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Police seek help ID-ing body Clothing. Investigators on Monday released photograhs of jeans and boxer shorts worn by a man whose body was discoverd on Revere Beach last week. Need info. The man’s ethnicity and age are also unknown. Share it. Authorities hope the information will reach his loved ones through social media. PAGE 02

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Breaking the sound bear-ier Students at the Richard J. Murphy School in Dorchester held a pep rally for the Bruins on Monday, featuring Bruins Mascot BLADES and the Ice Girls. The B’s are hoping to take the lead in Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Canadiens tonight in Montreal. The best of seven series is tied 1-1. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Man accused of ‘surfing’ on top of commuter train A man was spotted allegedly “surfing” on top of a commuter train while wearing a sombrero and a poncho Saturday night, Transit Police said.

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The 28-year-old Worcester man, who appeared intoxicated, said he had been at a pub crawl in Boston. Transit police said his body was half over the top of a ladder, “like a child clinging over a shopping cart.” His name will not be released until he is summonsed to court. GLOBE

Fight outside Cambridge eatery ends in stabbing A Medford man was arrested for allegedly stabbing two people during a fight outside a Cambridge restaurant over the weekend. Police were called to Mos-

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ka in Central Square at about 1:45 a.m. Saturday. Police found two people fighting as a crowd of about 100 people watched. When officers broke up that fight, another one involving three men broke out. It ended with two men suffering non-life-threatening stab wounds to the back and hand. METRO

Revere Beach body still without ID, cops seek help Look familiar? Authorities released pictures of the man’s clothes with the hope that someone will recognize them.

Investigators are hoping these American Eagle jeans and boxers with a Volkswagen Beetle on them will help lead them to the man’s identity. / SUFFOLK DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE Gruesome find

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Authorities are asking for help in their attempt to identify a man whose body washed up recently on Revere Beach and have released pictures of some of the clothes the man was wearing. Investigators on Monday released photos of the man’s pants and boxer shorts, hoping someone will be able to recognize the unique aspects of them. A passerby found the remains washed ashore on April 30.

Identity sought in mysterious death Last Wednesday, at about 11:30 a.m., a passerby on Revere Beach noticed something in the water just at the shoreline. It turned out to be the remains of an adult man. Authorities have said there was no identifying information on the person and that an exact age and ethnicity could

not be determined because of the condition of the remains. Investigators are trying to locate the man’s family or friends and are reviewing missing persons reports. They have also notified law enforcement agencies across the state with the hope of identifying the deceased person. Anyone with information can call 617-727-8817.

“The conditions of the remains has thus far hindered investigators’ efforts to identify the man or determine his ethnicity,” the Suffolk district attorney’s office said in a statement. A forensic investigation has so far revealed that the man was between 20 and 40 years old and likely on the younger end of that range. A Kryptonite bicycle lock key was found in the man’s jeans. The jeans were American Eagle brand blue jeans with a 30-inch waist, cinched with a

black, braided leather belt. Additionally, the man was wearing boxer shorts with the image of a Volkswagen Beetle on them. The cause and manner of death are still under investigation. “Somewhere, there may be a mother, father, son or daughter suffering the worst kind of uncertainty,” said Suffolk District Attorney Dan Conley in a statement. “If we can identify this man, we can at least put an end to that waiting and worrying and allow them some closure. Even if members of the public don’t have specific information, they can share these details online and, perhaps, help us reach the loved ones who need to know.” MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

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A Boston police officer was hurt Monday morning in a motorcycle crash in Dorchester. The officer, who was not identified, was taken to Brigham and Women’s Hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening. There was no word on what caused the crash, which happened at the intersection of Columbia Road and Glendale Street around 9:15 a.m. The crash reportedly involved a silver sedan. Part of Columbia Road was blocked off as police investigated. Channel 7 reported that the officer was escorting a priest

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to Logan International Airport at the time of the accident, and that the officer collided with the priest’s car, but police would not confirm that. There was no update on the officer’s condition as of press time. No other injuries were reported. METRO


