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Brooklyn’s own Jay-Z kicks off opening night of the Barclays Center Friday You’ve walked past New York’s newest arena for months Now take a tour inside {pages 06, 08}

SHE NAMED HER BABY WHAT? THE WORD {page 18} ‘LOOPER’ IS A TIME-TRAVEL THRILL RIDE FILMS {pages 14 and 15}


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Charged in killing mother A teenager was arrested Thursday and charged with killing his mother, whose body was found in a plastic bin Wednesday. According to the Daily News, Darwin Jackson, 16, confessed to killing his mother, Tihesha Savage. He reportedly told police he shot her when she was sleeping and then hit her with a baseball bat. Her body was found in a blanket and stuffed into a bin, where police say he dragged it. METRO/AB

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When it opens in 2015, the Ferris wheel will be taller than the London Eye and the Singapore Flyer. OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

World’s tallest Ferris wheel coming to Staten Island in 2015

Staten Island will soon boast a 625-foot attraction. The borough will host the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, which will reach the height of about 60 stories, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Thursday. The wheel, which is scheduled to open by 2015 and tops out at more than 600 feet, will beat the height of the Singapore Flyer, which is 541 feet and now holds the tallest title. The Staten Island Ferris wheel's 38-minute ride will lift 4.5 million riders a year in the space by Richmond County Bank Ballpark in St. George. METRO/AB

Pole dancing competition held on Upper West Side It’s hardly just for bachelor parties anymore National pole-dancing competition held in New York City this Saturday And no, none of the women who participate work as strippers Men don’t compete ... yet

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Police are looking for a man who they said broke into an apartment in Queens and was found in bed with a 3-year-old girl. The toddler's father found the man inside his daughter's bedroom and threw him out of the residence. The home invader, described by police as Hispanic and between 25 and 35 years old, ran off and is now charged with attempted rape.

New York City will play host this weekend to the annual championship of what some may be surprised to know is a competitive sport: pole dancing. Twenty women will compete in the U.S. Pole Dance Federation’s Fourth Annual Championship this Saturday. The competition will be held at the Symphony Space performing arts center on the Upper West Side. And interest in the sport — yes, sport — of competitive pole dancing is rapidly growing. All 740 seats for the pro-division event are sold out already. It's a testament to the sport's growing momentum at the professional level. “At first, it was a challenge to get family and friends behind it,” Brynlyn Loomis, a competitor in the pro division

Next up: The Olympics? Though some members of the pole dancing community have pushed for the sport at the Olympic level, Traskos said it is not the focus of the U.S. Pole Dance who has been pole dancing for six years, told Metro. But Loomis said not one of the 20 women competing this year work as strippers in gentlemen’s clubs. Instead, the competitors are either other types of dancers who are looking to broaden their skill sets or they are pole-dancing instructors. Others are simply everyday women who got into it for fitness or as a hobby, she said.

Federation. “We like the uniqueness of showcasing women's sensuality with athleticism, and we don’t want to be ashamed of that,” she told Metro. “[At the Olympic level], it will turn into teenagers doing acrobatics on the pole.” METRO/CG

“You need to be a well-rounded athlete, similar to gymnastics or figure skating, and you must match flexibility with strength.” BRYNLYN LOOMIS CASSANDRA GARRISON

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Rules of competitive pole dancing Competitors must be women over the age of 18. Those who compete at the pro level must qualify by first competing at the amateur level. The competition has three judges, each of them women with professional dance backgrounds. Pole dancers must first compete in a 90-second compulsory routine, which includes floor work, spins and splits. For this portion, they wear fitness attire designed by the competition’s sponsor, Mika Yoga Wear. Competitors are then judged on an optional round. The overall first place winner will receive $5,000 and a trip to Australia (“the mecca of pole dancing,” according to Traskos) to guest perform in another competition. The second overall winner will get $2,000. METRO/CG


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Welcome to Brooklyn, Barclays!

There are more than 18,000 seats, plus 101 luxury suites, for fans to take in Nets home games.

