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A woman in her 20s was killed this weekend when she fell down a shaft in a Fort Point building. The unidentified woman was on the roof of 231 Summer St. on Saturday night when she fell, authorities said. Police did not release her name as of yesterday,

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Standing on the steps of the State House yesterday, family members of those killed during the 9/11 attacks prefaced the names of their relatives with emotional descriptors. They ranged from the heartfelt and mournful like “my beautiful, wonderful daughter” and “deeply missed, my loving daughter” — to the straightforward and agonizing “our mom” and “my wife.” State officials and family members, in front of a crowd of hundreds that gathered at the State House yesterday for the annual remembrance ceremony, read the roll call of the 206 people with connections to Massachusetts that were killed during the attacks. “It’s a club that none of us wanted to join, but thank God we have each other,” said Sally White of East Walpole. Her daughter, Susan Blair, worked in the World Trade Center and was killed during the attacks. “There’s always going to be a part of my heart that’s missing.” While many remembered, others wanted to do more and helped assemble care packages for troops. “There’s no better day than today for service and to give back,” BU student Meara Hamidiani said. MICHAEL NAUGHTON

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Pools stay open despite failing tests These mourners were among the hundreds of family and friends who gathered at the 9/11 memorial in the Boston Public Garden to pay tribute to those who lost their lives.

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city ensuring history would not repeat itself. State troopers with bomb-sniffing dogs stood guard near the State House as the annual 9/11 ceremony took place there yesterday. At nearby City Hall Plaza, officers in tactical gear watched people pass be-

fore another memorial event took place. Meanwhile, officers across the state searched for a Penske truck reportedly loaded with unlabeled drums in Roxbury on Saturday night. It was later discovered that it was picking up charitable goods. METRO

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10 years after 9/11: ‘It doesn’t get any easier’ Emotional day reveals a nation still in mourning Family members say they are haunted by painful memories — and for some, being there yesterday was just too much People came from across the world to remember Yesterday’s 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks revealed a fresh wound that for some — even a decade later — never quite healed. “It’s been hard for the family. I moved out of the country for six years because of 9/11,” said Shana Skinner. Skinner, a New York City resident, recalled lifting the miniblinds in the window of her Manhattan apartment just in time to see the second plane crash into the South Tower. It’s a memory that is just as vivid today as

it was on Sept. 12, 2001. Her uncle, Walter Arthur McNeil, was killed that day. It’s still too painful for McNeil’s daughter to attend the memorial service, said Skinner. “His daughter is still going through it,” she said. “That’s why she’s not here today.” It is not just family members of victims who continue to be profoundly moved by the memory of 9/11. Sunday’s service drew people from across the country and across the world who came to mourn

“I wish my dad had been there to teach me how to drive, ask a girl out on a date and see me graduate from high school and a hundred other things I can’t even begin to name ... I hope that I can make my father proud.” PETER NEGRON, WHOSE FATHER, PETE, DIED IN THE WTC ATTACK

the lives lost that day. “It’s been like this for 10 years,” said Ernesto Perez of the intense emotion connected to the date of 9/11. He traveled to New York City from Placerville, Calif., to mark the anniversary. “I just wanted to feel whatever it is we all feel in mourning,” he said. Outside the ceremony in the public viewing area, firefighter James Brady, a New Jersey resident, was one of the first responders to the scene on 9/11. He cried openly yesterday as

the names of the dead were read. “Year to year, it doesn’t get any easier,” he said. “But it’s not about us.” Sunday’s ceremony at the World Trade Center began just after 8:30 a.m. with a processional. President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama were joined by former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush. Bells tolled during moments of silence observed throughout the morning to mark each time a plane struck a tower, the Penta-

gon, the field in Shanksville, Pa., and when each tower fell. The name of each victim was read aloud by family members in between performances by musicians including Yo-Yo Ma, James Taylor and Paul Simon. Thousands of people migrated in and around the World Trade Center to observe the ceremony, many of them clutching photos of loved ones who were lost, but not forgotten. CASSANDRA GARRISON cassandra.garrison@metro.us

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First responders join to remember victims For many first responders, standing on the same ground where they tried in vain to save 2,749 people brought back haunting memories yesterday. Responders told Metro that hearing the names of those killed brought back vivid scenes of helping — and being helpless. “I saw the south tower fall first, which blew me into One Financial Center,” re-

Watching outside the walls

A mourner etches the name of a lost loved one yesterday at the memorial.

