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State closer to ban on ‘revenge porn’ Payback. New York is considering a law that would penalize those who upload photos without consent. The New York state Senate passed a law late Wednesday that would criminalize the sending of private illicit images without consent from the person in the photos, or “revenge porn,” as it’s commonly called. In New York, exist-

Visit Metro.us to read the full interview with Carrie Goldberg. ing laws already include language against harassment through “electronic means,” and protect individuals who do not know that explicit images of them have been taken and

are being distributed. The proposed law would expand those protections and make it a misdemeanor the first time private, intimate images are published with the intent to harm or harass. “These private images go viral to the world and there is little or no legal recourse afforded to the victims,” bill sponsor, state Sen. Phil Boyle said. As a misdemeanor, the first offense can land those found guilty with up to a year in jail. A repeat offense within 10 years can be charged as a felony and

the risk of four years in prison. “Revenge porn” is often uploaded to the Internet by former lovers or hackers to cause humiliation. Boyle modeled it after legislation passed in California, one of nine states in the country with laws on the books specifically addressing revenge porn. A similar bill awaits votes in the state Assembly before the Legislature adjourns on June 19. CHESTER SORIA @chestersoria

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NYC attorney weighs in on online privacy Brooklyn attorney Carrie A. Goldberg volunteers with revenge porn advocacy group End Revenge Porn. She said the victims tend to be in their 20s. “Many are in the early stages of the their careers, and it’s foolish to think one can get a job without employers doing a Google search, and images from revenge porn sites are the first hits when victims’ names are typed into search engines,” she said.

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Mundiya Kepanga, an author and tribal leader from Papua New Guinea, took in the view from atop the Empire State Building earlier this week during his first visit to New York City. A Huli Wigman from the Oceanian country’s highlands, Kepanga was in the city for some promotional events. Thursday night, he attended a screening of “Dancing with the Papuans,” a film that chronicles the journey of three French cabaret dancers who join Kepanga’s village to compete in the country’s largest tribal gathering. In addition to a visit to the Empire State Building, Kepanga took part in other classic tourist activities, riding the subway and meeting the Naked Cowboy in Times Square. ANNA SANDERS

Some lanes on the George Washington Bridge were closed for nearly nine hours after a fatal truck crash on Thursday morning, authorities said. Two Manhattanbound tractor-trailers crashed just after 2 a.m. on the bi-level of the bridge’s upper deck, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. One driver died. Closed lanes reopened at 11:45 a.m. Special equipment was needed to pry the trucks apart.

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Thunderbolt opening after delays The new steel Thunderbolt roller coaster will finally open to the public in Coney Island on Saturday, after three weeks of construction delays. Standing 115 feet tall on the same spot as the old wooden Thunderbolt in Luna Park, the ride reaches speeds of 55 miles per hour. The Thunderbolt features a 90-degree verti-

Opening day The Thunderbolt opens at 11 a.m. Saturday at Luna Park and costs $10 to ride.

cal drop and an 80-foot zero-G roll. The ride was originally expected to open Memorial Day weekend, but the

last bits of construction were delayed because they couldn’t be completed in the rain. “The weather didn’t help us at all,” the coaster’s designer, Alberto Zamperla, president and CEO of the Zamperla Group, told Metro last month. Freezing temperatures made earlier construction difficult. ANNA SANDERS

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Museum to celebrate anniversary of subway system The New York Transit Museum is hosting a birthday party this Saturday to celebrate the 110th anniversary of the New York subway system. The event takes place from 9-11 a.m. The party is a commemoration of the first run of the subway along the Interborough Rapid Transit, or IRT line on October 27, 1904. The IRT currently houses the Nos. 4, 5 and 6, lines and runs along Lexington Avenue. Partygoers will be

Partygoers will be able to ride in a vintage train. / GETTY IMAGES More online More information is available at www.mta.info/museum.

able to ride in a 1930s-era subway car. The museum will run a vintage car, the very first A train, between their platform and the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Station. JOSEPH SOUZA

Economics

Poll: NYC supports higher minimum wage New Yorkers strongly back hiking the minimum wage, a poll

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showed on Thursday. Half of the city voters surveyed said they would support an increase in New York’s minimum wage to $13 an hour from $8, while a third approved of a hike to $10.10, the

poll by Quinnipiac University showed. The findings come in the wake of New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s amending of a bill to boost the minimum wage. REUTERS

