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Coney Island Library reopens Almost a full year since the storm hit, the Coney Island branch of the Brooklyn Library is open for the first time since Sandy. Pieces of the wrecked Coney Island boardwalk have been integrated into the newly renovated library’s ceiling. The library has also been made ADA-compliant.

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The MTA celebrated the centennial of Jamaica Station in Queens Tuesday, unveiling $8.5 million in restorations to the Long Island Rail Road headquarters. As a 100th birthday gift, the Jamaica ticket office and customer waiting area were refurbished and the station’s original terrazzo floors were restored. ANNA SANDERS

New Yorkers stop to admire some Banksy pieces that were placed in the Chelsea neighborhood. / GETTY IMAGES

Banksy says cops are hassling him Johnny law. The street artist claims that the NYPD is trying to crack down on him. Banksy’s Instagram update from yesterday has people wondering if the NYPD has, in fact, gotten to the mysterious street artist. In lieu of a photo, the box shows text that reads: “Today’s art has been cancelled due to police activity.”

Recent reports have claimed that the NYPD is actively hunting the elusive artist, who has been using the streets of the city as a gallery of sorts during the month of October. A building owner whose building was tagged by the artist reportedly told Gothamist cops called him and tried to encourage him to press charges against the artist. But according to a law enforcement source, the NYPD is not targeting Banksy. Police are not doing anything special in pursuit of just one person — ex-

NY state of mind The street artist Banksy has posted a piece a day around the city since October began. •

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Teen sues Barney’s over belt bust A student from Corona, Queens, wanted to look like his hip-hop idol Juelz Santana when he bought a $350 Ferragamo belt at Barney’s in April. Instead, Trayon Christian, 19, was detained by police officers after a Barney’s clerk called to say she believed the purchase was fraudulent. He filed a lawsuit against the department store on Monday. His lawyer, Michael

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be a focus if elected. De Blasio said he still needs to work out the details of the municipal IDs, but that he believes there’s enough support in City Council to put through the legislation. Alluding to the recent dysfunction in Congress, de Blasio said immigration reform needs to happen on the state and citylevels. “Wouldn’t be glorious if we could depend on Washington, D.C., to respond to the needs of the people?” he said.

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SNAP cuts will hit New York City hard Hunger pains. The reductions will mean less money for the needy to spend on food.

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Katherine McKinnon said that the SNAP cuts will hit her family in the stomach. / BESS ADLER, METRO Tough times

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groceries. A loss of $30 per month will force her to rely even more on food pantries, she said. “I would have to cut down on things like milk and eggs,” she said. Triada Stampas hope that congress will restore the SNAP reductions for people like Katherine McKinnon but is doubtful that they will.

World Trade Center path re-opens Pedestrians confounded by the series of obstacles that remain in around the West Side Highway near the old World Trade Center site have some good news: A long-closed pedestrian pathway is being re-opened for the first time since 9/11. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will be unveiling the World Trade Center West Concourse today. The pedestrian walkway will connect

The link will provide easy access to the 9/11 Memorial.

the World Trade Center site, the former site of the World Financial Center and the New York Waterway Ferry Terminal. Officials are hailing it as a major step in the rebuilding of the World Trade Center complex, and an especially good thing for commuters. The “key pedestrian link will improve access for tens of thousands of daily travelers,” the Port Authority said in a statement. / GETTY IMAGES

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Both mayoral candidates seemed to suggest that they would close the Times Square pedestrian plaza. / GETTY IMAGES

Pedestrian plaza passion after debate Backlash. Transportation advocates fight back after mayoral candidates question pedestrian plazas. A stray question about pedestrian plazas in Tuesday’s mayoral debate has advocates befuddled and defensive, as both majorparty candidates suggested they would revisit the often-celebrated transportation initiative. “I’m disappointed about each of them hedging,” said Dan Biederman, head of the 34th Street Partnership, which manages the plaza in Herald Square. “The plazas have been a great success.” During the debate, the candidates were asked if they would remove the tables and chairs in Times Square and Herald Square, reopening Broadway and effectively shutting down the pedestrian plazas. Both Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio and Republican Joe Lhota said they had mixed feelings about them, suggesting the plazas mostly ben-

