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The annual revenue generated by the state’s nonprofit sector, which employs 16.7 percent of the work force, according to the State House News Service. Yesterday was the fourth annual Nonprofit Awareness Day at the State House, established in 2009 by Gov. Deval Patrick. METRO

Correction Due to a design error, Tuesday’s Metro gave the incorrect amount of funding that developers of the proposed resort casino would put toward improving local roads around Suffolk Downs in East Boston. The correct amount is $40 million. Metro regrets the error. METRO

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Charlestown sweep nets 20

Sentencing brings one chapter in Bulger saga to a close Despite heading to jail, Catherine Greig’s lawyer says she has no regrets, was in love with Bulger Victims’ families say they’re satisfied with sentence

BOSTON. A police sweep in and

around Charlestown yesterday morning netted 20 people accused of being involved in drug dealing and gang activity. Local police and federal agents seized “large levels” of heroin, crack cocaine, marijuana, cash and three guns, according to Boston police. Those arrested range in age from 17 to 69. Police Commissioner Ed Davis said the sweep, dubbed Operation Tourniquet, should send a message. METRO

Quincy woman poses as boy for sexual tryst

Greig is shown on the night of her capture, after 16 years on the lam with reputed mobster James “Whitey” Bulger.

QUINCY. A Quincy woman is ac-

cused of posing as a young boy in an effort to have sex with a young girl. Carissa Hads, 24, posed as a 17-year-old boy on a social networking site in 2010 and became involved in a relationship with a 15year-old girl in West Virginia, according to a federal complaint. During a meeting in Pennsylvania the teen girl said she was sexually assaulted by Hads and then the two had sex during a trip to West Virginia. However, the victim said “he” did not get undressed. GLOBE

Transit supporters march at State House BOSTON. Hundreds of public transit supporters rallied on the State House steps yesterday in advance of today’s MBTA bailout consideration. The rally was supported by bus and subway riders and workers from Boston, Fall River, New Bedford and Springfield. Participants said the House Bill offers an opportunity to stop disproportionate fare increases on riders. METRO

Greig’s notebook containing a list of home repair items was entered into evidence at her sentencing yesterday.

New roomie for Wilkerson? BOSTON. Former state Sen.

Dianne Wilkerson may get a new roommate. While it will ultimately be the decision of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Catherine Greig’s attorney said he believes she will be sent to a Connecticut prison. The federal facility in

Danbury, Conn., is the only women’s federal prison in New England and is also home to Wilkerson. She was sentenced on to 42 months for attempted extortion charges last year. Greig was held at a Rhode Island jail during her case hearings. METRO/MN

Catherine Greig is going to spend nearly eight years behind bars, but going to prison may not be the hardest part for the 61-year-old. Being apart from her boyfriend, alleged fugitive mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger, will prove to be difficult if she’s as in love with the 82year-old as her lawyer says. “She’s in love with the guy,” said Kevin Reddington, Greig’s defense attorney. “She does not regret living her life with him.” Part of Reddington’s defense of Greig has been that she was so in love with him that she fell victim to him. “The point is Catherine Greig fell in love with Mr. Bulger,” Reddington told Judge Douglas Woodlock during her sentencing hearing in federal court yesterday. Woodlock didn’t buy the reasoning and sentenced Greig to eight years in jail, a $150,000 fine and three years of supervised release. “I’m imposing a sentence for deliberate choices that were harmful to the community,” Woodlock said. “We are all responsible for what we do. We all make choices.” Greig showed no emotion as she was sentenced. U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Carmen Ortiz also did not buy Reddington’s argument. “Just because you love someone doesn’t mean that you get to break the law and then get away with it,” Ortiz said. “This was not a romantic saga. This was a serious case.”

Whitey’s next

James “Whitey” Bulger is the next target of the U.S. Attorney’s office.

“She absolutely stands by her man.” KEVIN REDDINGTON, SPEAKING ABOUT GREIG

Greig and Bulger were on the run for 16 years and dated before they fled from Boston when he was indicted. They fled across the country and eventually settled in an apartment in Santa Monica not far from the beach. While there, they took on other identities and lived like a retired couple. Prosecutors said she would run to the pharmacy to fill Bulger’s prescriptions and would cook for him. Prosecutors said agents recovered Greig’s notebook from the apartment shortly after the couple was arrested last year. One of the pages lists errands including “change sheets” and “vitamins.” Reddington said Greig doesn’t believe Bulger is guilty of the crimes he is accused of, which include being connected to 19 murders. He also said he thinks Greig thinks going to prison for living with Bulger was worth it. MICHAEL NAUGHTON

U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz said that prosecutors are now focused on being prepared for Bulger’s trial later this year. “Keeping our eye on the ball. We’re getting ready for trial. We’ve got a trial date in November and we’ve got another team getting ready to go,” she said. Bulger’s attorneys and prosecutors are due in court next week for a status conference. The 82-year-old is set to go to trial in November.



