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Area rough for riders Crash report. The intersection where a visiting MIT researcher was hit and killed on her bike was flagged in the city’s Cyclist Safety Report released just last week. No one charged. Police said the truck driver is cooperating. PAGE 02

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Police find 400 in street, eight arrested Eight people were arrested after Cambridge police were forced to quell multiple fights that broke out among a crowd of hundreds that had descended on Massachusetts Avenue early Friday morning. Police responded to the area of 450 Massachusetts Ave. just after 2 a.m. Friday for a report of a large fight. When officers arrived they found about 400 people standing on the street and on the sidewalks on both sides of the roadway, many of them arguing and yelling back and forth. They had come from one of the nearby bars in Central Square, police said. METRO

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Kanako Miura, 36, was killed while riding her bicycle near this Beacon Street intersection on Sunday. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Prior crashes in area where scientist killed Bicycle crash. There have been multiple bicycle crashes in the area where a visiting scientist was killed while riding her bike.

The fatal crash that killed a visiting MIT researcher riding her bicycle happened in an area recognized by the city as having multiple bike crashes in the past few years. Dr. Kanako Miura, 36, was killed when she was involved in a collision with a truck near the

intersection of Beacon Street and Charlesgate West not far from Kenmore Square Saturday afternoon. That stretch of road is considered by Boston EMS to have a medium to high frequency of cyclist incidents, according to the city’s recently released Cyclist Safety Report. Boston police were still investigating yesterday exactly how the crash occurred and left Miura dead. The driver of the truck that hit Miura was cooperating, police said. “The driver of the truck is talking to detectives and cooperating with the investigation,” police said. Police did not immediately release information

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“The driver of the truck is talking to detectives and cooperating with the investigation.” Boston Police on whether the crash was a hitand-run or how the driver was located. MIT identified Miura in a statement and said she had been at the Cambridge school since last fall and worked with a professor within the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. “Our hearts go out to her friends and colleagues at MIT, and especially the Miura fam-

ily, who must absorb this terrible loss from so far away,” MIT President L. Rafael Reif said. The city released its report on cyclist safety last week at the same time Mayor Thomas Menino set a goal of reducing the number of injuries to bicyclists by 50 percent by 2020.

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Marathon suspect. Task force formed at UMass

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Dzhohkhar Tsarnaev was a UMass Dartmouth student. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

UMass Dartmouth yesterday announced it formed a task force to examine how it handled the aftermath of the Boston Marathon attack. Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was enrolled as a student and living at UMass Dartmouth at the time of the April 15 bombings.

The campus was put on temporary lockdown after officials learned Tsarnaev was enrolled there. The panel will look at emergency planning, “students in good standing” statuses and international students recruitment. MORGAN ROUSSEAU

Officials seek alleged T toucher Transit Police are looking for help identifying a man who they say inappropriately touched a woman on a Green Line C trolley at Park Street Station last Tuesday. Surveillance photographs released yesterday show a man smiling while wearing a red shirt and hooded sweatshirt. He is estimated to be between 25 and 30 years old. The MBTA has struggled with the issue of sexual misconduct, particularly on the Green Line due to its cramped quarters. METRO College funding

Students seek to avert fee hikes UMass student trustees are pushing for the Senate to join the House and Gov. Deval Patrick in funding the public university at a high enough level to stave off tuition and fee increases. Patrick made new education spending a centerpiece of his $1.9 billion tax plan, putting in place $478.7 million for UMass in fiscal year 2014. That’s enough new state funding to enable the state and students to evenly split the costs of attending UMass, and for university officials to freeze tuition and fees. SHNS


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Train turmoil. Travelers dealing with residual effects of Conn. crash

Rooftop farming. Higher Ground’s farmers pick away at a planting plan

About 30,000 travelers moving through Connecticut dealt with grueling commutes yesterday as trains between Boston and New York remained canceled due to a train crash Friday that injured more than 70 passengers and crew members. A Metro-North train derailed and then was hit by another train between Fairfield and Bridgeport, Conn. Many buses bound for New York from Boston’s South Station were already sold out early yesterday morning. While the snafu had little impact on Boston-area traffic, Total Traffic Network reporter Nichole Davis warned of holdups heading south. “Anyone heading toward Connecticut is going to find snarled traffic there,” she said. There was no word yesterday on how long the disruption will last. MORGAN ROUSSEAU