Hard facts Advocates say pedestrian plazas increase quality of life. •

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efited tourists and could possibly snarl traffic. “The jury’s out on that particular question,” de Blasio said. Citing positive public sentiment surveys and data showing decreased traffic and pedestrian injuries, the advocates disagreed. “The jury is not out. A verdict has been rendered,” said Steve Vaccaro, a lawyer who serves on the board of StreetsPAC.

and workers in Times Square support that plaza, the Times Square Alliance says. •

Injuries to pedestrians decreased with the plaza, the alliance says.

While Lhota’s comments came as no surprise, advocates were confused by de Blasio, who previously expressed support for the plazas. Though spokesman Dan Levitan said in a statement that they remain a part of the candidate’s approach to increasing safety, he did not say de Blasio misspoke during the debate. “There is nothing wrong with continually examining projects to find ways to make them better for business and more effective at managing traffic,” Levitan said. De Blasio’s campaign did not express any intention of getting rid of the Times Square or Herald Square plazas.

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House of Representatives speaker John Boehner yesterday held out the possibility that he might bring U.S. immigration legislation to the floor by the end of the year. Asked at a question-and-answer session with reporters if he intends to bring up immigration reform this year, Boehner, a Republican, replied: “I still think that immigration reform is an important subject that needs to be addressed and I am hopeful.”

The German government has obtained information that the United States may have monitored the mobile phone of Chancellor Angela Merkel and she called President Barack Obama yesterday to demand an immediate clarification, her spokesman said. White House spokesman Jay Carney said Obama had assured Merkel that the United States was not monitoring the communications of the chancellor.

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White House official fired over anonymous tweets Remorse. He told the website Politico that he regretted his tweets. A senior White House official who was helping negotiate nuclear issues with Iran has been fired after being unmasked as the acidic voice behind a Twitter account known for its insults of public figures at the White House and on Capitol Hill, a government official said on Tuesday. Jofi Joseph was director of nuclear non-proliferation on the White House National Security Council staff, but for more than two years sent hundreds of anonymous and abrasive tweets using the handle @NatSecWonk. He was fired last week after he was caught, the official said. In his Twitter biogra-

A White House official confirmed Joseph no longer worked there, but would not comment on personnel matters. / GETTY IMAGES Tweets Some of the Jofi Joseph tweets using the handle @NatSecWonk: •

“Can someone again brief @AmbassadorPower that Bashar Assad likely doesn’t follow her

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Look, Issa is an a—, but he’s on to something here with the @HillaryClinton whitewash of accountability for Benghazi.”

phy, now removed from the social networking site, Joseph described himself as a “keen observer of the foreign policy and national security scene” who “unapologetically says what everyone else only thinks.” As the widely followed @NatSecWonk, Joseph speculated anonymously about the political motives and career moves of administration officials he worked with. They included Ben Rhodes, President Barack Obama’s spokesman on national security issues. This month, Joseph tweeted that Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, “had few policy goals and no wins” in the Middle East. He agreed with Republican Representative Darrell Issa, who has relentlessly pursued Clinton for administration actions after last year’s attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya. REUTERS

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Sentenced. Man who confessed online to hit-and-run gets jail A 22-year-old Ohio man who confessed in an online video to killing a man in a drunken driving crash was sentenced yesterday to six and a half years in prison. Matthew Cordle, who lives in Dublin, Ohio, had pleaded guilty on Sept. 18 to aggravated vehicular homicide and driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol at the time of

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Teen pleads not guilty in murder of Mass. teacher Evidence. Police arrested the teen after a review of his statements and video surveillance. A young high school teacher was brutally murdered and her body dumped in the woods near a Massachusetts school 20 miles north of Boston yesterday, allegedly at the hands of her student. Philip Chism, 14, of Danvers, was ordered held without bail after pleading not guilty during his arraignment in Salem District Court. He is accused of killing Danvers High School math teacher Colleen Ritzer, 24, of Andover sometime Tuesday night and dumping her body in a wooded