A massive artwork by Pablo Picasso will be moved to the New York Historical Society from the Four Seasons restaurant in the Seagram Building, where it has hung for 55 years. Picasso’s “Le Tricorne,” a 19-foot painted theater curtain, was at the center of a dispute between the New York Landmarks Conservancy and real estate developer Aby Rosen, who owns the Seagram Building on Park Avenue. Rosen, citing water damage to the adjoining wall, had wanted to relocate the piece but the Conservancy feared it was too fragile. The dispute went to court two months ago but reached a settlement on Thursday. The Conservancy will work with the New York Historical Society to restore the curtain. “Once it has been conserved, the Society will put the work on long-term view in the

Curtain call

The history of the piece Pablo Picasso’s “Le Tricorne” was installed in the Four Seasons restaurant on the ground floor of the building in 1959. It was donated by French media company Vivendi to the New York Landmarks Conservancy in 2005. Picasso painted

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second-floor Dexter Hall gallery, which is used for installations of works from the permanent collection,” said Laura Wash-

the curtain for Sergei Diaghilev’s production of “Le Tricorne” in Paris in 1919. It depicts a crowd watching a bullfight and was one part of a larger curtain. Rosen, who is also chairman of the New York State Council on the Arts, agreed to pay for the removal and restoration of the curtain.

ington, vice president of communications for the New York Historical Society. The Conservancy’s main concern was that it should remain in New York and in public view. “Vivendi imagined it as a gift to the city,” said New York Landmarks Conservancy President Peg Breen, “and by going to the Historical Society, it will remain a gift to the city.” SAMAR KHURSHID


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Perry compares homosexuality to alcoholism Conservative. Perry defends a Texas constitutional amendment that bans same-sex marriage. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a Republican presidential aspirant whose 2012 campaign was sunk partly because of verbal slips, has compared homosexuality to alcoholism, coming under fire again for an argument he has made previously. Perry, in an appearance Wednesday night in San Francisco at the Commonwealth Club of California, was asked whether he believes homosexual-

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“I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that. … And I look at the homosexual issue in the same way.” Perry said in remarks broadcast on the local CBS affiliate

ity was a disorder, according to local media reports. “I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that,” Perry said in remarks broadcast on a CBS affiliate. “And I look at the homosexual issue in the same way.” In his 2008 book, “On My Honor,” Perry made a similar comparison. “From a scientific standpoint it’s not a very apt analogy. Homosexuality is not a mental disorder, alcoholism is a mental disorder,” said Jack Drescher, distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a psychiatry professor at New York Medical College. REUTERS

Iraq. Obama warns of US action as jihadists push on Baghdad

Kurdish Peshmerga forces and Iraqi special forces deploy their troops outside of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk, Iraq, on Thursday. / GETTY IMAGES

President Barack Obama threatened U.S. military strikes in Iraq on Thursday against Sunni Islamist militants who have surged out of the north to menace Baghdad and want to establish their own state in Iraq and Syria. Iraqi Kurdish forces took advantage of the chaos to take control of the oil hub of Kirkuk as the troops of the Shiite-led government abandoned posts, alarming Baghdad’s

allies both in the West and in neighboring Shiite regional power Iran. “I don’t rule out anything, because we do have a stake in making sure that these jihadists are not getting a permanent foothold in either Iraq or Syria,” Obama said at the White House when asked whether he was contemplating air strikes. Officials later stressed that ground troops would not be sent in, however. REUTERS

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US political polarization increasing Americans are more divided along political lines than at any time in two decades, with about one in five defining themselves as consistently liberal or conservative, a poll showed on Thursday. The hardening of ideological positions also means that more Americans are less likely to favor political compromise, the survey by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press said. “Liberals and conservatives disagree over where they want to live, the kind of people they want to live around and even whom they would welcome into their families,” it said. REUTERS


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A TIMELY DRINK WITH OUR FOUNDING FATHER “Hi Mr. President, can I get you a drink?” The ghost of George Washington looks up from the bar. The Father of the Nation has agreed to share some advice in honor of Father’s Day. “Sure. I’ll have a beer,” he says. “How about a Sam Adams?” I reply. “You’re kidding, right? You know he was an anti-Federalist.” I’ve asked him to weigh in on a variety of topics, and I start ticking through them, starting with the divisive nature of politics. “To be honest, Mr. President, we have so many people in office who are unwilling to compromise, we can’t get anything done.” “We never had that problem in my day,” he says. “Oh, we took our canes to each other and we had the occasional

