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Deja vu as planes clip wings near Logan gate Under scrutiny. The FAA is investigating how one plane damaged another as it backed out of the gate on Monday. Repeat wreck. A similar incident happened in 2011 when a Delta jet preparing to take off at Logan struck the tail of a smaller jet PAGE 05



Not happy with the stuff in your life? Ryan Nicodemus, left, and Joshua Fields Millburn, better known as “The Minimalists,” will be in Boston this week to share how they gave their lifestyles a lift. / ADAM DRESSLER


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‘Minimalists’ to bring lifestyle notes to Hub

Governor’s race

Poll: Baker narrows gap on Coakley in GOP primary governor race A new poll shows that Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker has narrowed the lead of the Democratic front-runner. The results of a statewide poll by Suffolk University were released on Monday. Baker, who trailed Attorney General Martha Coakley by 13 points in February, is now 7 percent behind in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup, according to the poll results. Of the 800 voters surveyed, 36 percent said they would vote for Coakley while 29 percent chose Baker. About 27 percent of those surveyed were undecided. METRO

Micro-Hub. A pair of minimalists will speak this week about their lifestyle change. Space in Boston is at a premium and with micro-apartments and a micro-hotel being eyed for the Hub, minimalist living may be a lesson Bostonians are going to quickly learn. But learning to live with the bare essentials is more than getting rid of a collection of old Red Sox hats, unused cookbooks and a pile of yellowing ticket stubs. It’s a mindset change, said minimalist Joshua Fields Millburn. “Ultimately minimalism isn’t about deprivation, but asking does this thing add value to your life,” he said. “It goes beyond the stuff and spills into other areas like my relationships and my health and pursuing things I’m passionate about.” Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, both 32, call themselves “The Minimalists.” The childhood best friends from Ohio were in their late 20s, had homes, cars and jobs with a telecommunications company that earned them six-figure salaries when a few years ago they realized they weren’t happy, reassessed and switched to minimalist living. The two now live in apartments in Montana, have written two books about their change and are on a book tour that brings them to Boston for a talk on Wednesday. Millburn said he sees the minimalist lifestyle catching on, and not just because of the interest in smaller living


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Ryan Nicodemus, left, and Joshua Fields Millburn, better known as “The Minimalists” will speak at the Metro Meeting Center in Downtown at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. / ADAM DRESSLER Want info? Visit www.theminimalists. com/tour for information about Wednesday’s talk.


“Now everything that I own serves a purpose that brings me joy and everything else is out of the way.” Millburn

spaces. He said the sharing economy and technology make it easier for those interested in the lifestyle change. “We’re looking for ways to live a more meaningful life and quite often it’s about having access to … things rather than ownership,” he said. “The whole sharing economy, it’s becoming easier than ever because of technology.” While he’s gotten rid of TV and Internet at home, Millburn still has a cell phone and a Toyota. He said living minimally is really about living deliberately.

Visit to read an excerpt of “Everything That Remains.” MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

Sit-in. Protesters demand MBTA youth pass, again

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Protestors carry signs in front of the MassDOT building on Monday. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Thirty teenagers and supporters staged a sit-in inside the MassDOT building Monday to demand a youth pass allowing 12- to 21-year-olds to buy a monthly MBTA pass for $10. The Youth Affordabili(T) Coalition said Transportation Secretary Richard Davey agreed in 2011 to pilot the

youth pass if the group found a way to fund the project. “We have, but we keep being asked to wait,” said Kenisha Allen of the YAC Leadership Team. The sit-in, which police said caused capacity issues, was meant to pressure Davey to make good on his word. METRO

Cops: Man stole gallons of peach vodka in smash-and-grab Police in Springfield said that officers are investigating a theft from a city liquor store in which a man stole gallons of peachflavored vodka. Officers were called to the Allen Street liquor store in the early morning hours of Sunday for a report of a breaking and entering. Police said a man smashed the store’s window and stole several gallons of New Amsterdam peach vodka. Officers searched the area with police dogs but could not find the man. They later found opened bottles of New Amsterdam peach alcohol in an abandoned house. Detectives are investigating. METRO



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Ailing teen pleads to go home The Connecticut teenager at the center of a custody battle between Massachusetts state officials and her family is speaking out publicly for the first time. “All I want is to be with my family and my friends back home right now,” said 16-yearold Justina Pelletier in the

The damage to the wing of the Southwest plane was visible on the tarmac Monday afternoon. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