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“This is a terrible tragedy.” Blodgett area near the school. Chism didn’t speak during the hearing. His lawyer, Denise Regan, successfully argued in court for funds for a forensic evaluation to as-

sess Chism’s “competency, mental state and any psychiatric defenses.” Few details about the murder were released yesterday, but a police report said that Chism was charged with murder “based on his statements” and evidence found at multiple scenes at the school. The report also said that investiga-

tors learned that Chism assaulted and disposed of Ritzer’s body by reviewing surveillance footage from the school. Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett said yesterday that blood was discovered in the second floor bathroom of the school, but he did not say how she was murdered. Law enforcement

sources told ABC News that Ritzer was stabbed; however, officials did not confirm that. The news outlet also reported that surveillance video inside the high school showed Chism dragging Ritzer’s body from the bathroom toward the woods in what appeared to be a recycling bin. The incident started as a pair of missing persons reports after Chism, who is originally from Tennessee, did not return home from school and then Ritzer was reported missing after she didn’t answer her cell phone. Ritzer’s body was later discovered in the woods nearby and Chism was found by police at about 12:30 a.m. walking along a local highway.

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Pauly D’s baby mama drama Congratulations to Pauly D on that baby he just learned he has! The “Jersey Shore” star has a five-monthold daughter, Amabella, with 25-year-old Amanda Markert, a former Hooters’ girl who has also worked as a VIP hostess. According to sordid tabloid reports, the two had unprotected sex just one time in Las Vegas and now they have a wee bundle of joy (and by “joy,” I mean “drama”). “I’m proud I’m a father. I am excited to embark on this new part of my life,” Pauly D told TMZ, which is about all you can say when your ex has filed a

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Getting tough love Interview. Adele Exarchopoulos says making “Blue Is the Warmest Color” was hard but great. In addition to winning the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year, the epic relationship saga “Blue Is the Warmest Color” netted a special award for its two lead actresses: Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos, who play passionate-then-domesticated lovers. Seydoux is already a star in France, but Exarchopoulos is poised to become the next “It” girl — and she’s still a teenager. You shot the film for five months. Did you have any idea what it would look like? No. We did so much improvisation because [director Abdellatif Ke-

chiche] wants to capture your soul and really doesn’t want to see you act. He didn’t even realize we did so many takes and shots. We shot a lot. With the footage he shot he could make three movies. However way he cut it we’d have been surprised. But I love the way it turned out. How did you and Seydoux find your chemistry? I didn’t know her. I think that helped. It was two people meeting. And it was kind of a crush — a friendship-crush. We became really close and we had this complicity. She was like my sister on the shoot, and she always

will be, I think. Were there any issues with a male director making a film about young lesbians? No, because it isn’t a homosexual movie. Never on the shoot did we use the word “lesbian” — not because it was taboo, but because it was a simple love story. We want people to forget it’s about two women, because it could happen to anyone. It’s about how people change your life. We all want this to happen to us once. There’s been a lot of talk in the press about Kechiche being hard to work with. How much of

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will also understand.” The season finale will be a double-length episode, which was particularly challenging for Corddry. “With this episode in particular, we were writing right up until the minute it was shooting downstairs, and sometimes even during, because, you know, we got cocky after last season,” Corddry says. “We won an Emmy. It’s sort of like, ‘Oh, we got this.’” Corddry assures us they will be writing more, starting next year. “I think if we cranked another one out right now, we’ll be tapped,” he says. “So we’re going to wait a little bit and get excited to do it again.” But for now, according the Corddry, the finale boils down to two things: “Explosions and sex.” Tune in at midnight on Friday.

the show on an RV based in Japan?’ he says. “This is the only time in our career that we’ll have the freedom to do something this stupid.” But no matter how far he stretches plots, Corddry swears he will never do a musical episode. (Note: He swore the Web series would never turn into a television show.) “Every year somebody is like, ‘You really have to do a musical episode,’ and over my dead body that will happen,” he says. “It’s just too on-the-nose. I think after the first or second season we stopped drawing from that specific [medical] genre and just started using TV as our parody in general. Most of the jokes are about kind of messing with television conventions that the casual viewer Quoted

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‘The Escape Plan’ Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone team up to break out of prison — a feat that would blow your 1985 mind.

