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Victims: New face won’t heal old sins Questions surround Rigali’s replacement, who dealt with sex abuse cases in Denver How will he take reins of still-evolving scandal in Philly Archdiocese? {page 02}

Pie in the face for Murdoch Media mogul attacked during parliamentary session Says day was the most humbling he’s had {pages 06-07}

Kelly Rowland, fashion survivor Former Destiny’s Child member has toned down the glitz, but she also has no regrets {page 15}

Denver’s Archbishop Charles Chaput has presided over a sex abuse scandal in his own archdiocese since 2005, settling with 43 victims.

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Chaput dealt with sex abuse in Colo. Victims’ advocates say Chaput has lots to prove in how he handles still unfolding sex abuse scandal in Philly Settled with 43 victims in Denver RIKARD LARMA/METRO

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Choker suspect identified Police have identified the at-large suspect in a series of violent robberies in the last month that all occurred in Society Hill. Willie Wyche, 39, allegedly has been identified in an attack near Seventh and Lombard streets on July 10 and possibly four other attacks.

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Chaput, right, takes over after 14 years as Archbishop of Denver, where his archdiocese settled with 43 victims of sex abuse.

Cardinal Justin Rigali announced his retirement yesterday in an oddly cheerful sendoff. Though he gave age as the official reason for his departure, the beleaguered archdiocese’s ongoing sex abuse scandal will likely haunt his legacy. Successor, Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput, has also received criticism for his handling widespread abuse cases. “He was not in any way helpful to the survivor community,” said Barbara Doris of Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests, Midwest. “He fought the

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“If I have offended anyone in any way, I am deeply sorry. I apologize for any weaknesses on my part in representing Christ and his Church worthily and effectively.”

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Denver Allegations surfaced: 2005-2008 Number of victims: 43 have settled for $8.2 million Priests removed: 1 in 2010. Most abuse allegations reportedly involve three deceased clergymen Philadelphia Allegations surfaced: 2005-2011 Number of victims: 50 listed in grand jury report Priests removed: 21 so far, four have been charged

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reform of the statue of limitations, he bullied survivors into mediation to protect his secrets and he kept documents from being released.” In May, the very investi-

Woman settles with NYPD

Denver and Philadelphia have both been rocked by abuse claims.

A South Philadelphia woman has a valuable souvenir from New York City – a $125,000 settlement with the city after being refused insulin during an October arrest for smoking a joint.

Jaime Rutkowski, 30, a Type-1 diabetic, was at a restaurant on the Lower East Side when she and a friend were arrested by plainclothes officers. According to documents filed

True reform still needed Advocates say Chaput’s appointment doesn’t alleviate the archdiocese’s overarching problem: restoring confidence through real reform. “I don’t think that [the archdiocese] can ever heal until they actually do something to make significant changes,” Doris said. “Parents are very concerned about the safety of their children and right now they have absolutely no reason to believe that anything has changed or that their children are safe.” METRO/AW

gator Rigali appointed to chair an archdiocese internal investigative panel, attorney Ana Maria Cantazaro wrote in her initial report that he “failed miserably at being open and transparent” regarding the allegations. “We think that the fact that it was accepted now is closely related to the grand jury reports and the fact that he clearly was not doing his due diligence in reporting abusive priests,” said Karen Polesir, Pa. chapter director of SNAP. ALEX WIGGLESWORTH awigglesworth@metro.us

in the case, Rutkowski was denied access to her confiscated glucose kit and insulin despite repeated requests until her sugar level was more than three times a normal level. METRO/SDL


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Developer wants to wrap vacant building with advertising to raise cash Zoning laws, some neighbors present challenge Hearing postponed

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A developer’s proposal to put signs on a building along Interstate 95 in Pennsport is challenging the city’s zoning laws for the Delaware River waterfront and drawing the ire of some community members. Bart Blatstein, the developer behind the Piazza at Schmidt’s and the Pier 70 Shopping Center on Christopher Columbus Boulevard, proposes wrapping three non-accessory signs around a building on Columbus Boulevard that has been vacant for more than a decade. The project needs a zoning variance, partly because of its proximity to homes, but is also

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manizing,” said Steve Weixler of the Central Delaware Advocacy Group. Blatstein argues that the signs would be temporary and help generate money to redevelop the building. “Part of the reason why [it is] undeveloped is because it was built as an industrial building. Industrial is no longer relevant there,” said Robert Patterson, the lawyer representing the project, noting that the building is zoned as commercial. “At some point, Bart can see what the appropriate use will be for the building.”

