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Body pulled from Long Wharf water Authorities are conducting an investigation after the body of a man was pulled from the Boston Harbor on Wednesday. A response team was sent to Long Wharf at 12:28 p.m. after receiving a report of a person seen in the water,

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according to the Boston Fire Department. When firefighters arrived, they determined the man was “non-viable,” and was pronounced dead at the scene. Though officials had not identified the victim, the area is near where missing Boston University student Eric Munsell was last seen. METRO

Sales down, prices up in home market While new listings were up, the residential real estate market in Massachusetts continued to face an inventory challenge in March that played a role in falling sales and rising prices. The median selling

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price for a single-family home in Massachusetts last month was $314,063, up 8.3 percent from $290,000 in March 2013, marking 18 consecutive months of yearover-year increases. The inventory of homes on the market last month was down nearly 14 percent compared to a year ago. SHNS

First month of late-night weekend T nets 72K rides Night riders. MBTA passengers will either use it or lose it when it comes to late nights. Though transit officials are satisfied with the turnout for the first month of late-night weekend MBTA service, they will be keeping an eye on whether passengers continue utilizing the extended hours over the next 48 weekends. Some 72,057 people took the subway between 12:30 a.m. and 3 a.m. in the last four weekends since a pilot program launched on March 28. “The MBTA is pleased to see that tens of thousands of people took advantage of the subway’s extended-service hours during the first month of the year-long pilot program,” T spokesman Joe Pesaturo said. The most recent ridership data, which is through February, shows the total average light-rail ridership to

be 161,300 on Saturdays and 109,000 on Sundays. Under the one-year program, the last trains depart downtown stations at approximately 2:30 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday mornings and approximately 1 a.m. Monday through Thursday. The extended hours followed calls for public transportation to remain open later so Bostonians can work and play into the early morning hours. More than 18,000 people rode the system during the inaugural weekend of late-night service, but those ridership numbers dipped on Easter weekend, with just 15,322 transit riders opting to ride the subway. “The MBTA will continue to collect data over the next 11 months, and examine the ridership trends and patterns that develop and emerge,” Pesaturo said.

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More than 18,000 people rode the subway on its inaugural late-night weekend. Ridership dipped slightly this past weekend, with around 15,000 rides between 12:30 a.m. and 3 a.m.

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A Harvard undergraduate student walking from the Porter Square MBTA station was pulled into a Somerville alleyway by a man trying to attack her, the most recent of two attacks on women leaving the train station. On Tuesday, Harvard University police issued an advisory about the attack. On Wednesday, Somerville police said that the attack was similar to one that took place in Cambridge on April 16. Investiga-

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tors are determining if the two are related. During the most recent attack, the female student was walking on Beacon Street at about 1:20 a.m. Monday near an alley that leads to Oxford Street in Cambridge. The woman told police that a man grabbed her arm and pulled her into the alley. Police said the woman screamed for help and defended herself against her attacker before fleeing the area. METRO


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A University of Massachusetts Boston student was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly making multiple bomb threats that prompted the evacuation at some of the campus buildings. Dean Beckford, a 29-yearold senior from Somerville, was arrested by UMass Boston police, the university said in a statement. He pleaded not guilty during his arraignment on Wednesday and was ordered held on $20,000 cash bail. The threats occurred within days after the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. They were called in on April 17 and April 22. The university said that in both incidents, calls were received at the dean’s office at about 12:45 p.m. that indicated Wheatley Hall was in imminent danger of an explosion in the building. In both cases, no explosive devices were found.