A pair of Jamaica Plain farmers is just weeks away from sprouting their first sky-high veggies atop the Boston Design Center. Higher Ground Farm founders Courtney Hennessey and John Stoddard plan to start growing in June, supplying produce to five Hub restaurants and a farm stand near the South Boston waterfront. “We’ve been working on

this for almost three years,” said Hennessey. “We hope to grow two tons of produce this year. It’s exciting. It’s been such a growth for us.” The farm’s final fundraiser will be held tonight at the design center. Tickets are available for $100 on Eventbrite.com. More than 300 backers have pledged nearly $24,000 on Kickstarter. MORGAN ROUSSEAU

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More than 70 people hurt

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Officer gets badge of honor

30,000 travelers affected; traffic warnings led to a 20 percent decrease in motorists in Connecticut yesterday

Woburn Police Officer Mark Gibbons was awarded the Congressional Badge of Bravery during a ceremony at the federal courthouse in South Boston yesterday. Gibbons was honored for capturing a suspect in a jewelry store robbery in Woburn in 2011 during which one of his fellow officers was shot and killed. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Gov. Deval Patrick’s new title is grandfather. Patrick’s eldest daughter gave birth to Gianluca Noah Patrick Morgese — two months early — yesterday in San Francisco. METRO

A new Massachusetts General Hospital study finds college-aged women binge drink more often than their male counterparts. The study will be published in October. METRO

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A deadly tornado with winds of up to 200 miles per hour devastated the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore yesterday, ripping up at least two elementary schools and a hos-

pital and leaving a wake of tangled wreckage. At least 51 people have been confirmed dead from the huge tornado, a medical official said, and the number is expected to rise. The powerful tornado, rated the second-highest strength level of EF4, touched down at midafternoon and devastated a wide area of the town. Television video showed tracts of homes destroyed, cars tossed about and piled atop one another, and at least one building on fire.

The end. The Doors keyboardist, co-founder Manzarek dead at 74 Doors founding member Ray Manzarek is dead at the age of 74. The keyboard player, who contributed greatly to the band’s signature sound on songs like “Light My Fire” and “Riders on the Storm” lost a battle to bile duct cancer in a clinic in Germany yesterday. Ever since Doors singer Jim Morrison died in 1971 at the age of 27, Manzarek was crucial to preserving the band’s legacy. He oversaw posthumous Doors releases and was even vocal about his dislike for the way his friend was portrayed in the 1991 movie, “The Doors.” PAT HEALY

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Rescue workers pulled third-graders from the devastated Plaza Towers Elementary school in Moore. At least seven children from the school were counted among the dead. Aerial video showed first responders sifting through the rubble yesterday night. “I have never seen anything like this in my 18 years covering tornadoes here in Oklahoma City. This is without question the most horrific,” said Lance West, a reporter for KFOR. REUTERS

Poverty line

Study: More poor people in suburbs than cities The number of people living in poverty in U.S. suburbs surpassed the number of poor in cities over the past decade, driven by strong growth in overall suburban populations, according to an analysis. The change is posing a challenge to some traditional U.S. approaches to fighting poverty, the Brookings Institution study found. The study cited several reasons for the change, including the shift to the suburbs of poor people seeking affordable housing or pushed out by gentrification. REUTERS

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Deadly weather. Suburbs near Oklahoma City were hit hardest by the storm, which flattened an elementary school.

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Yahoo promises not to screw up Tumblr buyout Hello, kids. The $1.1 billion purchase gets the company a social media platform. Yahoo Inc. will buy blogging service Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash, giving the Internet pioneer a much-needed social media platform to reach a younger generation of users and breathe new life into its ailing brand. The deal, announced yesterday, is a bold bet by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to revitalize the company by co-opting a Web

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properties for longer periods of time, Mayer told Reuters in an interview. Yahoo made clear it was sensitive to concerns that it might damage Tumblr by making it less irreverent or more corporate. REUTERS

Looking for love in all the Prague places Rail passengers searching for love in the Czech capital need look no further than the daily commute as the city makes plans to designate carriages on its underground trains for singles. Prague transport company Ropid wants to set aside carriages on some or all of its trains for singles seeking a soul mate — a service that could launch by the end of this year. / GETTY IMAGES

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Gandhi blood sample up for auction in London Two microscope slides bearing the blood of former Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi are to go on sale in London today and are expected to fetch from $15,200 to $22,800.