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SJC to decide fate of casino repeal Waiting game. The state’s highest court isn’t expected to rule for months. The effort to repeal the state’s expanded gambling law is now in the hands of the state’s highest court. Lawyers for the casino repeal effort and the state argued before the state Supreme Judicial Court on Monday in an attempt to persuade the justices on whether voters can decide to repeal the expanded gaming law. Members of the repeal effort have sued Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office after the agency rejected their ballot initiative to have the voters decide in November whether

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to overturn the state’s 2011 expanded gaming law. Justices questioned Attorney Thomas Bean, a lawyer for the repeal effort, as to whether they should consider the proposed ballot question even after the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has already awarded a slots parlor license. “So a five-year exclusive license that has already been awarded after a thorough process as outlined by the legislature, at great cost to the applicant, can simply be taken away with a big ‘never mind,’” asked Justice Robert Cordy. “Yes,” Bean replied. In a brief filed before Monday’s oral arguments, state Solicitor Peter Sacks, representing the attorney general’s office, wrote that the proposed ballot question and law could not be certified because it takes pri-

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Rape. Medford PD says woman made false claim Medford police are trying to locate a woman who claimed to them that she was raped, prompting them to arrest a man only to release him later after a follow-up investigation cleared him of the crime. Police want to charge the woman with filing a false report. Police recently posted surveillance photos of her online in an attempt to identify her. Anyone with information can call 781-391-6767. METRO

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Boston Calling Block Parties series to kick off in Dewey Square Free music. Music lovers can look forward to a weekly dose of cold beer and live local tunes. The Boston Calling Block Parties series is set to kick off Thursday at Dewey Square in the Rose Kennedy Greenway, organizers announced Monday in a Facebook post. This is the first year the free weekly series will take place in Dewey Square; the parties were previously held on Summer Street in Downtown Crossing. According to organizers, the outdoor events will include music by local bands, cold beer, food trucks, a farmers market, “green grass [and]

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good times.” Boston-based club band The Swinging Johnsons will open the series, and the summer lineup will be gradually unveiled at Bostoncalling.com. Brian Appel of Crashline Productions said that organizers decided to move the series due to Summer Street construction, and Dewey Square

offers a lot of space. “Bands will be varied: everything from cover bands, reggae bands, indie bands, etc. We are open to submissions as well from local bands via our Facebook page,” Appel said in an email. The Thursday night concerts run from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. through Sept. 25, weather permitting. The concerts are open to the public, but guests must be at least 21 to attend. The concert series coincides with Boston Calling’s spring and fall three-day music festivals, which will take place May 23 through May 25, and Sept. 5 through Sept. 7 on City Hall Plaza. MORGAN ROUSSEAU @MetroMorgan

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RI circus collapse probe focusing on clamp: Official Accident. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the cause of the collapse. Investigators probing the collapse of a rigging at a Providence, Rhode Island, circus that badly injured nine performers and stunned the audience were focused on Monday on a clamp that snapped, a city official said. Eight acrobats remained hospitalized, two in critical condition, following the Sunday incident, when the rig holding them hanging by their hair collapsed in front of an audience of about 3,900 people,

including young children. “We have identified the clamp [holding them to the rafters] that snapped and failed,” Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare told WPRO-AM radio in Providence on Monday. Pare could not be reached immediately to elaborate. But officials from Feld Entertainment, which owns the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, said it was too soon identify the cause of the collapse. “The comments by the commissioner in Providence are premature at this point,” circus spokesman Stephen Payne said. “We hope to release more information at the conclusion of the investigation into what caused the accident.”

