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In New York City, hotter temps a deadly matter Climate change. The new study says that warmer temperatures will cause more heat-related deaths. Though New Yorkers wouldn’t know it from the damp Memorial Day weekend, summer heat in Manhattan could be turning deadly, according to a study out of Columbia University. Researchers at the university’s Earth Institute and the Mailman School of Public Health are warning that deaths in Manhattan linked to warmer temperatures due to global warming may result in a 20 percent increase in temperature-related deaths by the 2020s. In some worst-case scenarios, according to the

Earth Institute, the rate of heat-related deaths could rise by 90 percent by the 2080s. “This serves as a reminder that heat events are one of the greatest hazards faced by urban populations around the globe,” Earth Institute climate scientist Radley Horton said. 2012 was apparently the warmest year on record in Manhattan. While projections for the future vary, the study anticipates steep average increases: 3.3 to 4.2 degrees Fahrenheit by the 2050s, and 4.3 to 7.1 degrees by the 2080s. The Earth Institute noted that New York already takes steps to mitigate warming by planting trees, making roofs reflective and opening cooling centers in the summer where people can seek refuge.

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Another gay man attacked in Midtown In yet another apparent hate crime in Manhattan, a gay man was attacked near Times Square, cops said. Police were called to the corner of 42nd Street and Ninth Avenue on Saturday morning. They arrived to find a 27-year-old

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Senator Chuck Schumer called on the National Parks Service on Monday to create a security station at Battery Park to screen visitors before they board a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. The NYPD has previously disagreed with the Park Service’s decision not to have screening prior to passengers’ boarding of

the ferry at Battery Park, and their assertion that having screening at the station at Ellis Island is adequate. Earlier this month Kelly wrote a letter to Sally Jewell, Secretary of the Department of the Interior. “Al Qaeda and those who shares its violent jihadist ideology … have long shown an interest in targets that represent our

country,” Kelly said. Kelly insisted that a staffed screening area would prevent crowding and not interfere with ticket sales. “I know the NPS cares deeply about the monument and its visitors,” Schumer said, “but in this case I think they’ve made a mistake and should rethink this policy change.” DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN

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man who reported that he had been attacked. The victim was walking with a friend when they were approached by a group of men. One of the men in the group reportedly said antigay remarks and then punched the victim. After a search, officers found the suspect. The suspect has not yet been arrested. DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN

Bomb Squad investigates suspicious car The NYPD investigated an unattended vehicle that was left on the Brooklyn Bridge Monday evening, police reported. Cops said the vehicle was discovered around 5:15 p.m. It was in the middle of the bridge, in

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Summer babies Local hospitals are reportedly readying their staff for an increase in the number of births that will take place in mid-summer, which would be approximately nine months after Sandy. •

Birth rates in New York apparently typically peak in July, but the director of the division of gynecology at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Jacques Moritz, reportedly told the Times that they expect to see an increase of 10 to 20 percent at the end of July. compared to the same

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Gun violence. Man killed in Brooklyn nightclub shooting A man is dead and a woman wounded after a shooting erupted outside a nightclub in Brooklyn early Monday morning. The man, 31, and the woman, 26, were shot in front of 1552 Ralph Ave. in Canarsie at 2:15 a.m., police said. Initially cops said the woman, who sustained a gunshot wound to her knee, was taken to Brookdale Hospital in stable condition. However, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly later reported that the woman was still at the hospital in critical condition. The man had been shot several times, Kelly said. He was taken to Kings County Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival. Kelly said that several shell casings were found at the scene. The police believe that the shooting

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The city’s new bikeshare program had its first theft on Sunday, one day before the official launch of the program. The thief rode off on one of the blue Citi Bike cycles at approximately 6 p.m. as workers delivered a batch of the bikes to a rack at Second Avenue and 25th Street, The New York Post reports.

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Memorial Day. Obama pays tribute to fallen during ceremony President Barack Obama paid tribute to fallen men and women of the U.S. armed services during a Memorial Day ceremony in which he reminded Americans that the country was still at war. During a solemn visit to Arlington National Cemetery, the resting ground for many military casualties, Obama noted in remarks to visitors that next year would mark the last Memorial Day of the U.S. war in Afghanistan. “But even as we turn the page on a decade of conflict, even as we look forward, let us never forget, as we gather here today, that our nation is