Plane hits another on Logan strip Wing ding. The FAA is investigating after two jets made contact as one left the gate Monday. A Southwest Airlines jet backing away from a gate at Boston’s Logan International Airport clipped an empty, parked JetBlue Airways plane early Monday. An airport spokesman said the Kansas City-bound Boeing 737 was backing away from the gate around 7 a.m. when its left wingtip struck the right horizontal stabilizer of the stationary JetBlue Airbus 320 parked at Gate 11 at Terminal C. More than 100 passengers were on board the Southwest flight when it happened, though officials said there were no injuries and no impact to airport operations. Passengers were placed on other flights,

and the jet was taken out of service to be repaired and inspected. Flight 4552 passenger Marcia Mitchell Cardello told WBZ that the impact felt like “little bump.” “I was glad it happened on ground and not in flight,” Mitchell Cardello said. Aubin Dubois of Dallas told the radio station the collision made her feel like the plane got stuck. “I felt like we weren’t able to move,” Dubois said, adding that Southwest gave passengers a $200 voucher and asked for patience while officials assessed the damage. Damage to the Southwest jet’s wingtip was evident, however the JetBlue plane appeared unharmed. The Federal Aviation Administration said the incident is under investigation. MORGAN ROUSSEAU @MetroMorgan

Deja vu One passenger was injured in July 2011 when an Amsterdambound Delta jet preparing to take off at Logan struck a smaller jet, cutting through its tail. •

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video, released Monday. “You can do it. You’re the one that’s judging us. Please let me go home Judge [Joseph] Johnston and Governor [Deval] Patrick.” Pelletier was admitted to Boston Children’s Hospital 16 months ago to treat a rare illness. The hospital filed a “medical child abuse” complaint against Pelletier’s parents last year, leading a judge to grant

custody to the state. She was recently moved to a behavioral care facility near her home in Connecticut. Rev. Patrick Mahoney, spokesperson for the Pelletier family said, “Since the Pelletiers have completed the reunification plan and DCF has filed for dismissal of the case, there’s no reason why her release should be delayed one more day.” METRO




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US Olympic Committee meeting today in Boston In the running. The city is a possible host site of the 2024 Summer Games. The U.S. Olympic Committeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s board of directors is scheduled to meet in Boston today, adding to speculation that the city is a top contender to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The Boston Business Journal reports that Washington, San Diego, Los Angeles, Dallas and San Francisco are also on the list for consideration. New York and Philadelphia have withdrawn their candidacy. A committee spokesman told the BBJ â&#x20AC;&#x153;not to read too much into the locationâ&#x20AC;? of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s meeting. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He says this a standard quarterly board meeting, and the USOC tends to move them


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the 2024 Summer Olympics called the task a â&#x20AC;&#x153;monumentalâ&#x20AC;? one that should not be taken lightly. Boston and the region face some challenges related to venue locations for the Olympic

around the country a fair bit and have them hosted by board members,â&#x20AC;? the BBJ reported. The committee is expected to hone in on its top candidates for the 2024 Games by the end of June, and may select a U.S. location by 2015. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I want the Olympics in Boston because I think it would be good for the city. I think [it] will be bringing a lot of revenue from tourists in the future,â&#x20AC;? proponent Matthew Larkin said on the Boston 2024 Organizing Committeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Facebook page.


Stadium and Village, given limited space available in and near the city. Road and subway congestion issues must also be addressed, the commission said, but the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s limitations arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a deal breaker. Quoted

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The road to ‘Jen.’ From an early age, Jennifer Lydon knew she was a woman, though she was born male. There were dark days and bouts of feeling helpless. But with support from family, friends and co-workers, the Metro ad salesperson was able to open up about her transformation — and how she’s finally comfortable in the body she was born to be in. Brian Lydon’s leg bounced underneath his desk. He pulled on his pin-striped suit jacket and ran his fingers through his hair. “I want to thank everyone in advance for hanging out after the meeting to hear what I have to say,” he began. His hands started to shake. “I would like to share something of a personal nature with all of you. In fact, I now feel as though I need to.” On March 19, the 48-yearold Metro ad salesman would reveal his true self to colleagues at Metro Boston’s sister paper in Philadelphia at the end of a monthly staff meeting. In the glass-enclosed conference room overlooking Philadelphia’s City Hall, Lydon’s co-workers gathered to acknowledge birthdays, milestones and Employees of the Month. In an unusual aside, Metro’s HR director talked about workplace diversity, then asked Lydon if he wanted to say something. Lydon pointed: “Can you close the door?” “Look, I’m a little nervous,” Lydon said, his leg pumping like a jackhammer, as he unwrinkled a piece of paper. “So

Visit for video of Lydon talking about her journey, plus more stories and photos.