Two former college football players pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to severely beating a homeless man in Allston and only stopping when a passerby put herself between the men and the victim, authorities said. Former Boston College player Craig Parsons, 22, of West Newton, and former Marist College quarterback Anthony Varrichione, 23, of Medway, were arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court. Parsons is also charged with

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of the findings of the review panel regarding my coaching style, which was intended to produce well-rounded athletes and a winning team. However, given all that has transpired, I do not believe that it will be possible for me to continue as an effective coach at Boston University,” said Greenberg. The panel found that “a compelling case was made” based on interviews with the team that the way Greenberg interacted with many players was “incompatible with the expectations and standards for university employees,” including coaches. Sophomores Dionna Joynes told the Boston Globe that she felt suicidal after Greenberg called her an uncaring and selfish teammate after she suffered a concussion. Another player said Greenberg “demolished [her] as a person.” MORGAN ROUSSEAU

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Rescued dogs looking to make a love connection Doggie dates. A local shelter wants pet parents to click with rescued pooches. The Newton Pooch Hotel will host a doggy speed-dating event on Saturday to pair potential pet owners with about a dozen adoption-ready dogs from Last Hope K9 Rescue. At the Pet and Play Adoption Event, dog lovers will be asked to fill out a “dating profile” before getting some one-on-one play time with their prospective pooch partners. “It’s kind of a new concept,” said Tara Lenaghan, Pooch Hotel general manager. “[Last Hope] was so happy to provide the dogs, and people are really looking forward to it. With love in the air anything can happen.” The Boston-based shelter

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Answers pet parents give in their questionnaires will help adoption coordinators match them with the perfect pooch. The event will be held at 1 p.m. at the Pooch Hotel in Newton.

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rescues between 15 and 20 dogs each week from high-kill shelters in Arkansas, and doesn’t discriminate on the basis of age, breed and pre-existing medical conditions, according to Last Hope founder Rachele Huelsman. Last Hope hosts monthly adoption events around the

Boston area, but this is the first time organizers are testing the dating-game theme. “If it’s a success, we hope to hold another one around Valentine’s Day,” Huelsman said. MORGAN ROUSSEAU @MetroMorgan

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sentences for federal crimes, though the power has historically been used on a case-bycase basis. Should President Barack Obama grant clemency to each new eligible inmate, the move would be an unprecedented use of clemency power. The Justice Department estimates thousands of inmates may be eligible for review. The clemency review is part of Attorney General Eric Holder’s “Smart on Crime” initiative. It’s a review of the criminal justice system, seeking ways to make spending on prisons more efficient by focusing on violent offenders. REUTERS

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Soldier convicted of WikiLeaks crimes granted name change Former soldier Bradley Manning, who is serving 35 years in prison for turning over classified files to WikiLeaks, can exchange the name Bradley for Chelsea to reflect her desire to be treated as a woman, a judge in Kansas ruled on Wednesday. Manning’s name is legally changed to Chelsea Elizabeth Manning, according to the decision handed down by Leavenworth County District Judge David King. Manning will be issued a new birth certificate to reflect the name change. His gender remains male, but Manning identifies as a woman. REUTERS Snafu

NYPD Twitter campaign inundated with negative tweets A New York Police Department campaign to burnish its image via social media instead produced a flood of pictures of apparent police brutality. They were accompanied by critical tweets and shared at a rate of thousands an hour. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said on Wednesday he would continue and expand the NYPD Twitter campaign a day after it backfired, triggering an outpouring of negative images, including police violence at Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, an officer pointing a gun at a dog and an officer asleep in a subway car. REUTERS

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the company that operated the Sewol ferry. They also raided his son’s home and the office of a church with which Yoo has been associated, said a prosecutor who did not want to be identified. REUTERS

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‘Bridgegate’ scandal threatens next World Trade Center tower The “Bridgegate” scandal that rocked New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s administration earlier this year is threatening a deal that would allow developer Larry Silverstein to finish building the next World Trade Center skyscraper. Silverstein needs a guarantee from the Port Authority of

New York and New Jersey to secure a $1.2 billion construction loan for 3 World Trade Center. On Wednesday, the agency’s board will vote on whether to approve that guarantee, part of a deal that would provide hundreds of millions of dollars more to the Port Authority and allow it to foreclose on the $2.4 billion tower if Silverstein cannot pay debt service costs. But Silverstein’s deal, even with the concessions to the Port Authority, has become entangled in a fierce debate

within the agency over its mission, including whether it should be in the real estate business at all. Those questions have emerged since the so-called Bridgegate scandal erupted earlier this year. Operatives loyal to Christie’s administration caused massive traffic jams on the George Washington Bridge in September, an alleged act of political retribution against a local New Jersey mayor who did not endorse Christie for reelection. REUTERS