Many responders were upset they could not attend the actual ceremony. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said family members were the priority, and so many of them wanted to attend it left little room for anyone

New Jersey firefighter James Brady held his wife as names were read. EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN/METRO

else. First responders instead gathered at Zuccotti Park near the World Trade Center, where the city set aside space for them to watch. The FDNY also hosted their own 10year anniversary ceremony Saturday at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Others chose to honor the 343 fallen at their own fire houses. The NYPD held its memorial ceremony Thursday. METRO/AB

called first responder Kevin Frazier, who said he was one of the first at the foot of the World Trade Center as the two towers burned. He comes every year to the service to pay his respects, he said, and remember. Upstate paramedic Jeff Sitterly arrived the week after Sept. 11 to help firefighters as they combed through the wreckage. “At that point we were just there for the recovery,” he said. He tries to attend the memorial services every year. “It’s been very emotional for me to be here, and it’s something I feel like I should do as often as I can.” Some responders like FDNY veteran James O’Brien, moved to Florida after the 9/11 attacks, where his wife Tina said she now feels safe. They returned to the city for the anniversary. “There’s no place else,” she said. ALISON BOWEN AND CASSANDRA GARRISON


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Because the World Trade Center is still an active construction site, visitors need to reserve passes in advance. Passes are available at 911memorial.org, and visitors must give a specific time to visit. Book early, as the memorial has already received thousands of requests. The next time available to visit the museum is Sept. 27. POOL/TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP

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9/11 memorial opens to the public Today, for the first time, the National September 11 Memorial will open its gates to the public and show the nation what millions have waited a decade to see: The final resting place for the nearly 3,000 people killed in the attacks. The memorial officially opened yesterday at the Sept. 11 ceremony, but only family members of those who perished in the attacks were allowed in. Today the memorial opens, but only to those visitors who have reserved passes in advance. Sign up began back in July for the more than 1,000 visitors expected to stream into the site daily.

Memorial The memorial features two granite pools each an acre in size, with 30-foot waterfalls. The pools are surrounded by swamp white oak trees, and one callery pear tree, the “survivor tree” that made it through the Sept. 11 attacks.

Along the memorial walls yesterday, which are inscribed with the names of those killed, some family members touched their relatives’ names and left flowers by the etched letters. Many rubbed over the names with white paper and pencil. One family member

spoke privately to Metro about her satisfaction at finally seeing the long-awaited memorial completed. “We were finally able to have a little bit of rest because we saw her name at the waterfall and they never had found her. So it was something for us to go on,” said Andrea Villa, a Long Island resident whose husband’s sister, Sharon Villa, died in the 9/11 attacks. Sharon Villa is one of the nearly 1,000 9/11 victims whose remains were never recovered. The National September 11 Museum, which is located on the memorial, is slated to open in one year, in September 2012. ALISON BOWEN

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9/11: 10 YEARS LATER “Ten years have passed since a perfect blue sky morning turned into the blackest of nights. Since then we’ve lived in sunshine and in shadow, and although we can never unsee what happened here, we can also see that children who lost their parents have grown into young adults, grandchildren have been born and good works and public service have taken root to honor those we loved and lost.” NEW YORK MAYOR MICHAEL

“So many names, there is barely room on the walls of the heart.”

“Moira sacrificed all that she had and all the richness of life that still lay in front of her in order to save just one more person. Moira was killed when the south tower collapsed ... Today, we choose to remember and share the joy Moira brought to all of us, and we vow that she will always live in our hearts.” RETIRED NEW YORK POLICE OFFICER

“May your soul finally rest in peace. Your son Nathan and I, as the years go by, grow strong. Goodbye, my dear friend, my teacher and my hero.” CANDY GLAZER, WHOSE HUSBAND

“For our family, Steve, the sound of your absence is deafening but I think you would agree that both our children have lived the lives we had hoped for. I am missing you now more than ever as I watch our son with our grandson Nicholas who was born just a little more than two weeks ago. With birth, there is hope.” JANE

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An estimated crowd of 5,000 watched yesterday as a memorial wall was unveiled with the names of the 40 passengers who died on Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pa.

