue, but media consultants and strategists say it’s clear that campaigns are getting increasingly sophisticated
The real champion of money blurts is Rep. Michele Bachmann, RMinn., according to a comparison of Federal Election Commission data and television appearances. October 2008: Before President Obama’s election, Bachmann on MSNBC cited her concern that “he may have anti-American views.” Bachmann, who until then was not particularly well-known nationally, raised almost $1 million over the next few weeks, records show. Summer 2010: She made a flurry of appearances to tout her Tea Party Caucus and ratchet up her criticism of Obama. The result: More than $5 million in contributions during the third quarter of 2010, her best fundraising period, FEC records show. The tally: Bachmann’s media presence and tea party support helped her raise $13.5 million in the 2010 cycle, making her the top fundraiser in the House. Her campaign also received a burst of contributions last week after her appearance at the GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire, where she announced her run for the White House. (T WP)
about the timing of fundraising appeals. In Bachmann’s case, for example, her debate performance last week was accompanied by a prominent call for donations on the Drudge Report website. Jeff Cosgrove, managing director of the CommonSense Media online advertising network, which has clients in both parties, said a growing number of campaigns book ads in connection with television appearances or other public events. “These things aren’t necessarily as organic as you would think,” he said. “They seem to be often premeditated.” (THE WASHINGTON POST )
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An Uproarious Finish McIlroy sets records at U.S. Open to win his first major title
Every time Rory McIlroy lined up a shot Sunday, there was some sort of record on the line, some kind of history to be made. That was this year’s U.S. Open version of suspense. There was never any doubt that the kid from Northern Ireland was going to win it. In complete control of his emotions and his game, McIlroy never slipped. He won his first major championship by shooting a 2-under 69 at ultra-soft Congressional and closed his four-day onslaught at 16-under 268, eight shots ahead of Jason Day and four shots better than the U.S. Open scoring record formerly held by four players, including men named Woods and Nicklaus. McIlroy now joins them on the list of major winners, two months after a collapse so thorough that some wondered whether he could ever recover. He took a four-shot lead into the final day of the Masters. But after hitting his 10th tee shot near a cabin on the outskirts of Augusta National, he melted down, shot 80 and finished 15th. His shot on the 10th hole of this one showed how far he’s come. On the 214-yard par-3, a downhill shot over water, McIlroy knocked the ball above the hole, then watched as it stopped for a split second and started spinning — backward, back-
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7D[mF[hif[Yj_l[ Rory McIlroy — shown hugging his father, Gerry — known before Sunday’s win for his implosion in the final round of the Masters and the gracious way he handled that loss, traveled the week before the U.S. Open to Haiti on a mission to the island country that is only starting to recover from the deadly earthquake that hit last year. In Haiti, he saw suffering that has abated only slightly since the Jan. 12, 2010, disaster.” It gives you a huge sense of just being so fortunate and just doing normal things every day,” he said. “Even having streetlights and having smooth roads — you think those things are just a given, but those people down there don’t have that, and they might not have that for the next 15 or 20 years.” (AP)
