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Ground Zero landing gear: Is it a hoax? Unpleasant memories. A piece of an airliner that might be from the Sept. 11 attack was found behind the Park 51 Islamic center. Investigation. The gear was wedged in a small gap between two buildings. Police are testing to see whether it is real or a prank. PAGE 02

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Condom condemnation


Clara Sierra says she was accused of being a prostitute by the NYPD for having a condom. / BESS ADLER

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Senator seeks therapy ban Sen. Brad Hoylman has introduced a bill that would legally prohibit mental health professionals from using “conversion therapies” meant to turn gay teens straight, the NY Daily News reported. Hoylman, who has a husband and a 2-year-old daughter, slammed the practice as “increas[ing] the stigma in society and creat[ing] a culture of unacceptance for young gay and lesbian people.”

“It is not only impossible, but it is detrimental to young people to attempt to convert them.” HOYLMAN

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Prisoners give Yelp reviews Inmates are using Yelp to rate prisons, the Washington Post reports. A Rikers reviewer advises inmates to say they’re Jewish for Matzoh. Queens Central Booking is “run smoother” than others in NYC. EMILY JOHNSON

Tragic crime

Teen threw dead newborn down chute A Bronx woman put her dead newborn in a bag and threw it down a garbage chute on Saturday, police said. An investigation is ongoing as to whether the baby was born alive. The 19-year-old gave



birth to the premature baby at home and sought treatment at Albert Einstein University Hospital, where she told workers how she disposed of the body. The woman was charged with misappropriation of a cadaver. An autopsy will determine if she faces further charges. EMILY JOHNSON

Breast-feeding advocacy job to pay $70k “Nanny” Mayor Michael Bloomberg is about to become a wet nurse. The city has set aside $70,000 to hire a manager who will oversee an initiative encouraging breastfeeding in Brooklyn.

The Breast-Feeding Empowerment Zone will reach out to certain Brooklyn communities with free consultations, home visits, and education about the health and financial benefits of breast-feeding. A Health Department job listing for the position quoted a salary of $73,000. EMILY JOHNSON

NYers ask cops to stop confiscating condoms Pushing change. Advocates say condoms as evidence hurts public health. Clara Sierra was leaving a club after a night out when cops accused her of being a prostitute. Sierra, 40, said she was trying to find her way back home after leaving a club when cops approached her. The police were sure they were right when they found two condoms. Sierra spent 10 days in Rikers. Advocates say too many New Yorkers land in jail after cops confiscate condoms. Some are people like Sierra. Many transgender people report that cops assume they are sex workers.

And despite one’s reasons for walking on a sidewalk, everyone should practice safe sex, especially prostitutes, advocates say. Sierra is one of the people pushing Albany this week to approve legislation barring condoms as prostitution evidence. Supporters of the No Condoms as Evidence Bill say taking away condoms poses a public health threat. “It is a waste of money and a shame that the Health Department gives out condoms and the police take them away and destroy them,” said Sierra, an educator at Harm Reduction Educators, which helps sex workers. In Long Island, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice banned using condoms as evidence, saying losing condoms was not worth a “limited courtroom gain.”

Xiona Geovane, 35, told Metro that two weeks ago on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens, cops accused her and a friend of prostitution. They arrested them after finding condoms in her friend’s purse, she said, and they spent the weekend in jail. “I shouldn’t be afraid to be walking with condoms,” Geovane said. The NYPD defended its practice, saying it nabs pimps. “We do not understand why anyone would want to ban the use of condoms in helping to prove cases against pimps and sex traffickers and to shut down brothels,” NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said. “That’s what the bill sought by these advocates in fact does, and that’s why we oppose it.”

Clara Sierra was arrested for carrying condoms. / BESS ADLER


Is landing gear near WTC a hoax?