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Snafu. New York police Twitter campaign flooded with negative tweets A New York Police Department campaign to burnish its image via social media instead produced a flood of pictures of apparent police brutality. They were accompanied by critical tweets and shared at a rate of thousands an hour. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said on Wednesday he would continue and expand the NYPD Twitter campaign a day after it backfired, triggering an outpouring of negative images, including police violence at Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, an NYPD officer pointing a gun at a dog and an officer asleep in a subway car. “The reality of policing is that oftentimes our actions are lawful, but they look awful,” Bratton told a news briefing at New York City Hall. “Most of those photos that I looked at are old news,” said Bratton, appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio to take over from Ray Kelly, who served for 12 years under Michael Bloomberg.

The department on Tuesday afternoon invited Twitter users to submit pictures of themselves with NYPD cops using the hashtag #mynypd, promising some would be posted to the NYPD Facebook page. Within hours, a torrent of images depicting police brutality, violence and controversial tactics, most of which occurred under Kelly, deluged Twitter. Some of the images and tweets referred to the fatal, controversial New York police shootings of Sean Bell in 1999 and Amadou Diallo in 1999. REUTERS


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Oprah’s ex-stepmother tells all

Lupita Nyong’o named Most Beautiful

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Prepon is not dating Cruise, ’kay?

Laura Prepon is laughing off rumors that she’s dating fellow Scientologist Tom Cruise. “I’m flattered because I think he’s hot. ... And apparently he’s very gentlemanly with me,” the “Orange Is the New Black” star joked with the Daily Beast during an interview. “Apparently we get along great, and he knows that I have a favorite bottle of wine that I didn’t even know I had.” Prepon further expressed her disappointment with the tabloid reports during an interview with SheKnows.com, calling the story “false,” for the record. “I’m dating Tom Cruise right now and apparently, he doesn’t want me doing [‘Orange’] because I portray a lesbian and I’m a Scientologist.” How does she know for sure they’re not dating? Because Prepon has never met him, which is a tough obstacle to overcome in a relationship.

Oprah’s ex-stepmother, Barbara Winfrey, is out for revenge. After divorcing from Oprah’s father, Vernon, Barbara was pushed out of the house she lived in with Vernon — and which Oprah owned. Now Barbara is retaliating with a dishy interview in the Daily Mail. Here are the best bits:

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She claims she has never seen Oprah and her long-term boyfriend, Stedman Graham, kiss, hold hands or act romantic.

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“If it’s not more than friendship, they’re giving every appearance that it is,” she said about the close friendship of Oprah and Gayle King.

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Oprah is obsessed with skin color. “It’s a real thing for her. It’s one of the things she liked about Stedman. He has what we call ‘high-yellow’ skin and soft hair. ... She liked that.”

Congratulations to Lupita Nyong’o, who is officially the most beautiful human on the face of planet Earth (2014). Nyong’o rocketed to fame in the role of Patsy in “12 Years a Slave,” for which she won an Oscar. Growing up surrounded by Western images of attractiveness made it difficult to see her own beauty, she claims. “Light skin and long, flowing, straight hair,” she told People, the magazine which has had the right to name the most beautiful people alive for as long as anybody can remember. “Subconsciously, you start to appreciate those things more than what you possess.” This is the third time that People has named a black woman its Most Beautiful since beginning the tradition in 1990. Previous honorees were Halle Berry in 2003 and Beyonce in 2012. MELINDA TAUB

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Oprah forces everyone to sign a confidentiality agreement. “Once you’re in Oprah’s world, she owns you,” she noted.

