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Weiner back on Twitter Two years after an errant tweet landed him in a sexting scandal and prompted him to step down as a state politician, Weiner restarted his relationship with Twitter today with a new handle, @anthonyweiner, and 4,000 followers and counting. Weiner has been openly mulling a run for mayor, and this might be another overture as he considers entering the mayoral race.

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Raising a child

Christine Quinn WILLIAM ALTRISTE

New child care tax credit bill Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced a child care tax credit for middleclass families. The proposed state legislation will allow parents with incomes of up to $170,000 to apply for the tax credit. With child care credits from all state and the federal government, middle-class families will receive tax credits of up to $1,000 for one child and $2,000 for two or more, Quinn said. ALISON BOWEN

Going Green

Electric taxis hit streets Mayor Michael Bloomberg tried out the city’s new electric taxis yesterday, the first of the eco-friendly vehicles to join the city’s fleet of cabs. Six Nissan Leaf taxis hit the streets Monday. ALISON BOWEN

The new legislation would raise the smoking age in New York City to 21 to help curb youth smoking. / GETTY IMAGES

City looks to bump the smoking age up to 21 No smokes. NY has cigarette smokers in its crosshairs once again. The city is cracking down on smoking again, this time by proposing to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21. The City Council is taking up legislation that would make New York City the first major city in the nation to have a minimum smoking age above 19 years.

Several towns in the country have raised the tobacco purchasing age to 21, including Needham, Mass., in 2005, and Canton, Mass., earlier this month. Council Speaker Christine Quinn, one of the bill’s biggest proponents, noted that many smokers in New York start smoking before the age of 21. Her hope is that this legislation could minimize that number. “By delaying our city’s children and young adults’ access to lethal tobacco products, we’re decreasing the likelihood they

ever start smoking,� Quinn said. The legislation’s sponsor, Councilman James Gennaro, was emphatic about the benefits this legislation posed. “When it comes to smoking, the science is clear,� Gennaro said. “The earlier you start, the harder it is for you to quit.� Health Commissioner Thomas Farley noted that one-third of all smokers die from the habit.

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Curbing youth smoking The bill’s advocates estimate that raising the smoking age to 21 could reduce the smoking rate among 18- to 20-year-olds by 55 percent. •

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King says to monitor Muslims After Boston. Rep. Peter King said he believes the FBI should be doing more to keep an eye on Muslims in America, the Washington Times reports. King, a Long Island Republican, reportedly made these statements in an interview Sunday on Fox News. “Ninety-nine percent of Muslims are outstanding Americans, but the fact is, that’s where the threat is coming from,” King said. In another Fox News interview, King noted that he did not think probable cause was needed “just to follow someone.” King is the chairman of the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterintelligence and Terrorism. King said the FBI “overall does such a great job”

but asked if they’re “not flagging these people clearly enough to local law enforcement.” Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the two brothers who are suspected of planting the bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon last week, are ethnically Chechen Muslims. The elder brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was questioned by the FBI a year and a half ago because of his increasingly fundamentalist religious views, but was apparently not monitored further. King advised that the FBI take a cue from the NYPD in its approach to surveilling Muslim communities. “[They should be] going into the communities, monitoring, following if you will, and not being afraid of political correctness,” King asserted.

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No political correctness King has made clear that he is not afraid of political correctness. After a clip of Tom Brokaw was played in which Brokaw stated, “The fact is that Islamic

rage is still out there,” King was asked his thoughts. He responded positively, then scoffed, “If I had said it that strongly two years ago, The New York Times would’ve called for me to be impeached.”