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Book closes on Borders After 40 years of business, Borders Books announced yesterday that it will sell the assets of its remaining 399 stores across the country, including 15 in the Philadelphia region. Those will likely close in the coming months, by the end of August or in early September, according to reports.

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Less money for students in economy Almost two-thirds of U.S. shoppers plan to spend the same or less this back-toschool season as last year, a survey showed, in an early sign that retailers may not obtain a huge boost from the second-biggest selling season of the year. About 65 percent of parents surveyed by America’s Research Group said they did not plan to spend more during the key season that typically runs from late July into early September as students gear up for the upcoming school year. While many retailers have already started advertising weeks ahead of school year’s start, about 43 percent of parents said

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Report: 30 percent in 12 states obese WASHINGTON. At least 30 per-

cent of people in 12 states were obese in 2010 — an increase of three states from a year earlier, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. No state reported that less than 20 percent of adults were obese, the Atlanta-based agency said yesterday in a statement. That means no state met the national Healthy People 2010 goal to lower the prevalence to 15 percent.

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Mogul plays up humility, regret Rupert Murdoch called it the most humble day of his life, and he can rarely have looked as ill at ease as he did during yesterday’s parliamentary hearing. The 80-year-old press baron spent much of the three-hour hearing with his head bowed, at times staring at the back of his hands, and rarely showed the passion and aggression on which he built his business over six decades. He answered many questions in monosyllables and frequently left long pauses before uttering short replies, apologizing repeatedly for the hacking by his now defunct News of the World newspaper but shedding little light on what went on. “This is the most humble day of my life,” he said. REUTERS

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Rupert Murdoch, unperturbed by a shaving cream pie attack in Britain’s Parliament, apologized yesterday for the phone hacking scandal that has engulfed his empire but said he would not resign as he had himself been let down by others. Murdoch, at times appearing all of his 80 years as he took lengthy pauses before answering questions alongside his 38-year-old son, said he had been ashamed by the allegations and won some sympathy for his apparent remorse.

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2 The feed ... Checking in with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to see what they’ve been up to — in their own words, in 140 characters or less. Today, Kelly Osbourne is throwing things out, Snoop Dogg is trying new things, Paris Hilton is probably really hungry and Conan O’Brien is easily starstruck. @MissKellyO just did a little spring cleaning and found a twix that expired in 1995! @SnoopDogg yall on that google+ yet? add tha dogg ya digg! search “snoop dogg” @ParisHilton On my first day of the juice cleanse diet @ConanOBrien You never know who you’ll run into at the Warner Bros commissary. I just saw the guy who plays that guy on that show. You know — that guy!

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Breaking news: J. Lo is sexy

Lady Gaga does it for the children Let it never be said that Lady Gaga didn’t put on a show. When she stopped by Howard Stern’s radio show yesterday, she denied lip syncing live: “You think I’m going to ask these sweet 14-yearolds to ask their parents to buy a $100 ticket then run around in latex and lip sync? No way.” Not that she’s taking any cheap shots at her peers who famously do. When asked how she felt about writing songs that made other people famous before she became a household name/pest, she played nice. “Fricking Britney Spears

Even stranger than the fact that Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony got married is this little bit of gossip about one of the reasons they’re splitting up: He thought J. Lo was too sexy. It seems that, in the process of begging for the title of Mr. Jennifer Lopez, Anthony forgot he was marrying the woman who wore That Dress. “He would make her feel terrible about herself if she wanted to wear something sexy,” a source tells UsMagazine.com. “He likes her to dress in a demure, ‘wife’ style. He hated the fact that she was a sex symbol.” How many marriages go downhill because the mother of 3-year-old twins is too sexy? Prepare yourselves: Jto-the-L-O is going to be owning this irreconcilable difference on every red carpet that’ll have her.

