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Just time for Fashion Week, one model wants to bring labor rights to the catwalk Says young women in the industry too often prey for greedy agencies, leering photogs {page 02}

Florida voting today, but no plans to retire Polls show Romney leading Gingrich But regardless of outcome, don’t expect this fight to end just yet {page 10}

Super preview for Super Bowl Who needs football when there are pop stars, snacks and puppies? {pages 19-22}

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New arrests in OWS clash

Construction. Price tag

NEW YORK. A dozen Occupy

Wall Street protesters were arrested Sunday night during a march that started at Washington Square Park and ended at Tompkins Square at about 10:30 p.m. The crowd of about 300 gathered in solidarity with protesters who were arrested in Oakland over the weekend during a raucous clash with police. METRO/CG

Men hit by falling cart

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A woman was charged yesterday with stealing more than $1 million from the Archdiocese of New York during a period of seven and a half years. Anita Collins, 67, was charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records, according to the Manhattan district attorney. Prosecutors say Collins issued checks payable to accounts she controlled while she worked for the Archdiocese as an accounting clerk. METRO/CG

In the news Cop a pimp? A cop accused of acting as a pimp in his spare time denied to the New York Daily News that he had anything to do with prostitutes. Monty Green, a seven-year veteran who worked in Brownsville, faces a departmental trial next month after the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau investigated whether he tried to pimp out a prostitute – who was actually an undercover cop – named Candy. In transcripts of phone calls, “Candy” and Green reportedly discussed whether Green would wait inside or outside a club where she was working. METRO/AB

Once completed, the 1,776-foot One World Trade Center will be the tallest in the U.S., but it won’t be the highest in the world. GETTY IMAGES

WTC construction now the world’s priciest skyscraper

One World Trade Center was valued yesterday to cost the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey $3.8 billion to build, making it far and away the world's most expensive office tower. That new price tag, revealed in The Wall Street Journal, is mostly due to unprecedented security measures implemented at the building. One World Trade, formerly nicknamed the Freedom Tower, sits atop a reinforced podium, designed to protect the tower from the path of a blast, and steel reinforces its elevator shafts. METRO/CB

The prettiest proletariat: Labor rights en vogue Model hopes to form alliance for industry rights Details abuse of young, vulnerable models Her efforts lauded by local industry experts New York models are banding together to become comrades in couture. With Fashion Week around the corner, beginning on Feb. 9, model Sara Ziff is launching the Model Alliance next Monday, a nonprofit organization that she says will advocate for models’ rights. “The modeling industry is essentially an unregulated industry,” said Ziff. She hopes to address the recurring problems she said many models endure, such as

child labor, sexual assault, eating disorders, and fraudulent financial practices. Some models are pressured into performing sexual favors in exchange for work, Ziff said, recalling one colleague who was asked to pleasure a photographer in order to be cast in his shoot. “She felt violated,” Ziff said. “This was a top fashion photographer who is well established and powerful. When you are replaceable, it’s not so easy to speak about

“What’s behind the scenes of these beautiful images is truly ugly.”

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SUSAN SCAFIDI, DIRECTOR OF THE FASHION LAW INSTITUTE AT FORDHAM LAW SCHOOL

Williamsburg-based model Lauren B., 21, said an organization like the Model Alliance is sorely needed for the industry.

abuse.” While many people are familiar with the industry’s famous faces, they may not know the harsh realities of life on, and off, the runway. “There’s this misperception that models are making millions of dollars,” said Ziff. “What people don’t realize is that models are often working for free.” Ziff said that many models are working to pay off debt to their agencies, or paying off expensive flights and visas “I have girlfriends who are 15 years old that are thrown into all kinds of situations,” said B. “They’re being given drugs; [The Model Alliance] is definitely needed.” Like many aspiring models, B. moved to New York on

required for work. On top of that debt, Ziff added, the models are often paid only in clothes. “You can’t pay your rent with a tank top,” Ziff said. The Model Alliance will host its debut reception on Monday at the Standard Hotel. Interested models can join the Alliance for $50, Ziff said, but no model in need of aid will be turned away. EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN emily.epstein@metro.us

her own as a teenager from San Francisco. “It was really hard. I couldn’t talk to anyone about what I was going through,” said B. “A lot of these girls are alone and scared, and no one is looking out for them.”

BRONX. Two men were injured, one seriously, yesterday when they were hit by a shopping cart that fell 30 feet after it was pushed from an elevated parking garage near a Home Depot by Yankee Stadium. The suspect who pushed the cart is still at large. METRO/CB

A young start The Model Alliance surveyed nearly 100 working fashion models based in New York and Los Angeles and found the following statistics on the age that models begin work:

37.3% 17-20

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Pressured into sex Nearly 30 percent of models have experienced inappropriate touching on the job, a Model Alliance survey found. More specifically, 28 percent said they were pressured to have sex with someone at work.


