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Named and shamed Busted. The Nassau County PD arrested 104 suspects in one month for soliciting prostitutes as part of “Operation Flush the Johns.” Hidden cameras. The sting operation used Backpage.com to arrange meetings with undercover police officers posing as prostitutes. New focus. The operation is part of an effort to broaden enforcement against johns, said Kathleen Rice, Nassau County DA. PAGE 06

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Echoing real life. A photographer stages violent scenes on Brooklyn streets. “Violent Material,” a photo series by Brooklynbased photographer Steven Brahms, depicts men on the streets of Greenpoint and Williamsburg wielding guns in poses that recall action flicks and movie posters, their faces menacing, their hands gripping firearms that looks real. But is it alarming? That is the question Brahms poses: Have these cinematic archetypes become so ubiquitous as to no longer elicit a startled reaction? “I just thought to myself: ‘I wonder what that would actually look like, if I saw a guy with a gun on my street,’” Brahms said. With 25 people shot on city streets this past weekend, some New Yorkers don’t have to wonder about that question. According to the Daily News, this past weekend’s shootings made up 5 percent of this year’s approximately 440 shootings. Brahms had a permit from the city, so his crew was accompanied by a uniformed NYPD officer. Brahms found his subjects through Craigslist

Here’s one of the photos from Steven Brahms’ “Violent Material” series that was shot in Brooklyn. / STEVEN BRAHMS Exploring violence The “Violent Material” series explores the issue of violence. •

The photos from the series recall images from action movies and film posters.

Photographer Steven Brahms shot all of the photos in Williamsburg and Greenpoint.

Brahms said that even with a police officer with them, they drew lots of attention.

Pathway. Schumer expects immigration bill to pass by July 4 Sen. Chuck Schumer anticipates the bipartisan Gang of Eight immigration bill will pass by July 4, The Associated Press reported. Schumer reportedly said he believes as many as 70 of the 100 senators will vote for the measure when it goes for a full senate vote on June 10. DANIELLE TCHOLAKIAN

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and casting websites; he picked the applicants who he thought echoed the iconic imagery of “the guy with the gun.” Even with the talent, Brahms said, the shoot was “a little sketchy, because they’re holding guns in Brooklyn.” “Some felt tough doing it, and then others felt somewhat scared doing it, because you don’t normally see a guy on the street at two o’clock in the afternoon holding a gun,” Brahms explained. But the process of taking the photos aligned with his feelings about the desensitizing effect

of this kind of imagery of men with guns. “That was what was so weird,” he said. “As soon as you take the picture, instantly [that tension] kind of deteriorates, and it’s not that interesting because you’ve seen it before and you’re seeing it again.” In fact, the images appearing in Tuesday’s Metro will be yet another instance of that, Brahms noted: “It’s part of the project now,” he said. “It’s very cool.”

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Nassau County authorities arrested 104 men for allegedly soliciting sex for money from undercover cops in a month-long sting called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Operation Flush the Johns,â&#x20AC;? the Daily News reported. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice reportedly hoped to send a message to men

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Justices. Police can take DNA upon arrest In a major victory for law enforcement agencies, a divided Supreme Court yesterday ruled that police can take a DNA sample from someone who has been arrested and charged but not convicted of a serious crime. On a 5-4 vote, the court reversed a decision last April by Marylandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s highest court that overturned the 2010 conviction and life sentence of Alonzo Jay King for a rape committed seven years earlier.

Five-term New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg dies at 89

In an opinion written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, the court handed a victory to the state of Maryland by saying that taking DNA samples from arrestees was similar to taking fingerprints. Of the 50 states, 29 have such laws along with the federal government. DNA samples can be taken if police have probable cause to detain a suspect facing charges relating to a serious offense, Kennedy said. REUTERS

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rect the response. Abraira, who served in Dallas before his appointment as Boston Fire Chief in 2011, said he never felt that he had the full support of the department, which has typically been led by chiefs selected from within its ranks. REUTERS

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Apple Inc. has signed an agreement with Warner Music Group for music licenses in a push to create a streaming music service. It will unveil the plan at a conference next week, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported yesterday, citing anonymous sources. Apple has been considering a musicstreaming service to complement iTunes for the past year, but progress has been slow in hashing out deals with music companies.