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sible dress in the kitchen anytime soon. In the PittJolie house, she’s in charge, according to E!

Is it just us, or was this pretty memorable?

sang my record. I was doing backflips and ordering drinks when I heard she was going to be recording my song.”

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Online. “She rules him,” says an anonymous “friend” of Brad to the site. “You can never put anything past that Angie, as she’s the one calling the shots.” Those are shots we’re kind of afraid to even write about.

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been quietly seeing each other over the last few months, but the actor’s recent drama with rumored baby mama Alexis Knapp has cooled things off between them, according E! Online. A source says that Lovato and Phillippe’s

relationship “was really hot and heavy for a while,” but the Disney star didn’t know Phillippe was going to be a father with Knapp’s baby “until it basically happened. It kind of threw her for a loop.” The pair have been on a break since Knapp gave birth two weeks ago, the source says.

Perks of being a Beckham Having David Beckham as a dad certainly has its benefits, as Brooklyn, Romeo and

Talk about a good seat.

Cruz Beckham are set to enjoy a private concert by their favorite singer, Justin Bieber, according to Hollyscoop. “I’ve agreed to give the boys a private concert at their house — if David gives me some private soccer lessons,” Bieber says. “He told me how happy it would make the boys, so I had to say yes.” The pop star could also include girlfriend Selena Gomez in the gig, he admits: “Maybe now [that] they have a girl, Selena will have to come too, and dedicate a song to Harper.”


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1: Peter Jackson attended the world premiere of “The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn” at Hotel Royal Monceau Raffle on Tuesday night in Paris, France. 2: Rufus Wainwright poses at a post-show drinks reception after his debut performance of his “House of Rufus” concert series at The Royal Opera House on Monday in London.

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3: Mila Kunis visits “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” at Rockefeller Center on Monday in New York City. 4: Sway Calloway and actor Jerry Ferrara (Turtle on “Entourage”) pose on Calloway’s first day of his new show “Sway in the Morning” on Eminem’s Shade 45 channel at SiriusXM Studio on Monday in New York, New York.

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5: Courtney Love attends the “Friends With Benefits” New York premiere after party at The Standard on Monday night in New York City. 6: Erykah Badu performs on stage at Brixton Academy on Sunday in London, United Kingdom.

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Meet Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, too Jim Cummings has been giving our favorite stuffed animals their voices since the mid-’80s And then there’s his gig as the ‘Anti Pooh’

Jim Cummings might sound familiar to you.

Giving a voice to the sweetest stuffed bear in the Hundred Acre Wood is an honor that only three men have had since Winnie the Pooh first became animated by Disney in the 1960s. Jim Cummings is the most recent to hold the title, and has voiced Pooh — and Tigger, too! — since the ’80s. Metro caught up with the voice actor (who also does the Tasmanian Devil) to hear what he thinks of Pooh’s latest full-length film, in theaters now.

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the next generation. What’s Winnie the Pooh’s dialect? Is he from the South?

Whenever a character I think maybe he had a litneeds to be replaced, you tle bit. I think that Sterling have to remember Holloway had a little bit. I that everyone is heard people say that so used to the they heard a little bit sound of the of a British accent, voice, the tenor, too. the quality. Job one Are there any particular right off the bat, kinds of voices that are make sure you harder to do? sound like him, I probably joke Pooh is in then remain that that I am good hands true to the Winnie the Pooh character. I aland the Anti Pooh. ways say that I What I mean by am a torchbearer for Anti Pooh is the Tas-

manian Devil, that’s me too. Taz is a bit tougher on the pipes, so I would always ask the producers, “Can we do Taz on Friday afternoon, that way I got the weekend to heal?” Do you identify more with Pooh or with Tigger? Who do you feel most like?