The slides were obtained in 1924 when the father of the Indian independence movement was recovering from an appendectomy near Mumbai. He was thought to have donated the blood to the family he was staying with at the time. “To Gandhi devotees, it has the same status as a

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KStew splits yet again

The on-and-off relationship between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart is currently off. “All this stuff came up,” a source close to Pattinson, 27, tells Us Weekly about the reason for Split #234. The source told the magazine that Pattinson blew off a birthday party planned in his honor by Stewart. The two have been fighting “about the cheating, about how selfish she always is, about how moody she always is,” the source explains. Moody? Kristen Stewart? You don’t say.

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It’s been three years since her brief romance with Joe Jonas, but Demi Lovato is still talking about it. “We were in a relationship and we broke up, and at one point I was really mad at him,” Lovato tells ABC’s Nightline. “When you go through heartbreaks and things like that, you always have in mind somebody. It’s

like when you hear a song on the radio that reminds you of somebody, you’re going to be reminded.” Ugh. Sometimes (and only sometimes) I feel for celebrities. Imagine having to constantly talk about an ex to major news outlets years after your fling. I cringe just thinking about it.

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Dorothy Robinson takes on the world of gossip. DOROTHY ROBINSON @dorothyatmetro dorothy.robinson@metro.us

Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber: The remix? It looks like Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are working on a song together. “I know pictures are flying around,” Cyrus told E! at the Billboard Music Awards. “You guys will have to wait and see. I’m the biggest at top secrets. I’ve had this single [“We Can’t Stop,” to be released June 3] ready for about a year, and I’ve had to keep my lips sealed and just not say anything. So you’ll see.”

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Cyrus says this one is for her fans. “I feel like this song really is for them and how I feel — that I can’t stop and I’m going to be who I am, and they should be who they are and that they can’t stop, and [no one] can stop us.” The singer has been spotted leaving Bieber’s recording studio in the past. So as long as they are working on a single together — and not a baby — I’m totally fine with it.

We check in with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to see what they’ve been up to — in their own words, in 140 characters or fewer.

Today, Justin Bieber is feeling a whole lot of love, Channing Tatum likes a good bit of wisdom, Lena Dunham is choosing her words carefully and John Cleese smells a conspiracy. @justinbieber: “I love music, my fans, my family, my friends … And I love The Lord.” @channingtatum: “Go where you are celebrated — not tolerated. If they can’t see the real value of you, it’s time for a new start. —Unknown” @lenadunham: “Under the right circumstances, I’d love to murder someone — something I’m glad I’ve never said in an interview.” @JohnCleese: “Why haven’t they told who was elected vice pope? Is it a cover up?”

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban: Glamour and love on the red carpet Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban were all over the red carpet (and each other) at the premiere of “Inside Llewyn Davis” during the 66th annual Cannes Film Festival on Sunday. The lovebirds kissed, hugged and held hands for photographers. Basically, they were seriously cute. And annoying. But generally more cute than anything else.


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Kat Von D says: ‘Go Big or Go Home’ Interview. The artist doesn’t compete with men: “I get cramps once a month, but that’s it.” In her third book, “Go Big or Go Home,” acclaimed tattoo artist and reality star Kat Von D delves deep to tell stories from her own life and experiences she’s shared with clients. Chock-full of photos of tattoos in various stages of completion and the people who wear them, the book sheds light on the personality, process and profession of one of the tattoo world’s brightest stars. What made this book more challenging to write than your other two? I’ve always been an open book — no pun intended. It’s just a little bit more profound on an emotional level. I want to be as

open and honest as possible, even in all my flaws. You’re known for your portrait work. How did you get into that? I was doing a lot of them [on TV] and got a reputation for portraits. I love black and gray realism. So I could do a portrait of a paper clip, or a person, and I’d still get excited. It’s more about the textures and accuracy. You’re in a boys’ club, so what’s it like being a female tattoo artist? I go back and forth on that subject. Although I feel lucky to be a girl because it’s fun to be a girl, I get kind of annoyed by these uber-feminists who make gender such a big part of who they are. I don’t think gender should define you. I’ve always wanted my work to speak for itself. month, but that’s it.

