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Turn back time Don’t forget to turn your clocks back this weekend, New Yorkers. This Saturday is Daylight Saving Time, so set your clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday. And prepare for the sun to set much, much earlier now that DST is here. METRO/AB

Cops nab sneaker thieves

MIDTOWN. Police officers said they busted five men caught in the act of stealing counterfeit sneakers from a Midtown building on Thursday. According to police, an off-duty cop saw two men wearing masks, with hoods over their heads, “acting in a suspicious manner” on West 35th Street, near Seventh Avenue. Cops saw two more men break the lock on a door at that address and then a truck pull up. The men carried boxes filled with shoes into the truck, said police. They were charged with burglary. METRO/AB

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fessed Wednesday to brutally slashing a 16-year-old in Brooklyn. According to reports, Rashad Salaam, 22, confessed to stabbing Kyanna Thomas, 16, who he reportedly met online. Cops told the New York Daily News that Salaam said he meant to cut the girl from her ear to her mouth but accidentally slashed her across the neck instead, killing her. METRO/AB

Teacher busted on SoHo street SOHO. A New York City pub-

lic schoolteacher was arrested for attempted assault, cops said Thursday. David Sucker, 43, was arrested on Wednesday, at around 4:40 p.m., at the corner of Thompson and Prince streets, and also charged with disorderly conduct. METRO/AB

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Police remove an Occupy Wall Street protester outside Goldman Sachs on Thursday. EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN/METRO

Goldman march ends in arrests

Sixteen protesters were handcuffed Thursday after they refused to move from outside Goldman Sachs’ downtown headquarters. Protesters who refused to step away from the entrance, journalist Chris Hedges among them, were charged, police said. METRO/EAE

Bloomberg: Occupy crime is unreported Mayor bashes OWS for not calling in police Three rapes allegedly occurred so far at camp, protester says Protesters say it’s up to victims EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN/METRO

Mayor Michael Bloomberg blasted Occupy Wall Street protesters Thursday because he says they fail to report crime in Zuccotti Park, the same day a protester told Metro three rapes have allegedly occurred within park limits. Bloomberg said a number of illegal activities in the park have not been reported to police, endangering the lives of all New Yorkers. “Instead of calling the police, they form a circle around the perpetrator, chastise him or her and chase (them) out into the rest of the city — to do

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who knows what to who knows whom,” Bloomberg said. He called protesters who keep quiet “despicable.” The mayor’s criticism comes after the arrest of kitchen worker Tonye Iketubosin, 26, for allegedly groping an 18-year-old protester on Oct. 25. Iketubosin is also suspected of another alleged rape in the camp, Bloomberg said. Police Commissioner Paul Browne said protesters delay reporting crime because it is “OWS protocol not to report such incidents to the police until

there were three complaints against the same individual.”

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A photo of Tonye Iketubosin, according to sources at the Manhattan DA’s office.

But protesters disputed his claim, saying it’s up to victims to decide if they want to report a crime. “If there’s a rape, the survivor has all the decision power,” said protester Tashy Endres, 29. She said she knows of three rapes that have occurred in the park. Two of the victims went straight to the NYPD to report it, and the third victim has yet to report it, she said. “Sometimes victims need time,” she said.

protesters who were arrested during an Occupy Wall Street march to Union Square on Sept. 24 refused to accept an offer from the Manhattan district

attorney on Thursday. Of the 78 protesters scheduled to be in court Thursday, 53 of them turned down a deal that would have dropped disorderly conduct charges against

them if they avoided arrest for the next six months. The protesters who refused the deal said they did so because the charges against them were unjustified, AP reported. METRO/CG


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Best spots to watch the NYC marathon Celebrity runners Keep a lookout for these celebs on Sunday: Edison Pena, one of the rescued Chilean minors, ran the race in 2010 and will be back again this year. Christy Turlington Burns, the former model and philanthropist, running on behalf of her maternal health charity, Every Mother Counts. “Survivor” winner Ethan Zohn plans to run despite finding out recently that his Hodgkin’s lymphoma has returned. Supermodel Veronica Webb is running again; it will be her third year in a row participating.

This year might be the last the ING New York City marathon is a one-day bonanza only, so grab a good spot. The MTA slotted out the best viewing locations in the city, from the first few miles in Brooklyn to mile 21 in the Bronx. Wave 1 starts at 9:40 a.m., according to the race website. One great place to catch the race is 43rd Street and Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park, where runners are still fresh while hitting mile five. Or catch them at mile 25 of the 26.2-mile race, at 59th Street and Central

“Some Verrazano crews appear even before the last runner has left the bridge to begin scooping up discarded warm-up jackets and pants, water bottles, towels and other debris left behind by the runners.” MTA STATEMENT

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City snuffing out smoker loophole City wants to shut down LES shop where smokers roll their own cigarettes — and avoid high tax surcharges $5 packs can also be found, if you know where to look ISTOCKPHOTO

Customers at Island Smokes roll their own cigarettes, and therefore avoid the city’s high taxes.

At Island Smokes on the Lower East Side, customers sick of the highest tax on cigarettes in America are fighting back by rolling their own smokes out of pipe tobacco. It’s a way around New York City’s sky-high cigarette taxes, which have led to a 35 percent drop in smoking rates since 2002, according to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Among city public school students the drop is sharper, down 52 percent since 2001, the New York City Department of Health says. But while city residents

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At Island Smokes, customers pay $3 a pack if they make a carton of cigarettes. By comparison, one pack of 20 cigarettes can be as high as $15 in the city. may be healthier, the high taxes have fueled a black market in contraband cigarettes. All around the city, runners hawk untaxed, $5 packs of smokes on street corners. And Indian reservations flood the market

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with contraband cigarettes. Island Smokes is gaining ground fast and plans to expand into all five boroughs “imminently,” said the company’s lawyer, Jonathan Behrins, who defends the legality of the new operation, which the city wants shut down. “These guys do not manufacture cigarettes and it’s the definition of manufacturing that’s at issue,” Behrins said. The city takes a different view. “If you take pipe tobacco and you roll paper around it, it’s a cigarette,” said senior city attorney Eric Proshansky. REUTERS

2: One click on the logo will take you to a “Wish List” we have set up via a secure link on ToysRUs.com. Once there, you can see all the toys we’ve already requested with more added daily. Simply select the toys you want and purchase them. That’s it! Selecting only the toys on our wish list ensures that all the gifts will be shipped to our offices and then picked up by Toys for Tots. If you donate, e-mail us at charity@metro.us letting us know what you gave and we’ll shout out a “thank-you” in the paper! METRO