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Pages of a life on the run Prosecutors showed a few pages of what they said was Greig’s notebook:


One page contained an ad that was to be distributed about a “fluffy white cat” in Greig’s Santa Monica neighborhood. The headline read “cat lovers.” Greig is known to love animals.


Another page was a list of items to be purchased at Home Depot. It listed safety glasses and a hacksaw.


A final page was a to-do and shopping list. It included eye lubricant, vitamins and “change sheets.”

Steven Davis’ sister Debra Davis was allegedly killed by Bulger.

Victims’ families share ‘cruel’ words Family members of James “Whitey” Bulger’s alleged victims were given the chance to speak during Greig’s sentencing yesterday in what became an outpouring of emotion that was pent up for 16 years. “Catherine, you’re a dirty bitch,” said Steven Davis, whose sister Debra was allegedly killed by Bulger. Greig’s attorney had filed a request this week to bar the family members from speaking, claiming that they are not direct victims of Greig’s harboring or identity fraud crimes. However, Judge Douglas Woodlock said he considered the history involved in the case and used his discretion to allow them to speak. He also said “it’s

$150K Judge Woodlock ordered Greig to pay a $150,000 fine within 60 days as part of her sentence. the right thing.” He later called the families’ statements “cruel” and “reflecting vengeance.” “You’re a cold-hearted criminal,” said Tim Connors, whose father Edward was an alleged Bulger victim, “If I had a sister like you, I would have killed myself, too.” Conners was referencing Greig’s relative who committed suicide. Greig chose not to speak. METRO/MN

A troubled history BOSTON. The Bulger saga has been a stain on the history of many law enforcement agencies, particularly the Boston FBI office and the Department of Justice. Judge Woodlock said the case “illustrates how the criminal justice system simply broke down because insiders took control.” It was eventually revealed Bulger was an informant and was tipped off by a corrupt FBI agent before his indictment. U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz said the agencies have improved. METRO



T budget vote on agenda today Members of the House today are expected to vote on a bill that would nearly close a $51 million deficit in next year’s MBTA budget. The proposal looks at the potential sale of T-owned piers, parking lots and boats to the port authority within a year, while sweeping the state’s motor vehicle inspection trust fund of $51 million

“For too long, we have tried to apply a band-aid, but you can’t do reconstructive surgery with a first aid kit.” MAYOR THOMAS M. MENINO ON SHORT-TERM BUDGET FIXES

in surplus fees, according to the State House News Service. Officials say the vote is imperative, as the T is looking at a July 1 deadline to balance its budget without slashing more services, or hiking fares even more. As it is, a 23 percent fare hike is already scheduled for July 1. METRO

About Kane If he goes out drinking, it’s usually at the city’s smallest, darkest Irish dive bars Loves to hang out in Brighton and Allston Favorite restaurant is Tavern in the Square Sights set on breaking into the music industry



Southie bad boy keepin’ it ‘Real’ IAN SPANIER PHOTOGRAPHY

Kane, seated third from the left, is hoping to get his life on track by joining the cast of MTV’s “The Real World.”

Growing up South Bostonstyle can make you a little rough around the edges. At least that’s how it was for Brandon Kane, a Southie boy who hopes to get his life on track after a year of drug-fueled recklessness. The cure? Reality TV, of course. Kane, now a Quincy resident, has joined the cast of “The Real World: St. Thomas,” which premieres on Wednesday, June 27 on MTV. “It’s been one of my favorite shows for a really long time, and I just thought it’d be kind of cool to take myself out of my comfort zone a little and discover more about who I am.” Kane’s story will revolve around the turmoil he’s faced in life, and how he hopes to move forward from a devastating breakup. “It was really the first time in my life that I had anyone that ever really said ‘I love you,’ or showed that they cared. So letting go of that tormented me.” A rough patch followed, with Kane turning to drugs, picking fights in bad neighborhoods, and, as he puts it, “sleeping with anything that walked.” “I was just trying to fight her out of my system,” he said. With tattoos galore and gauged ears, it’s easy to won-

“I saw early on what people have to do to survive. I dealt with growing up on welfare, and not always having heat or hot water … not having a meal in your stomach. It teaches you to value the little things in life.” KANE

der whether Kane fits in with the other cast members. “I don’t,” he said. “But that is probably my favorite thing. You have seen some kids with tattoos in past seasons, but really you haven’t seen anything like me, and I’m proud of the fact that I stand out so much. It gives me an extra boost.” Kane’s personal style is derived from one of his favorite musicians, Travis Barker of Blink-182. “(Barker) and Tommy Lee have been my two biggest inspirations that I’ve based my style off of. They really helped me be OK with who I am, and my image; especially (Barker).” This season’s “Real World,” which is in its 27th year, follows Kane and six others.