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U.N. rights chief says antiterror measures can backďŹ re United Nations human rights chief Navi Pillay told governments yesterday that trying to fight terrorism by limiting personal freedoms and mistreating suspects could only worsen the problem. She spoke as Britain and France were considering tightening anti-terror laws and surveillance after the killings of two soldiers in London and Paris, and as U.S. President Barack Obama renewed his efforts to close the Guantanamo prison camp in Cuba. Pillay said she had received allegations of “very grave violations of human rights that have taken place in the context of counterterrorist and counterinsurgency operations.â€? REUTERS

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tal’s Sadr City area, police and hospital officials said. “A driver hit another car and left, pretending to bring traffic police. Another car rushed to take him away and right after his car exploded among people who had gathered to see what was happening,” said bystander Hassan Kadhim. “People were shouting for help, and blood covered their faces.” Tensions between the Shi’ite leadership and the Sunni Muslim minority are at their worst since U.S. troops left in 2011, and the conflict in Syria is straining Iraq’s fragile communal balance. REUTERS

Write like an Egyptian. Chinese teen defaces 3.5K-year-old temple On the east bank of the Nile River sits an ancient Egyptian temple named Luxor. It’s home to six temples founded nearly 3,500 years ago. And now, one of the temple’s stone sculptures reads “Ding Jinhao was here.” Ding Jinhao is a teenage Chinese tourist who was visiting the temple with his parents and allegedly carved his name into a temple wall, according

to a CNN report. Another Chinese tourist took a picture of the graffiti and posted it on Weibo. According to CNN’s report, the original photo was re-posted close to 100,000 times before garnering worldwide attention. Officials apparently tried cleaning up the etching, but no water can be used on the centuries-old wall. CHRISTINA PACIOLLA

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What to wear under that boring graduation gown Style. You won’t sweat the giant robe when you look good underneath it. Graduation gowns are tough to pull off. They’re not exactly flattering, what with their tablecloth-like shape and plastic-y material. Make sure you rock something sassy under that humdrum cloak, and you’ll be set for post-commencement festivities. You can go for fancy and frilly or vintage and sweet, but either way, your look will have graduated from boring to best in show. David’s Bridal has several options if you’re opting for a celebratory new dress. Jamie Bradford, the assistant manager at David’s

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“Sleeveless dresses, such as 1950s cotton day dresses and 1960s shift dresses, work especially well,” adds Granum. “They are easily dressed up or down and won’t be too warm under the gown.” Commencement may seem to drag on, but the day flies by. You may not have extra time afterward, so it’s better to wear something versatile. “Some of the girls are really taking it to the next level,” says Bradford. “They’re finding dresses that can transition easily for parties and dinners. Sometimes you don’t have time to change out of what you’re wearing.” Just remember, as Granum and Bradford both point out, comfort is key. If you find a dress that you can sit in all day, you’re already well on your way.

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Making peace with education Interview. A new book seeks to teach peace to students. David J. Smith may be the foremost proponent of peacebuilding education in community colleges. A longtime professor at Harford Community College in Maryland, he edited the first peace studies book intended specifically for junior college instructors: “Peacebuilding in Community Colleges: A Teaching Resource.�

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Scarlett Johansson as Hillary Clinton? The casting call to portray Hillary Rodham Clinton in a new biopic about her life is looking pretty ferocious (and attractive). Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Amanda Seyfried and Jessica Chastain are among the actresses vying to play the secretary of state in “Rodham,” a new film that will focus on the early years of Clinton’s marriage and her time as a 20-something lawyer in Washington, D.C.. Talking points

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Roman Polanski isn’t necessarily a fan of birth control, complaining during a press conference in Cannes for his new film, “Venus in Fur,” that the Pill has had a “masculinizing” effect on women. The 79-year-old director says the Pill has “changed the place of women in our times.” He also gripes that moves toward gender equality are having a negative impact on chivalry, noting that “offering flowers to a lady” has now become “indecent.”

“They’re all wonderful actresses,” director James Ponsoldt told The Independent. “We’re very fortunate that a lot of really

great actors are interested in playing these roles. ...You don’t find people who question the quality of her intelligence or her drive,” he continued. “I want a wonderful actress who could embody that.” Not to knock Clinton’s looks (I think she is rather regal-looking) but this is probably the first time Scarlett Johansson and Hillary Clinton have been mentioned in relation to one another ... ever.

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Robert Pattinson spent Memorial Day weekend moving back into his own home, a Spanishstyle villa similar to ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart’s and only a few miles away, according to TMZ. Stewart, meanwhile, was caught off-guard by a swarm of paparazzi in a parking garage this weekend and responded with a pair of middle fingers.