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of grisly deaths on the city subway system last week, wherein three people were hit and killed by trains, subway conductors are being asked by their union to take “extra care” when pulling trains into stations, according to the New York Daily News. The Transit Workers Union Local 100 is reportedly

drafting flyers asking conductors to slow down to prevent more injuries. However, some argue the real goal is a jab at MTA/TWU contract negotiations, which have reached a standstill. Under state law, it is illegal for public transit workers to plan a strike or a work slowdown. Union heads deny the suggestion. METRO/EAE

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MTA riders agree it’s gotten worse More than 60 percent say commute quality has deteriorated since 2009 Group blames overcrowding

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More than half of 700 riders surveyed said their subway commute has gotten worse.

Ridership on the New York City subway system has increased 30 percent since 1998. But the happiness of straphangers hasn’t kept pace, a new report released yesterday found. Transportation Alternatives, a rider advocacy group, surveyed subway and bus riders on the quality of their public travel experiences over the past three years. According to the survey, participants were asked the question, “Since 2009, has your commute on the NYC subway or bus gotten better or worse?” Of nearly 700 respondents, a whopping 61 percent said their commute had worsened since 2009, while just 13 percent said it got better. “This survey confirms what every bus and subway rider in this city knows,” said Paul Steely White, director of Transportation Alternatives. “After

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NEW YORK. While Transportation Alternatives blasted the MTA, it also singled out state officials for “stealing” dedicated transit funds. “Beyond the frustration of a longer commute and higher fares, these results should be a wake-up call to our leaders in state govern-

years of declining transit funding from Albany and the resulting service cuts, our commutes have gotten worse.” White cited higher fares, longer wait times and overcrowded trains as all contributing to the lower-quality experiences. He said riders haven’t forgotten how service cuts the MTA enacted in 2010 cost them two subway lines, 36 bus routes and 570 bus stops. Gene Russianoff, director of the New York City Straphangers’ Campaign, said he wasn’t surprised by the survey results. “There have been two fare hikes and the worst service cuts in a generation,” Russianoff said. “New Yorkers hate paying more for less.” The MTA declined to comment on the survey. EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN emily.epstein@metro.us

ment,” said Paul Steely White of Transportation Alternatives. “They can fund transit and make a positive impact on millions of people, or they can continue to defund the system and contribute to their struggle.” For three consecutive budgets since 2009, state elected officials took $260 million from dedicated transit money and used the revenue to fund other projects, said White. METRO/EAE





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Accused of neglecting pooch BROOKLYN. Dora, a shih tzu,

was just 6.55 pounds and within inches of her life when ASPCA Humane Law Enforcement agents found her at the Brooklyn home of her owner on Dec. 17, 2010, ASPCA agents announced yesterday. Someone had reported the emaciated dog to the ASPCA and owner Nicole

Dennis, 32, was arrested and charged with animal cruelty. Dennis could face up to a year in jail and a $1,000 fine if convicted. Dora, badly dehydrated and skeletal, was immediately placed on intravenous fluids and now weighs a healthy 9.2 pounds. She will eventually be placed up for adoption. CASSANDRA GARRISON

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“You don’t have to hit, beat or kick an animal to be cruel to him or her.” HOWARD LAWRENCE, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS OF THE ASPCA’S HUMANE LAW ENFORCEMENT

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Mayor blamed for lack of 9/11 funds Council members amped up pressure on Mayor Michael Bloomberg yesterday to do more to accelerate research about a possible 9/11

cancer link. Last year, a report released by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health found there was not enough evidence to determine the inhalation of World Trade Center dust caused cancer. The city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is currently conducting its own cancer study, but Dr. Carolyn Greene from the department testified at a Council hearing yesterday that the city needs more resources to conduct its research. Manhattan Councilman Fernando Cabrera blamed the lack of funding squarely on Bloomberg. “I agree with you, you should receive this funding and that’s the job of the mayor,” said Cabrera. “The mayor had 10 years to be able to get enough funding.” Bronx Councilman Oliver Koppell agreed, saying the mayor should be fighting harder to get cancer included as one of the health conditions

Not on the list The administrator of the World Trade Center Health program, Dr. John Howard, determined in July there was not sufficient evidence for cancer to be added to a list of covered medical conditions, even though many particulates from the fallen towers are carcinogens.

covered under the Zadroga Act. “The mayor’s the head of the city administration. I understand that it’s not the city’s decision but the city could recommend it,” Koppell said. “The city has always ... supported Zadroga, which requires the federal government to review health studies ... to determine if there was a link between 9/11 work and cancer,” said Bloomberg spokeswoman Samantha Levine. STEPHANIE VIDGEN letters@metro.us

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The MTA released its first-ever map depicting scheduled overnight service yesterday. The map reflects how the subway runs from midnight to 6 a.m., when three subway lines are suspended (B, C and Z) and six express trains run local. Don’t expect to see this map up in the system, however. The MTA only printed 25,000 copies and they are being given away, free of charge, at the Transit Museum. METRO/EAE


