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Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em. For some, like the organizer of the pot-friendly Freedom Rally held annually on the Common, Boston’s new ban on smoking tobacco, marijuana and vapor in parks is just a bunch of hot air.

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Fines unlikely. Police will issue warnings to smokers in 251 of the city’s parks, beaches, squares and cemeteries before $250 fines are handed out. PAGE 02

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A potential fine of $250 is not stopping some smokers from violating the newly approved ban on smoking in city parks. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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‘Watch: The first “Game of Thrones” Season 4 trailer is out’

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Smoked out of Hub’s parks, beaches and Freedom Rally What a drag. Metro examines the implications of a recent ban on smoking in public parks and beaches. Two weeks ago the city made it illegal for anyone to smoke tobacco, marijuana and vaporized substances in its 251 parks, squares, cemeteries and beaches, but questions linger as to how the city plans on keeping people from publicly puffing, and whether the ban is even warranted. The prohibition aims to reduce the threat of secondhand smoke inhalation and cigarette litter, and also strives to dissuade young people from picking up the habit, according to the Boston Public Health Commission. Anyone who doesn’t comply risks a fine of $250. But for the next few months, those caught lighting up may not have to dip into their cigarette funds, as patrolmen will likely hold off on issuing tickets. “If [officers] see someone smoking, they will verbally urge that person to comply and explain why we have the ban in place,” said Jacquelyn Goddard, spokeswoman for the Parks Department of Boston. “They will not be issuing the fines until a public education campaign is done. Even after the campaign, they will approach the smokers to give a warning.” And what about the Freedom Rally, a famously smokefriendly gathering in the citycontrolled Boston Common? When asked what impact

George Maier breaks the rules by enjoying a smoke on the Boston Common. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Those who challenge the new ruling are looking at a fine of $250.

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Tragedy. Siblings die while hiding in chest A 7-year-old boy and 8-yearold girl have died after locking themselves in a hope chest during what appears to be a game gone wrong. Police responded to a call for help in Franklin on Sunday night when the siblings were found unresponsive. Norfolk District Attorney

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Michael Morrissey said a relative found the children inside a chest in a bedroom around 8 p.m., and that autopsies are set to be conducted today. Officials said the maker of the trunk recalled the chests in 1996 because of the lids that automatically locked when closed. METRO

Initially proposed by former Mayor Thomas Menino, the ban went into effect on Dec. 30. •

The ban will be enforced by Boston Police and Park Rangers on horseback and foot patrol.

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“We’re not going to walk away. … This is the Freedom Rally, man. We’re going to have a Freedom Rally.” Bill Downing MassCann/NORML on whether the smoking ban would sway the annual event

the ban would have on attendees of the annual event, which promotes the legalization of marijuana, Goddard said, “No group would be exempt from the policy.” Bill Downing, of the rally organizer Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition, said the ban will not interfere with the group’s plan to hold this summer’s event. “I think what’s going to happen is what has happened in the past; [Boston Police] are going to walk in, and try to write a whole bunch of tickets,” he said. The rally issue aside, Downing said he believes the ban in general is “ridiculous.” “If you’re smoking in a park, the chances of someone having lung problems from secondary smoke, I’d be willing to bet, are zero,” said Downing, adding the disclaimer, “I’m not a f— ing scientist. I’m just a logical human being.” Michael B. Siegel, a professor of community health sciences at the Boston University School of Public Health, for the most part, agrees. “Undeniably non-smokers have the right to not have to be exposed to significant health hazards that they don’t have control over,” said Siegel. “However, I think that banning smoking in these wide-open places doesn’t make a lot of sense. It really goes beyond the health justification. ... I’m not aware of any data that shows that fleeting exposure to smoke in a park represents a significant health hazard, or poses a public health problem.”