In addition to the two performers in critical condition, three were in serious condition and three others in good condition, according to a spokeswoman for Rhode Island Hospital, where the acrobats were brought after the collapse. Another performer was treated and released on Sunday. Some of the injuries the performers suffered were severe, “but none appear to be life-threatening at this time,” Payne said in an email. REUTERS Fall

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When Pretty McPrettyboy Adam Levine tweeted out the photo on the left of his new hairstyle (along with his pillow-lipped fiancee, Behati Prinsloo) on Saturday, everyone got pretty mad that he would go ahead and ruin that pretty face of his. So mad that “Adam Levine” started trending. However, the Maroon 5 singer took it all in stride. “I hope people

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Just 10 years ago, Nasty Gal CEO Sophia Amoruso was dumpster diving, shoplifting, hitchhiking and drifting from job to job. Now, she is the CEO of a $100 million retail business and author of “#GIRLBOSS,” an honest account of her unconventional career path. Your book couldn’t be more different from “Lean In.” If it’s a man’s world, who cares? It’s kind of like, “Yes, lean in, but you don’t need to talk about it.” The energy you use talking about it, you could use to actually lean in. You don’t give steps or a plan to readers on how to be successful. Why is that? I just want people to learn from my experiences. You can learn from other people’s successes and failures. Do you have any tips for young women who don’t know what they want to do yet? You just have to keep trying things. I thought I was going to be a photographer. Had I tried to control that too much and said, “Screw this eBay thing,” I don’t know if I would have fulfilled any level of a dream. Do you think it was to your advantage that you never had many mentors? There’s a lot to learn from

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Get her advice in person Brown will join celebrities such as Laura Bush, Whoopi Goldberg and Jay Leno this weekend at the biannual Life@50+ National Event & Expo at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. On Saturday, she will talk about the new AARP Travel Experience and give advice about places to see, trip ideas and, of course, travel tips. Admission for AARP members is $25 and $35 for nonmembers. The entry fee covers all three days of workshops, which also feature sessions on service, lifestyle and more. Visit www.aarp.org/ events or call 1-800650-6839 for more information.

Explore. The American way of overscheduling won’t fly overseas. Forget everything you’ve read about planning a European trip: It’s not practical to cram every museum and landmark into your weeklong vacation. It’s better to have a routine and only hit two big things a day, suggests The Travel Channel’s Samantha Brown. “Always overprepare,” Brown says, “but never overschedule.” Sure, you should hit famous European museums — such as The Louvre in Paris and London’s British Museum — but “don’t spend all your time in the past,” Brown says. “You’re there to enjoy what’s happening now,” she says. “It’s perfectly accept-

able to spend an hour in the Louvre. Waiting in line is not the French experience.” Also, curb Instagramming every aspect of your trip, she advises, and slow down. “Let your own sense of discovery take you places,” Brown adds. “Sit down at a cafe because you want to be there.” And take an hour or so to walk the neighborhoods each day. Have a glass of wine at a cafe you just stumble upon. It’s important to not only feel like you’re on vacation, but to feel like you belong.

Book smart Start researching your trip about six months out and book it a month after that, Brown suggests. Set up alerts on fare changes through travel websites. Book a red-eye flight; you can get that first night’s

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point. Now you’re in reality; that’s going to change a lot. You can still be spontaneous with your research.”

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Make sure you pack for the weather, but don’t go overboard. Comfortable shoes and layers are a must, but Brown advises against dressing like a tourist. “You can wear sneakers, you can wear jeans — just not at the same time.”

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London: Stop by cabmen’s huts when in England. They are small green huts that cab drivers used to stop at, park their cabs and get something to eat and drink. “It’s a slice of

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Taurus | April 21-May 21. Your plans may not conform to what family members have in mind. Keep to yourself and don’t waste energy trying to convince others of your ideas.

Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Someone will get the wrong idea if you appear to be wasting time. Keep busy and resist the urge to put off things that should be completed today.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Take advantage of any chance you get to draw an audience. You can make great progress by promoting what you have to offer. Speak your mind.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Travel and educational activities will bring you the highest return. Your adventurous mood will lead to new discoveries, connections and direction. Embrace the future.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Your health may become troublesome today. Be vigilant so that minor ailments don’t worsen. Financial dealings will prove profitable. Take care of personal paperwork. Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Avoid being overbearing today. Show your friends that you have a sense of humor and can be a team player. People will find you more attractive if you’re congenial.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan. 20. Your patience and tolerance will be lacking today. Before you blurt out something hurtful, consider being on the receiving end of your intended comment. Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb. 18. Meet-and-greet events will lead to new friendships and opportunities. Don’t move too quickly. Savor the moment and build on solid ground. Strive for equality.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Be aware of your surroundings and keep your defenses up. Protect your valuables and be prudent with regard to handouts. A jealous colleague will try to undermine you.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Focus on finishing what you start. Proof that you have what it takes to be successful will be directly linked to accomplishing what you promise.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. It’s unfortunate, but you cannot always protect the ones you love. Offer them your support, be a sounding board and give positive suggestions, but don’t try to take over their lives.

Aries | March 21-April 20. You can accomplish anything you set your mind to if you stay focused. Embrace a challenge, and you will grab the attention of someone who can influence your future. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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on a blanket for Mother’s Day. Who in their right mind would spend $400 on a blanket, period? If that blanket isn’t cooking my food and cleaning my house, it costs $80 or less. (P.S. I understand benefiting female artisans in Rwanda and that’s great, but those earrings are not only too large for an elephant’s head, let alone a human’s, they are HIDEOUS. I would never, ever buy my mother something so ugly —not even for a good cause. I mean, I’d rather stick St. Jude’s free-with-donation labels on her ears, they’re much prettier.) JENN MATRONE, VIA EMAIL

Re: ‘For your mama dearest’ (Metro, May 1) I love my mother very much and I want to get her something nice for Mother’s Day to show her the appreciation I have for her bringing me into the world — but I’m not sure who would beat me in the head first, my mother, my father or myself, if I spend $400

Re: ‘Climate confusion’ (Metro, May 2) I would like to ask letter writer Adam Greenberg whether he believes a free press should decline to publish any dissenting viewpoints in the future? Then he would save us all the tiresome burden of debate and the exchange of ideas.

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Bruins must be better out of gate in Montreal NHL. The B’s have plenty of room for improvement in Game 3 on Tuesday. By virtue of losing Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals to Montreal, Boston guaranteed it will have to win at least one game at the Bell Centre if it wants to move on to the Eastern Conference Finals for the third time in four years. The Bruins get their first opportunity on Tuesday (7 p.m., NBCSN) in Game 3, with the series tied 1-1. There are a couple of key areas that Boston has to tighten up going forward as any team simply cannot rely on rallying from two-goal deficits in every contest; certainly against a quality opponent like the Canadiens. The obvious stat that jumps off the page through two games is that Montreal is 4-for-9 on the power play while Boston is 0-for-5. The Bruins always seem to struggle on special teams vs. Montreal and the Canadiens conversely excel in that regard. Canadiens star defenseman P.K. Subban is the quarterback of their power play, as proven by his two goals in Game 1 and two assists in Game 2, all on the man advantage. “That’s where we have to

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get better, we have to take away that shooting lane,” Bruins head coach Claude Julien said of Subban’s shot. Finally, it’s important for the B’s to get off to a good start in the first two periods in Game 3. In Game 1, they trailed 2-0 heading into the third before outscoring the

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NHL. Bruins goaltender Rask welcomes firstborn child prior to Game 3 Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask is a busy man these days. Before heading to Montreal to face the Canadiens in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, Rask was able to witness the birth of he and his girlfriend’s first child, a baby girl. The Bruins reportedly would have had a private

plane in Montreal available for Rask to return to Boston if the baby was born later this week. The Bruins did not say whether or not backup goaltender Chad Johnson would have gotten the call to start in net this week had Rask’s girlfriend given birth to the baby on a game day. Rask has a .939 save percentage this postseason. METRO


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Competing Styles Why was the Broncos-Seahawks matchup in Super Bowl XLVIII so interesting? Because it reminded us that substance beats flash. In this series, there’s a finesse team and a physical team. Watching these sports ethos play out is fascinating, and for Bruins fans, it’s gratifying to root for the team that prides itself on being the bully. It’s dirty and brash and delightful to watch all at once.