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‘The Bachelor’s Funniest Moments’

On tattoos

If funny is a euphemism for sad and kind of creepy, then yeah, the 25 seasons of “The Bachelor” have plenty of those moments, as women with audibly ticking biological clocks fight over a dude with nice teeth and a fat wallet.

Von D: Openly devoted to you “There’s all this negative stigma surrounding people with tattoos,” says Von D when asked what she loves about the tattoo world and her chosen industry. “But I’ve always thought it’s a form of being openly devoted to something, and that’s a very rare and great quality to have. You listen to people’s stories during an intimate session, and really get to know somebody. I like the idea of being extra connected to a piece because you know how much it’s valued by the client.”

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HQ Beach Club/ HQ Nightclub at Revel For those who like their summertime with a heavy dose of party, there’s HQ Beach Club and HQ Nightclub, two new destinations at Atlantic City’s newest casino, Revel. For night owls, the HQ Nightclub will host a revolving cast of

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The Jersey Shore isn’t going to let a superstorm get in the way of its summertime revelry. A good portion of the area is not only open and ready for your tourism dollars, but the folks behind it are pushing new ways for you to experience it — from big nightclubs to dog-friendly beach bars.

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The Jersey Shore gets exclusive with the Avenue’s Beach Club, located in Long Branch. The members-only club is family-friendly during the day but transforms into a more adults-only spot at night with cocktails, a full menu and open-air lounges complete with a rooftop pool. Membership prices range from $3,000 to $5,500 based on individual or family memberships. Weekend passes are also available when capacity permits. Call 732-759-2900 for more information.

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Going to the beach this summer doesn’t mean that your favorite four-legged friend has to stay home. The Beach Shack, Cape May’s laid-back beachfront motel, is allowing dogs to stay overnight with their owners as well as to dine on the new Doggie Menu at the popular beach bar, the Rusty Nail. Rates for the Paw’s Up package start at $156 a night, which includes a $35 a night fee for dogs.

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The Golden Nugget is making a big play in the nightlife market with the opening of its brand-new

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Destinations. This part of California’s Central Coast has been overshadowed by the state’s other wine regions — but not anymore.

The time for Paso has arrived — top wine producers here are turning out some remarkable juice. The range of styles and expressions, across the gamut of varietals, is both unexpected and delicious. Paso does elegant just as well as it does powerful. Oh, and the food ain’t so bad either.

The wine Longtime favorites like Tobin James are as excellent as ever. Tastings are free — they’re confident that you’ll purchase what you taste. Steinbeck Vineyards and Winery offers a

The food

Dine here Artisan restaurant is a standout in Paso Robles. Executive chef and owner Chris Kobayashi is creating exciting dishes like wild boar tenderloin with caramelized fennel risotto and a green garlic pistou that tastes exactly like spring. Il Cortile takes inspiration from Italy and

makes it perfectly suited to the flavors of the Central Coast. Think lamb ravioli, paired with a local grenache from Austin Hope. And Thomas Hill Organics, the highly lauded wine bar and bistro, offers a menu bursting with whimsy and intelligence. Enjoy it with one of the remarkable beers from Paso’s Firestone Walker Brewery.

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unique take on what the Central Coast is capable of, and if you have a chance to take a trip through the vines in their vintage Jeep, jump at it. Chateau Margene is a testament to the ever-climbing quality of wine from the Central Coast: Their cabernets and bordeaux-

style blends are complex and age-worthy. Vina Robles is in the process of constructing an amphitheater that will host some of the region’s best acts. Aronhill Vineyards not only produces remarkable cabernet sauvignon and primitivo, but lunch on their terrace over-