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Boston bombing. Brothers may have been en route to NYC The Tsarnaev brothers, the alleged suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings, were reportedly on their way to New York when they hijacked a car late Thursday night, according to The New York Times. As details of the original plan emerged, Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis said authorities believe the brothers had plans for more attacks. When the brothers stole a Mercedes-Benz sports utility vehicle, they kept the driver hostage while they drove around attempting to use the driver’s ATM card to withdraw cash. The suspects reportedly told the driver they were going to go to New York, a senior United States official reportedly said on Sunday, though it was unclear if they told the driver what they planned to do

Half of NYC is considered working poor Nearly half of the city’s population are poor or nearly poor, according to a new report from the mayor’s administration. According to the city, about 46 percent of New Yorkers made less than 150 percent of the poverty threshold, The New York Times reported. The number of people with jobs has increased, but more people are classified as poor. ALISON BOWEN

Brothers and arms Authorities recovered four firearms they believe the suspects used. •

The brothers made at least five pipe bombs.

An M-4 carbine rifle was found in the boat where the younger brother was captured.

once they arrived. Authorities recovered four firearms they believe the suspects used, and discovered the suspects had made at least five pipe bombs. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino told ABC he believed the brothers acted on their own and were not part of any group.

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Artist Pete Fecteau will use 3,612 Rubik’s Cubes to create a piece of art for “Brain Games,” a new television show on National Geographic. Using a digital template and working on a 43-foot section at a time, he will turn an empty Midtown storefront into a gigantic mural. In 2010, Fecteau created a mural in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. made of Rubik’s Cubes. / BESS ADLER

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Politics. Ninety percent of voters say corruption is a serious problem.

More than 80 percent of New York voters expect more arrests among state lawmakers, a new poll showed. The Siena College poll also revealed that nine of 10 voters believe corruption in the state legislature is a serious problem. Forty-one percent believe it’s a “very serious” problem. The results came the same month that state

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a separate bribery scandal. According to the poll, voters overwhelmingly support legislative term limits 82-17 percent. They also favor limiting candidates to one party line 55-40 percent, and they support having fulltime state lawmakers with no outside jobs 5442 percent. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s favorability rating dipped slightly to 62 percent this month, down from 64 percent in March.

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Mandela takes over Times Square A film installation celebrating the words of Nelson Mandela, the former South African president, is taking over many billboards in Times Square in April. REUTERS


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Bombing suspect charged in hospital bed Suspect. A magistrate judge stood by as Tsarnaev was charged yesterday. Federal prosecutors charged badly wounded Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in his hospital bed yesterday with using a weapon of mass destruction, a charge that could result in the death penalty, officials said. “Although our investigation is ongoing, today’s charges bring a successful end to a tragic week for the city of Boston, and for our country,” U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a statement.

Tsarnaev, 19, was also charged with malicious destruction of property resulting in death. Tsarnaev, an ethnic Chechen college student suspected of carrying out the attacks with his older brother, was unable to speak after he was captured with throat injuries sustained during shootouts with police. The fact that he was charged indicated the previously sedated defendant was communicative because the magistrate judge would have to be satisfied he was aware of the proceedings. Police previously declined to comment on media reports he was communicating with authorities in writing.

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The case. Boston bomb prosecutor is known for tough record on crime As the top federal law enforcer in Massachusetts, U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz has taken heat for being tough to a fault and coming down too hard on some defendants. But as she builds a possible death-penalty case against suspected bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the unflinching approach that earned her opponents in the past could become a legal asset for the biggest

The city of Boston paused at 2:50 p.m. yesterday to mark the moment a week ago when the two bombs made of pressure cookers and packed with nails and ball bearings tore through the crowd. In the days that followed, investigators

examining thousands of images from surveillance video, media coverage and spectators taking pictures were able to pick out two men as suspects, later identified as the Tsarnaev brothers. Police said the suspects made enough additional bombs for them to believe that more attacks were planned.

case of her career, according to attorneys who have faced off against her. “The criticism lately has been that they’ve overcharged some people and been overly harsh,” said Peter Elikann, a Boston defense attorney. “I don’t think that’s relevant for Tsarnaev because no one is going to accuse any prosecutor of making too big a deal out of this case.” REUTERS

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Relationship repairs. US, Afghanistan and Pakistan to meet for talks in Brussels Afghan President Hamid Karzai will travel to Brussels today to meet U.S. Secretary of State of State John Kerry and senior Pakistani officials to discuss the flagging Afghan peace process, an Afghan presidential spokesman said yesterday.