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You know them as Tobias, George Michael, Maeby, Lucille, Michael and Lindsay, respectively, but they’re really David Cross, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Jessica Walter, Jason Bateman and Portia de Rossi. JESSE GRANT/GETTY IMAGES

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... and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together Jason Bateman remains a unifying presence, despite the fact that only two of the episodes focus on his character Michael’s peccadilloes. He says the Netflix episodes allowed Hurwitz more freedom. “I hope that’s appreciated by the few

people who do love the show,” he says diplomatically. “They seem to be a group who likes things somewhat challenging. And the fact that Netflix affords [Mitch] the opportunity to have these stories go out over 15 different episodes, that are so intertwined that the same scene will repeat, from different angles, in multiple episodes, is a really unique and exciting thing to be a part of, in working with his complexity and with Netflix’s distribution platform.”

shows available at once: “We’ve got a little bit more time to tell the story.” David Cross, who plays Lindsay’s feckless husband Tobias, says that audiences will love that experience, but he warns that it may take a little getting used to. “You’re going to realize, ‘There’s a structure to this that I wasn’t aware of when I started watching.’ That’s going to make everybody triple-excited, and there’s going to be a sense of discovery to it that I think will be really exciting, and really define what TV can do.”

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DAN KENNEDY The host of “The Moth” podcast tries his hand at the great American novel.

SMELLS — AND READS LIKE — ‘AMERICAN SPIRIT’ I hit a point in writing where I just wasn’t fond of dragging friends into it for the sake of a laugh. At a certain point you’re having a nice weekend with someone and something weird happens and you can see them thinking: “Don’t tell me Shakespeare here is gonna throw me into his next little essay.”

Dan Kennedy is known to legions of fans of “The Moth” as host of their weekly podcast, a medium where truth is held in high regard and fictionalizing is frowned upon. But after a 2008 memoir (“Rock On: An Office Power Ballad”) Kennedy is making his first foray into fiction. “American Spirit” follows the 40-something Matthew as his life slowly unravels. Kennedy says he could maybe relate to the character — but just maybe. Why is the mid-life crisis so fascinating? I suppose because it really doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, when it occurs to you that you may, in the best-case scenario, be at the halfway done with your life, it tends to grab your attention. I guess we never know what the halfway point is. History is full of people who didn’t realize they were middle aged at 14, you know? Have I

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started the interview on a positive note? How was switching from nonfiction and essays to developing a novel?

Is 40-something Matthew based on anyone? He’s a guy who can’t figure out what to do when his job is gone, his marriage is doomed, the money’s running out fast, he’s drinking in suburban grocery store parking lots, eating hallucinogens and then burning frequent flier miles flying around the world making a bigger mess of things for himself. ... I’ve, uh, never known anyone like him.

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Not so hot for â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Teacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Comedy. Julianne Moore plays a pedantic bookworm in the comedy â&#x20AC;&#x153;The English Teacher.â&#x20AC;?

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Perhaps this wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the intention of the filmmakers, but â&#x20AC;&#x153;The English Teacherâ&#x20AC;? makes a strong case for not spending all of your time reading and thinking life should be as dramatic as a good book. After all, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Julianne Mooreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s titular character does here. Moore is all prim and pedantic as Linda, a studious spinster who teaches English at a small-town high school. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spent most of her life reading the classics instead of experiencing the world around her. One of her former students, a failed, ulcerstricken playwright (Michael Angarano), returns to town and gives her his play to read. She believes that the piece â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a tear-jerking downer called â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Chrysa-

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â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘ lisâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; is brilliant. She even stages an ambitious production featuring her stu-

dents, just so he wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t give up on writing to appease his father (Greg Kinnear). As inspirational as it sounds, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Teacherâ&#x20AC;? is basically in it for laughs. Directed by TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Craig Zisk (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weeds,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Parks and Recreationâ&#x20AC;?), the movie plays more like a farcical version of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Notes on a Scandal,â&#x20AC;? especially once Moore and Angaranoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s characters briefly get it on â&#x20AC;&#x201D; on top of Mooreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s desk, no less. This sets off a chain of events in which secrets are revealed, lies are told and our poor,

well-read protagonist has to redeem herself. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Teacherâ&#x20AC;? is one of those indies thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s supposedly hiding a cynical streak under its sunny surroundings. Most of the broadly written adults deceive one another to get what they want. Needless to say, they come off more juvenile than the teenagers theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re supposed to educate. And yet, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ultimately much too safe and sweet to pull out any truly uncomfortable stops. Even Lindaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fate turns out more implausibly pleasant than youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d expect â&#x20AC;&#x201D; especially considering how teachers are dismissed these days just by posting sexy photos of themselves on Facebook. As much as â&#x20AC;&#x153;The English Teacherâ&#x20AC;? tells you to get your head out of the books and face reality, the movie is as flimsy, lightweight and improbable as the average pulp paperback â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and even more flexible.