What would George Washington think about Eric Cantor losing his seat? It’s probably irrelevant. / GETTY IMAGES Quoted

l’ve asked him to weigh in on a variety of topics and I start ticking through them, starting with the divisive nature of politics. “To be honest, Mr. President, we have so many people in office who are unwilling to compromise, we can’t get anything done.”

duel, but we always reached some sort of deal. Of course, there was that whole dust-up with the Brits. Ha! Now that was partisanship.” I move on. “We’re having problems with immigration. Any advice?” “Hmmm. More trouble with the Scots?” I move on again. “You may have heard that our economy is troubled, and a lot of people think the rich should pay more taxes.” “Really? Have you considered a tax on wig powder?” On it goes. After a while, I respectfully say, “Mr. President, people in this town are always invoking your name, saying the Father of the Nation would or would not like some piece of legislation. But it seems like the country you

knew is so different from ours.” “What did you expect? I’ve been dead more than 200 years. All I know is this: Good fathers raise kids who can stand on their own and work out their disagreements. If you can do that, you still have the country I dreamed of. If not, what’s left won’t be worth having.” He slipped on his coat, adjusted his sword, and slid from the bar stool. “I’ve got to go get my teeth sanded. By the way, what’s going on in my home state of Virginia?” “Oh, you heard about Eric Cantor!” “Eric who?” “Good one, Mr. President. Happy Father’s Day.” Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author.

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Bridal and was a contestant on Seasons 11 and 12 of the reality television show “Project Runway.� “It’s really impressive what they can get toilet paper to do,� she said. The gowns were adorned with intricate toilet paper pearls and flowers. The winning dress, named Romance on a Roll and crafted by 28-year-old Susan Brennan of Orchard Lake, Michigan, took some 20 rolls to craft. The ornate, full-length gown was dotted with complex floral and lace designs, and could be detached at the waist to reveal a 1920s flapper-inspired dance dress underneath. REUTERS

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OMG! Get onboard with a skate-beard There’s nothing quite like the feeling of the wind blowing through your skateboard’s bristling beard. The wispy “Weird Beard Cruzer” is the first of a three-part collaboration between Santa Cruz Skateboards of California and artist-illustrator Jeremy Fish. Fish tells Metro why a hairy ride is the only way to get around.

What’s the point of a bearded board? It’s skateboarding — not everything needs a purpose, but who wouldn’t want a f—ing hairy skateboard? It’s function is just to have fun. Is this a nod to the hipster trend for beards? I have been wearing a very large beard off and on for

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Regulation

FDA to develop rules for e-cigs The Food and Drug Administration is working to develop strong product standards for electronic cigarettes and other nicotine delivery devices that will protect public health and enable the agency to withstand legal challenges, its tobacco chief said on Wednesday. Mitchell Zeller, director of the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products, said the agency is exploring potential product standards in the areas of addiction, toxicity and product appeal as it prepares to gain regulatory authority over electronic cigarettes and other nicotine-delivery devices. The establishment of product standards is one of five priorities for the division over the next few years, Zeller said. They include putting in place regulations for approving new products and monitoring them after they reach the market, ensuring that the agency has in place a strong compliance and law enforcement presence in every state, public education and the formulation of an FDA-wide nicotine policy that recognizes some products are less risky than others. REUTERS

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Commute to a homemade meal Trying it out

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The Union Square pop-up store will be open at least through summer. / PROVIDED

Fresh Routes. Grab a dinner ready in under 30 at Union Square. There’s a new gourmet market in town, and it’s near the 4-5-6 platform inside Union Square station. The location may seem questionable for sanitary reasons, but it’s actually the store’s selling point. Fresh Routes, a startup that began in Harlem in 2012, is a one-stop shop for everything a busy commuter needs to make a wholesome family dinner without ever leaving the

station. The pop-up store, which opened this week, sells “fresh food dinner kits for people on the go.” Each package contains all the ingredients, which are organic and locally sourced when possible, along with recipes and directions to prepare a meal for four in under 30 minutes. Unlike meal-delivery and food-kit services such as Blue Apron and Plated, Fresh Routes has a brickand-mortar storefront and no membership commitment. “Being able to provide customer service in person is something we think is essential, especially when it comes to food,”

says Fresh Routes CEO Josh Wessler. “Customers want flexibility when it comes to buying their food.” If the thought of buying dinner in a subway station gives you pause, have no fear. All Fresh Routes kits are prepared and packaged in a sanitary facility uptown. “Cleanliness was one of the biggest concerns we had [when designing the store],” says Wessler. The Union Square store will be open at least through summer, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. RACHEL LEE @metronewyork letters@metro.us