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Macy’s Reading Circle invites you to celebrate a healthy Thanksgiving with children’s author Judith Natelli McLaughlin! Macy’s Herald Square 7th Floor, Kids’ Department Saturday, November 5 at Noon Everybody gather ‘round! Join author Judith Natelli McLaughlin as she reads from her new book, Poems on Fruits and Odes to Veggies. Find out how Thanksgiving dinner goes beyond the bird and why fruits and veggies add a variety of colors and flavors to holiday meals. Beautifully illustrated with vibrant watercolors, the pages look good enough to eat! Afterwards, kids of all ages are invited to decorate their very own cornucopia! Plus, receive a complimentary signed copy of the book* with any purchase of $25 or more in the Kids’ Department! Macy’s and Scholastic recognize that literacy is the cornerstone of a child’s intellectual, personal and cultural growth. For nearly 90 years, Scholastic has created quality products and services that educate, motivate and entertain children. Follow us on twitter @macysevents

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More young adults living with parents 25- to 35-year-olds having a hard time getting work stay at home with mom and dad Women are more likely to get out on their own than men

Need a hand at home?

It looks like more young adults are choosing to live at home with mom and dad these days. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the percentage of men age 25 to 34 living in their parents’ home rose from 14 percent to 19 percent between 2005 and 2011. While the percentage of women living with their parents also increased during that period — from 8 percent in 2005 to 10 percent in 2011 — it’s interesting to note that both

Mama’s boys? Why the higher percentage of men living at home? Lack of jobs likely has a lot to do with it. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 9.4 percent of men age 16 and older were unemployed in September, versus 8.7 percent of women in that age group.

pre- and post-recession percentages for the ladies were smaller than that of the guys. The statistics come from the America’s Families and Living Arrangements: 2011 report from the 2011 Current Population Survey. “The increase in 25- to 34-year-olds living in their parents’ home began before the recent recession, and has continued beyond it,” said the author, Rose Kreider, a family demographer with the Census Bureau’s Fertility and Family

Statistics Branch. The findings on 18- to 24-year-olds living at home also showed an increase during the past six years. According to the census data, 59 percent of men and 50 percent of women in this age group lived in their parents’ home in 2011, up from 53 percent and 46 percent in 2005, respectively. The study counted college students living in a dormitory as living in their parents’ home. MAINSTREET.COM

Cain campaign cash spikes amid scandal 'RQ·W0 R Y

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has hauled $1 million in donations in recent days, a spokesman said Thursday, despite accusations of sexual harassment that have consumed his campaign. The former pizza executive’s fundraising took a jump once his ascent in the polls began about a month ago. He brought in $2 million in the first two weeks of October. Until then, he had raised about $5.2 million after entering the race in May. Cain, who says he is innocent of charges that he

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harassed at least three women during his tenure at the National Restaurant Association, appears to be raising money at an even faster clip this week. The harassment charges first emerged on Sunday and the campaign has raised $1 million since then. “Mr. Cain’s supporters around the country have rallied around him, and we have been encouraged by their strong showing,” spokesman J.D. Gordon said in an e-mail. REUTERS

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Euro debt threatens Greek PM

ATHENS. Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou defied demands on Thursday that he resign over his decision to hold a referendum on the nation’s euro zone bailout deal, calling instead for his party to unite for a confidence vote in the government. Greeks have fiercely opposed the spending cuts, tax raises and job losses which have been the price of aid from the IMF and the European Union to tackle the nation’s huge debt and budget deficit. This has led to a wave of strikes and violence. Analysts declared the referendum idea dead, a relief to euro zone leaders who agreed the bailout only last week. REUTERS

Tax study: Big firms don’t pay As politicians scramble to repair the US budget, report shows many corporations slip by with tax free

Occupy Oakland protesters bask in the light of a trash fire being used as a barricade.

Occupy protesters clash with police Police in riot gear clashed with protesters in Oakland on Thursday, firing tear gas to disperse demonstrators lingering in the streets after a day of mostly peaceful rallies against economic inequality and police brutality. The confrontation, which erupted after midnight, appeared aimed at preventing the protesters from expanding their foothold in the streets around a public plaza that has become a hub for demonstrations in the largely working-class city on the banks of San Francisco Bay. REUTERS

Thirty large and profitable U.S. corporations paid no income taxes in 2008 through 2010, said a study on Thursday that arrives as Congress faces rising demands for tax reform but seems unable or unwilling to act. The statutory U.S. corporate income tax rate is 35 percent, one of the highest in the world; but over the 2008-2010 period, very few of the companies studied paid it, said the report. Corporations will say rightly that the loopholes that let them slash their taxes were perfectly legal, the report said. “But that does not mean that low-tax corporations bear no responsibility ... The laws were not enacted in a vacuum; they were adopted in response to relentless corporate lobbying, threats and campaign support,” the report said. Some of the 30 compa-

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Taxes are on the agenda of the congressional “supercommittee” tasked with finding at least $1.2 trillion in additional budget savings by Nov. 23, but it is so far deadlocked across a familiar divide — Republicans refusing any tax increases, Democrats defending social programs. nies disputed the report’s findings. A Pepco spokesman said it “pays all its required taxes.” As Congress and the Obama administration struggle with a sluggish economy and high deficits, corporations are pressing for more tax breaks and a lower corporate rate. REUTERS

RAZING CAIN: WILL HE SURVIVE SCANDAL? Opinion

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POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT FOR CNN

Here is a principle we’re all supposed to learn in elementary school, right around the time we study gravity and start growing soybeans in paper cups: The rules are different for popular kids.

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t’s a simple, universal truth, and yet the pizza baron and would-be Republican nominee, Herman Cain, was apparently out sick that day because this week he got a crash course in this Darwinian stricture. Oh sure, he’d already been pushed around over his 999 plan, but that was just good natured ribbing of an electoral newbie. Now, however, he finds himself in a full-scale “I’ll meet you after school” D.C. smackdown over these allegations of sexual harassment. First things first: Most serious political analysts would agree that the questions being asked of Cain are valid. Anytime anyone stands even a chance of seizing the nation’s highest office, he or she better expect some

skeleton hunters to start digging through the closet. And even if all they find is a couple of dusty bones, a stiff interrogation is sure to follow.

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ut once such an allegation is raised it Quoted gets trickier. Because if the “Letting an accused is already a established poll-winning, successful Washington insidwinner be er, he will likely have a taken down broad base of powerful makes the defenders who will auwhole D.C. tomatically take up his cause. Like a popular crowd feel kid in school, he will vulnerable.” enjoy a presumption of innocence that others can only envy, and even if he ultimately admits guilt, they may yet rally to keep him

in their pantheon of power. After all, letting an established winner be taken down makes the whole D.C. crowd feel vulnerable, and they don’t like that.