Tonight’s the night! The Barclays Center opens with the first of eight concerts by Brooklyn’s very own Jay-Z. The beloved Brooklynite will kick off the much-anticipated first season Friday night for the city’s newest sports and entertainment venue. Other upcoming entertainers include Barbra Streisand, also a Brooklyn native, John Legend, the Smashing Pumpkins, Rush and the Harlem Globetrotters. Those with ’80s nostalgia can look forward to an Oct. 30 performance by Journey, Pat Benatar and Loverboy. The Brooklyn Nets will hit

Upcoming events Here is what’s playing at Barclays Center this upcoming month: 9/28-10/1: Jay-Z 10/3-10/6: More Jay-Z 10/7: Harlem Globetrotters 10/11 & 10/13: Barbra Streisand 10/14: The King’s Men (Gospel) 10/15: Nets vs. Washington Wizards 10/18: Nets vs. Boston Celtics 10/19: Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers 10/20: World Championship Boxing 10/22: Rush

Around the arena The arena also has a map of nearby places to visit, if Brooklyn visitors want to make a day of it, from Brooklyn Bridge Park on the waterfront to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, right next door in Fort Greene, which hosts cultural events like movies and dance performances. And the arena should be easy to spot. The center is rust colored with “weathered steel” designed to look purposely unfinished.

the court Oct. 15, starting out their inaugural season with a

10/26 & 10/27: Sensation USA (trance event) 10/29: John Legend 10/30: Journey with Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo and Loverboy 10/31: The Smashing Pumpkins GETTY IMAGES

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preseason game against the Washington Wizards. If you are considering attending an event at Barclays, get out your MetroCard — parking is limited and officials encourage taking the subway. In fact, ads are being placed in subway stations this week that count down the commute to the arena in minutes. Eleven bus and 11 subway routes stop by the center, and Long Islanders can take the LIRR to the nearby Atlantic Terminal. For cyclists, Barclays promises 400 free bike parking spaces at Sixth Avenue and Dean Street. METRO

Barclays the first to voluntarily adopt 16.1-oz. soda ban Yes, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on sodas and other sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces doesn’t take effect until March. But the folks behind the Barclays Center are committed to following the ban from the start. From Friday night onwards, the largest drink containers available at the venue will be just 16 ounces. Bruce Ratner, the developer of Barclays, expressed

The Brooklyn Nets will hit the new court for their first home game on Oct. 15.

support for the measure early on. “New York has set a standard for the country and the world when it comes to public health,” Ratner said earlier this month. “And we are very proud to be the first to adopt the standards for sugary beverages in our new venue.” METRO

“New York has set a standard for the country and the world when it comes to public health. And we are very proud to be the first.” BRUCE RATNER

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220 events a year 8 nights of Jay-Z 18,103 seats for basketball fans 14,500 seats for ice hockey fans 19,000 seats for concertgoers 101 luxury suites 4 bars 3 clubs 12,000 steel panels


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The first concrete was poured at Barclays in June of 2010 and construction lasted for nearly three years.

Jay-Z, a minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets, opened a new location of his popular 40/40 Club at the arena.

A world-class sports and event space in Brooklyn Three years ago, construction on the Barclays Center had not yet begun. But today, the arena at the corner of Flatbush and Atlantic avenues is poised to rival Madison Square Garden as New York City’s premier entertainment and sports venue. The Brooklyn Nets play their first home game on Oct. 15, and bands ranging from Lady Gaga to The Who to, yes, even Justin Bieber are all scheduled to perform on the Barclays Center stage this fall and winter.

There will be 37 dining options at the arena, including foie gras. PHOTOS BY MILES DIXON/METRO

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There are more than 100 luxury suites at the arena to take in games and concerts.

Justin Bieber plays Barclays on Nov. 12.

The center’s ribbon-cutting was Friday, Sept. 21.


