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Poll puts Coakley, Grossman ahead of Baker The two leading contenders for the Democratic nomination in the governor’s race hold leads over Republican candidate Charlie Baker, according to a new poll. The poll released on Wednesday by Western New England University’s Polling Institute showed that Democrats Martha Coakley and Steve Grossman lead Baker 54 percent to 25 percent and 38 percent to 29 percent, respectively, in a hypothetical matchup. Baker previously ran in 2010. METRO

Bystanders cheer on a caravan of police officers after the capture of alleged Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in Watertown. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Watertown cops talk shootout in Congress Lessons learned. A Homeland Security Committee hearing on Wednesday examined the Boston Marathon bombings. The harrowing shootout between the accused Boston Marathon bombers and Watertown police was recounted in dramatic detail on Wednesday Quoted

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Leonard testified before the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee meeting. Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul, of Texas, praised the work of the first responders and said their bravery the night of April 19 stopped further people from being hurt. “Our nation could have been further terrorized. These terrorists had six more bombs in their car and they were on their way to Times Square,” McCaul said. The law enforcement officials and experts were asked by committee members what lessons they learned and how the communication during the response and manhunt could have been improved. MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

Television event The hearing comes just days before the first anniversary of the Marathon bombings. It also comes just days before the airing of a TV program on the National Geographic Channel titled, “Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers.” •

The two-hour show, which will air Sunday at 9 p.m., uses news media footage, amateur-shot video, firsthand accounts and dramatic re-creations, to follow the days after the bombings as information unfolded. National Geographic said the producers received unprecedented access to the FBI, Boston Police Department, survivors of the bombings and those caught up in the manhunt.

FY 2015. Walsh debuts $2.7 billion budget plan Mayor Marty Walsh is proposing a $2.7 billion budget plan that would increase city spending by 4.5 percent in the 2015 fiscal year, an increase of $118.2 million. He also unveiled a 5-year, $1.9 billion capital plan that officials said identifies 319 new and continuing projects, and

for a Congressional committee examining the lessons learned from the attack. “For eight and a half minutes we were the best damn police department in the world,” said Watertown Police Chief Ed Deveau, who recalled how his officers narrowly avoided bullets and bombs being aimed at them allegedly by Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Deveau, along with Sgt. Jeffrey Pugliese, former Boston police commissioner Ed Davis and Harvard professor Herman

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Boston adds free Wi-Fi hotspots Boston has switched on a free public Wi-Fi network for about 30,000 residents living in the Grove Hall neighborhood as the first step to giving much of the city wireless Internet service. Wicked Free Wi-Fi is a network of outdoor hotspots. GLOBE

Crime. Cops nab Quincy man in Hingham breaks A Quincy man was arrested after a string of daytime break-ins in Hingham on Tuesday. After the alleged robberies, the suspect reportedly told an animal control officer he was “trying to get out of here, and if I give you a large sum of money, would you

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Mistaken ID. DA drops charges against man in North End sex assault Prosecutors have dropped charges against a 26-year-old man who was arrested after the victim of a North End assault claimed he was her attacker. The Suffolk district attorney’s office said on Wednesday that prosecutors filed court documents to end proceedings against Ross Currier, who was arrested last month for the Feb. 15 attack. The woman, in her 20s, told police she was entering her North End apartment when a man pushed his way in behind her, assaulted her and took a photo of her with his phone before fleeing. Last month the victim called police to report that she saw her attacker playing basketball. That man was Currier, who lives in the North End, authorities said. The victim told police that she was between 90 and 95 percent certain that Currier was her attacker, giving police probable cause to arrest him.

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Alibi holds up The charges were dropped after authorities investigated the alibi Currier provided to police, which was independently verified, and after an examination of his phone records. •


His lawyer had said at the time of Currier’s arrest that the victim made a mistake in identity and Currier was with his fiancee the night of the attack.

When Currier was released following his arrest, he was ordered to wear a GPS monitoring device. A similar attack took place March 16, and Currier’s GPS device showed he did not commit that attack. The investigation into the two attacks remains open, the district attorney’s office said.

