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Judge suspends stop-and-frisk ban in Bronx Judge Shira Scheindlin, a Manhattan federal judge who ordered the NYPD to stop carrying out their stop-and-frisk policy around some buildings in the Bronx, lifted that restriction yesterday, the NY Post reports.The city requested she hold off on enacting her ruling pending their appeal. Scheindlin agreed, saying that the restriction “cannot be effectively implemented.” METRO/DT

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The American Beverage Association and other coplaintiffs presented opening arguments yesterday in a lawsuit alleging that the Board of Health “overstepped its authority by trying to issue new policy” with the soda ban. The soda ban is a new regulation prohibiting the sale of sodas larger than 16 ounces in arenas, restaurants, and movie theaters. It does not apply to businesses like 7-11, where the majority of sales comes from packaged food as opposed to prepared food. Those businesses are affected by retail regulations, not health department regulations, according to J. Justin Wilson, a senior research analyst at the Center for Consumer Freedom. The ban is set to take effect in March.

The big soda ban is under fire from a number of groups, including the American Beverage Association, the NAACP and the Hispanic Federation.

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“[Bloomberg] treats people like they’re children.” JUSTIN WILSON, A SENIOR RESEARCH ANALYST AT THE CENTER FOR CONSUMER FREEDOM

The ban has been largely credited to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, as one of his health policies directed at combatting obesity. Amicus briefs were filed for the ABA case by the NAACP New York State Conference and the

Hispanic Federation, among others, putting forth race-based complaints, asserting the ban will affect minorities and minority business owners in particular. Danielle Tcholakian

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Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer called for an investigation by the MTA yesterday after a spate of subway fatalities. Three subway deaths within 24 hours last weekend is putting the city on pace to surpass the 55 victims hit by trains in 2012, he said. In a letter, Stringer asked the MTA to review safety programs that could prevent these types of deaths. “Too many people are dying in our subways,” he said. METRO/AB

NY NAACP President Hazel Dukes called the ban “neither prudent nor helpful in the overall fight against obesity.” “A real solution would address issues like access to healthier foods, particularly in the food desserts that exist in low-income neighborhoods,” Dukes said. She also pointed out that the ban “impacts corner bodegas but not grocery stores,” thereby risking “disproportionately impacting the people who can least afford it: those who frequent corner markets and not gourmet stores.” The ABA said the regulations should have gone through the elected City Council, rather than the mayorappointed Board of Health.

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Earlier this week, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that the Rapid Repairs program had completed work on more than 10,000 homes damaged by Sandy. But with temperatures dropping to the teens, and the National Weather Service quoting wind chill factors “as low as 2 below,” concerns are mounting for those still waiting on heat and hot water. Valerie Close of the Queens Congregation United for Action reported that a lot of people in the Rockaways still don’t

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have heat. She estimated that it could be between 5,000 and 6,000 residents. People who have electricity are using space heaters, she said, but there aren’t enough to go after Jan. 26, Close related. “They’re wondering where they’re supposed to go,” Close said, noting the below freezing temperatures and homes

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Rockaways, that a local joke is: “It’s not so rapid.” “I’m guessing they’re doing the best they can,” Close said. “At this point I don’t know what else to think.” METRO/DT

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earlier this month, but said the instability is wearing on her and others. “You didn’t know one day or the other if you’re going to have any place to live,” she said.

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A police officer tipped off 911 operators after seeing a teenager holding a hand-

pressed both concern, but said, “to the extent that this technology reduces the abuse of stop-and-frisk that harms hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers every year, we’re intrigued by the possibilities.” Danielle Tcholakian

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gun while riding a city bus. According to police, on Jan. 22, an off-duty 911 operator was on an S40 bus in Staten Island. Police Communications Technician Coryse Hercules, 28, saw another rider’s eyes widen when an 18-year-old moved a gun from his pants to his backpack, police said. Hercules quickly texted a co-worker, who then alerted 911.