Canada thwarts plot to blow up international rail line Investigation. Police said various Canadian security forces had conducted joint operations in the two cities.

The meeting had been arranged by Kerry in order to repair relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan following weeks of tension relating to border disputes and the peace process, Karzai’s chief spokesman, Aimal Faizi, said in Kabul.

Canadian police said yesterday they had arrested and charged two men with an “al Qaeda-supported� plot to derail a passenger train. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said it had arrested Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, of Montreal, and Raed Jaser, 35, of Toronto in connection with the plot, which authori-

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Atomic weapons

Iran is biggest threat to nuclear pact’s credibility Iran’s nuclear program poses the greatest threat to the credibility of the global pact aimed at halting the spread of atomic weapons, a senior U.S. arms control official said yesterday.

The Islamic Republic has a “long history� of deceiving the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and its nuclear enrichment program far exceeds that needed for civilian use, said Thomas Countryman, assistant secretary for International Security and Nonproliferation. REUTERS

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ties said was not linked to the Boston Marathon bombings but likely had connections to al-Qaeda. Neither is a Canadian citizen. “The RCMP is alleging that Chiheb Esseghaier and Raed Jaser were conspiring to carry out an al Qaeda-supported attack against a VIA passenger train,� Malizia said. VIA is Canada’s equivalent of Amtrak, operating passenger rail services in Canada. U.S. officials said the attack would have targeted a rail line between New York and Toronto, but Canadian police did not confirm that. REUTERS

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Halliburton takes charge in Gulf spill settlement talks Gulf spill. BP had sought to shift blame for the 2010 disaster that hurt the local economy and environment. Halliburton Co. is in talks to settle private claims against it in a trial to determine how to allocate blame for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill, the oil-field services company said yesterday, as it took a $1 billion pretax charge for a possible deal. Disclosure of the “court-facilitated� talks helped push Halliburton shares up more than 3 percent, even though the charge pushed the company to a first-quarter loss. The news came just days after the conclusion of court proceedings for the first phase of the trial over claims brought by

the U.S. government and Gulf Coast states, as well as private parties affected by the worst U.S. offshore oil spill. While Halliburton is not the subject of direct government actions, BP Plc. has tried to hold the company and rig owner Transocean Ltd. partly responsible for damages. Halliburton did the cement work on the Macondo well, which spilled more than 4 million barrels of oil. A BP spokesman would not comment on whether the talks extended beyond Halliburton. Halliburton Chief Executive Officer David Lesar said the company believed an “early and reasonably valued� resolution was in the best interests of shareholders, and its most recent offer included cash components payable over time as well as stock. REUTERS

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Texas. School resumes after blast, but West’s frustrations growing The only one of four schools in a Texas town to escape damage from a deadly fertilizer plant blast reopened yesterday with hugs for students and parents, as some residents expressed frustration they had not been allowed to return to damaged homes. Fourteen people were killed and some 200 injured in the huge

explosions at the West Fertilizer Co. facility that supplied agricultural chemicals and fertilizer to area farmers. The cause of what is assumed to be an industrial accident has not been determined, although the facility stored liquid anhydrous ammonia fertilizer in huge tanks and ammonium nitrate in dry form. REUTERS

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Get a job after graduation

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Martin Yate, best-selling author of “Knock ‘Em Dead: Secrets & Strategies For First-Time Job Seekers,” has these five tips for students.

You’re free The good news is that you got what you wanted: independence. The bad news is that no one is going

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to pick up after you anymore. Whether you fail or succeed in life is now all up to you.