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ot so for an outsider. If the accused is not already part of the club, the political elite will only too happily whisper the scandal over and over with a nod and a wink. And the candidate in question will largely be left to fend for himself. It’s like being beaten into a gang. Regardless of the facts, if he survives he is “in,” and if he falls, he is “out.” So while we await the full story of this incident from Cain’s past, it is worth remembering: The rules are different for the popular kids. And along the Potomac, the popular kids are those who have already won. – CNN’s Tom Foreman is a regular on “AC360°”/www.ac360.com and “The Situation Room.” Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages. Opposing viewpoints are welcome. Send 300-word submissions to letters@metro.us.


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2 Back from the dead In ‘A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas,’ Neil Patrick Harris returns to the franchise that revived his dormant career in 2004 Not only is his character revived after being shot in the last film, this time he also brings along his real-life husband, David Burtka

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eil Patrick Harris has successfully come out of the postchild star wasteland to become one of the biggest stars working today, with a hit sitcom on CBS, gigs hosting every major awards show but the Oscars, and a large fan base cheering him on. And since it was his jaw-dropping cameo in 2004’s “Harold & Kumar go to White Castle” that helped relaunch his career, naturally he was game to come back for the franchise’s third installment, “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas” — even if he did get shot and killed at the end of the last film. But you can’t have NPH return from the dead for another “Harold & Kumar” film without upping the ante on his atrocious behavior. When asked if there’s a line he wouldn’t want to cross with his onscreen alter ego, Harris insists it’s far too late for that kind of thinking. “That’s such a tough question because I never thought that any of this would’ve been written,” he says. “I wouldn’t even have imagined that I would be smoking crack

Neil and Kelly’s Christmas that never was

and trying to forcibly enter a dancer girl. I don’t know where the line gets drawn here anymore.” Of course, Harris’ rising profile — and public coming out of the closet — have become factors since the original film, leaving a lot for the filmmakers to address. Harris was happy to poke fun at his newfound status — he’s referred to as “America’s Sweetheart” in the film — as long as he got a say in the jokes as usual. That held especially true since Harris’ husband, David Burtka, was along for the ride this time. “I was more cautious and protective of those scenes than any of the others, weirdly, just because I didn’t want it to feel exploitative or like a sight gag and nothing more,” says Harris. “I know David to be a well-trained Albee actor from New York, and I just didn’t want it to seem like we were using him for some sight gag and then end it. And I didn’t want to leave a bad taste in anyone’s mouth about him on my watch, right?” In the end, Burtka is used to great comic effect — and we’ll just leave it at that for now. NED EHRBAR

Neil Patrick Harris is always game for a little song and dance, as he is here, in “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas,” opening Friday.

METRO WORLD NEWS IN LOS ANGELES DARREN MICHAELS

In “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas,” the boys stumble upon Neil Patrick Harris rehearsing a Rockettestudded holiday spectacular, complete with show tunes and kick-lines. But

that wasn’t the original plan, as it turns out. “It was originally pitched to me as sort of a Bing Crosby Christmas TV special with Kelly Ripa, and the two of us were in our living room with our eight

kids, wearing sweaters and singing ‘Little Drummer Boy,’ that kind of vibe,” Harris explains. “And then Kelly, who loved the idea, was filming in Prince Edward Island that very week

that we were filming and that I was available, and so she couldn’t do it. So rather than find someone else to fill her shoes, they just turned it into another solo kind of performance.”

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No. 1: The title! The cast and producers revealed that and more in London yesterday ‘We start shooting today,’ said star Daniel Craig There was a time, last year, when the future of the James Bond franchise was in more danger than 007 himself: The studio behind the movies, MGM, teetered on bankruptcy, leaving the series in limbo. But “Bond 23” — now officially called “Skyfall” — is a go. “We start shooting today,” announced Daniel Craig from a press conference in London on Thursday. Among the top five facts confirmed:

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The title! Although previous titles have referenced creator Ian Fleming’s works, “Skyfall” is apparently brand new, with no connection. Perhaps it’s meant to evoke the Transformer with the same name. 007 versus the Decepticons? No: “It has emotional context which will be revealed in the film,” said producer Barbara Broccoli. The official 007 Twitter feed revealed more a few

hours later: “Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her,” it said, regarding the role that will be reprised by Dame Judi Dench. “As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.”

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Villain Javier Bardem is a softie in real life. “One of the most beautiful memories I had as

a kid was going to see all these movies,” said the badass from “No Country For Old Men” at the press conference Thursday. His character’s signature quirky feature (all Bond villains have one) will remain a secret (bad haircut?). “Amazing stories on screen,” he says.

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Naomie Harris, star of “28 Days Later” and “Pirates of the

Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” will star as field agent Eve. Is she good or evil? The Bond Girl is not telling, except to say: “I’m still pinching myself. Raring to go. I spent two months training for the part.”

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Sam Mendes can handle this. The director of “American Beauty” isn’t known for his action movies. But he

said he has a good secondunit director — Alexander Witt, who directed set pieces for “Casino Royale” and “X-Men: First Class.” He added: “The action needs to coexist with the drama.”

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Harold and Kumar get into the holidays ‘A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas’ is funniest when it parodies all the Christmas classics And the raunch factor is turned way, way up DARREN MICHAELS

‘A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas’

THE WITTIEST,

FUNNIEST AND MOST ENTERTAINING HEIST COMEDY IN RECENT YEARS!” Jeffrey Lyons, LYONS DEN RADIO

BEN STILLER AND EDDIE MURPHY…

TWO OF THE BEST”

FASTBALLS IN COMEDY. David Edelstein, NEW YORK MAGAZINE

“EDDIE MURPHY’S BEST

Director: Todd StraussSchulson Cast: Kal Penn, John Cho, Neil Patrick Harris Rating: R Grade: –—˜™š

Say this much for “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas”: It certainly helps you forget the duo’s second outing, “Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay,” ever happened. This time around, the loveable honor roll stoners (John Cho and Kal Penn) are dealing with growing older, growing apart and taking on the holidays. The brisk comedy works best when it walks that fine line between skewering holiday classics and reveling in downright filth. It’s a careful balance, and the filmmakers don’t always maintain it. (A tribute to a key scene in “Christmas Story” involving a frozen pole and one of Harold’s more sensitive areas is particularly line-crossing.) But all in all,

SINCE ‘TRADING PLACES’ AND ‘BEVERLY HILLS COP’!” Scott Mantz, ACCESS HOLLYWOOD

Harold and Kumar seem to be visiting the land of misfit toys.

it’s good, filthy fun. Of course, what everyone’s really here for is some naughty Neil Patrick Harris action, as his cameo in the first film helped make it a cult classic and relaunch his dormant career. And he doesn’t disappoint here, poking fun at

his public image and even getting husband David Burtka in on the fun. His slice of screen time — including a festive, kick-linefilled song and dance followed by NPH sexually assaulting a Rockette — is the highlight of the film. NED EHRBAR

A BRETT RATNER FILM

PHIL CARUSO

Also opening

‘The Son of No One’ A rock star cast that includes Al Pacino, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche, Tracy Morgan and Channing Tatum tells the story of a cop assigned to his own neighborhood, where old secrets threaten to destroy his life.