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Toilet training. The new parenting trend is “elimination communication.â€? What is it, and how can you implement it at home? It seems impossible: A baby — many times not much older than newly born — goes to the bathroom directly into the toilet and not a diaper. Devotees of “elimination communicationâ€? say that it can happen. Christine Gross-Loh has been preaching this alternative to toilet training for years; her book, “The Diaper Free Baby,â€? has been the instruction manual for EC devotees since it was published in 2007. Here she gives advice on being No. 1 in the “number twoâ€? business. How is EC dierent from regular toilet training? The most basic difference is that you start EC earlier, before a child has become so used to eliminating in diapers that potty training is a whole new transition he has to get used to (and may be resistant to). Babies are born with this awareness of elimination, but as they become used to eliminating in a diaper all the time, they lose that awareness — and have to work on becoming aware again when they reach the age of conventional toilet training. EC-ed children are often out of diapers completely at or before the age when most children are just beginning to embark on potty training. What advice do you have for working parents who live in cities who may want to try EC? EC can be done during the evening or on weekends. Even if you are at home with your baby full-time, you may not be doing EC full-time. It’s easy to have some diaper-free time during the evening, or sit your baby on the potty before and after his bath. Doing EC does not mean you have to ditch diapers completely. What are some drawbacks to EC? BeneďŹ ts? It’s hard to do anything when it’s not a cultural norm — you may get less support and less information. Information about EC — about typical stages, about the logistics — is really key. Luckily, the information and support is out there as more and more parents do EC. And there are so many great reasons

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to give it a try: There are communication benefits (you learn to read your baby just as you learn how to figure out when he is hungry or sleepy), environmental and economic benefits (you go through fewer diapers) and health benefits (less diaper rash). Finally, you are not relying on diapers so much that your child becomes reluctant to let go of them, a problem that some parents face when doing conventional toilet training.

Why do you think EC has taken o in recent years? I think it’s because there are so many parents out there who know more about the world around us. They know that in cultures around the world, it’s not at all the norm for a baby older than 1 to be in a diaper (if he was ever in a diaper at all). When you know that this isn’t a universal thing, it makes you feel more open to understanding why and how this is, and to realizing there are some viable lessons here for us. When I had my first child 13 years ago, I had heard of EC but thought of it as a black-or-white endeavor — you either do it fully or you don’t. I simply couldn’t imagine how you could make it work in a culture where we have so many homes with carpets! But my experiences showed me that you can do it to any degree that works for you. Even if your baby sits on the potty just once a day, there are benefits.

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Gemini | May 22-June 20. There will be some specific things that you’ll want done a certain way today. Fortunately, you shouldn’t have any trouble getting your ideas across.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. You’re likely to be extremely effective whenever you deal with people on a one-on-one basis. If you can avoid it, steer clear of all group situations.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. A matter that you were quite concerned about will work out much better than you’d dared to hope. The problems will just melt away.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Lucky you, because members of the opposite sex could be very helpful to your cause, especially when it comes to your social ambitions.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. A friend you haven’t seen too much of lately might be in your thoughts. It could be a signal that you need to contact your pal. It never hurts to get in touch.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Even though it’s early in the week, try to devote some of your time toward recreation. Select something that has elements of friendly competition.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Most material conditions look promising, so don’t hesitate to exploit any opportunity to make a profit. In fact, make action your priority.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Your financial prospects look to be encouraging, particularly when it comes to an arrangement with someone who has proved lucky for you in the past.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. One of your greatest gifts is your ability to instruct people without making them feel stupid or imposed upon. All your suggestions will be followed.

Aries | March 21-April 20. If you have to deal with an argumentative person, instead of reacting in kind, be tactful and cooperative. Your example will melt all hostility.

Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Desirable outcomes will be reached if you put the concerns of others above your own. “What you sow, you will reap.”

Taurus | April 21-May 21. Be extra diligent when it comes to fulfilling your responsibilities. A surprise reward may be in store for good work. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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knowing how poorly their factories operate. I believe such exposure creates hope for the rest of the employees. The photos shown by Metro or any other news outlet simply reported the reality of what’s happening, to prevent more deaths, especially for the future employees, including children. There is no need for a preventive format in the paper. I consider it hypocrisy. Children today are aware of constant evils in all societies. The children are connected through the Internet. It should be the

