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Heat wave won’t break any time soon In the wake of four heat-related deaths this summer and an excessive heat warning issued through the weekend, Mayor Michael Nutter Thursday urged Philadelphians to check on vulnerable friends and family members. For tips on beating the heat, call the Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging's heat hotline by dialing 215-765-9040 or 311.

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Lurie divorce Eagles co-owners Jeffrey and Christina Lurie are the latest high-profile Philadelphia couple to part ways. The two announced their decision to colleagues Wednesday, but said their divorce after 20 years will not affect the Eagles franchise. “Please know that we remain close friends, and we will continue to work together as partners,” they reportedly said in a statement.

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Once pugnacious pugilist Ali to be awarded Liberty Medal in Sept. Ceremony will bring full circle to life of 70-year-old draft dodger Boxing legend and activist Muhammad Ali will become the first professional athlete in the history of the National Constitution Center's Liberty Medal to receive Philadelphia’s most prestigious award, officials said Thursday in announcing the 2012 recipient. Ali will receive the medal in a public ceremony Sept. 13 at the center on Independence Mall. He will be the 27th person to receive the honor since its inception in 1989. Ali, 70, won an Olympic gold medal in 1960. Seven years later, he refused induction into the military and was infamously arrested, stripped of his boxing license and title, and found guilty of draft evasion. The U.S. Supreme Court, however, eventually overturned the decision and Ali regained his title in 1974. In addition to his legacy as a boxer, Ali is well known for his humanitarian efforts. He traveled overseas several times on goodwill missions and has provided over 232 million meals to impoverished countries. He has also been an advocate for those suffering from Parkinson's disease, which Ali has battled since 1982. Ali will receive the honor in the city most associated with his boxing rival, Joe Frazier. Ali was in attendance at Frazier's funeral earlier this year. The Liberty Medal will not be his first distinction in Philadelphia. In 2003, he par-

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“Muhammad Ali embodies everything the Liberty Medal was established to honor. [He] is a champion of freedom and civic action.” DAVID EISNER, CONSTITUTION CENTER CHAIRMAN AND CEO

“I remember as a 13-year-old kid ... listening on the radio to ... a great boxing experience, which led to three matches between them.” MAYOR MICHAEL NUTTER, ON MATCHES BETWEEN JOE FRAZIER AND MUHAMMAD ALI

ticipated in a special Flag Day ceremony just before the NCC’s official opening. “Muhammad Ali embodies everything the Liberty Medal was established to honor,” NCC President and CEO David Eisner said at a press conference. “Muhammad Ali is a champion of freedom and civic action, and as we approach our 10th anniver-

Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, seen here at his Fight Night XVIII charity event in March, will be honored Sept. 13.

sary since he first raised our flag, the National Constitution Center is proud to welcome him back and to give him the 2012 Liberty Medal award.” This year’s ceremony will be part of a nationwide celebration of the 225th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. Last year’s Liberty Medal winner was former U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates. SOLOMON D. LEACH sleach@metro.us

Past winners 2011 Dr. Robert M. Gates, former U.S. secretary of defense 2010 Tony Blair, former British prime minister 2009 Steven Spielberg 2008 Mikhail Gorbachev, former Soviet leader 2007 Bono and DATA 2006 George H.W. Bush and William J. Clinton, former U.S. presidents

Thousands participate in parade More than 5,000 people from across the country marched in Philadelphia's annual Independence Day Parade in the city's historic district this year. Especially poignant was a “Hero's Salute” commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Active members and veterans of the U.S. military including the Coast Guard, Na-

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Attendance, according to city figures, for the 2011 Welcome America! Fourth of July concert, with a similar-sized crowd this week

tional Guard and Air Force joined firefighters from departments around the state, the State Capitol Police Honor Guard and the Philadelphia police Motor Squad to honor those killed in service while responding to the terrorist strike. A “marching musical” featured Mummers the Joseph A. Ferko String Band and the

