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Community meeting. Hundreds pack school cafeteria, overflow into street to learn about a string of violent attacks in South Boston. Arrest imminent. Officials say the person in custody for non-fatal attacks shows “facts” very similar to Amy Lord’s murder. PAGE 02

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Jeni Miller, of South Boston, stands in the overflow crowd outside the Joseph Tynan School in South Boston last night for a community meeting at which officials addressed the crowd on the recent string of attacks on women in the area, one of which took the life of Amy Lord. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Gang member faces life for teen murder A Roslindale man faces sentencing today after a jury last week convicted him of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of 18-year-old Alex Sierra. Ricardo Arias, 20, faces a mandatory life term after he was found guilty of murder and unlawful possession of a firearm in connection with the unprovoked shooting that claimed Sierra’s life on Sept. 3, 2011, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said. METRO

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Large crowd, but few answers in Lord case SRO. Hundreds show up to get answers from officials. Hundreds of concerned residents packed into a stuffy South Boston elementary school cafeteria last night wanting answers about a grisly murder that happened one week earlier, just blocks away. Residents were so eager for information on whether an arrest had been made in the stabbing death of 24-year-old Amy Lord that they congregated outside, peering in. “There is a myriad of things that have to be properly processed. I’d love to stand here and say we are charging this individual tonight, but I can not do that,” said Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis told crowd. Investigators said Lord was beaten, robbed and stabbed to death early Tuesday and dumped at the Stony Brook reservation in Hyde Park. Davis reassured the crowd that investigators are close to bringing formal charges in the matter, but did not outwardly state whether Edwin Alemany, 28, is who they believe is responsible for the murder. Alemany is the sole person of interest in the case. Last week Alemany was charged with assault with intent to murder in connection with a separate non-fatal stabbing of a woman in South Boston around the time of Lord’s murder. He was also charged with punching a second woman Tuesday. Suffolk County Dan Connolly said Alemany’s non-fatal attacks on women around the time of Lord’s murder show

Crime. Getaway car had 6-year-old girl inside A Lowell man attempted to rob a Manchester, N.H., convenience store on Sunday morning before taking off in a car with a 6-year-old in the backseat, according to police. Brian Cunneen, 22, of Lowell, allegedly approached the cashier with a gun and demanded money from the

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register, but another customer interrupted the robbery. Cunneen eventually was forced to stop at a Bedford toll booth, and was arrested with an accomplice — 17-year-old John Hickey, also of Lowell. A 6-year-old girl and her mother were removed from the car at gunpoint. METRO

Hundreds gathered at the Joseph Tynan School in South Boston last night for a community meeting at which officials addressed the crowd on the recent string of attacks on women in South Boston, one of which took the life of Amy Lord. NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Fired Davis announced last night that Boston Police Detective Jerome Hall-Brewster, who last year failed to arrest Edwin Alemany after his wallet was found at the scene of a Roxbury attack, was relieved of his duties. •

The announcement elicited applause from meeting attendees.

“facts very similar to her murder case,” and that prosecutors would ask that he be held on “extraordinarily high bail” on those cases. “And we expect to get it,” he said. Shark mania

Hotel dives into ‘Shark Week’ The Revere Hotel will celebrate The Discovery Channel’s 26th annual Shark Week starting Sunday with a screening of “Jaws Comes Home” at its in-house theater, and will offer up an “eat like a Shark Week” seafood menu on its rooftop bar. METRO

Applause rang through the tiny cafeteria when he assured residents that Alemany “no longer poses any threat to the citizens of South Boston.” Alemany was brought to Bridgewater State Hospital for a mental health evaluation following his arrest. “In the case of Amy Lord, we can say with absolute certainty that she was an innocent victim,” Connolly said before pleading with anxious residents to be patient with investigators. “We need more time and more room to build the most compelling case possible. [Lord’s] family and friends deserve nothing less.” Suzanne Schlossberg, 23, works in the area, and attended

last night’s meeting to get a sense of how safe it was to walk around. “I’m concerned about the safety here,” said Schlossberg. “I felt fine before. I had no problem working late. … This is really about this recent spate of incidents and wanting to make sure that that’s taken care of.” She is not concerned that charges had not yet been brought as of last night: “I think law enforcement is doing their job. Some will bring charges forward when they think it’s appropriate, when they have evidence to prove that someone did it.”