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STOREWIDE SAVINGS & VALUES NOW THROUGH MOTHER’S DAY, SUN, MAY 11

MOTHER’S DAY SALE

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JOIN OUR THANK-A-MOM MOVEMENT & MAKE A DIFFERENCE Now through Mother’s Day, say Thanks to the amazing moms in your life and we’ll donate $2, up to a total of $400,000, to your choice of 5 mom-approved charities*. Do it now—visit facebook.com/macys *American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women®, Futures Without Violence®, Make-A-Wish®, National Park Foundation, Reading Is Fundamental.

EXTRA 1O%-2O% OFF WHEN YOU USE YOUR MACY’S CARD OR PASS †Exclusions apply, see pass. SALE 59.99 SALE 30%-50% OFF 40% ALL** FINE JEWELRY 24.99 OFF TO 69.99 Plus extra 10% off selections. JUNIORS’ †

DRESSES

SLEEPWEAR

Reg. $69-$79. From Evan Picone, AGB and more. Misses & petites. For example:

MAXI DRESSES

Reg. $44. In a variety of prints and colors.

Reg. 29.50-59.50. Sale 17.70-35.70. From Hue, our Charter Club & Alfani, more.

40%50% OFF

SALE 9.99

30% TO 40% OFF

Reg. $59-$89. Sale 29.50-53.40. Only at Macy’s. Charter Club, Alfani, JM Collection & The Mixing Room. Misses, petites & women.

Reg. $13-$15. For boys’ 8-20: from Epic Threads & more. For girls’ 7-16: from Beautees, Belle Du Jour & more.

Reg. $20-$198. Sale $12-138.60. Anne Klein, Nine West, our Giani Bernini & The Sak, more.

+ WebID 1369502.

SEPARATES & DRESSES

KIDS’ TEES

Shown: 1 ct. t.w.‡ Wrapped in Love diamond necklace (+ WebID 716636), earrings (+ 716638), bangle (+716639) or ring (+ 716637) in sterling silver. Reg. $1000. Your choice, final cost $499.

50% + EXTRA 10% OFF

SELECT HANDBAGS & WALLETS

Reg. $80-$400. Final cost $36-$180. All sterling silver jewelry by Kaleidoscope™ with Swarovski® elements. From left: + WebID 608969, + 796112 & + 1267627.

+ WebID 1216374.

SALE 299.99

ALL DESIGNER SUITS

SALE 29.99

SALE 54.99-69.99

20% OFF

Reg. $45-$49. Only at Macy’s. From Club Room & Alfani. + WebID

Reg. $59-$79. Jessica Simpson, Nine West, Anne Klein, our Alfani, more.

Reg. $199-$1100. Sale 159.20-$880. From left:

SPORTSHIRTS

From Lauren, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger. Reg. $650. Shown:

BULOVA, CITIZEN & SEIKO

SHOES & SANDALS

785668.

+ WebID 1152655, + 563581, + 1112364.

+ WebID 618068.

30% OFF

40%-50% OFF

WOW! PASS

KEURIG + BONUS

ALL SHEETS & SHEET SETS

EXTRA 2O OFF %

SALE 89.99 6-QT. CASSEROLE

Reg. 149.99. Only at Macy’s. By Martha Stewart Collection™ in enameled cast iron. + WebID 643436. 40% off all other sizes.