I’m just going to read this.” Heads swiveled: Was he quitting? Was it cancer? “Over the years some of you may have noticed how I always seem to shy away from social situations. I’ve been fighting a lifelong struggle — one that in the early 1970s was not even close to being understood.” Was he an alcoholic? Is this his 12th Step? “Well, approximately five years ago, after decades of guilt, suppression and substance abuse, I finally sought out the professional help I so desperately needed — and after being diagnosed with gender dysphoria, I finally accepted the fact that I am what is more commonly referred to as transgender.” There it was: The professional called Brian Lydon was only a mask. Outside of work, he was Jennifer. Brian was just a suit, but Jennifer was real. “My family accepts me,” Lydon went on to say. “My exwife is now my best friend, and I am currently in a long-term relationship. For the first time in my life, I can pretty much say that I am happy. We spend one-third of our lives at work. And personally, I can no longer play [a role]. I’m proud of who I am.” Lydon peered around the room. Some dabbed at their eyes, some brought a hand to Lydon’s shoulder. Applause broke the moment of silence. Metro Director of Finances Peter Handy stood: “That was extremely brave. That took a lot of intestinal fortitude to do. I could say another word, but I won’t.”

“I’m happier than I’ve ever been,” says Jennifer Lydon, as she poses in the lobby of Metro’s office building in Center City. ALL PHOTOS CHARLES MOSTOLLER, METRO

The last step of Lydon’s transformation was complete. Throughout her entire life, from now on, she would be known as Jennifer Lydon. “You look like a huge weight has been lifted off of your shoulders,” Handy added. Lydon threw up her hands: “Yeah, well, life’s too short to not be happy.”


“We spend one-third of our lives at work. And personally, I can no longer play [a role]. I have no doubt that if given the chance, a happier, healthier ME will not only find my place, but will also become an integral part of the team.” Lydon, in a speech to Metro co-workers

Finally ‘me’ The mailman slipped the Sept. 6, 1976, issue of Sports Illustrated through the mail slot. When 11-year-old Brian Lydon opened it to the full spread on Renee Richards, the transgender female tennis player who wanted to compete at Wimbledon, his eyes widened. “I had never seen anything like this,” Lydon said, looking back. When his siblings were in bed, Lydon read the magazine under a lamp. Back then, Lydon knew he was a Renee Richards.


“I remember seeing that and was like, ‘Oh, Oh, m my God. You can actually ctua change,’” Lydon n said. “And I wanted it. t. I wanted it.” Seeing Richards made Lydon aware that at he wasn’t the only nly one sneaking around, round, trying on his sister’s ter’s clothes. He wasn’t n’t the only one who preferred referred playing with Barbies. rbies. He wasn’t alone.

The first life Lydon put down her soda, cros crossed her legs and cracked her wris wrist. She knew she was female from a very young age, but tried to “b “beat it,” as she puts it. A At 21, Lydon went out to Calif California to escape, often taki taking rides out to Sunset Bou Boulevard. “I got scared because I wo wound up driving around in the m middle of the night looking at th the drag queens and wanted to jo join them.” At the time, there was n no Internet. There were n no support groups for


WHO I AM’ 4 The family

Lydon’s brother Michael Tittinger remembers taking a break from watching a Raiders game years ago to check messages on his phone. He came across an email from his brother. It started: “Michael, there is something I’ve been waiting to tell you.” Scanning through the email, he stopped on the word “transgender.” Ignoring questions from his wife, he got up from the couch, went to the back bedroom and read the rest of the message. He was the first in the family to know. Tittinger said he and Lydon are now closer than ever. “I may have lost my brother and gained a sister, but I still have a best friend.” The rest of Lydon’s Irish Catholic family was also

Lydon, left, with sales director Jennifer Clark, walks out of the Metro office in Center City before taking a sabbatical.

The kids

A sign reading “The way to get started is to stop talking and start doing” hangs in the sales department by Lydon’s desk.

Metro co-workers had one last drink with the person they knew as Brian Lydon in March, before Lydon’s sabbatical.

transgender men and women, Lydon recalled. So Lydon came back to Philly. “I’m glad, because if I would have come out then, I can almost be sure I’d be dead,” Lydon said. She brought her voice down to a whisper: “I hated what I was. And when you hate what you are, that’s not a good thing.” And then, Lydon met Debbie. “Debbie kind of saved my life.” The couple got together in their early 20s. Debbie already had two children — Amy and CJ —


from a previous relationship. Before they wed, Lydon told Debbie about her past wearing women’s clothes, and she slowly revealed more as their relationship grew. “I loved Debbie. She was my soul mate,” Lydon said. “I still love her.” The couple had two girls together — Vicky and Debbie — and settled in Montgomery County. A tattoo of a shamrock on Lydon’s right arm has two ribbons around it: “Debra and Brian.”