A police officer stands guard outside of 51 Park. / DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN

The NYPD has reported that a piece of landing gear, seemingly from one of the airplanes that crashed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, has been found behind the Park 51 Islamic cultural center. The object is wedged in an 18-inch space between 51 Park Place and 50 Murray St. Over the weekend, NYPD officers were sta-

tioned in front of the entrance to 51 Park Place, which was cordoned off with police tape. The NYPD is treating the area as an active crime scene, and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner is slated to determine whether to sift the surrounding soil for possible human remains. However, it is not known whether the part is from one of those

specific planes. In a photo provided by the NYPD, a rope intertwined with the machinery is visible. Police are not ruling out the possibility that it may have been lowered into the space from the roof, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told the Times. According to the Post, the landing gear is about 17 inches wide. DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN

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Sexual abuse

Allegations. Bronx D.A. finds ‘pattern’ of abuse at Horace Mann Bronx prosecutors revealed that an investigation found a “systemic pattern� of alleged sexual abuse at the Horace Mann School, including 12 different alleged abusers, but that they could not prosecute. After a New York Times article detailed allegations of decades of abuse at the private school, the City Council asked the Bronx District Attorney to investigate. The D.A. set up a hotline where victims could call. About 30 people phoned in during about a 10-month period. Officials conducted 60 interviews, 25 with victims of alleged abuse. Prosecutors found a “systemic pattern of alleged abuse beyond what was outlined� in the article. The alleged actions ranged from inappropriate behavior to sexual

Teacher arrested for sex with teen Evelyn Rogers, 33, a Brooklyn teacher, was arrested for having sex with a 15-yearold male student, according to the office of the Special Commissioner of Investigation Richard Condon. LAURA SHIN

Bronx D.A. explains


The D.A. noted school oďŹƒcials are required to report suspected abuse by a parent, but not fellow employees


Another loophole is that a law addressing child abuse in an “educational setting� does not apply to private schools, prosecutors said.

intercourse and criminal sexual acts. But prosecutors said they cannot prosecute the cases, citing reasons including the statue of limitations having passed. “This certainly highlights an alarming gap in New York State’s mandatory reporting laws,� the D.A.’s report said. ALISON


Apple crook

Cops after iPad thief

Old meets new at Hester Street Fair McKenzie Muscat helps out Kim Lash at her clothing stall during the opening day of the Hester Street Fair. The artisans market began its fourth season April 27. The fair, which boasts a mix of vintage and new artisan-crafted creations as well as more than 20 food stands, celebrated its opening day with live music. The fair takes place on the corner of Hester and Essex streets in Manhattan every Saturday through Oct. 26. / AARON ADLER

Police are looking for a man who stole an iPad from a woman on a subway in late March. The suspect reportedly ripped the iPad from the hands of a woman, 24, on a northbound Q train as it was about to leave the Seventh Avenue station in Brooklyn. DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN



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Group pushes for horseless Central Park Jazz Age ride. A car designer is building a vehicle that he hopes will end the use of horse-drawn carriages in Central Park. Horse-drawn carriage rides have been an attraction in Central Park for many years, but an activist group is pushing to replace them with electric Summer is coming

Long Island beach is open Orient Beach in Long Island reopened this weekend for the first time since Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced. Sandy wrecked the beach, on the north fork of Long Island, ruining the main road and several buildings. Cuomo said the state will reopen more than 30 parks in time for Memorial Day weekend. ALISON BOWEN

cars that recall another bygone era: the Roaring Twenties. Exotic car designer Jason Wenig is working with New Yorkers for Safe, Clean and Livable Streets (NYCLASS) to build a $450,000 prototype of the horseless carriage. If the pilot project goes forward, the car could arrive in Central Park within a year. “Passengers will feel like they are being transported into the ‘Great Gatsby’ era in a modern car,” said Allie Feldman,

an organizer for NYClass. The ultimate goal, according to the advocacy group, is to eliminate the use of horse-drawn carriages in the city — a practice they say is inhumane, pointing to the animals’ long working hours and lack of pasture time. City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has voiced opposition to the idea, saying the Central Park Conservancy had concerns about the project. EMILY JOHNSON

Reptile amnesty day. Three gators handed over in Suffolk Co. Three alligators were turned in and no questions were asked on Saturday at the Suffolk County SPCA’s first amnesty day for illegal reptiles and amphibians. The alligators, which measured between 3 and 4 1/2 feet, were not the only cold-blooded pets released into the SPCA’s care, the Daily News reported. A boa constrictor, several tortoises and

a turtle were also handed over to the group. Illegal pets have long been a problem in Long Island, where nine alligators were found in the fall of last year. “They do not make good pets,” SPCA Chief Roy Gross said. “There’s a reason why they’re illegal. “Stick to your cats and dogs.” EMILY JOHNSON

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Sakura Matsuri celebration Tens of thousands turned out this weekend for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Sakura Matsuri Fest and to see the cherry blossoms in bloom. PHOTOS BY KIMBERLY SENTNER

Two women dress as anime characters at the Botanic Garden fest.