ward, before stopping an inch or two from the hole. He pursed his lips. “Oooh,” he said. He tapped in for a birdie that got him to 17-under par at a tournament that had never seen a score lower than 12 under before Friday. He ended up at 16 under, coming short of the all-time major record of 19-under par — set by Tiger Woods at St. Andrews in 2000. But McIlroy put plenty of ink in that record book nonetheless. He owns the scoring records for 36, 54 and 72 holes at the toughest test in golf and he became only the third player to break 70 in all four rounds of the U.S. Open. He did it at age 22, the same age as Jack Nicklaus when he won the first of his record 18 majors. The two have become friends and the Bear appreciates what he’s been seeing. “I think this kid’s going to have a great career,” Nicklaus said on NBC. “I don’t think there’s any question about it.” (AP)
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C_Ya[bied9ec[iKf7bbM[j Phil Mickelson’s U.S. Open ended where it began: in the same body of water. On his last hole of the championship Sunday, Mickelson stood in a greenside bunker and launched a rainbow that splashed on the fly some 15 feet beyond the other side of the peninsula green. Even the adoring gallery that had cheered so loudly during his walk up the fairway couldn’t help but let out a collective giggle. After two unsuccessful drops on the steep lakeside slope, he had to place the ball and chip back toward the pin, where he made a 6-footer for double bogey to finish an even par round of 71 and a 7-over total of 291. The lake also received Mickelson’s opening shot in his first round on Thursday, when he started on the nearby par-3 10th and left his tee shot well short. He double bogeyed that hole, too. Mickelson’s 69 on Friday was his only round under par on a course receptive to U.S. Open scores lower than the norm. (AP)
Justin Verlander threw a four-hitter for his second-straight complete game, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Colorado Rockies 9-1 on Sunday. Verlander (9-3) has four complete games, matching his total from all of last year, and is second in the AL to Tampa Bay’s James Shields, who threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts in a 2-1 win over Florida earlier Sunday. (AP)
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confidence into his team, but that has not transferred to his own changed, work-in-progress throwing mechanics. Zimmerman had not made an error before Sunday, but two of his throws in this homestand bounced before Morse gloved them. On Sunday, in the second inning with a runner on first, Nolan Reimold grounded to Zimmerman, who turned to second, took a step and, with his arm bent rather than straight, short-armed a throw to second. It sailed over Danny Espinosa and into right field. The next batter, Mark Reynolds, hit the ball to Zimmerman, a
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4400 Rena Road • Suitland, MD 20746
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ARLINGTON NORTH- 3BR, 2.5BA house. Convenient to Mary Mount. Short commute to DC. $2300. Call 804-758-3213 Nauck—$1650, 2 br, 2 ba, 3 fls, 3601 S. Four Mile Run Dr, Arl. Newly Ren, WW carpet, WD, 301-6516855 Springfield—Colonial $2300, DR, LR, FR, Hw Flrs, 5 br, 2 & 1/2ba, 2 Car gar, WD, deck, 703-421-3819 WOODBRIDGE - 2 BR, 1 BA, garage parking, next to golf course, near metro. $1,200/m Call 571-288-6847
HYATTSVILLE $217,000 New On The Market - Totally Renov. 3BR, 2BA, lrg fam rm, sep LR & DR, upgraded kit granite, SS appl, maple cabinets, CAC, gas heat & cooking. A Must See. Call Leslie @ Carter RE 703-587-4575 PG 7623744
4901 Seminary Rd., ALEXANDRIA, VA
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ARLINGTON, MD - M looking for same, 2nd flr furn rm, w-w, A/C, fridge, N/S W/D, Nr Bailey's Crossroad. $625+utils. Sec req'd. 703-820-7072