Philadelphia Eagles Drum Line, as well as multiple baton twirlers, fife, drum and bugle corps and marching bands. Along with those representing police and fire personnel, floats included the Helicopter Museum Float, the Drummers with Attitude Float and the Chinatown Community Float. ALEXANDRA WIGGLESWORTH

2005 Viktor Yushchenko, president of Ukraine 2004 Hamid Karzai, president of Afghanistan 2003 Sandra Day O’Connor, associate justice, U.S. Supreme Court 2002 Colin Powell, U.S. secretary of state 2001 Kofi Annan, United Nations secretary-general 2000 Dr. James Watson and Dr. Francis Crick, co-discoverers of the structure of DNA

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Even Honest Abe joined the celebration.


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Fireworks erupt beneath the skyline July Fourth celebrations in Center City got unruly, whether it was Occupy or gunfights Police admit headaches, but say law was still maintained ‘Prayer for city’ One official with the police Civil Affairs Unit pleaded with Occupy protesters to turn around, advising them the area was unsafe and asking them not to add to the chaos. “The best thing you can do is enjoy yourselves among yourselves and say a prayer for the city of Philadelphia,” he said. Demonstrators reactions ran the gamut — some yelled obscenities at the officers who formed a human barrier between protesters and the crime scene. In the end, one group decided to march back to camp, while a second worked out a compromise in which police let them past as long as they left their signs behind.

Protesters from Occupy’s National Gathering were smacked with a sobering dose of reality Wednesday when their final march collided with an active crime scene. The protesters, who planned to travel from Franklin Square to the Wawa Welcome America! fireworks on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, were stopped by police in front of Love Park, where they arrived minutes after 16-year-old Nafis Scott allegedly shot two other teens and was then shot by police. Both Scott and the victims are in stable condition. Mayor Michael Nutter yesterday emphasized that the shooting stemmed from a previous neighborhood dispute and was unrelated to the July Fourth events. “We had [500,000 or 600,000] people out on the street,” he said. “I’m not going to let some little a—hole

“I would much rather have officers out patrolling the neighborhoods of our city than following the protesters around.” RAMSEY

16-year-old who’s got a beef with somebody a month ago up in Germantown negatively impact the image of the city.” Including Scott and two Occupy protesters, nine people were arrested in Center City Wednesday night. Seven are charged with disorderly conduct, and one allegedly brought a BB gun to the festivities. The shooting topped off a chaotic day for city officials. Aside from Occupy, there were at least five other protests near

Independence Hall, including two Tea Party rallies, a Veterans for Peace demonstration, the Brandywine for Peace Community’s anti-Drone march and Avenging the Ancestor’s Coalition’s event calling for steppedup maintenance of the Slavery Memorial. Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey acknowledged that the protests, namely those staged by Occupy, added to the existing challenges of the large celebration, during which days off for all full-duty officers were canceled and they were assigned 12-hour shifts. State police also served as backup. “People were able to come and go and move around the city,” Ramsey said. “Is it a strain? Yes. Is it something we can handle? Absolutely.” ALEX WIGGLESWORTH awigglesworth@metro.us

A police-involved shooting and scuffles with Occupy downtown erupted below the real fireworks Wednesday. KEVIN COOK/METRO

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No house arrest for priest Lynn Priest found guilty in covering up sex abuse may appeal ruling For now, Msgr. Lynn remains jailed Monsignor William Lynn will remain in jail for at least a few more weeks as he awaits sentencing for child endangerment after his request for house arrest was denied yesterday by a judge. Common Pleas Court Judge Teresa Sarmina turned down the request for home confinement and electronic monitoring, but agreed to move up his sentencing date from Aug. 13 to July 24. “We did everything we were supposed to do and had it all in place and she denied the motion,” defense attorney Thomas Bergstrom said after the hearing. Last week, Sarmina indicated that she could conditionally grant Lynn’s request, but ultimately found there were no grounds for the 61-year-old cleric to be released. Prosecutors had argued that the monsignor was a flight risk

