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National Enquirer Rejects Story, Photos as ‘Too Fake’ A woman gave birth last week to a nearly 14-pound baby at a western Pennsylvania hospital. Doctors at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital near Kittanning say they don’t keep official records of the largest baby ever birthed at the facility, but Mark and Michelle Cessna’s daughter born Thursday is the largest they can recall. Addyson Gale Cessna weighed in at 13 pounds, 12 ounces and measured 25 inches long. (AP) FEAR FACTOR

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Dad Finally Realizes Why Cherry Pies Are So Popular Some children out picking cherries with their father last week in southwestern Michigan ended up finding about 50 marijuana plants in a farmer’s field along the way. Police say it appears that someone pulled out a row of corn and replaced it with marijuana plants. (AP)

‘PUT ME DOWN NOW!’ Swans and cygnets are caught, measured, assessed and tagged on the River Thames during the annual Swan Upping ceremony Monday in London. The annual census of the swan population dates from the 12th century, when the Crown claimed ownership of all mute swans. At that time, swans were regarded as a delicious dish. (But don’t worry; these guys will be set free immediately after the paperwork is done.)

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Later Retirement May Help Prevent Dementia Boston New research boosts the “use it or lose it” theory about brainpower and staying mentally sharp. People who delay retirement have less risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia, a study of nearly half a million people in France found. It’s by far the largest study to look at this, and researchers say the conclusion makes sense. Working tends to keep people physically active, socially connected and mentally challenged — all things known to help prevent mental decline. “For each additional year of work, the risk of getting dementia is reduced by 3.2 percent,” said Carole Dufouil, a scientist at INSERM, the French government’s health research agency that led the study and gave results Monday at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Boston. About 35 million people worldwide have dementia, and Alzheimer’s is the most common type. In the

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U.S., about 5 million have Alzheimer’s — 1 in 9 people aged 65 and over. What causes the mind-robbing disease isn’t known, and there is no cure or treatment. France has had some of the best Alzheimer’s research in the world, partly because its former president, Nicolas Sarkozy, made it a priority. The country also has detailed

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Asiana Airlines said Monday that it will sue a San Francisco TV station that it said damaged the airline’s reputation by using bogus and racially offensive names for four pilots on the plane that crashed in San Francisco. An anchor for KTVU-TV read the names on the air Friday and then apologized after a break. The National Transportation Safety Board has also apologized, saying a summer intern confirmed the names. (AP)

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A New Hampshire woman who lied about her role in the 1994 Rwanda genocide was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison, a fate her lawyers say is equal to a death sentence. Rwanda native Beatrice Munyenyezi 43, was convicted in February of entering the U.S. and securing citizenship by lying about her role as a commander of one of the notorious roadblocks where Tutsis were singled out for slaughter. (AP)

A 6-year-old Illinois boy who was buried in 11 feet of sand for hours at a northern Indiana dune is expected to make a full neurological recovery, though he may have ongoing lung problems, a doctor who treated him said Monday. Nathan Woessner has been in critical condition since Friday, when he was rescued after falling into a sinkhole and being buried in sand for about four hours. (AP)

Chris Christie’s Sitcom Debut New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has appeared many times on late-night TV. Now he’s scored his first sitcom gig. His office confirmed Monday that the Republican will appear this fall as himself on an episode of the new NBC comedy “The Michael J. Fox Show.” (AP)

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health records on self-employed people who pay into a Medicarelike health system. Researchers used these records on more than 429,000 workers. They were 74 on average and had been retired for an average of 12 years. Nearly 3 percent had developed dementia, but the risk of this was lower for each year of age at retirement. Someone who retired at 65 had about a 15 percent lower risk of developing dementia compared to someone retiring at 60, after other factors that affect those odds were taken into account, Dufouil said. To rule out the possibility that mental decline may have led people to retire earlier, researchers did analyses that eliminated people who developed dementia within 5 years of retirement, and within 10 years of it. “The trend is exactly the same,” suggesting that work was having an effect on cognition, not the other way around, Dufouil said. Heather Snyder of the Alzheimer’s Association said the study results don’t mean everyone needs to delay retirement. “It ’s more st ay ing cognitively active, staying socially active” that’s important, she said.

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THE NSA SURVEILLANCE SCANDAL IS THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG. IN AMERICA, THOUSANDS OF WHISTLEBLOWERS, DISSIDENTS AND OTHER INNOCENTS ARE BEING SURVEILLED, STALKED, HARASSED, SABOTAGED, AND COVERTLY ATTACKED.

Dear President Obama: We the People, who have been targeted, tortured and terrorized by covert

At this writing there are an estimated 500,000 or more victims in the U.S. including many whistleblowers, dissidents, as well as everyday citizens whose sabotage has been arranged. Others appear to have been unwittingly placed into research programs designed to develop supposedly“non-lethal”weapons—including directed energy weapons which are inaudible and invisible -- yet can cause severe symptoms in the victim. These symptoms can include severe pain, difficulty thinking, and emotional distress. Some victims are subjected to the microwave auditory effect, a property of microwaves which when modulated and directed in a specific fashion at a victim, causes voices which are perceived as arising from within or slightly behind the victim’s head. Victims are simultaneously subjected to predatory group stalking and harassment with surveillance technologies that include wiretapping , computer hacking, and listening devices installed in our homes. We once led productive lives, and some of us still do, but many of us now find ourselves being defamed and falsely labeled as mentally ill or potential domestic terrorists. This in turn has resulted in many of us being blacklisted and prevented from employment, housing or medical care. Many victims live in chronic pain and illness. Some have lost hope and have committed suicide. Some believe this could well be a secret government program to target dissidents, whistleblowers, and other“undesirables.”If so, this would be in keeping with past government programs known to have targeted innocent people, such as COINTELPRO and MK-ULTRA. Mr. President, we respectfully request that you help the hundreds of thousands of people in America who are being subjected to these crimes against humanity which represent an egregious infringement of the civil rights and liberties upon which the United States was founded. At the same time, we feel it imperative to warn the general public that at any given moment, they too, may become victims of these crimes. Sincerely, The Board of Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS) on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of covert crime survivors.