Lydon’s four kids, who are all adults now, gathered in the living room of the oldest daughter’s house in Northeast Philadelphia along with Lydon’s ex-wife and boyfriend, Tony. Tony and Lydon first went out on a date in September 2011. They’d met a month earlier at a karaoke night. Tony remembers Jennifer singing “Tiny Dancer.” This isn’t the first time he’s met Debbie; in fact, she joins the couple out together often. “We’re really close,” Debbie said of Lydon now. “We’ve changed a lot as far as, obviously, a relationship, but I love her. And I’ll tell you, I did not like Jen. I couldn’t’ stand her. I went to the therapist and said, ‘She’s a bitch. Jen killed my husband.’ But now it’s like, ‘Jen’s awesome.’” Lydon interrupts: “It was hard. But once I accepted who I was, it was like I couldn’t stop.” Their daughter, young

accepting of the news. They all met at the family home one day, and Lydon couldn’t hide the fact that something was up. Lydon’s mother broke the silence to ask what was happening. That’s when Lydon broke down. “I’m transgender, Mom,” Lydon told her. “I’ve been my whole life.” Lydon’s parents didn’t know what that meant. She recalls her mother asking if it was the same as being gay. Realizing how alone Lydon must have felt, her mother said, “I’m so sorry you had to go through this.” Lydon remembers feeling at that moment that her parents wanted to help her move forward. “I knew they would still love me,” she said. “But never in my dreams did I think it would have went so well.”


Debbie, says it’s funny: “People have mistaken Jen for my mother.” When Lydon came out, she was worried that her family would alienate her. “I thought I would never have a loving relationship with [my kids].” But she couldn’t have been more wrong. “I think it made us stronger, because now you can be yourself. Because you used to go in your room a lot, and now that you feel comfortable, it brought us together,” the younger Debbie said. “I would come home, drink beer, take a few Valium and try to numb everything,” Lydon said. “If I have one regret, it’s maybe that I would have done this earlier. But if I had done it earlier, I don’t think everything would have played out so well. And I wouldn’t have this beautiful family.”


“I’ll tell you, I did not like Jen. I couldn’t stand her. I went to the therapist and said, ‘She’s a bitch. Jen killed my husband.’ But now it’s like, Jen’s awesome.” Debbie, ex-wife

No looking back

Meeting Jen Lydon Jennifer Lydon sat at the bar and nursed a diet soda on a Friday afternoon in April, about a month after she came out to her Metro Philadelphia co-workers. She had taken several weeks of sabbatical to get things in order and to meet with clients who may be confused about the salesperson now in front of them. She pulled on her leather jacket and ran her hands through her long, wavy blonde hair. A bright smile stretched from ear to ear. “I’m crazy happy, happier than I’ve been,” she said. An “F” now appears on her driver’s license, her email address at work has changed and she was fingerprinted at the Quoted

“For the first time in my life, I can pretty much say that I am happy.” Lydon



police station. She’s officially “Jen.” “I’m excited to get back to work,” she said. She wore her makeup lightly — eye shadow and eyeliner. A cross hung from her necklace, and a yin/yang bracelet dangled off her wrist. “I’m actually very lucky that Metro’s giving me a chance,” she said, pulling on her earlobe, “because most people that try coming out at my age, it doesn’t work out. Very few of us are employed. It’s getting better.” She acknowledges there will be challenges along the way, but is confident that it will all work out. “Life always throws trouble at you, but every problem I’ve ever had just goes back to this. I always put the two together, and it just put so much stress on my life,” she said. She pulled her drink to her still-smiling, lightly painted lips, and took a sip before adding surely: “That’s gone now.” TOMMY ROWAN @tommyrowan


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Usher says Bieber’s remarks are ‘all part of life’s process’ Usher insists that Justin Bieber is totally not a racist, despite the multiple videos that have surfaced of a teenage Bieber making racist remarks and jokes. “At my core, I am a person that supports growth and understands without judgment that growth often comes as a result of pain and [continuous] effort,” Usher wrote in a lengthy comment aside an Instagram pic of himself and pro-

tege Bieber. “As I have watched Justin Bieber navigate difficult waters as a young man, I can tell you that he hasn’t always chosen the path of his greatest potential, but he is unequivocally not a racist. What he was five years ago was a naive child who did not understand the negative power and degradation that comes from playing with racial slurs. What he is now is a young man faced with

an opportunity to become his best self, an example to the million of kids that follow him to not make the same mistakes. I gave every bit of advice and always told him it was up to him if he really wanted this. Now that he has it, as an adult, it’s his to manage. Do I turn my head in shame based off of what I see, what I know? Nah, I don’t because it’s all part of life’s process.”

themselves. It turns out McAdams and Gyllenhaal, who are in Pittsburgh to film their new

movie, “Southpaw,” are just good friends and colleagues. For now, at least!