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ENTERTAINMENT â&#x20AC;&#x153;So You Think You Can Danceâ&#x20AC;? (Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on Fox) may be in its 10th season, but judge Mary Murphy is having no less fun in her job. The bubbly ballroom pro spoke with us about Season 10 while en route to the airport for a TV appearance, her chatter infused with a hint of Southern twang and that signature gregarious laughter of hers.

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The show is almost 10 years old â&#x20AC;&#x201D; how does that make you feel? It went by in a snap. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m very grateful and really proud of the show and all the dancers that come back. I would say a good half of [this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contestants] are probably 18. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve just been waiting for the day [they can audition]. So many of them say, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I started when

I was 9, dreaming about the day Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be on â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;So You Think You Can Dance.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s starting to be like a rite of passage. Do you stay in touch with any former contestants? We certainly do. One of our guest judges this year is gonna be tWitch, who was one of our past contestants, and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s engaged to Allison Holker, another one of our contestants. I think theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re our first wedding, even though they werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t on the same year â&#x20AC;&#x201D; they met each other and did a lot of gigs together and fell in love. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just the coolest thing. I think one of our executive producers is even gonna be marrying them!

As far as any new format twists, they havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t let us know of anything. I do know that they do plan on keeping the two winners this season and that was new last year. We have more new guest judges, which is always fun. Minnie Driver is a new judge this season â&#x20AC;&#x201D; she studied dance at the Royal Ballet in England. ... A lot of these people have dance in their background and they love, love, love the show.

How do you keep the show fresh and exciting after nine seasons?

OďŹ&#x20AC; the set, whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your relationship like with fellow judge Nigel Lythgoe? Me and Nigel met Prince Charles this year at Buckingham Palace. It was really surreal for me. Nigelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a hard person to get something for, and I know heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really involved with England still â&#x20AC;&#x201D; their

And for the very first time I even [used] a cuss word â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and I very rarely cuss. I take that out of my vocabulary, mainly because youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re on live TV and you never want to let

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Bret Michaels revs up for debut of RV show Open road. The rockin’ reality star wants to pimp your ride.

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They’re not just the chariot of choice for retirees

Anyone at any age can rock an RV road trip. “I hope that [the show] shows that the open road is for any generation. My mom and dad were pretty young when they were doing it. It’s sort of like the Wild West. You go out there, and it’s a great adventure.”

Be mindful of the cramped quarters “When you take a road trip, whether you’re in a car or an RV, let me just assure you, you’re either going to bond for life and have great memories, or you may possibly never speak to each other again. This is my best advice: You want as much space as you can get. Stop at a place where you can get out of that thing and get away from each other for a little bit. Go out, walk around, hike, stretch out, enjoy the scenery.”

Bigger is not better “If you’re going to start RVing, you might want to start with a smaller one and get a good feel of the groove of the road as you’re going. It’s just like starting out on anything. If you’re going to ride a Harley, you don’t want to jump on the biggest, heaviest one right away. You graduate up a little bit.”

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He takes tricking out your RV seriously “The first thing I have to do with most of these is look at the structure, the rust factor, what we can and can’t do — and most important is weight. You can’t put too much weight on this thing. It could be quite dangerous. So it’s really a matter of function and fun. I’ve got to create both. I want it to be fun, but it’s got to function, and I want their experience when they leave to be enjoyable. A lot of these RV shows, they build these in a garage, and they make things that could never possibly go down the road. My job is to make it be able to go wherever they want it — go under any bridge, go anywhere they want, any beach, any side of a mountain that they want to go.”


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School’s out for summer? Uh-oh Summer vacation. The summer months can be challenging for any parent. Now just imagine if you had twins.

Jane Roper, the author of the memoir “Double Time: How I Survived — and Mostly Thrived — Through the First Three Years of Mothering Twins,” knows how rewarding and challenging the summer months with children can be. And now that her daughters are 6 years old, she has spent many a warm month keeping both of them occupied. “If you’ve got preschool or school-aged kids like I do, you may be dreading the end of the school year just a teensy bit,” she notes. “But fear not: There are plenty of ways to retain your sanity

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Let them be bored “Resist the urge to schedule every last minute,” advises Roper. “When my kids complain that they’re bored, I say, ‘Well, it’s OK to be bored.’ Roper says that then, her girls “usu-

Author Jane Roper plays with her twin girls. / MARA BROD

and have fun in the process.” Roper shared her tips with Metro.