I’ll go with Tigger, personality-wise, because I’m more outgoing, more bouncy. Pooh is very laid-back, but I love them both — they are so different. HEIDI PATALANO

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A sneak peek at new season of ‘Damages’ Drama moves to DirecTV for fourth season That means there will be cussing in Patty Hewes’ office Top attorney Patty Hewes (Glenn Close) and her protegee Ellen Parsons (Rose Byrne) are back for Season 4 of “Damages,” airing Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on DirecTV. Joining the power duo this season, which focuses on the ethics of private military companies, are John Goodman, Dylan Baker and Chris Messina. “[Co-producers] Dan [Zelman], Glenn [Kessler] and I feel very lucky that each season — and this season is

absolutely no exception — we’ve been joined by amazing actors who have wanted to jump off the edge of the cliff with us,” co-creator Todd A. Kessler remarks. “This season in particular was one where there was a mystery at the center of it and Dylan, John and Chris were all game for that exploration.” Season 4 also marks the return of Byrnes’ character to Patty’s firm, Hewes & Associates; Close was quick to

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offer praise for the move. “I really missed it when Rosie was at the DA’s office,” Close says. “We missed her on the set.” Canceled by FX, the show found a new home on DirecTV and can thus make use of profanity and some extra violence that may not

have been appropriate for FX. “Damages” is also a huge hit internationally, and Close was able to speculate as to why that may be. “I’m just a believer in good writing,” she says. “We don’t have the largest audience on television, but I’ve always been very impressed with how smart they are, and I think that’s a huge compliment.” MEREDITH ENGEL

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This year, Shakespeare in Clark Park takes on ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ Co-founder Marla Burkholder on bringing a new perspective to the Bard with the beloved summer series Marla Burkholder is a cofounder of Shakespeare in Clark Park, which means — as is the case with so many young non-profits — she wears about 15 hats. An annual production,

SCP has come a long way since 2006, when they had a budget of about $4,000. With this summer’s production of “Much Ado About Nothing,� the company is edging closer to $50,000, and projecting audiences as large as 1,000 per night in the bowl-shaped expanse of grass they call home in West Philly. Among other responsibilities, Burkholder is the business manager, co-artistic director, teaching artist and rain contingency specialist for SCP. But she’s also

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grown in a way where I know what works for me. You have to try different things out to get it right,” she says of her evolution from her days as one-third of Destiny’s Child to now. “Before, I was about what’s ‘in’ right now. But now, I buy to collect pieces that will be with me forever.” The Texan’s new wardrobe is much more re-

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Should you do the Dukan? ‘The latest reboot of the low-carb dieting philosophy’ is making waves Kate Middleton and J. Lo are fans

Thinking of starting the Dukan Diet? Get ready to give up pasta until stage three. STOCKBYTE

When Carolyn Crosier read about Kate Middleton adopting the Dukan plan for her pre-wedding diet, she says she was hooked 100 percent. Then, her colleague Heidi Bergos got on board. “The fact that Kate Middleton, J. Lo and Giselle all followed Dukan’s plan made me want to try it,” Bergos says. Soon, two more colleagues who work in the Charles Hotel’s administration offices in Cambridge were eating up the Dukan Diet, so to speak. French nutritionist Pierre Dukan developed the diet, documenting it in his bestselling book, “The Dukan

Diet,” and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, sealed its fate as this year’s to-do diet. “The Dukan Diet is the latest reboot of the low-carb dieting philosophy,” says licensed nutritionist Monica

The disadvantages “The early phases of the diet are extremely restrictive and nutritionally imbalanced,” Reinagel says. “While it offers some advantages like not having to count calories or limit portions (or stop eating until you want to), these sort of extreme programs have a very poor track record for long-term success.”