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Top U.S. executives have less confidence in the business outlook now than at any time in the past three years — and a key reason is fear of gridlock in Washington over the fiscal deficit and tax policy. The uncertainty, coupled with slowing demand in Asia and Europe, is forcing corporate leaders to postpone decisions on major investments and hiring, and hurting sales of everything from textbooks to telephone lines. “If we don’t deal with the fiscal cliff, and don’t deal with predictability on taxes for both citizens and business, with the rest of the world in a struggling state, this is really bad for us,” John Chambers, CEO of network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc., told Reuters on Tuesday. Some 34 percent of U.S. CEOs plan to cut jobs in the

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Some 34 percent of U.S. CEOs plan to cut jobs in the United States over the next six months, up from 20 percent a quarter ago. United States over the next six months, up from 20 percent a quarter ago, according to a Business Roundtable survey released on Wednesday. Only 30 percent plan to raise capital spending, compared with 43 percent previously. The main culprit is the fiscal cliff — Washington’s selfimposed year-end deadline to agree on a plan to shrink the federal budget or trigger $600 billion in spending cuts and higher taxes that were put in place last summer. REUTERS

Concerned industries Lockheed Martin Corp., General Dynamics Corp., Boeing Co. and other U.S. weaponsmakers have been warning for more than a year that uncertainty about the Pentagon budget, tax rates and the debt ceiling was dampening their ability to invest, hire new workers or commit to new acquisitions. They have lobbied lawmakers to avert across-the-board budget cuts that would slash projected defense spending beyond $487 billion in cuts already agreed to beginning in fiscal 2013. Most of the companies have accelerated their cost-cutting efforts. REUTERS


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In the polls Poll: Obama leads Romney 40 days before election President Barack Obama maintains a lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney with 40 days left until the Nov. 6 election, the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll said on Thursday. The result showed the race basically holding where it has been for days with Obama enjoying an advantage over Romney. Obama got a bump in support from his Democratic National Convention earlier this month and Romney was hurt by the leak of a video from a private fundraiser. The Romney campaign argues that its internal data shows that the race is much closer than most polls are showing. REUTERS

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The few who matter: Election hinges on undecided voters SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES

You’ve heard about them for months. The press obsesses about them. Political scientists toil to understand them. The campaigns are consumed with trying to win them over. They are undecided voters. They remain impervious to persuasion. Who are these people who hold the country’s fate in their hands? And why can’t they make up their minds? Campaign professionals see undecideds as comprising two distinct groups: one whose members follow the news and have still found cause to withhold their support, and another that has yet to tune in and may not until the October

Liz Poole waits in line to pick up a ballot during early voting at the Black Hawk County Courthouse Waterloo, Iowa. Early voting starts yesterday in Iowa, where in the 2008 election, 36 percent of voters cast an early ballot.

No one’s happy The U.S. public is critical of both parties in Congress for failing to resolve such issues as the national debt while rejecting the sacrifices that may be needed to fix it. BLOOMBERG

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Republicans in Congress have an unfavorable rating of 51 percent, with Dems only slightly more well-liked, at 49 percent, according to a Bloomberg poll.

The number of political ads 43K Americans see each day. presidential debates, Bloomberg Businessweek reports in its Oct. 1 issue. The first group is “not nearly as partisan as those who’ve already picked a candidate,” says John Brabender, chief strategist in former Senator Rick Santorum’s Republican presidential primary campaign. “They swing their vote much more often. Many are actually registered as Republican or Democrat but have only a loose connection to their party.” BLOOMBERG

“Congress hasn’t been able to do anything except name post offices over the past two years. As soon as one party or other becomes the majority, they think they have this mandate from God Almighty and the other side must be the devil incarnate.” STEVE CREWS, 29, INDEPENDENT VOTER

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Just when you thought the political season could not get any dirtier, here comes Madonna offering to strip naked if Barack Obama is elected to a second term. Which is confusing, because I thought she supported him. Seriously, if she wants a second term, why would she threaten us that way? Granted, she is in good shape for her age, but so is Betty White and I don’t think America has designs on seeing her “au naturel” either.

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uch is the state of this election as we burn down to the wire. It doesn’t matter that the some polls appear to show a widening gap in favor of President Obama. Both sides know the contest remains close and the debates are yet to come. Still enough that any small thing (like say, Madonna’s sequined corset) could tilt the scales, and that awareness will no doubt spur increasingly desperate maneuvers in coming days. Which leads me to a word of caution: Even if we push aside rash statements from aging pop stars, this is a good time to slap on your skepti-goggles about everything you see from the campaign trail. Already this race has been defined by both

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I asked a campaign operative recently, “How come you keep saying things about the opposition that are categorically false?” The response? “Because it works.”

sides taking wild liberties with the truth. The Obama camp has assailed Mitt Romney as a predatory, job outsourcing, potential felon; the Romney team has accused the president of building a welfare state, all but bankrupting the government and undermining national security; and both sides have trotted out precious little evidence to back their claims.