Solemn gathering marks Flight 93 crash in Pennsylvania Thousands gathered yesterday at the site where hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 crashed, killing ing 40 people. By 10:03 a.m. — the moment when the Boeing 757 passenger jet slammed into the field in Shanksville, Pa. — the sun warmed the faces of those who marked the anniversary. President Barack Obama arrived at midday to lay a wreath. The president and the first lady, Michelle Obama, walked to the boulder that marks the approximate site where the airplane crashed and then spent about 45 minutes talking with family members of the passengers and crew members who died. Flight 93, bound for San Francisco from Newark, N.J., never hit its intended target — investigators believe the hijackers were planning to crash into either the

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U.S. Capitol or the White House — because some of the passengers stormed the cockpit and attempted, unsuccessfully, to regain control of the aircraft. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett said their actions, which caused the plan to crash, “set a new standard for American bravery.” Paul Greengrass, who directed a feature film about Flight 93, said the passengers’ achievement seems even more extraordinary today than it was a decade ago. REUTERS

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1: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama greet family members of those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, during a visit to the Pentagon Memorial in Washington, D.C., yesterday

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“God bless every soul that we lost. God bless the families who have to endure that loss, and God guide us to our reunion in heaven, and God bless the United States of America.” FORMER NEW YORK CITY MAYOR

RUDOLPH GIULIANI, SPEAKING AT THE MEMORIAL SERVICE IN NEW YORK

“We never had a funeral because there was no body, so there was absolutely no closure. When we came out here 10 years ago, there was a hole in the earth and that’s how we felt. Now, 10 years later, there is grass and water, and it feels kind of like a new beginning.” DAKOTA HALE OF DENVER, WHOSE STEPFATHER ALFRED MARCHAND WAS A FLIGHT ATTENDANT ON UNITED FLIGHT 175, SPEAKING OUTSIDE THE MEMORIAL SERVICE IN

“My son firefighter Leon Smith Jr., who was the sunshine of my life. He gave his life so that others could live. I love you, I miss you and we’ll meet again soon.”

“Roy, you left the girls and I surrounded by love. Our families and friends have been amazing. We love you and we miss you so much.” SUSAN WALLACE, WHOSE HUSBAND ROY WALLACE DIED IN THE WORLD TRADE CENTER, SPEAKING AT THE MEMORIAL SERVICE IN NEW YORK

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Felicia Froton, 17, was just 7 years old when the towers fell. She didn’t understand what it meant then, but now, she says, she does. She came to New York from Seattle. “Now I feel like I have some sort of connection with the city,” she said.

New York’s streets see global pain Foreigners jet-set to tragedy Locals, first timers and complete strangers crowd Ground Zero

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2: Following a remembrance ceremony, Chin Sok Wells kisses his 10-week-old son Cristian on the memorial bench of his deceased sister Army Spc. Chin Sun Pak Wells who died in the attack on the Pentagon in 2001. 3: At the memorial pool, Vasantha Velamuri mourns at the sight of her husband's name, Sankara Sastry Velamuri, who died in the World Trade Center.

4: New York police, fire and Port Authority officers salute during the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” during the 10th anniversary ceremonies at the site of the World Trade Center. 5: A 9/11 memorial ribbon is pinned on a Houston Texans jersey as the Texans play against the Indianapolis Colts yesterday at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.

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Yesterday, people from across the country — and the world — completed a pilgrimage to New York City to witness the power of the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11. “I needed to be here to support the families of the victims,” said Angela Forrey, 30, who flew to New York from Cleveland, Ohio, specifically for the memorial service, which she watched from the street. She got to Lower Manhattan early in the morning to secure a spot in the front of the space roped off for public viewing. “It sounds cliche, but I’ll never forget. I wish I could have been here to help.” Forrey is not alone. Students Denislav Eftimo, 26, and Weichiao Lin, 22, flew from Bulgaria to be in Manhattan for the 10th anniversary. “When I heard the names,” Eftimo said of his experience. “It felt like I lost someone in my family.”