BOWIE -- Share home, lrg spaces, 1 BR w/prvt Ba, laundry room, close to metro. Great location. Well kept lrg house. $750. 301-437-8016 BURTONSVILLE, MD - 2 Room on Wexall Terrace. $500-$600 + utilities. Call 240-401-5883
CAP. HGHTS/Seat Pleasant- Male to share house. $150 and up/week. Good transportation. 301-499-6323 CAPITAL HEIGHTS, MD - 2 blocks from Metro. Share bath & kitchen. Clean. Male preferred. $155-$175/week. 301-537-5433 Chantilly—$600, 1 br, 1 ba, 1 1/2ba, 26098 Sarazen Dr, Chantilly, VA, DW, Balc, 248-275-6169 CLINTON, MD - 1 large room. Shared Ba. $125/week. all utilities included. Miss Robinson 240-593-8330 COLLEGE PARK, MD - Room in shared SFH. N/S, $475/month. Utilities included. Internet available. Near metro, UMD & 495. Call 240-688-0711 DISTRICT HEIGHTS - Female pref, no smkg. Furn'd room. Near Metro. $400 + dep. util incl. 301-520-9493 DISTRICT HEIGHTS, MD- Rooms in nice location. Females. Starting from $450-$750. Minutes from bus stop and shopping center. 301-802-8312
FORT WASHINGTON, MD- Nicely furn rooms in a beautiful house, single occupant, shared LR & kit. Please call 202-441-1075 FORT WASHINGTON, MD - Large house to share. Free cable. Close to Metro. W/D. $150/week. Call 240-882-8973
LANHAM, MD- 1BR in SFH. Private entrance. Utilities & Wifi included. N/S, no pets. Female pro pref. $500 + Dep. 240-354-4961 LAUREL-Wall-to-wall, W/D, DW, near bus 1blk & shopping. BR $625/m incl utils. 240-475-4072 QUANTICO/STAFFORD,VA- Basment 1BR, BA, large living area, fireplace, utilities included. Available 7/1. $750. Call 703-680-2888 RIVERDALE - $500/rm & $600/rm. Close to shopping. All utils incl. 508-271-5537 or 240-507-2591 SIL SPG- Upscale area! Non smoking M/F, Enjoy furnished MBR w/ Priv Ba, Utils & Gym incl, Nr Bus/Metro $785/mo Avail 7/1. Call 301-946-7786/ 301-367-6566
SILVER SPRING, MD - 1&2 rooms, W/D, shops, by bus, near Glenmont metro, phone/ cable/ utilities included, pool. Call 703-994-3501
I-395 to Seminary Rd., West exit to Southern Towers immediately on right. 6 Month Lease Available! Please Call Now for Details! *All Prices & Specials Subject to change without notice.
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703-485-4154 ALEX - Hi Rise Duke Street EHO All Utilities Included 1 BR Starting at $1153 2 BR Starting at $1411 Close to Metro, shopping, entertainment. GREAT VIEW! 703-751-7576
CARS Audi 2001 A4 — 1.8T quattro, $4500 obo, Fair cond, 100k mi, Beige int, Black ext, 4 dr, needs work, 202-713-5808
BMW 1992 850i - Silver with Gray Interior, V-12, only 73K orig miles, well maintained, all records, new tires. $12,500/obo Call 703-216-2345
BMW 1985 635 CSi - red, new exhst/radiator, engine has 90K, good shape, mild cancer on rear quarter panel, runs great. $3500. 301-252-2124
Chrysler 2007 300C — $16500.00 obo, Excellent cond, 61k mi, Navigation, Gray int, Silver ext, 4 dr,new tires & brakes, all pwr,prem sound 703-9991452
Ford 2002 F150 — Lariat SuperCab,$6300.00, Good condition. Low mileage 40,095. Lots of features. 202-518-7888 JUNK VEHICLES REMOVED FREE CASH PAY FOR ALL 202-714-9835
HYATTSVILLE, MD - 1 large basement BR, private LR and BA, $700, wall to wall carpet, balcony, parking, new townhome. Call 202-787-8286
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• Metrobus at front door to Pentagon & Van Dorn Metro • Spacious Rooms • 24-hour front desk • High-speed internet access available • Free parking • 24-hour 7-11 • Convenient to Pentagon, Shopping & I-395
MIDLAND, VA- 3 bay (1 with lift), garage w/ foyer, office & parts room. Included 1300sf house w/ bsmt apt on 3+ acres land. Located on Rt 28 at Midland. $365,000. 540-439-3146
HYATTSVILLE - Private bath, walk in closet. Includes all utilities, internet & cable. $600/mo. 301-332-5103
SILVER SPRING, MD 4 blocks from Metro Station. $600/month. Female to share apartment. 301-589-7037 OR 301-325-4921 (GERMAINE)