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Higher appeal Defense attorneys have said they will likely appeal Lynn's conviction after sentencing. They maintain the monsignor’s innocence and that prosecutors made him a scapegoat for the abuse. If the appeal is filed, the lawyers are expected to ask for Lynn to remain out on bail until an appeal can be heard.

given his conviction, although the defense vehemently denied it. Lynn, the former secretary of the clergy for the Philadelphia Archdiocese, faces up to seven years in prison after being convicted of child endangerment charges related to a boy abused by Rev. Edward Avery. Lynn allowed Avery to remain in active ministry despite knowing that Avery had sexually abused another boy. The jury acquitted Lynn on two other charges, including engaging in a conspiracy with others to cover up the abuse. Defense attorneys will now turn their attention to getting a little jail time as possible for their client, while prosecutors have said they will seek the maximum sentence. SOLOMON D. LEACH sleach@metro.us

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A police van parked at Penn's Landing where a young woman was discovered in the river shortly before noon Thursday. PAIGE OZAROSKI/METRO

Young woman found dead in river Marine units and the fire department were called to the 200 block of South Delaware Avenue to pull a body from the Delaware River in the shadow of some of the historic boats docked near Penn’s Landing. No cause of death was immediately known, and the dead woman was only identified as an Asian female about 17 or 18 years old. METRO


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the defendant was preparing to flee to avoid prosecution, but such plans were thwarted,” said Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester, who credited an electronic ankle bracelet with blocking Zimmerman’s plans. REUTERS

Air France crash probe finds pilots lacked training Bond set at $1M for Zimmerman SANFORD, FLA. A Florida judge

said George Zimmerman was a flight risk and set bond at $1 million on Thursday for the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman had been released on $150,000 bond but was sent back to jail in June after prosecutors alleged he misled the court about his finances and failed to surrender a valid passport. “This court finds that circumstances indicate that

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LONDON. The pilots of Air

France flight 447 that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean three years ago lacked the right training to respond to a surprise scenario, the French aviation investigator said in its final report of the incident. The investigation uncovered “profound loss of understanding” in the cockpit in a moment of surprise, when the aircraft went into a stall and lost lift, the report found. The pilots lacked training for stall scenarios, and the authority recommended that flight simulation training be reviewed. BLOOMBERG

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President Barack Obama delivers remarks during a campaign event at the Wolcott House Museum Complex in Maumee, Ohio.

President Barack Obama told voters in the battleground state of Ohio Thursday that his administration filed a claim with the World Trade Organization against China, charging it with unfair tariffs on U.S. autos, a welcome message in the U.S. rust belt. “Americans aren’t afraid to compete. We believe in competition,” Obama said while campaigning in Maumee, Ohio. “But we’re going to make sure competition is fair.” The WTO complaint came as Obama began a two-day bus trip in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The “Betting on America” tour, as his campaign has dubbed it, runs through areas reliant on the auto industry.

The label is designed to draw a contrast with presumed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a former private — equity executive whose business made investments overseas. Romney’s experience “has been in owning companies that were called ‘pioneers of outsourcing,’” Obama said. “My experience has been in saving the American auto industry — and as long as I’m president, that’s what I’m gonna be doing.” Obama also spoke about the health care law. The affirmation means it’s time to put acrimony about the measure behind and focus on its protections, he said. BLOOMBERG


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TOM FOREMAN

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IS IT HOT ENOUGH? In the spirit of leaping into a cool pool, I’m beginning to think the only way out of election hell is for us to hold the vote next Tuesday and be done with it. Seriously, can you endure the thought of a sweltering summer being pelted with attack ads, inane accusations and mindless media chatter about who the next president should be? Because we are facing just that, my friend. For many voters, the presidential election process has turned into a forced march through a blazing desert of shallow ideas, cheap propaganda and specious claims.