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Jill Gwen and Stanley Bernard, the founding minister and the president of Go Soular, a nonprofit religious aid organization, flew in from California. They wept uncontrollably during the reading of the victims’ names — yet knew no one who perished. “My heart bleeds for people still in pain,” said Gwen. “We wanted to be a part of history.” Antonio Ricman was in town from Switzerland. “I’m really touched by what’s happening today; to see how the families are grieving,” he said. “I understand it’s a very big day for America.” EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN with Cassandra Garrison


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U.S. scientists have developed a strain of greenglowing cats with cells that resist infection from a virus that causes feline AIDS, a finding that may help prevent the disease in cats and advance AIDS research in people. The study, published yesterday in the journal Nature Methods, involved inserting monkey genes that block the virus into feline eggs, or oocytes, before they are fertilized. The scientists also inserted jellyfish genes that make the modified cells glow an eerie green color -making the altered genes easy to spot. Tests on cells taken from the cats show they are resistant to feline immunodeficiency virus, or FIV, which causes AIDS in cats. “This provides the unprecedented capability to

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PARIS. A majority of French think former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn should not get involved in the 2012 presidential election following his return to France after a sex-assault scandal in the U.S. The poll found 63 percent believe Strauss-Kahn should stay not run in the campaign. REUTERS

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WASHINGTON. A Washington state wildfire that forced several hundred people from their homes was more than 30 percent contained yesterday by more than 800 firefighters. The Monastery Fire has burned through about 4,250 acres of pine and brush. REUTERS

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CAIRO. Egypt and Israel said they wanted a return to normal diplomatic activities after the storming of the embassy in Cairo. There has been fury against Israel since five Egyptian border guards were killed last month when Israel repelled cross-border raiders. REUTERS

Yahoo’s ex-CEO Bartz quits board NEW YORK. Carol Bartz, fired as CEO of Yahoo last week, has resigned from the board of directors. “On Sept. 9, 2011, Carol Bartz resigned from the board of directors of Yahoo! effective immediately,” a spokesperson for the board said. Bartz was abruptly fired from her job as CEO on Tuesday. After being fired, Bartz gave an interview in which she called Yahoo’s board as “doofuses.” REUTERS

son of Oliver, defended Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and supported Iran’s right to a nuclear program as a defense against Israel. Criticizing Iran is “like someone coming to your house and saying the father shouldn’t hit the kids,” he said. REUTERS

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study the effects of giving AIDS-protection genes into an AIDS-vulnerable animal,” Dr. Eric Poeschla of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., who led the study, said. Poeschla said that besides people, cats, and to some extent, chimpanzees, are the only mammals that develop a naturally occurring virus that causes AIDS. Just as HIV does in people, the feline equivalent works by wiping out infection-fighting T-cells. REUTERS


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When The Biebs met The Wintour On Thursday night, during Fashion’s Night Out, Dolce & Gabbana’s Madison Avenue shop turned from hosting a sophisticated soiree to an absolute madhouse once Justin Bieber showed up. Decked head to toe in the designer, Bieber brought the paparazzi — and hoards of screaming young fans (they were lining up to buy $195 D&G autographed shirts; a portion of proceeds went to Bieber’s favorite charity). Other big names at the FNO event included Tyson Beckford, Chase Crawford, Brooklyn Decker, Sophia Bush, Usher and Anna Wintour. Beckford chatted with Metro on his style muse: “I’m inspired by walking down the street every day,” he said. “I’m inspired by other guys, how they dress. [But] I really want to do this [Dolce & Gabbana] James Bond tuxedo, that thing is sick.”

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cougars.” The site is offering her $300,000, plus an additional $750,000 if she releases a song by Valentine’s Day for the site.