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A former Penn State assistant football coach testified in the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse trial yesterday that he saw Sandusky naked in a campus locker room shower sexually molesting a young boy. “There was no way that his genitals were not right up against that young boy’s rear end,” Mike McQueary, one of the most anticipated witnesses in the trial of Penn State’s former football defensive coordinator, told the Pennsylvania jury of the 2001 incident. Earlier in the second day of testimony in the closely watched trial, a sobbing 18-yearold witness called by the prosecution told jurors that Sandusky had befriended him as a boy, took him to his house and began to sexually abuse him. The witness said he met Sandusky when he was about 10 or 11 years old through the Second Mile charity that Sandusky founded. He described

Prosecutors on Clemens trial: It’s about lies WASHINGTON. Federal prosecutors in the perjury trial of former pitching ace Roger Clemens urged jurors yesterday to use common sense and not to fall for the “entangled web of lies” he weaved to protect his reputation. Clemens, 49, is on trial for the second time on federal charges of lying in 2008 to the House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, which was investigating drug use in Major League Baseball. Prosecutors made closing arguments as jurors prepared to begin deliberations after nearly two months of testimony. “What is this case about?” Assistant U.S. Attorney Gilberto Guerrero asked. “This case is not about Roger Clemens’ greatness. It is about [him] lying ... to protect his legacy.” Clemens is among the biggest names implicated in drug use in baseball. REUTERS


“I didn’t know what to do. With all the thoughts running through my head I kind of blacked out, I didn’t want it to happen.” VICTIM 1 being sexually abused by Sandusky, including oral sex, adding, “I didn’t want it to happen.” Two witnesses in the trial

have described being sexually abused by Sandusky as boys, and six more alleged victims are due to testify. McQueary became the first bystander to tell jurors he saw Sandusky molesting a boy. McQueary, then a graduate assistant football coach, testified that he had gone to the Lasch Football Building on the Pennsylvania State University campus to drop off some shoes and do some work late on a Friday in February 2001. When he entered, he said, he heard “smacking sounds, very much skin-on-skin smacking sounds,” said McQueary. He said he could see, through the reflection in a mirror, the shower room. He told jurors he saw a naked young boy bracing himself against the shower wall. Sandusky, also naked, was behind him, holding the boy around the waist and moving against him, McQueary testified. REUTERS

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Farmville’s Zynga withers on Wall St. Nasdaq halted short-sales of Zynga Inc. yesterday as shares of the social gaming company plummeted 11.8 percent on increased concerns that the craze for games on Facebook has already passed its peak. The San Francisco-based producer of games such as “Farmville” and “Hidden Chronicles,” played by millions of Facebook users, is suffering as gamers switch to mobile phones for entertainment. Zynga plunged below $5 a share for the first time yesterday, reaching a low of $4.78. Nasdaq issued an alert shortly before 10 a.m. alerting traders that the stock had tripped a “circuit breaker” prohibiting short sales. The ban will be in effect through today. The sell-off came after an analyst at Cowen & Co. published a damaging report yesterday predicting that the


Zynga’s daily active users dropped 8.2 percent to 54.2 million in May, according to App Data that tracks apps on Facebook and mobile platforms.


Zynga has shed more than half its value — some $4 billion worth of capitalization — since its December IPO at $10 a share. But the stock remains at some 20 times forward earnings according to Thomson Reuters data, outshining old-line gaming firms.

market for games on Facebook was in an “accelerating user tailspin.” “We believe that interest in Facebook-based gaming may have reached a negative inflection point,” Cowen & Co. analyst Doug Creutz wrote, “as more casual gamers migrate to mobile platforms.” In December, Zynga took advantage of the enthusiasm for Facebook and interactive online games with an initial public offering that valued the company at $9 billion. Since then, Facebook’s messy IPO has dampened investors’ appetite for consumer Internet stocks. Yesterday’s trading disruption came less than a month after Nasdaq halted Zynga trading on May 18, when spooked investors dumped social Internet stock during Facebook’s glitchy IPO. REUTERS


Egypt’s Mubarak still looms large following ouster

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Russians protest against the alleged rigging of polls. KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Russians defy Putin in protest Tens of thousands of Russians marched through Moscow amid a stream of banners demanding President Vladimir Putin step down and challenging new laws designed to curb protest against his strongly centralized rule. Protesters chanting “Russia without Putin!” moved in pouring rain and packed a square in the first big opposition rally since Putin’s return to the Kremlin for a six-year term on May 7. REUTERS

ni Mubarak’s health has riveted Egyptians since he was sent to jail to serve a life sentence, a reminder that his legacy still hangs over the Arab world’s most populous nation days before a run-off election to choose his successor. The former president may have been pushed from power, yet many of his opponents worry that the institutions of state which kept him in office for 30 years are regrouping to reassert their grip after last year’s popular uprising. Some point to the deciding presidential vote on June 1617, when Egyptians face a stark choice between the candidate of the once-banned Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Mursi, and Ahmed Shafik, Mubarak’s last prime minister who was a top military officer like his exboss. REUTERS

