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Police talk man out of jumping from bridge An NYPD officer successfully talked down a man threatening to jump off the Verrazano Bridge yesterday. The man, who police described as "despondent" and in his 30s, was noticed at about 12:30 p.m. He spoke only Cantonese Chinese, and Officer Yi Huang, from the Fifth Precinct in Chinatown, was able to talk him down off the bridge at about 4:30 p.m. METRO/CB

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Child was near basketball courts when gunfire rang out Died from single bullet to the head while on playground Two others injured A 4-year-old boy was killed and two men were injured Sunday evening during a playground shootout in the Morrisania section of the Bronx. The 4-year-old victim, Lloyd Morgan, was playing on the playground next to the Forest Houses basketball court — located within a public housing complex near the corner of

Youth shootings Lloyd Morgan is at least the fourth New York City child under age 10 to be struck by stray gunfire this year. Here are the others, all of whom survived:

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A father and son have been indicted for beating their cat to death with a stick and then dumping the body on a street corner, city prosecutors charged yesterday. An eyewitness notified police after watching Jean Rog Murat, 60, and Robenson Murat, 29, allegedly kill the cat on July 12. If convicted on animal cruelty charges, the pair could face up to two years in jail, prosecutors said. METRO/JG

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July 8: 3-year-old Isaiah Rivera was shot in the leg while playing in a sprinkler in BedfordStuyvesant, Brooklyn. April 26: 9-year-old Dulce Cabrera was grazed in the foot by a bullet while walking home from church in East New York, Brooklyn. Feb. 21: 8-year-old Armando Bigo was shot in the shoulder while buying potato chips at a bodega in the Soundview section of the Bronx.

East 165th Street and Tinton Avenue — when a stray bullet struck him in the head around 9:36 p.m., according to police and Bronx Assemblyman Eric A. Stevenson. Lloyd was pronounced dead upon his arrival at nearby Lincoln Hospital. A 27-year-old man was likewise transported to Lincoln Hospital with a gunshot wound to the abdomen, and a 21-year-old man went to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he was treated for a gunshot wound to the arm. Both men are listed in stable condition, police say. The incident reportedly occurred following the “First Annual Ghetto Angels Basketball Tournament,” which, in a cruel bit of irony, was part of a memorial for a girl stabbed to death in that neighborhood last year. Neighbors at the apartment building where Lloyd lived erected a makeshift shrine to the murdered child, placing candles, teddy bears and a basketball out on the sidewalk yesterday. “When he comes outside, they have him here on his bike or his ball,” Lloyd’s neighbor, Melody Nelson, told Metro, of the boy. “That’s all he did was play.” She described Lloyd as well behaved, and said the boys par-

Bloomberg once again makes gun control push The slaying of Lloyd, along with the recent massacre in a Colorado movie theater, has prompted Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a number of other city officials to continue to speak out on gun violence. “Four years old, life snuffed out,” Bloomberg said yesterday at a press conference. “There’s not a lot else to say. We all know the scourge of guns on our streets, and we have to get them off.” For at least the third time

in two days, Bloomberg also publicly criticized Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for not standing up more forcibly against illegal guns and gun loopholes. “During the next presidential term, there will be 48,000 Americans killed with illegal guns,” the mayor said. “It seems to me not unreasonable that whoever wants to be president should tell us what they’re going to do about it before we go to the ballot box.” METRO/JG

Candles stand in the spot where Lloyd Morgan was killed as his blood is washed off the pavement near the Forest Houses complex in the Morrisania section of the Bronx.

ents were quiet and hard-working. “They’re trying to hang in there,” Nelson said, when asked how the parents were holding up. Police have not yet made any arrests. JESSE GREENSPAN letters@metro.us

— Additional reporting by Kevin C. Downs

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Lloyd’s friends left a sign on the door near his apartment.