Reinagel, author of “Nutrition Diva’s Secrets for a Healthy Diet.” “The twist is that unlike the Atkins approach, the Dukan Diet has you limit fats as well. While it is usually successful in producing quick weight loss, it has many of the same drawbacks as Atkins.” The protein-heavy diet is split into four phases: The Attack, The Cruise, The Consolidation and The Stabilization. In the attack phase, dieters are set up to shed about five pounds very rapidly, in a week or less. The cruise phase implements a diet of certain vegetables, with the goal weight loss being approximately two pounds per

week. The consolidation phase reincorporates breads, cheese and starches. And the stabilization phase, designed to be implemented for the rest of the dieter’s life, allows dieters to eat almost anything. Since starting Dukan in April, Bergos lost 15 pounds and Crosier lost 11 pounds. Both gained only a couple back. “The no alcohol part is the toughest! Everything becomes Du-Can and DuCan’t,” jokes Crosier. “It changes what you think about food as far as fuel versus indulgence.” LINDA CLARKE letters@metro.us


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Democrats will indeed pay tax RE: “DEMS, PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK”: Last I checked,

tax forms do not ask for party affiliation. If we raise taxes on the rich, that will include the Obamas, the Kennedys and all the other rich Democrats that are publicly calling to raise their taxes. JONATHAN BEATRICE, VIA E-MAIL

Like a typical right winger, Joan Bachman believes the national debt should be paid down by people who didn’t cause it. I wonder if Ms. Bachman is any relation to the crazy woman in

That’s all we seem to hear about today, raising the debt ceiling, taxes, out-ofcontrol federal spending. There is already too much money flowing into Washington, it’s a scandal all by itself. What the government needs is less money, not more. Cut spending. Are you listening?! FRANK ST GEORGE, VIA E-MAIL

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of our intelligence agencies and our military adventurism are to blame for 9/11. Don’t blame our troops; blame presidents and impotent Congresses who go to war without declarations and who feel the need to intervene in the internal affairs of foreign nations.

sky now and then are aware, the moon is often visible during the day, and often invisible at night. This is for the simple reason that the Earth spins on its axis every 24 hours while the moon orbits the Earth only once every 28 days. ERIC HAMELL, VIA E-MAIL

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Horoscope Cancer June 21-July 22. Even if you believe your way of doing something is superior to that of others, don’t impose your ideas on them. Listen, because you may learn a better way of accomplishing the goal. Leo July 23-Aug. 22. Unless you take time to study what is involved, you could make a commitment that you’ll regret. There might be a lot more to the job than it seems. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Borrowing something of value might be a bad idea, but, if for some reason you must, be extremely careful about how the object is handled. Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. If you’re entertaining at your place and a guest brings along an uninvited friend who turns out to be a jerk, graciously ignore it. It could ruin the whole affair if it becomes an issue. Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22. Should a dirty job be foisted upon you, take it in stride as best as you can. It will only make the situation worse if you air it out in front of others. Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21. Circumstances similar to ones that existed in the past when you made a bad mistake might be occurring again. Take your cues from what you learned and handle it differently.

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Not out of the Woods: Can anyone save golf? Tour members agree that no Tiger is bad for game ‘Most electrifying’ player ever Better than Nicklaus, Faldo Cink in town next week GETTY IMAGES

There will never be another Tiger Woods. With all apologies to recent major winners Darren Clarke and Rory McIlroy, that’s just the way it is. Just ask 15-year PGA Tour veteran Stewart Cink. “Guys like Tiger Woods come around, well, once,” Cink told Metro. “I saw [Jack] Nicklaus. I saw [Nick] Faldo. Nothing comes close to the way Tiger Woods played at his peak. To be honest, he’s probably the most electrifying player to ever play the game.” Woods hasn’t played a competitive round of golf since May, and many doubt he’ll ever regain his allworld form. In Woods’ absence, the game has grown flat-out boring. There have been only four repeat winners in 2011 and none of those included a major. So, what is wrong with golf these days? “Tiger is definitely a huge piece of the puzzle,” Cink said. “It doesn’t mat-

Kudos, Clarke! Cink said he was happy to see Clarke win his first major at last weekend’s British Open. The two golfers shared the same swing coach, Butch Harmon, from 2002-06. “He’s really popular and super friendly,” said Cink, who won the Open in 2009. “Royal St. George’s is the most difficult of all the tournament courses.”

