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Prosecutors push forward with Etan Patz murder case Former bodega worker indicted yesterday in cold-case alleged murder of 6-year-old boy But prosecutors may face challenges in the decades-old legendary disappearance {page 02} INSIDE EDITION

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Cable is facing two class-action lawsuits in response to its move to add a $3.95 modem rental fee to customers’ bill. Steven Wittels, one of the attorneys behind the suits, accuses the tech giant of only informing consumers by way of an intentionally confusing postcard that many people likely glossed over or threw away. METRO/DT

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around 7:10 p.m., a middleaged man reportedly entered a Jackson Heights apartment building and sexually abused two girls in the laundry room, before fleeing the scene, cops said. The girls were 4 and 9 years old. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male between the ages of 35 and 45, and he was wearing a blue-and-white zip-up hoodie. Police request anyone with information call 800577-TIPS. METRO/DT

Former cop gets life for murdering wife NEW YORK. Former cop Eddy

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released photos yesterday of three suspects wanted in connection with the mugging of a 13-yearold boy in the Bronx. Three older teens approached the boy three weeks ago, one punched him in the mouth and stole a gold chain, while the other two stood by, cops said. The police are asking the public to help, by calling 800577-TIPS. METRO/DT

Coello, 40, was sentenced to life in prison for murdering his wife, Tina Adovasio, on March 11, 2011, Bronx district attorney Robert Johnson reported yesterday. Coello had strangled Adovasio, stuffed her body in a duffel bag and driven from the Bronx to Yorktown in Westchester County, where he dumped her body. Strangling was deemed to be the cause of death, but there were also signs of blunt force trauma. She had four children, including a daughter fathered by Coello. METRO/DT

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shine a light on power companies that left thousands of customers in the dark after Hurricane Sandy. Attorney Kenneth Mollins filed suit yesterday against the Long Island Power Authority and its electrical contractor, National Grid, the New York Post reported. METRO/CG

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Former bodega clerk indicted in Etan Patz murder

Pedro Hernandez indicted by grand jury yesterday Manhattan DA calls evidence against him ‘credible and persuasive’ Still, questions about his mental capabilites persist Body of boy has never been found GETTY IMAGES

Six months after a former bodega clerk admitted to the cold case murder of 6-year-old Etan Patz, he has been indicted — the closest prosecutors have come to a possible conviction in this 33-year-old mystery. A grand jury yesterday indicted Pedro Hernandez, 51, on two counts of murder in the second degree and one count of kidnapping in the first degree. He was first arrested by the NYPD in May, after a member of his family told police he was responsible for Patz’s murder. In custody, Hernandez told police he lured the boy into a SoHo basement on May 25, 1979, by offering him a soda. He confessed to strangling Patz and then wrapping his body in plastic wrap and putting it in the trash. Shortly after, Hernandez moved from his West Broadway apartment, eventually to Maple Shade, N.J., where he was living when arrested. Police said Hernandez told his family over the years he had “done a bad thing and killed a child in New York,” prompting one relative to turn him in.

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“Nothing that occurs in the course of this trial will answer what actually happened to Etan Patz.”

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His own attorneys have raised the question as to whether mental health issues led him to make a false confession, but the Manhattan district attorney’s office said Hernandez’s confession will stand. “This indictment is the outcome of a lengthy and deliberative process, involving months of factual investigation and legal analysis. We believe the evidence that Mr. Hernandez killed Etan Patz to be credible and persuasive, and that his statements are not the product of any mental illness,” Erin Duggan, a spokesperson for the Manhattan DA, said in a statement. CASSANDRA GARRISON

Potential prosecution problems Paul Callan, former deputy chief of homicide in the Brooklyn district attorney’s office, said it’s unusual for a suspect to be indicted five months after an arrest, and it could suggest some holes in the case. “It’s a real uphill battle to get a conviction in such an old case,” Callan said. “Witnesses’ memories fade, physical evidence doesn’t exist anymore.” In New York, a defendant