People pack the Cherry Esplanade to listen to Taiko drumming at Sakura Matsuri fest.

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A robot police officer greets festivalgoers at the Cherry Esplanade.

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Tensions. Two police officers shot as Italian government sworn in Two Italian police officers were shot and wounded yesterday outside the prime minister’s office in Rome as new premier Enrico Letta’s government was being sworn in just a miles away. It was not clear whether the attack by a man police said was unemployed was linked to the launch of the new government at a time of

deep political divisions and social tensions exacerbated by a long slump in the economy. Newly installed Interior Minister Angelino Alfano said the attack appeared to be an “isolated act” that did not suggest any wider security threat. But there were immediate calls for politicians to try to calm a volatile public mood. REUTERS

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Mary Thom, 68, killed in NY motorcycle accident Feminist and former women’s magazine editor Mary Thom was killed in a motorcycle

crash over the weekend in Yonkers, N.Y. Thom crashed her motorcycle on the Saw Mill Parkway on Friday evening, said Eleanor Smeal, publisher of Ms. Magazine and a close friend of Thom. REUTERS


Bangladesh toll reaches 377, building owner under arrest Collapse. Anger over the disaster has sparked days of protests and clashes. The owner of a factory building that collapsed in Bangladesh and killed hundreds of garment workers was arrested yesterday trying to flee to India, as hopes of finding more survivors from industrial accident began to fade. Mohammed Sohel Rana was arrested by the elite Rapid Action Battalion in the border town of Benapole, Dhaka District Police Chief Habibur Rahman told Reuters, ending a four-day manhunt that began after Rana Plaza, which housed factories making low-cost garments for Western retailers, caved in on Wednesday. Bangladesh television

Bangladeshi police fire teargas after relatives of the missing and dead burst into angry protests at the disaster site of an eight-story building that collapsed last week. / GETTY IMAGES

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Lawmakers press Obama to help out Syrian rebels Military. Syria acknowledged for the first time last July that it possessed chemical and biological weapons. Republican senators yesterday pressed President Barack Obama to intervene in Syria’s civil war, saying America could attack Syrian air bases with missiles but should not send in ground troops. Pressure is mounting on the White House to do more to help Syrian rebels fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad, which the Obama administration last week said had probably used chemical arms in the conflict. Neutralizing the government forces’ air advantage over the rebels


Military. France’s foreign firepower threatened by cuts Explosions echo through a valley in southern France, sending up plumes of smoke as four Caesar self-propelled guns fire at distant targets in drills that mirror operations in Mali. It’s a show of firepower organized by arms manufacturer Nexter to demonstrate the guns to the press and which underlines the role of the army in a conflict that has

bolstered France’s standing as a nation that can project military force. Yet the message may fall on deaf ears in Paris. France’s $40 billion defense budget, already watered down in recent years, could be on the chopping block as President Francois Hollande seeks savings to offset a groaning deficit and weak economic growth. REUTERS


A woman mourns during the funeral of the Syrian refugees who were killed during an explosion in the northern city of Ramtha, which houses hundreds of refugees, in January. / GETTY IMAGES

“could turn the tide of battle pretty quickly,” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham told CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “One way you can stop the Syrian air force from flying is to bomb the Syr-

ian air bases with cruise missiles,” the South Carolina senator said. Graham said international action was needed to bring the conflict to a close but “you don’t need boots on the ground from

the U.S. point of view.” More than 70,000 people have died in Syria’s two-year-old civil war. So far, the United States has limited its involvement to providing non-lethal aid to rebels. REUTERS