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DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Missiles on rooftops, drought plans, fighter jets: London is prepared for the Olympics No other Games have ever had more extensive security plans HMS Ocean, the British Royal Navy’s largest battle ship, is a majestic sight. But during the Olympic Games, she won’t be stationed in the Thames just to entertain tourists. She’s there to fight off terrorists. “For terrorist groups like al Qaeda, London is a target in a way Beijing is not,” notes Margaret Gilmore, a counterterrorism expert at the Royal United Services Institute, a London think tank. “The authorities have sent the message that

they’re leaving no stone unturned and would even be willing to shoot down a plane.” The London Olympics feature the most extensive security arrangements any Olympic Games have ever seen. There are surface-to-air missiles in parks and on rooftops. Fighter jets on standby. Biological radiation detection systems. Security guards and 12,500 police officers will be patrolling the city, while 13,500 military personnel will detect bombs, patrol

airspace and guard the Thames. “We’ll have security guards in 90 locations, working on everything from crowd control to car searches,” says G4S Director Mark Hamilton. “We’ve spent the past 17 months developing our capability for the Games, and right now we’re training some 30,000 staff.” G4S is the London Games’ private security provider. “Olympic organizers imagine the worst-case scenario, including nuclear attacks,” ex-

plains Stephen Graham, a professor at Newcastle University and author of the new book “Cities Under Siege.” In addition to terrorists, the London organizers have to worry about domestic troublemakers. “In the United Kingdom of clockwork control and domestication, we’re some of the ‘unpatriotic ones’ who find the 2012 Olympics, with the ensuing spectacle of wealth, harmful developments and escalating police state, frankly offen-

The Iron Lady keeping tourists away: HMS Ocean will be on duty during the London Olympics.

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“The Olympics are like a bubble that has to be completely secure because it’s the world’s ultimate advertising tool.” STEPHEN GRAHAM, PROFESSOR, NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY

sive,” wrote Britain’s Informal Anarchist Federation in a statement, vowing to sabotage the Games. Olympics have always involved security precautions, but the big upgrade took place after 9/11. The 2004 Athens Games’ security arrangements cost 10 times as much as security for the Sydney Games in 2000. London’s security arrangements will cost the taxpayer $867 million, or $92,500 per athlete. “This has gotten out of control,” says Graham. “Fear has been exploited by security companies eager to sell their services. We’re spending money that we don’t have on this even as we’re shutting youth clubs for lack of money.” Indeed, community organizers are up in arms against the rooftop missiles. But Boris Johnson, London’s mayor, has an upbeat countermeasure: Inspired by Queen Elizabeth’s successful Jubilee, Johnson has announced that London will put up 638 square meters of building decorations.

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Londoners will be London ambassadors, assisting tourists in finding their way giving them tips about the best pubs and restaurants.

Q&A anaylsis

Shiites, al Qaeda, rioters We spoke with Leo Gleser, CEO of Israeli security firm ISDS, which worked on the 2004 Athens Olympics. What are the most important elements of Olympic security today?

The threat to London’s 2012 Olympic Games are primarily groups that have the capacity to launch cyber terror attacks. Among those behind these attacks are al Qaeda, Shiite organizations with backing from Iran, Muslims in London that join

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forces with outside groups, as well as local British citizens who might have been involved in London’s 2011 riots. What are the security arrangements that most visi- tors don’t notice?

The largest part of physical security arrangements is visible and functions as a deterrent. But other aspects of security aren’t visible. Visitors don’t notice intelligence-gathering, coordination of visas and permits, and activities abroad. Intelligence agencies are involved, which is something you don’t see as Gleser a visitor. MWN/EB

Visitors will easily be able spot the ambassadors, who sport bright pink uniforms. Working for free, dealing with hordes of tourists; what’s the upside? Volunteers can keep the uniforms.

Assorted other emergencies LONDON. Police also have

to be prepared for riots like the ones that caused havoc in London last summer. “Police will be responsible for keeping order, but they can ask the military for help,” explains Gilmore. “People will get angry when they realize that a scalper has sold them tickets that don’t work, and violence might break out. There’s also the prospect of drought: 9 million spectators need to be kept hydrated, so the security precautions include huge water stockpiles.” MWN/EB

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


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The feed ... Checking in with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to see what they’ve been up to — in their own words, in 140 characters or fewer. Today, Carrie Fisher needs a direction (any direction), Alec Baldwin has plans for himself, Rosie O’Donnell has a question and Conan O’Brien is wishful dieting. @CarrieFFisher: The only exercise I get is running aground. I’m so lost, I think everything I think is profound. Our lows are so low that our upsides are down. @alecbaldwin: I need to have work done. Implants, tucks, sucks, resections. Lotta work. @Rosie: I was 20 months old when JFK was killed - I remember watching the funeral on tv - is that even possible? @ConanOBrien: How many baby carrots offset five adult cupcakes?