“The grand jury has found sufficient evidence to charge the defendant, and this is a case that we believe should be presented to a jury at trial.” ERIN DUGGAN cannot be convicted solely on a confession. Prosecutors must present corroborating evidence, which could prove challenging, Callan suggested, especially because Patz’s body was never found. “The defense will come in and say they don’t even know that Etan Patz was murdered, maybe he was kidnapped,” Callan said. One point the prosecution might argue, he predicted, is that Hernandez confessed the crime to multiple people over the years with consistent detail. METRO/CG

Bon Jovi’s daughter Ex-NY lawmaker Meng arrested on drug charges admits soliciting bribe NEW YORK. Jon Bon Jovi’s 19-

year-old daughter, Stephanie Rose Bongiovi, was reportedly arrested upstate early yesterday morning on misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and criminally using drug paraphernalia, following an alleged heroin overdose. Kirkland, N.Y., police were called to a Hamilton College dorm around 1:51 a.m. to assist medical personnel who was already present and attending to an unresponsive female. A search by a drug task force exposed a small amount of heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. METRO/DT

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NEW YORK. Former New York state lawmaker Jimmy Meng pleaded guilty to soliciting bribes yesterday in exchange for helping an associate avoid prison time. Meng, 69, a former state assemblyman, admitted in Brooklyn federal court that he asked for $80,000, packed in a fruit basket, to pay off prosecutors and help the associate obtain a lenient sentence for tax crimes. Rather than fulfill the promise, Meng planned “to keep the money,” he told U.S. District Judge Allyne R. Ross. “Your purpose here was to obtain for yourself the $80,000?” Ross asked during the brief

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Meng faces a likely sentence of 12 to 18 months in prison on a count of wire fraud. hearing. “Yes,” Meng said. Meng’s daughter, Grace Meng, a state assemblywoman and Democrat from Queens, was elected earlier this month to the U.S. House of Representatives. Grace Meng said in a statement that she was “deeply saddened” by the case. His sentencing is scheduled for March 12. BLOOMBERG


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A utility company head resigned this week, in what could be the beginning of a fallout from blackouts after Hurricane Sandy. LIPA Chief Operating Officer Mike Hervey resigned late Tuesday after harsh criticism from customers and politicians over the still-ongoing restoration of service from the superstorm two weeks ago. Hervey's resignation came on the same day that Gov. Andrew Cuomo launched an investigation by a special commission into the state's utilities and their response to Superstorm Sandy. He said the problems exposed by the storm would require a major overhaul of the power industry. More than two weeks after the storm struck the region, about 45,000 LIPA customers

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Cablevision is also under fire for outages during Sandy. The company has been accused in a $250 million lawsuit of continuing to bill and failing to offer rebates to more than 1 million customers who lost TV,

A power line toppled in Long Island.

still have no electricity. LIPA said yesterday it was close to restoring electric service to the last 8,000 Long Island homes and businesses able to receive power, 16 days after Hurricane Sandy. However, another 38,000 customers, including many in Internet or phone service because of Hurricane Sandy two weeks ago. The complaint, filed yesterday with the New York State Supreme Court in Nassau County, said Cablevision had not met its contractual obligation to offer credits to customers who lost service for more than 24 hours.

The lawsuit accused the Bethpage, N.Y.-based company of instead offering rebates only to its “most favored” customers on a discretionary basis, and only after they requested them. Cablevision spokesman Charlie Schueler said the complaint “misstates the facts” and is without merit.