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Mother charged with abandoning daughters A Canarsie mom was charged by police yesterday with abandoning her two toddler girls on the sidewalk Sunday. Dalisha Adams, 26, was charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child after she allegedly dumped her daughters, Diani, 3, and Dominae, 2, out in the cold on Sunday afternoon. Police found the girls wandering the streets of Canarsie. According to a report in the New York Daily News, they were left in their winter coats, holding disposable diapers. The sisters were only able to tell reporters and police, "Mommy just left us on the sidewalk and drove away." Cops said the girls only knew that their mother was named Dalisha and drove a white car. Neighbors of Adams told

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“One day, I heard her curse out the little baby, ‘I’ll punch you in the f— face.’” A NEIGHBOR OF DALISHA ADAMS TOLD THE DAILY NEWS

the Daily News they often heard her screaming at the little girls. Police found the Adams sisters in front of the Bay View Houses, a mile and a half from the Breukelen Houses, where their mother lives. In order to identify the girls, police went door to door hoping to find their home. Cops busted down Adams' door at 10 p.m. on Sunday, but she was nowhere to be found. She turned herself in to the 69th Precinct later that night, at 11:30 p.m. “I was shocked,” Diquale Ranger, 17, the girls’ uncle, told the News of Adams’ arrest. Ranger said the girls’ grandmother will be seeking custody of the kids. EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN emily.epstein@metro.us

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Florida is voting today and you know what that means: Broken hips and highway pileups. (‘Cause they’re old!) Of course, it also augurs more ominous tidings: A cornucopia of news articles — citing a vast array of polls, surveys and insider guesses — attempting to bypass the vote and just tell us who will be walking away from Florida a winner. This is ours. Despite Gingrich’s surge in South Carolina, most polls have since shown Romney with a leg up in the Sunshine State, though just how high that leg goes has been highly volatile. Some pollsters have him way up — a 20-point advantage in

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one, 19 points in another — but others (one by InsiderAdvantage, for instance) put the gap in the mere single digits. We’re sticking with our predictable prediction that Romney will win — though don’t let this affect your vote, Florida readers! — based on the numbers and also because we don’t think Gingrich, with his narrative of onerous marital infidelities, can pull the state. (‘Cause they’re old! You know, the “chinos-wearing set�, as one GQ campaign reporter put it.) But don’t count your chickens just yet, America. Anything goes, and evidence suggests that Gingrich will stay in the race long after pandering to the Space Coast subsides. Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages.

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Obama enjoying ‘The Big Game’ This cover for the Feb. 6 issue of The New Yorker magazine depicts President Barack Obama enjoying the electoral wrassling of Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.

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Could another Republican join the race to face Obama? GETTY IMAGES

Is it too late for another Republican to jump into the 2012 U.S. presidential race? Mitt Romney is riding high in Florida and threatening to take charge of the Republican nomination with a win in Tuesday’s primary there. But even as some party conservatives appear to be coming around to supporting him, many are concerned that the bitter fight between Romney and Newt Gingrich has damaged both of them to the extent that neither would be able to defeat President Obama in the Nov. 6 election. Grassroots conservative activists are worried that Gingrich’s attacks on Romney’s business background have given Democrats a big hammer to use against the former Massachusetts governor this fall. Meanwhile, mainstream Republicans think Romney is

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than the corner pastry shop. The Romney-Gingrich battle has left many Americans in a sour mood about the Repub-

lican contenders. So is there a chance that a popular Republican might come to the rescue and snatch

the presidential nomination? Analysts say there is still a sliver of time for another Republican candidate to jump into the race. This year’s campaign calendar is loaded with spring contests, meaning a Republican could enter the race in early February and still compete directly in states with at least 1,200 of the 2,282 or so Republican delegates, according to the University of Virginia Center for Politics. REUTERS

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Leonard Gallo of the East Haven Police Department abruptly resigned yesterday amid a racial profiling scandal in which four officers were arrested and the mayor’s clumsy handling of the case enraged Latino advocates nationwide. The officers were charged with harassing and using excessive force against Latinos. His resignation comes a week after the federal indictment was unveiled. Last week, Maturo, in response to a reporter’s question about what he would do for Latinos, quipped, “I might have tacos.” Although the mayor later apologized, angered Latino advocates sent a mountain of 500 tacos to Town Hall the next day to draw a spotlight to what was variously viewed as ineptness, racism or some combination of the two. A deputy chief was appointed to temporarily lead the department. REUTERS

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Holocaust drama recreates dark tale of survival in the Polish sewers during WW2 Krystyna Chiger’s memoirs now Oscar-nominated movie Metro Q&A In 1943, a group of Polish Jews daringly sought refuge in the sewer system of Nazi-occupied city Lvov. Krystyna Chiger, then 8 years old, was one of them. Her survival story has been transformed in “In Darkness”, nominated at next month’s Oscars. As the world marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, Metro speaks with Krystyna about her harrowing past. You were only 8 when you were hiding from the Germans in the sewers for 14 months. What was the worst? Stink? Danger of death by drowning? Rats?