Talking point

Gyllenhaal and McAdams: just pals?

Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams turned heads in Pittsburgh recently while out to dinner at local eatery Meat and Potatoes, according to E! News. The date immediately prompted tabloid speculation that a new Hollywood romance is in the works, but apparently everyone’s getting ahead of

Bryan Singer too troubled for future ‘X-Men’ Bryan Singer’s legal troubles didn’t appear to have any negative impact on box office sales for “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” but that doesn’t mean he’s in the clear just yet as far as professional fallout goes. All the attention surrounding Singer — who is being sued for allegedly sexually assaulting a then-17-year-old boy in 1999 — could still cost

THE WORD Ned Ehrbar takes on the world of gossip.

him the directing job for the franchise’s next film, “X-Men: Age of Apocalypse,” according to Radar Online. “Fox isn’t confident in it not heavily impacting production. Bryan’s lawyers are going nuts because the deal was closed months ago,” a source says, adding that the studio brass “don’t really care whether he’s innocent or guilty. They’re only concerned


with the bottom line, which is giving him another $250 million to $350 million to make ‘Apocalypse.’ There have been talks about who else he’d let direct it with him producing, but those led to heated arguments and walkouts. They’re also looking at how far back they can push production without moving the release date, if any lawsuit did get a court date.”



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NBA Finals, Game 3 After a nail-biter finish in Game 2, the series is tied at one win apiece. The Spurs and the Heat face off tonight with a healthy Lebron James in the mix. 9 P.M., PBS


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If you wanted to write a breezy, straightforward study of an actor, Vanessa Redgrave would probably be one of your poorest choices. Of the world’s master thespians, she’s likely the most problematic; although she has plenty of theatrical bona fides, her screen career — although brilliant — is patchy. And then there’s her political activism, which includes working with the controversial Workers Revolutionary Party and enrag-

ing many with her defense of Palestine, among others. s. But writer and critic Dan Callahan stormed ahead anyway. “Vanessa: The Life of Vanessa Redgrave” is a critical study of the actress’ work that isn’t afraid to delve into her controversies or to set certain misconceptions straight. You call her the greatest actress who ever lived, but you’re very critical of her work and call some performances misjudged. Her method is very erratic. She can only get as high up as she has because she doesn’t follow a straight line. She has all these bad ideas that people have to talk her out of. The trick is to have her go with the brilliant one no one else on Earth would have thought of. ... She’s never mediocre; I never feel with her that she isn’t interested.

Vanessa Redgrave poses with the Oscar she won for 1977’s “Julia,” right after her controversial acceptance speech. / GETTY IMAGES

all of her gifts are activated by that film. “Playing for Time” is the same thing. I don’t think it’s too much to compare her to [Renee] Falconetti in “The Passion of Joan of Arc.” She had to have a wound on her lip,

You say her two best performances are in TV movies from the ’80s: the Holocaust drama ‘Playing for Time’ and ‘Second Serve,’ in which she plays a transgender character. [“Second Serve”] stimulated her. It ... challenged her. And she played persecuted — she likes that, too. If she’s playing persecuted, then she has to use her imagination. She has the most enormous imagination. Everything that’s in her,

and she didn’t think it looked convincing. So she went to a doctor who put a safety pin through her lip. She’s willing to do [things such as] that. You spend a lot of time talking about the physical nature of her performances. In “If These Walks Could Talk 2” [in which she plays an older woman in the ’60s whose longtime female partner dies], she has this thing where she’s in her lover’s old chair, and she presses the arms on it, as if the arms are her lover. In a single gesture she’s able to give you an entire life. One gesture! Who else can do that? No other actor can do that as well as she can. MATT PRIGGE @mattprigge

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Political animal You aren’t afraid to go into her political life, and you try to show that her acting and humanitarian work come from the same place: a compassion for people. That’s the great irony: The thing that makes her scale the heights of acting is what gets her into trouble in her political life. You can’t have one without the other with her. Part of the reason I wanted to write this book was that her own autobiography from 20 years ago is very confusing and obscure about [her poli-


tics]. And she writes mainly about that and not her work. I wanted to write about her work, but I wanted to clarify this Workers Revolutionary Party period, too.