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In the news Dump Trump, petition asks Macy's store NEW YORK. Macy's is under pressure to ditch Donald Trumpbranded apparel after the billionaire mounted political attacks on President Barack Obama in the election campaign. Almost 500,000 people have added their names to an online petition urging Macy’s to end its partnership with Trump, SignOn.org, the hosting site, said yesterday. The petition picked up steam over the weekend after Trump, a real-estate developer, repeatedly called for a revolution following Obama’s reelection last week, SignOn.org said. By doing business with

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NEW YORK. Operators have been charging “exorbitant” fees to return cars to owners after they were towed, according to the NYPD. The police department said yesterday that cops formed a special group to address towtruck operator fraud. They have made larceny arrests after incidences, cops said, in which towtruck operators took stormdamaged cars without permission, and operators then stored them in private auto pounds and charged between $1,000 and $2,300 when the owners wanted them back. METRO/AB


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Some New Yorkers are fighting to preserve the remnants of the Rockaway Boardwalk. The boardwalk, which was largely demolished during Hurricane Sandy, was constructed from a blend of tropical trees that can last three times as long as domestic species and are extremely resistant to insects. But New Yorkers Cathy McHale and Scott Francisco say the wood is being thrown out, without any effort to reuse it. "Repurposing is very appealing if the wood has enough life left in it," Francisco said. Francisco said that bulldozers have already broken a lot of the boards. “Our plan is to salvage enough to create a section of boardwalk that would be a memorial constructed from the original wood,� Francisco said. “But it’s probably not going to be a huge section because so many of the boards are broken.� This Sunday, McHale and Francisco plan on gathering a group of volunteers at the 91st Street community garden to begin recovering material.

Can it be saved? Whether the wood can be repurposed depends on how long it has been exposed to outdoor elements. Francisco noted that different sections of the boardwalk could be a wide range of different ages and species, but estimated that the small samples of just one

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“Our plan is to salvage enough to create a section ... that would be a memorial.� FRANCISCO Alan Solomon of Sawkill Lumber Company, which salvages wood from demolished buildings, said nine blocks of boardwalk are twisted along the waterfront, largely intact. The Parks Department did not yet say whether the wood would be saved for a future boardwalk or memorial. “Parks is working closely with other agencies to clean the damage inflicted by the hurricane and identify sections of the boardwalk that can be salvaged,� Parks Department spokesman Phil Abramson told Metro. “We ... always look to recycle and repurpose materials when possible.� DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN

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species had been outside for 20 years and would have 10 to 15 years of outdoor life still in them. All of it could be repurposed, he said. Even the oldest, most exposed wood can be used indoors, or made into park benches or planters, or cut into shorter lengths to isolate the best pieces.


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News in brief Petraeus will testify over Benghazi, leading senator says WASHINGTON. Ex-CIA chief David Petraeus has agreed to testify to Congress about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya, but it was not clear when lawmakers would hear from the retired fourstar general, who abruptly resigned last week amid a

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Khawam also invoked broader contacts as she sought greater access to her son. In e-mails with her exhusband, Khawam wrote that Senator Kerry asked about the son and whether he would be coming to Martha’s Vineyard in the summer of 2012. She also wrote that Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island invited the son to a summer clambake in the state, and that the son “would greatly appreciate attending this family clambake.” REUTERS

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Mistress had ‘substantial’ classified data on computer A computer used by Paula Broadwell, the woman whose affair with CIA director General David Petraeus led to his resignation, contained substantial classified information that should have been stored under more secure conditions, law enforcement and national security officials said yesterday. The contents of the classified material and how Broadwell acquired it

sex scandal. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein said Petraeus was willing to testify about the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi, but the timing had not yet been decided, a spokesman for the California Democrat said. REUTERS

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star Army general for wasting taxpayer money on extravagant trips and would seek to recoup tens of thousands of dollars from him. Panetta’s decision to strip a star from General William Ward, a former commander of Africa Command, comes as the military is reeling from a scandal involving two of the most powerful men in the national security apparatus. Although Ward’s demotion to a three-star lieutenant general will knock off more than $30,0000 in retirement pay, he will still receive a pension of more than $200,000 a year. REUTERS


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Israel launched a major offensive against Palestinian militants in Gaza yesterday, killing the military commander of Hamas in an air strike and threatening an invasion of the enclave that the Islamist group vowed would “open the gates of hell.” Operation "Pillar of Defense" began with a surgical strike on a car carrying the commander of the military wing of Hamas, the Iranian-armed Islamist movement which controls Gaza. Within minutes of the death of Ahmed Al-Jaabari, big explosions were rocking Gaza, as the Israeli air force struck at selected targets just before sundown.