Think it out Many grads want to be successful and have their own business right now. Many try, and most fail and never try again. This failure often stems from lack of practical business skills. All too soon,

Plan ahead You are at the start of what will be a 50-year work life that will

playbook in selecting Peter Salovey, its provost since 2008. Salovey held various administrative roles during his three-decade tenure at the New Haven school. The schools, along with fellow Ivy League member Dartmouth College, will all have new presidents by July 1. All of them looked close to home for leadership, selecting alumni from academia

career management and become successful, or you can leave it up to chance and almost certainly fail.

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No one in corporate America has the time or inclination to find you a nice job based on your degree and objectives. You have to decide on a target job, learn about it and go get it. There is no time to waste.

wage discrimination will push you out of corporate America, so use your core professional career as on-the-job training for making your later entrepreneurial efforts successful.

Ivy league. Princeton chooses a longtime insider as president Princeton University chose a longtime insider as president as universities prepare for new challenges, like greater cost scrutiny and the advent of online education. Princeton’s 20th president, Provost Christopher Eisgruber, sat in the No. 2 role for almost a decade, gaining experience during the financial crisis. Ivy League member Yale University followed the same

feature job changes about every four years. You can either guide the trajectory of your life by learning about

Narrow it down

You will need a résumé focused on a specific job and a LinkedIn profile that reflects that message.

Both are important parts of the new job search, so take advantage of them before you graduate.

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“He is well prepared to provide strong leadership as Princeton makes important decisions in areas ranging from online learning to globalization to increasing the diversity of our campus community.” Kathryn Hall, chair of the Princeton Board of Trustees

Princeton University has chosen a new president who promises to address issues from online learning to increasing diversity. WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

with administrative experience as president. In their choice, the search committees steered clear of high-profile candidates from politics and government such as Dartmouth

alumnus and former Treasury secretary Timothy Geithner, or Yale law grad Hillary Clinton. “They didn’t bring in a change agent, but someone to continue steering

the ship in the direction it was already going in,” says Raymond D. Cotton, an attorney who works with universities on leadership and governance. Eisgruber, 51, a constitutional scholar, has been Princeton’s provost since 2004 and a member of the faculty since 2001. He

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CHAVEZ ABSENCE WILL BE FELT How did you connect with the “people” your book references? I was living and teaching in Venezuela in 20062007, and my students were political organizers from across Venezuela who had come to study in Caracas. They provided intimate access to people that others might not be able to interview: radical organizers from across the country, former guerrillas, militia members and leaders of a variety of social movements that contributed to Hugo

Chavez’s rise to power. Chavez is a polarizing figure in Latin America. What did you make of that? Chavez was certainly a polarizing person, but social change rarely comes without polarization. In some senses it was this very question that drew me to study Venezuela: political science and other academic scholarship on the subject in the United States is dreadful, tending to simply echo common misconceptions

or impose a vision of U.S.-style democracy on Venezuela. What did you discover on the ground in your research about Chavez? What I found in practice was not a strongman, but an increasingly conscious and mobilized population ripe with social movements. Chavez played a major role in pushing this development forward. His absence will certainly be felt.

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Khloe Kardashian out on ‘X-Factor’

Khloe Kardashian has been booted off Fox’s “The X Factor,” while her co-host Mario Lopez will remain for the third season. “Khloe Kardashian will not be returning to co-host ‘The X Factor,’” the show’s producers said in a statement. “We really enjoyed working with her and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.” (Translation: Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, KK!) Lopez will join returning judges Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato, with at least one more judge yet to be announced. “I’m thrilled Mario is back for Season 3 of ‘The X Factor,’” said Cowell in a statement. “Hosting a

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Lachey to raise son in Ohio

No disrespect to L.A., but Nick Lachey doesn’t think it’s any place to raise a child — at least not his 7-month-old son, Camden. Which is why he and wife Vanessa Minnillo are packing up and heading to Ohio, he tells Access Hollywood. “I loved growing up in Cincinnati, where I’m from. My brother’s there, his kids are there, my parents are there,” Lachey says. “I want to try to give him the most normal childhood he can have.”