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“If stop-and-frisk can prevent these types of crimes, maybe we should have it.” ERIC A. STEVENSON, ASSEMBLYMAN, RETHINKING HIS STANCE ON STOP-AND-FRISK POLICIES

“Four years old, life snuffed out. There’s not a lot else to say. We all know the scourge of guns on our streets.” MAYOR MIKE BLOOMBERG

Murder makes some rethink stop-and-frisk Assemblyman Eric A. Stevenson, who represents the Bronx neighborhood where Lloyd was slain, was another politician to speak out yesterday, declaring that he would rethink his objections to the NYPD’s controversial stopand-frisk program. “If stop-and-frisk can prevent these types of crimes, maybe we should have it,” said Stevenson, who planned an anti-violence rally to take place at 5 p.m. yesterday at the Forest Houses basketball

court where Lloyd was shot. Nonetheless, a man who identified himself as Lloyd’s godfather said he didn’t think stop-and-frisk would have prevented the shootout. “Stop-and-frisk is aimed at the wrong people,” said the godfather, who declined to give his name. “It’s aimed at the regular people that are walking down the block, going to the store. I have been stopped several times, no weapons,” he said. METRO


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are signed up to voice their opinions on Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed soda ban, at a public hearing held by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene this afternoon. Yesterday the mayor voiced confidence in his controversial ban on soda and sugary drink containers larger than 16 fluid ounces. “This is an easy battle to win, and nobody is going to stop it,” Bloomberg predicted, speaking in front of an Alphabet City health clinic. Today’s Board of Health hearing is for public comment only on the proposed ban. The meeting will be open to all and held at 4209 28th Street in Queens, on the third floor, at 1 p.m. METRO/DB

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John F. Kennedy airport is No. 1 — but not in a good way. A new study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology lists JFK as the most likely airport in the nation when it comes to spreading extremely contagious diseases like SARS or the H1N1 flu virus. The study, released yesterday by MIT’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, looked at how likely the 40 largest U.S. airports are to spread a contagious disease. Surprisingly, airports that handled the most daily flights did not fall highest on the list. While Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta has the highest frequency of flights, JFK still tops the list in terms of risky diseasespreading factors. JFK is a high risk due to its connectivity to other airports worldwide, and its location in a large metro-

politan area, the report found. Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii is comparatively tiny, handling about a third as much traffic as JFK, but the airport still ranked third on MIT’s list for disease-spreading capabilities. That’s because of its connections to other large, well-connected cities, according to the report. In addition to air and people traffic that flow through flying hubs each day, researchers also looked at geographical location and connectivity to determine how fast a disease originating in each airport’s home city would spread over a period of 15 days. MIT energy studies professor Ruben Juanes said the results could have huge implications for combating public health crises such as the 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic and the 2003 SARS outbreak.

As an international hub, diseases could be spread through JFK quickly and efficiently, the report found.

Disease hubs Top airports that could potentially spread illness: 1. JFK International Airport, New York 2. LAX, California 3. Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii 4. San Francisco Interna-

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Giffords recovery continues with trip to the Alps CHAMONIX, FRANCE. Former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, still recovering from wounds after being shot last year, traveled high up into the French Alps yesterday with her astronaut husband Mark Kelly. Giffords, who still uses a

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Romney backs minute of silence at Olympics to mark massacre of Israelis LONDON. U.S. presidential

candidate Mitt Romney said for the first time yesterday that he supports an official minute of silence at Friday’s opening ceremony for the Olympic Games to honor Israeli athletes killed at the 1972 Munich Olympics. Romney’s move broke years of his own silence on

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the issue, including his time leading the Salt Lake City Olympics in 2002. During those Games, survivors of the slain Israelis called on the International Olympic Committee to observe a moment of silence to mark what was the 30th anniversary of the deaths in Munich. The IOC declined. REUTERS

NCAA president Mark Emmert, right, speaks as Ed Ray, chair man of the NCAA’s executive committee, looks on during a press to announce sanctions against Penn State University’s football.

The governing body of U.S. college sports fined Penn State University $60 million and voided its football victories for the past 14 seasons in an unprecedented rebuke for the school’s failure to stop coach Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of children. NCAA President Mark Emmert said the school had put “hero worship and winning at all costs” ahead of integrity, honesty and responsibility. Penn State was not given the so-called “death penalty” that could have suspended its football program but its punishment was very by many as potentially even worse in the longterm. The punishment, announced by the National College Athletic Association at a news conference in Indianapolis, was unprecedented

for its swiftness and breadth. It was the latest blow to an institution still reeling from Sandusky’s conviction last month on child molestation charges. The case was another blotch on the diminishing legacy of Paterno, who until yesterday’s action had held the record for victories among big-time U.S. college football coaches in a career that spanned more than 40 seasons. Paterno lost that status since the NCAA’s punishment includes voiding the Nittany Lions’ victories between 1998 and 2011. Emmert said the NCAA chose not to levy the socalled “death penalty” because it would have harmed individuals with no role in the Sandusky scandal. REUTERS

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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. @SarahKSilverman When I die I wanna come back as the guy at work that gives all the girls shoulder massages @azizansari Feel obligated to continue watching Robocop 2 on HBO til I figure out why this little kid is one of the main villains. @justinbieber when u smile i smile. haha. MUCH LOVE. @SethMacFarlane If you want to put a swift end to a boring first date, just say to the woman: “I predict you will bear me many fine sons.” @danieltosh my favorite part of the day is when i step out of the shower and my dogs lick my feet. my least favorite is 5 secs after this goes out.