Metro tested out one of kits, choosing the special of the day: Thai coconut chicken, which cost $34 for four servings. Other options included berberespiced beef with cremini mushrooms and the vegetarian SoHo rice bowl with avocado relish. Inside the box was a sheet of instructions and tidy, plasticwrapped portions of sugar snap peas, cilantro, raw chicken and rice noodles, along with spices and a can of coconut milk. From box to bowl, preparing the meal was well within Fresh Routes’ estimate of 30 minutes. Our 6-year-old tastetester gave it a

thumbs up: “It’s good! I like the pasta.” To be sure, it wasn’t a five-star meal, and home cooks will need to have some basic tools already on hand. But for those who want to pick up dinner during their commute without sacrificing a homemade meal, a box from Fresh Routes fits the bill — and won’t break the bank either.

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They’re just better together X-cited

The future While Hill is looking forward to taking a slight break from movies, to return for something he’s passionate about, Tatum is very busy. He’s been cast as Gambit in the next “X-Men” movie. “It’s the only X-Men that I really followed,” Tatum reveals, saying he’s not really a big fan. “He’s just the coolest one to me: the smoking, drinking, womanchasing, cussing one. He’s not even a good guy. He’s a thief.”

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It was a good many days Jonah Hill wasn’t afraid to pester co-star Ice Cube — one of his heroes, who again plays his boss — with endless questions. “I grew up in Los Angeles in the ’80s, so Ice Cube and Magic Johnson were who I idolized,” Hill says. Cube would answer anything he was asked about N.W.A., “Three Kings” or “Amerikkka’s Most Wanted.” Hill even discovered that Cube’s “It Was a Good Day” — one of Hill’s favorite ever songs — was not, as rumored, about a specific day.

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Reunion. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum talk about their chemistry and bugging the hell out of Ice Cube. Jonah Hill is trying to pinpoint the exact scene in 2012’s “21 Jump Street” when he knew he had chemistry with Channing Tatum. “I mean, I would say the first scene,” Tatum offers. “We hit it off right away,” Hill says, more seriously. One of the first scenes they shot wound up being the one that features Johnny Depp making

a cameo as his character from the ’80s Fox show. “We were supposed to jump over this couch, and Chan immediately did this flip over it. And then I walked around it. I think that set the standard for the two movies: that one guy is really good at stuff and the other is not.” The new “22 Jump Street” — which takes their not-so-young undercover cops to college — gave Hill the chance to refine what he did before. “I felt more creatively

inspired to think of the most clumsy way to do each stunt,” Hill says. “You’re putting together a puzzle to find how one would obviously do something, then ask yourself, ‘How can I completely mess that up?’” For Tatum, this was another chance to prove that his comedic turn in the first was no fluke. But when asked if he’s up to Hill’s improv skills, he’s honest: “Absolutely not. I’ve only seen one person — and she’s in the

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But Tatum does have other duties, such as now being a parent. “I’m solid at diaper changing. If a guy isn’t solid at diaper changing, I don’t know what he’s there for, really, because they’re not there for the first seven months. The mama’s the end-all-beall,” he says. He also gets to see through his daughter’s eyes. “I love watching her experience new things for the first time. Like she just saw a kite for the first time the other day. She was like, “WHAT? What is it?” MATT PRIGGE @mattprigge

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The sequel that’s self-aware Follow-up. “22 Jump Street” is afraid it will be terrible, which somehow makes it even funnier. Review ‘22 Jump Street’ Directors: Phil Lord and Chris Miller Stars: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum Rating: R

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2012’s “21 Jump Street” was a flash-in-the-pan effort — a comedic take on an old TV favorite with a duo so mismatched that they were bound to produce chemistry. No one expected much from it, and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller — as they did with “The Lego Movie” — produced fathoms more than was required. How do you top that? Can you? “22 Jump Street” puts these questions in the film itself, often in the words of characters. As promised at the end of the first movie, undercover cops Schmidt and Jenko (Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum) are going to college. But they’d rather not: They’d rather be “Bad Boys” — two-gun-wielding