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‘The Counselor’ For a Ridley Scott picture written by Cormac McCarthy and starring Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem and Brad Pitt, it’s suspicious that this drug trafficking saga isn’t getting a lot of buzz.

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‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ Abdellatif Kechiche’s relationship saga won the Palme d’Or, plus a special prize for its lead actresses, Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux. But everyone’s talking about the lengthy, graphic sex scenes, because of course they are.

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‘Wild Salome’ Having already directed the “Richard III” documentary “Looking for Richard,” Al Pacino now turns to examining Oscar Wilde’s “Salome.”

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‘12 Years a Slave’ Already widely touted as a lock for Best Picture (although that was six weeks ago), filmmaker Steve McQueen’s film stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as a Northern black man kidnapped into slavery in 1841.

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The girls in Madewell’s catalogues always look so hip. What are some of your favorite styling tips? There’s a cool, downtown spin to what we do. It’s feminine with the masculine. [I love pairing] a leather jacket with

a great dress. When you take the sweetness out of things, it just becomes a little more interesting. [I always think,] “How am I going to make this outfit not too sweet, but not too ‘boy’?” It’s about finding a really nice balance.

Meet the new Madewell Shopping. Your go-to brand for tomboy-cool is going back to its roots with a new designer.

Madewell’s new head of design, Somsack Sikhounmuong, is leading the charge to focus J.Crew’s sister brand into doing what it does best: chic staples for the downtown set. “The kind of things you remember your cool mom or your cool big brother wearing — varsity things, great sweatshirts, jeans, an army jacket — you’re going to find a lot of that stuff as a great base on which to build your wardrobe,” says the Thailandborn, Toronto-bred designer. We hit him up for some spring sneak peeks (his first collection for the brand) and those catalogue-worthy styling tips. What do you think distinguishes the Madewell girl from every other girl? There’s definitely an authenticity to the girl — she’s very sensory driven. I like to say that she loves her Kindle, but

she also loves books, and the touch of books. She loves Spotify and iTunes, but she also loves vinyl. There’s also a curiosity to her. She just likes finding things. She loves blogs but she also loves hanging out with friends and family. She’s a fun, authentic, curious girl. What are some classics every woman should have in her wardrobe? A great pair of jeans. Even today, you can make a lot more outfits with a pair of skinny jeans, a T-shirt, a great army jacket, a great leather jacket and a great pair of boots. What was the starting point for the spring line? We wanted to give the Madwell girl the ultimate wardrobe. It’s almost like traveling and packing a bag. You start by putting in all the basics: a great pair of jeans, a great dress, etc. You then go on your trip, and when you come back, the suitcase is a mix of things you picked up, like ethnic things. We were looking at Japanese shibori — sort of a tie-dye technique — Ukrainian blouses and Mexican embroideries thrown in with all of your basics.

What are you most excited about for spring? We’re doing a new denim. It’s this wash called an extraction wash, like a beautiful take on acid wash. It sort of sucks out all the colors to the palest ivories with touches of gray hints here and there. I didn’t want to say “acid wash” because of the negative connotations, but this is actually really special and interesting. And we have great embroideries and eyelets. We’ve taken the sweetness out of eyelets. We’re putting in easy, nottoo-frilly silhouettes. The combo of the two — great denim with some really pretty, feminine pieces — is the most exciting thing. Since spring is a ways off, what do you think women should live in for fall? Neutrals. I always love it when there’s a combination of tones on tones, like a gray on dark gray, or cream with ivory is really beautiful. I think with all these crazy graphic prints we’ve seen over the last few seasons, [it’s nice to have] a palate-cleanser of these really soft, beautiful camels.