You also make her political work, at least to a point, fairly honorable. Many actors talk about helping people, but she really goes out and does it. She’s obsessed with helping people. If there’s something bad going on in the world, she’s going to raise money for it; she’s going to do something about it. On the one hand, that’s very admirable. But on the other hand, it’s too much, and it has placed great burdens on the people in her life and the people she has worked with. She’s aware of that, but she can’t help it.

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2 to 3 tablespoons agave nectar or honey, divided

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½ cup blueberries, partially frozen

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coconut water as possible to thicken the mixture. Empty into a bowl and freeze for 30 minutes (It will be slushy.). Rinse your blender, then blend blackberries, blueberries, coconut water and agave nectar or honey. Freeze. Next, blend crushed ice, lime juice, lemon zest, coconut water and agave nectar or honey. Spoon the mixtures — they should be thick —into popsicle molds, layering them. Place popsicle stick in and freeze for four hours.



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Cape Cod isn’t just about the chowder Get your kicks off Route 6. The Cape is known for beautiful beaches, but its restaurants are an equally worthy attraction.

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The Chatham Bars Inn celebrates its 100th anniversary this Saturday with a Roaring 20s dinner dance, recapturing this tony summer playground’s birth in the wild Prohibition era. Genteel Chatham sits on the Outer Cape’s elbow, with the inn and its restaurant, Stars, a fabled high-society centerpiece. Sage Inn & Lounge in Provincetown’s center offers tapas style dining and cocktails infused with herbs plucked from the vertical herb garden on the patio. The locavore menu has more than a touch of whimsy — such as luscious Asian Spam sliders

with cauliflower puree — and showcases flavorful pairings such as lamb with blueberry and tarragon. Theater is a big part of Provincetown’s summer life and Sage Lounge metamorphoses into an aftertheater dessert parlor: Try potato chip-encrusted vanilla ice cream with chocolate ganache and maple crystal-crusted pork belly sprinkles. A mainstay on the Cape for 20 years, Mac’s Seafood recently opened a sleek new Provincetown restaurant on Shank Painter Road, offering classic Cape cuisine such as flounder in a beurre blanc, sushi and happy hour buck oysters from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. For old Cape charm, the original Mac’s in Wellfleet Harbor is one of the Cape’s best spots for sunset watching. In Mid-Cape, tucked near Hyannis Airport, Pain D’Avignon is easy to miss. Once found, however, the bakery and bistro serves fresh salads and sandwiches for lunch, fruits de mer or

roasted organic chicken for dinner entrees and an exceptional wine list. Falmouth nestles on the southeastern part of the Inner Cape and is home to the Sea Crest Beach Hotel’s restaurant, Red’s, named for the famed Celtics coach Red Auerbach and filled with his personal memorabilia. Enjoy Chardonnay-marinated mussels while overlooking beautiful Old Silver Beach on Narragansett Bay. In Falmouth Village, breakfast at the Pickle Jar, where a menu standout is the blueberry muffin French toast with Greek yogurt. At the village green, the Palmer House Inn’s wraparound porch is the perfect place to end the day. Included in the room rates of this Victorian inn is an elegant cooked breakfast served in the captivating dining room. LINDA CLARKE @MetroBOS


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Higher ed. Before they were famous, these celebrities hit the books Before these stars were redcarpet regulars, they were ordinary college students who declared their majors and took prerequisite classes just like everyone else. So which ch celebrity shares your field of study? Find out below.

Jon Hamm Decades before his character Don Draper enthralled fans on “Mad Men,” Hamm was an English major at the University of Missouri, even briefly teaching middle school after graduation.

Kunal Nayyar “The Big Bang Theory” star studied business and finance at the University of Portland, arriving as an 18-year-old freshman from New Delhi, India in 1999.

Ashton Kutcher Before he rose to fame playing the dumber than a box of rocks Kelso on “That ’70s Show,” the sitcom star Show and producer was planning to study biop cchemical engineering at the University of Iowa. o

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Kourtney Kardashian The only one of the Kardashian sisters to earn a college degree, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelors in theatre arts and a minor in Spanish. (Her brother Rob, also a college grad, is a proud holder of a 2009 degree from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.)


Getting the right professor to recommend you

Amy Schumer Am The comedian majored in theater at Maryland’s Towson University.

Carrie Underwood A year after winning “American Idol,” Underwood graduated magna cum laude from Oklahoma’s Northeastern State University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication with an emphasis in journalism. LAKSHMI GANDHI

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College. Here’s how to make the recommendation process go as smoothly as possible. Thinking about applying to grad school this fall? Now is the perfect time to start thinking about which professors you would like to ask for recommendation letters. These simple steps can make the entire process easier for everyone.