Cink finished at 9-over at the British Open, in a tie for 30th.

ter if Rory McIlory or Phil Mickelson turn it up a notch. The game probably needs him because it’s exciting when Tiger Woods is playing great.”

American golf has also come to a screeching halt. The last three major winners have all been foreigners. In fact, the last American to win a major was

Mickelson, at the 2010 Masters. “It’s cyclical. For the next 20 years, we might see a cycle where Europe dominates, just look at the Ryder Cup, they’ve been beating us for years,” Cink said. “[American dominance] is probably over for a long-term basis, but I don’t think it’s over for a short-term basis.” MIKE GREGER

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Kolb to Cards rumors pick up steam Any day now. Any day. As soon as the NFL lockout officially ends — yes, the two sides could have a deal in place today — the Eagles are expected to hit the ground running. First order of business: trading backup QB Kevin Kolb. Kolb’s top destination is reportedly Arizona. According to reports, the Cardinals are offering cornerback Dominique RodgersCromartie for Kolb. Kolb appeared on the Dan Patrick Show yesterday, with WIP radio personality Howard Eskin serving as guest host, and seemed to welcome the trade to Arizona. “I think most people

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STRENGTHS: Big size, quick feet, proven NFL starter. Considered a ballhawk-type of cornerback. Has 13 interceptions since 2008, including three last season. Selected as 2010 Pro Bowl reserve.

WEAKNESSES: Criticized for being soft and whiffing on tackles. Known for getting beat on slant routes, bubble screens.

“I’ve had a great time there, but it’s time for me to move on and do my own thing.�

Upside is there, especially with size: 6-foot-2, 182 lbs. However, he might be better suited for man-coverage than zone, which Eagles run.

OUR TAKE: Do it. But get Arizona to throw in a third-round pick.

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Two storied sides set to face Union What a week for soccer fans in the Delaware Valley. What a week for the Union players. Not only will the Union host Everton tonight at PPL Park, but theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll face powerhouse Real Madrid on Saturday (9 p.m.) at Lincoln Financial Field. Both matches, known as friendlies, will be a good test and the young players will benefit from the experience. While the games donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t count in the standings, they will surely help build character. After all, these are two clubs with so much soccer history. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s good competition, like last year,â&#x20AC;? said Union manager Peter Nowak. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all looking forward to it.â&#x20AC;? Everton is a five-time FA Cup champion and winners of nine top-flight league titles in England. Founded in 1902. Real Madrid C.F. has won a record nine UEFA Champions Leagues and 31 La Liga titles, 18 Spanish Copa del Rey Cups, eight Spanish Super Cups, two UEFA Cups, one UEFA Supercup

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Roy Halladay exited Monday’s game in the fifth inning. The stifling Chicago heat had reduced his uniform to a puddle of sweat. One day later, the Phillies ace said he was feeling much better. Halladay doesn’t expect to miss his next start, which is scheduled for Saturday. “He got a little dizzy,” skipper Charlie Manuel said after the game. “We were a little concerned about dehydration.” Halladay completed

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percent decrease from the same time in 2010) while the national median list price was $189,000 (down a more modest .05 percent from last June). But while there’s competition out there, there’s

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Cortney Novogratz clues us in on the funky, cool aesthetic she shares with her husband Their new show on HGTV has even more tips for hip looks that won’t break the bank

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Express yourself “All of the retail shops have the same items, and so for our homes and our wardrobes to be unique, we have to find one-of-a-kind pieces, which the flea market allows us. You’ll really like it if someone comes to your home and they can tell who you are, and your house is a reflection of who you are.”

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The rules “I always bring cash. And there is nothing wrong with saying, ‘Oh, I would like this to be cheaper. Can you give me a better deal?’ Most people will negotiate with you — so never ever settle with the initial price.”

“With my daughters, or any other children for that matter, kids get tired. So [to keep them interested], we started collecting something together. They’ve been collecting paintings of girls and women, which we keep adding to a wall. So that’s fun, and it bought me a little more time to shop while they would look for those paintings.” TINA CHADHA

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Cortney scored these gorgeous chairs at Brooklyn Flea (www.brooklynflea.com).


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