Teen clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. stunned investors yesterday with unexpectedly improved thirdquarter results and a fullyear outlook that exceeded Wall Street forecasts, sending shares up as much as 30 percent. The company got a handle on excess inventories that had sparked a round of discounting that worried investors. It also had pockets of sales strength in places like Scandinavia and China that helped revenue exceed expectations. Even troubled markets like Spain were not as bad as expected. Abercrombie & Fitch was “being highly disciplined” with inventory management and was working to ensure sales growth

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Congress urged to probe Chinese cyber espionage The U.S. Congress should conduct an in-depth assessment of Chinese cyber spying and consider imposing tougher penalties on companies that benefit from industrial espionage, a federal advisory group said yesterday. The recommendations by the bipartisan U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission reflect its stated concern that China has

become “the most threatening actor in cyberspace.” In its annual report to Congress, the commission said the most notable trend in Chinese cyber espionage over the past year had been “increasingly creative and resourceful targeting” across government, industry and civil society. Among these are steppedup efforts to defeat so-called two factor authentication, it said, referring to the use of a security token in addition to a traditional password. REUTERS

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McAfee says he was framed for murder Belize's prime minister urged anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee to help the country's police with a murder inquiry, calling McAfee “bonkers” for recent media statements. “I don't want to be unkind, but he seems to be extremely paranoid — I would go so far as to say bonkers,” Prime Minister Dean Barrow said. McAfee claims he is being framed by Belize poice over the murder of neighbor and U.S. citizen Gregory Faull. REUTERS

Politics in the House

Israel launched a major offensive against Palestinian militants in Gaza yesterday, killing the military commander of Hamas in an air strike and threatening an invasion of the enclave that the Islamist group vowed would “open the gates of hell.” The onslaught shattered hopes that a truce mediated on Tuesday by Egypt could pull the two sides back from the brink of war after five days of escalating Palestinian rocket attacks and Israeli strikes at militant targets.

Nancy Pelosi told fellow Democrats in the House yesterday that she is willing to run to be their leader again. Seen as a crusading reformer by backers and a reckless liberal by Republican critics, Pelosi, 72, announced her decision later at a news conference at the U.S. Capitol. “I have made a decision to submit my name to my colleagues to serve once again,” she said. Democratic lawmakers said Pelosi, who became the first woman to lead a party in Congress, is a cinch to be reelected House minority leader.

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Israel kills Hamas leader in offensive

Sens seek to block Rice’s promotion Senior Republican senators vowed yesterday to block any future promotion of Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, over her handling of the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya. Rice has been mentioned as a possible successor to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Republican lawmakers, however, question Rice’s initial description of the violence as a spontaneous outburst rather than a planned attack. REUTERS

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Elmo is off the hook The 23-year-old man who claimed he was only 16 when he had a sexual relationship with Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash has recanted his claim, according to the Los Angeles Times. The unidentified

Not that Tatum himself necessarily believed it when he got the news, though: “My first thought was, ‘Y’all are messing with me,’” he says. “I told [wife] Jenna [Dewan-Tatum] after we’d been in the bathtub washing our dogs because they’d gotten skunked.” And as for the physique that helped land him the title, Tatum says it’s a work-related benefit. “When I’m not training, I get really round and soft,” he admits. Personally, I can’t believe former CIA Director David Petraeus and General John Allen didn’t make the cut. With their smooth moves, you’d think they’d be shoo-ins.

accuser “wants it to be known that his sexual relationship with Mr. Clash was an adult consensual relationship,” a statement from his attorney reads. Clash had taken a leave of absence from “Sesame Street” when the allegations made headlines earlier this week. “I am relieved that this painful allegation