Iraq watchdog suspends TV for inciting violence Iraq has suspended the licenses of satellite news network Al Jazeera and nine other channels, accusing them of inciting

violence through their coverage of recent sectarian clashes. The Communication and Media Commission regulator criticized their reporting of violence triggered by a security-forces raid on a Sunni Muslim protest camp in Hawija last Tuesday. REUTERS

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College. Court may limit use of race in admission decisions Thirty-five years after the Supreme Court set the terms for boosting college admissions of AfricanAmericans and other minorities, the court may be about to issue a ruling that could restrict universities’ use of race in deciding who is awarded places. The case before the justices was brought by Abigail Fisher, a white suburban Houston student who asserted she was wrongly rejected by


the University of Texas at Austin while minority students with similar grades and test scores were admitted. The ruling is the only one the court has yet to issue following oral arguments in cases heard in October and November, the opening months of the court’s annual term that lasts until the early summer. A decision might come as early as Monday, before the start of a twoweek recess. REUTERS

Since 1978, the Supreme Court has been at the center of disputes over when universities may consider applicants’ race. / RIKARD LARMA, METRO

Bombing. During his interview, Anzor Tsarnaev denied Tamerlan had any contact with militants during his stay. The parents of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects have retreated to a village in southern Russia to seek shelter from the spotlight. They’ve abandoned plans for now to travel to the United States, the father of the suspects told Reuters yesterday. Speaking in the garden of a large house, Anzor Tsarnaev said he believed he would not be allowed to see his surviving son Dzhokhar, who was captured and has been charged in connection with the April 15 bomb blasts that killed three

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Anzor Tsarnaev, father of suspected bombers, brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, speaks with journalists as mother Zubeidat Tsarnaeva looks at him during a news conference. / GETTY IMAGES

people and wounded 264. “Unfortunately I can’t help my child in any way. I am in touch with Dzhokhar’s and my own lawyers. They told me they would let me know [what to do],” Tsarnaev said in an interview in the village where he relocated with the suspects’

mother. He agreed to the faceto-face meeting on condition that the village’s location in the North Caucasus, a string of mainly Muslim provinces in southern Russia, not be disclosed. “I am not going back to the United States. For

now I am here. I am ill,” said Tsarnaev, pacing nervously in the garden at sunset in the quiet village set in rolling hills and surrounded by cow pastures. His face gaunt and tired, Tsarnaev said he suffered from high blood pressure and a heart condition. REUTERS

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Diversity. A case in Texas could change affirmative action nationwide. Thirty-five years after the Supreme Court set the terms for boosting college admissions of AfricanAmericans and other minorities, the court may be about to issue a ruling that could restrict universities’ use of race in deciding who is awarded a spot. The case before the justices was brought by Abigail Fisher, a white suburban Houston student who asserts she was wrongly rejected by the University of Texas at Austin while minority students with similar grades and test scores were admitted. The ruling is the only one the court has yet to issue following oral arguments in cases heard in October and November, the opening months of the court’s annual term which lasts until the early summer. A decision may come as early as today, before the start of a two-week recess. As hard as it is to predict when a ruling will be announced, it is more difficult to say how it might change the law. Still, even a small move in the Texas case could mark the beginning of a new chapter limiting college administrators’ dis-

cretion in using race in deciding on admissions. For decades, dating back at least to the John F. Kennedy administration of the 1960s, leaders have struggled with what “affirmative action” should be taken to help minorities. In the early years, it was seen as a way to remedy racial prejudice and discrimination; in recent decades, it’s a way to bring diversity to campuses and workplaces. Since 1978, the Supreme Court has been at the center of disputes over when universities may consider applicants’ race. In that year’s groundbreaking decision involving a University of California medical school, the justices forbade quotas but said schools could weigh race with other factors. In another seminal case, the court in 2003 affirmed the use of race in admissions to create diversity in colleges. Marvin Krislov, now president of Oberlin College in Ohio and a past vice president of the University of Michigan, says that university administrators are concerned about how broadly the ruling may sweep and whether it will reduce the number of minority students. “Colleges and universities care deeply about student body diversity,” he says, adding of his colleagues in higher educa-