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HERNDON - N/S prof to shr TH Lg MBR fully furn. $800. incl all util, net, cbl & maid. Avl 7/1. wkdys 703-292-6406 eves/wkends 703-713-6790
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KINGSTOWNE $488,888 End unit TH, 2 resv pkg sp, 3BR, 3.5 BA, deck w/patio, fncd extended bkyrd, backs to trees. 703-587-4575 FX 7622177
Andrews Air Force Base/Suitland Furn room in SFH, share kit, bath. Sep entrance. Utils included. $600/mo. Sec dep. Call 301-641-2414
FORT WASHINGTON, MD - Female pref, N/S. Shr custom 6BR house. Security deposit required. $600 includes utilities. Avail Now. 301-292-2662
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SPRINGFIELD/LORTON, VA - Furnished room in house to share. W/D. $175/week includes utils. 10 minutes to Metro. Call 703-231-0320 Suitland—$155-165/wk, Lrg BRs, 3400 Andover, Naylor Rd Metro, CAC, WiFi, Laundry Incl; 202-3617215 TEMPLE HILLS, MD - Room for rent, near subway & metro, utilities included. $170/week + $100 security deposit. Call 301-399-5090 WALDORF - Prof'l F, in adult community, own BA, all utils, cable, net, shr W/D & kit. 5 min to commuter bus svc to DC. $500. 240-682-4492
MAZDA 1991 MX-6 GT-99k mi, 5spd, red w/gray leather, SR, loaded, excellent $2500 Call 703-278-8533
MERCEDES-BENZ 1994 SL500 prime condition, silver, several features included, low miles. Best Offer. Call 202-271-3568
Nissan 2008 AltimaHybrid — $20155 obo, goHOV, 49k wht, Nav, sunRoof, blkLeathr, spoiler, 6mp3 bose, htdSeats, bckupCam,+ 571-572-9540 SATURN 1996 SC 1- Auto, 2 door, dual overhead cam, 110K miles, runs great, clean inside, P/S, $1,300 firm Call 202-744-7187
TOYOTA 2003 ALAVON XLS - loaded, premium luxury pkg, garage kept, black/tan, 43K miles. Excl condition. $12,000/OBO. Call 703-451-6104
TOYOTA 1996 TACOMA Blue, with matching Leer cap, 90k miles. Very good condition. $3500 Please call 301-933-3053
HOUSES FOR SALE ACCOKEEK -$169,700. Great Investment! 5BR, 3.5BA in preconstruction. Over 5000sf. Recently appraised $530k. 301-735-7151
Moto Guzzi 2007 Breva 750— $4500.00,Excellent cond, 4k mi, Black/silver, Windscreen, perf shocks center stand, top case. 571-247-5100
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You ﬁrst demanded “Respect” back in 1967. When you ask for respect in 2011, what kind of respect are you demanding?
Last summer, before a health crisis forced a short hiatus, Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, 69, sang to a sold-out house at Wolf Trap. On Tuesday night, Franklin’s face will be back in the place as she returns in good health and ready to perform her best-loved hits, cuts from her new album “A Woman Falling Out of Love” (including the awesomely bluesy “Sweet Sixteen”) and maybe even a classical aria or two.
Respect in terms of the woman’s liberation and just respect generally. You know, we really do need a lot of respect today. There is so much disrespect going on. How did you learn your manners?
When I would come in the house from school, if my dad had company in the living room, I would dash upstairs. And he would call me back and have me to acknowledge the people sitting there.
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I’ve read that you used to eat burgers after a concert. Are you off the burger wagon?
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I played that box set one afternoon and I really, really enjoyed everything on there until I got to a cut that I had written as a young girl for my former husband — I think it was “I Wonder” — and then I was, like, “All right; enough already. You can just cut that one off and move on to the next cut.” MARC SILVER
Things that are personal are personal. I think one’s health records should be personal.
You’ve kept your health matters private in our tell-all age.