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There are rumors that Vernon is not Winfrey’s biological father. Barbara claims he wanted to do the DNA test, but Oprah refused. “She knows it would prove he IS her father. She can’t quite believe that such a silly man could make such a magnificent creature,” Barbara said.

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Ten years ago the French film “District B13” introduced parkour to action films. Now it has been remade with the late Paul Walker as the good cop in an “Escape From New York”style criminal compound.

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One of the late Paul Walker’s final films was the action remake “Brick Mansions.” / PHILIPPE BOSSE

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‘The Other Woman’ Nick Cassavetes does another film his father, director John Cassavetes, likely never would’ve touched: A comedy in which three women (Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton) gang up on the man they’re all unwittingly sleeping with.

‘The Quiet Ones’ Don’t write this one off as just another ghost host movie. Produced by the he illustrious Hammer Film studio, the project boasts Oren Moverman, one of the writers on “The Messenger.” Jared Harris plays a professor or investigating poltergeists, ists with surely happy results.

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‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ You’re not a filmmaker until you’ve done an offbeat vampire movie. Here’s Jim Jarmusch’s attempt. Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston play centuries-old lovers hanging in Detroit, listening to records and generally ignoring the genre’s cliches.

‘Alan Partridge’ Steve Coogan’s most famous creation — an oblivious boob of a radio DJ, introduced in 1992 — belatedly gets his own movie, in which he finds himself in a radio station hostage situation.

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‘On My Way’ Catherine Deneuve is in this picture. That’s all you need to know. (OK, it’s a drama in which she plays a restaurant owner who whimsically leaves her life behind to start anew.)

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‘Dancing at Jaffa’ Another survey of attempts to ease tensions between Israelis and Palestinians, this documentary looks at a ballroomdancing titan who returns dancin home in the hope that hom hoofing will bring h people together. p

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‘Heaven Is for Real’ In the hit book by the same name, a cashstrapped preacher exploits strapp his son’s near-death experience to make some big bucks. Now it’s a movie about faith and doubt with an actual cast that Greg Kinnear and Kelly Reilly.

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‘Transcendence’ This thriller, in which a dying man (Johnny Depp) uploads himself into a computer, is being disparaged as a rip-off of “The Lawnmower Man.” But it sounds like an awesome film about the fear of death.

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‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Last seen not quite saving New York City from leveling, the unfrozen WWII warrior gets his second solo feature.

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We walk because… The faces and stories behind The Walk for Hunger Each Walker, Volunteer, and Sponsor that makes up the crowd has their own unique reason for being a part of the Walk. Some care about a particular program, like the Chefs in Schools Initiative which makes school food healthy and tasty. Others have had a difference made in their lives by the work Project Bread does, many through the FoodSource

Hotline which takes 46,000 calls each year from those in need. Some feel compelled to speak for those who aren’t being heard, and others want to help change the conversation about hunger. Hunger is a complex problem and the thousands of Walkers who participate on Sunday, May 4, recognize that there are multiple solutions.

I walk because everyone deserves to eat farm-fresh, healthy food.

We walk because Project Bread helps families get the food they need.

“What Project Bread does might not be something you need or that helps you, but it helps others— and you never know when things might change for you, either,” says Clement Thompson, the field supervisor at Farmer Dave’s in Dracut. “You can help a lot of people who just want to do good.” Project Bread is proud to support the CSA program at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, where local families can use their SNAP cards to purchase fresh fruit and vegetables from Farmer Dave’s.

Students and teens are a huge part of the Walk for Hunger community: they raise money and volunteer to make a big difference each year. “I volunteered—I like to do stuff to help, and I just loved the whole experience. It was great to know I was helping people do the Walk, and still contributing to ending hunger myself, too,” says Ava. The Walk needs 2,000 Volunteers like Ava to make the Walk a safe and fun event.