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Talking points Mariah Carey joins ‘American Idol’

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Kevin Reilly, Fox President of Entertainment, opened his executive session in front of journalists at the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., yesterday by confirming Mariah Carey will be a new judge on “American Idol.” Reilly addressed the speculation head-

ting her hands dirty on camera. When asked by W Magazine if death scenes or sex scenes are more difficult, the actress answered casually, “It depends on who you’re doing

on by saying, “I really can’t confirm anything except for one thing: We closed a deal very, very recently.” To prove just how recently the contract had been signed, Reilly pulled out his cell phone and began making a phone call while dropping hints as to who they signed. After a couple technical difficulties, Reilly addressed his caller: “Hi Mariah, how are you?” When put on speakerphone, Carey apologized for not being at the press tour in person, but assured critics she is “so excited to be on ‘Idol’” and “can’t wait to get started.”

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Miley Cyrus standing very close by her man Noticeably missing from Sunday night’s Teen Choice Awards was teen queen Miley Cyrus, who won in the “Choice Hottie” and “Choice Fashion Icon” categories despite being a noshow. Cyrus spent the evening in Philadelphia, where she’s been hanging out as her fiance, actor Liam Hemsworth, shoots “Paranoia.” So why didn’t she make a quick trip back to L.A.? It seems Cyrus might have a little paranoia of her own: She’s reportedly not happy with the amount of time Hemsworth has been spending with his “Empire State” co-star, Emma Roberts.

“Not only did she tell Liam it had to stop, she even confronted Emma,” a source tells Perezhilton.com. “Miley more or less said, ‘Hands off my man!’ Emma couldn’t care less what Miley thinks. She makes fun of Miley behind her back, saying she’s just a washed-up tween star. Emma feels she has nothing to lose, so she’s pushing it as far as she can with Liam.” We like your spunk, Emma. But at this point, Miley’s one pair of tattered pink sweatpants away from being a Philly girl — back away slowly, and keep your eyes on those acrylic nails.

the sex scene with. I don’t have issues being naked. That sounds very slutty. What I mean is, I’m not hung up on my body.” Obviously, we’re now play-

ing the “Screw, marry, kill” game with her former onscreen partners. Our most difficult lineup: Johnny Depp, Michael Fassbender, Ben Affleck.

Minka Kelly sex tape being shopped

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Minka Kelly is the latest actress to be plagued by a possible sex tape scandal, as a 30-minute tape of Kelly getting intimate with an ex-boyfriend is reportedly being offered to the highest bidder, according to TMZ. The video is said to be shot in a semiprofessional manner, and the website claims that it’s clear Kelly knows she’s being filmed. Some question if Kelly is actually of age in the video, as she is reportedly seen singing along with

Won’t someone think of the beautiful children? Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom have been spotted

without their wedding rings on, prompting Famous magazine to report that their marriage “might be in trouble.” “She’s had a lot on her plate — it could be that somewhere along the way her relationship with Orlando may have slipped between the cracks,” says a source who has obviously never set eyes on Orlando Bloom. A rep for the couple claims, naturally, that “there is absolutely no truth in the story.”

and dancing to two songs from Brandy’s “Never Say Never” album, which was released 16 days before the actress’ 18th birthday.

Take it off, Diaz! Cameron Diaz isn’t going to let a little rain ruin a good time. The actress reportedly got drenched on her way to a party at New York’s Chelsea Market last week, according to People magazine. Undaunted, Diaz “took her shirt off at one point to wring out her drenched top,” a source says.