This year, all of your work on Columbia Records was released in a new box set. What was it like to hear those tracks together?
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It’s just an equation. [There’s a] spiritual side of the lyric. He’ll meet you right on the freeway of your life. I’m just equating that lyric [to] what I feel God will do for you and know he will do for you.
It’s hard to remember now how dreadful winter is. Everything in June (and July and August) is constantly covered in sweat. Sitting outside seems, at first, essential, but then swiftly untenable. Normally, ice in cocktails is problematic — it melts so quickly and suddenly, your gin and tonic is a gin and water and tonic. But in summer, ice is the 8o<_edW best part of the cockPkXb_d tail, gin-soaked relief that you try to savor but can never get enough of. In that spirit, Italian bistro Casa Nonna (1250 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-629-2505) has added several granita cocktails to its menu. Granita is Italian shaved ice, a mound of frozen flavor that Casa Nonna has improved with the addition of alcohol. There are currently three granita cocktails ($12) on the menu. They come in two parts: a small pitcher of cocktail and a glass of shaved ice into which you pour the booze. The best is the Ginny Hendricks (because it’s hard to top gin cocktails on a summer evening), which plays with crisp, citrusy flavors. You can also order the Cherry Blossom, which includes vodka, lemon, St. Germain and the eponymous flavor; and the Vinchenzo Palmer, which melds limoncello and Earl Grey tea into a sharp but summery drink that sneaks up on you if you drink more than one. It seems gauche to drink anything but wine at an Italian restaurant, but the menu of nouveau Italian dishes should help you retain your feeling of authenticity. Our rule of thumb: If it contains ricotta cheese, order it.
The legendary Aretha Franklin on her latest box set and what ‘Respect’ means now
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Bakers’ Gift To Bikers Just when we were certain D.C. had too many cupcake places, Sprinkles is winning us over the usual way: with free cupcakes. In honor of Capital Bikeshare Week, Bikeshare members can get a free cupcake all week just by showing a membership key fob. Maybe someday they’ll give free cupcakes to people who own their own bikes, as well — we need cupcakes, too! Sprinkles Cupcakes, 3015 M St. NW; through Fri., free; 202-4501610, Sprinkles.com.
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Steampunk Spies in Skies If you’re still hungry for more Civil War events halfway through this sesquicentennial of its start, try the Spy Museum’s series of lectures on spying in 19th-century combat. This session (the first in a three-part series) covers intelligence techniques, which include (our favorite) HOT-AIR BALLOONS — way better than drones. International Spy Museum, 800 F St. NW; Tue., 7 p.m., $25; 202-393-7798, Spymuseum.org. (Gallery Place)
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Saxophonist’s death spurs grief-stricken outpouring from fans A grateful Nation thanks him for his service. The E Street Nation — a worldwide community wrapped around the nucleus of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band — has lost its beloved Big Man, Clarence Clemons. “The whole E Street Nation is in mourning,” grief-stricken Springsteen author Dave Marsh said Saturday night on E Street Radio after the news of the saxophonist’s death. Clemons died at age 69 after being hospitalized about a week ago following a stroke at his home in Singer Island, Fla. Besides Springsteen, the band, the Nation and, of course, his family, the sadness enveloped Lady Gaga; she grew up in a Springsteen household, recorded with Clemons and appeared with him on “American Idol.” After his stroke June 12, Gaga spoke about how dearly she loved Clemons and summoned her Little Monsters to say how much they loved him, too, in a compilation of touching, heartfelt videos. The Big Man just had that effect on people. Sure, there was the music; who hasn’t shed a tear from the exquisite sax strains of “Jungleland”? But the music and the man were a double draw.
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Beloved E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons, 69, died Saturday.