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China. Fire kills 119 people inside locked slaughterhouse A blaze at a locked poultry slaughterhouse in northeast China killed at least 119 people yesterday, with several still unaccounted for, officials and state media said. The tragedy triggered online outrage in a country with a grim record on fire safety. The fire broke out just after dawn near Dehui in Jilin province. The provincial government said it sent more than 500 firefighters and more than 270 doctors and nurses

to the scene, evacuating 3,000 nearby residents as a precaution. China Central Television showed thick black smoke pouring from a low-slung, one-story building with an arched roof over part of it. Flames shot through some rooftop vents, and firefighters on the ground and on high ladders poured water onto the roof and onto smoldering debris inside the building. REUTERS

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Suspect in British soldierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s murder blows kisses in dock Charged. Adebolajo, 28, was returned to custody until a hearing to decide whether he can be released on bail. One of two men charged with murdering a British soldier on a busy London street appeared in court for the first time yesterday, blowing kisses to a supporter in the public

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and dutifully tried to contact murdered Jews whose wealth was being plundered by the ministryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top officials, according to a new book. Germans have publicly atoned for Nazi crimes in a myriad of ways over six

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to him as Abu Hamza during the hearing. Adebolajo repeatedly interrupted proceedings, asking why he had to stand up and questioning the charges after they were read to him. â&#x20AC;&#x153;May I respond, may I respond,â&#x20AC;? he asked several times during the five-minute hearing. He did not enter a plea, and the magistrate said a further hearing will take place at the Central Criminal Court, known as the Old Bailey, on June 28. REUTERS

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from dragging Syria down into a complete and total implosion where it has broken up into enclaves and the institutions of the state have been destroyed, with God knows how many additional refugees and how many innocent people killed,” he added. Humanitarian groups say as many as 1,500 wounded people may be trapped in the besieged town Qusair by fighting between rebels and Assad’s forces, who are backed by fighters from Lebanon’s militant Shi’ite group, Hezbollah. The peace conference that Kerry hopes to convene aims to implement an agreement hammered out 11 months ago, also in Geneva, that called for an end to the violence and the formation of a transitional government by “mutual consent.”

Cars destroyed outside the Syrian Investment Authority offices following a deadly car bomb which rocked central Damascus on April 8, 2013. / GETTY IMAGES Secretary of state

Kerry to decide when to push for peace decisions Secretary of State John Kerry said yesterday he

will decide at some point whether to return to Israel and the Palestinian territories to push for decisions by the sides on reviving stalled peace talks to end their decades-old conflict.

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Soul singer Sharon Jones has cancer, postpones album

Sharon Jones & the DapKings are postponing a new album and tour due to Jones’ recent cancer diagnosis. “Over the last few weeks I haven’t felt good and I didn’t know what was going on,” Jones, 57, said on the Dap-King’s website. “We just found out

that I have a stage 1 tumor on my bile duct. Luckily we caught it really early and fast, and the doctors say it’s operable and curable!” The group’s fifth album, “Give the People What They Want,” was scheduled to be released on Aug. 6. No new release date is set.

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In the IRA saga “Shadow Dancer,” rising English star Andrea Riseborough (“Oblivion”) delivers what might as well be termed “The Heath Ledger Performance.” Like his performance in “Brokeback Mountain,” hers is completely internalized, free of emotion. It’s not that she feels nothing or has no inner life, but rather that all feelings are locked inside the body. The audience is reduced to scanning her stony exterior for signs of life, fruitlessly and fascinatingly. There’s a reason for her opacity: Her character, Colette, has been traumatized into working for the IRA. An opening set in 1973 finds her little brother accidentally killed during an attack. This hardens her enough that, 20 years later, she plants a bomb in a subway station. Colette’s plan is thwarted and she’s carted off by authorities, at which point Mac (Clive Owen), an intense but rugged MI5 officer, finds her weak spot: she has a young son. She finds herself in an impossible situation, having to choose between losing her son and ratting out her connected family. Like most films on the Irish Troubles, “Shadow Dancer” takes a neutral stance. But it doesn’t hold back on depicting the brutishness on both sides. Both

the IRA and the MI5 act like mafia thugs; if they’re not torturing people physically, they’re doing it psychologically. Director James Marsh, a part-time documentarian who made “Man on Wire” and “Project Nim,” offers a cool, detached tone that’s nonetheless sick with claustrophobic dread. For most of the length there doesn’t appear to be any way out for Colette, nor anyone else. “Shadow Dancer” lets the impossibility of the situation sit there for most of its length, before a more or less sudden shock twist. It’s a thinking person’s thriller, but it could stand to be if not more taut, then at least more probing. Riseborough is effortlessly fantastic, and she has a vulnerable, pouty look that clashes nicely with how little vulnerability she tries to convey. But the film spends a lot of its length stalled, and can’t help but trade in stock situations. The evolution of Colette and Mac’s relationship — is it interrogation… or is it love? — breaks up the slight monotony, but it’s an element from a less smart picture.