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The power (and vanity) of celebrity Meg Ryan talks oppression Mr. Rogers returns, in a way David Geffen doesn’t think song is about him Nostalgia kicked off the second day of the Television Critics Press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday, when PBS presented a panel for “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” the first TV series from The Fred Rogers Company since the beloved “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Daniel Tiger is the sweaterwearing 4-year-old son of Daniel Stripe Tiger, Fred Rogers’ first puppet from the original series. In the new animated series, the residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe are all grown up with kids of their own, who learn lessons on developmental issues (think: separation anxiety, disappointment and bedtime routines). “This is designed to be your first television experience as a very young child. It carries the legacy of Fred Rogers in so many ways, but it’s not necessary to enjoy this to know anything about Fred and his Neighborhood of Make-Believe,” said executive producer

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on the panel were actresses Meg Ryan, Diane Lane and America Ferrera, who traveled with the journalists to help tell the stories of those around the world fighting for women’s rights. Maro Chermayeff, executive producer and director of “Half the Sky,” said celebrities were brought into the project to “help the audience find a way in” to the upsetting stories of trafficking and mutilation. “If you give people a chance and you find some new ways for them to come to some of the subject matter, they will come and they’ll respond,” she said. Ryan said while the spotlight is shining on a celebrity, “you can just saddle up next to something smart and important and that will get some attention.” Speaking of celebrity: Starmaking legend David Geffen sat on a panel for the “American Experience” film docu-

Meg Ryan visited Cambodia to draw attention to human trafficking in “Half the Sky.”

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“If you give people a chance ... they will come and they will respond.” MARO CHERMAYEFF

menting his career in music and film, “Inventing David Geffen.” He’d been flown in from Sardinia for the event, and seemed in a hurry to get back — his answers to critics’ questions were short and not very quotable. Not until he was asked about the Carly Simon

song “You’re So Vain,” that is, and how he had been fingered as the subject of the tune. “No, no. That’s simply not true,” he said. “Not to say I’m not vain, but I’m not her vain.” AMBER RAY

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Finding a place where you belong In Emily Giffin’s latest novel, ‘Where We Belong,’ the main character gets a blast from the past Just don’t limit the book to being chick lit When it is OK to keep a secret from the people closest to you? In her latest novel, “Where We Belong,” Emily Giffin explores what happens when deep secrets are ultimately revealed. Just as in her previous novels “Something Borrowed” and “Baby Proof,” Giffin’s latest focuses on a relationships in a trying time. In this case, it’s the

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story of Marian Caldwell, a successful television producer living in New York who is forced to face her past when 18-yearold Kirby Rose shows up at her doorstep. We spoke to Giffin about her strong female characters and her feelings about chick lit. This is your only novel that is told from the perspective of a teenager. Did this present a challenge for you while writing?

It was difficult at first to find Kirby’s voice, but once I did, it was really quite easy for me to tell her story. In some ways, I could relate to her more than the adults in the book. She was my favorite character.

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It’s not that I don’t like the moniker — and I’m in favor of any label that encourages people to read or helps them find the kind of books they will en-

joy. It’s just that I don’t think it’s entirely accurate, especially for my last few novels. There is nothing about “Heart of the Matter” or “Where We Belong” that conjures chick lit. They are more straight women’s fiction — books about exploring relationships and complicated emotional terrain — and frankly I think men would really enjoy them if they can get beyond the pretty covers. I am very fair to my male characters and try to make them as realistic as my female characters. And there is no man-bashing in my books. What’s next for you?

I’m gearing up for my book

launch and tour that begins on July 24. It’s one of the things I love about my career. There are whole months and zones of almost solitary confinement when I’m writing. Then I get to emerge and work with my publicity team, interact with the media and, most important, meet my readers. When the dust settles in early September, I will begin my next novel. I’m also in talks to turn “Where We Belong” into a television show. I just hope they find someone really hot to play Conrad. I’m sort of obsessed with him!

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our children’s homework and tests help prepare them for the world outside of school. For now, though, good grades are the goal. Boston-based pediatrician Dr. Claudia Gold, author of “Keeping Your Child in Mind: Overcoming Defiance, Tantrums, and Other Everyday Behavior Problems by Seeing the World through Your Child’s Eyes,” provides tips to help you

School will be in session before you know it How you can help your child succeed in the classroom guide the students in your life through their academic pursuits.

Homework Create a schedule conducive to success. “For some, it works best if they do [homework] right away. Others need a break for physical activity or relaxation. In general, children should have control over when they do their homework in a way that is developmentally appropriate.” Don’t take over your child’s assignments. “Most of the problems that occur involve conflict between the parent and the child.” Refuel right before tackling assignments. “Fruit, cereal or a sandwich are good choices.”