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Marathon groups to get $8.4 million The Justice Department on Monday said it would award an $8.4 million grant to groups helping victims and first responders of the Boston Marathon bombings. Funding will go to those helping the injured, as well as witnesses, emergency responders and others. REUTERS

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Haymarket beating, robbery caught on tape Transit Police are searching for a man seen on surveillance video beating and robbing a woman at Haymarket Station last Monday. The suspect approached the victim as she walked through an underpass and

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Walsh: Boston may be ‘host community’ to proposed casinos Deadline. The city filed petitions concerning its surrounding community status. Having yet to come to an agreement with casino developers in Revere and Everett, Mayor Marty Walsh’s office filed petitions with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission that preserves “host community� status and the financial benefits that could come with it for the city. The city on Monday petitioned the gaming commission for surrounding community status for the proposed Greater Boston casinos in Everett and Revere. But Walsh said in a

of East Boston and Charlestown, and the city of Boston as a whole,� Walsh said in a statement. “At any time, if the facts indicate that Boston is a host city, we preserve its right to withdraw from surrounding community negotiations.� Monday was the deadline for the city to petition the gaming commission as a surrounding community. A surrounding community is entitled to some benefits because of its proximity to a casino. Mohegan Sun and Steve Wynn now have 10 days to submit to the gaming commission a response to the petition.

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statement that the petitions preserve the city’s right to assert “host community� status. Host communities generally get more benefits and revenue from the companies seeking to build a resort casino, whereas surrounding communities receive fewer financial benefits. “We believe this unrestricted route is the best path forward to protect the residents

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Moving on up A 16-story tower housing students at the Berklee College of Music opened on Monday. The ďŹ rst student residents of the tower, located at 160 Massachusetts Ave., were welcomed with a red carpet and “bellhopsâ€? played by the college’s Residential Life sta. About 360 students will call the glass-encased tower home this semester, according to Berklee. Also located in the building is a 400-seat dining hall, an evening performance venue and groundoor retail space. A communitywide opening for the building is scheduled for next month. NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Book club picks for 2014 We rounded up a year’s worth of books you’ll want to talk about constantly.

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The Quintessential Book Club Pick: Kidd’s new book is just as poignant as “The Secret Life of Bees.â€? Alternating chapters between a reluctant female slave owner and her slave, “The Invention of Wingsâ€? captures the complexity of black-white friendships during the 1800s and how diďŹƒcult it was to be a woman of any race during that time.

The Reinvention Story: Virtually everyone will be able to relate to the protagonist in this new novel. Gretchen does her best to pave her own path instead of doing what her family expects, which in this case is joining their soy sauce business. But after her marriage falls apart, she ďŹ nds herself back home in Singapore doing exactly that.

The Political Read: It doesn’t even have a title yet, but everyone is already talking about the memoir Hillary Clinton is releasing in June. The maybe 2016 presidential candidate will reveal personal and political stories about her years as the Secretary of State. Debate her foreign policy and make predictions about her future with your political-junkie friends.

The YA Pick: Due out in March, “Side Eects May Varyâ€? features a 16-year-old diagnosed with leukemia with slim chances of survival. Don’t worry, it gets more uplifting. She makes a bucket list of all the wrongs in her life she wants to set right before she dies. Then she goes into remission and must make good on her commitment. And there’s a romance too, of course.

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The Feminist Read: Dunham reportedly received $3.7 million for her advice book, due out in October, so let’s hope she’s doling out golden gems of wisdom. Her signature style of retelling traumatizing tales from her life will undoubtably make you feel better about your own. Topics you can expect to discuss over wine are virginity, eating and good old self-respect.

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Where to travel in 2014 Destinations. From beaches in Brazil to escapades in Ethiopia, these are the must-visit places for the year ahead.

Need inspiration for your travels in 2014? The Fodor’s Travel 2014 Go List highlights 25 can’t-miss places that should be on everyone’s travel radar. The list incorporates everything from emerging destinations and new hot spots to noteworthy events and great values around the world.

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Cartagena, Colombia After years of caution, tourists are now flocking to this stunning, historic walled city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, which is experiencing a renaissance thanks to a cleaned up and stabilized economy. Direct flights from the East Coast and a boom of new luxury hotels make the trip easier than ever, and there’s plenty to explore, from art galleries featuring work by local and international artists, to restaurants serving the freshest seafood and salsa dancing till the wee hours.

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lem”), the colorful Lake Tana Monasteries and extraordinary Blue Nile Falls.