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KATHY HAMILTON OF IOWA kisses former President George H.W. Bush on Monday after receiving the 5,000th Point of Light Award with Floyd Hamilton, right. President Barack Obama hosted the White House awards, which Bush started to honor volunteerism based on a line from his 1989 inaugural speech which described Americans serving each other as “a thousand points of light.”

Filibuster Tactics in Peril If GOP Stalls, Reid Warns Washington A showdown looming, Republicans and Democrats groped for a compromise Monday over confirming stalled White House appointees in a dispute that threatened what little bipartisan cooperation remains in the U.S. Senate. All 100 senators were invited to a rare closed-door meeting in the Capitol’s Old Senate Chamber, down the hall from where they debate the issues of the day with the public and news media in attendance. Majority Leader Harry Reid insisted in advance that Republicans permit yes-or-no confirmation votes on all seven of the nominees at issue. If they won’t, he declared, Democrats will change the Senate’s rules to strip them of their ability to filibuster. In a morning speech at the Center for American Progress, Reid said there was no room for a middle ground allowing votes on some but not all of the seven. But Republicans counter that a rules change made unilaterally by one party would profoundly alter

Senate Slowdowns In its purest form, a Senate delay can mean a classic filibuster — such as when Sen. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina stood at his desk in 1957 and spoke for a few minutes longer than 24 straight hours in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent action on historic civil rights legislation. In the past half-century, the filibuster has evolved, as have other means of stalling votes without requiring an around-the-clock speech that defies human endurance. (AP)

the Senate, where both parties pay tribute to maintaining minority rights that are far stronger than in the House of Representatives. Rules changes generally are made with a two-thirds vote of the Senate, meaning they must be bipartisan. “I guarantee you, it’s a decision that, if they actually go through with it, they will live to regret,” the Republican leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, said last week of the Democrats. DAVID ESPO (AP)


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The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) as the lead Federal agency and the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) are considering approvals for the proposed reconstruction of Virginia Avenue Tunnel. The Federal Railroad Administration, National Capital Planning Commission, National Park Service, and U.S. Marine Corps are cooperating agencies for this project. A Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for this project has been prepared pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Impacts of a no-build and three build alternatives are analyzed in the DEIS. A preferred alternative has not been selected yet. The DEIS also includes documentation pursuant to the requirements of Section 4(f) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Act of 1966 and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The DEIS is being released for 45 days for public comments. Please provide your comments by August 26, 2013. The DEIS is available for download at www.virginiaavenuetunnel.com and hard copies are available for review at the following locations: Federal Highway Administration, 1990 K Street NW, Suite 510, Washington, DC 20006-1103 District Department of Transportation 55 M Street SE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC 20003 Southeast Neighborhood Library, 403 7th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003 Southwest Neighborhood Library, 900 Wesley Place SW, Washington, DC 20024 A public hearing for the DEIS will be held on: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Capitol Skyline Hotel 10 I (Eye) Street SW, Washington, DC 20024 The formal presentation will start at 6:15 p.m. Both verbal and written comments will be taken at the meeting. Members of the public will be provided the opportunity to provide oral comments on a first-come-first-serve basis. Written comments can be submitted at the meeting, through regular mail to the DDOT address given above or via email to contact@virginiaavenuetunnel.com. Validated parking will be provided in the parking lot underneath the Capitol Skyline Hotel, which can be accessed at the main entrance. The nearest Metrorail station (Green Line, Navy Yard, Half-Street exit) is located four blocks away from the Capitol Skyline Hotel. In addition, free shuttle transportation services will be provided between the Arthur Capper Senior Apartments (900 5th Street SE), Van Ness Elementary School (1150 5th Street SE) and the Capitol Skyline Hotel. For more information about the free shuttle service call (202) 681-0646 or visit www.virginiaavenuetunnel.com. DDOT does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived: race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, familial status, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, genetic information, disability, source of income, status as a victim of an intrafamily offense, or place of residence or business as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the D.C. Human Rights Act of 1977, and other related statutes. If you need special accommodations or language assistance services (translation or interpretation), please email contact@virginiaavenuetunnel.com or leave a message at (202) 681-0646. These services will be provided free of charge. For more information, please contact: Steve Plano Parsons Brinckerhoff 1401 K Street NW, Suite 701 Washington, DC 20005 www.virginiaavenuetunnel.com


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Civil rights groups, including an organization headed by the Rev. Al Sharpton, plan to hold prayer vigils and rallies Saturday in at least 100 cities to protest and demand that federal civil rights charges be filed. Some protests were held Monday, including in Los Angeles, where police began making arrests after about 80 protesters blocked traffic in Hollywood. Other rallies held Sunday in cities across the country were largely peaceful, news agencies reported. (T WP/AP)

Trayvon Martin supporters march Monday through Birmingham, Ala. The crowd of about 500 sang civil rights hymns and chanted “No justice, no peace,” as police watched.

AG Calls Killing of Teen ‘Unnecessary’ Washington With the acquittal of George Zimmerman continuing to reverberate nationwide, Attorney General Eric Holder said Monday that he shares concerns about “the tragic, unnecessary shooting death” of an unarmed black teenager in Florida last year, and he vowed to pursue a federal investigation into the matter. In a speech at the social action luncheon of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority, Holder pledged that the Justice Department would work to “alleviate tensions, address community concerns and promote healing” in response to the case. “We are resolved, as you are,

to combat violence involving or directed at young people, to prevent future tragedies and to deal with the underlying attitudes, mistaken beliefs and stereotypes that serve as the basis for these too common incidents,” he said. Holder appeared at the Washington Convention Center, where the predominantly African-American sorority is celebrating the 100th

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anniversary of its 1913 founding by 22 women at Howard University in the District. Today, Holder will travel to Florida to address the NAACP’s annual convention in Orlando, a short drive from the Sanford, Fla., courthouse where Zimmerman was found not guilty Saturday night of charges that he murdered teenager Trayvon Martin last year. At the White House, press secretary Jay Carney said President Barack Obama would have no comment about the investigation. NAACP leader Benjamin Jealous launched a petition late Saturday to urge the Justice Department to file civil rights charges against Zimmerman. Response to the petition crashed the NAACP website. Hours later, the Justice Department released a statement saying that its civil rights division still has an open investigation into Martin’s death, a probe it launched in March 2012. Working with the FBI, federal prosecutors are reviewing evidence to see whether the case can be prosecuted, the statement said. Among those calling for Justice Department action are three Democratic congressmen from New York: Charles Rangel, Hakeem Jeffries and Jerrold Nadler. “It is clear that Trayvon Martin would be alive today if George Zimmerman were not deeply prejudiced and did not perceive a young black kid walking through the neighborhood as a threat,” Nadler said. WILLIAM BRANIGIN AND SARI HORWITZ (THE WASHINGTON POST )