‘Killing Bono’ Many of us know what it feels

Channing Tatum and Al Pacino co-star in “The Son of No One.”

like to go to school with someone who ends up hitting the big time (you stink, Elisabeth Hasselbeck!) and the guys of “Killing Bono” especially feel the burn when their fledgling rock group pales in comparison to old friends from this little band called U2.

‘Goethe!’ This historical romance takes on a young Johann Wolfgang von Goethe after he’s failed law school. He becomes entranced by Lotte, a woman who is promised to another man. METRO

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Love on the rocks for rock couples

Hazard, left and Dragonetti keep it together.

Musical marriages are not easy, as the singers we spoke to will tell you And that goes double if you play in the same band as your spouse

W

hile Kim Kardashian runs un-

challenged for most important divorce in the universe, elsewhere in the entertainment industry there have been a few other quiet uncouplings that are no less newsworthy. In mid-October, Sonic Youth figureheads Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon announced that they’re separating after 27 years of marriage. Earlier this week, actress and She & Him singer Zooey Deschanel and Death Cab for Cutie singer Ben Gibbard announced their separation after two years of marriage. For some reason, musical romances seem to be more legitimate than Hollywood marriages. Perhaps because the résumé bullet points of

Film review

The sweet taste of revenge ‘Tower Heist’ Director: Brett Ratner Cast: Eddie Murphy, Ben Stiller, Casey Affleck, Michael Pena, Matthew Broderick Rating: PG-13 Grade: –—˜™š Don’t we all just want to know that Hollywood gets it? That despite the seven-figure salaries their top stars make, Holly-

Deschanel, left, and Gibbard announced they are separating.

a songwriter include exploring the essence of love and giving hope to the masses. And when those people find love in their own personal lives, it makes everyone happy. But musical couplings seem rife with hazards and

a history of rock relationships being, well, rocky. Within the pop pairings there are more Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston examples than there are successful ones like Arcade Fire’s Win Butler and Regine Chassagne.

If both partners are leaders in their bands, they obviously have strong personalities. And if they’re in the same band, that’s even more challenging. Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova made a lovely musical couple in the movie “Once,” and in their band, the Swell Season, the pair made a convincing case for the existence of true love. But when we spoke with Hansard a few years ago, he said the romance route was not productive for their art: “We kind of tried it out, and decided it wasn’t for us.” Blake Hazard and John Dragonetti continue to shine as a beacon of wedded hope. In their band, the Submarines, they lyrically lay out their quarrels. “Without getting into it too much, it’s been up and

‘Rock Wit U’

No one can get in the way of what Keys and Beatz are feelin’!

Other musical couples still going strong: Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz Ryan Adams and Mandy Moore Jason Hammel and Kori Gardner of Mates of State Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley of Yo La Tengo Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa Elvis Costello and Diana Krall

down,” said Dragonetti when we spoke to him this past spring. “We’re trying to figure it out. It gives us stuff to write about.” Hazard chimed in, “I don’t think there’s quite a way for writing about things without pulling any punches.” Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast, who dates Wavves singer and guitarist Nathan Williams, told Metro last year that the hardest part of dating another musician in the spotlight is the public’s perception. “It’s not like we were like, ‘Oh hey, we both play music, let’s start dating,’” she said. “We’ve known each other for five or six years.” PAT HEALY

pat.healy@metro.us

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wood despises what “the man” is doing in this crappy economy just as much as we do? “Tower Heist” certainly tries to make that case, with a plot centering around a group of disgruntled apartment building employees who lose their pensions in a scam by the building’s arrogant owner (Alan Alda) — a very obvious nod to Bernie Madoff. The employees’ shock gives way to the sort of revenge fantasy that we’ve been primed for since 2008. A building manager (Ben Stiller) assembles a

motley crew of fellow victims, and his neighbor, a professional thief (Eddie Murphy) to try to steal the money back. With an obvious connection to “Ocean’s Eleven,” “Heist” is a bit less clever on the logistical details of the caper than the former film and its two sequels. “Heist” pushes itself beyond believability with its ludicrous climax, but we did specify that it’s a fantasy, not high drama. Performances are mixed, if only for Ben Stiller’s on-again, off-again Queens accent and

Gabourey Sidibe’s equally confused Jamaican accent. But it’s nice to see Eddie Murphy work with something other than a fat suit to get the laughs. The film does its best not to insult the intelligence of the audience, while still serving up a cathartic moment in which we get to watch victims of corporate greed get repaid for their losses. In a world where that kind of justice seems impossible, it’s nice to be on the receiving end of some pandering.

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A Fling to remember If you go: The Fling Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Mercury Lounge 217 E. Houston St., NY $10, 212-260-4700 www.mercurylounge nyc.com

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The tight harmonies on “What I’ve Seen,” the brand new EP from the Fling, may be the result of two of the singers being brothers, or it could be that they grew up on Lennon and McCartney. “My dad is in a Beatles cover band,” reveals singer and bassist Graham Lovelis, who formed the band with

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Long Beach, Calif. But Lovelis indicates that there might be another reason for the perfect blending of voices in their psychedelic sound. The band recently went from a situation where the Lovelis brothers wrote all of the songs to one where everyone works on the composi-

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tion process together. “I will say that it seems like a fluke that we have four people who sing in the perfect range and don’t really have to try,” he says. “It seems like everyone kind of fell into place.” PAT HEALY

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television The history “Hell on Wheels” refers to the mobile city that would spring up as the construction of the railroad progressed westward. The first Hell on Wheels town — a city of saloons, gambling houses and brothels — sprung up in Omaha, Neb. in 1865.

Coloring ‘Hell’ “Hell on Wheels” is actually beautiful to watch, like an old, sepia-toned photograph come to life. “The art direction wanted a lot of brown and gray,” Mount explains of the series’ visual quality. “And outside of [the construction of the railroad], they wanted everything to be lush. They wanted a concept like an industrial machine firing up the earth.”