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hat’s the bad news. The worse news is it’s going to continue. I asked a campaign operative recently, “How come you keep saying things about the opposition that are categorically false?” The response? “Because it works.” Perhaps it is good that the early voting has begun; because I suspect, in terms of honest campaigning, we’ve already passed the high water mark. From here on out, the promises, pronouncements and pandering from both sides will likely run wild, like Madonna on election night ... maybe. – CNN’s Tom Foreman is a regular on “AC360°”/www.ac360.com and “The Situation Room.” Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages.

Words matter In a Sept. 17 focus group of undecided voters, conducted by the Democratic pollster Peter Hart, feelings were almost uniformly negative: On the campaign: removed, ambivalent, negative, very negative, cheap slugfest, confused, contentious On Mitt Romney: stiff, evasive, uppity, unfriendly On Barack Obama: overly confident, unrealistic, arrogant, hollow

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Soros pledges $1 million to pro-Obama super PAC Billionaire financier George Soros has committed $1 million to the super PAC that is helping fund President Barack Obama’s reelection bid, a person familiar with the pledge said Thursday. The move by Soros could trigger more big checks from liberal donors who have avoided giving to super PACs because of their concern over the unlimited spending power of such groups. Until this year, Soros held the record as the biggest contributor in an election cycle for his 2004 political giving. His record has been eclipsed by Las Vegas casino owner Sheldon Adelson.


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Nicholas Brody Played by Damian Lewis

When we first met him … Brody, a Marine sergeant who was held by al-Qaeda as a prisoner of war for eight years, returned to the U.S. a war hero. However, CIA operative Carrie Mathison suspected he had been “turned” by terrorists. “In the first season, he was a man just trying to reenter civilian life,” Lewis says. “There was a degree of damage which elicited some sympathy from the audience — but at the same time he also was the menace. So people were terrified of him.”

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Carrie Mathison Played by Claire Danes

When we first met her … As a CIA agent in Iraq, Carrie was told of an American POW who had been turned into an alQaeda sleeper agent. Suffering from bipolar disorder — something she hid from nearly everyone — she became obsessed with the recently released

“I think she is freer. I think she’s a little bit less paranoid, you know, a little less high-strung.” CLAIRE DANES, ON WHERE CARRIE IS IN SEASON 2

Nicholas Brody, who fit the description of the terrorist. “There was that crescendo of mania at the very end [caused by Carrie’s bipolar disorder], but throughout that first season, it was sort of simmering,” Danes says of her character’s

condition. Though her illness complicated things, Danes believes the highly intelligent Carrie had “some suspicion that maybe her condition was responsible for her genius. I think that’s probably true for a lot of people with the condition,” she adds.

What’s to come After Carrie’s condition was made public, the disgraced operative sought treatment through electroconvulsive therapy. Undergoing the procedure, which can cause memory loss,

led to her being unable to recall key information she uncovered about Brody — even after she is asked to return to duty. “She’s been outed as this person with this condition, and that has altered her in a pretty fundamental way,” Danes says. “She’s not hiding to the same extent, and she doesn’t have that same kind of panic and defensiveness. And when we find her at the beginning of the second season, she’s been very humbled, and she’s really struggling with a real crisis of confidence. She gets her mojo back, but it takes some time.”

Now a U.S. congressman, will Brody achieve his goal of destroying America from within? “Brody made a mission statement at the end of the first season saying he wanted a nonviolent political subversion of American policy,” Lewis says. “He would like to think he’s in control of his own destiny. He absolutely won’t be, is my prediction for this season. I think he will live in a state of heightened anxiety and paranoia.”

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Talking points Stewart and Pattinson look on the bright side Now that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are back together after her cheating scandal, the pair is reportedly looking to put a positive spin on everything. “They are more intense than they’ve ever been, especially Kristen. It’s like they’re desperate for each other all the time,” a source tells Lainey Gossip. “She’s trying to see this as something that brought them closer together.”