“The court seems to have been leaning away from allowing affirmative action for some time. If they close the door, that potentially is a very big deal.” University of Virginia law professor John Jeffries

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ENTERTAINMENT Monday, April 29, 2013


O’Brien: Don’t mess with Boston

As host of Saturday night’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, the annual event where journalists and celebrities mix with the Washington elite, host Conan O’Brien made the following amazing observation about his hometown: “It’s been

said recently that you don’t mess with Boston,” said the Brookline native and Harvard grad. “As someone who grew up there, I’d like to echo that sentiment. It’s really pretty simple: If you’re going to pick on a city, don’t choose one where nine out of 10 people are related to a cop.”

Rose McGowan: Blond ambition Rose McGowan says her new platinum tresses give her a toughness she hadn’t had before. “Part of [going blond] is because I’ve been told [brunettes] look accessible and pleasing to the men in L.A. so as not to scare them,” she says. “But then, I realized, I always scare them, so f— it. I’m just going to do whatever I want.” McGowan is so fierce during our interview, it is hard to believe that the whole point in her talking to me is to promote the limited-edition rose wine, Apothi Rose (pronounced like the flower, hence the hiring of McGowan; get it?). “I only drink Rosé, isn’t that funny?” she says. What’s not funny? The current battles of the sexes in Hollywood. “It’s all frat guys. The execs and the agents. They are people who went to law school, and it wasn’t sexy enough, so they wanted to come have sex with actresses. It’s not like they want to be a part of great filmmaking or anything.”


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Dating Martha Stewart? Martha Stewart once turned to online dating site to help her find a boyfriend — but she couldn’t go through with it. “I started laughing halfway down the page,” she tells Matt Lauer in an interview. “It was, like, impossible.” But Stewart insists, at least, that if she does go through with an online dating profile, she wouldn’t hide her identity. “I want to do my real thing,” she says. I would totally date Martha Stewart, if only for her to re-tile my bathroom after sex.

4 Gwyneth Paltrow takes it off — all off

While Gwyneth Paltrow has received high marks from fashionistas for the sheer side panels in the gown she wore to the “Iron Man 3” premiere last week, not everyone was a fan of the underwearfree look. The Oscarwinning actress tells Ellen DeGeneres that she was “humiliated” by the bad press the gown received. “I kind of had a disaster. I was doing a show and I changed there and I went and I couldn’t wear underwear,” Paltrow says of the decision to rock the look. “Let’s just say everyone went scrambling for a razor.”




DON CHEADLE The actor talks about filming one of the biggest superhero franchises and going joke for joke with Robert Downey Jr.

GUNNING FOR HIS SPOT ON THE AVENGERS TEAM Don Cheadle has been on a pretty intense world tour for “Iron Man 3,” and it’s beginning to wear on him. “I’m beat, but you know. It’s the home stretch,” he offers with a shrug as we sit down to start our interview. That home stretch, by the way, is nothing to sneeze at: “We leave Thursday for New York, Toronto, it just goes on,” he says. But when you’re promoting one of the biggest superhero franchises on the planet — playing James “Rhodey” Rhodes, who suits up as Iron Man’s government-sanctioned counterpart Iron Patriot — this kind of schedule is par for the course. With a movie this size, I guess it’s what you signed up for. Yeah, you forget that. It’s like having a baby for a woman, you know. If I could remember this every time I did a movie, I’d probably just quit. [Laughs] How was it different for you as an actor having

for it.


Hangin’ with Downey Jr. The humor level in this one seems amped up, especially between you and Robert Downey Jr. There’s more of it. I think if you look at the second movie, when we’re in the Japanese garden at the end, you kind of see where it’s headed. You see us startShane Black directing compared to Jon Favreau? Well, having Shane be the writer of the piece, there’s a lot more of a shorthand, a lot quicker sort of availability to the writer when we’re going over the scenes and going through the scenes. There’s a lot of improv that happens, but the improv is in sort of a controlled playground. It’s been mentioned that I really should show up in “The Avengers” at some point.