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Syrian Refugees Adrift in Egypt Cairo Egyptian officials turn back a planeload of Syrians at Cairo airport. A popular presenter on Egyptian TV warns Syrians to steer clear of protests or face the consequences. An Egyptian state school refuses admission to Syrian children. Once welcomed in Egypt, many of the tens of thousands of Syrians who took refuge here from the civil war at home have now found themselves targets of hate speech and intimidation. Their change in fortune is one of the

Developments In Egypt: A senior U.S. diplomat on Monday urged Egypt’s military and new interim leadership to ensure an “inclusive” transition to democracy, dismissing accusations that Washington backs any one side. The visit by Deputy Secretary of State William Burns was the highest-level visit to Egypt by an American official since Mohammed Morsi was overthrown by the military July 3. In Syria: Infighting between al-Qaeda fighters and mainstream Syrian rebels has undermined the effort to topple President Bashar Assad. After violent clashes and the assassination of two rival commanders, moderate factions are publicly accusing extremists of trying to seize control of the rebellion. (AP)

“Our biggest fear now is that we get deported.” — A ZZ A M AY ED, A 32-YEAR-OLD SYRIAN REFUGEE IN EGYPT WHO REFUSED TO GIVE HIS HOMETOWN OUT OF FEARS FOR HIS SECURITY

unexpected consequences of the Egyptian military’s ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, whose Islamist-dominated government offered them favorable conditions. The shift could have a profound impact on Syrians in Egypt as they find themselves in a sort of legal

limbo. In a hint of what lies ahead, Egypt’s military-backed interim government has already imposed new travel restrictions. That has spooked many who fear their visas won’t be renewed and they could be forced to leave Egypt. Many have their savings invested in businesses or simply can’t return to their war-ravaged cities. The backlash stems from support of the mainly Sunni Syrian opposition by Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood, which offered aid to Syrians who fled the violence in their homeland. With the country in chaos, Morsi’s critics are accusing Syrians of participating in the protests that call for him to be reinstated.

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School Apologizes for Hitler Superhero Mural A university in Bangkok has apologized for an odd farewell to its graduates — a mural that featured Adolf Hitler with Superman and other superheroes, The Guardian reports. Art students painted the mural, which said “Congratulations” in big type and showed Hitler with his arm raised alongside Batman, Captain America and the Incredible Hulk. Outcry prompted the removal of the display Saturday, two days after it was put up. (EXPRESS)

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Deep Need for Press Vladimir Putin’s latest media event was modest for the Russian leader — a half-hour trip to the bottom of the Gulf of Finland to see a shipwreck. And he didn’t even find a treasure. Putin on Monday rode a small submersible to the remains of the naval frigate Oleg, which sank in 1869. Putin has a history of adventurous stunts: He once piloted a hang glider to lead endangered cranes to their native habitat and staged a scuba dive in which he retrieved pottery shards that his spokesman later admitted had been planted. (AP)

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Salvage crews are working against time to remove the shipwrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship, which is steadily being crushed under its own weight on a granite seabed off the Tuscan island of Giglio in Italy. Officials said Monday that if the attempt — which will probably take place in mid-September — fails, there won’t be a second chance. Nick Sloane, the leader of the operation, said the Concordia has compressed since it came to rest on the rocks Jan. 13, 2012, after ramming a jagged reef during a publicity stunt allegedly ordered by the captain; 32 people were killed. Sloane said experts would have one chance to pull the ship upright and float it away to the mainland for demolition. “We cannot put it back” down and start over, Sloane said. Sloane spoke aboard a work boat

The plan to remove the Costa Concordia from where it has rested since January 2012 calls for pulleys to slowly tilt the vessel upright at a rate of about 9 feet an hour.

as he accompanied journalists for an up-close look at the wreckage just before Wednesday’s trial of Capt. Francesco Schettino, who is charged with manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning

the ship before all passengers had been evacuated. Pressure to succeed in the removal of the ship is high since difficulties will only grow with time. FR ANCES D’EMILIO (AP)

The rate of China’s growth in the second quarter of this year, a sign of an economic slowdown after 7.7 and 7.9 percent rates in the previous two quarters. The downward trend raises questions about how much financial pain leaders can take in their quest for reform after almost two decades of double-digit growth. (THE WASHINGTON POST )

Apple said Monday it is investigating allegations that a 23-year-old Chinese woman was electrocuted when she answered a call on a charging iPhone 5. A local investigator told The Wall Street Journal that Ma Ailun, who died over the weekend, suffered “an obvious electronic injury,” but investigators don’t yet know what is responsible for her death. Apple imposters abound in China. (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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PM Ignores Call to Resign Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Monday brushed off demands that he resign after text messages emerged showing him comforting a political party treasurer under investigation over a slush fund and secret Swiss bank accounts. Analysts are divided over whether the scandal could prompt an early exit for Rajoy, whose conservative party ousted the ruling Socialists in 2011. (AP)


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Wait, Wait, That’s My Train! Why will Metro not hold trains at transfer stations if there are large gaps and they arrive at close to the same time? There are very few things that are as aggravating as seeing the train you wanted to transfer to pull away and there is a 20-minute gap until the next one. Former deputy general manager Dave Kubicek once told me that he would like to do that, but it wasn’t always possible for the operations control center to coordinate the different lines like that. It’s likely a matter of getting through the weekend work zones. The managers are trying

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I know the Metro is slowly replacing the older rail cars with new ones. The key word is slowly … What is the limiting factor? Are they buying them as fast as their budget allows, or do they take that long to build and Metro is getting them as fast as they can be built and delivered? I’m not sure “slowly” is the right word. Metro has ordered new cars but none has arrived yet. I wouldn’t expect to ride on them until next year. When they are delivered,

New Hampshire Avenue NW between M Street and Dupont Circle has been torn up for months now. The entire southwest area below the Circle is a mess. How much longer is this going to go on? That’s a fairly extensive project. The District Department of Transportation is rebuilding the roadway and the sidewalks in that corridor. It’s not supposed to be done till next spring. Work started last fall. This is about the length of time one of the streetscape projects takes.