Re: ‘Graphic cover not needed to make a point’ (Metro, May 17-19) I congratulate Metro for showing the exact results of the factories’ deep greed. I believe any other way of expression would simply strengthen the corrupt system that’s supposed to protect these workers and further the financial gains of the factory owners even while

parents’ responsibility to TALK with their children. BRAHIMA KAMARA, VIA EMAIL

A practice bound for error Re: ‘Too broad a brush: How a minority is getting a voice’ (Metro, May 20) This demonstrates the dangers of stereotyping any minority, not just AAPI. Since this group, if you could even call it a group, comes from places ranging

from Japan to the much smaller Pacific Islands, any attempt to place them in a grouping, and assign any characteristic to them, is foolish. This also goes for almost every other ethnic or religious group on the planet. The problem with trying to stereotype people based on arbitrarily assigned criteria is that you almost always get it wrong. GREGORY B. HOLMAN, VIA EMAIL

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The Heart of Boston Fashion The School of Fashion Design was established in 1934 and is the only educational institution in Massachusetts dedicated exclusively to the study of fashion design. A curriculum has been developed that stresses a solid foundation in traditional techniques, addresses the technological demands of the contemporary market and remains innovative by evolving with the industry. It speaks to those desiring to embark on a corporate design career, explore entrepreneurial opportunities, or just continue their education. Over 75 years of experience affords The School of Fashion Design a unique perspective when it comes to providing a comprehensive and competitive fashion education. The process includes the mastery of design atelier disciplines -- both old world couture concepts and their contemporary digital age counterparts -- as well as a demanding work ethic that provides you with rewards beyond a certificate or diploma. You learn how to be the best. Newbury Street is the ultimate fashion destination in Boston and the School of Fashion Design is at the heart of it. 136 Newbury Street is situated among some of the most stylish establishments in the city and the building houses five levels of classrooms, workshops, a computer lab and two resource libraries. Coursework begins at the beginning, so even individuals that do not have experience drawing or sewing can start from scratch. Instructors bring their professional industry experience into the classroom providing students with a unique environment to prepare for fashion careers. Internships with local designers as well as larger corporations provide students with practical workplace experience. The School of Fashion Design offers a combination of professionalism and individual attention to each student’s needs. Many School of Fashion Design graduates have gone on to become industry leaders in Boston, nationally and abroad. How will you be a part of history and make your mark on fashion at the School of Fashion Design? The School of Fashion Design offers full and part time study, day and evening schedules in individual subjects as well as certificate/diploma program. A student also enjoys the convenience of commencing study in September, January, and June. Our next semester begins on June 10, 2013. The School of Fashion Design also offers courses for high school students. The School is convenient to the Copley stop on the MBTA’s Green Line, the Back Bay stop on the Orange line and commuter rail. Prospective students interested in learning more about the School of Fashion Design may contact the school at 617.536.9343, email us at SFDBoston@aol.com or visit the school’s website at schooloffashiondesign.org ENROLL NOW! The summer semester at The School of Fashion Design begins on Monday, June 10, 2013. The School of Fashion Design offers day, evening and Saturday classes as well as programs for high school student. To request a catalog call 617-536-9343, email us at sfdboston@aol.com, or visit our website at www.schooloffashiondesign.org.


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Cambridge College School of Management As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others. - Bill Gates. Pursuing graduate degrees and certificates in business, leadership, nonprofit, technology and healthcare management enables our students to remain competitive, acquire new skills and confidence in their ability to compete in the new workplace. Our students find our flexible evening and weekend schedules to work well with their busy lives as workers, parents and active adults. In addition to being an affordable option, the Master of Management program at Cambridge College provides graduates with opportunities to understand current management theory and issues while enhancing their communication, presentation, people management and leadership skills. Graduates from the School of Management at Cambridge College leave the program with the skills and competencies demanded during these challenging times. Developing or working to maintain a competitive advantage, the Cambridge College School of Management graduate earns a Master of Management degree and demonstrates the ability to manage, lead and empower others. The School of Management is a unique learning environment that reflects the multigenerational workforce – domestic and international students, parents, individuals with decades of work experience, and those with limited formal employment, emerge from the program with an understanding of effective leadership, diversity, decision making, time management, technology and communication skills. The faculty of the School of Management combines decades of “real-life” leadership, content expertise and management experience, solid academic credentials and Cambridge College’s unique use of the adult learning model to ensure graduates master the skills necessary for their careers as managers. Our flexible evening and weekend scheduling provides students with a time-efficient and cost-effective path to a Master of Management degree. At the Cambridge College School of Management we encourage students to bring their unique experiences of management in the workplace, home and their global communities into the classroom. With academic rigor, conversation and teamwork, our students graduate with the ability to integrate theory and practice and to thrive as leaders. Master of Management graduate, Bradley Hatfield, an Emmy award musician and a lecturer at Northeastern University and Berklee College of Music describes his experience – “I found that experience at Cambridge College phenomenal. Cambridge College has changed my life.” According to John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” At the School of Management we endeavour to inspire our students to dream, to learn and to lead. To learn more about Cambridge College come to the information session on Wednesday, June 5 at 6:00 pm at 1000 Massachusetts Avenue, in Cambridge between Harvard and Central Square. To RSVP or for more information, visit www.cambridgecollege.edu/educate, or call 800-548-1096 and ask to speak with an admissions counselor.