Ask someone who knows you well: “My biggest tip is ‘Make sure the professor really knows you,’” says Julie Dodd, a journalism professor at the University of Florida who often blogs about jobs and internships. Dodd also points out, “You are kind of auditioning [for the recommendation] while you are in class.” Make it a point to talk to your instructor about your other interests; don’t be shy about mentioning your extracurriculars or your workstudy positions. Dodd recently recommended a student who had taken a class with her

Do this

Ask in person, not over email Schedule a meeting with your professor so that you can talk about the schools you are applying to, your goals and why you want to go to grad school. Making a request for a recommendation over email or just after class can seem too casual and rushed. Dodd adds that you

while he was a sophomore, yet made it a point to regularly stop by her office for two years afterward. When he asked her for a job recommendation, “I was really invested in him,” she says. “I wanted him to get a job.”


Ask as early as possible: Give at least a month’s notice before your deadline, says Dodd, though earlier is always better. Keep in mind also that lots of students are also asking for letters and that the deadlines are all at the same time.


Take no for an answer: If a professor tells you that he or she isn’t the best person to write your letter, believe him

should also tell your professor why you would like a recommendation from him or her specifically. “Saying something such as, ‘I think that as a student, you really saw me as a writer,’ lets the professor know why you’re making the request,” she says.

or her and move on.


Provide all of the information they need: Make a folder with a copy of your résumé, a list of all the programs you’re applying to and note all the classes you took with the professor, listing each semester.


Remember that you are asking for a favor: Ask nicely and send a thank-you note afterward. (Also, be sure to let your instructor know which school you picked; don’t leave them wondering.) LAKSHMI GANDHI @LakshmiGandhi


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Groupings for the 2014 World Cup were released last December. Therefore, it’s been six whole months that the U.S. has known that even making the Round of 16 in the world’s greatest soccer tournament will be an arduous task. Group G is one of two perceived “Groups of Death,” along with Group B — which features Spain, the Netherlands, Chile and Australia.

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Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s decision to leave Landon Donovan off the U.S. men’s team immediately opened him up to scrutiny. Many American fans are already down on his scheming and he didn’t win anyone over when he bluntly said the U.S. “can’t win” in Brazil. Unfortunately for American fans, he’s probably right — but that doesn’t mean the U.S. can’t pull off an upset or two. The Americans have depth in the middle of the field, with Michael Bradley leading the way. Jermaine Jones should also see plenty of action under Klinsmann’s watch.


Ghana will likely be the United States’ “easiest” matchup in Group G play, but you don’t have to explain to the Americans just how formidable an opponent Ghana is. The country, which sits in West Africa, has eliminated the U.S. from each of the last two World Cups. The team is led by a strong midfield, which includes Kwadwo Asamoah, Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari, Kevin-Prince

Germany has been mentioned as a favorite to win the whole shebang, along with Brazil, Argentina and Spain. The Germans are led by 29-year-old midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, who made his mark in international competition in the 2006 World Cup when he netted a pair of long-range goals against Portugal. The Germans open Group G play on


Boateng. Ghana and the U.S. will tangle right out of the gate as the two will face off next Monday (6 p.m., ESPN).

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Workman likely to start again Tuesday vs. O’s The Red Sox will continue their three-game set in Baltimore on Tuesday (7 p.m., NESN) with Brandon Workman scheduled to start for the Sox. Workman (0-0, 3.74 ERA) appealed his six game suspension for hitting Tampa Bay’s Evan Longoria with a pitch on May 30. Chris Tillman (5-2, 5.20 ERA) will get the start for the Orioles. MATT BURKE


Ronaldo, Ronaldo, Ronaldo. He’s the marquee name of this tournament and he’s already under the microscope, as his left knee has to be the most monitored in the world, currently. The issue is “left patellar tendinosis” but there’s little doubt that the attacker will give it a go. If Ronaldo is Ronaldo, then Portugal can play with anyone in this tournament. Midfielder William Carvalho is another player to watch for Portugal. The 22-year-old owns great ball control and could surprise many when Portugal opens against Germany. CRISTIANO RONALDO’S LEFT KNEE IS BEING MONITORED CLOSELY.

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There was much debate last week regarding Tom Brady’s place among the NFL’s elite QBs at this stage in his career, but Brady said Monday that he isn’t concerned about individual numbers. “I think that people watch the games on TV because there is a scoreboard,” Brady told reporters. “There’s only one stat that matters, and that’s because the competition in the NFL is very high, extremely high on a daily basis.”