Less than 24 hours before he was scheduled to host Monday night’s Bideawee Gala in New York City, former “Entourage” star Adrian Grenier canceled on the animal welfare charity. (While he declined to give an explanation to donors who paid up to $1,000 per ticket, suffice it to say we sincerely doubt it was a work commitment.) Fortunately, Howard Stern’s wife, Beth, stepped in — and naturally, Stern had something to say about it during his Tuesday morning broadcast. “A lot of celebrities agree to do something for a charity, and at the last minute they cancel, leaving the charity stranded,” Stern said. “I do lose respect for people when they do this. They always have a great excuse. I don’t know. Send out a tweet and say ‘I’m so sorry.’” Oh Adrian, we’re dying to know: How does it feel to be out-classed by Howard Stern?

In other celeb dog news Oprah and 50 Cent have pub-

licly feuded about, well, everything in the past. (We don’t

Talking points Lohan has some explaining to do Lindsay Lohan’s penchant for


lying could land her in jail again. After her accident last week — during which she totaled a rented Porsche — Lohan initially told police that she had been a passenger and her assistant had been driving, despite her assistant telling them the opposite, according to TMZ. Police are said to be

We’ve found our R-Patz in For the most part, Robert Pattinson seems to be a good sport about his “Twilight” mega-fame. But he’s not, apparently, a fan of the nickname the media has settled on, “R-Patz.” “When I got [the role in ‘Cosmopolis’], every single article that came out was, ‘RPatz’s struggle for credibility,’” the actor tells the Guardian. “I don’t understand who invented that thing, ‘R-Patz.’ I want to strangle them.” In that case, we’re totally taking credit for it.

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have the space here — just ask your grandmother what she doesn’t like about 50 Cent.) So when the two sat down for a chat Sunday night on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” there was plenty to catch up on. Oprah, for one, was curious as to why the rapper named his female dog after her. “At the time, I was just looking at the

situation, and I saw I was developing negative feelings for someone who doesn’t even know me, and I gave it to the dog,” explained 50 of his now beloved miniature schnauzer. You know, there’s something very zen about this. Next week, we’ll be introducing the Metro therapy goldfish, Kim and Kanye.

We read a lot of celebrity Twitter feeds around here. And while there’s the occasional winner — adopt us, Joan Rivers! — most are pecked out by soulless publicists between Diet Cokes and air kisses. That said, John Stamos’ is a gem, full of flirty gossip, starry-eyed Beach Boys worship and tipsy Instagram gold — think swashbuckling Uncle Jesse.

writing up a report that includes Lohan’s fabrication, which is in itself a crime and could trigger a probation violation for the actress in her shoplifting case.

other hand, Clooney has taken Keibler on trips to Mexico five times since they’ve been together. The couple returned from a trip to Cabo San Lucas just last week.

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Single Seacrest out?

George Clooney kicked off his

Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough have courted engage-

summer vacation early by taking girlfriend Stacy Keibler to his luxurious estate on Lake Como, Italy, according to Hollyscoop. Surprisingly, it’s the first time his girlfriend of 10 months has been to the infamous vacation home. On the

ment rumors in the past, but is a trip down the aisle really in their future? Julianne’s brother, Derek Hough, sure seems to think so. “Yeah of course,” Derek tells Hollyscoop. “Listen, if people are in love and they are happy

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then the next step is marriage, so why not?”

One Cyrus won’t be headed down aisle While Miley Cyrus is happily celebrating her engagement to Liam Hemsworth, things aren’t so sunny for her brother, musician Trace Cyrus. Trace and fiancee Brenda Strong have called off their engagement, according to People magazine. “Brenda and I have decided to go our separate ways,” Trace says. “I wish Brenda the best and much success in the future.”





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Bill Murray took a stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge on Monday for the Poets House’s 17th annual Poetry Walk.


At 44, Lisa Marie Presley still has some of her dad’s swagger. The singer performed Monday night in Philadelphia.


“Revenge” stars Madeleine Stowe, Josh Bowman and Emily VanCamp attended the Monte Carlo TV Festival yesterday.


Anne Hathaway was at designer Stella McCartney’s spring collection party in New York on Monday. And yet, the actress didn’t have the worst haircut there.




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The eldest son in a family of oil tycoons and ranchers, JR was the most ruthless (and possibly drunkest, and most womanizing) — to the point where his sister-in-law famously shot him. “How many people do you know working at 80? And doing a job that they love with the people he loves?” Hagman says when asked why he signed on to a “Dallas” reboot. “Oh, yeah, I’m a very lucky man.”

The youngest Ewing, a romantic married to a rival family’s daughter, was torn between the family’s oil interests and tending to the homestead of Southfork ranch. His “favorite son” status ignited the ire of JR, leading to the brothers’ feud. “What Cynthia [Cidre, head writer and co-executive producer] did in the script that we have now is she brought the [original] cast and the new cast, which are grown-up versions of the old cast, back to that start-

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room. It’s amazing to see [the original cast] and their characters come back to life. And to be a part of it, it’s very special.”