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The folks behind the “Twilight” series spared no expense for the final film’s premiere this week, going so far as to feature live wolves on display for guests at the after-party, according to Radar Online. “Outside the tent before you entered the party there was a really small cage with three wolves in it,” a source says. “The handlers were keeping people away and yelling at the wolves to pose for photos like stars on a red carpet.” And it comes as no surprise that PETA is not thrilled. “Didn’t it dawn on the ‘Twilight’ event organizers that real wolves do not belong at a party with blaring music and flashing lights?” a PETA spokeswoman says in a statement to the website.

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dward and Bella aren’t the only bloodsuckers in town. Veteran director Amy Heckerling, whose teen comedies “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” and “Clueless” have become modern classics, tried her hand at the vampire genre. But it was never her intention to jump on a bandwagon. “I mean, I wrote this before ‘Twilight’ came out and I didn’t read the books. … That was a whole other world I’m not a big fan of,” Heckerling explains. “I don’t know where they live — out in the northern West Coast kind of area — I’m a city person

and I wanted to feel what it would be like to just always stay young, to go to school, to have a part-time job, to have friends, to go out and do the things that I think would be fun to do endlessly.” And so we have “Vamps,” starring “Clueless” actress Alicia Silverstone and “Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23” star Krysten Ritter. The ladies play roommates who look for love in Manhattan while also trying to avoid the urge to suck the blood of their suitors. The rules for how a vampire lives, eats and sleeps are different for each and every story

told about them. But when creating her own vampire universe, Heckerling turned to the classics for inspiration. “What I liked was in Bram Stocker’s ‘Dracula’,” she says. “I feel like he laid out a nice history and set of rules. But then the Anne Rice situation of ‘Interview with the Vampire’ — the main character did not have to kill people. For me, I think people are sympathetic if you don’t kill people. It’s just a quirk of mine. I went with [the idea] that they needed warm running blood from a mammal. These girls were trying to be nice and do as little harm as

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with the songs. Dr. Müllensiefen observed: “Music activates emotional pleasure centers in the brain — the same areas that are activated when we have sex or take drugs. If you have a soundtrack to a film that as a whole is associated with romance and sex, that might work for the entire sexual episode. Listening to the soundtrack re-ignites the feelings we experienced whilst watching the film.”

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A little less about Kool-Aid, a little more real thinking RE: “LOOK AT THE REAL RICH AND POWERFUL” (METRO, NOV. 14) Instead of promoting

anger and talking about someone’s Kool-Aid or who “hates,” let’s look at the historical record and how we can do better. The middle class has stagnated. Our jobs have been shipped abroad. Most income growth as gone to the top. In 2012, Wall Street supported the GOP, not the Dems. Ten right-wing billionaires and the corporations they control support the GOP for every billionaire supporting Dems. We elect people to Congress, but they stop working for us and start working for banks and corporations. How can we fix

You wanted it — now you’ve got to keep the agreement You people realize that President Obama is not really proposing a tax increase on people with an income of over $250,000 — right? What President Obama is proposing is a tax cut for the middle class. This so-called tax increase that the Republicans have gotten their minions up in arms about is a tax cut that G.W. Bush signed that was supposed to last only 10 years. After the 10 years, it was suppose to go away. EVERYONE AGREED TO THIS. But now the upper 5 percent is demanding that

they get to keep it forever. The health of the country be damned — because as we have learned (the hard way) during Reagan’s and Bush’s administrations “trickle down” economy DOES NOT WORK. In both cases it lead to a recession. So people — step back, take a deep breath and stick to what you agreed to. BARBARA MILUSKI, VIA E-MAIL

Some people spell ‘doom’ as ‘G - O - P’ RE: “CIVILIZATION FALLS WHEN MORALS EXILED” (METRO, NOV. 13) Letter writer Richard M.