Bhutan This tranquil kingdom in the Himalayas was closed off from the world for decades, only allowing tourism since 1974. But, those travelers willing to go the extra mile are rewarded with a traditional Buddhist society that also has embraced modern luxury and high style. Only two airlines are allowed to fly here, so the country remains difficult to reach, and that exclusivity is part of its allure.

Ethiopia Ethiopia is a cultural and historical treasure chest just waiting to be explored, complete with nine UNESCO World Heritage sites. Convenient and affordable flights connect its capital city, Addis Ababa, to the famous churches of Lalibela (dubbed “the second Jerusa-

See Chicago from a different angle this year. / GETTY IMAGES Value destinations for travelers on a budget

Chicago 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field, but the festivities aren’t the only reason to visit. Chicago’s star continues to rise thanks to culinary hotspots like Next and Alinea, exclusive bars like The Aviary, boutiques like Ikram (a favorite of Michelle Obama), and the nation’s largest bike share program.

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One of the world’s oldest wine regions and a UNESCO

Events

Prince Harry just returned from Antarctica — are you next?

engaging wildlife make it one of Earth’s last untamed frontiers — and irresistible to explorers and travelers. Next year marks the 100th anniversary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s dramatic Imperial Trans-Antarctic Exploration, making 2014 the perfect time to consider an Antarctic cruise. Climate change is altering the continent, and this journey of a lifetime is a unique way to appreciate Earth’s fragility.

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This year is the time to visit these spots for noteworthy special events.

Antarctica Antarctica’s stark and sometimes dangerous beauty and

Brazil Expect an all-out party when the World Cup returns to this soccercrazed country — hundreds of thousands of visitors will descend for the event, looking to cheer on their national teams in 12 host cities. More than 150 new hotels have opened

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in preparation, and the foodie scene continues to boom. In between matches, trek through the Amazon rain forest, ride into Iguaçu’s raging waterfalls or enjoy a relaxing afternoon on Rio’s stylish beaches.

Scotland Scotland invites everyone with Scottish roots to come experience its rich culture for 2014’s Homecoming, including a yearlong calendar of activities from caber tossing at the Highland Games, to a re-enactment of the medieval Battle of Bannockburn, plus music, theater and dance festivals. Glasgow hosts the Commonwealth Games in July, and the Ryder Cup returns to the home of golf at Gleneagles in September.

World Heritage site, the Douro Valley remains one of Europe’s lesser-explored gems, but that may change soon. Recent awards for the country’s wines, especially the affordably priced, deep, rich Douro reds and effervescent Vinho Verdes, have spurred renewed interest in the region. In addition to wine tasting, explore Porto, Portugal’s famed second city perched on the ocean’s edge.

Vienna This classic European city mix-

es Austria’s impressive history with modern attractions, rich arts culture and vibrant wine scene. Visit the new pedestrian “Golden Quarter,” watch dancing horses perform at the Spanish Riding School (the world’s oldest equestrian academy) or sip a glass of Viennese wine to experience why Vienna claims to be Europe’s hottest wine destination.

Rally 13 of your friends for winter weekend escape to The Shaker House in Red Hook, N.Y. This historic Hudson Valley home was originally built in the 1970s and has been beautifully restored to feature a stunning two-story pool and a large modern spa. While you may have to save the pool for your summer getaway, you can warm up in the Jacuzzi or venture to one of the eight nearby ski resorts. The six-bedroom, five-bathroom Shaker House sleeps up to 14 guests and starts at $395/night. Search rental ID # 470802 on HomeAway.com.

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PARENTING

Alyson Hannigan talks parenting freak-outs

Parenting. The ‘HIMYM’ star reveals which one of her costars is good with kids — and who wants to run away from babies. “How I Met Your Mother” star Alyson Hannigan freaked out when her oldest daughter — Satyana, now 4 — started teething. “I had no idea what was wrong,” she tells us. “She was just crying all the time and miserable. I took her to the pediatrician and he literally told me all I had to do was give her some Tylenol and it would take her pain away. It was that easy.” It’s part of the reason why she teamed up with the medicine brand for Smiling It Forward. Parents can upload a photo of their little one to www.SmilingItForward.com, and for each photo uploaded Tylenol will donate $1 to the Children’s Health Fund, a national nonprofit that gives free health care to kids who need it. We talked to Hannigan about some of the other surprises — besides teething