SELECT SALE & CLEARANCE APPAREL FOR HIM, HER & KIDS, PLUS FINE & FASHION JEWELRY & SELECT HOME ITEMS EXTRA 15% OFF ALL SALE & CLEARANCE COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, IMPULSE, INTIMATES, SWIM FOR HER; MEN’S SUIT SEPARATES & SPORTCOATS & SELECT SHOES EXTRA 10% OFF ALL SALE & CLEARANCE WATCHES & ELECTRICS/ELECTRONICS Excludes: Everyday Values (EDV), Doorbusters, Deals of the Day, furniture, mattresses, floor coverings, rugs, men’s store electronics, cosmetics/fragrances, athletic shoes for him, her & kids, Dallas Cowboys merchandise, gift cards, jewelry trunk shows, New Era, Nike on Field, previous purchases, special orders, selected licensed depts., special purchases, services. Exclusions may differ at macys.com. Cannot be combined with any savings pass/coupon, extra discount or credit offer except opening a new Macy’s account. EXTRA SAVINGS % APPLIED TO REDUCED PRICES. TEXT “CPN” TO 62297 TO GET COUPONS, SALES ALERTS & MORE! Max 3 msgs/wk. Msg & data rates may apply. By texting CPN from my mobile number, I agree to receive marketing text messages generated by an automated dialer from Macy’s to this number. I understand that consent is not required to make a purchase. Text STOP to 62297 to cancel. Text HELP to 62297 for help. Terms & conditions at macys.com/mobilehelp Privacy policy at macys.com/privacypolicy

VALID 5/6-5/8/2014

EXTRA SAVINGS ON ALL SALE & CLEARANCE APPAREL (EXCEPT SPECIALS & SUPER BUYS)

Reg. 149.99-329.99. Sale 99.99-229.99. From left: Elite, #K45 (+ WebID 786173) and Special Edition, #K65 (+ 786181). Bonus storage drawer, a 24.99 value.

Only at Macy’s. By Charter Club and Martha Stewart Collection™ in solid colors and prints. Cotton. Twin-king. Reg. $26-$285. Sale 12.99-169.99. + WebID 340591.

50% OFF

ALL† PILLOWS & COMFORTERS

Reg. $20-$1160. Sale 9.99-579.99. By our Martha Stewart Collection™, Charter Club, Hotel Collection®, more. + WebID 139388.

Fine jewelry available at stores that carry fine jewelry. REG. PRICES ARE OFFERING PRICES AND SAVINGS MAY NOT BE BASED ON ACTUAL SALES. MOTHER’S DAY SALE PRICES IN EFFECT NOW-5/11/2014. ‡All carat weights (ct. t.w.) are approximate; variance may be .05 carat. Photos may be enlarged or enhanced to show detail. Fine jewelry at select stores; log on to macys.com for locations. Almost all gemstones have been treated to enhance their beauty and require special care, log on to macys.com/ gemstones or ask your sales professional. Savings off reg. prices. **Does not include watches, designer collections, fashion jewelry or diamond engagement rings. Extra savings are taken off sale prices; “final cost” shows price after extra savings; does not apply to Everyday Values, super buys, Doorbusters/specials or trunk shows. †Excludes specials, closeouts, clearance and decorative pillows. Advertised merchandise may not be carried at your local Macy’s and selection may vary by store. Prices and merchandise may differ at macys.com. Electrics shown carry mfrs’ warranties; to see a mfr’s warranty at no charge before purchasing, visit a store or write to: Macy’s Warranty Dept., PO Box 1026, Maryland Heights, MO 63043, attn: Consumer Warranties. N4040447 OPEN A MACY’S ACCOUNT FOR EXTRA 20% SAVINGS THE FIRST 2 DAYS, UP TO $100, WITH MORE REWARDS TO COME. Macy’s credit card is available subject to credit approval; new account savings valid the day your account is opened and the next day; excludes services, selected licensed departments, gift cards, restaurants, gourmet food & wine. The new account savings are limited to a total of $100; application must qualify for immediate approval to receive extra savings; employees not eligible.

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FREE ONLINE SHIPPING AT MACYS.COM + EXTRA 1O%-2O% OFF! FREE SHIPPING WITH $99 PURCHASE. USE PROMO CODE: GIFT FOR EXTRA SAVINGS; OFFER VALID 5/6-5/8/2014. EXCLUSIONS APPLY; SEE MACYS.COM FOR DETAILS.


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