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Bynes’ behavior explained So what’s the source of Amanda Bynes’ latest spate of bizarre antics during her stay in New York City? “Amanda’s increasingly disturbing behavior is related to the fact that she smokes pot,” a source claims to Radar Online. “It makes her more paranoid and instead of mellowing

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her out, it does the opposite. Amanda begins talking faster and just can’t seem to sit still.” Bynes was most recently photographed walking the NYC streets with a massive scarf obscuring her face and head. Pot? Is that what they’re calling meth these days? I don’t know. I’m old.

With the mug shot from her arrest in Atlanta for disorderly conduct making the rounds, Reese Witherspoon is speaking out about the headlinemaking incident. “Out of respect for the ongoing legal situation, I cannot comment on everything that is being reported right now,” Witherspoon says in a statement. “But I do want to say I clearly had one drink too many and I am deeply embarrassed about the things I said. It was definitely a scary situation and I was frightened for my husband, but that is no excuse. I was disrespectful to the officer who was just doing his job. I have nothing but respect for the police and I’m very sorry for my behavior.” Witherspoon reportedly got into an argument with an officer (she infamously played the “Don’t you know who I am?” card) after husband Jim Toth was pulled over on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Both were arrested and briefly jailed.

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Ozzy Osbourne may have come clean about his recent battles with drugs and alcohol, but that doesn’t mean the public gesture was enough to patch things up with wife Sharon Osbourne, according to the Daily Star. “She just wants out at this point,” a source says. “Ozzy seems to think he can win her back, but Sharon isn’t so sure as she’s been living in a private hell.” Exactly what kind of a private hell are we talking about here? “He kept accusing Sharon of trying to kill him. It was heartbreaking for her,” the source says. “He was living in an imaginary

world for most of the time and seeing a lot of things that weren’t even there. He was running around in the same clothes all

the time, not washing.” Come on. None of this can be new for Sharon, right? She must be used to this by this point.


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CHRISTA PARRAVANI In her attempts to understand her twin sister’s downward spiral, the author follows in her footsteps, losing her marriage and nearly her life.

WITH OR WITHOUT HER In the gripping memoir “Her,” Christa Parravani describes what it was like to grow up alongside — then lose to a drug overdose — her identical twin. And she begins with a startling statistic: After a twin dies, the surviving twin’s life is immediately at risk. In her attempts to understand her sister’s downward spiral (which starts by eating one of her pills, found wedged in a crack on the kitchen floor) she follows in her footsteps, losing her marriage and nearly her life. She

the memoir, she incorporated some of her sister’s writings, found under her bed in a Tupperware container.

told Metro about using the book as a way to crawl out of that space — to pen

How did you decide when to use Cara’s writings? When something would get really difficult for me — it felt too emotional or I’d gotten to a place where I felt like I couldn’t go on because I was exhausted, I was sad or I just kind of plain missed her — I thought, here’s the moment to allow Cara into the book. In the beginning of writing, she was

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to be so unflinchingly honest? It seems like you held nothing back. I wrote the book as if no one would ever read it. It was sort of a love letter to my sister. It was a way to tell her that I loved her and not to be forgotten.

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‘Parties’ shines with warmth and Light Review. Sparkling performances from Jessica Hecht and Judith Light make this witty Yuletide banter shine all the brighter. Jews celebrating Christmas, without a Chinese restaurant in sight: It would seem like a premise without much promise. But in “The Assembled Parties,” at the Samuel J.