Brand can’t stop yapping about Perry

At this point, Russell Brand has been talking about his marriage to and divorce from Katy Perry almost as long as they were actually wed. In a candid interview with Australia’s “60 Minutes,” the British comedian talks about why things didn’t work out between him and Perry. “Sometimes it goes well, sometimes it don’t, but if you ... sense there’s an incompatibility, then in any relationship, regardless of the status, ... it kind of is best to go separate ways,” he says. “I think if you’re someone who’s really into mountain biking, it would be good to go out with someone else who’s into mountain biking. If you’re really into Eastern mysticism, go out with someone else who is into Eastern mysticism. If you’re a devoted tennis professional and you get married to a crystal meth addict, you might have trouble. I’ve been in a lot of trouble.”

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Today in T ridiculous celeb baby names

he new trend in Hollywood baby names? Naming your child after a geographical location. In the past month, Nick Lachey and wife Vanessa Minnillo named their baby Camden, as did Kristin Cavallari and fiance Jay Cutler. Next up in the locale-as-a-name trend? Reese Witherspoon, who gave birth Thursday to a baby boy named Tennessee James. “Reese Witherspoon and husband Jim Toth welcomed Tennessee James into their family today,” her rep confirmed to People magazine. “Both mom

What if it’s all been a lie? So much time, effort and column space has been spent dissecting the marriage (Demi is a cougar!) and the eventual divorce (Ashton likes young Vegas tail!) between Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. And you know what? We shouldn’t have. Really. As it looks like there wasn’t a valid marriage to begin with. RadarOnline has a very interesting theory: They say the reason Moore didn’t file for divorce the moment Kutcher returned from Vegas — not to mention when he started his new relationship with Mila Kunis — is because they weren’t legally joined in the first place.

Witherspoon

dorothy.robinson@metro.us and baby are healthy, and the entire family is thrilled.” For those of you who are keeping track at home (hopefully none of you), there’s also Brooklyn Cruz (son of Victoria and David Beckham), Bronx Mowgli (son of Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz), Egypt (son of Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz), Paris (daughter of Michael Jackson and some very well-paid egg donor) and India (daughter of Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky). As for me, I’m holding out for a little Tajikistan Spears sometime in the near future.

‘Sons of Anarchy’ star found dead, named suspect in murder Kutcher and Kunis

Sources close to the couple have speculated that when they got hitched during their Kabbalah ceremony in 2005, it was just a symbolic ceremony and not a legal marriage, hence no divorce needed. Smart move, you two. Now there won’t be a long, expensive legal separation. But one downside? What to do with all of that leftover red string.

Johnny Lewis, an actor who appeared on “Sons of Anarchy” and an ex-boyfriend of Katy Perry, allegedly killed his landlady on Wednesday and then died after falling from a roof. According to news reports, Lewis beat an 81-year-old woman he was renting a room from in L.A. When neighbors responded to her screams, he beat them with a piece of wood. He then climbed onto the roof of the house and fell to his death. Drugs are believed to have led to Lewis’ behavior.

Johnny Lewis played a supporting role on the first two seasons of “Sons of Anarchy.”


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Friday, 6-9 p.m.; Saturday, noon9 p.m.; Sunday noon-6 p.m. Various locations across Brooklyn Free, 718-488-8588 www.dumboartsfestival.com Whether you’re into music, art or dancing, catch some of the 500 displays across Brooklyn this weekend at the Dumbo Arts Festival, which focuses on the borough’s place in the city’s arts community.

THEATER ‘The Rescignos’

Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. American Theatre of Actors 314 W. 54th St. $15-$18 http://therescignos.com After wrapping up a performance at this year’s Fringe Festival, writer/performer Mike Hadge is back with “The Rescignos,” a comedy-variety show about a set of twins whom he says are “like Cain and Abel but with more singing and less fratricide.” The Arca Group — who produced “Wicked,” “Rock of Ages” and “Urinetown,” among others — is behind this production, so you know it’ll be good. And if you weren’t already convinced, Hadge wrote the absurdly hilarious “Fordham: The Musical,” which has been revered on campus ever since it debuted in 2007.

Lighthouse / Lightning Rod And Griot New York (excerpts) Friday through Sunday, 7:30 p.m. BAM Howard Gilman

MUSIC Two Door Cinema Club Haroon Mirza, Digital Switchover, 2012

Opera House 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn From $20, 718-636-4100 www.bam.org Garth Fargan, the Tony Awardwinning choreographer for “The Lion King,” and Grammy Awardwinning artist Wynton Marsalis come together again following the success of their first collaboration, Griot New York.