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eal-life concerns are baked down to sound bites. Honest struggles for truth and freedom are broiled into tidy campaign slogans. And while we stagger around, blinded by the white-hot rhetoric, the multimillionaire candidates tool alongside in air-conditioned superbuses professing to feel our pain. No wonder a new poll by the Pew Research Center finds that we are already tired of this election. Sure, voters told Pew that all the debate over issues and coverage of the candidates is informative, but 67 percent of the respondents summed up the election season in a word: exhausting. Part of the problem is, of course, the length of the contest. Back in the 1700s, when we celebrated our first Fourth of July, running for the presidency was a much shorter affair. “Who wants the job?” “Well, there’s Jefferson … Adams … a couple more.” “OK. Shall we vote?” As time marched on, our elections became more complicated, but still typically involved months of campaigning, not years. Voters could still count on periodic relief: oases of cooling tempers amid the white-hot rhetoric of the trail. Not anymore. As soon as one election ends, the next begins. Even as the winner drops the balloons and celebrates, the re-election furnace is being fired up. The losers do the same, barely taking a breath before roaring on in search of new donors, news strategies and new ways to scorch the earth beneath their foes. Problem is that this summer, as Pew found, a lot of voters are feeling burned.

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As time marched on, our elections became more complicated, but still typically involved months of campaigning — not years. Voters could still count on periodic relief: oases of cooling tempers amid the white hot rhetoric of the trail.

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The election will heat up in the summer months.

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Chon (Taylor Kitsch, left) and his closest friend, Ben (Aaron Johnson), plot to retrieve kidnapped girlfriend Ophelia (Blake Lively) in “Savages.�

Aaron Johnson and Taylor Kitsch are Ben and Chon, entrepreneurs, drug dealers and two thirds of a love triangle with California cutie Ophelia (Blake Lively). They sell a potent strain of legal medical-grade marijuana but also siphon off some for illicit practice and profit, which earns the attention of a Mexican Baja drug cartel run by Elena (Salma Hayek). She’ll do anything to create a “joint� venture, including kidnapping the guys’ shared paramour, Ophelia. Revenge turns bloody when

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Sam Kinison in the ’80s. Actually, this is Stone’s best picture since Reagan was president. He’s working viscerally here and you can feel everything: the coastal languors of Laguna Beach, the scuzziness of Mexican border towns, Blake Lively’s silken suntan. For a violent popcorn movie, it’s pretty sensual. Johnson and Kitsch are good and evil, flip sides of the same coin, while Lively isn’t as sprightly as her name might suggest — but she does do damaged quite well. METRO

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‘Katy Perry: Part of Me’ Directors: Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz Rating: PG Grade: –—˜™š

This new documentary shows Katy Perry’s genuine affection for her followers — she does daily meet-andgreets — so it is no surprise that “Part of Me� is geared toward pleasing her Katycats. (Note: Though Metro gives “Part of Me� three stars, dedicated fans would be more likely to give it four and a half.) Intercut with lively performances from the wildly successful “Teenage Dream� tour — six costumes changes in one song! — are musical numbers galore, visits with her slightly grumpy grandmother and interviews with her staff and friends who generally say the kind of things you expect them to. It’s only when the tour nears its end and Perry’s marriage is in tatters that the movie reveals something other than a carefully manicured picture of the star. If you’re not a Katycat, you may end up liking Katy Perry the person more than her movie. METRO

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Well, we’re based on a book, so this is not a “Traffic�-like approach docudrama about the situation. We really took on a hypothetical fiction. This movie was about a situation that could happen, but hasn’t happened, which is that a cartel would move in on some niche, boutique growers — independent growers who grow high-grade product here in the United States.

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What are your own feelings about the drug war?