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Limit Internet capabilities if needed. “At some schools, they turn off access to Facebook during study hall hours. Something like that is useful around studying.” Let failures be a learning experience. “In terms of letting kids take charge, middle school is a really good place to follow that rule. Then you can see what the problems are and you can fix them before they get to high school.”

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Distraction — or something more? All about ADHD PIXLAND

We checked in with Dr. Andrew Adesman, who heads the Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics department of Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park, N.Y., to give us the lowdown on attention disorders and those oft-used acronyms, ADD and ADHD. What’s the difference between ADD and ADHD?

There’s a confusing tendency to refer to non-hyperactive attention deficit disorder as ADD to differentiate it from the type that also includes hyperactivity. But really ADHD is the umbrella term for the entire disorder. What are treatment options?

Treatment is mostly about intervention and management: intervention in the classroom and home settings, and also medical intervention and management of behavior and actions. At home, the parent and a psychologist work together to

Q&A How can you tell if a child is just a normal, bouncy kid or if he or she has ADHD? Diagnosis is a challenge. Children with ADHD don’t differ

Boys are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than girls, the CDC says.

educate the parent on how to form effective positive consequences for good behavior and negative ones for bad. The child has to be motivated to adapt [his or her] behavior. Medication is tricky. Some see it as a last resort and others see it as part of an initial treatment plan. Are there any new treatments

that much from children who don’t have it, [except in] the severity and frequency of being distracted. If it’s significant and ... interfering with a child’s function, then it’s likely ADHD. If a child is struggling in school it can be ADD, but it isn’t always. There are no

people are talking about?

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Is fallen statue the end of the story? While I agree with the decision not to leave the Joe Paterno sculpture as it was, they could do something more creative to remember the victims of his negligence. I propose keeping the sculpture but commissioning an addition: the figure of an abused child lying at his feet. That way, he’d now be portrayed leading his team forward while looking straight ahead — and ignoring what’s right under his nose. ERIC HAMELL, VIA E-MAIL

The outrage about the Penn State scandal is well deserved. Those who applaud the penalties placed on the university are correct in doing so. Those who still praise Paterno are the problem in our world,

putting sports above human dignity and putting obscene profits above the suffering of children. But this scandal pales in comparison to the abuse hidden by the Catholic church. “Dealing” with it internally? Disgraceful! Too many people pay more attention to the Super Bowl, World Series, etc. than to what really matters: human suffering.

victims here — the innocent bearers of justice and punishment. Don’t be fooled — they all knew. This show is the PR of damage control. This is what happens when you let a stupid institution like football become allpowerful. MICHAEL CHIMENTI, OAKLAND GARDENS, N.Y.

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You mean to tell me that in 25 years, nobody in the NCAA ever heard anything about Jerry Sandusky being a pedophile — that he was using his foundation to get close to young boys? As far as I’m concerned, they’re all part of the same protective network; and yet the NCAA gets to act like one of the

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Imagine looking out your window to see this. Based on the foliage, the Squam Lakes will look like this in a few months.

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herever you go on vacation this summer, there will be street food. In many countries, that doesn’t mean a hot dog on a bun, but a delicious celebration of culinary heritage. In honor of those mouth-watering meals abroad, the members and editors of Virtualtourist.com have compiled a list of the “Top Ten Best Street Food Cities.”

clude Hainanese Chicken Rice, comprised of steamed chicken with a jelly-like layer with rice, cucumbers, chilies and pounded ginger; chili crabs, which come slathered in a garlicky and fiery paste; laksa, a spicy Peranakan (Chinese and Malaysian) noodle soup; and satay, skewers of marinated meats served with a peanut sauce.

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Singapore The undisputed up-and-coming spot for street food in Southeast Asia is Singapore, though street food already has a long history in the city. In the 1950s and ’60s, “street hawking” was an incredibly popular trade; however, the abundance of street hawkers eventually created sanitation issues. In 1968 and 1969, all street hawkers were forced to register, and for the next 15 years the government relocated hawkers to “hawker centers.” These centers can be described as a hybrid of a food court and an organized market. Singapore’s cuisine is reflective of its interesting position in Southeast Asia. The city’s specialties in-

A street vendor prepares food for sale in Bangkok, Thailand.