It is very difficult to differentiate. All of the above were the worst I have ever experienced.

You wrote down your childhood memories in “The Girl in the Green Sweater.” What happened to this sweater?

My green sweater was with me for many years. Eventually I decided to donate it to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. You write about the Pole who helped you survive in the gutters. Do you think this quashes the belief Poles were anti-Semitic?

The answer is no. Leopold Socha was unfortunately one of not too many Polish individuals who put his and his family life in great danger. ... Every year on the day of remembrance, I light the candle and say a prayer for his soul. In recognition for his commitment, his name is displayed among the

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Not too many human beings could stand the terrible environment the sewers could offer; Socha was unable to take care of more than a few and it was his and his two friends’ choice.

Those who could not stand the unbearable conditions went outside and were murdered by Nazis. Some others drowned in the sewers. How was it watching [director] Agnieszka Holland’s film “In Darkness,” which tells the story of your survival?

Remembering those days is very painful, and I don’t like to go back to those memories. But I am forcing myself to talk about it because I fully understand that the history may repeat itself. And so, for the future generation, I do talk and write about it so it will not be forgotten. Agnieszka’s film is so realistic that I shivered and cried for its entire viewing. ANNA FIC-SZANIAWSKA METRO WORLD NEWS IN POLAND

“In Darkness” is a Holocaust drama about a group of Polish Jews that sought refuge from the Nazis in a city’s sewer system. Krystyna Chiger, 76, one of the survivors, is still alive. Her newly published account of her experience, “The Girl in the Green Sweater,” has become a best-seller in Poland.

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Metro’s Monica Weymouth shares her take on the world of gossip

@ericstonestreet I think what would surprise most people at award show parties is the sheer amount of farting I’m doing while talking to famous people. @SandraBernhard by the way i am not one of those performers who threaten to leave the country if the wrong pres gets elected i’m stayin cause i love it here @MelanieGriffith @mrskutcher thinking of you and sending love and support. Can I do anything for you? Xoxo @AlbertBrooks If only a machine could combine all four republican candidates together then one giant man could lose to Obama.

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the Elisabetta Canalis/Steve-O rumors a couple weeks ago, but we were willing to ignore them. After all, what would George Clooney’s recent ex want with one of the “Jackass” guys? As it turns out, dating him. In a video from TMZ, the “Dancing with the Stars” contestants are caught leaving a salon together in L.A. before escaping to Steve-O’s car. Not only is she dating Steve-O, she is demurely declining to comment in paparazzi central — the B-team Hollywood equivalent of moving to a good school district and buying a minivan. Thing is, Steve-O doesn’t look too bad these days. He’s no longer putting fishing hooks through his cheek and jumping into shark-infested waters — this happened, and we all share some blame — and has sobered up. He’s a vegan, and judging from his anti-fur ad for PETA, has a pretty cute vegan butt. Wait — what would Steve-O want with a Clooney ex?

Talking points Katy Perry playing it low-key Katy Perry made her first red carpet appearance — at a charity event in Las Vegas — since her split from Russell Brand, according to People magazine. Hair dyed blue, Perry kept pretty quiet, according to sources at the event. “She was really tame,” a

Well said, Kim It’s been awhile since we agreed with something Kim Kardashian said. And so we present selected quotes from Sunday’s season finale of “Kourtney and Kim Take New York” — which we’ve freed from infuriatingly

Diva fail! Elton John’s ongoing media fight with Madonna continues. During a “Good Morning America” interview yesterday, he was asked what advice he had for her Super Bowl halftime performance. “Make sure you lip sync good,” he responded.

On so many levels, this doesn’t make sense.

source says. “She was really just drinking a few drinks and chilling with her friends.” Perry had been out of the country recently, performing shows in Indonesia and the Philippines.

Watch your back, Stacy Keibler Mary Tyler Moore was excited to pick up her lifetime achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild this past weekend, but she was even more eager for another chance to rub elbows with a spe-

cific A-lister, according to People magazine. “I met George Clooney in a very small elevator, and he came over and he put his arms around me,” the actress remembers. “I think he said something like, ‘I love you.’ It was maybe two years ago. I am going to seek him out tonight.”

The Jolie-Pitts aren’t listening Brad Pitt admits that he and Angelina Jolie have had to put some interesting parental

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mindless dribble about “fairy tales” and “growth experiences.” Take it away, Kim! “Sometimes I feel so dead inside.” “[I] wasted everyone’s time and everyone’s money — everyone’s everything.” “I failed at this.”

A good one, for sure. But it would have been a little sharper if he wasn’t promoting a Pepsi Super Bowl commercial — that would be commercial, not halftime show — that he stars in with some “X Factor” contestant. Moments like these, Sir Elton, are what Madonna eats for breakfast.

controls on their children’s Web activity. For instance, the JoliePitt kids can’t Google their famous parents. “On all the kids’ computers we had our names blocked,” Pitt tells Germany’s Bild. “They can’t Google their mom and dad. I don’t want to make myself dependent on what other people think.” And Pitt is hoping he and Jolie can lead by example, as they’re not very interested in checking up on what folks online are saying either. “We don’t even notice all the noise,” he says.