Just add water Hot, humid weather

makes my children miserable, which in turn makes me miserable. When temperatures soar, we hit parks and playgrounds with water spray[s] or wading areas. When the girls were younger, I’d

ally come up with some amazingly creative game or activity on their own.” Oh, and keep the big picture in mind: “Other times, they just lie on the couch like giant throw pillows for a while. Either way, you get a break and they survive. And it’s all about survival, right?”

give them bowls, spoons and measuring cups, and let them “cook” with ice. And if all else fails, there’s always ice cream.

your own summer reading. Note: The “50 Shades” trilogy is probably not advisable. (“What’s your book about, Mommy?”)

Make them read

Be a tourist

Almost every public library has some kind of summer reading program — even for the picture-book set. Check out what’s available near you, and designate some independent reading time every day. While the kids read, you can dive into

Summer is a great time to explore your own backyard — the parks, museums and attractions you don’t normally get to. Schedule a weekly “field trip” to someplace within an hour’s ride or drive that you and/or your kids have never been before.

(This includes exotic new malls and movie theaters if you’re craving airconditioning.)

Swap Set up a regular play date exchange with a friend: their place this Friday afternoon, your place the next. If you’re so inclined, bring a bottle of wine or other treat for the host when you pick up your kids. Especially if yours, like mine, are, er … “spirited.” METRO

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Pediatricians should check young kids for motor delays Health. A new clinical report says that the quicker the diagnosis, the better the outcome for children.

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forward for the field.â&#x20AC;? Dr. Garey Noritz and colleagues on the AAPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s neuromotor screening expert panel lay out the skills that a child should have developed by office visits at ages 9, 18, 30 and 48 months. For example, a 9-monthold baby should be able to roll to both sides, sit well without support and grasp objects. At 18 months, that child should be able to walk, sit and stand on its own. Pediatricians should also ask parents open-ended questions about their Milestones

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childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development and watch the child play for signs of delays or loss of motor skills at well-child visits, the panel said. On a general exam, it recommended that doctors measure head size and look at childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s muscle tone, reflexes and eye movements. Cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy are two of the most common motorrelated diseases and could both be picked up and treated earlier than they typically are now, according to Noritz. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hoping that people can get to a specialist more quickly and thus get diagnosed more quickly, but that primary care clinicians at the same time as theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for a diagnosis, will refer [kids] to therapy,â&#x20AC;? he said. REUTERS

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TOUGH LOVE think I made a mistake there. I don’t think she was emotionally ready. I was reluctant. I would not make that mistake again.

On “The Sopranos,” Steve Schirripa played a hotheaded, loud-mouthed guy. As a father, he’s pretty much that same guy. He wrote “Big Daddy Rules” as a love letter to his two daughters. “I guess I don’t always tell them how I feel,” he says. “I yell a lot. I’m pretty strict, and also I’ve got a lot of opinions, and I wanted to put them all together in a book.” What are the rules? The first rule is, I make the rules. I’m your father, not your friend. But I’m the best friend you’re ever going to have because nobody is going to care about you the way I care about you. The four greatest words in the world are “because I said so.” That’s why you can’t go to the party where they’re serving beer. Parents don’t want to tell their kids “no” anymore. What’s the hardest part about raising girls? A boy, you give them a ball, you give them a Lego, they’re fascinated. Girls are smart, they’re cunning, they’re calculating. They bat their eyelashes, they manipulate you.

Do you really think you could have stopped her? I hear what you’re saying. I can’t control everything they do, and I don’t try to, but I want to be present whether I’m there or not. I want them to think, “What would my dad think about this decision I’m about to make?” Quoted

“The first rule is, I make the rules.” Schirripa

Did you care whether you had a boy or a girl? It didn’t matter to me, as long as they were healthy. It was scary though, when my wife got pregnant. I was not prepared. I was a guy that went out a lot, I worked nights, I was living in Las Vegas. I thought my world would come to a stop. What’s an uncomfortable situation, as a dad? My daughter dated a boy when she was 16, and I

Were you strict with letting them watch TV? I am still! I hate that reality crap. I saw them one day watching “The Jersey Shore” and I said I never want to see that again, ever. It’s complete garbage. You think this is for real? What’s your best advice for a new dad? I think the best thing is to be present. Get in there, get your hands dirty. Be involved. You know, in every movie, every TV show, the dad’s an idiot. Don’t be an idiot. Take charge, change a diaper, help.