Well, you’d have to go back to 1969. Why do you have to declare a war on drugs? I didn’t understand it, and I don’t know why America loves the concept of war — war in Vietnam, war in Iraq, war in Afghanistan. It’s just endless wars. By fighting a war you put a huge amount of money in, the budgets go up and a lot of corruption ensues. That’s the history of war. Not only that but America has screwed itself by creating a prison system that’s out of control and a Drug Enforcement Agency that is well beyond insane in terms of creating scenarios. What about the prospect of marijuana legalization in the States?

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ries. I make them exciting. I’m not trying to sell legalization here by any means because the story unfolds as it does.

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I really don’t think like that. I just don’t think about making political points. I don’t have an agenda. The movies should work unto themselves. It becomes controversial sometimes; but frankly, I make sto-

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ty explicit. We couldn’t exactly do that book because we wouldn’t have gotten a rating. So I’m guided by my own sense of judgment, and hopefully taste, as to what an audience can stand. It’s certainly not as realistic and violent as it really is, that’s for sure. I mean, you could throw somebody in a barrel of acid, as a cartel has done, and watch them scream and yell as they die. NED EHRBAR METRO WORLD NEWS IN LOS ANGELES

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First Friday opening reception, his new collection of drawings will be on display at Space 1026 through the end of the month. The 12 black-and-white works capture street scenes from across Philadelphia — including the intersections of 13th and Arch, Eighth and Market and Broad and Eerie — and several drawings on wood highlight particular details from the more elaborate pieces. “I’ve gone past these intersections a billion times, and they all have this crazy look,” says Krall. “Some are really funny, some are kinda depressing, but all the streets, buildings and people are visually amazing.” The wildest one is “South Philly Times Square,” in which cars, SEPTA buses and hundreds of people swarm the streets and sidewalks. Inspired

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public and legal support, being gay has become a political issue, and events such as Cooper’s announcement transcend the individual and contribute to a cultural shift. However, I am looking forward to the day when such disclosures barely merit a mention in the entertainment news, let alone make national headlines.

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ummer in the Russet kitchen is an embarrassment of veggie riches. Plump tomatoes are ripe for the picking in chef Andrew Wood’s backyard. Cilantro arrives from a friend’s garden in Northern Liberties, complete with white blooms that add their own snappy flavor. As for Lancaster’s first eggplants, they’re already roasting on the grill, preparing for a date with some wild striped bass in the dining room of the converted 1800s townhome. “Farm-to-table has become a buzz word, but it’s the only way we could think to do it — it’s the only thing that would sit with my conscience,” says

Restaurant news & notes Bastille Day at London Grill

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Wood, who opened the Center City BYOB over the winter with his wife, pasty chef Kristin Wood. We checked in with him for a little fresh inspiration.

Summer is tomatoes to me. My very favorite is actually the Early Girl. It’s a pretty standard-issue looking tomato, but they don’t have very many seeds and they’re super dense.

We’re trying to foster not an infatuation with dishes but a reputation that whatever the offering is, it’s going to be good. It’s important for us to adhere to seasonal restraints, and I think people are pretty flexible. There’s always something new on the horizon — strawberries might be gone, but then there are tomatoes.

You’d be surprised. The growers that we use are pretty crafty. There’s a lot of cellaring that goes on. And in my opinion, kale kind of improves in the winter — there’s less light, so it stores all of its energy as sugar. You actually get a sweeter vegetable.

Your menu changes daily. Were people disappointed when the strawberry ravioli vanished?

A family affair: Chefs Andrew and Kristin Wood — along with their son, budding chef Gus — opened Russet in February.

Eastern State Penitentiary, and London Grill is serving up a French-inspired menu. New to the party this year are Fairmount Ave. freshman Paris Wine Bar and a West Philly Orchestra dance party.

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Through July 31 10 S. Second St. www.cubalibrerestaurant.com The late Ernest would have been celebrating his 113th on July 21,

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You’re a Philly guy — you must have a favorite tomato.

You opened on Valentine’s Day. Was it tough to make a special occasion meal with East Coast winter ingredients?

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