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RISING ABOVE THE TROUBLES Andrea Riseborough is poised to become the latest major British export. Though most Americans will recognize her as Tom Cruise’s partner/ lover in “Oblivion,” the English actress has had many high-profile homeland roles for big directors: She was one of Sally Hawkins’ friends in Mike Leigh’s “HappyGo-Lucky,” the gullible girlfriend in “Brighton Rock” and Wallis Simpson in Madonna’s “W.E.” In “Shadow Dancer,” in theaters now, she plays a Northern Ireland woman in 1993 working for the IRA and forced by an MI5 officer (Clive Owen) to turn snitch on her connected family. What were some things you discovered about people living it directly as you prepped for the film? They were born into it. This didn’t begin in 1922, of course. It

goes back to the 1000s. The island’s been in so much turmoil for such a long time. But they got through it. How they got through it, I discovered, was all the women were on pills and all the men were drinking vodka. It was a situation in which you’d say goodbye to your kids on their way to school in the morning, and you had no idea whether they were going to return at the end of the day. And I’m really not sure how people get through that, other than just living it. There aren’t many films on the Troubles that focus on women. Our industry seems to have grossly misrepresented female involvement in the Troubles. There were so many strong women — and weak women — involved in the struggle. Of course, it’s a no-brainer. Who are you going to

put on the tube with a bomb? Are you going to put someone who looks horribly conspicuous in a black leather jacket, a skinhead, a big guy? Or are you going to use someone easy to overlook? Your character doesn’t speak much. What are the difficulties in conveying her inner turmoil through silence? She didn’t start out that way. She spoke more. Silence is her strength, truly. And at that time of paranoia, deep paranoia, when you couldn’t trust family members, let alone friends, it just seemed very authentic to us to have her not talk much. We had a responsibility to be authentic, because there were so many people hurt and affected by this conflict.

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Sports. Find the right team for your child. With deadlines approaching for summer — and even fall — sports teams, now is the time to find the right environment for your children. But identifying the right one out of a slew of options can be stressful, and experts suggest taking the time to find the right fit. Luis Fernando Llosa, a co-author of “Beyond Winning: Smart Parenting in a Toxic Sports Environment,” recommends waiting until kids are 11 or 12 to sign them up — something he acknowledges is unusual. This allows children time for developmental stages, he said, “rather than having a coach barking at them all the time and telling them what to do.” Those barking coaches

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are another thing to avoid, he advises. “Find out whether the coach is ego-driven or not,” Llosa said. “They’re doing this more for themselves than for the kids that they coach, and they have very little training in child development.” Aaron Finkel had so much trouble deciding among the “dizzying” number of sports options and deadlines that he launched a website last month, New York Sports Connection, to organize

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teams. “There are so many different options for parents,” he said, which can become overwhelming. Many moms and dads also miss deadlines — something he did once and hopes to never do again. “I missed the deadline for my son once to [play] flag football,” he said. “I never want to see that look on his face again.”

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Summer camp? It’s not too late Camp. Take a look at these options. Still hoping to find a spot for your child to spend their summer days? It’s not too late — many New York City camps and classes are still accepting summer registration, whether your child might like a musical theater program or sleeping in a rustic cabin.

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Yogi Beans For a camp-like experience without the separation of a full week away, kids’ yoga studio Yogi Beans on the Upper East Side offers a Mini-Bean Yoga Retreat,

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Freshmade NYC For children with an appetite or eye toward the kitchen, SoHo-based Freshmade NYC is expanding its cooking classes this year to a three-day summer camp, for an hour each day. The camp includes cooking alongside arts and crafts, yoga and farm visits. Kids plant and grow their own herbs and vegetables, then learn to prepare healthy meals. Ages 2 to 6 $272 per session

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Gemini | May 22-June 20. You’ll be more alert to opportunities and nuances in the morning than in the afternoon. As you tire, you could start to miss things.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Be extremely careful of your words when talking to a sensitive friend. What you think is harmless could be construed as offensive.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21. If you want to have a productive day, you must follow a realistic plan. If you don’t, all of your time will be spent cleaning up.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Most of your affairs will turn out favorably, with one exception. You might repeat an error you’ve made before.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Your methods could be quite imaginative and innovative today. Don’t let others shut you down.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. A project might require more resources than you have at your disposal. Have someone at your side.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. There isn’t likely to be anything wrong with the way you think, but you might have to compromise.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. If you put too much emphasis on your own interests, expect to meet with resistance. Conversely, when you are considerate, good things can happen.

Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Even though you are a cooperative person, today you might not be a team player. When you make things tough on others, you do it to yourself too.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Some lucky developments are a strong possibility. However, unless you’re willing to share the benefits with others, you could end up feeling dismal.

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Kidd calls it quits after 19 years in legendary career NBA. The future Hall of Famer leaves a long legacy in the New York area.

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One of the greatest point guards of all time has hung it up for good. The Knicks announced yesterday that Jason Kidd will retire from the NBA. Kidd spent the last season with the Knicks, but will be remembered most for his time in Phoenix, New Jersey and Dallas. Kidd, 40, was signed to a three-year deal by the Knicks last off-season, but struggled in the postseason despite a solid regular season backing up Raymond Felton. He averaged 6.3 points, 4.3 rebounds

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