Sawicki is absolutely right when he says “those who don’t learn from history are usually doomed to repeat it. But the “lesson” that this election will ultimately

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teach us is that people learned from the history of the Bush administration and chose to go the way of progress, equality and truth. Thus, avoiding the “doom” of another Republican administration.

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May the best party always win RE: “LOOK TO THE REAL RICH AND POWERFUL” (METRO, NOV. 14) Letter writer Cheryl Car-

roll appears to have missed a few civics classes. The Democratic Party has the power it does by winning elections, doing so by running better campaigns and showing they can govern in the interests of the country. Are they or our democracy perfect? By no means. But claiming they’re “the lowest of the low” when we were treated nonstop to a year of outright lies by the GOP smacks of the same delusion that drove the Romney campaign into the ground. JOSEPH CONNELL, VIA E-MAIL

Taurus April 20-May 20. Before doing any work for another, get a firm commitment on what your prospective employer is willing to pay. Chances are, the bigger the reward, the better job you’ll do. Gemini May 21-June 20. You’ll instinctively treat everyone as an equal and, since most people hold you in high esteem, they’ll take it as a huge compliment. Cancer June 21-July 22. This is a good day to take on some tasks that you know you should have attended to by now but have been neglecting. Once they’re done, it’ll be a huge load off your back. Leo July 23-Aug. 22. Try to set aside some time to spend with someone you like but haven’t seen much of lately. It’ll prove to be a happy event, but more importantly, you could learn something quite valuable. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Some kind and generous behavior you display to others could turn out to be of tremendous personal benefit in the long run. It pays to be a giver. Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. The major reason why your words carry more weight than usual is that they will not only come straight from the heart but will have a strong ring of sincerity as well. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Peanut Butter Pie from Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

Pear-Apple-Cranberry Pie from Black Hound

700 W. 125th St. 212-694-1777 www.dinosaurbarbque.com Made with an Oreo cookie crust, cream cheese and peanut butter, and garnished with chopped peanuts, Dinosaur’s sweet, rich Peanut Butter Pie is nothing if not decadent. $30, and the pie can be sliced for 810 servings or can be ordered uncut (24 hours in advance)

Black Hound, 170 Second Ave., 212-979-9505, www.blackhoundny.com Packed with Bartlett pears, Granny Smith apples, dried cranberries, anise and spices in a lattice-top cookie dough crust, Black Hound’s PearApple-Cranberry Pie is pretty perfect. A safe bet for tough crowds, Black Hound’s pies are made with a cookie dough

Black Bottom Pecan Pie from Magnolia Bakery

Salty Honey Pie from Four and Twenty Blackbirds

Magnolia Bakery, multiple locations, www.magnolia bakery.com Best known for their cupcakes (and buttercream frosting!), it only make sense that Magnolia Bakery has created an even sweeter version of pecan pie. Theirs, the Black Bottom Pecan Pie, takes the pecan filling and mixes it with chocolate, then bakes it into a homemade crust. $30

439 Third Ave., Gowanus 718-499-2917 www.birdsblack.com Emily Elsen, one half of the uberpopular Four and Twenty Blackbirds, calls their Salty Honey Pie “very popular and definitely unique.” Made with sweet honey custard and sprinkled with sea salt flakes, the popularity is a (borderline addictive) slice of gooey bliss. $35, whole pies available on a firstcome, first-serve basis.

people, $36; eight people, $48, or 10 people, $60. Available at FP Patisserie; see www.payard.com for location and ordering information. Leave it to Pichet Ong to put his sweet spin on the pecan pie at Sugar and Plumm. “I

Francois Payard’s Chocolate Cranberry Tart, a vanilla cranberry pound cake made with cranberry gelee and dark chocolate bavaroise. For six