Friedman Theatre, playwright Richard Greenberg turns gossamer into gold, with a healthy dose of warmth and humor. Sparkling performances from Jessica Hecht and Judith Light make his witty Yuletide banter shine all the brighter. In a rambling apartment on the Upper West Side, Julie (Hecht), sisterin-law Faye (Light), son Tim (Alex Dreier or Jake Silbermann), and family friend Jeff (Jeremy Shamos) share two Christmas dinners 20 years apart. The first, in 1980, is wide-

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ly attended; in 2000 it’s just the foursome. Both are hosted by Julie, who gave up a brief but brilliant film career to raise a family. And family is what the play’s about. Julie and Faye have known the joy and especially the pain of marriage and mother-

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captures all her contradictions with gentle grace. And Shamos, as a friend of Julie’s older son half in love with her, adds a note of quiet, steadfast support. A little light in substance, “The Assembled Parties” is sometimes

heavy-handed in exposition. But its spirit — Julie’s embrace of life as beautifully embodied by Hecht — transcends its minor flaws.

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slides for accessibility and a more unique experience. Smaller boats mean you can slip into smaller ports of call — you usually just walk off the boat and into the center of town. But riverboat companies aren’t naive, nor are they stuffy. They include the perks Americans know and love: fullservice cocktail lounges with live entertainment, Internet cafes, excursions and, yes, even all-you-caneat breakfast and lunch buffets (as well as a formal sit-down dinner every night). Wallace is celebrating the launch of the latest addition to their fleet, the River Splendor. The new vessel, part of a $120 million investment by Vantage, has a busy year ahead: After its March christening in Antwerp, Belgium, it will spend this year cruising the Rhine, Main and Danube rivers

between Amsterdam and the Black Sea on Vantage’s most popular package, the Majestic Rivers of Europe: Castles, Cathedrals and Fairytales (with stops in Vienna, Budapest and the Czech Republic). It will also be part of Vantage’s Gateway to the Black Sea itinerary that takes travelers from Budapest along the Danube all the way to the Black Sea resort of Constanta, Romania. So, with these trips, instead of onboard bowling you’ll just have to enjoy a home-hosted lunch with a family in Croatia instead. In lieu of a Broadway musical at night, you’ll have to settle for an exclusive classical concert at the Kursalon in Vienna. Sounds like a pretty good trade-off, no?

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STYLE You’re about to go on tour with Pitbull. How do you keep on top of your beauty regimen on the road? I could go for two days without a shower, but I always take care of my skin and my face. The rest of my life is chaos, but I’m pretty religious about that. I cleanse and moisturize all the time because I’m prone to having dry skin. I’ve also started putting a tiny, pea-size amount of retinol in my night cream. It supposedly helps your skin exfoliate constantly.

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In your song “TiK ToK,” you sing about brushing your teeth with a bottle of Jack. Are you the type to fall asleep with your makeup on? Whiskey isn’t necessarily my first choice when it comes to dental hygiene. I always wash my face. Sometimes I just leave the eyes because I like my makeup better the next morning, it looks naturally wild. It creates this sexy, smoky eye that I don’t know how to create myself. It looks great. Speaking of eyes, you seem to have a thing for glitter. I cover myself in glitter! I pour it on the ground, lay in it and roll around. Then my glitter roadie sprinkles it all over me. His job is to make sure every inch of my body is covered. Is he a makeup artist? No, he just has a beard. Your hair — the waves, the cornrows — it must be high maintenance. My hair is a constant battle. It’s like the fifth member of my band. I have to keep it healthy. But it’s a struggle when I’m bleaching and styling it constantly. So I sleep in Kerastase Deep Condition-

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er, Bumble and Bumble Mending Conditioner or Moroccan Oil. When I don’t have someone prodding my head, I tie it up in a messy bun. You recently wrapped filming your MTV documentary, “Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life.” Did you keep on a full face of makeup throughout? You’ll see me with no makeup, no hair [done], no nothing. I’m running around without a bra on, looking so disheveled. A lot of tabloids have made a big deal about your recent weight loss.