Bank gets incredible, edible, donated eggs Tens of thousands of eggs were donated to the Greater Boston Food Bank on Wednesday as part of the Feeding America effort. Dunkin’ Donuts and America’s Egg Farmers donated 81,900 eggs to the food bank, which was one of eight across the country to receive a large gift. The donations were part of a campaign in which one egg was donated for every eggs Benedict breakfast sandwich sold at the restaurant chain during the first week of March. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Boston will collaborate with the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation on a study of the capacity of addiction and recovery services in the city, Mayor Marty Walsh announced on Wednesday. The city is also creating the first ever Office of Recovery Services, a group that will be comprised of experts to assist with the study, which is slated for completion this year. Despite significant and historic health care reform in the state, Walsh said, treatment for mental health and substance abuse disorders remains challenging in terms of access, capacity and cost. “I think we can all agree that the current system is complex, overburdened and in need of reform,” he said. METRO


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Voters see internal bridge review as ‘whitewash’ Most New Jersey voters believe an internal investigation clearing Gov. Chris Christie of any wrongdoing in a scheme to snarl traffic on one of the

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Lupita Nyong’o stepped out on the red carpet Tuesday for the first time since she was named Best Supporting Actress for her role in “12 Years a Slave” at the Oscars last month. She wore a white Giambattista Valli Couture dress with blue flowers and Christian Louboutin pumps for Marie Claire’s Fresh Faces Party in West Hollywood. The 31-year-old starlet also debuted new hair, rocking a curly pompadour on top of her head. Can she do no wrong?



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are inconclusive, officials say. Toxicology reports could reveal the cause of death; however, results from that aren’t expected for several weeks, U.K. police said. The 25-year-old daughter of Irish musician Bob Geldof

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Cyrus Beene, the White House Chief of Staff on ABC’s hit drama “Scandal,� is rarely happy and usually on the brink of cardiac arrest. But Jeff Perry, the actor who plays Beene with great skill and heart, is, he says, “grinning until it hurts� over the chance to portray a character “written with depth, complexity and dichotomy by Shonda [Rhimes].� It’s something he says he hasn’t had enough of since his days performing with the prestigious Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, which he co-founded. Thi This complexity — there are almost no clear villains or heroes on “Scandal,� rare on a major network show — is also what’s won millions of very vocal fans. And the cast keeps these fans through constant social media contact. “Scandal� airs its finale on April 17.

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How do you see Cyrus spending his summer? Being warned by anyone who even slightly cares about him not to have another heart attack. Jeff, though, is going fishing, metaphorically at least. I’m taking some kind of vacation. Will you bring your Twitter account? Maybe just a little. JANE BORDEN @MetroBOS

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‘Cuban Fury’ Nick Frost pulls “Marty” duty by playing a sad sack in love with a girl (Rashida Jones) out of his league. When he discovers she’s a salsa dancer, he taps into his own history as an ace toe-tapper, with a little help from scary Ian McShane.


‘Under the Skin’ Scarlett Johansson is getting raves for this peerlessly disquieting mood piece from director Jonathan Glazer (“Sexy Beast,” “Birth”), in which she plays a sexy alien seductress who picks up horny dudes in Glasgow.


‘Dom Hemingway’ Jude Law tears into the role of a motormouthed English gangster who, after being released from prison, tries to get rich and maybe reconnect with his daughter (Emilia Clarke).

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‘The Raid 2’ There’s technically no raid in this sequel to the Indonesian super-martial arts picture “The Raid: Redemption.” But there are countless epic beatdowns — plus, unfortunately, a story this time, which might not have been a step up from the first.


‘Watermark’ The makers of the visually striking industrial labor documentary “Manufactured Landscapes” this time turn

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The animated aviary adventure finds its two literal lovebirds — blue macaws voiced by Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway — heading into “Meet the Parents” territory when they visit the latter’s family deep in the Amazon.

their cameras on water itself, tracing the obvious and less obvious ways it affects humanity.


‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Last seen not quite saving New York City from leveling, the unfrozen WWII warrior gets his second solo outing, this time going on the lam and squaring off against a mysterious dude with a metal arm.


‘Noah’ Good news, Christians! There’s a big budget movie about the epic flood, in which God wiped out everyone but a family and a bunch of animals. Less good news: It’s by Darren Aronofksy, the stylist of the keyed-up “Black Swan,” and has been plagued by bad press.