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challenged, now youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find celebrities, CEOs and everyday people logging on for love. There are also a large variety of dating sites to choose [from], so thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no longer a one-size-fits-all dating strategy.â&#x20AC;? Considering the plethora of sites ranging from Match.com and eHarmony.com to niche sites like CatholicSingles.com, and

JDate.com, Spira views online dating as similar to job hunting. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for your dream job, you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just view job postings on one site or work with one recruiter. If you take that same formula and use it for your love life, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be more successful if you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t put all of your eggs into one digital basket.â&#x20AC;?

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Dig the digital dirt. She adds, â&#x20AC;&#x153;I believe in doing a little digital homework.â&#x20AC;? Look at your potential dateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social networking sites to see if the photos and stories match up.

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Tina Tessina, Ph.D., aka Dr. Romance, psychotherapist and author of â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Unofficial Guide to Dating Again,â&#x20AC;? recommends beginning your quest for cupid by shopping around for sites first. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Check out dating sites and see what suits your style and character. Look for online reviews of various dating sites to see what will work for you.â&#x20AC;? She adds, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Understand what youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking for. If itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important to have a Jewish date, then JDate is for you.â&#x20AC;? She warns that once you decide upon your sites and apps, and you log on, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important to log off, too. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Definitely limit surfing. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not living while youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re surfing.â&#x20AC;? In fact, Spira recommends setting a boundary of one hour per day. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This way you can view, search, and respond efficiently without running the risk of suffering from online dating fatigue.â&#x20AC;? After responding to messages within 24 hours, chatting and then going on dates, she says that, â&#x20AC;&#x153;online chemistry doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always transfer to offline chemistry. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re just a digital pen pal until youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve met in person and have taken the time to get to know someone after a few dates.â&#x20AC;? If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t feel a connection when you meet in person, be polite. Spira says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your online date just might have a friend they could introduce you to, so I always believe in casting a wide net.â&#x20AC;?

VICKI SALEMI

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TEXT YOUR WAY TO DATING SUCCESS wrong tone or out of context, your risk of turning someone off is much higher via text than it is in person. And even if you’re 100 percent confident in your abilities to represent yourself well, you have no idea how your romantic interest is going to come across. Basically, the risks of texting too much too soon runs both ways. Not only do you risk looking bad, but you also risk getting turned off by someone who might actually be a good fit — just a bad texter.

As evidenced by the abundance of apps that prevent your phone from texting certain people during certain hours, texting can be a dangerous thing. It’s also something that we tend to completely overthink when playing the field. Follow these three simple rules, and never again will you have to worry about ruining a relationship with your thumbs.

Screw the three-day rule Abiding by the infamous three-day rule fools no one: If after going on a date you wait three days to text, everyone knows you waited just to wait. Instead, reach out when it feels natural: If something reminds you of them the next day or you want to tell them that night that you had a great time, go for it. If your schedule has solidified and you want to find a time to see them again — say it.

Give texting a rest Relationships should start in person, not with a text. As you’re first getting to know someone, you’re

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in high-alert mode. Every move your potential lover makes can count as evidence of them being

crazy, sketchy or unappealing in some other way. Since texts can be so easily taken with the

In a recent survey on CheckHimOut.com, 99 percent of women said a guy should be first to text. Meanwhile, the research I did for my book “Are All Guys A--holes?” showed that only 2 percent of guys preferred to be the one to always make contact. Moral of the story: Don’t be afraid to text a guy first. Just like girls, guys get excited to hear from a girl they like — you’re not “bothering” him by reaching out. Besides, guys get just as nervous as girls do when it comes to dating. Being the first person to text after a date is taking one for the team.

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FOOD + DRINK

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The best dumplings this side of the Great Wall Keyword. With the upcoming remake of “Oldboy,” whose plot is driven by a dumpling quest, we rounded up the best of Manhattan’s Chinatown to sneak into the theater.