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A new study based on pairs of Canadian twins suggests that genetics play a strong role in how long kids sleep at night, but their environment may be more important for afternoon naps. Researchers compared sleep patterns for close to 500 sets of identical or fraternal twins. They found that especially as kids got older, environmental influences — which include when parents put kids in bed, for example — explained more and more of their napping differences. “Even though the results do not explicitly state which are the environmental factors,” says Sonia Brescianini, “researchers in the field think that familial habits at bed time, sleeping routines and in general sleep hygiene measures are for sure a means of improving sleep in children.” Brescianini, a researcher with the Italian Twin Register at Rome’s Istituto

Superiore di Sanita, told Reuters that past research has also suggested a child’s environment may be more important than genetics for daytime sleep habits. By comparing sets of identical and fraternal twins, Dr. Jacques Montplaisir was able to determine how much of kids’ sleep variation was due to genes — which are the same in identical twins — and how much to environmental factors. But genes never explained more than about one-third of daytime nap length, the researchers reported. Family routines and other shared environmental influences, on the other hand, accounted for between 33 and 79 percent of whether or not twins were napping during the day, and for how long. That association became stronger as children got older and average nap length shortened. REUTERS

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Girardi praises Mets’ Harvey Matt Harvey has an admirer in Joe Girardi. “Just watching him on TV, he’s impressive,” Girardi said of Harvey prior to the start of the Subway Series. Harvey will start tonight’s game against the Yankees at Citi Field. The right-hander is 5-0 with a 1.93 ERA this season. Dating back to last July when he was

Girardi will send Hiroki Kuroda to the mound against Matt Harvey tonight. / GETTY IMAGES

called up from Triple-A, Harvey is 8-5 with a 2.30 ERA and 144 strikeouts in 129.1 innings. “I actually watched his first start [a 3-1 win over the Diamondbacks in Arizona on July 26, 2012],” Girardi said. “I called my buddy — he’s a Mets fan — and I told him, ‘You have something to be excited about.’ This kid’s got a great arm. He’s been impressive all year long. I’ve seen some of

his games on TV. We’ll get a chance to see him in person.” Girardi admitted he has dual purposes for watching Harvey’s starts. “The first time I watched [him] was because I [am] a fan of the game and have interest in New York baseball since I live here,” Girardi said. “Now I watch games because I [knew] we were playing them fairly quickly.” DENIS GORMAN

Richards big question mark on breakup day ‘Not with it’

Peterson against gay marriage Vikings running back Adrian Peterson injected himself into a little controversy yesterday when he told SiriusXM Radio he did not support gay marriage. “To each his own, [but] I’m not with it,” he said. “I have relatives who are gay. I’m not biased toward them. I still treat them the same. I love ’em. But again, I’m not with that. That’s not something I believe in.”

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NHL. The Rangers have the offseason to debate whether to amnesty the veteran center. Brad Richards was the primary target for the Rangers in free agency two years ago. The center may be targeted by the organization this summer for an altogether different reason. “I signed for longer than a year and a half,” Richards said when he met with reporters at the Rangers’ training facility yesterday for the final time in the 2013 season. “But I do understand what’s going on.” Richards could be a candidate for an amnesty buyout this summer due to his play in the truncated 2013 season, the remaining term on his contract and the new collective bargaining agreement’s salary cap benefit recapture system. The 33-year-old was a healthy scratch for Games

4 and 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Bruins. He finished the playoffs with one goal and a minus-3 rating in 10 playoff games, and had been dropped to a fourth line with Chris Kreider and Arron Asham midway through the Washington series. “As I said when I took him out of the lineup, I was not coaching the proper way, playing him on the fourth line,” head coach John Tortorella said. “It just doesn’t work. But I also could not put him in front of other people because [at the time] other people were playing better.” The Rangers have $13.5 million in available cap room right now, but by amnestying Richards, the Rangers would have $20.1 million in cap room. “I signed here to be a Ranger for a lot longer than a year and a half,” Richards said. “So I hope to do that.”