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Talking to your children about the Boston bombings Parental guidance. How parents should handle psychological injuries following terrifying ordeals. One week after the Boston Marathon bombings, the healing is only just beginning for many families dealing with the less tangible injuries of psychological trauma. Metro asked Dr. Kate Roberts, a Massachusetts-based child psychologist and parenting coach at Kate Roberts & Associates, how parents should handle psychological injuries following such terrifying ordeals. “Children directly affected will have symptoms of acute trauma reaction — things like not

being able to stop thinking about the event,” she says. “Their mind jumps back on images even if they’re playing or busy doing something. They experience troubling, intrusive thoughts. Noises and the unexpected can be especially startling.” Parents might share similar symptoms, which can also include sadness and mood changes. But for children, traumatic events are a very new experience: “There’s a depersonalization,” says Dr. Roberts. “Their world is shaken and they don’t have enough life experience to put it into context.” The endless media loop covering events like Boston and Sandy Hook can be harrowing, particularly to young minds. To support a child’s healing process, Dr. Roberts advises parents to start a

dialogue and be patient. “Ask them how they feel, but don’t push it if they are reluctant to talk,” she says. “If your child is exhibiting signs of fear — perhaps they’re reluctant to go to the playground — don’t force them. Reintroduce children to normal activities incrementally and only fully engage when they are ready.” Parents are often eager to see improvement in their child’s behavior and emphasize positive signals, while ignoring negative ones. “In due time more normal activity will ensue,” Dr. Roberts says, “but initially there’s not a lot of space where they feel comfortable, because they are not comfortable in their own minds.”

shouldn’t err on the side of caution. “Engage the child in counseling — the earlier, the better. Family counseling is important

so that parents can be there and understand the healthy coping mechanism the child adopts and then reinforce it.”

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What to expect when you’re expecting after the age of 35 Pregnancy. Dr. Glade Curtis is a national authority on pregnancy. Now he turns his knowledge to the mid-30s set. As author of 18 books on women’s and baby’s health, Dr. Glade Curtis is a national authority on pregnancy. A newly revised edition of “Your Pregnancy: After 35” is the latest addition to the authoritative “Your Pregnancy: Week by Week” series, co-authored by Consumer

and Family Studies expert Judith Schuler. The updates are geared toward an ever-increasing proportion of women who choose to have children in their mid30s and beyond. What did you consider when updating this book? I think it’s critical, when people want information about their health and pregnancy, that the information is up-to-date. I looked at every part of it to add new information, including how the science has changed. I think one of the more exciting areas for this population of pregnant women is all of

about pregnancy at this age? They’re more informed, and they’re more aware of potential risks and problems. They have taken good care of themselves — if you compare that to an 18-year-old who wasn’t trying to get pregnant, then it becomes clear that we don’t need to be scared to death of these pregnancies.

the things we’re learning about genetics and genetic counseling. What are the best parts

What do women find most useful about this book? The most important thing is being armed with accurate information so that when they visit their doctors they can ask the appropriate questions. The other thing is reassurance. For any woman and any couple, being pregnant is scary — the book reassures women that these are normal things that are happening. What are some of the field’s most important new medical advances? One of the most exciting advances is all that has happened in ultrasound

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technology. Ultrasound has gotten so good, and there are so many things we can do to evaluate the baby and help with the pregnancy. What should expectant couples keep in mind during a pregnancy?

I think it’s always important to remember to enjoy the miracle of birth. Enjoy the excitement, the fun and the miracle of having a baby.

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LETTERS AND GAMES

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Letters

Horoscope

Taurus | April 21 - May 21. People whose work you oversee will likely require some skillful management. Their production could suffer.

Leo | July 23 - Aug. 22. If you hope to really get things done, you’ll have to be industrious. If you’re neglectful, matters will only get worse.

Gemini | May 22 - June 20. Taking a risk on an unpredictable situation could be an exercise in futility. This might be one of those days when even sure things are difficult. Cancer | June 21 - July 22. Rather than respond in kind, make an effort to be affectionate with your special someone.

Scorpio | Oct. 23 - Nov. 21. If you feel impelled to do something for another, do it out of the goodness of your heart.

Aquarius | Jan. 21 Feb 18. Don’t get into a situation similar to one that has caused you all kinds of problems in the past.