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Lam Zhou Handmade Noodles 144 E. Broadway, 212-566-6933

Putting something in a fryer only makes it more delicious, but these boiled dumplings don’t need the help, boasting plenty of texture and flavor. Don’t mind the violent sounds of noodles being handpulled coming from the kitchen.

With only the memory of the dumplings he ate in prison to guide him on the path of vengeance, the protagonist of “Oldboy” probably had stronger feelings than you about the bitesize savory treats. Now that the South Korean film is being remade by no less an auteur than Spike Lee, we rounded up the tastiest and most authentic offerings of the Asian treat right here in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Cash is king and portions are generous (10 dumplings for $3 is average), provided you don’t mind eating under an awning rather than at a tiny, scarce table. So grab an order of your favorites,

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A firm dough is roughed up in the fryer, leaving the dumplings deliciously singed. The pork filling really comes alive with soy sauce.

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and check out “Oldboy” starring Josh Brolin when it hits theaters Nov. 27.

Shanghai Gourmet 23 Pell St., 212-285-0668 Naming itself for the hometown of soup dumplings (xiao long bao) means this restaurant better deliver. The small pockets are sturdy and flavorful — the broth and pork both shine. The courteous

service is a rare bright spot in a part of town that prizes brusque efficiency.

Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles Inc. 1 Doyers St., 212-791-1817 No mystery lumps of meat in these steamed dumplings: Assertively spiced chunks of pork and scallions wait to explode with flavor inside a nearly translucent shell.

Dim Sum Go Go 5 E. Broadway, 212-732-0797 Be prepared to wait, as this place is busy and orders are cooked as they’re received, but the spinach dumplings in their greentinged shell are a ton of flavor away from the wilty pile of greens you know.

Tasty Dumpling 54 Mulberry St., 212-349-0070

118A Eldridge St., 212-625-8008 No need to bite into a hot and spicy wonton to find out what the name means: The boiled dumplings come smothered in a bright sauce of herbs, sesame and garlic with a chili kick.

Golden Unicorn 18 E. Broadway, 212-941-0911 Anyone who’s eaten here knows the ordeal of getting a table — but that the food is worth it. Pork siu mai is a must (and, while not a dumpling, the deep-fried stuffed shrimp roll would be a shame to miss.)

EVA KIS

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Doc’s Tour de France Cider Tour de France Restaurant Group (behind L’Express, Cafe D’Alsace and other

French restaurants in the city) created this cider especially for its Sausage, Cider and Beer Week, which ends tomorrow. This dry drink is perfect for the cider fan who

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wants something less sweet. Find it in Cafe D’Alsace’s cider sangria.

Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack Tennessee Cider Perfect heated on its own or mixed with cream and caramel for a dessertlike drink, this winter warmer is a blend of Jack, apple liqueur, orange peel, cinnamon and clove.

It’s sweet like your favorite cider, but with a bit of spice for some added heat. Available through February 2014.

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Do good. It doesn’t get much easier than eating and drinking for your neighbors. It’s hard to believe that it was a year ago this month that Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on the East Coast. Relief efforts aren’t over — many hard-hit areas are still cleaning up the mess left behind. You can pitch in to help

those who still need it in the following easy ways: Now through Oct. 31, fast-casual Mexican joint Tres Carnes will donate a portion from October’s burrito proceeds to Friends of Rockaway, which works to rebuild the devastated area. If you tweet, Facebook or Instagram your burrito with the hashtag #BuildWithBurritos and tag @TresCarnes, you’ll get a free limeade. Crave Fish Bar has created the Dark & Sandy cocktail — Kraken Black Spiced Rum, Sombra Mez-

cal, smoked ginger syrup and fresh lime — with all proceeds going to Robin Hood and its Sandy Relief Fund, a charity that the general manager is involved with. And on Wednesday, Oct. 30, Benjamin Steakhouse will donate 5 percent of its sales to the American Red Cross. This is the second year that the restaurant is donating a portion of sales to Sandy recovery efforts.