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Madonna, the ultimate cougar Leonardo Her directing work may be DiCaprio, receiving lukewarm a thief? reviews, but Madonna has other career opportunities, apparently. Dating website CougarLife.com has reportedly approached the singer about becoming its spokeswoman, explaining that Madonna is “without a doubt the queen of

When we finally got through the throngs of reporters, we asked Bieber what was one item he couldn’t live without. And he actually had a sensible answer: “My shoes,” he said. He even gabbed a bit about recording two new albums, saying, “I’ve been focusing a lot on my Christmas album. I’m excited about the final outcome.” And although our reporter couldn’t hear what was said when the superstar actually met Anna Wintour at the event, let’s hope it had something to do with one day swapping their iconic hairstyles.

A jewelry store employee in Sydney, Australia, thought she was about to be robbed recently when a man entered wearing a hoodie, baseball cap and sunglasses, but it turns out it was just Leonardo

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Hollyscoop. Before realizing her mistake, the clerk sent a customer to alert the shop’s owner. “The customer actually leaned in and said, ‘Do you want me to call the police?’” the other store’s owner says. “So she rushed in next door, and said, you know, ‘There might be a holdup next door.’” The $1,600 necklace that DiCaprio ended up purchasing was a gift for his mom and not rumored girlfriend Blake Lively, according to the store employees.

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Gaga goes vamp? Even trendsetter Lady Gaga is partaking in the vampire trend, as it appears she has a new man in her life: “Vampire Diaries” star Taylor Kinney. According to Radar Online, the two met when Kinney was cast in the video for Gaga’s new single, “You and I.” Things seem to have gotten more serious, according to a source who spotted the pair out at a seaside bar in California recently. “It was just casual at first, but things are getting pretty hot and heavy,” the source says. “I couldn’t tell it was her at first. It just looked like some hot couple making out.”

Reese Witherspoon won’t sue Reese Witherspoon is look-

ing to move on after getting hit by a car last week, and the Oscar winner is not planning to press charges, according to People magazine. But that doesn’t mean the 84-yearold driver is in the clear, as she was still cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk. Witherspoon was treated for minor injuries.

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 fewer. Joel McHale is having fun at the movies, Kathy Griffin is taking her Emmy defeat in stride, Margaret Cho is hungry and Albert Brooks is having trouble communicating in Toronto. @joelmchale Preparing to see #Contagion. I’ve covered myself in red spots, fake sweat, & I’m working on my loudest in-movietheater hacking cough #itchy @kathygriffin Well I lost to “Deadliest Catch”...which is another name for my vagina. @margaretcho i wish a food truck would just drive into my mouth i am starving but so tired @AlbertBrooks My email doesn’t work here in Canada so please excuse while I answer my cousin. “NO. No more money you loser. Drop dead.”

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feel like a Luddite in any way,â€? she declares. Personal evolution is important, too; so the band’s fall tour is not about revisiting their splendid hit songs like “Heart of Glassâ€? or “Dreaming.â€? The New York City-based new wave pop veterans’ new album, “Panic of Girls,â€? is out this month to add new sounds. “I think that’s the best part of it,â€? Harry says of recording a new album. “We are in a very cushy position, because we are well known. But going around playing the older hits and everything wouldn’t be, oh, I don’t know ‌ it just

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David Ellis: From snakes on planes to sharks in 3-D With summer coming to an end, it’s the perfect time for a movie to scare you off the beach. Here to do it is “Shark Night 3D,” from “Snakes on a Plane” director David Ellis. Metro caught up with Ellis and one of the flick’s stars, “American Idol” runner-up Katharine McPhee, to see what secrets about the film they’re willing to spill. As it turns out, not many. What can you tell us, without giving too much away, about

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(Laughs) It’s really weird. And a lot of the movie takes place at night. KM: I’m in it. DE: Kat’s in it. David, you’re no stranger to genre movies. What’s their appeal to a filmmaker? DE: For me, I think it’s just

From left, Chris Carmack, Katharine McPhee and Joshua Leonard star in “Shark Night 3D,” in theaters now.

them and make them laugh and make them cry, and just kind of play with their emotions. KM: You like making people cry. Were you afraid of sharks before you made the movie? KM: I’m one of those people

fun to be able to entertain people — for them to be able to go and escape from everything crazy that’s going on in the world for an hour and a half and go have fun. To kind of scare

who, especially as a kid, would spend hours in the ocean swimming. I love swimming. But always in the back of my head, there was that fear of a shark coming and getting you. DE: For me, I grew up in the ocean as well — my whole