“It was like snapping your fingers, and we were Bobby and Sue Ellen and JR again with no interspersing time whatsoever in between.” PATRICK DUFFY, ON THE ORIGINAL CAST RETURNING TO THEIR ICONIC ROLES ON “DALLAS”

Christopher Ewing Played by Jesse Metcalfe The adopted son of Bobby and his first wife, Pam, Christopher is keenly aware that he is not a “real” Ewing, as John Ross likes to remind him. Christopher wants to restore the Ewing name by investing in alternative fuel technologies. “It’s like [the younger] characters are defined by who [the original characters] are and what they’ve already done in those last 14 seasons,” Metcalfe says. “We’re just kind of jumping off from that. Every bit of who Christopher is is part of Bobby, you know, and the same with [John Ross] and JR.”


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Played by Josh Henderson The son of JR and Sue Ellen Ewing, John Ross, like his dad, is determined to prove his worth as an oilman — even if it means destroying Southfork in the process. “The first scene that I had with Larry,” Henderson recalls, “he just looked at me, and literally, I don’t want to say … I almost peed my pants. I mean, the history, it electrified the

ing point of purity that made ‘Dallas’ what it was,” Duffy says. Of course, “Dallas” at its core was never very pure by most standards. Expect acts of hubris, nefarious power plays and a sex scene — all in the first episode.


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In “The Last Fall,� Lance Gross, right, plays a former NFL player who reconnects with his high school sweetheart (Nicole Beharie).

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his degree in radio and television production from the University of Akron, he moved to L.A. and started working on the sets of shows like “Heroes� and “Girlfriends� to learn the ropes. He soon jumped from the crew to the director’s chair and built a name making creative visuals for artists like Common and Jazmine Sullivan. The film has been received well on the festival circuit, but what about the guys in the NFL? “There’s been amazing feedback from NFL players,� says Cherry. “That was my biggest concern: ‘Would the players receive it?’ But it’s a real story, and it came from the bottom of my heart. ... More players go through [it] than I initially thought. Showing it at SXSW and in Atlanta, we have always had two or three players at every screening; guys from all levels. From superstars to guys who were similar to me, and they could relate to it.� G. VALENTINO BALL

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Reviews have been kind But fans have issues with the plot holes We take a look at what went wrong Fair warning: MAJOR spoilers 20TH CENTURY FOX


arning: MAJOR spoilers ahead. So, Ridley Scott’s longawaited “Prometheus” is finally here, and the results are … disappointing. While visually stunning, the story — about a group of scientists heading into space in search of humankind’s origins — is overly complicated and filled with holes. Since we’re always looking to be helpful, here’s what we’d do differently:

Make it scarier. Scott continually referred to “Prometheus” as a horror movie in the lead-up to its release, yet the finished product is surprisingly short on scares, save for one fantastic surgery scene. A lot of this might have to do with the fact that, for most of the film, it’s not really clear what the threat is — aside from some very powerful wind.

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Unless there’s a scene of a younger Peter Weyland (Guy Pierce) that was cut from the film — and maybe that TED talk viral video was originally supposed to be included — it seems unnecessary to cast Pierce in the role just to cover him up with unconvincing prosthetics. What, there weren’t any suitable actors over the age of 60 available?

Kill off characters a little more respectfully. At the start of the film, we’re told there are 17 people on the Prometheus, and at the end there’s just one. Maybe starting

Keep it subtle Try to get your information across a bit more elegantly. The film really falters for the first time when the ship’s pilot, Janek (Idris Elba), shows up with some very succinct information about what’s in those mysterious vases he hasn’t seen in person and why the “engineers” he’s never met built them. Regardless of whether he could actually know this, the least the film could do is offer some clue of how he came to such a firm conclusion.

off with fewer characters would’ve made it possible to avoid instances like Janek’s two co-pilots (Emun Elliott and Benedict Wong) deciding to go down with the ship — despite there being a viable escape — just because the story needed them to not be around anymore.

Take it to the next level. Forget the obvious sequel (a post-prequel?) that the film sets up with Dr. Shaw flying the alien ship off to meet her makers. Next, it would be awesome to have her and the severed head of the android David (Michael Fassbender) star as wacky roommates on a laugh track-filled CBS sitcom. NED EHRBAR METRO WORLD NEWS IN LOS ANGELES

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nce a year, the entire video game industry piles into a VW bus and heads to sunny Los Angeles for the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo. It is here, at this magical conference center, that CEO and booth babe alike gather to discuss the future of gaming. Here is Metro’s rundown of what the big console manufacturers hope you’ll one day be spending your money on.

Nintendo Mario’s extended family spent the bulk of the show talking up their next gen system, the Wii U. It’s launching in time for the holidays and purportedly has more horsepower than both the 360 and the PS3. The Wii U Gamepad is essentially an iPad, complete with motion control,


Ellen Page stars in Sony's new game, “Beyond.”