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Toro takes New York Expansion. Jamie Bissonnette’s hot tapas joint now has a Big Apple home. It’s the dawning of a new era in culinary greatness: New York now shares custody of Boston’s cult-favorite tapas joint, Toro. The insanely popular eatery has recently expanded its sex-on-a-small-plate reach, opening up a second location in Chelsea just last month. We asked Bostonbased chef and co-owner (and now frequent traveler on the Boston-NYC Amtrak line) Jamie Bissonnette for a side-by-side comparison of Toro Boston and Toro NYC.

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The chow Toro Boston will always be the place where fledgling Boston foodies learned how much grilled corn they could consume and got familiar with roasted

bone marrow and uni bocadillos. Toro New York continues to offer the same comprehensive tribute to Barcelona-style tapas with a few newcomers, like the Paella de Langostino ($90/$45), a badass lobster and black truffle paella with sunchokes and herbs, and Pulpo “Del Mercado” ($9), marinated octopus heads with olives and bay leaf. But square footage is the main game changer here: The larger kitchen and dining room in NYC allows for a menu to match — an impressive 20-odd additional plates to choose from, bringing the count from 44 to 60 — but how divergent are the two cities’ taste buds? “So far we are seeing many of the same favorites, but a

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bigger variety,” Bissonnette says. “It’s wicked cool to see the corn, tripe and abalone selling so well together.”

The booze In NYC, they’ve brought some of their favorite vinos from Boston — along with a lengthier list of wines by the bottle — and give gin and tonics their own hallowed section, inspired by their pre-opening exploratory trip to Barcelona and San Sebastián. Sherry holds its own on both menus, as does the age-old tradition of splurging on a porron.

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NYC Food Film Festival Thursday-Sunday, 7 p.m. AMC Village 7 66 Third Ave., $95-$135 www.thefoodfilmfestival.com The seventh edition of the NYC Food Film Festival is five days of dinner-and-a-movie dates that go far beyond the usual Friday night out. It’s a competition where the attendees are the ones who really win — each film is coupled with a food, cocktail and beer menu tailored to what you’re seeing on the screen. It’s basically taste-o-vision.

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‘Keepingabreast’ Thursday-Saturday; Secret Theatre, 4402 23rd St., Long Island City; $15, 718-392-0722; www.secrettheatre.com Jackie Rosenfeld’s play “Keepingabreast” was a hit at last year’s New York Fringe and is back just in time to close out Breast Cancer Awareness month. Mina, a 28-year-old woman who has undergone chemo for breast cancer, now has a very difficult decision to face — to get a mastectomy or not. She sets out to discover “What do boobs mean?” through friends, family, porn shops and doctors. She learns a lot more than she ever imagined. THEATER

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Monday, 8 p.m.; Other Music; 15 E. Fourth St.; Free, 212-477-8150; www.othermusic.com Need a guitar teacher? Well look no further! Lee Ranaldo, guitarist and founder of Sonic Youth, is swinging by Other Music to chat and teach you how to properly hold a G chord. Everyone leaves knowing more than just the basics, and with a signed poster.

Sunday, noon Orchard Street between Delancey and East Houston sts. Free, 212-226-9010 www.lowereastsideny.com These days you can pickle anything, but this party on the LES is celebrating the OG, the cucumber. Pickle Day promises live music, DJs, “rapping grannies,” a Halloween costume contest, demonstrations, a pickling contest and tons of food.

Bowling Green Greenmarket Tuesdays, 8 a.m. The Greenmarket, 1 Bowling Green, Free, 212-788-7476 www.grownyc.org It may be all carrot tops and apple peels to you, but it costs money and our environment when it’s all just dropped in a landfill and forgotten. When composted, these scraps can add nutrition to soil, gardens and more. Every Tuesday, drop off your scraps for compost — and give yourself a pat on the back for doing your part to save the world. JAY HONSTETTER We want you

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Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Take a tour or try your hand at something that brings you pleasure. Information should be your motivation.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. Don’t let what others do or say stop you from following your heart or taking on a challenge or endeavor that interests you.