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Free flicks. Boston kicks off free summer movies Last night kicked off a month of free, family-friendly film screenings at Boston parks as part of the Parks and Recreation Department’s ParkARTS program. “The Express,” was screened at the Hunt/Almont Park in Mattapan. Future films include “Miracle,” at Medal of Honor

Park, “ParaNorman” at Blackstone Square, “Madagascar 3” at Adams Park in Roslindale, “We Are Marshall” at Billings Field in West Roxbury and “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” at Iacono Playground in Hyde Park. The weekly event offers free popcorn by AMC Loews and Skinny Pop Popcorn. METRO


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“You’re a man who likes to make up stories.” Brian T. Kelly, Assistant U.S. Attorney

During direct questioning by Bulger attorney Hank Brennan, Fitzpatrick testified about being tasked with straightening out “major problems” in the Boston FBI office when he was assigned there in 1981. But Fitzpatrick’s credibility was immediately called into question when Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian T. Kelly asked his first question on cross-examination. “You’re a man who likes to make up stories,” Kelly said. “No,” Fitzpatrick said. Kelly quizzed Fitzpatrick on claims made in his book “Betrayal,” as well as his entire testimony about the actions of corrupt FBI agent John Connolly. Fitzpatrick’s testimony will continue today.

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Marathon victim. Island gazebo to be dedicated in Krystle Campbell’s name The gazebo on Spectacle Island was one of Krystle Campbell’s favorite places to relax while on a break from work. Now, the gazebo where she found solace will soon bear the name of the 29-yearold Boston Marathon bombing victim. The Boston Parks and Recreation Commission voted unanimously yesterday to dedicate the gazebo on the east side of the Boston Harbor island in Campbell’s name, according to the parks department. Campbell was one of three people killed when a pair of bombs exploded on Pest control

Fitzpatrick’s book “Betrayal” was mentioned several times during the prosecution’s cross-examination yesterday. / AMAZON.COM

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Criminal crackdown

Mosquito spraying to take place in Eastie

State, feds partner on food stamp cases

Public health officials are alerting East Boston residents that mosquito spraying will take place in the area later this week. The Suffolk County Mosquito Control Project will spray on Thursday from dusk until 11:30 p.m., the Health Commission said. METRO

Under a new agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture, state and local law enforcement will be able to investigate retailers engaged in food stamp trafficking, an area that previously fell under federal purview. SHNS


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Beth Israel to pay $5.3 million over Medicare billing Settlement. Beth Israel Deaconess agrees to a mult-million payout, but admits no wrongdoing. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center will pay more than $5.3 million after the federal government accused the teaching hospital of inappropriately submitting claims to Medicare over a four-year span. U.S. Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz announced yesterday that the multi-million-dollar payment settles allegations that the hospital violated the False Claims Act by billing Medicare for inpatient admissions that should have been billed as lower reimbursed outpatient or observation services. The government accused the hospital of inappropriately submitting claims for one-day

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stay inpatient admissions for patients with congestive heart failure, chest pain and certain digestive and nutritional disorders. Ortiz claims they should have been billed as observation services as the patients were briefly admitted for the limited purpose of observation and discharged the next day. The hospital has not admitted liability or wrongdoing in connection with the settlement. The hospital released a

statement saying, “The inquiry conducted by the United States had absolutely nothing to do with quality of care provided to patients. Indeed, during the inquiry, BIDMC vigorously defended claims for an inpatient level of service delivered to patients whom physicians had concluded should be admitted to the hospital because of their condition. Under the settlement, BIDMC admits no liability whatsoever. “ Ortiz said the claims were submitted between 2004 and 2008. “[The] settlement furthers two critical purposes: ensuring that precious federal health care dollars are spent appropriately and in accordance with the law, and emphasizing that patient needs, not the bottom line, must be the basis for treatment decisions,” Ortiz said.

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Honoring fallen heroes

Menino unveils ‘History of Heroes’ project Mayor Thomas Menino yesterday unveiled “Boston’s History of Heroes,” a project meant to transform the public’s experience with the 1,285 Hero Square street signs currently posted throughout the city. Street signs will be installed on existing Hero Square street posts that will display biographical information about fallen service members and will let the public access associated online content. “It is my hope that History of Heroes will help our veterans connect with the community and services available to them, and our residents connect with those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country,” Menino said at the sign dedication for Sgt. Alberto D. Montrond in Roxbury. METRO