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Money men Signed to a nine-year, $60 million free agent deal in July 2011, Richards has seven years and $36 million left on his deal, and is a $6.67 million cap hit through the 2019-20 season. He is scheduled to make $9 million next season. The

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NJ senator calls for old AD back Rutgers. The new athletic director is stirring up a familiar scandal. New Jersey state Sen. Ray Lesniak saw this coming. In the latest scandal to hit Rutgers, reports surfaced alleging new athletic director Julie Hermann directed abuse toward players as head volleyball coach at Tennessee in the 1990s, which caused her to resign. According to reports, Rutgers never vetted Hermann about this incident when they decided to hire her to replace Tim Pernetti as athletic director. Pernetti was forced to resign April 6 after the firing of head basketball coach Mike Rice. Pernetti chose to suspend Rice in December after a video of

him berating players came to light. When ESPN aired the tape in April, Rice was fired. “First of all, [Pernetti] followed university procedures — human resource and legal procedures that were in place that were inadequate to deal with this situation,” Lesniak, who represents the 20th district, told Metro yesterday. “He was made the scapegoat rather than the institution taking responsibility.” Lesniak graduated from Rutgers with a degree in economics and is a men’s basketball season ticket holder. “When you make someone a scapegoat, like [Rutgers] President Rob Barchi did, bad things happen and bad things did happen with the hiring of an athletic director who has a very difficult past of abuse of players. The right

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that that a license, Number TBA for Beer & Wine has been applied applied for by the undersigned to sell Beer & Wine at at retail in a Restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Beverage Control Law Law at: at: 315 Fifth Fifth Ave. 2nd Floor Yoork, NY 10016 for Floor,, New York, on-premise consumption. Gogi Inc.