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Tinder hacks from a master Tinder ninja. James Hawver says he gets about 50 matches a day on Tinder. James Hawver, 29, is an online dating master on both OkCupid (he was profiled in New York Magazine for having one of the most popular OkCupid profiles) and on Tinder. What qualifies him as a Tinder ninja? Well, Hawver says he gets 50 matches a day. “I literally delete 96 to 97 percent of the matches,” he admits. The Manhattan-based real estate agent gave us his tips on putting your best Tinder foot forward:

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“Like” a lot of things on Facebook. Hawver says liking a lot of pages on Facebook increases the number of talking points and common interests you have with other Tinder users. “I like restaurants, I like authors, I like publications.

a big fan of emoticons before I started online dating, but I read somewhere that they’re a good thing to use because when you text or email, a lot of the time tone is hard to convey,” he says. “After reading that piece of advice I started using more smiley and winky face emoticons to convey a more friendly, possibly flirtatious tone.” In general, Hawver says to keep messages interesting but not overly flirtatious.

3 Swipe right: James Hawver is burning up Tinder. / PROVIDED

I like a lot of stuff on Facebook, and the way that Tinder displays mutual interests with people you match with is pretty cool,” says Hawver. “You can tell very easily what sorts of things you have in common with someone versus if you’re

on OkCupid, where they would have to list an interest that they have.”

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Use emoticons and be playful in your messages. Hawver says emoticons lighten up communication. “I wasn’t

Mix it up with your photos. Make sure your photos reflect a full life. Some of Hawver’s suggestions include having photos of yourself in an outdoor setting, with friends, in casual clothes and also in formal wear. “Definitely include a full-body photo,” he says. “But no — absolutely no — shirtless photos.” He also cautions against mirror selfies and duck-lip pics. ANDREA PARK @andreapark andrea.park@metro.us

Do talk to strangers. Romance can blossom in unexpected places. When Carol Bloom Stevens traveled into Manhattan to meet a headhunter after graduating from college, she had no idea Cupid was gearing up to strike. Her future husband, Mark Stevens, was en route to see a client at the same time. Moments before their Yonkers train pulled into Grand Central Station, he broke the ice with a simple question: What time is the train going to arrive? They spoke briefly and, moments later, he got her digits. “I guess he wasn’t going to leave it up to fate whether or not he would see me again,” she recalls. Three months later, they were engaged — and three months after that, they walked down the aisle.

The two celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary next January and they have two sons, now in their 30s; it’s proof that everlasting love can strike anywhere and at any time. Marina Margulis, CEO and founder of New York Socials, says that now is the ideal time to break the pattern of missed connections. Instead of being shy, channel that boldness like Mark did in June of 1974. “Remember, fear is temporary,” says Margulis. “Regret lasts forever.” (And then it lives online at Missed Connections on Craigslist.) Margulis’ icebreaker advice: If you don’t have a natural gift of gab, prepare a conversationstarter that won’t sound stale

Carpe diem

Seize the date

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Log off and look around. Don’t look down at your phone 24/7.

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Ask a question. Turn around in line at the lunch spot and ask someone cute if he or she

has eaten there before.

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Close the deal. Just pull out your business card and say, “I enjoyed talking to you, and I would love to continue the conversation.”

and won’t elicit one-word answers. And practice! “The easiest way to start is at a bar. Talk to bartenders,” she advises. Ask how long they’ve worked there and what it takes to become a bartender. From there, you can turn to the people next to you. As for where to find love, it’s anywhere from the Green Line to the 88 bus, from the Common to The Kells. VICKI SALEMI

Carol Bloom Stevens and her husband, Mark, met by chance while riding a train — and they’ve been married 40 years! If they can do it, so can you. / PROVIDED

Tip 4

No left swipes “I pretty much swipe right to everyone,” says Hawver. “The only thing I sort of pay attention to while I swipe right pretty fast is if I have a Facebook friend in common with the person. Then I’ll stop and see who our mutual friend is. I don’t want to swipe right to just anyone who I have a Facebook friend in common with in case I don’t really want to chat with that person.” Hawver says swiping right is easier than being selective: “I at least know that the majority of the people I’m matching with are willing to talk to me so I can decide yes or no pretty quickly. ... I don’t want to take the time to look back and forth and figure out if I want to talk to someone if there’s no chance of the person responding to me.”