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Signs of Change on H Street Deaf community wonders about its future in the area When businesses began sprouting up on H Street, they catered to a different type of urban pioneer. Their earliest patrons in the mid2000s were students from nearby Gallaudet University, tired of slogging to places like Adams Morgan only to frequent bars with little idea how to help them. And over time, H Street emerged as the city’s nexus of youth deaf culture. Now, deaf waiters work at restaurants. People walk up and down the street using American Sign Language. Bartenders know the sign for Jagermeister. Like many redeveloping communities, H Street has struggled to balance the desires of older, black residents and its burgeoning young, white population. The deaf culture adds a different, deaf-hearing element to this familiar tension, though progress is evident. But for all the area’s success, some can’t help but wonder what will happen to the deaf-friendly

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Tenja Smith, a senior at Gallaudet University, talks with recent graduate Shea Rasmus at Biergarten Haus on H Street, a popular area for the deaf community.

“We have people working at restaurants, but we can own the restaurants. We can invest in the neighborhood. This can get so much deeper for us.” — DERRICK BEHM, A RECENT GALLAUDET GRADUATE, ON THE DREAM OF ESTABLISHING A DEAF COMMUNITY OUTSIDE OF THE UNIVERSITY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD AROUND H STREET

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the university’s community liaison. So H Street has become a selling point in the competitive world of college recruitment. The result is an unmistakable cultural footprint in the neighborhood. Nur Abdulle told the story of a panhandler who pulled a pen and paper out of his pocket, then scribbled: “Do you have a dollar?” Even the beggars have adapted. The ultimate dream is to be able to use the street’s emergence as a way to create a sustainable, deaffriendly neighborhood in D.C. Even now, there are signs of that cultural exchange.

Spiecker watched as Anthony Palmer, 22, a quarterback on the football team, recounted his experience at a barbershop Spiecker recommended, which happened to be all-black. Both students are white. “I didn’t know what to do,’’ Palmer said. “They told me to come over and it was all good.” “It’s the best,” Spiecker replied. “Now I never want to get my hair cut by anyone but a black barber on H Street.” “I don’t know if I ever want to leave D.C.,” Palmer added. “This is the deaf community right here.” ROBERT SAMUELS (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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Bowing to vocal opposition, District planners have backed off a controversial proposal to eliminate long-standing requirements that developers in some areas include parking spaces in their projects. The decision not to wholly abandon “parking minimums” in outlying neighborhoods served by Metrorail and high-frequency bus lines comes as planners prepare to submit a wholesale rewrite of the city’s zoning code for approval by the Zoning Commission.

The state of Virginia on Monday outlined the steps that nonviolent felons can now take to cast a ballot in future elections. Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell had announced the mass restoration of voting and other civil rights to McDonnell nonviolent felons in May. An estimated 100,000 felons are eligible, but restoring their rights may not be easy. The

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The Golden Age of Baseball came to an end about 50 years ago. Since then, the league has gone through expansion, endured a strike and dealt with a major steroid problem. Baseball has changed, but the recent influx of talented young ball players could mean another golden age is upon us. Three position players 21 or younger — the Nationals’ Bryce Harper, the Angels’ Mike Trout and the Orioles’ Manny Machado — will play in tonight’s All-Star game (8 p.m., Fox). This crop of phenoms resembles some of the greatest players from the Golden Age. JEFFREY TOMIK (EXPRESS)

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GOLDEN AGE COMPARISON: WILLIE MAYS

GOLDEN AGE COMPARISON: MICKEY MANTLE

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Why they’re alike: Mays is the best five-tool player of all time. Trout, meanwhile, had one of the best allaround seasons in baseball history last year. In 2012, the Angels outfielder batted .326 with 30 home runs, 83 RBIs, 129 runs and 49 stolen bases in 139 games, finishing second in the AL MVP voting. Mays became one of the youngest MVPs when he won as a 23-yearold in 1954. The Giants center fielder led the league in batting, slugging, OPS and triples that year.

Why they’re alike: Before Harper even reached the big leagues he was compared to Mantle, who was a baseball prodigy himself. Both made their major league debuts as teenagers. Harper’s hard-nosed style of play, athleticism and raw power resemble Mantle’s. In his career, the Yankees outfielder averaged a home run every 15.1 at-bats. This season, Harper has averaged one homer every 15.5 at-bats. Mantle lived up to his enormous hype as a teenage phenom. Harper, who at 20 will be playing in his second All-Star game tonight, seems on his way to doing the same.

Why they’re alike: Anyone who plays third for the Orioles will be compared to Robinson, who was the best defensive third baseman in baseball history. The Hall of Famer won 16 Gold Gloves. He also was the 1964 AL MVP, 1970 World Series MVP and an 18-time All-Star. Machado is on his way to his first Gold Glove. On top of making spectacular plays on a regular basis, he’s consistent. Among third basemen, Machado’s second in the AL in fielding percentage (.980) and leads the majors in double plays made. His Defensive WAR (2.7) is 1.0 better than anyone else at his position.

Making history: Last year, Harper was the youngest position player to play in an All-Star game. The outfielder went 0-for-1 with a walk and a strikeout. This year he’ll be the youngest player ever to start for the NL.

Making history: Machado is on pace to hit 66 doubles, which would be one shy of the single-season major league record. His 39 doubles is already more than Robinson ever hit in one season.