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June 16 against Portugal and wrap up group play on June 26 against the United States. There’s a chance that the Germans will already own a spot in the round of 16 when they face the U.S., but many of Germany’s players wouldn’t mind sticking it to U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who was a head coach in Germany for years. “The experiment with Klinsmann was a failure,” Germany defender Philipp Lahm wrote in his autobiography. “He didn’t care much for tactical stuff. … It was up to the players to come together before a match and discuss how we were going to play.”

NBA. Fisher agrees with Knicks to become coach Derek Fisher wasn’t out of work long. The longtime NBA point guard reached a deal to become the next head coach of the New York Knicks on Monday. Fisher played for Oklahoma City until the Thunder were knocked out of the playoffs last month. Like Brooklyn coach Jason Kidd last year, Fisher is going straight from the court to the bench. Fisher played for Knicks president Phil Jackson when the two were in Los Angeles with the Lakers. MATT BURKE


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Sondra Lage Sheila Hocking Sondra Lage Thomas Hallisey Omar Veliz Diane Lavoot Chris Kelley Jerri Canavan Mike Higgins Nancy Belben Kirsten Son Dorothy Carter Joseph Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell Susan Souther Eddi Jo Rothman

Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes Boxes, Bags, Totes

PURCHASES MUST BE MADE AT TIME OF SALE WITH CASH ONLY. ALL GOODS SOLD â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS ISâ&#x20AC;? and must be removed at time of sale. PS ORANGECO, INC. reserves the right to withdraw units from sale and to cancel auction without further notice. Kerrilyn Ross, agent for owners. Notice posted June 10th and June 17th 2014.



Reg. 59.50-$115. Sale 44.63-86.25. Sportshirts, knit shirts, pants and more.


Reg. 49.50-$75. Sale 29.70-52.50. From Kenneth Cole Reaction®, Geoffrey Beene, our Alfani Spectrum and more.

50% + 10% OFF

SALE 39.99



Reg. $595-$650. Final cost 267.75-292.50. From Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole New York and more. For example:

Reg. 49.5059.50. Polos, shorts and more.

+ WebID 487121.


1st item, reg. $9-82.50. 2nd item, sale 4.50-41.25. From Jockey, Gold Toe and more. For example:

20% OFF

69.99 AFTER $10 REBATE, SALE 79.99


Reg. $199. Sale $159. Stainless steel bracelets with black (+ WebID 585199) or white dial (+ 306875).


Reg. $60-$88. From Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole Reaction® and our Alfani. From top:

Reg. 179.99. Norelco powertouch shaver, #4300. + WebID

666148. Macy’s card/pass discount doesn’t apply.

+ WebID 1331891, + WebID 1332170 & + WebID 1060022.

+ WebID 816055.


Reg. $44-49.50. Sale 30.80-34.65. From Geoffrey Beene and our Alfani & Club Room. For example: + WebID 1385657.


Reg. $240. Chronographs with black (+ WebID 1331877) or blue (+ 1331876) dial. Macy’s card/pass

discount doesn’t apply.

20% OFF




extra 2O% OFF

SELECT SALE & CLEARANCE APPAREL FOR HIM, HER & KIDS EXTRA 15% OFF ALL SALE & CLEARANCE FINE & FASHION JEWELRY, WATCHES, COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, IMPULSE, INTIMATES, SWIM FOR HER; MEN’S SUIT SEPARATES & SPORTCOATS AND SELECT SHOES & HOME ITEMS Also excludes: Everyday Values (EDV), Doorbusters, Deals of the Day, furniture, mattresses, floor coverings, rugs, electrics/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 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.

VALID 6/10-6/12/2014

30% OFF

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

Reg. $225-$350. Sale $179-$279. Chronographs with black (+ WebID 856035) or white (+ 1307985) dial.


Reg. $200-$660. Final cost 99.99-329.99. Silhouette Sphere. + WebID 771340.

Second item must be of equal or lesser value than first item; returns must include all purchased items. REG. PRICES ARE OFFERING PRICES AND SAVINGS MAY NOT BE BASED ON ACTUAL SALES. FATHER’S DAY SALE PRICES IN EFFECT 6/10-6/15/2014. Rebate is a mail-in offer; allow 6-8 weeks for mailing; in CT, RI and PR, and in Dade and Broward counties, FL, rebate is given at the register. ††With your purchase of $300 or more from the luggage collection shown; rebate is a mail-in offer; allow 6-8 weeks for shipping. Watch photos may be enlarged or enhanced to show detail. Advertised merchandise may not be carried at your local Macy’s & selection may vary by store. Prices & merchandise may differ at Electric items, watches & luggage 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. N4050057. 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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