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Jess, Meet Ken is a website that represents both a love story and a business idea. “It really is how we met and how we fell in love,” says Jessica Deckinger of, the dating site she recently launched with her husband — you guessed it — Ken. Here’s how it works: Women recommend single men in their life to other single women online. Jess and Ken met on a now-defunct website similar to the one the couple now runs with their business partner, Adele Tongish. The dating world is nothing new for her and Ken; they co-founded HurryDate, which organizes speed-dating events, in 2001 and sold the company several years later. “This cuts through the noise of online dating and provides you with a true and honest way to meet people in their most genuine form,” Ken says of the Boston-based company. Rather than dealing with the “dating fatigue” that comes from sorting through an overflowing inbox of emails from potential suitors, women can cut through the chaff by connecting with another woman who cares about the guy she posted.

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Be open-minded. “Jess had dated guys who were cut from the same mold, and I was very different from that,” Ken says.


Engage in the process. Be proactive about reaching out to people who you find interesting to learn more about them.

Jess and Ken Deckinger, now married and parents to three daughters, created the site to help people meet the same way they did. / PROVIDED Quoted

“[Guys don’t] know how to present [their] redeeming qualities as well as a woman can present them to other women.” Ken Deckinger And that’s the key. “Every woman wants to get to the core of who that guy is from someone who knows him very well,” he says. Plus, there’s an extra connection when a woman can

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Dress to impress. You should be well-dressed but wear clothing that makes you comfortable.


Listen. Remember, it’s not an interview and you’re not on stage. Put your “listening ears” on.


Be cordial. At the end of the minidate, say “thank you” and express interest if you’d like to connect later.

relate to the woman who’s vouching for the guy she’s posting about. “I didn’t know Adele, but she looked like someone I would be friends with,” says Jess, who felt she could relate to Tongish because of the funny profile she created for Ken. In turn, she could relate to Ken, too. In fact, Ken says a woman can sell a guy better than he can sell himself. A guy doesn’t always post what a woman wants to see. “He doesn’t know how to present his redeeming qualities as well as a woman can present them to other women,” he confesses. Guys often post photos with their car, their buddies or, worst case scenario, their exgirlfriends. He reveals, “Women put a guy’s photo up that portrays his true and accurate personality.” Tongish posted a photo with

Ken’s “big goofy smile and a pumpkin — that’s the real me,” he says. Ken thinks that photo communicated his personality better than anything he would have chosen to post himself. Then, Tongish wrote about his flaws, capturing his future wife’s heart by saying he’s not perfect. “She was OK with revealing his flaws to make him endearing to me.” Jess mentions he appeared “funny, goofy and confident, but not arrogant.” Ken underscores the importance of highlighting flaws because they make people endearing and illustrate someone’s true character. “Everyone has flaws,” he says. “And they are typically what make people beautiful.” VICKI SALEMI @MetroBOS

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Over their 10-year career, the Hold Steady have strategically amassed a catalogue of songs often centered on a recurring group of characters. Craig Finn introduced listeners to tragic heroes and fallen friends caught up in the partying lifestyle, formed from the amalgamation of acquaintances and fictional figures. His spoken delivery embraced witty double entendres, juxtaposing modern jargon with scholarly diction as he portrayed the ups and downs of the down-andouts. And somehow, he always seemed to stay positive. With their recent release, “Teeth Dreams,” the band’s sixth studio album and the first on their own Washington Square label, Finn’s songs seem to have naturally evolved from the post-adolescent party to the inevitable adult hangover. These are cautionary tales and proof that yesterday’s kicks become tomorrow’s bruises. “It’s definitely the darkest Hold Steady record,” says Finn. “While the others had been especially hopeful and maybe positive and optimistic, this one may hold back on that optimism a bit. Writing this record, I wasn’t in a particularly bad If you go

The Hold Steady with Deer Tick April 17 House of Blues 15 Lansdowne St., Boston $25-$45, 800-745-3000

Wild Beasts July 14, The Sinclair

John Fogerty July 16, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Michael Franti & Spearhead July 18, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

Jackson Browne Aug. 16, The Opera House

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HOLD STEADY Craig Finn, far left (in both pictures) says he’s OK with a more mature Hold Steady. / DANNY CLINCH

place or anything, I was just fascinated with anxiety and the idea of mental health and the way we treat it nowadays and the way we deal with our neuroses.” With such a repertoire of decadent characters, Finn says that his narrative had to change and that those wandering from the straight-and-narrow will inevitably fall. “We started the band 10 years ago, and for the past 10 years I’ve known a lot of people close to me that have struggled with substance abuse and mental health issues,” he says. “I’m 42. When you’re 32 you might still be going along and having a good time, but at some point it starts to drag you down. ... [Now] I’m trying to write characters that are a little older.