Time to harvest Hub honey Something sweet has been taking shape on the roof deck of the InterContinental hotel. The hotel’s sous-chef, Cyrille Couet, along with bee experts Laurie and Dean Stiglitz, harvested honey yesterday from the hotel’s apiary, which is home to more than 160,000 bees. The honey will be used in a Honey Harvest Dinner in September. NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO


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Philadelphia blast injures eight, destroys three homes

Scandal. Ex-football coach testifies in Sandusky cover-up case The former football coach whose account of Jerry Sandusky molesting a boy in a Penn State shower is at the heart of a cover-up case against former school officials testified at their court hearing yesterday. Mike McQueary told of a series of talks he had with late Penn State coach Joe Paterno in February 2001, including the morning after he spotted Sandusky sexually

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abusing a child in the locker room showers. “I had seen Jerry Sandusky engaged in a very bad sexual act, a molestation act, with a minor,” McQueary testified he told Paterno. He also testified that he told other university officials about the incident — including two of the three officials appearing at yesterday’s hearing. None reported it to police. REUTERS

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Senate confirms Comey to be next FBI director James Comey, a former deputy U.S. attorney general and Republican, won Senate confirmation yesterday as President Barack Obama’s

pick to head the FBI. Comey, a deputy attorney general in the George W. Bush administration, will replace Robert Mueller, who has led the bureau since shortly before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. The vote was 93-1. REUTERS

Emergency crews work the scene of a row-home explosion along Daly Street in South Philadelphia. / RIKARD LARMA, METRO

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Eight people, including three children, were injured in Philadelphia yesterday when an apparent natural gas explosion tore through a row house under renovation, causing the collapse of three houses. Among those injured was a man who was hospitalized with severe burns and listed in critical condition and a child who had suffered minor injuries, the office of Mayor Michael Nutter said in a statement. Residents reported a strong smell of natural gas after the blast and Philadelphia Gas Works crews shut off gas to the area, utility spokeswoman Melanie McCottry said. Hundreds of people watched

as emergency workers and firefighters went about clearing 15 feet of rubble and debris that spilled onto the street from the collapsed home. One resident of the neighborhood, Diane Schaffer, said the smell of gas had permeated the area since early yesterday morning. After the explosion, she put her son and a neighbor’s daughter in her car and fled the area. “I could hear a guy saying, ‘Help me, help me,’ but when I looked back, I saw two guys running towards him, so I felt OK about leaving,” Schaffer said. “We just sped off.” Early last month, a building under demolition in the city collapsed, killing six people and injuring 14. REUTERS Evacuation

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Pope Francis says gays should not be marginalized Catholicism. The 76-year-old Argentine did reaffirm Church teaching that homosexual acts are considered a sin. Pope Francis has said gay people should not be marginalized but integrated into society, in some of the most conciliatory remarks by a pontiff on the issue of homosexuality. In a broad-ranging 80-minute conversation with journalists on the plane bringing him back from a weeklong visit to Brazil on Sunday night, he also said he could not judge gay priests, an emotive topic that divides Catholic opinion. Francis stressed that the Roman Catholic Church’s ban

on women priests was definitive, although he would like them to have more leadership roles in administration and pastoral activities. His forthright tone and readiness to field so many questions underlined Francis’ desire to do things differently. He has eschewed many trappings of the papacy, championed the poor and tackled some of the biggest scandals facing the Church head-on. Francis said there were saints in the Holy See but also “those who are not very saintly.” The airborne encounter with journalists covered issues as varied as the pope’s insistence on low-key security to his desire to unlock the shackles of the Vatican to go for walks. The pope arrived back in Rome yesterday after a triumphant tour of Brazil.

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Pope Francis disembarks as he arrives at Ciampino Rome’s international airport from Brazil yesterday. / GETTY IMAGES

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The son of the Ohio man who held three women captive for years said that he was happy his father has pleaded guilty in a deal that spared him the death penalty and spared his victims from court appearances. “I think this way is a lot better because he’s sent himself away and he will be away for the rest of his life,” Anthony Castro said on NBC News’ “Today.” Anthony Castro said yesterday he felt “overwhelming joy” when he first heard the women had been found and freed, but was horrified when he learned that it was his father who had held them. REUTERS

The FBI arrested 150 people across the United States on charges of holding children against their will for prostitution, a three-day weekend sweep that officials yesterday called the largest-ever operation against child sex-trafficking. The suspects, whom the FBI referred to as “pimps,” were arrested in 76 U.S. cities and are expected to face state and federal charges related to sex crimes and human trafficking. Of the 150 suspects, 18 were arrested by agents in Detroit, 17 by agents from San Francisco and 13 by Oklahoma City agents, the FBI said. REUTERS