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‘The Help’ cleans up at SAG Awards Film Award Winners Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture: “The Help” Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role: Jean Dujardin for “The Artist” Steve Buscemi

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Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role: Viola Davis for “The Help” Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role: Christopher Plummer for “Beginners” Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role: Octavia Spencer for “The Help”

The cast of “Modern Family”

TV Award Winners Best Cast in a TV Drama: “Boardwalk Empire” Best Male Actor in a TV Drama: Steve Buscemi for “Boardwalk Empire” Best Female Actor in a TV Drama: Jessica Lange for “American Horror Story” Best Male Actor in a Miniseries or TV movie: Paul Giamatti for “Too Big to Fail” Best Female Actor in a Miniseries or a TV movie: Kate Winslet for “Mildred Pierce” Best Cast in a TV Comedy: “Modern Family”

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TV watch list ‘Key & Peele’

‘Glee’

COMEDY. Former “MADtv” cast

COMEDY. The kids are gearing

members Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele headline their own sketch comedy series, bringing viewers smart — and very funny — videos like their already-viral “Obama’s Anger Translator.” Series premiere, 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central

up for Regionals once again, so they take some inspiration from the songs of Michael Jackson. 8 p.m., Fox

‘Tosh.0’ COMEDY. Host Daniel Tosh ex-

tends the 15 minutes of pukers, daredevils and all-around idiots who record themselves doing (hilariously)

Keegan-Michael Key, left, and Jordan Peele headline the new sketch comedy series “Key & Peele.”

What it takes to be a North Korean man

inappropriate things and post them to the Web. Season premiere, 10 p.m., Comedy Central

Adam Johnson depicts trying to become your own person within a totalitarian regime in his harrowing new novel ‘The Orphan Master’s Son’ How North Koreans exist as secondary characters in a national narrative

‘Raising Hope’ COMEDY. Gambling can be problematic when people not as dysfunctional as the Chances press their luck. So the ante is upped when the whole clan goes into a betting frenzy after Burt tries to win back everything he gambled away 20 years ago. 9:30 p.m., Fox AMBER RAY

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f you are unlucky enough to live in North Korea, your motivations and desires don’t matter. You are told who you are to be and if you resist, you will be sent to a labor camp where you will do hard labor until you die an early death. The state issues your clothing and shoes and ration cards. Thanks to government censorship and its propaganda machine, everyone reads the same media and prescribes to the same philosophy: Working towards the common good. It’s this lack of individuality in the face of such brutality that was attractive to writer Adam Johnson. So much so he set his new novel, “The Orphan Master’s Son,” within the totalitarian regime. Johnson tells us that it wasn’t the mystery nor the creepiness of North Korea that won him over (although that was certainly tempting for a

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writer) — it was the idea of what it means to be a character in your own life when you have no say in who you are. He clarifies: “Here in the West, you are the main person in the story of your life — everyone else is a secondary character. We have motivations and desires and, in the end, we change and grow and

gain wisdom in some way,” says Johnson. “In North Korea, there is one central character — the Dear Leader — and 23 million secondary characters. Everyone is constricted to be an unwilling participant in a national narrative they have no control over.” Despite having no free will, Johnsons’ lead character, Pak Jun Do, is able to endure and thrive and create his own destiny. With a touch of magical realism, Johnson’s Pak Jun Do undergoes some unbelievable situations. But, then again, North Korea is an unbelievable place. “How do people inhabit themselves in a world that is so circumscribed?” Johnston asks rhetorically. “How do you become an individual? Those are questions I’m fascinated with.” DOROTHY ROBINSON

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f you’re expecting, secondhand baby gear can save you a bundle. But it’s not always smart to skimp, explains Nychelle Fleming, spokesperson for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Many products from only a couple of years ago don’t meet current safety standards. Fleming recommends buying, not borrowing, the following items and checking www.cpsc.gov to ensure that any other gear you’re given has not been recalled. Cribs: Drop-side cribs can no

longer be sold, and a newer, safer generation of cribs is now on the market. Even if an older crib looks safe, it may not have been tested with the most recent safety standards or could have loose or missing hardware, creating gaps that could trap a child. Baby walkers: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends against using baby walkers altogether, as they

Make sure you buckle your baby into a brand-new car seat.

can actually delay walking. If you do choose to use one, stick to new models. Older walkers may not have features that can prevent the product from rolling down stairs, which is the biggest risk. Car seats: A used car seat that

isn’t up to safety standards or is missing parts may not protect your child in a crash, and there’s no way to be sure that the seat wasn’t involved in a previous accident — something that may have led to invisible damage.