“It’s so easy to take a photo with your kids, and now that simple act can help others,” Alyson Hannigan says of Smiling It Forward. / PROVIDED

— parenting brings. You have two daughters, Satyana, 4, and Keeva, 1. What is Satyana into right now? Oh, goodness. Right now, we’re very crafty because of the holidays. We’ve been crafting a lot of decorations. And she loves it when I read to her. The girls have gotten to the point where they play together, which is so heartwarming. Sati also picks out all her own clothes, which is very colorful. That must be interesting. Oh, yes. It’s always very interesting and very bright. She’s pretty disappointed if I wear black. I finally got away with it by saying, “You know sweetie, black is all the colors — I’m wearing them all!” New for kids

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Add some extra giggles to bath time. Mom-approved baby brand, Aden + Anais — a fave of the royal family’s — just launched a new addition to their Mum + Bub skin care line: bubble bath. Like the rest of their Australian Sandalwood scented bath collection, the bubble bath checks off just about every requirement on mom blogs. It’s tear-free and free of sulfates, DEA, betane, phosphates, phthalates, parabens, synthetic dyes, harsh chemicals, gluten and soy. So go ahead fill the tub and get ready for a glee-filled session of splashing. TINA CHADHA

Who do you go to and trade parenting advice with? I talk to the other moms at my daughter’s school and my best friend, Pamela Fryman, who is the director of “How I Met Your Mother.” She’s a fantastic mom. Her daughters were 12 when I met them and now they’re 21. I’m always asking her for advice. Which one of your co-stars is the best with kids? Cobie [Smulders] is unbelievable. She’s really fun and the kids fall for her. Jason [Segal] is sort of scared of babies, but he’s good. He’s just scared of touching them. He likes to keep his distance, but he’s really good with them.

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Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. What you offer friends and family will bring you greater love, happiness and stability. Your skills and business sense will garner additional popularity. Success is within reach.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Control your emotions and protect your relationships with others. Anger is the enemy, and common sense your ally. Build a solid base and choose quality over quantity.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. The more you can pack into your day, the better you will feel. Speak up and share your plans. There is an increase in your earning potential due to an unexpected change.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Secrets may cost you if you don’t participate in surrounding events. Offer your skills, courage and strength in order to turn an idea into a reality.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Your imagination and insight will help you suggest ideas that will raise your profile and enhance your reputation. Make an offer and enjoy the ride. Aries | March 21-April 20. Avoid temptation. Overspending or excessive behavior will cause stress and worry. Concentrate on what you can do for others and how you can build better relationships. Taurus | April 21-May 21. Raise your profile to ensure that you will be considered for a project that you really want to be a part of. You need to attract positive attention if you hope to be chosen. Gemini | May 22-June 20. Keep talking until you get your point across. Your ideas are good, and your ability to bring about change will enable you to make a difference.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Network, share your thoughts and show your strengths. Speak from the heart and present what you have to offer with clarity and persistence. Prepare to celebrate. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. You’ll be criticized if you don’t finish what you start. Take a stance, even if you don’t feel prepared. Decisive action will help you overcome a stalemate.

You get what you vote for, America Re: ‘Bad economics’ (Metro, Jan. 10-12) Letter writer Alton Lee and every American citizen should remember that no matter how dishonest, corrupt, incapable and incompetent our government is, no politician gets into office without being voted for. When elected, their only interest is being re-elected. Blame the voters who toler-

recent letter about the need for economic freedom, I get the feeling that the writer would be very happy if people were free to contract themselves into serfdom as they could in Europe centuries ago. ALAN R. BROWN, VIA EMAIL