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master’s degree in healthcare management • Designed for those who want to advance to healthcare management positions in disciplines such as human resources, finance, accounting, marketing, information systems or strategy. • The business side of healthcare. • 100% Online courses for busy working adults. Now enrolling. Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

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FINDING OPPORTUNITY AT THE INTERSECTION OF BUSINESS AND HEALTHCARE Now more than ever, businesses and healthcare organizations share the challenge of managing rising healthcare costs while maintaining quality delivery of healthcare services. Implementation of the Affordable Care Act has already changed the healthcare community and more provisions are yet to come. For example, with the act’s insurance mandate going into effect next year, millions more will have access to healthcare, requiring healthcare organizations to become more innovative in the way they operate and provide patient care. In order to effectively adjust to this challenging and ever-evolving regulatory environment, the business and healthcare fields are intersecting rapidly and out of necessity. At the same time, professionals are discovering they lack the knowledge in their respective fields to revamp the business of healthcare. Many are turning to continuing education to better position themselves to lead and shape this changing healthcare landscape, and address its challenges. Even with years of medical education, an increasing number of

professionals in the healthcare field are seeking advanced management degrees. Individuals employed in business disciplines such as human resources, finance or information systems, see the healthcare field as an opportunity to do well by doing good. By merging business acumen and healthcare industry knowledge, these individuals are preparing themselves for healthcare management careers that can help improve people’s lives every day. In light of forthcoming healthcare policies, healthcare managers will also play a vital role in ensuring the quality and efficiency of the care patients receive.

As new healthcare law provisions go into effect, the healthcare management industry is expected to experience exceptional job growth New England College of Business and Finance (NECB) recently launched its Master of Healthcare Management de-

gree program to address the business of healthcare. The curriculum, which includes courses in risk and regulatory compliance as well as healthcare law and policy, is designed to position young students and already successful professionals alike for career growth and leadership positions by giving them a foundation for advancement in healthcare management. With this master’s program, NECB continues to provide its students with the theoretical and practical knowledge they need for high-demand careers. As new healthcare law provisions go into effect, the healthcare management industry is expected to experience exceptional job growth. According to the most recent data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were 303,000 healthcare management jobs in 2010. The number of available jobs is expected to increase 22 percent by 2020, significantly faster than the average growth expected across all careers. Unlike many traditional management programs, graduates of healthcare management programs can find significant opportunities in areas

ranging from small rural communities to large metropolitan areas and throughout the world.

Health and business professionals have the chance to be at the forefront of innovation in the healthcare community While there are significant challenges facing the healthcare industry, there are also many opportunities. Health and business professionals have the chance to be at the forefront of innovation in the healthcare community, at the intersection of business and healthcare. As a hub of innovation, education and medicine, Boston is continuing to lead the way, solving operational challenges and keeping the healthcare profession, moving forward.

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Bruins, Rangers fight power-play struggles NHL. The B’s and Blueshirts haven’t had much luck this postseason when the odds are in their favor. If you enjoy power-play goals, then the Bruins-Rangers Eastern Conference semifinals series is definitely not for you. We are only two games in, with Game 3 tonight in New York (7:30, NBCSN), but the respective power plays both look nearly hopeless: Boston is 1-for-5 vs. New York and 4-for-25 (16 percent) in the postseason while New York is 0-for-8 vs. Boston and 2-for-36 (5.6 percent) in the postseason. Bruins fans probably thought that they had seen the worst Deadly digits

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The Rangers have hit on even less power plays than the Bruins this postseason. New York is 2-for-36 in the seven games vs. the Capitals and the two games vs. the Bruins this postseason on the power play.