The E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo shows us what’s in store for gamers in the coming year touch-screen support, NFC capabilities and many more bells and whistles. The system also works with all of those Wii remotes you’ve had laying around since Christmas 2006. Launch titles include a new Mario sidescroller, “Pikmin 3,” a horror game called “Zombi U” and “Assassin’s Creed III.” Verdict: Interesting tech, but weak launch lineup.



Microsoft seemed hellbent on proving that the Xbox 360 is now as ubiquitous to the living room as a futon. They talked up new apps like Internet Explorer and Xbox Music. They talked up their new smartphone integration system, SmartGlass. They didn’t talk up games too much, though. We still managed to get pretty excited for “Halo 4” and another “Gears of War” sequel. We are easily excitable. Verdict: SmartGlass has potential, but we are not sure if developers will actually work to realize it.

Just like Microsoft, Sony stayed mum on their eventual next gen system. The company did lay out some fantastic PS3 titles, though. Coming down the pike? An apocalyptic adventure called “Last of Us” by the makers of the Uncharted series, the beautifully cinematic “Beyond” which stars Ellen Page and a “God of War” prequel. Verdict: Major exclusives coming for PS3, but Vita ended up short shrift. Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages.

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mann couldn’t be more clueless. He says Democrats want to force people to do things they wouldn’t ordinarily do. That’s the GOP in a nutshell. With no unions, do you think wages will go up out of the goodness of corporations hearts? Do you think the hours a person will have to work to pay off his bills and take care of his family will decrease? Health benefits? Go to the emergency room. Paid vacations? Be happy you still have a job. The banks have robbed our country and continue to do so with no executives being imprisoned — and Republicans blame hard-working union workers. Republicans should wear sponsorship

of the discussion over Republican Party loyalty is that both writers have their “facts straight.” Mr. Khoury recites the platform perfectly, while Mr. Connell’s description demonstrates how those policies have spelled disaster for America. This smoke screen has attracted many believers who claim we can solve our debt crisis simply by cutting taxes, even while fighting endless wars funded with borrowed money. The real tragedy is that there is no end

Stating that the Republican party does not want to “end the social safety net” but rather they want to change the entitlement programs to make them sustainable and reduce government waste and fraud in the social safety net is a crock. Mr. Khoury needs to be reminded that Social Security is not an entitlement. Social Security does not have any government money in it — it is funded solely by the citizens that work their

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As the calendar winds down to July 31, the prevailing trade winds seem poised to blow Kevin Youkilis out of town. The Pittsburgh Pirates are the latest team to join the Youk watch, with FoxSports’ Ken Rosenthal reporting the improbably contending Bucs, who are making noise in the NL Central despite virtually no production from their corner infielders, might be on the buying side of the trade deadline for the first time in two decades. The Dodgers and Phillies are among the other trade suitors for Youkilis, who has been forced into lame duck status by the rapid emergence of Will Middlebrooks and the semiimpending return of outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury and Carl Crawford, which would essentially destroy the Jenga-esque platoon of Youkilis, Middlebrooks and Adrian Gonzalez between third, first and right field. But is a trade really a foregone conclusion? Is a pitcher such as James McDonald or Aaron Harang on the way as Youkilis heads west — or really west? Certainly, Youkilis appears to be something of a liability for the Red Sox at this point, advancing in age, unable to stay healthy for an entire season, and now hitting just .231

Downhill trend Kevin Youkilis has been injured throughout much of the 2012 season. In just 36 games this year, Youk has shown his age (33): .224 is Youkilis’ batting average this season. He has just four home runs and 13 RBIs during the 2012 campaign.

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with four homers and 13 RBIs in 35 games. But despite the increasing number of interested teams, the Red Sox need to first decide for themselves, are they buyers, or sellers? The Red Sox are having enough trouble just WRITE TO METRO: SPORTS@METRO.US

staying over .500 with 100 games to play, which is usually the refrain of a seller. But in the first season of the second wild card, and in a division playing weaker than expected, the Red Sox might still be every bit the buyers as their prospective trade partners. And with every day that passes with Youkilis failing to catch fire, does his trade value sink to a level where the return on a deal makes trading

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him a less-than-lateral move? Perhaps the simple math of addition by subtraction, moving Youkilis to allow Middlebrooks to play every day, while allowing the struggling Gonzalez to focus on his primary defensive position — and by extension, his hitting — would be enough of a boost to carry the Red Sox back into contention. Or, perhaps, the Red Sox trade Youkilis, who they aren’t intending to bring back in 2013, and he turns into their version of Kendrick Perkins for a grateful National League team, while the Red Sox find themselves lamenting their lack of corner infield depth in September as another postseason slides by. Sometimes, the best trade is the one you don’t make. JEFF GOLDBERG


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Bruins re-up with Kelly, Campbell Forwards Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell will be with the Bruins for the foreseeable future after both players signed deals with Boston yesterday. Kelly signed a $12 million, four-year deal while Campbell will net $4.8 million over three years.