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Amazon unveils hiring spree ahead of Obama visit Amazon.com Inc. unveiled a new hiring spree yesterday ahead of a visit by President Barack Obama to one of the Internet retailer’s giant distribution warehouses this week. Amazon said it is looking to fill more than 5,000 new full-time jobs at 17 of its fulfillment centers across the United States. That’s roughly a 25 percent increase in full-time fulfillment center staff, which currently number more than 20,000 in the country. Amazon has been building lots of new fulfillment centers closer to customers in recent years as the company tries to speed up delivery of online orders and reduce shipping costs. Amazon needs a lot of workers to pick, pack and ship orders alongside high tech robots that whiz around its warehouses. REUTERS

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Peace. Resumption of talks is an achievement for Kerry, who made six trips to the region in the past four months.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called for Israel and the Palestinians to make “reasonable compromises” for peace as he prepared to preside over their first direct negotiations in nearly three years yesterday. “It is no secret this is a difficult process. If it were easy, it would have happened a long time ago,” Kerry said with his newly named envoy for IsraeliPalestinian peace, former U.S. ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk, at his side. “It is no secret, therefore, that many difficult choices lie ahead for the negotiators and for the leaders as we seek reasonable compromises on tough, complicated, emotional and

symbolic issues,” Kerry said. In a sign of the challenges, the parties differed in public about the agenda for the talks, with an Israeli official saying all issues would be discussed simultaneously and a Palestinian official saying they would start with borders and security. The United States is trying to broker an agreement on a “twostate solution” in which Israel would exist peacefully alongside a new Palestinian state created in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, lands occupied by the Israelis since a 1967 war. The major issues that need to be resolved to bring an end to more than six decades of conflict include borders, the future of Jewish settlements on the West Bank, the fate of Palestinian refugees and the status of Jerusalem. The last direct negotiations collapsed in late 2010 over Israel’s construction of Jewish settlements on occupied land it seized in a 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS

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Obama welcomes talks, says hard choices remain President Barack Obama welcomed Israeli-Palestinian talks but cautioned that a tough path lies ahead. “This is a promising step forward, though hard work and hard choices remain ahead,” Obama said in a statement. “I am hopeful that both the Israelis and Palestinians will approach these talks in good faith and with sustained focus and determination,” he said. “The United States stands ready to support them throughout these negotiations, with the goal of achieving two states, living side by side in peace and security.”

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Two weeks after the tragic death of her boyfriend and “Glee” costar, Cory Monteith, Lea Michele posted a message on Twitter along with this gut-wrenching photo of the two of them taken shortly before Monteith died from a drug overdose. “Thank you all for helping me through this time with your enormous love & support,” she wrote. “Cory will forever be in my heart.” Michele has been busy helping Monteith’s family with his funeral

arrangements, as well as dealing with the “Glee” cast and crew. Showrunner Ryan Murphy said that the show is opting to go back into production as soon as possible, thanks to Michele, whom he says “was very adamant that she thought it was best for the cast and crew to get back together sooner [rather] than later so that mortgages could be paid and people could take care of their families. ... She felt people really needed to be together in this time.”

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And while on the subject of ‘Friends’ ... While talk of a “Friends” reunion movie may be DOA, Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow admit they wish the show hadn’t gone off the air when it did. “If I had a time machine, I would like to go back to 2004 and not have stopped,” says Perry, sitting in for Piers Morgan on his show, with Kudrow as his guest. She agrees: “If it were up to us, then I would keep going,” she says. “There would have come a time when someone would have said, ‘We’ve had enough.’ But why not have fun until they do?”

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Well, hello there, new artwork for Lady Gaga’s new single, “Applause,” which looks like something Barbra Streisand would do circa 1983. Gaga unveiled this cover on Sunday to Women’s Wear Daily; it was created by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, who also filmed the single’s music video. The single will drop on Aug. 19.

Today, Victoria Beckham is working out, Anna Kendrick has needs and Bob Saget is having an identity crisis. @victoriabeckham: So good to be back in LA, and hiking, who knew?