“Contagion” caught on with filmgoers and easily took the top spot at the weekend box office in the United States and Canada, according to studio estimates. “Contagion” brought in $23.1 million in

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life in Malibu — and I’m aware of them, you respect them. But you have a better chance of getting hit by a coconut than getting killed by a shark. But it’s a primal fear for people. How creative do you get with the deaths in the movie? DE: Pretty creative. Each one

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mer hit about black maids in civil rights-era Mississippi, slipped to second place after three straight weeks at No. 1. The film rung up $8.7 million over the weekend. REUTERS


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to mind when you think of Michelle Obama’s go-to designer, and yet he was able to own both ideas by interpreting them in his own polished, Wu-ian way. The beauty is that he experimented with the sporty trend in a way that didn’t read too literal. For instance, his lightweight, practically transparent parkas gave his bejeweled collared shirts and short-short pairings a subtle urban edge. The street references surfaced in the floral prints with hand-drawn graphics he commissioned from the graffiti artist Kaws, an industry favorite. It all made for an impressive sign of growth for the designer. METRO/KH

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The details are what made Wang’s part-sporty, part“Fast and Furious” (complete with graphic BMX helmets) clothes stand out from the other athletic-flavored looks we’ve seen this week. The word “technical” appeared throughout his press notes for a reason: The collection was filled with small design feats, from his mesh laser-cut utility shorts — which featured pockets that cleverly revealed the hands tucked inside — to the sheer inserts on a cargo skirt printed in Hawaiian style florals, an early contender for the best print of the season. KENYA HUNT

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Should the ax fall and your job get severed, you’ll have to get by with a little help from your work friends. But there’s a big problem: If you’re like the average laidoff employee, your friends will all be left behind in that same building, which is clearly firing more than hiring these days. That’s why career counselors recommend you foster industry friendships far beyond the block where you work now, while you’re still employed. “It’s much easier to have that network ready in place when you need it than to try to scramble and connect the people at the last minute,” About.com jobseeker guru Alison Doyle cautions. “Then, all of a sudden you’re begging people.” Instead, agrees “Connecting With Success” author Kathleen Barton, your net-

Finding the little reasons Great networking is about using those little excuses to reach out to a mere acquaintance. “There are so many creative ways you can do that,” says Barton. “Rather than Christmas, when everybody gets cards, I send Thanksgiving cards to let [people] know I’m thinking about them.”

work should be a longstanding structure, a regular exchange of favors and tips. “It’s about building mutually beneficial relationships where you’re not always asking for help when you’re contacting them,” she says. “Maybe you’re giving updates or finding out how they’re doing or how you can support them.” Or maybe you’re just calling to say howdy — one friendly lunch-hour phone call at a time. “Don’t try to build a network overnight,” Doyle advises. “Take it one step at a time. Spend a little bit of everyday working on it, looking for new contacts. Don’t be intimidated — you’re not the only person who is new at this.” DREW HINSHAW

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“School funding will be a huge issue because of the booming costs of looking after retirees. That’s why companies will sponsor schools. In developed countries, the barrier between business and education will be blurred. Everything will be commercial and spon-

In the classroom No more teachers, no more books? Well, not quite, but school is about to change: “By 2031, education will have changed enormously, especially in developing countries. Technology will act as a teacher. There will be a teacher, but he or she will be many miles away.” “Teachers will be seen as a luxury. We’ll essentially pay heavily for the specialization they provide, as technology can take care of most of the teaching.”

sored. If kids go to a school sponsored by a particular company, they might have to work for that company during the school breaks. Alternatively, they might pay one percent of their later income to the company that funded their school.”

Bad news for bank tellers, good news for nurses “Bank tellers will essentially disappear by 2031, as will jobs like subway drivers and check-in agents at airports. Only those who pay a premium will get human serv-

ice in such places. At the same time, a whole range of jobs will be created to look after retirees. Vertical farming will provide new careers, as will new forms of transport and technologybased education.”