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Manning would be an even 2-2. Brady, who already has the strangest career arc of any great NFL QB, considering it makes no sense for a man to have become “un-clutch” after starting incredibly “clutch,” would be 8-8 in the postseason since the Pats won their last Super Bowl with a loss on Sunday. And if Brady throws a few picks on Sunday and the Patriots lose, we will hear ugly statistics, like how in 11 of those 16 playoff games since the Pats won it all, Brady has posted a quarterback rating below 100. Under the rules created by

anonymous posters in online comment sections of Patriots game stories, Brady is at the head of the class in the “What have you done for me lately?” Hall of Fame. Under these rules, Brady’s loss last season in the AFC Championship game to the Ravens wasn’t all that bad. The loss didn’t come to Manning. It wasn’t a one-and-done scenario. And it wasn’t in a Super Bowl. The absolute worst offense for a quarterback, of course, is making it to the big game and losing it — but we’ll cross that bridge in New Jersey two weeks from now, so long as the Patriots get there or so long as Chris Christie doesn’t close it. This Sunday, Manning’s reputation as a playoff choke artist will be cemented if Brady and the Pats go into Denver and beat the Broncos. But Brady’s reputation as an all-time great will take a legit pounding if things go the other way. Yes, Manning and Brady are without question the two best quarterbacks of their generation. But this rivalry has always been part of a much greater debate — the most important football debate in the history of Earth.

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TO: Carlos Richard Rosas and to all persons entitled to the beneďŹ t of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App. §501 et seq.; Bayview Loan Servicing LLC claiming to have an interest in a mortgage covering real property in East Boston, numbered 184 Bremen Street, given by Carlos Richard Rosas to Silver Hill Financial LLC, dated October 30, 2007, and recorded or ďŹ led in the Suffolk County Registry of Deeds in Book 42664, Page 190, has/have ďŹ led with this court a complaint for determination of Defendant’s/Defendants’ Servicemembers status. If you now are, or recently have been, in the active military service of the United States of America, then you may be entitled to the beneďŹ ts of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. If you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that basis, then you or your attorney must ďŹ le a written appearance and answer in this court at Three Pemberton Square, Boston, MA 02018 on or before February 24, 2014 or you will be forever barred from claiming that you are entitled to the beneďŹ ts of said Act. Witness, Judith C. Cutler, Chief Justice of this Court on January 7, 2014 Attest: _______________________ Deborah J. Patterson Recorder

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The land in said Boston (formerly Dorchester), Suffolk County, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with the buildings and improvements thereon, on the easterly side of Blue Hill Avenue numbered eleven hundred two (1102) to eleven hundred six (1106) in the numbering of said Blue Hill Avenue, making the northeasterly corner of Columbine Street and extending through Ashtor Street, adjoining an estate now or formerly of Israel Rosenberg (numbered 1098 to 1100A Blue Hill Avenue) and supposed to contain about twenty-two thousand ďŹ ve hundred (22,500) square feet.

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Said land is situated in Block 150Z22, in Dorchester District shown on the Boston Assessor’s Plans of said City, ďŹ led in the ofďŹ ce of the Board of Assessors. For title see deed recorded at Book 33998, Page 107, and also see deed recorded at Book 33998, Page 158. Said premises are also known as Ward 14 parcel 03255-000. Premises to be sold and conveyed subject to and with the beneďŹ t of all rights, rights of way, restrictions, easements, covenants, liens or claims in the nature of liens, improvements, public assessments, any and all unpaid taxes, tax titles, tax liens, water and sewer liens and any other municipal assessments or liens or existing encumbrances of record which are in force and are applicable, having priority over said mortgage, whether or not reference to such restrictions, easements, improvements, liens or encumbrances is made in the deed. Terms of sale: A deposit of ďŹ ve thousand dollars ($5,000.00) by certiďŹ ed or bank check will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and place of sale. The balance is to be paid by certiďŹ ed or bank check at the SIMS & SIMS, LLP, 53 Arlington Street, Brockton, MA 02301 within thirty (30) days from the date of sale. Deed will be provided to purchaser for recording upon receipt in full of the purchase price. In the event of an error in this publication, the description of the premises contained in said mortgage shall control. The mortgagee reserves the right to postpone the sale to a later date by public proclamation at the time and date appointed for the sale and to further postpone at an adjourned sale date by public proclamation at the time and date appointed for the adjourning sale date. Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale. TELESTAR FINANCIAL CORPORATION Present holder of said mortgage By its Attorneys, Sims & Sims, LLP 53 Arlington Street, Brockton, MA 02301

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