Taurus | April 21-May 21. Ask questions and tackle any situation that could be improved with a little understanding. Short trips will bring good results.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Don’t labor over what you cannot change. Let go of the past and start noticing the opportunities in front of you. Love is complicated.

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Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Focus on gaining recognition as well as remuneration for your skills. Keep physical activity to a minimum.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Don’t hesitate; if you want to make a difference, put your plans into motion. You will have a lasting effect on a situation.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Do your own fact-finding. Take the steps necessary to accommodate your needs. A partnership will require you to make changes.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Your undivided attention is needed to get the most out of a touchy situation. You can stay on top only if you trust in your abilities.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. You will leave a lasting impression on everyone you meet. Your way of assessing situations and finding solutions will put you in a class of your own.

Aries | March 21-April 20. Change may be inevitable, but it could also be your ticket to a fresh start. Check out what’s needed to head in a direction that suits your needs.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Do something challenging and stray from your comfort zone. Updating your appearance will give you the confidence you require to follow your dream.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. The suggestions you make must be based on fact. You’ll walk a fine line if you decide to face off against someone in charge.

More taxes and increased regulation are not good for the economy. Obama just needs to look at the weak job numbers and record 47 million people on food stamps to understand that he and his team need to modify their economic model, if they even have one.

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Nelson enjoys breakout return against Patriots NFL. The receiver is developing a new chemistry with QB Geno Smith. It has been a long road back for Jets wide receiver David Nelson, who was too tired after Sunday’s 30-27 overtime win over the Patriots to do anything but stand at the middle of the field and smile. Nelson, though, liked what he saw as he stood there. Nelson missed all but one game of last season for the Bills with a torn ligament in his right knee. But after four catches for 80 yards on Sunday, Nelson appears to be back and as good as ever. “I was out there ex-

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change our game plan a little bit when we’re pressing,” said Eli Manning. “But the defense has been outstanding. When they’re dominating the line of scrimmage and the game, and the [opposing] offense can’t get much going, it does help us.” The Giants have put in “good work” so far this week, according to head coach Tom Coughlin, but the team only had a walkthrough yesterday, and used their Tuesday off day for film work, meetings and training room recovery. TONY WILLIAMS

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Rangers’ Lundqvist misses time Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, who was a finalist for the Vezina Trophy last season, missed last night’s game with Philadelphia with an unknown injury. The team was reluctant to disclose details, with head coach Alain Vigenault saying it was a “minor issue” that had been “nagging” the three-time All Star for some time. “If this would’ve been a playoff game, he’d probably would

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have been playing,” Vigenault told reporters yesterday before the game. “It’s something that’s day-to-day that we think we can nip it in the bud.” Cam Talbot got the first start of his career in net against the Flyers. METRO

NFL news Shane Vereen (wrist) is eligible to return in Week 11 and it looks like he’s on pace to do just that. As the passing back in New England’s offense, he’s a good bet to be a difference-maker down the stretch for fantasy owners. Vereen, who piled up 21 touches and 159 total yards in Week 1, was going to have a ginormous year if not for the injury.

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WINNERS KNOW THE SCHEDULE There are a lot of small edges worth grinding out in fantasy football. Matchups are a big and often overlooked edge. Each week, we grapple with who to start based on a lot of factors including health, current form and usage. But, the opponent is often the most important one. Guys playing against Seattle or San Francisco are far less likely to produce than guys going against Washington and Jacksonville. Dream slate. One place to look for buy-low ideas is in the schedule. And, that makes Chris Johnson an ideal target right now. When the Titans come out of their bye, they’ll face the Rams, Jaguars, Colts, Raiders, Colts, Broncos, Cardinals and then the Jaguars again in fantasy’s Super Bowl week. It doesn’t get any better than that for the artist formerly known as CJ2K. Finally softening. The Cardinals have wildly underperformed in Bruce Arians’s typically quarterback/wideoutfriendly offense. That’s

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