Minutes later, cops pulled the bus over. The teen moved away from his backpack, but Hercules pointed him out. Raysean Alson, 18, was charged with criminal possession of a weapon. The police found a semiautomatic pistol and loaded revolver in his backpack, which was reported stolen from Delaware, cops said. METRO/AB

Imagine struggling for months to find a job, only to find out that the first strike against you is that you are looking for one. The City Council voted yesterday to prohibit employers from using employment status in hiring decisions. Just over half — 51 percent — of unemployed New Yorker have been actively searching for work for six months, according to the Council. But not everyone is on board — Mayor Michael Bloomberg has vowed to veto it, saying it would make employers fear potential lawsuits. Park Slope resident Yvonne Girela, 53, told Metro that after taking time off to care for her dying brother, employers did not warm to her over50, unemployed status. “I get discriminated all the time because I’m unemployed,” she said. She makes candy lollipops as added income and keeps applying, hoping for a job in community outreach. METRO/AB


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Three-quarters of New Jersey voters approve of Governor Chris Christie's job performance and nearly seven in 10 say he deserves to be elected to a second term in November, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday. Christie’s popularity skyrocketed since superstorm Sandy ripped through the state last fall. The governor's embrace of President Obama and his rebuke of the Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives for its initial refusal to approve a storm aid package, cemented his image as capable of rising above partisanship. According to the poll, Christie would easily defeat several potential Democratic opponents, including the state Senate's Democratic leader,

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In the news Gowanus cleanup may reach $504M GOWANUS. Cleaning the

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Man accused of pointing laser at airplanes LONG ISLAND. FBI agents arrested a Long Island man yesterday, saying he aimed a laser pointer at a plane and police helicopter. According to the FBI, Angel Rivas, 33, was arrested and charged with aiming the laser at two aircraft in August 2012. Prosecutors said he pointed a laser beam at a Suffolk County Police Department

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A Malian soldier holds a machine gun as he stands guard at the entrance of a strategic bridge over the Niger river.

Who will pay? International donors are due to meet in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa Jan. 29 to discuss the African military operation in Mali. France said they would be asked to provide about $452 million.

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GOP criticisms Republicans harshly criticized her, and President Barack Obama’s administration more generally, with one saying the Benghazi attack and the U.S. response displayed “woeful unpreparedness” for the events sweeping the region and another saying Clinton should have been fired.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton yesterday said she never saw the requests for additional security for the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, which was attacked in September, because they were handled by other State Department officials and normally would not reach her level. Clinton was testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the September attack in Benghazi by Islamist militants. REUTERS

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Notre Dame football star Manti Te’o told ABC News’ Katie Couric that he had lied to keep up a hoax involving a nonexistent girlfriend two days before the Heisman Trophy winner was announced. In a preview of the interview shown yesterday on “Good Morning America,” Te’o talked about the girlfriend, Lennay Kekua. He mourned her Sept. 12 death from cancer — but it later turned out that she never existed, except as part of an online fraud. “Now I get a phone call on Dec. 6 saying that she’s alive and then I’m going be put on national TV two days later,” Te’o told Couric. “And [they’re going] to ask me about the same question. You know, what would you do?” A Heisman contender, Te’o was passed over for the award, which went to

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This is Te’o’s first oncamera interview since news broke of the fraud behind one the most widely recounted U.S. sports stories last year as Notre Dame made a drive toward the college football national championship game. The interview will be broadcast in its entirety on the daytime talk show “Katie” today. REUTERS

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. “You stuck to the script,” Couric said. “And you knew that something was amiss, Manti.” Te’o replied: “Katie, put yourself in my situation. ... My whole world told me that she died on Sept. 12. Everybody knew that.” REUTERS

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NEW YORK. Federal prosecutors charged three people in as many countries with creating and distributing a computer virus that infected more than a million computers around the world, including some operated by the U.S. space agency and others by banks. The Gozi virus infected at least 40,000 computers in the United States and caused millions of dollars in losses by stealing online banking credentials, the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office said yesterday. The defendants, Latvian Deniss Calovskis, Russian