“He carried within him a love of people that made them love him. He created a wondrous and extended family,” Springsteen said. For a week, Clemons’ devastating stroke had ignited a wildfire of tweets and texts, tears and tributes. Onstage and off stage, he was a joy to behold — f lashing that million-watt smile as he pumped up his own larger-than-life persona, laughing large. On Twitter, he billed himself as: “Saxophonist, sexual adventurer, poet and author! And the Biggest Man you’ve ever seen!” Despite the hy perbole, he touched lives in a deeply personal way. “There would be no journey without you,” he tweeted to fans. “Much love, Big Man.” (AP)
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MW_j_d]\ehj^[CWd0Metallica has recorded a new album with former Velvet Underground frontman Lou Reed. The idea for the collaboration arose after Reed and Metallica shared the stage in 2009 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 25th anniversary concert in Madison Square Garden. Ever since, “we have been kicking around the idea of making a record together.” the band says. (BILLBOARD.COM)
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a nice departure from cable news networks and their slavish devotion to politics as a spectator sport and, therefore, a place where campaigning never ends and governing doesn’t much matter. Tonight’s “Vanguard” focuses on the scourge of heroin addiction in Massachusetts, an epidemic fueled by the easy access to prescription painkillers, most notably OxyContin. Apparently, many young people get hooked on OxyContin and then discover that heroin provides a comparable high at a much lower price.
Correspondent Mariana van Zeller spends time with addicts and former addicts, among them a former star football player who got hooked on painkillers after a gridiron injury and what goes on inside a Massachusetts stash house. She also examines the emergence of Florida as a source of cheap and readily available OxyContin and finds that prescription drugs from the Sunshine State have become a common Massachusetts street drug, like cocaine and crack. KEVIN MCDONOUGH (UNIVERSAL UCLICK)
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“Hoarders” (9 p.m., A&E) is like a train wreck; you just can’t look away. It’s not all about the voyeurism, though; the people featured do get help with their compulsive hoarding. In the season premiere, “Phyllis; Janet,’’ viewers meet a woman whose doll collection has taken over her house, and another whose home is so overrun with trash that she has to crawl over the trash to get to her chair. (TM)
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THE MAIN EVENT: June 24 in Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. They’ll spend the next week celebrating with their guests on the beach. HOW THEY MET: Through a mutual friend at a Christmas party. They later learned they grew up 15 minutes from each other in Pennsylvania. FIRST DATE: A Giants game in New York. Then, “we decided to go out in Hoboken [N.J.] and our first date turned into a first weekend, since somehow we managed to get stranded in New Jersey,” Mitch says. HOW HE PROPOSED: At the Gaylord Hotel in National Harbor. When she got there and he popped the question, “I blacked out,” she says. WHEN HE KNEW: When someone smashed the windows of their cars. Since they had a flight to catch, “we had to drive an hour to the airport while it was snowing with no windows, and she didn’t complain once.” WEDDING JITTERS: Mitch: “Sweating profusely and passing out at the altar.”
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Rep. Alice Mary Robertson, R-Okla., becomes the first woman to preside over a session of the House of Representatives.
Boxer Muhammad Ali is convicted in Houston of violating Selective Service laws by refusing to be drafted.
Dan Rather reaches an agreement with CBS News to leave the network after 44 years.
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‘Where Am I? I Was Promised Ice Cream. My Hair Aches. Purples.’ Amy Winehouse canceled part of her European tour on Sunday, a day after she was booed for being late and displaying erratic behavior onstage during a concert in Serbia. Winehouse will not appear as planned in Istanbul on Monday or in Athens on Wednesday. Her reps said the situation will be “worked out as soon as possible.” (AP)
Show to Prove Reheated Leftovers Can Be Delicious Lance Bass, formerly of *NSYNC, told New York Magazine that he’s sold six reality show concepts, including one to VH1 on a topic he knows well: the aftermath of being in a boy band. A.J. McLean of the Backstreet Boys, Joey Fatone of *NSYNC and Joey McIntyre from New Kids on the Block will each form a new boy band, then compete to see who’s best. (EXPRESS)
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