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realize that all of the things that you thought might happen, that’s not going to work now that you’ve sat down with the character and started to write. You’ve gotten to know her, you’re like, “She would never do this, that would never happen.” terms with losing him, including whether leaving rancid hot dogs in the fridge honors him. Taylor Jenkins Reid tells us why she chose to wreck her characters’ lives in her debut novel. How did you get the idea to do this book? I eloped a couple of years ago, almost five years ago. I only knew my husband for four months before we got married. Obviously getting married in general is a rush of emotions, sort of a crazy

time, but to do that with someone you just met, I was very overwhelmed. … [I started thinking,] “What happens if I lose all of this? What happens if he dies?” I just became very, very fearful of something crazy happening and me losing him. Around the same time, I knew I wanted to sit down and start writing a book. My brain had been focused on all of these terrifying things. I thought, “Why don’t I explore this and find out if there’s a story here?” The unimaginable sorrow is really vivid. Did you lose someone yourself, or how did you get into that space? This fear had been so real and almost visceral for me. Getting to those places ... it was really easy for me to write because it was basically writing my worst fears on paper.

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It takes more than a unique dish to pique Andrew Zimmern’s interest. And for a fourth season, the “Bizarre Foods America� host finds himself roaming between California and New York (with a detour to our northern neighbor). Why, having traveled all over the world, eating everything from “bleeding rocks� in Chile to eggplant custard in Greece, is he keeping it local? “To me, it’s all about great stories; great stories that we were overlooking,� he explains. “The beauty of America is that it’s a country of immigrants. I think there are more stories here from the fringe and foods from

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Providence, R.I.: “There are chefs who are doggedly committed to the ingredients coming out of the farms and the oceans. It’s a brilliant city to be eating through right now.� One to try: Farmstead’s awardwinning burger with polenta fries (www.farmsteadinc.com)

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love the place I just came from. Right now, I am overwhelmed by a place called King’s Noodle, an incredible Chinese restaurant.� One to try: Get there and ask for anything with pork.

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How to get your child off the couch and into a job Employment. It’s not too late to help your child find a summer job. Calling young readers! Send us pictures of your kiddos reading Metro, and you could be featured on Metro’s Facebook page! Tag your post #metrobabies on Twitter or Facebook, and if you’re on Instagram, hit us up at metronewyork.

Earning their own paychecks can teach many lessons. / COMSTOCK

If your son or daughter still is not picking up a paycheck this summer, it’s not too late. As a wealth management adviser, Ellen Perry has spent years advising people on how to keep not only businesses, but also families, thriving. One of her pieces of advice? Get a summer job. They teach valuable life skills, whether interning at a company that is in their sights or serving up pizza slices. After working with more than 100 wealthy families, she wrote �A Wealth of Possibilities: Navigating Family, Money, and Legacy.�

Although the book is geared toward families with money, her counsel can apply to parents and children across the board. Perry gave us tips for getting your child to turn off the TV and land a summer job:

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Don’t make it optional. Give them two weeks to lie around the house and sleep late — then, if they aren’t employed, tell them you will find one for them.

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Practical skills are useful. The job doesn’t need to be fancy to be good for them. Waitressing can teach a lot about time management, pacing and multitasking.

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A boss can be a great teacher. If you don’t know the boss, kids get honest feedback and learn to identify what the boss wants in terms of their performance and how to give it to them. Try not to be too fussy about the job or boss.

Stay out of the actual job search. Don’t make the calls for them, line up the interviews for them,

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Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Changes to your routine should work out rather well, especially those where chance intervenes.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. If you’re involved in a payment scheme that involves commission, this could be a good day. Limit your offerings.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Your warm, cooperative personality is extremely contagious. Your friends and colleagues will find this to be quite appealing, encouraging them to act similarly.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. There is a very fine line between being assertive and being aggressive. Don’t think your associates won’t see the difference. Avoid being pushy.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Because your pride, not your ego, will dominate your behavior, it’s likely to be a very rewarding day for you. You won’t hesitate to affix your signature to any of your efforts.

Aries | March 21-April 20. Don’t hesitate to offer a helping hand when you see a friend in need of assistance. You’ll know how to help out in a manner that doesn’t make him or her feel inadequate.

Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Being a bit of a risk- taker could work to your advantage if you use your daring productively. Thus, make sure that attaining what you go after is within the realm of probability.