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AMC raising ‘Hell’ It took grit and a lot of (fake) blood to make the Western ‘Hell on Wheels’ so authentic Star Anson Mount on bringing America’s violent past to TV The Western is the most iconic, uniquely American genre to be churned out of Hollywood. With the debut of “Hell on Wheels,” it might also be the dirtiest. “There’s a lot of sunburn and dirt and mud. There’s a lot of animals,” leading man Anson Mount says of the Alberta set of the new AMC drama. “And there’s a lot of fake blood.” Oh, is there ever blood. Recounting the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad in post-Civil War America, the “Hell on Wheels” tale is one of technological advances, greed, and the plight of Native Americans, newly emancipated African-Ameri-

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Anson Mount stars as Cullen Bohannon in “Hell on Wheels,” premiering Sunday at 10 p.m. on AMC.

cans (including a character played by rapper-actor Common) and immigrants. It’s told through the story of Mount’s character, Cullen Bohannon, a Confederate soldier who heads west seeking revenge for the death of his wife. Far from the romantic notion of the classic Western, this series is a vivid, brutal retelling of historical fact that doesn’t shy away from the ugly actions our nation took in the name of progress. “The first time I saw the pilot, I turned to the producers and told them, ‘I think we have just made the bloodiest thing ever shot on television,’” Mount says. He believes the series’ attention to the au-

thenticity of this tumultuous period — including its violence and language that is far from politically correct today — is something audiences will appreciate. “I think people are more interested in reality than just a shiny object,” he says. “I think they are always going to respond to something that is truthful. The American audience is, by and large, a lot smarter than the Hollywood people give them credit for.” In other words, don’t expect the good guy to ride up on a white steed with silver spurs and a million-dollar smile in this Western. AMBER RAY

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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ REALITY. We’ll leave it up to you to decide what’s more disturbing when Season 4 kicks off on Sunday night: Kim’s pregnancy photos, Kandi’s line of adult toys or Phaedra’s desire to open a funeral home. Season premiere, Sunday, 9 p.m., Bravo

‘Saturday Night Live’ COMEDY. Dear “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” star/this week’s “Saturday Night Live” host Charlie Day: Pretty please bring the kitten mittens up the turnpike with you for a sketch? Saturday, 11:29 p.m., NBC AMBER RAY


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20 The feed ... On Fridays, Dorothy will post the best tweets she received during the week. You can always let her know what you think — good or bad — at @dorothyatmetro. This week, everyone weighs in on — what else? — the 72-day marriage of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. And @Henry_Be and @dhm comment on the rumor that famed director Gus Van Sant and Taylor Lautner (really?!) are working on an indie film project together. @ glory_anne Ouch! I was rooting for them in a weird, reality TV fan sort of way but alas. They’re no Khloe/Lamar! @ Thidowitz I wasn’t paying attention and missed the entire marriage @ travelgirl1971 Ironically with all of KK’s boo hooing she’ll probably have KH sign something that he can’t make money off the divorce. @ v0xtheriot poor kris can’t afford anything due to the lockout. He should make that excuse @ happywithmyname Who cares? At the end of the day she’ll still be rich & famous for doing some guy.

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oor Mariah Yeater. First, the 20-year-old (allegedly!) had sex with Justin Bieber, then she (allegedly!) got pregnant by him, and now she’s facing the wrath of millions of hormonal girls (not allegedly!) on the Internet. Several Facebook hatepages have sprung up bashing Yeater and Twitter is absolutely inflamed with misspelled hate-tweets. Here’s a sampling: @ BieberSuperArmy

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@ Henry_Be Is it a shot-for-shot remake of Twilight?

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@dhm Maybe Gus Van Sant is remaking Psycho again, only with s—ty actors.

Biel and Timberlake back together?

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While Jessica Biel has been spotted out and about with exboyfriend Justin Timberlake, spurring plenty of reconciliation rumors, that doesn’t mean the actress is ready to spill the beans. “A girl doesn’t kiss and tell,” she says to Elle magazine when pressed on the topic. But with Timberlake now establishing himself on screen, she’s more than happy to talk about the

ma doesn’t hit you, I will. @BieberSwagGiirl

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propensity to date fellow actors. “I think those are the people you meet and so it just kind of happens,” says Biel. “Let me tell you: It never happens on purpose.”

ny, it’s not serious.

Richards reignites old flame

Gaga and Kinney: It’s on! Lady Gaga reportedly had so much fun making out with “Vampire Diaries” star Taylor Kinney during the shoot for her “You and I” video that she’s reportedly decided to keep it going off-camera as well, according to Us Weekly. “They’re hooking up and getting to know each other,” a source says. But while they are enjoying each other’s compa-

descended yet? And if Yeater, 20, did have sex with Bieber, 17, wouldn’t she just be admitting to pedophilia? But then again, I thought the marriage between Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries would last to at least six months, so I’ve been wrong before.

Sambora and Richards back in 2007.

Denise Richards has reportedly rekindled her romance with Richie Sambora, according to Us Weekly. “They’ve always stayed friends, through everything they’ve gone through,” a source says. “He’s had a rough patch, she’s had her own stuff, but they’re both in a great place right now.” The pair dated in 2006 after she split from Charlie Sheen and he divorced Heather Locklear, but the relationship only lasted about a year. Now the pair are said to be “doing great and happy.”

While Ashton Kutcher has come under fire due to allegations of infidelity, new reports suggest Demi Moore might be in the same boat. According to In Touch, Moore got more than a little friendly with a young pal of Kutcher, actor Ben Hollingsworth, one night after picking him up from a party. “They wound up having sex in the back of the car,” a source claims. “It just kept going from there.” But not too far, as Hollingsworth called off the affair soon after. “He was getting to be better friends with Ashton and he felt bad,” the source explains. Sex in a car? Why do we need to know these graphic details? Between Kutcher having sex in a hot tub and Moore doing the deed in the back seat of a car, it’s as though these two have something against beds.

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As Thanksgiving draws closer, we pause in our stars-spotting tracks and give thanks to the universe for granting us these highlights from the past few months. 1: First up? Chris Evans in next summer’s “The Avengers.” The hunky actor sported a leather jacket and a motorcycle while filming in Central Park in September. More pictures like this, please. 2: Are we thankful Ed Westwick is trying to bring back acidwash? Who cares? All he needs to do is look pretty in it. The “Gossip Girl” star was out at the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II and HTC Amaze 4G launch at Espace in New York City last month. 3: Ryan Reynolds in a threepiece suit and a slight beard? Yes, please! Here he is at the German premiere of “The Green Lantern” in July. 4: Whether or not Taylor Lautner can act doesn’t matter when he has a jawline like that. Meow. Here he is at the Spanish premiere of “Abduction” in September. 5: Carey Mulligan charms on the red carpet at the 22nd annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala in California.

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Is healthy comfort food an oxymoron?