ing that whole process at that point, and I think this is just sort of the further culmination of that. And I think there’s more that could be mined, and we’ll see if there’s anything that’s going to happen afterward. But yeah, it was nice to have the opportunity to really find some more colors in their relationship. Who mentioned that? Oh wait, me. [Laughs] The movies, the family of Marvel movies, have been faithful to their own mythology, not necessarily to what the comic book dictates. You know, in the comic book Rhodey is in the Marines, Iron Patriot is a completely different character. So there’s a contained sort of mythology that the movies answer to, and that’s something that Marvel is continuously creating. So yeah, he might show up, I don’t know. I’d be down

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Zac Efron, Kim Dickens and Dennis Quaid star in Ramin Bahrani’s Illinois-set drama “At Any Price.” MATT DINERSTEIN, SONY PICTURES CLASSICS

back at dad. Where Bahrani’s previous films were tightly focused, the bigger “Price” — which also makes room for Heather Graham as an evil Midwestern version of a temptress — is more diffuse. It’s rarely clear if it’s being driven by character, narrative or a savage satire of today’s economic woes.

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Chair and chair twist With feet together, bend both knees and sit your hips back into an imaginary chair. Extend your arms up toward the ceiling, tuck your tailbone and use your core to lift your body away from the thighs. Bring your palms to a prayer position and hook the left elbow on the right knee. Press your palms together. Look up toward the ceiling. After holding for five breaths, unwind your body and go back to downwardfacing dog. Repeat the sequence on the opposite side before transitioning to the boat pose.

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Who’s the boss? You are. Big boss. In her new book, Kathleen Brush explores her tough-as-nails leadership philosophy. Everyone seems to have an opinion on what it takes to be a successful leader, but Kathleen Brush wrote the book on it. The author spent years as a turn-around consultant, helping failing companies find their core issues and resolve them. We caught up with Brush to chat about “The Power of One: You’re the Boss,” her howto on being the boss. You book has some strong scenarios of poor leadership. Did you witness this behavior first hand? Yes, most definitely. I didn’t have to conjure up

any examples. It’s funny, I often hear people say, ‘You could have inserted my name in any anecdote, I do the same thing and I didn’t even realize.’

trouble. People want to do a good job. When delivered correctly, employees won’t feel like they’re in trouble — they’ll feel like they’re being coached.

So you saw many of the same problems surfacing at various companies? Sure, if you want to look at general problems. The particulars can be distinct. Often, though, companies forget that they need to reinvent themselves. When they lack strong leadership, it can be devastating to progress.

So how can people get it right? I tell people to put their coach hat on, not the big, bad boss hat. These managers come back and say it was a great experience. The one thing I really want people to understand is that to be successful as a boss, you can’t be the person you always disliked. You can’t be the jerk boss. Be the boss that people like and respect.

Isn’t that the core idea of your book? It is, without question. I’m trying to address a problem I see everywhere: Talented people who get into leadership because they’re a good account person, for example, but they’re lacking as a boss. Your book says that being

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What is the No. 1 thing you want people to take from the book? If they want to be a great leader, they can be.



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Taurus | April 21 - May 21. Your optimistic disposition makes you a force to be reckoned with. Anybody who tries to upstage you is destined for second place. Gemini | May 22 - June 20. Your detective abilities will be unusually sharp. If you happen to be working on something that calls for fact-finding, success is inevitable. Cancer | June 21 - July 22. The secret to dealing with others successfully is to make each and every person feel special.

Leo | July 23 - Aug. 22. As long as your goals are well defined, you shouldn’t have any problems fulfilling them.

Nov. 21. This could be a productive day for you. You’re even capable of juggling several jobs simultaneously.

Virgo | Aug. 23 - Sept. 22. You are apt to do better than most in matters that involve elements of chance. Your luck will be running high, so put it to use.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22 Dec. 21. You’re likely to be lucky, especially in your financial affairs. Focus on money matters.

Libra | Sept. 23 - Oct. 22. Make a goal you’ve been striving hard to attain your primary focus. It can easily become a reality.

18. Something you want badly is closer than you think. Don’t allow setbacks to discourage you. Pisces | Feb. 19 - March 20. Your friends will have an enormous influence over your outlook and attitude. Choose companions who have lots of positive mental and physical energy.