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hen it comes to Super Bowl snacks this Sunday, you can take Food Network star Sandra Lee’s concept of “Semi-Homemade” to a whole new level. How? With fast food that is specially tweaked to score major touchdowns with your guests. Yep, we’re talking KFC and Dunkin’ Donuts, but with your own unique additions. Allison Beck, editor at www.thedailymeal.com, set about finding last-minute party fixes that take simple, inexpensive take-out to the next level with some minor enhancements you probably already have in your pantry. As Beck says, “We’re busy people and you’ve got to find shortcuts.” Read on for a few of Beck’s ingenious ideas. HEIDI PATALANO

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Cut this pizza into bite-sized pieces, top with some arugula and a dash of truffle oil for a special game time snack.

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Sticky rice lifesaver: When making burritos or chili, get Chinese takeout white rice to accompany the dish. It’s inexpensive and cooked perfectly. No one will be the wiser.

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KFC’s Grilled Chicken: Get a bucket of grilled chicken, coat it with sauce (hot, BBQ or otherwise), get some buns, lettuce and tomato — and voila! A sammie that’s sure to please.

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Dress up your plain-jane pizza: Add fresh arugula and maybe even some truffle oil to your local delivery pizza. Cut the slices into bite-sized pieces for classy apps.

4 Make this White Castle slider your own with spicy ketchup or horseradish garnish.

Dunkin’ Donuts desserts: Want some instant profiteroles? Get some doughnut holes, slice them in half, add some ice cream and boom! You’ve got a whole lot of

Takeout rice is always better than instant.

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Go to White Castle: Or really any burger joint, but White Castle specializes in the 30-pack that’ll easily double for your own party’s sliders. Garnish them with a tomato chutney, horseradish or a special cheese to kick it up a notch in the flavor department.


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Game on: It’s Puppy Bowl time Animal Planet’s annual match is this weekend Ref Dan Schachner on why he has the best job in the world During Puppy Bowl VIII, 58 puppies will stumble over their oversize paws while, ideally, making it into the end zone with a chew toy. They might just tumble around mid-field. Making cute little puppy faces at the puppy cam is also an option. It doesn’t really matter — everyone wins here. We checked in with ref Dan Schachner before the big game to talk puppy strategy — and figure out how to steal his job.

All Puppy Bowl participants — including the halftime kittens and hamster blimp pilots — are available for adoption on Petfinder.com. New York all-stars include 10-week-old rat terriers from Tails of Love rescue and Aberdeen, a 10week-old Australian Shepherd mix from the Sullivan County SPCA.

penalties. I have the flag in my pocket and I’m not afraid to use it. How do you break up puppy fights?

We have a term called “pancaking” — when you flatten like a pancake — and that’s a reason to give the puppies a little break. Which dogs are the most athletic?

The shih tzus are cute, but the more robust breeds are the ones that are going to score. Surprisingly, the dachshunds are great running backs. They seem kind of quiet and baffled at first, but when they get that chew toy they score.

What are your responsibilities as ref?

I’m there mostly to call puppy touchdowns — which happen very frequently, the rules are pretty loose — and puppy

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Be honest: Does cuteness help when it comes to calls?

Cuteness doesn’t affect me one way or the other. But what I do have to turn a blind eye to are the puppy fouls — the premature watering of the lawn. We have to let some of those go or we’d never get on with the game. That said, if there’s a really big foul left in the middle of the field, that will result in at least a 10-15 yard penalty. MONICA WEYMOUTH

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Trini Cherry Shandy 1½ oz. Denizen Rum ½ oz. St. Germain Elderflower ½ oz. Lemon Juice 1 tsp. Maraschino Liqueur Cherry Lambic Hefeweizen Pour all ingredients, except beer, into a mixing tin. Add ice and shake. Strain into a tall glass and top with equal parts Cherry Lambic and Hefeweizen. Garnish with a lemon wedge.

Dutch Air Mail 2 oz. Denizen Rum ½ oz. honey syrup* ½ oz. lime juice Dutch lager beer (Heineken or similar) Splash of pink grapefruit juice Pour all ingredients, except beer, into mixing tin. Add ice and shake. Strain into a tall

glass and top with beer. Garnish with a grapefruit peel over the glass. (*Cut 2 tbsp. honey with 1 tbsp. hot water and stir or shake.)

Bombs Away 1 oz. Captain Morgan ½ oz. TY KU Sake Black ¼ oz. TY KU Citrus Liqueur ½ oz. simple syrup 4 oz. Hoegaarden Pour beer into a pint glass. In a separate double shot glass, combine the rest of the ingredients and serve separately. To drink, drop shot glass in beer and drink together. Want to turn your drink into a game? Take a sip whenever a team scores or whenever a quarterback throws a bomb and it’s caught. Bombs METRO

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Halftime is of the essence As Madonna prepares to entertain however many billion people will tune into the Super Bowl, we look at the most notable performances of the past 20 years

Though this is the 46th Super Bowl, programmers have only been bringing big-name acts in for the halftime show since about 1991, when New Kids on the Block sang “Step by Step.� Before that, the entertainment was mostly marching bands from the state where the teams were playing or performers who didn’t exactly reflect the tastes of the masses, like Carol Channing. We re-watched the halftime shows and picked our five favorites.

5. Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake, 2004

1. U2, 2002 It was fewer than five months since the attacks of 9/11, and this three-song set from Dublin’s finest did a heroic job of honoring those who died that day and saluting the country that U2 has always wished they were from, as Bono revealed an American flag close to his heart. Criticize Bono all you want for pandering, but even now it’s hard not to get

2. Prince, 2007

3. Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, 2009 misty as the names of 9/11 victims scroll down a huge screen as U2 plays “MLK� and “Where the Streets Have No Name.�

performed a medley of seven songs, only three of which were his. He touched upon others by Queen, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bob Dylan and the Foo Fighters. But since he is Prince, he obviously made all of these tunes his own.

His royal purpleness has always been known for his stadiumsized ego, but what made this performance unique is that despite performing on a stage shaped like the symbol that once served as his name, the dude

To condense a Springsteen concert experience into 13 minutes sounds almost as preposterous as trying to fit the complete works of Shakespeare onto a Bazooka Joe comic. But the Boss was able to fill a four-song suite with whole lot of hokey fun, including a gospel choir, a flagthrowing ref, a knee-slide across the stage, some micstand gymnastics and the return to the stage of Big Man Clarence Clemons, who had just had both knees replaced only a few months previously.

4. Michael Jackson, 1993 Billed as “an unprecedented Super Bowl spectacular,� this show by the King of Pop was reportedly one of the most watched in TV history and would change the way networks programmed halftime. This was MJ just months before he was accused of sexually abusing children. It’s eerie now to hear him say, “no one should have to suffer, especially our children,� but the performance itself was touching (not the bad kind) as he sang “Heal the World,� and the crowd held up placards to form drawings by kids.

Call it “Nipplegate� if you must, but we always preferred “Super Boob Sunday.� Watching this performance by Michael’s little sister, it’s amazing how the phrase “wardrobe malfunction� became the 00’s version of “I didn’t inhale.� Seriously, we were supposed to believe that Janet just happened to be wearing a metal sunburst around her areola? Regardless of how planned or unplanned the “bet I’ll have you nekkid by the end of this song� ending was, the duet with JT on “Rock Your Body� definitely still holds up eight(!) years later.

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Where to watch the Super Bowl

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And more importantly, where to eat and drink during the big game Bars and restaurants around the city unveil special menus in support of Big Blue Don’t worry, Pats fans — we have you covered, too

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s Eli Manning and Tom Brady go head-to-head, all you have to do is kick back with an icecold beer and some good gameday grub. Whether you’re a diehard football fan or just in it for the fun, here are our suggestions on places to watch the Super Bowl.

buckets ($30)? As the game goes on and you get hungrier, feast on Eli Manwich Sloppy Joes ($10 for two). 1448 Second Ave. 212-988-9982 www.e2hospitality.com

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Go Burger is not playing favorites. They know it’s anyone’s game, so they’re prepared with two special burgers, the Big Blue Burger ($14) and the Brady Bunch Burgah ($14). Diners will enjoy a free beer or cocktail if they order a burger from the team that’s winning

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Village Pourhouse Various locations www.villagepourhouse.com

Looking for a classic sports bar atmosphere? Go Blue or go home at one of the many Village Pourhouse locations for $12 Bud Light pitchers, $15 Big Blue Moon pitchers, $25 Bud Light buckets and $5 Go Blue shots.

Duke’s 560 Third Ave. 212-949-5400 www.dukesnyc.com

As if Duke’s 27 televisions weren’t enough to lure football fans, they’ve also added craft beers to their menu. In addition to providing ultimate game day grub like pulled pork and mac n cheese, Duke’s will be serving their award-wining wings. Servers will be wearing jerseys while the managers will be cheering on megaphones and handing out shots.

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Satisfy your sweet tooth William Greenberg Desserts 100 Madison Ave. 212-744-0304 www.wmgreenberg desserts.com It’s just not a party without some dessert, right? Support the Giants with the Blue & White cookie, a twist on the classic Black & White. William Greenberg Desserts, whose Black & White was voted best in the city by New York magazine, made the special treat in support of Big Blue and are ready to ship nationally.

For $60 at this Upper East Side joint, enjoy an open bar from kickoff until the end of the game. Don your favorite Giants gear and for a free Big Blue shot. Every time the Giants score, you and your friends will get another free Big Blue shot.