Taurus | April 21-May 21. A new way to make some money that has captured your fancy is worthy of your attention. Check it out thoroughly, in order to appreciate all of the possibilities it offers.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21. Apply your efforts toward concluding a promising situation, instead of branching out into doing something new. Your biggest rewards will come from things already underway. Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Persons can be swayed to your way of thinking if you use a friendly, logical approach on them. Conversely, if you try to force your thinking on others, you’re not likely to make any headway.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. A situation you have been evading isn’t likely to be as bad as you’ve led yourself to believe. If you try to meet it head-on, chances are you’ll discover this for yourself. Cancer | June 21-July 22. If you’re able to choose between assignments of a physical and mental nature, tackle the one that uses your mind more than your muscles.

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Re: ‘Greatest Boston athletes’ (Metro, July 29) That was a nice article to present the greatest Boston athletes. But there are many readers who do not know much about football, basketball and baseball. If each number had identified the sport of the player, it would have been a very good education to the readers who may not know which sport the players fit into.

Re: ‘Metro lacking Britishisms’ (Metro, July 29) Wende De Groot missed the fact the U.S. does drive

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to forgive and forget? Also, what has he done that hasn’t been good for the city while in office? I could care less what he does and does not do with his wife. How many men have cheated? Maybe they shouldn’t be able to obtain a job either? The women would probably be for that. OWEN DUNCAN, VIA EMAIL

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Pats camp — the corners NFL. Metro breaks down the Patriots in training camp, position by position. The Achilles’ heel for the New England Patriots over the past five years or so has been their pass defense. It has plagued New England throughout the regular season, constantly putting them in the back of the pack in yards allowed through the air, and it has certainly come back to bite them in the postseason. In both Super Bowl losses

to the Giants, last-minute drives through the air are what doomed the Patriots; in last year’s loss to the Ravens in the AFC Championship game, the Patriots gave up three second-half touchdowns through the air once cornerback Aqib Talib injured his thigh. From 2010 through last season, the Patriots overall rank in passing yards allowed is 29th, 31st and 30th, respectively. The team ranked 12th in passing yards in 2009 before taking its dramatic dive. Can we expect more of the same from the Pats secondary this season? The team brought back what they hope will be their No. 1 cornerback

Aqib Talib made 10 tackles in the 2012 postseason. / BOSTON GLOBE

in Talib on a one-year deal. He will be asked to cover the opposing team’s top receiving threat, and with part of last season with the Patriots under his belt, Talib should do well in the role. Perhaps lining up on the other side of the field — provided he doesn’t end up in even more legal trouble — is Alfonzo Dennard. Dennard, who already is to serve a 30day jail sentence after the season for punching a cop, was arrested on suspicion of DUI earlier this month. Dennard is in camp with the rest of the team, but last week wouldn’t talk about the recent charges against him,

and whether or not they violate the probation he’s on. “I’m not going to talk about that right now,” Dennard told reporters. “I’m just happy to be out there on the field. It’s a good opportunity.” Kyle Arrington also looks to play a big role in the Patriots’ secondary once again as a slot corner, while Ras-I Dowling needs to prove he can stay on the field. The Patriots also drafted rookie CB Logan Ryan in the third round of this year’s NFL Draft.

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The Rays are the hottest team in all of baseball, as they have won 21 of their last 25 games. In the last 25 games started by David Price, Matt Moore, Jeremy Hellickson or Chris Archer, they are a whopping 24-1.

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Oakland has built a six-game lead in the AL West and has won three in a row and six of eight. The A’s offense has been impressive since the break as they averaged 5.5 runs per game against the Angels.

Atlanta continued its dominance at home with a weekend sweep of the Cardinals, improving its record to 34-15 at Turner Field. The Braves have opened up an eightgame lead in the NL East.

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Former Red Sox first baseman Scott dead at 69 Famed Red Sox slugger George “Boomer� Scott died yesterday of natural causes in his hometown of Greenville, Miss. Scott was 69. The first baseman was

a part of two of the more memorable teams (albeit for different reasons) in Red Sox history: the 1967 “Impossible Dream� team that won the American League and the 1978 club that blew a 14-game lead during the season to the Yankees. Nicknamed “Boomer,� Scott was a three-time

All-Star and an eight-time Gold Glove winner at first. Scott played 988 games at first base for Boston, a franchise record. “In losing George Scott, we have lost one of the most talented, colorful and popular players in our history,� said Dick Bresciani, the Red Sox’s vice president emeritus and team

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condolences to his family.� Scott also played with the Brewers for five seasons in between his two Boston stints and ended his career playing for the Royals and Yankees. He finished his 14-year career with 271 home runs and 1,051 RBIs in 2,034 games played. MATT BURKE

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