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Cinnamon Bun Pie from Momofuku Milk Bar Momofuku Milk Bar multiple locations www.milkbarstore.com The best thing about Momofuku’s Cinnamon Bun Pie is that it doubles as a breakfast pastry the next morning. (Yes, you will want it twice in 12 hours.) From the mind of Christina Tosi comes this holiday creation, made with sweet bread crust and layers of brown sugar, brown butter and cheesecake filling, topped with a cinnamon-oat streusel and drizzled with melted brown butter. $44

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Thanksgiving in a cup 1 oz Appleton Estate Reserve 1 oz Appleton Estate 12 Year Old .75oz Faretti Biscotti Liqueur 1 Heaping bar spoon of pumpkin pie mix ½ oz heavy cream 1 whole egg Directions: Place all ingredients into a mixing glass. Dry shake (shake without ice so as to whip the ingredients together). Then shake again with ice. Strain into an empty rocks glass and top with freshly grated cinnamon.

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Flip your kitchen the bird Not in the mood to cook this year? Or worse, burnt the turkey at the 11th hour? We’ve got you covered. David Burke Kitchen (23 Grand St., 212-201-9119) has some whimsical offerings, including scallop and butternut chowder, roasted organic turkey with black pepper cranberry, vanilla bean sweet potato puree, sausage chestnut stuffing and giblet gravy. Do yourself a favor and save room for dessert: “Top Chef” star and executive pastry chef Zac Young is throwing a Pie-a-Palooza, featuring roasted pumpkin with toasted marshmallow, Mitsu apple with cheddar crust, cranberry orange and deep-fried chocolate bourbon pecan. $65 per person Steps away from the Macy’s

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Thanksgiving Day Parade route is Aureole (1 Bryant Park, 212319-1660), where chef Marcus Gleadow Ware is preparing a traditional bird with all the fixings, plus wild mushroom risotto and Maine lobster, in case turkey’s not your thing. $115 for adults, $55 for children Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria (53 Great Jones St., 212-8372622) is hosting a five-course family-style Thanksgiving dinner featuring two types of turkey

The menu is Italian at the Maritime’s La Bottega (88 Ninth Ave., 212-243-8400), where chef Bart Retolatto has put together dishes like crabstuffed cremini mushrooms and roasted Cornish game hen. $45 p.p. prix fixe, or available a la carte French accents gussy up Thanksgiving at new bistro La Villette (10 Downing St., 212255-033). Have your pick of seafood or salad for a first course, followed by a traditional turkey dinner or salmon or steak frites. Round it out with a slice of pumpkin pie or creme brulee. And sweet deal: Your meal comes with a complimentary glass of wine. $49 p.p. For a Spanish twist on dinner, Cadaques (188 Grand St., Brooklyn, 718-218-7776) is serving its turkey with figs and jamon iberico. You’ll also find Serrano ham croquettes on the menu. $45 p.p.

Chicken Kiev is an option on the prix fixe menu at FireBird.

Enjoy a three-course prix fixe Russian meal at FireBird (365 W. 46th St., 212-5860244), featuring entrees like lobster Versasia with avocado butter, lemon citronade, tamarind and wild watercress. There’s also a turkey with dill corn-bread stuffing, plus (yum alert) hazelnut bread pudding with white chocolate and honey vodka caramel sauce. $70 p.p. Thanksgiving traditionals are given an Italian twist at Asellina (420 Park Ave. South, 212-317-2908), where turkey Saltimbocca and sweet potato panna cotta are on the a-lacarte menu.

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READINGS Marathon Reading of ’Moby Dick’ Tomorrow-Sunday, various locations, free If there truly is a Great American Novel, Herman Melville’s 1851 tale is the closest we’re going to get. Authors like Jonathan Ames, Jennifer Gilmore, Toure as well as folks like Littleneck owner Aaron Lefkove, music writer Michaelangelo Matos and poet Eileen Myles, read sections of the book starting on Friday night. JASON DIAMOND

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THEATER Simon Amstell: ‘Numb’ Tonight-Wednesday, Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Pl., $26 The award-winning comedian and former host of “Never Mind the Buzzcocks” is back for a short run of his endearing one-man stand-up show “Numb.” Witty, soulful and ultimately hopeful, “Numb” is a supreme delight. MINDY BOND

NIGHTLIFE Cut&Paste Global Champs Tomorrow, 6:30 p.m., Angel Orensanz, 172 Norfolk St., $10 Cut&Paste have scrounged around the world’s top design capitals and come away with 35 of the most talented digital designers for a final live tournament with HP computers sure to be as rowdy as it is wonky. ELANA LEOPOLD

Kreayshawn takes the stage tonight at Irving Plaza.