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add the cheese. I’m still using the real cheese and that’s giving you the flavor. Rather than using cream, I’m just thickening milk. It doesn’t compromise the texture and you still get the cheesy flavor.

Not if you ask Ellie Krieger The master of good-for you-and-delicious meals makes guilt-free wings Krieger is the samurai of healthy cooking that tastes good. Why? She won’t sacrifice flavor for anything. Low-fat cheeses, be damned. She won’t go there. And in her latest book “Comfort Food Fix: Feel-Good Favorites Made Healthy,” Krieger conquers what most chefs would deem impossible. We spoke to the Food Net-

work star about her making of miracles. What are the hallmarks of comfort food?

It’s all so cheesy or fried. Research shows that the No. 1 comfort food is chips. I think that’s because people associate chips with parties and relaxing. One of the things I say in the forward is that comfort food is different things for different people, and so it depends on your memories and personal experiences.

Comfort foods are often slow-cooking concoctions. Are these doable?

How can you make comfort food healthy?

There’s this whole section on noshes and nibbles. It’s sort of like bar food. A lot of those foods are fried chips, fried wings, nachos, cheesy fried stuff. What I did there was really use my oven — making all kinds of chips in the oven, getting that crisp and flavorful punch — not relying on salt only, but using other kinds of spices and then with things like the wings, finding ways to keep the

What Krieger loses with the lack of salt she makes up with finger-licking spices.

essence of it but lose the fat. That’s why I render the fat off the chicken wings by boiling them first. That eliminates most of the fat from the skin.

One common ingredient in comfort food is a cheesy sauce. How do you make that healthy?

You thicken a low fat milk with flour and then you

These are totally pareddown and doable for the average cook. You don’t need to be a chef to do these recipes by any stretch, but they’re a little bit more like slow food. There are definitely some recipes that you might make for the holidays or that you might make for the weekend or that you might make for the week and freeze it. HEIDI PATALANO

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Down at the Bell House, Nachos NY is throwing another Salsa Slam, with 20 different salsas vying for the title of “Best Salsa,” and the chance to disprove that old Pace ad once and for all. Better yet, for the first two hours, Brooklyn Brewery is pouring pints for only $4. WHITNEY EDEN

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Marcel, the fun-loving one-eyed shell who hang-glides on a Dorito for adventure, garnered more than 12 million viewers on YouTube. Now, he returns in picture book form. Celebrate with creators Jenny Slate and Dean FleischerCamp, who read from and sign copies of the book. RJ

Monday, 7 p.m., Mercury Lounge, 217 E. Houston St., $10

Remember when Kings of Leon were new, exciting, and good? The Features still are. The Nashville quartet churns out unabashedly countrified rock tunes laden with boot-stomping hooks — and just enough folk and psych elements in there to keep things interesting. They’re on the road supporting their latest, “Wilderness,” and are best enjoyed with a good whiskey. LT

New York Theatre Ballet: Dance on a Shoestring Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m., NYTB’s Dance Gallery, 30 E. 31st St., $15

NYTB’s second showCatch the classic “Lawrence of Arabia” this weekend at the Museum of the Moving Image.

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This documentary explores the making of Noel Gallagher’s acclaimed first solo album post-Oasis, providing a look behind the scenes at how one of the most renowned songwriters in music history approached making a record of his own for the very first time. DOUG LEVY

Saturday and Sunday, 6 p.m., Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Ave., Astoria, free with museum admission

More than nearly any other film that carelessly self-applies the word “epic,” David Lean’s masterpiece of bravery and madness demands to be seen in the cinema. The film is a celebration of awe-inspiring sights captured in the crisp beauty of 70mm. JASON JUDE CHAN

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America’s top graphic artists come together for the sixth Prints Gone Wild fair. With everything priced at $50 or less, this is some of the most affordable artwork you’re likely to come by. And it’s being held at the new Secret Project Robot location in Bushwick. RJ Jenny Slate and Dean Fleischer-Camp: ‘Marcel the Shell with Shoes On’

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‘Freestyle Free for All and Friends’ Saturday, 8 p.m. Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort $50-$125, 609-449-5150 www.trumptaj.com

Family Atlantic City Fall RV Show Friday-Sunday Atlantic City Convention Center $10, 609-449-2000 www.accenter.com Are you setting your sights on traveling throughout the Northeast this upcoming season? Or are you planning at finding a nice place to settle in for the summer? Whatever your plans are, you’ll find top-notch family camping resorts at the show.


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Risk: It’s the The house always wins. game of world domination Now we’re all The truth about on the hook for risky business “MF GLOBAL: HOW NOT TO a few lousy MANAGE RISK”, ABCNEWS.COM, dice rolls NOV. 1. It’s said there’s no reBRAYDEN SIMMS

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ward in life without risk. Incumbent in this axiom is the idea that, in order to reap gains, it is necessary to make certain (hopefully educated) gambles. A risk taker must be prepared to lose

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in the event that his risk goes awry. A problem arises when, as in the upper eschelons of the financial industry, one takes a risk with someone else’s collateral. Take the case of recently bankrupted MF Global. The firm bet big on risky European debt. Had the risk paid off, execs like CEO Jon Corzine, the former Democrat governor of New Jersey, stood to enrich themselves generously. They lost their bet, but the risks were borne by their investors — including pension funds of hard-working Americans. Corzine may even take millions more in the form of golden parachute bonus money. Occupy protesters risk everything — freedom, comfort, financial security — to raise awareness of a system in which a rich elite risk nothing of their own in mad gambles to win everything. Win or lose, the 1 percent wins. And we lose.

Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22. Be a good listener if someone you know seeks you out to discuss a tasty tidbit of recent vintage. It’ll be to your advantage to check it out with alacrity. Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21. Try to finalize some kind of involvement you have with others that has profitable potential. Stay on top of it and don’t leave anything dangling, because time is not on your side. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19. Because both your luck and popularity might be waxing, this could be an interesting day for you. Each factor could help produce something good. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 19. Keep at it, because you could be rather fortunate in resolving a critical situation or issue that looked to be hanging in the balance. Once resolved, you’ll feel like a winner. Pisces Feb. 20-March 20. Don’t hesitate to help out a friend when he or she requests it. What this person will do for you in appreciation could make the gesture you offer pale in comparison. Aries March 21-April 19. Adopting a positive attitude always works to your advantage. Have complete faith in yourself and your abilities, and you’ll be able to pull off something that may astound you and others.

“Batman is taking over Wall Street” BUSINESSINSIDER.COM, OCT. 30

At least someone is stepping in to clean up our financial supervillains.

“Kardashian divorce sparks touching vigil” HUFFINGTONPOST.COM, OCT. 31

Yeah, we’ll bet there was quite a bit of touching as the Internet denizens discovered Ms. Kardashian was back on the market.