111 W. 46th St. $100, 212-719-1300 www.roundabouttheatre.org Jake Gyllenhaal makes his New York stage debut in this intuitive and honest production that follows the lives of a family that is falling apart and further complicated by the arrival of the estranged uncle, played by Gyllenhaal.

‘If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet’

ARTS Haroon Mirza – Preoccupied Waveforms

Through November 25 Laura Pels Theatre

Friday through Jan. 6, 2013

New Museum of Contemporary Art 235 Bowery $14, 212-219-1222 www.newmuseum.org The winner of the 2011 Venice Biennale Silver Lion Award for most promising young artist gets his first solo exhibit in New York, which shows how he uses simple industrial materials to dramatically change the perception of architectural space.

Dumbo Arts Festival

Friday, 5:30 p.m. Rumsey Playfield 69th St. and Fifth Ave. $30.50, 212-310-660 www.ticketmaster.com This three-piece indie-rock band from Northern Ireland will play hits from their newly released second album “Beacon.”

some of his music and sign copies of his biography, “Purpose: An Immigrant’s Story.”

David Byrne and St. Vincent

Saturday, 6:30 p.m. Williamsburg Park Kent Ave., Brooklyn From $45 www.ticketmaster.com Talking Heads’ David Byrne and multi-instrumentalist Annie Clark, better known as St. Vincent, form one of this year’s most talked-about collaborations. Listen to some of their past work before hearing their new LP together, “Love This Giant.”

Wyclef Jean

Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Buttenwieser Hall Lexington Ave. at 92nd St. From $29, 212-415-5500 www.92y.org Listen to tales from Wyclef Jean’s childhood growing up in Haiti and his recount of the devastating earthquake in 2010. The Fugees star will also perform

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Many Rivers to cross The ‘Secret Agent Man’ comes home for the first time in years He is about to turn 70, but he says the emphasis should be on his all-star band

Johnny Rivers looks pretty good for 70.

It’s a homecoming show 25 years in the making. Johnny Rivers, singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer and record-label head, plays B.B. King’s this weekend. “I was born in the Bronx. It really feels special to be playing Manhattan, to be playing the island where I was born,” says Rivers from his longtime home of Los Angeles. “This is my homecoming show.” Despite 17 gold records, 29 chart hits, two Grammys and more than 30 million in sales, it’s “Secret Agent Man,” which was originally recorded as the theme for the 1960s TV show of the same name, that’s crossed

If you go Johnny Rivers ‘A 70th Birthday Celebration’ Friday, 8 p.m. B.B. King Blues Club 237 W. 42nd St. $38, 212-997-4144 www.bbkingblues.com

generational divides. “That’s because of ‘Austin Powers,’ [which] brought it back to life,” says Rivers. “It’s been used in so many other films ... and advertisements.” A nice little paycheck then? Rivers laughs. He’s always had

a good business head and hasn’t suffered from the vagaries of the music business. “What makes any great song endure is what we call the hook, the guitar riff,” he says. “That one’s really just a take on the ‘James Bond’ theme. ... There was all that spy stuff popular at that time. That’s the thing I’m really proud of — my guitar playing, which gets overlooked. When I first met Eddie Van Halen, he said, ‘Wow, Johnny Rivers! I learned to play guitar listening to you.’” LINDA LABAN

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News in brief Pink tops Billboard album chart, ‘Gangnam’ No. 1 digital song Pop rocker Pink scored her first Billboard No. 1 album on Wednesday, while South Korean singer Psy, who has taken the Internet by storm with his horsey dance moves, landed at No. 1 on the Digital Songs chart

with his hit “Gangnam Style.” Psy recently appeared on the “Today” show and “Saturday Night Live” to perform “Gangnam Style” while doing his choppy dance steps that vague-

Hits of the 70s This show precedes Rivers’ 70th birthday in November. “I don’t even think about it,” he says. He’s concentrating on something else. “I’m looking forward to playing with these guys,” he says of his band: Will Lee, Jimmy Vivino and Rich Pagano. The trio also play in a Beatles tribute called The Fab Faux. “They knock those Beatles songs out of the park,” exclaims Rivers, who can claim to have partied with the original Fab Four.