Kreayshawn Tonight, 7-11 p.m., Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Pl., $20 Kreayshawn has done a great job of getting people to

talk about her. But beyond all the hype, she’s a pretty good rapper and her shows never lack in the entertainment department. JASON DIAMOND

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Tips for your tea If you’re more the type who chooses an Earl Grey over a latte, check out these tips from Tetley — now celebrating its 175th anniversary — on how to properly enjoy your tea. Black tea and blackbased tea blends are typically the only ones served with milk. Rather than stirring tea, the correct way to incorporate milk is to place the teaspoon in the 6 o’clock position in the cup and gently fold the milk from 6 o’clock to 12 o’clock. Never leave the spoon in the mug or in an iced tea glass;

Where to locally indulge in a cuppa: David’s Tea: The specialty retailer, which offers 150 varieties of tea, already has shops on Bleecker Street and the Upper East Side, and it’s now

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opened new locations in Chelsea (688 Sixth Ave.) and Park Slope (234 Seventh Ave.). Le Palais des Thes’ first U.S. brick-and-mortar shop is opening Thursday at 194 Columbus Ave., with another to follow at 156 Prince St. before the end of the year.

Saturday, 8 p.m., 88 Palace, 88 E. Broadway, $47 Prime Produce’s yearly themed gala is an altruistic opportunity to get your corsage on. With 100 percent of proceeds benefiting a charity of the ticket-buyer’s choice, the third-annual dance party is a great time in support of a great cause. EL

FOOD Rockaway Relief at Roberta’s Tomorrow, 7-10 p.m., Roberta’s, 261 Moore St., Bushwick, $30 The most delicious way to help out a community that was nailed hard by Sandy is to spend an evening at Roberta’s eating piz-

remove it and set it on a plate or napkin Milk, rather than cream, is preferred, so as not to overpower the flavor of the tea. Though some add the milk before the tea, adding it after the tea is poured ensures that the right amount is added. Sugar should be added after milk; one to two teaspoons is the standard amount. Though a practice of many, it is not the correct etiquette to wrap the string of the tea bag around the spoon and squeeze. The bag should be removed and set aside. Though most tea today is drank from mugs, if you’re using a traditional tea cup, you should never loop your finger through the handle. Instead, grasp it with your thumb and first two fingers. Holding the pinkie up helps balance the cup to avoid spills. METRO/ME

Tonight, 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble Union Square, 33 E. 17 St., free Whether for his roles on “SNL” or his hugely popular “Portlandia,” Fred Armisen za and drinking beer. For $30 you get beer, pizza for two and a raffle ticket. JD

10th Anniversary Chili Takedown Sunday, 2 p.m., The Bell House, 149 Seventh St., Gowanus, $15 Celebrating 10 years of serving up delicious spicy stews made by citizen cooks, this king among fiery food fetes lets attendees sample some 30-odd entries to select a savory winner. MB

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could fill a room full of adoring fans on his own. Paired with folk star Eleanor Friedberger, we suggest getting there early to nab a seat. JASON DIAMOND

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Mets pitcher wins Cy Young over Dodgersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Kershaw Team gets some good news after a season of failure First Met to take honor since Doc R.A. Dickey is already a bestselling co-author of an autobiography, a star of a documentary and a 20-game winner for a Mets team that finished under .500 for the fourth straight season. Now Dickey can add Cy

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