Bangkok, Thailand Few places in the world, if any, are as synonymous with street food as Thailand. For the variety of locations and abundance of options, we selected Bangkok as our No. 1 spot for street food. Bangkok is notable for both its variety of offerings and the city’s abundance of street hawkers. VirtualTourist members recommended Soi

Rambuttri, a U-shaped lane off of Khao San Road and near Wat Chana Songkhram, as a great spot in the old district. Green Papaya salad bruised on a stone pestle, mango sticky rice, pad Thai (stir-fried noodles with egg, fish sauce, tamarind juice, red chili pepper and a combination of meat, garnished with crushed peanuts and lime), and chicken with green curry are all some of the Thai specialties our members mentioned finding in Bangkok.

One of the surprising aspects in researching this article was members’ overwhelming enthusiasm for Penang, a small state and island on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Members credited the three large ethnic groups in Penang (Malay, Chinese and Indian) as creating both a great variety in the street food, but also a multicultural influence on the cuisine as a whole. One member even stated he had better Indian food in Malaysia than he had in India! Char koay teow (stir-fried rice noodles), Assam laksa (a tart, hot and sour fish soup), roti (Indian-influenced flatbread) and satays of beef, chicken or even pork are all suggested. REUTERS

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With lots of on-the-water and nearby activities, Virginia Beach is great for the whole family. It offers 28 miles of public beach, a popular three-mile boardwalk and events almost every weekend on the boardwalk and surrounding areas, including the Boardwalk Art Show, East Coast Surfing Championship and Rock ’n’ Roll Half-Marathon. Insider tip: Nearby First Landing State Park features trails for hiking and biking, camp sites, swimming and sports rental equipment.

Great for small kids, Old Silver Beach has warm waters, soft sand and a sandbar at low tide that creates pools for little ones to explore. It also has lifeguards, restrooms, showers and a snack bar not far from where you’d put your towels down. It’s a smaller beach, so it can get crowded on nice days, but it’s worth the trip anyway. Insider tip: There’s a $20 parking fee for visitors, but if you plan to park, go early — the beach is so popular that during the summer, the lot fills up quickly.

The draws for families to Corolla Beach are many. Think of smooth-sand beaches, nearby lighthouses, water sports (like Jet Skis and kayak tours) and the chance to spot beautiful, wild horses that sometimes take trips along the beach. It’s considered one of the Outer Banks’ best undiscovered beaches. Insider tip: Take the family on an adventure with Beach Jeeps of Corolla. They offer Wild Horse Sightseeing tours, as well as both guided and self-driven tours in Jeeps, 4x4s and Escalades.

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Coopers Beach Southampton, New York With warm waters and seven miles of dune-backed sands, Coopers Beach offers an amazing view of the Atlantic Ocean and historic mansions that line the shore, white sand and clear

blue water, plus fantastic photo opps. Keep in mind that parking is pricey ($40 per day) and the small lot can fill up quickly, so get there before noon. Insider tip: For even more fun, join in the family “Build a Sandcastle to the Stars” event over Labor Day Weekend. The

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The saga is over. Rick Nash is a Ranger. General manager Glen Sather acquired Nash, a thirdround pick and minor league defenseman Steven Delisle from Columbus for Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Tim Erixon and a 2013 firstround pick yesterday. “He’ll help us immensely,� Sather said in a late afternoon conference call. “This quality hockey player doesn’t come along very often. [It was a] deal we couldn’t turn down.� The left wing has scored 289 goals in 674 NHL games, including a high of 41 in 200304. He adds elite-level goal scoring to a team that struggled to score in the playoffs. The lack of offense was exposed in the six-game series loss to the Devils in the Eastern Conference final. “Sometimes when you think it’s a really good piece, but he doesn’t exactly fit in all the little things you do, you can teach him those things if he really brings you something else,� head coach John Tortorella said on breakup day when asked about the Rangers’ need to add skill. “We [had] to work extremely hard to score goals.� Sather believes Nash will fit

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The Yankees may not have gotten much better, but they certainly got a huge jolt of star power yesterday afternoon. YES Network’s Jack Curry broke the news that the Yankees acquired Japanese and MLB legend Ichiro Suzuki of the Mariners just a few hours before the two teams were scheduled to face off in Seattle. The team confirmed the deal soon after. The Yankees will send pitchers D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar in return for the outfielder. New York will also receive cash considerations as Ichiro is making $17 million this season. Curry reports the Yankees will pay about $2.2 million of the remaining money. He'll be a free agent after this season. “I am overcome with feelings when I think of the times I spent with the fans here,” Suzuki told Mariners reporters

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