I think that’s a challenge, and it always has been. Rock ‘n’ roll is often about a teenager and a convertible. ... It’s 50 and 60 years old now, so it doesn’t have to be. Great artists like Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young have written great songs about adults.” If their message seems heavy, their instrumentation is even heavier — any somber sentiment quickly finds solace by leaning against the towering guitar solos that were hinted at before, but are now realized in skyscraping realities. The guitars have finally soared to reach Thin Lizzy heights, while Finn’s lyrics are still born to run. NOLAN GAWRON @MetroBOS

Deer Tick

‘A no-brainer’ bill Deer Tick are opening for the Hold Steady on this tour. “I’m surprised it hasn’t happened before,” says Deer Tick singer John McCauley, calling the pairing a “no-brainer.” The two bands have so much in common that they collaborated for a split 7-inch single that will be on sale at the show. And not unlike the Hold Steady, Deer Tick have matured with their latest album, “Negativity.” McCauley says he’s OK with that, because one mature album can’t dispel a lifetime of rock ‘n’ roll. “In one way it’s kind of mature,


but that doesn’t mean that everything we do from now on is going to sound grown up or whatever.” Visit for the full interview with McCauley, including the tale of how he met wife Vanessa Carlton. PAT HEALY

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Rock ‘n’ Roll Rumble Tonight through Saturday TT the Bear’s Place 10 Brookline St., Cambridge $8, 617-492-BEAR These are the last three nights of the preliminaries of the 35th annual Rumble. We already know that Tigerman WOAH, Goddamn Draculas and the Barricades are going to the semis, but one of the 12 bands playing over the next three nights will eventually face off against them.

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Friday, 7 p.m. House of Blues $150, 617-524-7065 bannedinboston Billing itself as a madcap musical revue, this is another longstanding local tradition. A benefit for Urban Improv, the program features an unlikely ensemble of high-profile guests doing extremely silly things. You might see a member of Aerosmith dressed in colonial garb or a certain governor of the Commonwealth doing Broadway show tunes. METRO

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‘Crossing Wires: An Evening with Richard Devine’ Tonight, 8:15 Berklee Performance Center, 136 Mass. Ave., Boston $8-$12, 617-747-2261 In the music world you’ve got purists who stick to analog and futurists who go all digital, but Richard Devine refuses to take sides, crafting his electronic sounds from whatever gets the right tone — and if he can’t find it, he’ll just open up the machine and play with the wires. This show will feature Devine performing with students and singer Nona Hendryx.

Through June 3 Multicultural Arts Center, 41 2nd St., Cambridge Free, 617-577-1400 C.J. Phu’s expressionistic paintings of plants and grassy fields have a tranquil, poetic quality. Rather than choosing to paint exotic flowers, he depicts the everyday seedy wildflowers you’d find in any backyard, and they shoot up from his brush with a humble beauty. In their very normality, these scenes provoke the viewer’s own recollections. BOOKS

Joan Breton Connelly Today, noon Boston Athenaeum, 10 ½ Beacon St., Boston Free, 617-720-7600 This archaeologist, author and professor of classics and art history at NYU will discuss her new book, “The Parthenon Enigma,” which explores new findings relating to the titular ancient Greek monument and its meaning for the people who built it. This includes the discovery of a lost play by Euripides, found in the wrapping of a mummy! THEATER

‘Carousel’ Thursday through Saturday Cutler Majestic Theater, 219 Tremont St., Boston, $15-$20, 617-824-8000 Emerson students perform this early Rogers and Hammerstein musical from 1945. Based on a Hungarian play, it tells the story of a carnival barker and a factory worker whose romance causes them to lose both their jobs and turn to crime —

Keith MacLelland Through May 31 Hynes Convention Center, 900 Boylston St., Boston Free, 802-558-7399 These collage creatures by illustrator Keith MacLelland are a mix of the American cowboy with the Mexican luchador— and a lot more besides. With their manic energy and style, they seem like the heroes of a lost Cartoon Network series. But one can also read in their fragmented composition a commentary on the illusory nature of archetypes—heroic or otherwise.