Surprising stat: Home runs hit before turning 20 Harper: 22 Mantle: 13

Surprising stat: Errors in first 147 games of career Machado: 11 Robinson: 16

Making history: Last year Trout, 21, became the youngest player to hit 30 home runs and steal 30 bases in a single season. He needs 15 homers and nine steals in the second half to reach that feat in back-to-back years, something Mays did in 1956-57. Surprising stat: Batting average in first 271 games of career Trout: .312 Mays: .293


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1. Cardinals (57-36) They are hitting .337 with runners in scoring position. 2. Red Sox (58-39) They have scored 21 more runs than anyone in baseball. 3. Pirates (56-37) The last time they had five All-Stars was 1972. 4. Athletics (56-39) Donaldson is not an AllStar but may be top three in AL MVP voting. 5. Rays (55-41) They have gone 12-2 since the start of July. 6. Braves (54-41) They have the largest division lead in baseball. 7. Tigers (52-42) Cabrera is in first or second in the AL in each Triple Crown category. 8. Rangers (54-41) Darvish leads the majors with 157 strikeouts. 9. Reds (53-42) Votto, Choo and Bruce each have an OPS higher than .830. 10. Orioles (53-43) Davis homered in his last four games before the All-Star break. 11. Yankees (51-44) They end the first half in fourth place in the AL East.

Biggest jump: The Rays climbed six spots after winning nine of their past 10 games.

Biggest drop: The Angels entered the break on a three-game skid and fell four spots.

12. Indians (51-44) They’re only 1½ games back of the Tigers in the AL Central.

18. Blue Jays (45-49) Dickey has allowed 67 earned runs this year after allowing 71 all of 2012.

13. D-backs (50-45) Goldschmidt has stayed hot, hitting .353 in July.

19. Angels (44-49) They have a 4.31 team ERA, which ranks 27th in baseball.

14. Nationals (48-47) How will Strasburg bounce back from the worst start of his career? 15. Dodgers (47-47) They are 24-15 since Puig was called up on June 3. 16. Phillies (48-48) They’ve won four series in a row vs. the Pirates, Braves, Nationals and White Sox. 17. Rockies (46-50) Gonzalez (.610) and Cuddyer (.568) have the top two slugging percentages in the National League.

20. Royals (43-49) As a team, they have just 23 more homers than the Orioles’ Davis. 21. Giants (43-51) They have just four wins in July and were swept by the Mets last week. 22. Mariners (43-52) They have the second most runs and an MLB-high 22 homers in July. 23. Mets (41-50) Harvey is the first pitcher from the host team to start an All-Star game since 2004.

24. Cubs (42-51) Anyone want to take Garza or Soriano off our hands? 25. Padres (42-54) Even in the tight, subpar NL West, they’re out of it. 26. Twins (39-53) They have one save the entire month of July. 27. Brewers (38-53) None of their starters have a winning record. 28. White Sox (37-55) Dunn’s strikeouts are down. He’s only on pace for 190. 29. Marlins (35-58) They’re last in runs, batting average and slugging.

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American League 1. Mike Trout, Angels, LF 2. Robinson Cano, Yankees, 2B 3. Miguel Cabrera, Tigers, 3B 4. Chris Davis, Orioles, 1B 5. Jose Bautista, Blue Jays, RF 6. David Ortiz, Red Sox, DH 7. Adam Jones, Orioles, CF 8. Joe Mauer, Twins, C 9. J.J. Hardy, Orioles, SS

National League 1. Brandon Phillips, Reds, 2B 2. Carlos Beltran, Cardinals, RF 3. Joey Votto, Reds, 1B 4. David Wright, Mets, 3B 5. Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies, LF 6. Yadier Molina, Cardinals, C 7. Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies, SS 8. Michael Cuddyer, Rockies, DH 9. Bryce Harper, Nationals, CF


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Value of soccer club Real Madrid, the most valuable sports team, according to Forbes. Manchester United and Barcelona hold the next two spots. Thirty of the 32 NFL teams made the top 50 list, along with seven baseball teams and seven soccer teams. The Washington Redskins were No. 8 on the list, worth $1.6 billion. (AP)

TV Lineup SOCCER (8 P.M., FOX SOCCER) The U.S. men’s team faces Costa Rica in its final group play game of the Gold Cup. Both sides have already advanced to the quarterfinals, but the match will determine which team wins Group C.

Selig: Game Is Cleaner Than Ever Commissioner backs baseball’s current drug-testing program Baseball With his staff pursuing yet another investigation into performanceenhancing drugs, Commissioner Bud Selig defended baseball’s drug-testing program on the eve of the All-Star game and insisted “this sport is cleaner than it’s ever been.” Selig declined to detail timing for decisions in the probe of the closed anti-aging clinic Biogenesis, accused of distributing performing-enhancing drugs. MLB could attempt to discipline former MVPs Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun along with other players. Baseball began drug testing for the 2003 season, added pen-

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alties the following year, banned amphetamines in 2006 and started HGH blood testing last year. Critics said baseball didn’t move quickly enough. “People say, ‘Well, you were slow to react.’ We were not slow to react,”

Selig said Monday. “In fact, I heard that this morning, and it aggravated me all over again.” There were eight violations of the major league drug program last year, and All-Star game MVP Melky Cabrera was among those

who served a 50-game suspension following a positive PEDs test. There have been no suspensions in the big leagues this year. During a question-and-answer session arranged by Politico, a question was sent by Will, identified as an 8-year-old in Los Angeles. He asked: “How old will I be when ... you can say that there are no more cheaters in baseball, not one?” “Will, this is what I would say to you,” Selig responded. “I used to object way back when, when people would talk about steroids. They’re not a baseball problem or a football problem or a basketball problem. They’re a societal problem.” Selig, who turns 79 on July 30, has said repeatedly he intends to retire, only to change his mind. His current term runs through December 2014, and he has made no effort to start planning for a successor. RONALD BLUM (AP)

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If you’re scared of open-water swimming, don’t read “Open Water Swimming Manual” ($16, Vintage Books). Author Lynne Cox is an accomplished athlete who’s held the speed record for crossing the English Channel, but she has more horror stories than helpful tips. A full 40 pages are devoted to “Dangerous Marine Organisms,” starting with bristle worms. Add in seasickness, hypothermia and sinus infections, and it’s unclear why anyone does this sport.

“You’re burning more calories, you’re getting better as a swimmer, you’re building strength,” says the 51-year-old, who notes that the challenge can be as much mental as it is physical. “The idea of black water, cold water, unknown, swimming

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A Stroke of Pluck D.C. swimmers brave the Potomac River to get some experience with open-water laps Sick of swimming pools? Try a much bigger body of water: the Potomac River.