Capricorn | Dec. 22 - Jan 20. Let the adage “If you want something done right, do it yourself” govern your actions. Don’t delegate work today.

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Aries | March 21 - April 20. You shouldn’t have trouble advancing your prestige and profits. Strike while the stars are in alignment.

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Vote to end stop-andfrisk in November

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We have not condemned Catholics for the actions of a few degenerate priests, or Italians for a few in organized crime or gun owners for a few crazed shooters. However, in New York City, we have leaders who condone a stop-andfrisk policy that denigrates citizens because of the color of their skin, a strategy that disparages our reputation for diversity. Harassing people based on race is no better than harassing people forced to wear a Star of David. Voters can end this heinous policy with their choice for mayor in November.

After the two perpetrators of the human tragedy in Boston were neutralized by Massachusetts and federal law enforcement, Ray Kelly wanted to jump on the bandwagon and get his kisser on the 6:00 news. The events in Boston were anomalies. New York needs a police chief who is interested in the well-being of all New Yorkers, not a reality TV host. BOB KEHL, VIA EMAIL


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Boston pulls out OT win to extend series NBA playoffs. The Knicks can’t sweep the series in Boston as they drop Game 4 behind an ugly game from Anthony. The Knicks strolled into Boston’s TD Garden undermanned and ready to close out the series via a sweep, but ended up coming up just short in a 97-90 overtime defeat. New York now leads the series, 3-1, but had every intention of coming back home without the Celtics in tow. Paul Pierce and Jeff Green made sure the Celtics would be making a return trip to New York, as they poured in 29 points and 26 points, respectively. Kevin Garnett, who’s been battling a hip pointer all series, also came up big for a desperate Celtics team as he added 13 points and a game-high 17 rebounds. The Knicks almost pulled off a historic comeback as they stormed back from down 20 points in the third quarter and made it a nip-andtuck affair in the fourth quarter. Alas, it wasn’t meant to be for the Knicks, as they couldn’t get the necessary stops down the stretch — particularly on shots from Jason Terry (nine points in overtime) — or make the key buckets. It also didn’t help that

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Turn, turn, turn — The Knicks led the league in fewest turnovers (11.7) during the regular season, and were prudent in that category in the first three games. No so in Game 4, as they committed 15 turnovers — including 12 in the first half. They had more giveaways than field goals (11) in the first half.


Who benched J.R.? — J.R. Smith wasn’t seen by Knicks fans, as he was serving a one-game suspension for his errant elbow in Game 3. Smith was sorely missed, as the Knicks’ offense was stagnant, shooting 34.4 percent, and their bench was nonexistent.

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Battle of the boards — The Knicks couldn’t rebound to pull off the historic comeback win, but they did rebound on the glass nicely by hammering the Celtics, 54-40. Iman Shumpert had an impressive 12 rebounds, while Tyson Chandler added 11 boards.

It looks like Monta Ellis’ prediction of the Bucks in six games was just a little off. Instead, LeBron James and the Heat swept Milwaukee out of the playoffs yesterday with an 88-77 victory in Game 4. The Heat were without Dwyane Wade, who missed the game with a knee injury, but James had 30 points in the win.

Carmelo Anthony went ice cold, shooting 10-of-35. “We would’ve liked to have both games, but we got one game,” Raymond Felton said. “That was our goal.”


MLB. Overbay gets to Dickey in seventh as Yankees sweep Jays On a day when the Yankees were mostly flummoxed by R.A. Dickey’s knuckleball, Lyle Overbay was not. He sent one into the Yankee bullpen beyond the right-center field wall for a two-run home run with two outs in the seventh inning to give


the Yankees a 3-2 victory over the Blue Jays. “He’s been important to us,” manager Joe Girardi said of Overbay. “He’s done a really nice job for us and we got a little bit lucky when he became available at the end of spring training.” LARRY FLEISHER

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Youkilis goes for MRI Kevin Youkilis has been scheduled to go for an MRI today. The Yankees third baseman played Saturday, but missed yesterday’s game with a sore back, after sitting out the previous six games. He has two homers and is batting .266 in 17 games. METRO

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