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‘Reverse Cascade’ Thursday through Saturday Puppet Showplace Theater, 32 Station St., Brookline $15, 617-731-6400 ext. 101 This found object puppet show by Anna Fitzgerald is about Judy Finelli, a circus juggler whose career seemed cut short by a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis — that is, until she made a triumphant comeback. It will be accompanied by a talk from opera singer Barbara Quintiliani and an art exhibit by Marguerite McDonald, both of whom also have MS. MATTHEW DINARO


Fernando Brandao Thursday, April 17 8 p.m., Doors open 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $13-$15 www.multiculturalarts The Multicultural Arts Center presents flutist and composer Fernando Brandão and his

April 17 - May 18 The Springstep Building, 98 George P. Hassett Drive, Medford, MA 02155 866-811-4111 www.actorsshakespeare W-F 7:30 p.m., Sat 3 p.m. + 8 p.m., Sun 2 p.m. Tickets: $28-$50 “As You Like It” tells the story of Rosalind, the daughter of a banished duke, as she flees with her cousin and the court fool to the Forest of Arden, finding a utopian society and seeking romantic fulfillment.

Quintet plus special guest Marcella Camargo on vocals. This performance will feature several original new songs, mixed with instrumental compositions in a variety of Brazilian music styles – from choro, samba and bossa to Northeastern baião, frevo and ijexá – embed in jazz style improvisations and contemporary arrangements. 21+ cash bar and complimentary appetizers.

April 16-19 The Boston Conservatory Theater, 31 Hemenway St. Box Office: 617-912-9222 or tickets www.bostonconservatory. edu/perform Featuring Mark Morris’s Canonic 3/4 Studies and Karole Armitage’s Rave, as well as works by Dwight Rhoden, artistic director of Complexions Dance Company, and Tommy Neblett, Boston Conservatory faculty member. We want you

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A BAR THAT ALMOST DOESN’T SOUND LEGAL While you won’t find me celebrating the opening of many chain restaurants in this space, in the case of Legal Seafood’s new Legal Crossing, or LX for short, (which is how you know it’s cool), I’ll make an exception. That’s mostly because the company has done a good job of introducing populist demographics to progressive drinking concepts over the years. Much of that credit goes to longtime Boston bar staple Patrick Sullivan, the company’s executive director of bar operations. The new spot “looks a little different, feels different, and acts a little different than a Legal Sea Foods, for sure,� Sullivan says of the bar, open until 2 a.m., seven nights a week. In fact, you might not know you’d wandered into a Legals if you weren’t paying attention. Set directly across from the Paramount Theater, which casts twinkling lights in the reflection of the gleaming surface inside, it has the vaguely sophisticated feel of an upscale Downtown Crossing-style bar; it feels like drinking inside an oversized humidor. Better still for my purposes, the bartenders seem exceptionally enthusiastic about

Legal Crossing transcends chain bar fare. / GUSTAV HOILAND If you go

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the cocktail menu, always a good sign. Too many bars with money get someone to write up a list then abandon it to undertrained staff. Here they’re singing the praises of their tikithemed, down and stirred and cheeky neighborhood-inspired cocktails. With many of the drinks

you’ll have to ask about the specific ingredients before ordering. “Cold tea late night tradition. watch your wallet. delicious & fun beer cooler� reads one that’s a nod to the old Chinatown tradition. It’s made with Allagash White, Deep Eddy sweet tea, Meletti amaro, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curacao, lemon and sugar and is served in a stainless steel tea pot. That drink, like many of the others, wink at the old Combat Zone era and some of its historic tiki bars, like the Bob Lee’s Islander (made with Plantation Original Dark Rum, Plantation 3 Star Rum, demerara syrup, lime, grapefruit and Allspice Dram.)