The Concept “It’s a different element to not have anything around you, to be completely engulfed in nature,” says Denis Crean, who has been racing in oceans, rivers and lakes for the past 15 years. He was frustrated that there were no places close to home where he could train for those races. So he created WaveOne Swimming (waveoneswimming.com), which — for the past three summers — has been helping Washingtonians sample open-water swims Thursday nights at National Harbor.

The Atmosphere Everyone wants to know if the Potomac is clean enough for swimming. That includes Crean and Potomac Valley Swimming Safety Committee Chairman Kurt Thiel, who continuously monitor the water and cancel swims if there’s a risk of contamination. (Bacteria levels fluctuate with rainfall, and it’s not always safe to dive in.) “No one here has ever had any issues,” Crean says. “That’s probably because if we don’t think it’s right, we cancel. We’re not going to put people’s health in jeopardy.” That rule also applies to bad weather, which is why WaveOne calls off swims if there’s a threat of dangerous storms or poor visibility. But part of the thrill of openwater swimming is facing whatever challenges Mother Nature delivers, be it floating branches or choppy water. And there’s always at least one certified lifeguard in a kayak,

WaveOne gives swimmers practice jumping into the water at National Harbor, right, and then a chance to work on endurance and technique as they round buoys set up off the North Pier, left.

as well as a handful of spotters in boats and on boards in the water, in case of emergency. “As long as the condition’s safe, we’re gonna go, because we want people to experience wind, currents and all those things,” Crean says. “When they get into a race, they need to be prepared.”

The Logistics

or in distress, you’ll probably be in a rescue tube and floating on your back in a hurry,” Thiel says.) After the instructions, everyone jumps into the water from the dock. Most swimmers head out on their own. For those who like a more structured swim, coach Tammy Lowengrub often leads drills, such as alternating between easy and fast laps. Sometimes she has the athletes practice race starts to get used to being knocked around by other swimmers. “We’ll get t hem bunched together and blow a whistle, and then they’ll take off,” Crean says.

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The WaveOne crew uses buoys to set up a 300- to 400-meter course off National Harbor’s North Pier. People start arriving about 30 minutes prior to the announced swim time to check in, socialize and listen to safety instructions. One note Thiel emphasizes is how swimmers can let him know they’re OK when he approaches in his kayak. They’re taught to put a hand on their swim cap and hold it there for three seconds. (“If I even have a hint that you’re distressed

The Workout Open-water swimming is always tougher than laps in a pool, says triathlete and nuclear engineer Tom Hull, who lives in Arlington.

Safety officer Kurt Thiel has advice for alleviating the fear of taking the plunge: “Get your faces in the water after you get in. It starts the mammalian diving reflex. Your pulse rate will come down, your breathing rate will come under control, and your chest will not be cramping up.”

in the dark, you see nothing. That’s scary stuff.” Now in his third year of training with WaveOne, Hull says he’s overcome that fear and worked his way up to a 6.24-mile swim.

The Crowd An average of 70 triathletes, competitive swimmers and Special Olympians come out to splash around the Potomac on Thursday nights. But there aren’t any beginners: To participate, you must be able to cover 750 meters in a pool or 400 to 500 meters in the open water without stopping. “Within 10, 20 yards we know if you cannot do it,” says Crean, who will pull novices out of the water if necessary. “We don’t want to divert our resources to one person.” (Not ready? WaveOne offers pool clinics throughout the year to help wannabe open-water swimmers get in shape.) After spending time together in the drink, it’s time for some drinks. Everyone dries off and heads to a nearby bar once the sun goes down. TR ACY KRULIK (FOR E XPRESS)

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like your wife is being downright beastly. (I also wonder how she treats you behind closed doors.) It’s a conversation you simply must have — she could be depressed, anxious or any number of things, but you (and her waiters) deserve better. “Lately I’ve felt that something’s getting under your skin” is a good start; seek out professional support if you need it.

Just as people with infants can no longer keep up the same stilettoto-sweatpants ratio as people without kids, people who are recently divorced will not necessarily be privy to as many giddy engagement conversations as those who are happily married. The trick is not taking this personally. It’s natural that they might feel awkward discussing marriage as the great American utopia with someone whose experience with it was more akin to a nightmare. It also might make them anxious to reflect on how things changed so quickly for you. Accept this, but be open in showing your joy for them and the fact that you’re not against a good boutonniere discussion.

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Mudslinging is always popular around D.C. but never as literally as it will be this weekend. On Saturday, the Lozilu Women’s Mud Run ($69-$79, lozilu.com) brings a “filthy 5K” with obstacles to the Frederick Fairgrounds. Any guys who want to make a mess can wait until Sunday, when The Merrell Down & Dirty ($65-$80, downanddirtymudrun.com) lands at Prince George’s Stadium with two courses, a kids’ race and a pull-up contest.


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the length of the legendary path the summer after her college graduation. After setting the women’s record on the trail in the summer of 2008, Davis was convinced she could go even faster. So she started seriously training, which involved hikes with heavy packs, core work and weightlifting. Davis added yoga to improve her flexibility and to counteract the stress she was putting on her body. Part of her strategy was to stick with hiking rather than running —

an unorthodox approach for the trail. “I knew I’d have to put in longer days this way, but I wasn’t as likely to sustain an injury,” Davis says. “Hiking is relatively low-impact. It’s not a contact sport unless you fall, which I try not to do.” Her theory was tested just days into the hike, when she was hobbled by excruciating shin splints. It’s a common woe for Appalachian Trail veterans, however, so Davis accepted the pain as a rite of passage. “I thought as long as I got out there, my legs would eventually get better,” says Davis, noting that the setback forced her to pace herself. Since giving birth eight months ago, Davis has been forced to slow down again. But she still has trail fever: Her new goal is to hike in all 50 states (and D.C.) with her husband and baby. It fits in with the mission of her North Carolina-based Blue Ridge Hiking Company, which specializes in guiding women and children, who tend to be less confident on trails. “As they become more comfortable, they can go longer, and go by themselves,” Davis says. VICK Y HALLET T (E XPRESS)