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man advantage in the NHL all year, but the Rangers take it to a whole other level in terms of power play futility. Boston has the 11th ranked power play of the 16 teams that were in the 2013 playoffs, the only active team that is below them is New York, which is 15th. In many ways, it’s remarkable that these teams have advanced this far. It speaks to their overriding strengths in other areas — namely goaltending, depth and team defense. When you look around at the rest of the league, three of the top five power play units (Penguins, Sharks and Kings) in the playoffs and four of the top six (Senators) are still alive and have all won at least one game in the semifinals. Pittsburgh’s is the best one, No. 2, as it has scored 10 times in 37 opportunities (27 percent). The Bruins have at least shown signs of life with their power play. Defenseman Torey Krug scored a power-play goal to tie it at two in the third period of Game 1 (a game the B’s eventually won 3-2 in overtime), and Boston’s power play early in overtime didn’t result in a goal, but eight shots on goal and constant pressure swung the momentum their way for the rest of the contest Somehow the Rangers’ power play seems to get worse every time they roll it out. They are 0-for-21 on the road and they haven’t scored in their last 16 chances overall. Down 0-2 in the series, the Rangers will have to win four of the next five games (for the

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Former Patriot Chad Johnson arrested Former Patriots wide receiver Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson was arrested on charges that he violated probation and was ordered to jail Monday by a Broward County, Fla., judge until he posts a $1,000 bond. Johnson was on probation due to an altercation with his ex-wife, reality TV star Evelyn Lozada, last August in which Lozada claimed that Johnson head-butted her during an argument. MATT BURKE Bullpen help

New York’s Steve Eminger looks to evade Boston’s Chris Kelly last week at TD Garden. / GETTY IMAGES Power & glory

“Obviously, we didn’t have the best power play all year, but we’re starting to come around.” Bruins forward Brad Marchand On Boston improving their power play

second series in a row) to get back to the Eastern Conference Finals (where they lost to the Devils last season). It’s hard to see them pulling that off without an exorcism of a horrid power-play unit.

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Sox closer Bailey comes off DL Red Sox closer Andrew Bailey was available to manager John Farrell last night in Chicago after Boston activated the pitcher from the 15-day disabled list following a right biceps strain. Felix Doubront (3-1, 6.03) will get the start tonight (8, NESN) against the White Sox as Jose Quintana (2-1, 3.97 ERA) takes the hill for Chicago. MATT BURKE Sorry, Jack Daniels

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Gronk undergoes successful surgery, skips Vegas event NFL. The Patriots tight end cleared one health hurdle yesterday with successful surgery on his forearm. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has turned down a party invitation. The Pats star was set to go to Las Vegas as part of a promotional tour by private jet-sharing program JumpSeat, but JumpSeat’s Twitter feed wrote this past weekend, “Hey Folks‌ sorry ‘bout the disappointment, but the Gronk trip is not happening. He is staying home relaxing.â€? The tight end reportedly

had successful surgery on his injured forearm at Massachusetts General Hospital yesterday. A new plate was installed in the arm, and there is no longer an infection. Gronkowski is also suffering from “chronic� back pain, according to an NFL.com report, and will be sent to a spine specialist. The report said that Gronkowski could also face additional surgery for his back. A major reason as to why Gronkowski fell to the Patriots in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft was because he missed the entire 2009 season at Arizona after undergoing back surgery. Gronkowski agreed to a six-year, $54 million contract with the Patriots last summer

after a 2011 season in which he set NFL records for a tight end with 17 touchdown catches and 1,327 receiving yards. Gronkowski was on pace for another All-Pro year in 2012 as he had 55 receptions and 11 touchdowns through 11 games but the big tight end was injured blocking on an extra point in the Patriots’ 59-24 Week 11 victory over the Colts. Gronkowski returned in the AFC divisional playoff round against Houston but re-injured his arm. He did not play in the AFC Championship Game loss to Baltimore.

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