ATLANTA. An Atlanta man is suing the state of Georgia after his application for a vanity license plate that he said described his sexual orientation was denied. State officials turned down the three choices — 4GAYLIB, GAYPWR and GAYGUY — that James Cyrus Gilbert, 30, submitted on Jan. 2 for a personalized tag, according to a lawsuit filed this month against the commissioner of the Georgia Department of Driver Services. “I am a gay man,” Gilbert said. “I am a taxpayer. I pay my bills just like everyone else.” REUTERS

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A good way for the world to forget that whole pesky drama of Ice-T’s wife, Coco, canoodling with Oakland rapper AP.9 in December? For her to get knocked up with Ice-T’s baby — at some point. “I want a little girl!” Coco tells In Touch in this week’s issue. “We already have the name — Chanel. I want her to be a lawyer!” “Chanel-T” will have to wait a bit in the creation department, however, as Coco is filling in for the pregnant Holly Madison as star of the burlesque Peepshow at Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. “I want a little doll of my own!” she adds. “I could teach her to walk in heels and do her hair.” I, for one, cannot wait. The maternity wear alone is going to be priceless.

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Raczko needs a crash course: George Washington said, “A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.” The Militia Act of 1792 stated that all white males were by definition members of the militia. Whether or not you support the right to arms, you should at least support the right history of arms.

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What would you make to impress someone? “I would make a Templeton Rye Old Fashioned the traditional way, (i.e., not with a bunch of smashed fruit in the bottom of a glass). Just a sugar cube covered with bitters, muddled, with Templeton stirred in and finished with a fat orange rind. And yes, I would seductively rim the glass with the rind before dropping it in. If you are the kind of man or lady that wants a smashed maraschino cherry at the bottom of your glass, you are not the date for me.”

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Joshua has been manning the bar at Royalton’s Forty Four for five years and has created many of the cocktails for the menu. When’s he’s not mixing spirits, he’s likely training. Outside of Royalton, Josh is a competitive fighter trained in Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu and mixed martial arts.

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knew I wanted to be a chef from a very young age,” Hergatt says. When he was 17, he pursued a four-year apprenticeship at a fine-dining restaurant in Cairns that trained him in classic French cooking. After winning countless competitions, he moved to Sydney; a few years later, he became the Chef de Cuisine of The Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton, Sydney. Hergatt moved to the U.S. in 2003 and after a brief stint in both Washington, D.C., and Boston, and he became the executive sous chef of Atelier at The Ritz-Carlton, Central Park. Hergatt promises that

Australian vs. American food From his experience, Hergatt says both Australians and New Yorkers appreciate good eats. “The one thing about Australia is that it’s very organic,” he says. “The food there is very healthy. America is now changing its mind. The way people are looking at food here is changing. They want to know the origin of their food.” Another major difference? Hergatt says Australians eat more veggies and less protein. “America is obsessed with steak,” he says.

the experience at his new restaurant, which boasts only 55 seats, will be “extremely boutique.” “Juni is a compilation of my 21 years of cooking,” he says. Hergatt spent a lot of time at local farms collect-

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SHOP Winter Antiques Show Tomorrow-Feb. 3, Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Ave., $20 This is not your grandma’s tag sale. The most prestigious antiques show in America comes back to the Park Avenue Armory to benefit East Side House Settlement. You can get everything from furniture to works of art. JASON DIAMOND

Brooklyn Nightlife Awards Sunday, 8 p.m., Glasslands Gallery, 289 Kent Ave., Williamsburg, $10 Another year, another night to prove that Brooklyn really is the place to be when the sun goes down. Hosted by the always-entertaining Murray Hill and Merrie Cherry, the Brooklyn Nightlife Awards feature all that is awesome and unique about BK. JD

MUSIC Femi Kuti & the Positive Force Saturday, 8 p.m., Webster Hall, 125 E. 11th St., $30 Femi carries the legacy of his father, Fela Kuti, as a torch to be carried and not a shadow to be escaped. He’s honed the propulsive Afrobeat sound that his father invented, but he’s also pushed to expand its boundaries, collaborating with Mos Def and Common. TOBY

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