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“It’s a good motivator during the workout,” the Arlington resident says. Although curious stares can make it a bit more embarrassing to pulse legs up and out or do some pelvis tucking, Nguyen doesn’t mind as long as she’s helping expose more people to her favorite kind of workout. Katie Ginsburg, 28, wasn’t lured by the promise of a dip in the deep end as much as the scenery swap: “It’s nice to have something different to look at.” When Price told the class to roll on their backs after a strenuous butt-toning section, the dozen women in class got a view of the bright blue sky along with their glute stretch. It’s easy to see how someone could get used to this, says Price, who’d like to offer more weekly pop-ups — by the pool and beyond. Later this month, Lava Barre will also launch a series outside in Rosslyn. “We’re always changing up classes, so clients are being challenged in cool ways,” Price says. And they have a new way to cool off, too. VICK Y HALLET T (E XPRESS)

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For Art’s Sake Last week, Jay-Z performed “Picasso Baby,” a track off his new album, “Magna Carta … Holy Grail,” at New York’s Pace Gallery. He lip-synched the song to a small crowd for six hours, part video shoot, part performance art. Jay has positioned this record as art on par with classical and modern works of all mediums. The cover references a 16th-century sculpture by Italian artist Battista di Domenico By Shauna Lorenzi, and “Picasso” Miller is stuffed with enough art-world name-drops to surprise me with the rapper’s legitimate passion for the stuff. He’ll also create six works to accompany the record’s release. This was the first, even if it was kinda stolen. Three hours into Jay’s performance, Marina Abramovic showed up and pressed her forehead to his, as big an art blessing as he could hope for. She invented endurance-asperformance; in 2010, she sat silently for 736 hours at the Museum of Modern Art for “The Artist Is Present.” Jay-Z has been raising rap’s game since his 1996 debut, “Reasonable Doubt.” He gets respect because he’s real. He hustled hard to get to this place, which could be off-putting in its weird bravado but isn’t. It’s transformation and experimentation. It’s art. Connect with Shauna and Sound Bets on Twitter: @Shaunajmiller

Comedy If the daring young No Rules Theatre Company is now showing something called “The No Rules Show,” what can audiences expect? “We’re calling it half ‘The Judy Garland Show,’ half Conan O’Brien,” says Brian Sutow, the co-artistic director of No Rules. Joshua Morgan, the other artistic director, is the host, playing piano and interviewing guests. So it’s a variety show, starring Morgan, directed by Sutow. Only with a twist, because the puckish, upbeat Morgan is such a wild card. He explains the time he and Sutow were performing their own mature-themes comic cabaret, “Assembly Required: How to Write,

Produce and Stage a Musical – The Musical!” at the Capital Fringe Festival. They billed it with cautionary warnings, yet at one performance, a family showed up with two kids. Morgan and Sutow glanced at each other, thinking quickly about what to do. “My eyes were totally like, ‘Get ready for it!’ ” Morgan cackles. A moment later, Morgan was in one of the kids’ laps. “That’s a perfect example,” he says, “of, like …” “What?” the bemused Sutow interjects. “Us responding differently to situations?” Sutow and Morgan met in 2005 as freshmen at the University of North Carolina’s School of the Arts, and at first they tried writing musicals together. They abandoned that but pursued just about everything else in a program that didn’t box them into narrow tracks. T hey a re

Host (and wild card) Joshua Morgan will play piano and interview guests for “The No Rules Show.”

‘No Rules’ Guests Wednesday: Ryan Bos and Bernie Delia from Capital Pride Thursday: Local NBC anchor Barbara Harrison and comic Jamel Johnson Friday: Comedian Sara Armour and actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani Saturday: Host Joshua Morgan’s mom, Jennifer Kohl, and Ryan Hunter Mitchell, lead singer of the D.C. band Shark Week Sunday: Comedian Matty Litwack

hyphenates: Morgan decides that Sutow is an actor-writer-producer. He identifies himself as an actorwriter-teacher. “We trained as actors,” Sutow says. “But Joshua was always directing, and I was always writing. We knew we didn’t have to compartmentalize.” No Rules is a two-city troupe. Their seasons are split between D.C. (where it is concluding the first season of a three-year resi-

dency deal at Arlington’s Signature Theatre) and Winston-Salem, N.C. The No Rules projects have ranged from “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” to a dark comedy called “Suicide, Inc.,” and not every show plays in both cities. For the current variety show bearing the company name, scheduled guests include local performers (see box). “There is a lot of room for liberties,” Sutow says. “It’s very scripted and very improvised.” “I was thinking how amazing it would be to have Paula Deen on the show,” Morgan says. “That’s what I love about No Rules,” Sutow says, “and something we haven’t really stepped away from so far: a w illingness to t r y a ny t h i ng once.” NELSON PRESSLEY (THE WASHINGTON POST)

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one outside the Beltway (or even many people inside the Beltway?) guffawing over jokes about energy policy. And there are plenty of corny, indecipherable lines presumably intended as insidery banter. So maybe Raffety is trying a little too hard. But regardless, it’s nice to watch a political sitcom that

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includes a few shots of D.C. outside the stylized opening sequence. And unlike, say, “Veep” or “House of Cards,” locals can actually participate in “Cap South”: Raffety told Politico that viewers will be invited to play extras in the yetto-be-filmed season finale, and he’s set up a fake phone number for Rep. Englewright’s office.