Clemens’ lawyer shreds McNamee As the Roger Clemens perjury case neared its end yesterday, Clemens’ lawyer Rusty Hardin went on the offensive when it came to the credibility of trainer Brian McNamee. “Saying that Brian McNamee lies zero times is kind of like calling the Grand Canyon a ditch,” Hardin said. Prosecutors responded: “(Clemens) chose to lie, he chose to mislead, he chose to provide false statements, to impede Congress’ legitimate investigation,” prosecutor Gil Guerrero stated to the jury. METRO

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Bye, Bye Bird The Red Sox released outfielder Marlon Byrd yesterday after just a month and a half with the franchise. Boston acquired Byrd from the Cubs on April 21 in exchange for pitcher Michael Bowden.





Welker puts on big smile Wide receiver claims to be happy despite contract issues with Pats In no way jealous of Gronkowski

Wes Welker isn’t publically upset with his contract status — for now.

New England’s favorite franchised man took the field in Foxboro yesterday, but it was the way he did it — with a big smile — that should add a cherry on top. Welker could very well hold a grudge against the Patriots. He could hold out like many franchised players have in the past. He could demand more than the $9.5 million he’s getting this season, with the rest of his career up in the air. But none of that has happened, as Tom Brady’s favorite target is only thinking about minicamp and taking the field with his

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teammates. “It went pretty well,” Welker said after the first day of camp. “We were able to get out there and really execute together and really work on some things. Overall I think it was a good day, we still have some work to do but I think it was a good start for us.” It wasn’t Welker, but tight end Rob Gronkowski who got a fat contract extension last week (six years, $54 million — time to party!). That didn’t cause Welker, who insists Gronkowski deserves it, any bit of jealousy. “I thought it was a great deal,” Welker said. “You need a guy like that around here for a long time. And he’s such a great player for us and

having him around for a while is a great deal for us as an organization. So I’m very happy for him.” The Patriots have until July 16 to come to a long-term agreement with Welker, but neither side is giving it much thought — at least publicly. “I’m not worried about that at all,” Welker said. “Right now I’m here, and I’m happy, and you know, I’m just here to try to help our team win in 2012.” “It is what it is,” Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said of the July deadline. “The rules are the rules. So whatever they are, we’ll comply with them.” JIMMY TOSCANO

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Bill speaks — sort of Patriots head coach Bill Belichick touched on a number of topics yesterday, including the departure of wide receiver Chad Ochocino and the absence of offensive lineman Brian Waters. “With the players we released, we feel like for whatever reason, it’s time to move on and there are other options that are better for the team,” Belichick said, not offering the details of No. 85’s release. “All of the players are here except for Brian Waters. He’s excused for personal reasons.”

Patriots pick up Ballard Tight end Jake Ballard, who the Giants waived because of a failed physical, was picked up by the Patriots yesterday afternoon, according to his agent Blake Baratz. Ballard likely won’t play in 2012 due to an ACL injury. METRO

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More space, less hassle Compared to a traditional addition, a roof deck adds significant living space without turning your place into a construction zone. “People will talk about adding a third story to their home, but that’s a pretty major project,” says Posternack. “When I’m inside a house doing the bathroom or the

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Legend: The rate and annual percentage rate (APR) are effective as of 6/11/12. Š 2012 Bankrate, Inc. The APR may increase after consummation and may vary. Payments do not include amounts for taxes and insurance. The fees set forth for each advertisement above may be charged to open the plan (A) Mortgage Banker, (B) Mortgage Broker, (C) Bank, (D) S & L, (E) Credit Union, (BA) indicates Licensed Mortgage Banker, NYS Banking Dept., (BR) indicates Registered Mortgage Broker, NYS Banking Dept., (loans arranged through third parties). “Call for Ratesâ€? means actual rates were not available at press time. All rates are quoted on a minimum FICO score of 740. Conventional loans are based on loan amounts of $165,000. Jumbo loans are based on loan amounts of $435,000. Points quoted include discount and/or origination. Lock Days: 30-60. Annual percentage rates (APRs) are based on fully indexed rates for adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs). The APR on your specific loan may differ from the sample used. Fees reflect charges relative to the APR. If your down payment is less than 20% of the home’s value, you will be subject to private mortgage insurance, or PMI. Bankrate, Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of the information appearing above or the availability of rates and fees in this table. All rates, fees and other information are subject to change without notice. Bankrate, Inc. does not own any financial institutions. Some or all of the companies appearing in this table pay a fee to appear in this table. If you are seeking a mortgage in excess of $417,000, recent legislation may enable lenders in certain locations to provide rates that are different from those shown in the table above. Sample Repayment Terms – ex. 360 monthly payments of $5.29 per $1,000 borrowed ex. 180 monthly payments of $7.56 per $1,000 borrowed. We recommend that you contact your lender directly to determine what rates may be available to you. To appear in this table, call 800-509-4636. To report any inaccuracies, call 888-509-4636. sHTTPMETROBOSTONINTERESTCOM

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