“It’s more like a drinking bar menu than a restaurant bar menu,� Sullivan says of a list that incorporates a Chartreuse Swizzle and a crushed ice mezcal cocktail. “It’s funny; one of the first weekends our top-selling drink in this restaurant was a stirred down rye and amaro cocktail.� That would be the Blackball, made with Templeton rye, Averna and orange bitters. “That is very strange.� There’s no secret to the way he writes menus, Sullivan says. It’s about trying to engender a fun interaction for the guests. “Drinking is supposed to be fun, sometimes it can get a little too serious for my liking, so I’ve purposefully built things into the menu that are tongue-in-cheek to get the guests to react in some way, ask a question, make a joke. Once the guests start doing that, the door opens for hospitality.�


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Aries | March 21-April 20. Gather together with friends who share your passion and vision. You can mix business and pleasure while collaborating on a new venture. Taurus | April 21-May 21. Take a backseat and relax for a change. Let others make decisions. Pick your battles and don’t let a difference of opinion turn into a major problem.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Keep an open mind today. A casual remark from an old friend will give new spark to your creativity. A trip to an unfamiliar location will result in a rewarding partnership. Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. You don’t appreciate being scrutinized, so don’t question what others are up to. Be trusting. Your relationships will suffer if you display jealousy.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Your home and work environment will be filled with tension if you gossip or get involved in other people’s business. Stick to your chores and stay out of trouble.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Take a break from your usual schedule. Get out into the fresh air with friends or loved ones. A brief jaunt to a nearby park will do you good.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. If you have ideas for improvement at your workplace, speak up. Even if your suggestions are not acted upon, you will gain respect and credit for making the offer.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. An elderly relative may be a burden. Look over your budget and see where you can make beneficial adjustments. Contracts or legal matters should be dealt with now.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Your emotions are on a rollercoaster ride, with you tearful one moment and cheerful the next. Don’t let this instability lead to an impulsive decision that can influence a promise.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. The time is right for love. Take things slow and easy. You may be feeling romantic, but don’t come on too strong, or your special someone may take off in the other direction.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Don’t reveal too many details. A colleague may be trying to get ahead at your expense. Someone who seems overly enthusiastic could have an ulterior motive.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Don’t waste time gossiping or sharing personal stories when you should be working. You’ll be criticized if you don’t finish what you start with efficiency and dispatch. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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are terrorists or anyone else. I understand the desire to be safe, but we do not achieve that through torture. We lose our soul as a country — not to mention the souls of those compelled to conduct those interrogation techniques.

Re: ‘Torture in the name of US freedom’ (Metro, April 8) I am appalled and saddened by the opinions of letter writer Mary Ruggiero. She claims that by standing against torture, Rep. Pelosi and Sen. Feinstein “do not love this country.” I love this country; in fact I joined the Army and went to Kosovo and Iraq in support of it. Yet I will never condone the torture of human beings, whether they

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To letter writer Mary Ruggiero: Gov. Bobby Jindal correctly names your kind the Stupid Party, because you can’t understand even this simple seven-word sentence: “The ends do not justify the means.” Only hypocrites enforce laws by breaking them — for example,

reading Metro for years, but I’ve never seen any shows that I watch on the “TV watch list.” How come you never report on the “NCIS” shows or “Criminal Minds” or “Law & Order: SVU” or “Kitchen Nightmares” or “Chopped” or “Iron Chef?” That’s just a portion of what I watch, but I’ve never seen any shows that I actually watch in your paper. CYNDI LUNSFORD, VIA EMAIL Keep them as brief as possible, preferably under 100 words. Metro reserves the right to edit all letters. Please include your name and contact info.

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Masters betting guide Who are the favorites, underdogs and best options to make some dough at this weekend’s big event? MARK OSBORNE

The biggest event in golf, the Masters at Augusta National, gets underway Thursday, April 10. And if you’re anything like us, the tournament signals the unofficial start of a golf season which actually began a couple months ago. So if you are looking to lay down a few shekels on the premier event in golf — recreational only, of course — you probably could use a bit of help. We try to give you a guide here. First tip: Don’t bet on Tiger Woods. (He’s not playing after undergoing back surgery.) Beyond that, we break down some favorites, money makers and dark horses who have a chance to wear the green jacket on Sunday.