Virgo | Aug. 23 - Sept. 22. If your credit cards are too accessible, there is a strong possibility that you will waste your money on extravagances.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22 Dec. 21. Watch out, because there’s a strong possibility you might spend funds that will be needed in the future. Don’t opt for instant gratification.

Pisces | Feb. 19 - March 20. Just because you know the other party well is no reason to ignore the details in a joint agreement. Leave no reason for problems to develop down the line.

Libra | Sept. 23 - Oct. 22. Should you have to deal with a surly, impossible to please individual, don’t blame yourself. You didn’t fail, he or she did.

Capricorn | Dec. 22 - Jan 20. Be mindful of whom you talk to. Don’t squander all your attention on a hot shot who doesn’t give a hoot.

Aries | March 21 - April 20. Your associates will not be manipulated if they don’t like the way you want to handle a project. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Some expert! Re: “Don’t frack New York” (Metro, April 19-21) Mark Ruffalo, actor and activist, who was born in Wisconsin and lives Los Angeles, has undertaken to save New York from the horrors of hydrologic fracturing. He recites a litany of ecological disasters which it supposedly causes without citing any evidence. He then invokes some so-called experts to advocate largescale development of alternative energy sources without explaining how they would work. The trouble is, they won’t work. His so called experts may have mastered the intricacies of political correctness, but they do not understand Ohm’s Law.

Let the future be a surprise Re: “Welcome to the future” (Metro, Earth Day edition, April 22) Although it’s fun to try to predict the future, no one can. When I was a child in the 1950s, the future for me was jet packs, flying cars and, as in every future prediction, robot servants. Well, we all know how that turned out. Thirty years ago we didn’t have cell phones or the Internet, but no one was predicting them then, either. Why try to predict it? RALPH BRESCIA, VIA E-MAIL

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Memories of opener fade in Game 2 defeat NBA. The Nets brick their way to a loss as the series heads back to Chicago.

This was the style the entire world expected in a playoff game between the Nets and Bulls. There would be no more pushing the tempo and running up and down the court for transition baskets like Game 1. Instead the Nets found themselves in a grinding postseason game that had several similarities to their four regular season games against the Bulls, when they didn’t score more than 90 points in any one. A late run at the end of the first half seemed to indicate they could but a slow start in the second half eventually doomed the Nets to a 90-82 loss last night, ensuring they will play a fifth game seven days from now at home. First they will have to play two games in Chicago with Game 3 coming

Thursday night and Game 4 taking place Saturday afternoon. The Nets started 2-for9 then went 16-for-30 to get within one at halftime on a C.J. Watson buzzerbeating 3-pointer. It was among the few times they did not encounter resistance from Chicago’s vaunted defense. The Nets missed their first five shots of the second half and went 2-for-19 with 11 points in the third quarter. The Nets rarely developed a consistent rhythm offensively, epitomized by Deron Williams, who scored eight points on 1-for-9 shooting. Williams missed his first six shots before he hit a long jumper with 6:35 remaining in the third. Joe Johnson was not much better. Johnson missed his first four shots of the second half, finishing with 17 points on 6-for18 shooting. Brook Lopez led the Nets with 21.

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Luol Deng and the Bulls evened up the series with a win in Brooklyn. / BRUCE BENNETT, GETTY IMAGES

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Smith and the Knicks face Boston in Game 2 tonight at 8 p.m. / GETTY IMAGES

start while guard Iman Shumpert was rehabbing from a torn ACL. “We bumped heads time to time, but I appreciate everything that he’s done for me,” Smith said about Woodson. “I’ve been known as such a selfish player for so long, I just wanted to show everybody that I can be a team guy and it’s all about team.” TONY WILLIAMS

McClain arrested again New Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain continued to add to his rap sheet yesterday. The 23-year-old was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. McClain was arrested in January for having tinted windows and then lying to police about his identity. More seriously, he was convicted of four misdemeanors last May for his involvement in a shooting. Those were later dismissed.


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