Unlike the D.C.-set shows “Veep” and “House of Cards,” Web series “Cap South” includes several real shots of Washington.

traipse around Capitol Hill. There are weird constituent phone calls, visits to cupcake shops, overblown political ads — even a “new media journalist” who (ahem) “routinely goes days without bathing” and “enjoys Indian food and regret.” Raffety and Co. certainly have a lot of satirize-able material in

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TV Tonight: ‘Suits’ “Suits” (10 p.m., USA) enters its third season with Mike Ross (Patrick Adams, left) in a Don Draper situation. Just as the morose ad man on “Mad Men” spent most of that drama’s first season worrying that somebody would guess his secret identity, Mike is now obsessed that Rachel (Meghan Markle) will reveal that this legal mastermind never bothered to attend law school. The glossy drama was the network’s most popular drama back in the first quarter of this year. (UNIVERSAL UCLICK)

establishment D.C., perhaps better known in recent days merely as “This Town.” And they do poke fun at the absurdities of politics, to occasionally hilarious effect. The plot of the pilot, for instance, revolves around a ridiculously named special interest group called “The Coalition for a Breez-

ier Tomorrow,” and — when asked about a former congressman’s most prized piece of legislation — his chief of staff stutters, “right, the Area 51 memorial highway.” But how comedic you find “Cap South” also probably has a lot to do with how far you work from the Hill. It’s hard to imagine any-

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They’ve Got the ‘Magic’ Inside A new documentary tracks quirky, aspiring David Copperfields Film Review It’s not impossible to imagine that one of the earnest, slightly gawky teens and pre-teens who are profiled in “Magic Camp,” a documentary about an intensive, weeklong summer camp for aspiring magicians, might one day grow up to become a working magician. After all, as Judd Ehrlich’s charming portrait of Tannen’s Magic Camp notes, previous attendees of the acclaimed suburban Philadelphia program have included David Blaine and David Copperfield. Beneath their skill and polish, both of those adult artists still exude the same geekily singular focus that we see in Ehrlich’s unformed subjects. They include Jonah Conlin, a dyslexic though hyperverbal 12-year-

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There are many shows written about D.C. but very few written for the people who live here — the ones who know, for instance, that Farragut Square doesn’t look like an office park and there is no Meridian Park Metro. But with his new Web series “Cap South,” filmmaker Rob Raffety is trying to change that: He is, after all, a former Hill staffer, and he still lives in Arlington. “Cap South” (streaming on YouTube and capsouththeseries.com) follows the antics of fictional congresswoman Gracie Todd Englewright and her oddball staff as they

‘Magic Camp’ (NR) Director: Judd Ehrlich In a Nutshell: A documentary about an intensive summer camp for aspiring magicians, such as Jonah Conlin, above. Where to Watch: Amazon, iTunes, VUDU, Xbox or cable VOD

old; 19-year-old Brian Woodbridge, who has Tourette’s syndrome; 18-year-old high school dropout Reed Spool; and Zoe Reiches, a

16-year-old in a Wonder Woman costume who is one of only seven girls in a class of 103. If the film’s subjects seem a mite odd in one way or another, they’re really no different from any other adolescent trying to figure out who he or she is. And that is the film’s true theme, even more than the mastery of magic technique. Though Ehrlich spends a lot of time watching these young magicians hone their art in preparation for the camp’s big competition, he also shows this group of young people to be just that: people. “Magic Camp” is a wonderful companion to “Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay,” in which the famous prestidigitator reminisces about his magical education. But “Magic Camp” carries an even more valuable lesson. As one of the counselors tells his students: “Revel in your quirkiness.” That’s pretty good advice for anyone, magic nerd or not. MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN (THE WASHINGTON POST )


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Write on The Walls The streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina, are known for their creative, political graffiti. Twenty-one Argentine artists of the collective graffitimundo have collaborated to bring that vibe to D.C. with their exhibit “The Talking Walls of Buenos Aires,” which includes this piece by an artist identified only as Mart. The Fridge, 516½ Eighth St. SE; through July 28, free; thefridgedc.com. (Eastern Market)

Artist Peter Coffin specializes in whimsical works, including custom UFOs, which he zoomed over Rio and Poland. “Peter Coffin: Here & There” presents a variety of his pieces — check out an installation of scavenged blue items (one is a Toyota), which mimics the nesting ritual of the male bowerbird. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Independence Avenue and Seventh Street SW; through Oct. 6, free; 202-633-1000, hirshhorn.si.edu. (L’Enfant Plaza)

Wild World Atlanta-based rockers The Wild have a good ol’ indiepunk-hoedown thing going. The five-piece is loose in the best way — not sloppy, but like they had definitely been partying before hitting “record” for their latest disc, “Dreams are Maps.” They’ve got a little bit of The Replacements in their sound, and even a little bit of The Pogues. Black Cat, 1811 14th St. NW; today, 8 p.m., $10; 202-667-7960, blackcatdc.com. (U Street)

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“It’s gloriously soapy and genuinely moving. Who knew that the story of strangers learning to live together could be so entertaining? Actually, we all knew that. But it’s rarely done this intelligently or this well.” — BROWBEAT’S JUNE THOMAS AT SLATE.COM raves about the new

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) An early glitch has you rethinking your entire approach. Keep moving forward, however, and you’ll begin to see results. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) The time has come for you to take better care of yourself — emotionally, at least. Certain tricky situations can be resolved.

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A site along the Potomac River is designated the permanent seat of the United States government; the area becomes Washington, D.C.

1969

Apollo 11 blasts off from Cape Kennedy on the first manned mission to the surface of the moon.

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Former California Gov. Ronald Reagan wins the Republican presidential nomination at the party’s convention in Detroit.

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99 $

List $1399

Queen Set • Firm

Queen Set • Firm

Queen Set • Plush

99

List $1599

List $999

Twin, Full & King sizes available at similar savings.

48Month Financing On purchases of $3499 or more made between 7/16/13 and 7/17/13 with your Sleepy's credit card. Equal monthly payments required.* Other special financing offers available: 24 months on purchases of $1999 - $2998.99, 36 months on purchases of $2999 - $3498.99††

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Queen Set Cushion Firm

List $2399

Now $1199

Cool Gel Pillows with Sealy CoolSense purchase

*Offer applies only to single-receipt qualifying purchases. No interest will be charged on promo purchase for 48 Mos, and during promo period fixed monthly payments are required equal to initial promo purchase amount divided equally by 48.The fixed monthly payment may be higher than the min. payment that would be required if the purchase was a non-promotional purchase. Reg. account terms apply to non-promotional purchases and, after promo ends, to promotional purchases. For new accounts: Purchase APR is 29.99%; Min. Interest Charge is $2. Existing cardholders should see their credit card agreement for their applicable terms. ††Subject to credit approval. Min. monthly payments required. See store for details. All models available for purchase and may not be on display. Photos are for illustration purposes only. Not responsible for typographical errors. Previous sales do not apply. Cannot be combined with any other offers.

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