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Don’t just say “hey.” Hawver says standard greetings such as “Hey” or “Hey. What’s up?” are boring. “Don’t be boring,” he says. “Be interesting. If you match with somebody that you want to talk to, take a look at the interests you have in common and start a conversation based on common interests. ... Comment on an activity they’re doing in their photos. Nothing wild or crazy.” Another tip for guys? Hawver says never write anything sexual: “You’ll probably get blocked right away.”


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A SOUND YOU CAN’T PUT IN A CAGE

Matt Shultz, second from left, says the band will not be rocking “Skatetown USA” looks permanently. / COLIN LANE

Cage the Elephant. Singer Matt Shultz talks “Melophobia,” Swazye and dabbling in disco. Matt Shultz tells us he’s somewhere in California, a statement that’s evocative, he then thinks, of a movie title: “A movie from 1993,” he concludes. His band, Cage the Elephant, is on tour, which kicked If you go

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off at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival earlier this month. The singer mulls over the fantasy film for a moment and thinks the alternative rocksoaked soundtrack would be very cool. An entirely very different musical era influenced the fun video for Cage the Elephant’s latest single, “Take it or Leave It.” The sultry Latininfluenced pop song — taken from last fall’s “Melophobia” album — is the backing music for a late 1970s roller disco. “I was watching ‘American Hustle’ with my wife and we were amazed at the clothes,” says Shultz. “Those polyester suits and shiny silk shirts. And Brown ---- everyone is wearing brown.” “What were they thinking?” we marvel. Still, the band decided it was the perfect setup for the video, which features actress/singer Juliette Lewis, an old friend the band met when they were living in London some years ago. “I did a little research and found the roller disco movie

‘Skatetown USA,’ Patrick Swayze’s first movie. I thought. ‘That’s it, that’s the look!’” Shultz adds. Disco is also far-removed from the classic rock influences Cage the Elephant grew up on in Kentucky. “Melophobia,” a title which means fear of music, sees the band expanding its sound with a patchwork of pop, garage rock, glitter rock and, yes, maybe a touch of disco. Just a touch. According to Schultz, though the band has grown into itself, Cage the Elephant has not yet found a signature sound. Fearless when it comes to music, Schultz hopes they never do. “I hope we never get comfortable with a particular sound and stay there,” he says. “I’d say we’re comfortable with the process, but as far as a sound, I hope that keeps changing with each album.” LINDA LABAN @MetroBOS linda.laban@metro.us

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2014 Rock ‘n’ Roll Rumble Finals Friday, 9:30 p.m. T.T. the Bear’s 10 Brookline St., Cambridge $12, 617-492-BEAR www.ttthebears.com Out of more than 30 bands who entered this year’s contest — the 35th annual, by the way — there are only three still standing. Petty Morals

and Goddamn Draculas won their respective nights, and Await Rescue did exactly that (awaited rescue, get it?) and became the wildcard band after the final scores were tallied. As the judges deliberate who the best contemporary band in Boston is on Friday, spectators will get a blast from the past courtesy of The Information, who participated in the 25th annual Rumble. METRO

Slint Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Paradise, 967 Commonwealth Ave. Early heroes of college-radio rock, Slint formed in 1986 in Louisville, KY, and broke up not long after finishing their seminal 1990 album, “Spiderland.” Sporadic reunions began in 2005, and a documentary about the band, “Breadcrumb Trail,” came out recently. Slint return to “Spiderland.” / GETTY IMAGES

a silk shirt open to his belly button anytime soon: “No, no way,” he says. “It was fun to play the backing band and watch the amazing dancers do their thing. But it was a strange-looking time.”