ly recall a child riding a stick horse. Pink’s “The Truth About Love” sold 280,000 copies in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, making it the thirdhighest debut of 2012, behind Justin Bieber’s “Believe” and Madonna’s “MDNA.” It is the singer’s best-selling debut to date. As for Psy, the 34-year-old rapper, whose real name is Park Jae-sang, told a news conference in Seoul this week that he would perform the song topless if it hit No.1 on the Billboard chart. REUTERS


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Consensus: No one ever wants to hear from Ahmadinejad RE: “WHAT, YOU MEAN YOU DON’T WANT TO HEAR ALL ABOUT HIS NEW WORLD ORDER?” (METRO, SEPT. 27) Anne Bruskin asks

how I, as a Christian, would feel if Ahmadinejad vowed the destruction of America and all Christians on Christmas or New Year’s Eve. Well, I’d feel the same as if he said that on any other day. MARK AQUINO, VIA E-MAIL

Anne Bruskin asks the hypothetical, “How would Christians feel” about Ahmadinejad vowing our destruction on Christmas or Easter Sunday. I can’t answer for us all, but I would feel the same way about it as any other day. He’s a blustering madman, and I would disregard his

Fault in Libyan incident lies solely with perpetrators RE: “VIOLENCE NOT FIRST RESORT OF THE FAITHFUL” (METRO, SEPT. 26) So the peren-

nial far-right letter writer Joseph DuPont tries to imply Obama is soft on the religious violence that claimed the life of Ambassador Chris Stevens? The fact that the videos and cartoons trigger violence in religious fanatics is just that — a fact. Obama correctly dissociates himself and the administration from the attitudes in the “sophomoric video,” but points out that this is a country of free speech where the government is not a censor.

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He also said that nothing justified these violent responses. Where exactly did he go wrong? JOHN BONAVIA, VIA E-MAIL

Or does it lie also with filmmaker? I do not know where Joseph DuPont gets idea that Secretary of State Clinton “apologized” for the antiMohammad video. The blame rightly is on the mobs. Christians should be applauded for not burning down Serrano’s house or lynching the authors of “Book of Mormon.” But, likewise, there are good, prodemocracy Libyans to be applauded for defending and mourning Stevens. By the way, the video was neither a “sophomoric” satire nor was it “Mel Brooks-like” — as far

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as I can see it was a mean, ugly, deliberate provocation by an angry Egyptian Christian. The U.S. Supreme Court put a limit on free speech if you falsely yell “Fire!” in a crowded theater. A. J. MIKOFSKY, VIA E-

Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. There are two big factors operating in your favor that will enhance your probabilities for success. First is your desire to be helpful, and second is the pride you take in your work. Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22. You’re an especially good organizer, especially in promoting and regulating an activity that can promote one of your special interests. It won’t take long for others to join in. Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21. Although you will be lucky with most of your endeavors, you won’t necessarily be so fortunate in promoting a material interest. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19. Your hopes and expectations are likely to have some marvelous chances of fulfillment. Don’t let a negative occurrence or down-at-the-mouth friend convince you otherwise. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 19. This is an excellent day to devote your efforts to matters that could either enhance your financial position or better your career in some way. You’ll be lucky in either case. Pisces Feb. 20-March 20. You won’t be inclined to take a backseat to anyone, which will quickly become evident to anyone who attempts to usurp your authority, no

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The US: Focusing on important matters since 1776 RE: “NFL OFFICIALS CLOSE TO RETURN: REPORT” (METRO, SEPT. 27) Outrage! How dare the