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action gods. This is far from the first self-aware sequel. But the meta jokes aren’t there because the film is being hip; they’re all borne out of anguish. This movie doesn’t want to be another dumb sequel. So it crams so many self-aware jokes into its running time that the sheer volume of them becomes part of the joke. By now we know the beefcake, square-jawed Tatum is actually even goofier than Hill, and his comedy bits — like talking about “the anals of history”

— continue to pave a path in what should be a long career as a not-so-secret cut-up. The freshness here is gone, but “22 Jump Street” is consistently inventive nonetheless. It’s an important reminder that humor isn’t strictly about novelty — it’s about quality. And that remains high in “22 Jump Street,” even if the central jokes about college are far from the best part. MATT PRIGGE @mattprigge

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Dragon 2” is merely more serious, even tragic, than its predecessor. Where that film had scores of jokes, this has about five. Where the first detailed how a nebbishy kid, Hiccup (Jay Baruchel), went from zero to hero, here he has to deal with a larger threat to his Viking community: a menacing despot (Djimon Hounsou). Hiccup also deals with meeting the mother he never knew (Cate Blanchett, who reads

her lines as though they’re Ibsen). What it does retain from the first is a handsomeness, with dark colors frequently interrupted by flames. The action, from dragon flying to heavy battles, is clean and kinetic and a reminder that live-action action these days too often goes for quicksilver editing that favors thrills over sense. Meanwhile, animators like to give you clear views of their

handiwork. Odd though the tonal shift between the two films is, the pofacedness of “How to Train Your Dragon 2” becomes absorbing — or at least diverting. Like the first, it’s solid but instantly forgettable. It could change things up even more for the third outing, and few would notice the difference. MATT PRIGGE @mattprigge

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Social media is the bane of the fickle heart, as Justin Bieber is proving with his erratic postings pertaining to on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez. While it seemed that the couple finally split for good a few months ago, Bieber doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem so sure. Just this week, he posted a close-up photo of the two in an embrace with the caption, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our love is unconditional.â&#x20AC;? Suggesting a tentative Romeo, he quickly deleted the posting â&#x20AC;&#x201D; but not before many of his 16 million Instagram followers screen-grabbed it and re-posted it.

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people, but we have the exception that makes the rule right here: Robin Thicke just keeps finding ways to get his soon-to-be ex-wife Paula Patton back. His latest attempt is to call his next album â&#x20AC;&#x153;Paula.â&#x20AC;? What ever happened to releasing a self-titled album? This musical stalking thing has gotten out of hand! Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s written songs about her, is talking about her onstage â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and now this. Canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you two just work it out in private? That way your fans can get fun hits just like â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blurred Linesâ&#x20AC;? on your next album, instead of creepy stalking love songs. LASSE E. KRISTIANSEN

Robin Thicke is trying to croon his way back into Paula Pattonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heart. / ALL PHOTOS GETTY IMAGES

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TUPAC ON BROADWAY These aren’t holograms — they’re just amazingly talented artists giving Tupac’s music a fresh take. / JOAN MARCUS

For (almost) all ages

Introducing his music to a new generation “A lot of people bring up the fact that it’s the young people that will come out — but folks in their 30s and 40s and even their 50s listen to hip-hop as well. It’s always just sort of been seen as a young culture, but Jay-Z’s 38! And he’s arguably one of the most popular artists in the world. I don’t think that it’s just for 15-yearold kids. We’re telling the story that [Tupac] went through some very serious life issues, and we’ve selected the kinds of things folks are going through every day. Of course there are more traditional styles, musically, but to characterize something as a Broadway show, I think that whole paradigm has shifted. You’ve got jazz musicals like ‘After Midnight,’ you’ve got hiphop like ‘In the Heights.’ I think finally Broadway is starting to reflect our culture in a larger sense — and developing a larger audience in the process.”