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REVAMPED AUDUBON IS BACK IN ACTION Having been a longtime fan of Trina’s Starlite Lounge in Inman Square, one of my only complaints about the place is that there’s only one location. The rebranding of Audubon Boston, just outside of Kenmore Square, doesn’t entirely remedy that, but since it’s from the same operating team, it will have to do. The owners of Trina’s recently took over the space formerly known as Audubon Circle, and although it won’t have the same neo-dive feel, they plan to transform it into the type of neighborhood spot with the tricked-out comfort food, craft beer and cocktails that they’re well-known for. They already know the space well; in fact, it’s where two of the co-owners, Beau Sturm and J Bellao, met while working together years ago. “I was 20 and I got hired here by Beau,” Bellao says. “He was the general manager, and he hired me as a bar back, washing dishes and working the door, and one thing lead to another. I just loved it here. ... The area is wonderful, and the neighborhood is up-and-coming. We’re trying to institute the same kind of neighborhood, everybody’swelcome vibe we have over at Starlite, just in another neighborhood.” In part, that means carry-

Have a tasty cocktail at Audubon Boston (838 Beacon St.). DEREK KOUYOUMJIAN

ing over chef Suzi Maitland’s menu, but giving it room to breathe. “Suzi is one of the most ttalented chefs I know,” he adds. “Getkno ting her out from ti behind the ‘dog of b tthe day’ and threetto-four hamburgeers menu, she can branch out and do br some really fun stuff. som wanted to do someWe wa thing different, not necessarily Southern food. And we wanted to let people be social so there are a lot of shared plates.” For the cocktail offerings, they’ve begun with a short list of classics, but as they’ve kept most of their experienced staff,

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www.metro.us Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Taurus | April 21-May 21. Don’t get drawn into any arguments. Even though things may not work out as planned, you should accept the changes happening around you. Compromise will lead to victory. Gemini | May 22-June 20. You are on an upward trend right now, so enjoy the ride. If you take advantage of your wealth of experience, nothing will hold you back. Cancer | June 21-July 22. Mull over an investment, but don’t wait until it’s too late to make your move. Be prepared to make the choice that is most likely to benefit both you and your family. Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Your goals and lifestyle need a little adjustment. Be receptive to new ideas, and make a change if you want to feel better about the direction in which you are heading. Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Your leadership qualities will help you gain control. You will attract individuals who want to support your plans. Much can be accomplished if you take action. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. You can gain valuable insight if you include youngsters or seniors in your plans. Opt for a creative outlet that will let you use your teaching skills.

Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Don’t feel overwhelmed by your long list of chores or responsibilities. Negative thinking will only slow you down. Take the tasks one at a time.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. You should consider ditching your regular routine in favor of something different. A day trip will spark new concerns as well as a solution. Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Your curiosity and adaptability will lead to favorable changes in your life. Head in a new direction, and you will be applauded for your innovative and inspirational ideas. Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb. 18. You will be respected for your opinions and insight if you have the courage to speak out. Your clarity and vision will draw attention and improvements. Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Take a moment to adjust to the necessities of a demanding situation. A small respite from daunting responsibilities will help recharge your batteries as well as encourage innovative solutions. Aries | March 21-April 20. Get involved in a cause and interact with interesting people. You will fare best with a serious-minded group striving to implement positive social change. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

Spelling puts the writing on the wall

rassment or suffering in silence because most people in society expect you to suck it up and at the same time laugh at your situation?

of hearing about her and the other losers in Hollywood life. MADELINE JONES-JENKINS, VIA EMAIL

Kids learn from observation, not special toys

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Re: ‘Tori Spelling is milking this whole affair thing’ (Metro, April 23) So in order not to be a “fame-hungry bloodsucker who will sell a devastating event from [her life] to the highest bidder,” Tori Spelling should suffer in silence? Consider having no outlet to release the embarrassment and the humiliation like most of us do. What’s worse: Releasing the embar-

I read Metro every day. I have to make a comment about Tori Spelling. She took Dean from his wife, so what goes around, comes around. It’s called karma. Why did she think that with her ugly self and no talent that he wouldn’t cheat on her? People wonder why bad things happen to them and their loved ones. She deserves what she is getting. I’m tired