NFL subject us all to replacement referees. Pages and pages of news articles! A New Jersey legislator sponsoring a bill that would ban replacement ref’s in NJ! Even the president mentioned it. Americans seem ready to take to the streets in protest. And rightly so. It’s not as if anything more important is happening in our country. Thank God nobody is wasting energy on issues that will actually affect the people of the United States! ROBERT LA ROSA, VIA E-MAIL

matter how slight it might be. Aries March 21-April 19. Go ahead and team up with others, as long as you know they will do what is required of them. However, it would be best if you supply the plan and they furnish the force. Taurus April 20-May 20. Even though we live in a self-contained society, when you do things that put the needs of others above your own you will come out a winner. Gemini May 21-June 20. Although you might have to contend with a number of disturbing factors, your determination will make sure they’ll have little influence over you. Cancer June 21-July 22. A great way to start your day is to get going on that exercise program you’ve been promising yourself you’d start. If you can’t, at least include something that is physically invigorating in your day. Leo July 23-Aug. 22. This is an excellent day to finalize all those projects you’ve left dangling; just don’t attempt to do too many at the same time. Make quality more important than quantity. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Persons with whom you associate will have a strong influence on your performance and the quality of your work. If they are doers, you’ll be one as well. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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McKnight learning fast The second day of the Joe McKnight experiment seems to be paying off. McKnight, who is making the transition to cornerback with the loss of Darrelle Revis, showed improvement Thursday. “We’re trying to teach Joe our defense, the coverages and things like that,” head coach Rex Ryan said. “One thing I know — from a physicality standpoint, from talent and a physical standpoint, he can match up. Yesterday, he actually picked off all three quarterbacks. That’s a good thing and a bad thing.” METRO/KD

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It has been a dramatic turnaround for the Jets’ offensive line from this time last year — when they were one of the league’s most underwhelming units — into one of the best this season. In 2011, the line was the center of every Jets fan’s angst. It was blamed for the average performance of the running game and the limited development of Mark Sanchez. Currently, the line is ranked fourth-best in the league in sacks allowed and Sanchez has

Manning will enjoy rivalry In a season of bad news at Citi Field, Mets fans finally got something to cheer about in the final home game. R.A. Dickey went 7 2/3 innings and struck out 13 batters in earning his 20th win of the season. The Mets beat the Pirates, 6-5. It wasn’t an easy win for Dickey, who struggled early, surrendering all three of his earned runs in the first four innings. He settled down and the Mets gave him four runs in the fifth behind a three-run homer from David Wright. Dickey is the first Met to win 20 games since Frank Viola was 20-12 in 1990.

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The Giants may be lacking in depth at key positions like cornerback and running back, but it helps to have someone like quarterback Eli Manning masking the ills of the team. Manning spearheads the second-rated passing offense in the NFL, as he’s amassed 1,011 passing yards with five touchdowns and three interceptions. This week against the Eagles, the veteran quarterback will play against a terrific defense, while having to match his opposite number, Michael Vick, point for point. “It’s a great atmosphere. It really is. It’s tough and it’s loud. The fans are unique, but it can be a fun place to play,” Manning said. “We have to come in, and have a great game plan, and go in and play our best football.” METRO/TW

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been hit just nine times. “We’re just communicating well; really, that’s all it is. We’re winning our one-on-one matchups,” left guard Matt Slauson said. “It isn’t just us — obviously, we’re doing well with our assignments and match-ups, but the receivers are getting open faster. Mark is getting rid of the ball faster. That helps. I think

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you’re seeing the maturity of Mark, the maturity of the offense.” Whatever the reason, the line is playing better and the rest of the league is on alert. “They have some stout guys up front and they run the ball well,” 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis said. “Shonn Greene and [Bilal] Powell are two good running backs; it’s going to be a good match out there.”

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Philadelphia’s receiving corps is as fast as any in the league, and unlike last week, they will all be at full strength. That can’t be said for a Giants’ secondary that has been ravaged by injuries as usual. Prince Amukamara may get the start, but he’s been battling a high ankle sprain since the season opener. Rookie Jayron Hosley, who has made the starts in his absence, is battling through hamstring issues and may not play. And regular starter Corey Webster broke his hand in Carolina last week and will be wearing a small cast in this game.

This may be the most entertaining subplot of the game. They’ve spent the better part of two years battling on the field and in social-media trash talk. This is a unique confrontation, as LeSean McCoy and the Eagles have gotten the better of the Giants in recent seasons, yet it’s been Osi Umenyiora and Co. who have been hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at year’s end two of the last four seasons. McCoy is Philly’s biggest offensive threat, while Umenyiora continues to be one of the league’s most feared sack artists.

Will Michael Vick last the entire game?

Who will cover the Eagles fleet of receivers?

Who wins the UmenyioraMcCoy undercard?

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