Theater. We can’t say if you’ll cheer it, but we know you’ll buy tickets to hear this new musical when it opens next week. The buzziest production hitting Broadway this summer is “Holler If Ya Hear Me,” which adopts the music and lyrics of celebrated rapper Tupac Shakur. Although the soundtrack will be familiar, the plot follows a fictional storyline. It’s about young men in the Midwest struggling with love (both familial and romantic) while navigating life on the streets. We spoke with star Christopher Jackson (“Bronx Bombers,” “After Midnight”) ahead of opening night, June 16. If it’s not a Tupac biography, what’s “Holler” actually about? It was inspired by Tupac’s music and written by Todd Kreidler. [I play] a character named Vertus who is waking up and coming to terms with the fact that his best friend is back from jail. He had a

really big problem with some of the decisions he had to make regarding his friend and his girlfriend and his mother, and on behalf of his brothers, so lots of stuff is happening in a very short amount of time. Is it intimidating to be presenting Tupac’s music in this format? No, it’s fun! I’ve been a fan of his my whole life, so to be telling the story using his lyrics and his music is pretty fulfilling for me. As an actor who grew up in the hip-hop generation, it’s great to be a part of another show that highlights this culture in the ’70s and exposes [it] to the world of Broadway, the storytelling aspect of what hip-hop really has become and all it has been. Tupac’s music is the story of his life. So you’ve taken a real inner city experience and transposed it to the

approaching? I’m more concerned with what’s happening today. We’re still in rehearsals, still in previews. It’s great to get it out in front of people. It feels great to know that it’s not just our own, it’s not just some secret that we’re holding on to anymore, that folks can come and take a look at what we’re working on.

Natural progression

How does hip-hop fit on Broadway? Hip-hop is obviously one of the greatest cultural movements of my generation. I think it’s great theater just on record, in terms of the storytelling aspect, the personalities that exist in it, the musical influences and the way that it’s affected just about every aspect of our culture. I think it’s the natural progression to see it on the Broadway stage. Midwest — that means that the messages can resonate with anyone. I think that’s the story of hip-hop. I grew up in southern Illinois; I didn’t have a lot of stuff in common with these young guys that came out of South Central LA. The thing that was universal to us was that there were

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hard times everywhere. The music was reflecting what they were going through in their daily lives and what they were seeing in their immediate surroundings. I think everybody can relate to that one way or the other. How do you feel with the opening night rapidly

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“The thing that was universal to us was that there were hard times everywhere. The music was reflecting what they were going through in their daily lives and what they were seeing in their immediate surroundings. I think everybody can relate to that one way or the other.” Jackson

Who do you think is going to be the immediate crowd coming in? Obviously, fans of [Tupac] are going to come and hear his music. I think that the traditional Broadway fan is going to enjoy it because it’s a really strong story [with] a really strong cast, and it’s the kind of show I think is entertaining and also thought-provoking. You know Tupac was nothing if not an activist. He was an underdog. And I think that the spirit of Tupac will shine through. I think that anybody who loves theater is going to love to see this. Certainly, Tupac fans are going to love it. T. MICHELLE MURPHY @TMichelleMurphy

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You could call Pedro Pascal a hometown boy made good. Best known for his portrayal of the late great Oberyn Martell on “Game of Thrones,” the 39-year-old Chilean began his acting career in New York City as an undergrad at NYU. And for an actor in this town, there’s no bigger stage than Central Park’s Delacorte Theater, where Pascal is bringing the drama as the villainous Don John in “Much Ado About Nothing,” part of Shakespeare in the Park and presented free by The Public Theater. We caught up with the Brooklyn resident ahead of Monday’s official opening to talk being back onstage, the fan response to Oberyn and his “South American shame.”

How did you get involved with the production? When I found out that they were gonna be doing “Much Ado About Nothing” in the park, I was hoping to be seen for the role of Don John. I was actually in New York (in March) for the premiere of “Game of Thrones,” and there was this tiny window to audition for [director] Jack O’Brien. “Game of Thrones” and the Central Park stage both feel grand in their own ways. The part on “Game of Thrones” is the closest I’ve come to achieving that kind of theater-like experience. Because there’s something about doing Shakespeare in the Park specifically — it’s my second time, I had a tiny

part in “Macbeth” eight years ago — about being in the Delacorte Theater, outdoors with 1,800 seats. Everyone is there for free, and there’s a generosity that emanates from the audience, and how welcoming they are at the gate is this incredible, untouchable experience that can’t be really compared to anything else. There’s over 100 productions that have happened with Shakespeare in the Park since 1962 — the historical significance of placing yourself at the center of that, whether you’re doing something small or large, it’s very magical. And that is often something that can be found creatively as an experience onstage, and doing “Game of Thrones” is sort of what came closest to that.