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Violence is never deserved In reading your letters about the 9/11 attacks, I’ve seen a number that say they were justified and deserved. That in my opinion is complete hogwash and probably misdirected self-hatred. It’s like that nonsense about women who dress in a certain way bringing on their own rapes. Countries that are attacked, whether us or India or England or Israel or Indonesia, will not have a perfect, pure response nor should that be demanded of them.

CNN should be ashamed, airing an extremely opinionated, political, antiAmerican program the night before 9/11. I’m not sure this was the appropriate time to give people like Valerie Plame, Cindy Sheehan and others a political platform. To include them in a program celebrating the brave men and women of 9/11 is an insult to the memories of the true heroes of Sept. 11. MICHAEL CHIMENTI, VIA E-MAIL

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tary of state for the burning of the Israeli embassy in Egypt? The president is “concerned” — it’s a disgrace not to condemn those he calls “freedom fighters.” What a farce.

emotional turmoil of survivors’ experiences. What was missing was the very controversial explanation of what really happened: How did the buildings fall so fast? Why did building 7 collapse? Flight 93’s debris field spread out over eight miles. The Internet is filled with websites on these subjects but not a word from the media; it really is worth a look.

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Logan Mankins and Matt Light should hold their own on Tom Brady’s left side. But it’s the right side that poses the biggest problems for the Pats tonight. With Sebastian Vollmer banged up, rookie T Nate Solder could get the nod. On top of that, RB Dan Connolly isn’t 100 percent either, and it’s unclear how much time he’ll get. With recently signed former Chiefs left guard Brian Waters filling in for him, there’s a decent amount of inexperience on the right side of the line. Look for Dolphins LB Cameron Wake to reap the benefits.

Is there any better way to start the season? Under the lights, prime time, against a division foe. If the results are anything like last season’s MNF game versus the Dolphins, Pats fans will be happy. They beat up on them 41-14 then, with the special teams — Patrick Chung, mostly — shining bright. Expect to see Tom Brady on point tonight. He’s 7-1 in his last eight MNF games, dating back to Dec. 26, 2005. The Pats are 8-1 in openers since 2002.

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against the rest of the AFC East. Seven of those losses — exactly half — have come against the Dolphins. So looking past Miami — even as 7-point favorites — would be a very big mistake. Heck, it’s even how Bill Belichick defined that mythical “Patriot Way” over the weekend. “Right now our way is to

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Injury update How some key Patriots’ health is shaking out for tonight’s game: Questionable: DE Mark Anderson (knee), CB Kyle Arrington (hip), OL Dan Connolly (foot), DL Albert Haynesworth (illness), RB Stevan Ridley (ankle), OL Sebastian Vollmer (back) Probable: CB Leigh Bodden (hand), WR Julian Edelman (hand)

New England on third down The Patriots desperately need to improve thirddown defense in 2011. Here are the five worst third-down defenses since 2000 (team, opponents’ conversion percentage, team record): 2004 Raiders 47.42%, 5-11 2008 Chiefs 47.39%, 2-14 2008 Colts 47.39%, 12-4 2000 Cardinals 47.30%, 4-12 2010 Patriots 47.14%, 14-2

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Rays sweep Red Sox, narrow wild card deficit to just 3.5 games Boston 2-9 this month Five straight L’s It might as well still be summer. But when it comes to their chances of playing in fall, this is the winter of the Red Sox’s discontent. That Boston lost its fifth straight game yesterday was bad. That it came to the team suddenly on their heels in the race for the AL wild card was worse. The Rays moved within 3.5 games of the playoff spot by handing the Sox a 9-1 drubbing at Tropicana Field. When the teams’ threegame series started, Tampa Bay was basically toast. But after sweeping Boston,

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Doctor of Physical Therapy

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Looking for a rewarding job in the largest growing sector of the U.S. economy? Then take a look at the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston. We offer advanced degrees in nursing, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology. And we’ve been doing it for more than 30 years. With a bachelor’s degree in any field, you can apply now and soon be on your way to moving your career forward.

Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology

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Saturday, September 17 U 10:00 A.M. Master of Science in Nursing

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