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SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF QUEENS _____________________________________ Anzhelika Davidova, Index No. 16294/1202 Plaintiff - againstDate Summons Filed: 3rd day of August, 2012 Artur Yusupov, SUMMONS WITH NOTICE Defendant. This action is brought in the County of QUEENS because said County is the County where the Plaintiff resides. _____________________________________ ACTION FOR A DIVORCE To the Defendant: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND REQUIRED TO RESPOND TO THIS SUMMONS and to the requests for relief made by the Plaintiff by serving a written Notice of Appearance on the Plaintiff’s attorney, at the address stated below. If this Summons with Notice was served upon you within the State of New York by personal delivery, you must respond WITHIN 20 DAYS after service, exclusive of the day of service. If this Summons with Notice was not personally delivered to you within the State of New York you must respond WITHIN 30 DAYS after service is complete in accordance with the requirements of the Civil Practice Law and Rules. THE NATURE OF THIS ACTION IS TO OBTAIN A JUDGMENT OF DIVORCE, DISSOLVING THE MARRIAGE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLAINTIFF AND DEFENDANT. THIS ACTION FOR DIVORCE IS BASED UPON THE FOLLOWING GROUND OR GROUNDS: Abandonment of the Plaintiff by the Defendant for a period of more than one (1) year, pursuant to Domestic Relations Law Section 170(2); THE RELIEF SOUGHT BY THE PLAINTIFF IN THIS ACTION IS A JUDGMENT DIVORCING THE PARTIES AND DISSOLVING THE MARITAL RELATIONSHIP WHICH HAS HERETOFORE EXISTED. PLAINTIFF ALSO REQUESTS THAT SUCH JUDGMENT GRANT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS OF ADDITIONAL AND ANCILLARY RELIEF: 1. Awarding Plaintiff custody of the unemancipated child of the marriage. 2. Awarding Plaintiff child support, including, but not limited to, a periodic payment, and, where appropriate, a child care allowance, health care allowance, and allowance for private and/or college educational expenses. 3. Granting each party the right to resume the use of any maiden name or other pre-marriage surname. 4. Awarding Plaintiff such other and further relief as to the court may seem just and proper, together with the costs and disbursements of this action. Pursuant to Domestic Relations Law § 255, effective October 9, 2009, notice is hereby given that once the judgment of divorce is signed, a party hereto may or may not be eligible to be covered under the other party’s health insurance plan, depending on the terms of the plan. NOTICE is hereby provided of the automatic orders in this matrimonial action pursuant to Domestic Relations Law § 236(B)(2)(b): With respect to matrimonial actions commenced on or after September 1, 2009, the automatic orders shall be binding upon the plaintiff in a matrimonial action immediately upon the filing of the summons, or summons and complaint, and upon the defendant immediately upon the service of the automatic orders with the summons. The automatic orders shall remain in full force and effect during the pendency of the action, unless terminated, modified or amended by further order of the court upon motion of either of the parties or upon written agreement between the parties duly executed and acknowledged. (1) Neither party shall sell, transfer, encumber, conceal, assign, remove or in any way dispose of, without the consent of the other party in writing, or by order of the court, any property (including, but not limited to, real estate, personal property, cash accounts, stocks, mutual funds, bank accounts, cars and boats) individually or jointly held by the parties, except in the usual course of business, for customary and usual household expenses or for reasonable attorney’s fees in connection with this action. (2) Neither party shall transfer, encumber, assign, remove, withdraw or in any way dispose of any tax deferred funds, stocks or other assets held in any individual retirement accounts, 401K accounts, profit sharing plans, Keough accounts, or any other pension or retirement account, and the parties shall further refrain from applying for or requesting the payment of retirement benefits or annuity payments of any kind, without the consent of the other party in writing, or upon further order of the court. (3) Neither party shall incur unreasonable debts hereafter, including, but not limited to further borrowing against any credit line secured by the family residence, further encumbrancing any assets, or unreasonably using credit cards or cash advances against credit cards, except in the usual course of business or for customary or usual household expenses, or for reasonable attorney’s fees in connection with this action. (4) Neither party shall cause the other party or the children of the marriage to be removed from any existing medical, hospital and dental insurance coverage, and each party shall maintain the existing medical, hospital and dental insurance coverage in full force and effect. (5) Neither party shall change the beneficiaries of any existing life insurance policies, and each party shall maintain the existing life insurance, automobile insurance, homeowners and renters insurance policies in full force and effect. IN THE EVENT THAT YOU FAIL TO APPEAR OR ANSWER, JUDGMENT WILL BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU, by default, for the relief demanded in this Summons with Notice. Dated: August 3, 2012 Yours, etc., s.s. Alla Roytberg, Esq. The Law Firm and Mediation Practice Of Alla Roytberg Attorney for Plaintiff 108-18 Queens Boulevard, Suite 502 Forest Hills, NY 11375, 718-575-9479 NOTICE CONCERNING CONTINUATION OF HEALTH CARE COVERAGE (Required by Section 255(1) of the Domestic Relations Law) PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that once a judgment of divorce is signed in this action, both you and your spouse may or may not continue to be eligible for coverage under each other’s health insurance plan, depending on the terms of the plan.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT TO LAW LA AW, thatt the NYC Department tha p of Consumer Affairs will hold a Public Hearing on W Wednesday, ednesday, June 5, 2013 aatt 2:00 p.m. p at at 66 John Street, 11thh floor flfloor,, on a petition from Cobra Caterers, Ca terers, Inc. to continue operate to, maintain, and opera p te an unenclosed unenc losed sidewalk café aatt 575 Hudson Street. in Manhattan the Borough of Manha ttan for a term of two years.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT TO LAW, LAW, that the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs Affairs will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, W ednesday, June 5, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at 66 John Street, Street, 11th floor, floor, on a petition from from VFB Corp d/b/a The Stellan to continue to, maintain, and operate an unenclosed sidewalk café at 2 West West 35th Str eet in the Borough Borough Street of Manhattan for a term of two years. REQUESTS FOR COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REVOCABLE CONSENT AGREEMENT MAY MA AY BE ADDRESSED TO: DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFF FA AIRS, ATTN: AT TTN: FOIL OFFICER, 42 AFFAIRS, BROADW AY, NEW YORK, NY 10004. BROADWAY,

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a license, Number TBA for Liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell Liquor retail in a Liquor,, Beer & Wine at retail Restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Control Law at: 1022 Cortelyou Rd., Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11218 for on-premise on-premise consumption. ASBH LLC.

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REQUESTS FOR COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REVOCABLE CONSENT MAY AGREEMENT MA AY BE ADDRESSED TO: DEPARTMENT DEPAR RTTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, ATTN: AFF AIRS, A TTN: T FOIL OFFICER, 42 BROADWAY, BROADWAY, NEW YORK, NY 10004.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT LA AW, TO LAW, that the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs Affairs will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at 66 John Street, Street, 11th floor, floor, on a petition from from Nino’s Nino’s Tribeca Tribeca Restaurant LTD. LT TD. to continue to, maintain, and operate an unenclosed sidewalk café at 1662 3rd 3rd Avenue. Avvenue. in the Borough Borough of Manhattan for a term of two years. REQUESTS FOR COPIES OF THE PROPOSED REVOCABLE CONSENT AGREEMENT MAY MA AY BE ADDRESSED TO: DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, ATTN: AFF AIRS, ATTN: T FOIL OFFICER, 42 BROADWAY, BROADWAY, NEW YORK, NY 10004.

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