Re: ‘Parenting without stereotypes’ (Metro, April 22) There’s no such thing as a “gender-neutral” upbringing. Behavior is learned mostly by example. The different personalities and interests of mom and dad inevitably shape

the gender-role perceptions of their children — regardless of what toys or sermons the kids are given. Don’t misunderstand me: This is not an argument for reinventing your personality, just to set an example for your kids. The best example you can set is to be comfortable with who you are and respectful of others who are different. Kids pick up on that. KIM DE RIEL, VIA EMAIL

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Bruins greedy for another day of domination NHL. The B’s seem to be in full control of their series with Detroit, despite only being up one game. Boston’s 3-0 shutout of Detroit in Game 3 on Tuesday was a near-perfect road victory in the NHL playoffs. The Bruins used timely scoring, outstanding team defense and goaltending by Tuukka Rask (23 saves in his fourth career postseason shutout) to take a 2-1 series lead over the Red Wings. They regained the home-ice advantage that they lost in Game 1 and picked up their second-straight win while setting up a vital Game 4 on Thursday (8 p.m., NESN). So far in the series, Boston has outscored Detroit, 7-2, including a 7-1 mark over Games 2 and 3. Rask will get the lion’s share of the credit, not a stunning thing for a player that should win the Vezina Trophy. But hockey is a team game, and when Boston is playing well, it gets contributions from everyone.

In a groove Game 4 of the Bruins-Red Wings series is Thursday (8 p.m., NESN) in Detroit: •

The Red Wings had just 24 shots on goal in Game 1 and just 23 in Game 3.

All seven of Boston’s goals have been scored by different players and four of them were the first of that particular player’s postseason career.

Justin Florek, Reilly Smith, Dougie Hamilton and Jordan Caron have each scored their first playoff goal in this series.

“That’s part of our defensive game,” said Bruins head coach Claude Julien. “We have a lot of trust in each other and guys aren’t afraid to block shots. To be good defensively, you have to have a team commitment.” Rask has been the single most dominant player in the first three games as the Red Wings have only scored on him twice. Once, he was

screened on Pavel Datsyuk’s shot, and the other came off of Luke Glendening’s body. Rask didn’t have to do too much heavy lifting in Game 3, except for a highlight-reel stop on Justin Abdelkader in the third period when Detroit was trying to cut it to 2-1. He’s stopped 82-of-84 shots for an absurd goals against average of 0.67. Offensively, the Bruins have been getting superb efforts from their younger players. Remarkably, Jarome Iginla, Brad Marchand, David Krejci and Loui Eriksson — among others — have yet to find the back of the net for Boston. That has to be scary for the Red Wings since you know that won’t hold for much longer. Finally, the B’s have extra incentive to eliminate Detroit as fast as possible since Montreal swept Tampa Bay on Tuesday and now the Canadiens await the winner of Boston-Detroit. The soonest this series could end is Saturday and the latest would be a Game 7 next Wednesday. RICH SLATE @RichSlate

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MLB. Sox and Yankees meet once more before two-month rivalry hiatus

CC Sabathia gets the ball for New York Thursday. / GETTY IMAGES

The next time the Red Sox and Yankees meet after Thursday night will be a week before the Fourth of July. The next time the Yankees will play ball on Yawkey Way will be in early August. Needless to say, both teams want to get in one parting shot before the true shape of the 2014 season forms. In the series finale at Fenway Thursday, the Yankees will send CC Sabathia (2-2, 5.19 ERA) to the mound to square off against Sox hurler Felix Doubront (1-2, 5.48 ERA). Doubront took the loss

in the Sunday night game at Yankee Stadium 11 days ago, a game in which Sox manager John Farrell was ejected for arguing against a replay ruling. It was a tough loss to take for Doubront, who pitched relatively well, going 6 2/3 innings and allowing three earned runs on seven hits. Sabathia has struggled in the early going of this season and took a loss to the Red Sox in the Bronx on April 11. Jonny Gomes and Grady Sizemore both homered off of Sabathia in the 4-2 Boston win on a Friday night. MATT BURKE

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