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RIP Oberyn

What will stay with you about the “Game of Thrones” experience? This was definitely the best part I’d ever played, and it was the best writing that I’ve ever gotten to do on television. The creative experience of getting to sink your teeth into a delicious character, in a project that has found such success, such a blockbuster television show, and what makes it that I think is ultimately really good storytelling. So to be able to play a really great character within something as large as that is something that I’ll creatively never forget. The creative experience of getting to do David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss]’s writing in that world, and getting into the skin of that character and being in Michele Clapton’s costumes, and all the attention, that’s really special.

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You’re a pretty physical actor. Do you feel better suited to the stage or screen? Top: Pascal, left, sows discord as Don John in “Much Ado About Nothing.” Above: Oberyn Martell, right, was bested by The Mountain (Hafþor Julius Bjornsson). / JOAN MARCUS; MACALL B. POLAY, HBO

Oberyn had some great moments of levity. Would you like to do more comedy? I love comedy, it’s a very special challenge for actors because I think the key to making it work is to be as truthful as anything. So it takes a lot of skill alongside truthfulness. Humor can be such a reflection of truths and ironies, and the complexities of reality can always translate in such humorous ways. How has the GoT fan response been? People have been really sweet, very enthusiastic and really supportive. And it’s an enormous relief; [Oberyn] was a big undertaking for me, and one that I was pretty nervous about doing

because he’s such an extravagant character, and I really wasn’t sure how it would be received. And it’s always nice to be back in New York, where I’ve been for 20 years, and have a stranger on the subway start smiling and giving me a thumbs up and a “Congratulations!” or “I’m so sorry you’re dead.” The World Cup is underway — as a Chilean, are you a soccer fan? I’m very unskilled at soccer, it’s sort of my South American shame that I was never any good at it. But of course, I’m behind Chile all the way. “Much Ado About Nothing” runs through July 6. For more information, visit www.publictheater.org.

My training is in the theater; I’m much more knowledgeable of film as an audience member. There isn’t really anything that can compare to being onstage in front of an audience. It’s always hard to answer this question, because a good role in a good play with a good house is an untouchable experience. But there are definitely really interesting things about doing on-camera work that can’t be achieved onstage as well. So I wouldn’t necessarily be able to choose one over the other. I do love the physical experience of being onstage; it’s a pretty demanding one. I love discovering the definitions of a character through physicality. EVA KIS @thisiskis

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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Through June 22 David H. Koch Theater 20 Lincoln Center Plaza $25-$135, 212-870-5570 www.alvinailey.org The renowned modern dance and ballet company has returned to Lincoln Center with for a 15-performance engagement. Highlights include â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Pleasure of the Lesson,â&#x20AC;? choreographed by Robert Moses, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chroma,â&#x20AC;? featuring orchestration by Jack White of The White Stripes, and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pas de Duke,â&#x20AC;? a ballet celebrating the music of jazz composer Duke Ellington. Friday is the premiere of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Awassa Astrige/Ostrichâ&#x20AC;? by Sierra Leone-born Asadata

Dafora, who blends traditional African dance with Western staging. EVA KIS MUSIC

Celebrate Brooklyn! â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The National June 19, 6 p.m. Prospect Park Bandshell Ninth Street and Prospect Park West, $49.50 www.bricartsmedia.org Local indie band The National return to their hometown for a night of melancholy and misery â&#x20AC;&#x201D; well, that really only describes their music, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all guaranteed to have a good time, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve enjoyed Morrissey for years, right? Join the band in the park, rain or shine. JAY HONSTETTER

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to the Lincoln Center a 15-performance engagement. / ANDREW ECCLES

Pushing all the right Buttons The members of Fâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Buttons choose their words carefully. Their songs donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t usually have any, and multi-instrumentalist Benjamin John Power says even choosing song titles is tricky territory for him and Andrew Hung, his partner in sound. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once Andy and I are at a point where weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve decided a track is finished â&#x20AC;&#x201D; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s usually when we feel like itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s conjured up enough mental imagery for it to be an actual thing with some narrative and shape â&#x20AC;&#x201D; [we] really enjoy the practice of just discussing how a track has made us both feel,â&#x20AC;? he says, before catching himself. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Although it might be a little bit of a double standard to actually name a track, because as Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve said before, we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like to push any kind of mental imagery upon the listener â&#x20AC;&#x201D; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nice for them to be able to make their own minds up about what the song is saying.â&#x20AC;? Their most recent album, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Slow Focus,â&#x20AC;? which came out last July, certainly evokes a lot of mental imagery. Tunes such as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Brainfreezeâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stalkerâ&#x20AC;? make the listener feel like he or she has sipped a slushie

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Fâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Buttons perform on Sunday at Warsaw (261 Driggs Ave., Brooklyn) as part of the Northside Festival, which features roughly 400 bands and runs through June 19. For more info, visit www.northsidefestival.com. / JOSEPH OKPAKO, GETTY IMAGES Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in a name?