“Bachmann ‘out of ideas’” ABCNEWS.GO.COM, OCT. 31

Bachmann had ideas?

“Will judge throw book at LiLo?” FOXNEWS.COM, OCT. 31

It sure looks like Lohan had something thrown at her.

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What’s a fumble worth to you? The Chargers had the game won Monday night. If Philip Rivers doesn’t inexplicably drop a snap, they win. Period. Instead, they lost in overtime. So, what would the line for Sunday’s game against the Packers be if San Diego had won in Week 8?

At the Las Vegas Hilton, the Packers were available at -3.5 on Tuesday. Now, they’re -6. That’s because people saw the Chargers choke and wanted to bet against them. That’s the kind of reactionary, shortsighted strategy that’s best avoided.

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If the Chargers had won that game — as they essentially did — the line probably would have held at Packers -3.5, or maybe even -3. But thanks to a fluke fumble, we can grab three extra points on the Chargers. It’s like stealing points. ADAM LEVITAN

Giants take a trip down memory lane Meet New England for first time since remarkable upset in Super Bowl XLII Manning, Brady both want to keep focus on this Sunday’s game ROB TRINGALI/SPORTSCHROME/GETTY IMAGES

The Giants have been thinking about beating the Patriots all week. Just don’t ask them to think about the last time they beat New England. The last meaningful game these two proud franchises played against each other was Feb. 3, 2008, in Super Bowl XLII. Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw for 255 yards, two touchdowns and won the Most Valuable Player award as the Giants knocked off the previously undefeated New England Patriots, 17-14. That was a magical night for Manning, but he said all he’s concerned about is this Sunday. “All we’re trying to do is prepare for the Patriots right now,” Manning said. “We’re trying to get ready, go up there and play a great game. We know they’re a good team. We know they’re always a playoff team. It’ll be great to see where we stand against a team that’s as talented as they are and know that they always play well at home … it’s a great challenge for us. Those are the games you get excited for.” Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has also down-

On the air Sunday Patriots vs. Giants 4:15 p.m., FOX

The cold, hard football facts A look at this weekend’s NFL action through the eyes of the football stat experts at coldhardfootballfacts.com.

Philadelphia’s run at history The Eagles’ ground game is on pace to be the best ever. LeSean McCoy, Michael Vick and Co., average an incredible 5.78 yards per attempt. But history says it will not be enough to win a Super Bowl. Champs have always dominated the air, not the ground. Here’s the record of the 10 best rushing teams in NFL history ... none of which won a playoff game. 1. 2011 Eagles (5.78 YPA, 3-4 record) 2. 1963 Browns (5.74, 10-4) 3. 1945 49ers (5.65, 7-4-1) 4. 1997 Lions (5.51, 9-7) 5. 2006 Falcons (5.47, 7-9) 6. 2010 Eagles (5.43, 10-6) 7. 2007 Vikings (5.33, 8-8) 8. 1958 Browns (5.32, 9-3) 9. 2002 Vikings (5.30, 6-10) 10. 1984 Rams (5.29, 10-6)

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Start him Falcons RB Michael Turner looks to be a good play. The Indianapolis Colts have allowed the most fantasy points (18.6 per week) to opposing running backs this season. Combine that stat with the fact Turner has rushed for more than 100 yards in each of his last two games, and you get a recipe for a bang-up day by the Burner.

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Sit him We no longer refer to Titans RB Chris Johnson as CJ2K; he’s now CJ-NO-K, since he isn’t coming anywhere close to sniffing 1,000 yards. He’s been so bad that he’s actually being outperformed by his backup, Javon Ringer.

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played the rematch, saying his plate is full worrying about the current batch of Giants, not the 2007 version. “That’s a distant memory and there’s not much you can take from that. This is an entirely different team that we have and

that they have,” Brady said. “There are so many players on our team that were obviously not a part of that game or any game against the Giants. We’re familiar with them [because] we play them in the preseason mostly every year and we’ve played them in the

preseason this year. That probably gives us a little more of an understanding of what they do than the game a few years ago or eight years ago or something like that.” TONY WILLIAMS sports@metro.us

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STANFORD NO. 4, 8-0

OREGON ST. 2-6

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Line: Falcons -7.5 (O/U 44.5) The Scoop: Only 7.5 points? This is the 0-8 Colts, right? Indy is 2-6 ATS as well. Atlanta big. Pick: Falcons

Line: 49ers -4 (O/U 38) The Scoop: Not only are the Niners doing well SU, they are also undefeated (6-0-1) ATS. Pick: 49ers

Line: Off The Scoop: Good luck finding action on this one with Kevin Kolb looking doubtful. Basically a college game. Pick: The better bad team

Line: Stanford -21.5 The Scoop: A miracle cover last week kept Stanford on a spread-covering streak. They should win easy. Pick: Stanford

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COWBOYS 3-4

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Line: Saints -8.5 (O/U 50) The Scoop: The Saints are just 2-6 SU and 1-7 ATS in their last eight games against the Bucs in New Orleans. Pick: Buccaneers

Line: Cowboys -12 (O/U 44) The Scoop: Seattle is 1-6-1 ATS in their last eight on the road and 0-5 ATS in their last five against Dallas. Pick: Cowboys

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Line: Texans -10.5 (O/U 41) The Scoop: Browns are awful on the road and have just two wins ATS in their last 11 games. Pick: Texans

Line: Raiders -9 (O/U 42.5) The Scoop: Denver is just 2-5 ATS this year and you know the Raiders will want to run it up. Pick: Raiders

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BENGALS 5-2

TITANS 4-3

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Line: Bills -2 (O/U 44) The Scoop: Basically a pick ’em type of game. Ignore the spread. We like a Jets team on the rise. Pick: Jets

Line: Titans -3 (O/U 42) The Scoop: The Bengals are 6-1 ATS, including a win last week. They like being overlooked. Pick: Bengals

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Line: Chiefs -4 (O/U 40.5) The Scoop: Way too small a line for a team 1-6 ATS. Pick: Chiefs

Line: Packers -5.5 (O/U 50.5) The Scoop: The Pack is easily the best team in football. Pick: Packers

LINE: Steelers -3 (O/U 42)

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KEY INJURIES: WR Hines Ward (ankle) questionable. WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) out. LB James Harrison (eye) questionable. NT Haloti Ngata (thigh) questionable. C Matt Birk (neck) questionable. THE SCOOP: You know this game will be physical and you know it will be close — at least before this year’s opening game blowout by Baltimore. Steelers get the three points for playing at home, so Vegas isn’t exactly sure who will win. We like the Steelers to get some revenge against a Ravens team that is clearly struggling. It doesn’t hurt that the Ravens are 2-5-1 ATS in their last eight meetings with the Steelers. You only need a touchdown more to win it. PICK: Steelers

SYRACUSE 4-3

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Line: UConn -2 The Scoop: The Huskies shouldn’t be favored. Also, the stands will be empty ... basketball season began. Pick: Syracuse

Line: Cincinnati -3.5 The Scoop: Cincinnati is a paper tiger. They’ve beaten no one. Even with no Ray Graham we like Pitt. Pick: Pittsburgh

at MICHIGAN NO. 13, 7-1

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BEARS 4-3

SUNDAY, 4:15 P.M.