The favorites ... Adam Scott: 10/1 The defending champion is the co-favorite to take the tournament in 2014, as well. The Aussie has played decently on the PGA Tour this year (five tournaments, four Top-12 finishes), but he has yet to win. Rory McIlroy: 10/1 The 24-year-old from Northern Ireland is the other co-favorite atop the odds. He has had a similar season to Scott — good but no wins yet. He has three Top-10 finishes, including last week at the Houston Open. McIlroy had a disappointing 2013 after winning four tournaments in 2012.


Matt Every: 150/1 You probably don’t know the name (we don’t blame

you), but he might be the best dark horse option in the tournament. He’s getting very poor odds for a player who won at the star-studded Arnold Palmer Invitational a few weeks ago. In fact, he outdueled Scott to get the win in the event. The Arnold Palmer was his first tour win and he has very little history in majors. His win on March 23 earned him his first invite to the Masters. It’s unlikely he’ll win, but he’ll be fun to root for regardless.


Masters pairings The tournament at Augusta National gets underway early Thursday. We look at some of the notables. •

Woodland, Ian Poulter — 9:13 a.m. •

Group 11: Graeme McDowell, Rickie Fowler, Jimmy Walker — 9:35 a.m.

Group 12: Zach Johnson, K.J. Choi, Steve Stricker — 9:57 a.m.

Group 1: Stewart Cink, Tim Clark — 7:45 a.m. Group 7: Tom Watson, Billy Horschel, Brendon de Jonge — 8:51 a.m. Group 9: Angel Cabrera, Gary

Group 16: Adam Scott, Jason Dufner, Matthew Fitzpatrick

Jordan Spieth: 33/1 The 20-year-old rising star is one of the top underdogs to win the tournament. In fact, he’s gotten so much attention recently, his odds have risen all the way to 33/1. He’s playing well — currently 13th in the World Golf rankings. Luke Donald: 50/1 The Englishman has a game well-suited to Augusta. He has three Top-10 finishes in the last nine years and Top 10s at each of the majors in his career. He’s just waiting to break through. Donald has a couple Top-10 finishes this season as well, including a fourth-place finish.

3 SPORTS Rivalry back on


The first installment of Red Sox-Yankees for the 2014 season begins Thursday in New York (7 p.m., NESN). Clay Buchholz (0-0, 12.46 ERA) will square off against Michael Pineda (0-1, 1.50 ERA). The Sox beat the Rangers, 4-2, Wednesday at Fenway.


Dark horses ... Steve Stricker: 80/1 Stricker is about as boring a pick as they come. Sorry, Steve. But if you’re looking for a conservative choice to win the Masters, he’s a good option. He has 16 career PGA Tour wins and finished in the Top 20 in all three majors he competed in last year. If you’re doing a multi-pick office pool, you’ll probably be the only one to select him. (That’s a good thing.)

Money makers ...

— 10:41 a.m. •

Group 17: Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Rory McIlroy — 10:52 a.m.

Group 29: Bubba Watson, Luke Donald, Sergio Garcia — 1:15 p.m.

Group 32: Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Justin Rose — 1:48 p.m.




NHL power rankings | by Rich Slate No. 1

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Bruins (53-18-8)

Ducks (51-20-8)

Avalanche (51-21-7)

Blackhawks (45-19-15)

Canadiens (45-27-7)

With a win on Thursday in Winnipeg, coupled with a loss by St. Louis at Minnesota, the Bruins can capture their second ever Presidents’ Trophy. By going 6-1-3 in its last 10 games, Boston has created some separation between itself and St. Louis. For the B’s, it’s all about getting rest for their key players before the postseason begins next week.

The race for the top seed in the Western Conference has unexpectedly become interesting with St. Louis’ swoon.

Colorado is hot, having gone 7-1-2 in its last 10 games. Their final three regular season games are on the road.

Chicago has won its last three games and the better news is that Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews are close to returning.

Fun fact: The Canadiens will be the only Canadian team in the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs. No pressure, guys!


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Sharks (49-21-9)

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St. Louis has lost its last three games and has scored two or less goals in nine of their last 11.

The Sharks have been treading water and are three points behind Anaheim with three games left.

A B’s-Pens East final is a foregone conclusion for most, but don’t be surprised if the slumping Pens get bounced early.

The Kings have dropped their last two games, but are still 7-3-0 in their past 10. They are locked into the No. 6 or 7 seed.

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