Hudson Terrace 621 W. 46th St. 212-315-9400 www.hudsonterracenyc.com

Rowdy sports bars not really your thing? Want something more than just a Bud Light? For $60, enjoy a buffet of appetizers and complimentary cocktails or beer. For $120, feel like a true Super Bowl champ with open bar access from 6 p.m. until the game ends. Tickets can be purchased at www. iadventure.com. MARY ANN GEORGANTOPOULOS


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Are the Democrats as corrupt as GOP? RE: “LIBERAL BAGGAGE CARRIES MORE WEIGHT”: Did John San-

genario just bash liberals for being socialists and also for having a “greed is good” attitude? (In other words, for seeking to both redistribute and aggregate wealth?!) Does he know what any of these terms mean? Does he know how capitalism works? Or is he just making this stuff up as he goes? MARY SMITH, VIA E-MAIL Perhaps Mr. Sangenario could name some names within the Democratic Party caucus who are as corrupt and crooked as Tom De Lay, David Vitter, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. At the very least he might identify some policies he considers to be “communist ideology.” But then I’m presuming his letter was serious in the first

place. In semirelated news, a story emerged over the weekend of the Kansas House Speaker refering to President Obama by invoking a little-known verse from the Bible, Psalm 109:8, which includes the line “May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.” Has our public discourse fallen so far that officeholders can now publically wish the president dead and nobody notices or cares? JOSEPH CONNELL, BROWNSVILLE

“If Obama was a portfolio manager he would be fired!” Why are the media and Democrats so obsessed with Mitt Romney’s investments and Bain Capital? He ran his business dealings legally and

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+ More Montana When to go Plan to visit during summer and early fall, when fishing and camping conditions are best. On average, temperatures will reach 80 degrees by day and drop to the 50s at night.

Try the local elk.

What to eat Montana may not seem like a culinary destination, but that’s changing quickly. A bounty of local produce and traditionally raised organic beef, lamb and elk are attracting top culinary talent. Chef Josh Drage of The Ranch at Rock Creek is one of the innovators of Montana’s modern rustic cuisine, dishing up bison short ribs with cilantro chutney and elk rib eye with flathead cherry demi-glace. Beer-lovers can sample suds from more than 20 microbreweries. Saddle up at a local bar and order a Kettle House Cold Smoke Scotch Ale or local favorite Moose Drool. For a treat, stop by Philipsburg’s Sweet Palace, the second largest candy store in the country.

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From horseback riding to fly fishing, a trip to Big Sky Country is all about variety Tuck into some local organic meat, produce and craft beers Where to stay The Ranch at Rock Creek (www.theranchatrockcreek .com) offers the best of Montana recreation by day and fine dining by night. Situated on 10 square miles of wilderness just north of the Pintler Mountains, the ranch offers fly fishing, horseback riding, hiking, sport shooting and archery, as well as a full-service

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spa. New to ranch life? The ranch provides your equipment, from footwear to fly reels.

Camping: Montana houses two spectacular national parks, Glacier and Yellowstone (of Old Faithful fame). Just stopping through? Try Glacier’s Going-to-the-Sun Road, a 50-mile drive through some of the park’s best scenery. Fly fishing: Montana is home to the world’s best fly fishing, in a network of sparkling rivers and creeks. Hire a guide to show you where the locals cast. Also, read Missoula native Norman Maclean’s “A River Runs Through It.” Ghost hunting: During a mining boom in the late 1800s, a number of small towns and mining camps were created in the western part of the state. Abandoned long ago, many of the ghost towns are preserved and are open for tours.

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Giants arrive in Indy Team in Super Bowl city, five days from game Media Day circus today The Giants set down in the home of Super Bowl XLVI just before 3 p.m. yesterday. The team is healthy. Most of the game plan is in place. Now they just have to wait five more days to play the game. The team immediately boarded buses to the hotel and spoke to the media soon after. “Once you get to Indianapolis your schedule is thrown off,” said quarterback Eli Manning yesterday afternoon. “I told the guys when we get [here], focus on getting into the game plan. The mindset is this is a business trip and get ready to play our best football.” The team won’t begin practicing until tomorrow, however. Super Bowl Media Day will take up all of today, and likely have very little to do with the actual game.

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that a license, serial # Pending, for Wine & Beer has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Wine & Beer at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 2568 86th St., Brooklyn, NY 11214. For on premise consumption. Mtskheta USA Inc. d/b/a Mtskheta CafĂŠ.

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that a license, serial # 1260358 for Wine, Beer & Liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Wine, Beer & Liquor in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at: 63-68 Austin St., Rego Park, NY 11374, for on-premises consumption. 6368 Restaurant Corp, LLC d/b/a Shalimar Diner.

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that a license, serial # PENDING for Wine, Beer & Liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Wine, Beer & Liquor in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at: Beeracuda, LLC d/b/a Long Island Grill, 200 Portion Road, Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779, for onpremises consumption.

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that a license, serial # Pending, for Wine & Beer has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Wine & Beer at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 31-46 Greenpoint Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101. For on premise consumption. Sparta Deli Restaurant Inc. d/b/a Sparta Deli.

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that a license, serial # 1260704, for Wine & Beer has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Wine & Beer at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 369 5th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215. For on premise consumption. Mura One Inc.

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that a license, serial # 1260707, for Liquor, Wine & Beer has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Liquor, Wine & Beer at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 135 Christopher St., New York, NY 10014. For on premise consumption. Amber 135 Inc.

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