MONDAY, 8:30 P.M.

Line: Patriots -9 (O/U 50.5) The Scoop: Everyone is jumping big on the Patriots to win this game. Neither team has looked particularly consistent in compiling the same record. So here’s a funny stat for you: The Patriots are 4-1 SU against the Giants in their last five meetings. However, they are just 1-4 ATS in those games. Pick: Giants

Line: Eagles -8 (O/U 47) The Scoop: Both teams are coming in on two-game winning streaks after a bit (or a lot) of shakiness. These teams have played within five points — one way or the other — in their last four meetings. That gives you the idea this game will be close. Since both teams are 3-4 ATS this year, we’ll go with a close game. Pick: Bears

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SATURDAY, 3 P.M. Line: Oklahoma -14 The Scoop: The loss to TTU took off the pressure. The Sooners roll. Pick: Oklahoma

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SATURDAY, 7:15 P.M. Line: Arkansas -5.5 The Scoop: Arkansas is just 2-4 ATS in their last six games despite their impressive record overall. Pick: South Carolina

Line: Wisconsin -26 The Scoop: Yes, the Badgers are coming off two bad losses. But Purdue lost by 28 to Notre Dame. Pick: Wisconsin

EAGLES 3-4

S. CAROLINA ARKANSAS NO. 10, 7-1 NO. 8, 7-1

Line: Michigan -4 The Scoop: Iowa is just 2-3 ATS in their last five and lost SU to Minnesota last week. Pick: Michigan

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ALABAMA NO. 2, 8-0

SATURDAY, 8 P.M. Line: Alabama -4.5 The Scoop: The real national title. Bama wins it comfortably. Pick: Alabama

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Earlier this week, a report came out that the wife of Bills running back Fred Jackson didn’t draft her husband until the fifth round of her fantasy draft, because she didn’t know what type of year he was in for. It is shaping up to be a career year for him. He is fourth in the AFC with 721 rushing yards and adds plenty to the team with receptions and good blocking in the backfield. “He continues to amaze me. He’s got all three aspects of the game. He can run it, he can catch it and he can block,” Bills head coach Chan Gailey said.

It was widely known that Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was a cerebral quarterback. He wowed scouts and management types seven years ago before the NFL draft with his intellect and Wonderlic scores, but no one knew if his play in the Ivy League could translate to Sundays. He’s had plenty of rough patches, but Fitzpatrick would hold onto the starting job. This season, he has 1,739 passing yards including 14 touchdowns and just seven interceptions.

Now in his third year with the team, head coach Rex Ryan has never won after a bye with the Jets, including a 9-0 clunker in Week 8 last year against Green Bay. For whatever reason, Ryan hasn’t found the formula for success after a bye week and he offered no specifics this week though the Jets did practice in pads on Wednesday to get the blood flowing again after the layoff.

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Burress presents red-zone problems Just call it the Burress effect. Two weeks ago, in their Week 7 win over San Diego, the Jets had the type of offensive output they had imagined when they pieced together their offense during the offseason. Running back Shonn Greene topped 100 yards rushing for the first time all season, quarterback Mark Sanchez made more right decisions than wrong ones and wide receiver Plaxico Burress finally got on track. On Sunday in Buffalo, the Jets hope that Burress will open things up in the red zone for fellow wide receivers Santonio Holmes, Jeremy

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Kerley and tight end Dustin Keller. “I would only think going into this week that they’re not going to play me man-to-man in the red zone. All it does is open it up for Dustin, Santonio,” Burress said. “It’s going to be interesting to see how those guys play us in the red zone. We’re going to go into the red zone and call the same plays, adjust on the fly.” The problem is double coverage on Burress leaves other targets wide open. METRO/KD


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the Dolphins. The fifth-year veteran is mulling whether to have corrective surgery, according to a team source who wanted to remain anonymous. Bradshaw has had similar issues with both feet and ankles in recent years and has undergone surgery in the past to insert screws into his feet. Look for Brandon Jacobs to get the start, with D.J. Ware getting most â&#x20AC;&#x201D; if not all â&#x20AC;&#x201D; of the third-down touches. Coughlin said heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d even be inclined to give rookie Daâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Rel Scott a look should it come down to that. TONY WILLIAMS


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On a night in which the Rangers didn’t deserve a point, their goaltender and premier offensive threat made sure they left with two. Henrik Lundqvist made 27 saves, and Marian Gaborik scored the game-winning goal in the shootout as the Rangers beat the Ducks, 2-1, Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. Erik Christensen also scored in the one-on-one

Injuries continue to be a problem The Rangers will certainly take the win, but the injuries are starting to mount. Wojtek Wolski reag-

for the Rangers. Teemu Selanne scored Anaheim’s only goal in the shootout. Last night’s match was the second, and presumably last, meeting of the season, unless the two teams find themselves competing for the Cup in June. The Ducks beat the Rangers in a shootout, 2-1, in Stockholm on Oct. 8. Jeff Woywitka opened the scoring at 17:32 of the first period with a slapshot gravated a groin injury early in the game and did not return. The same injury already caused him to miss five games this year. With Marc Staal and Mike Rupp also out, it appears Sean Avery will play this weekend. The MSG crowd again chanted Avery’s name, though he didn’t play.

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from the left circle that rolled under Anaheim goalie Jonas Hiller’s pads. Woywitka’s goal was his first of the season and the ninth of his NHL career. A Bobby Ryan goal tied the game at 1-1 with 1:42 left in the second period. Ryan Getzlaf corralled a loose puck — a Brandon Dubinsky pass for Brad Richards jumped over Richards’ stick — in the defensive zone. Getzlaf moved the puck to Corey Perry, who in turn found Ryan in the neutral zone. Ryan fired a long wrist shot that beat Lundqvist stickside. Anaheim grew in confidence following Ryan’s goal. The Ducks outshot the Rangers 15-4 in the third but the game remained tied because of a spectacular effort by Lundqvist. DENIS GORMAN sports@metro.us

Jeff Woywitka, left, scored the only goal of regulation for the Rangers.

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