The Olympics? Fâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; yeah! We canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t resist asking Power about the name of the band and how it may have presented a few problems over the years â&#x20AC;&#x201D; such as, say, when the band are proďŹ led in a free daily newspaper

that people of any age might pick up. He says that the wise words often attributed to Dr. Seuss apply: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Those who mind donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t matter, and those who matter donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t mind.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Quite often, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll just be referred to as Fâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Buttons. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what they did in the Olympics.â&#x20AC;?

too quickly or has taken to nefariously pursuing somebody. So how do they talk about the layered sounds they are creating? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been working with each other for 10 years now, and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve gotten to a point where we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t necessarily verbalize our communication.â&#x20AC;? PAT HEALY @metrousmusic

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Jazz Age Lawn Party

Admit it: You can’t imagine a cuter Father’s Day photo op than this one.

Music. Celebrate the Roaring ’20s with live jazz on Governors Island this weekend. The Jazz Age Lawn Party — taking place on Governors Island this weekend — partners with St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur to provide New Yorkers with an escape from the urban grind with booze, music, dancing and even a vintage car showcase. For the ninth consecutive year, visitors don flapper-era costumes and lounge on the grass while listening to live jazz on two stages from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sadly, Saturday is sold out. On the bright side, Father’s Day is still open — and you can even save $5 by purchasing tickets with code the JAZZFATHERS.

We spoke with founder Michael Arenella — of Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra, performing this weekend — about partying like it’s 1929. What can guests expect from the fest? A sun-drenched afternoon of elegance, romance and A simpler time

Why is the jazz age so popular for us to celebrate today? Because we are grasping for something tangible, something simple and real. We are recalling an era before many of the distractions that rule us existed — a time when letter writing, dancing, face-to-face conversation and live music were the norm.

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fun. Many people dress in period garb — how does that add to the excitement? Many do, and some don’t. But we notice folks who didn’t dress [up] taking the cue the next time they attend. It adds to the immersion into a sort of alternate, and very fun, world. What other ways do you go about creating the perfect atmosphere? With fabulous refreshing St-Germain cocktails, gourmet picnic fare, a sprawling wooden dance floor under the trees, a village of vintage vendors and artisans and two stages with the most toe-tapping jazz this side of 1928. What makes this a unique event for New Yorkers?

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A favorite of stoners in the ’90s, actor and comedian Pauly Shore proves to New York City that he’s still got it by taking the stage and doing stand-up June 20-21 in a show hosted by Levity Live Comedy Club. Shore is touring the country when he’s not working on documentary project “Pauly Shore Stands Alone” or his new podcast series — in case you were wondering what he’s been up to this century. $22-$25, www. levitylive.com

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The comedy legend returns to NYC with eight nights at Radio City Music Hall from June 18-26. Celebrating 10 years since the release of “Block Party,” his unique brand of humor blends seamlessly with his second love: music. Each show features live orchestrations and special musical guests like The Roots, Busta Rhymes and Janelle Monae. Be forewarned, shows are selling out fast. $59-$125, www. radiocity.com T. MICHELLE MURPHY

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Gemini | May 22-June 20. Taking note of advice from an older relative or friend will enrich your life and add to your prosperity. Cancer | June 21-July 22. Partnerships look promising in this current cycle. Consider getting in touch with a friend from your past. Make plans to travel or meet each other.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Your inner spirit will be stifled if you give in to negative comments. Shake off old-fashioned attitudes and let yourself grow.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. You should make time to participate in a work-related event. The information you receive will keep you in the know.

Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Depending on someone else will not get you anywhere. Rely on your own attributes and finish whatever job you are given.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan. 20. You will have to go it alone if someone unexpectedly has a change of plans. Boost your attitude and update your look.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Stop avoiding your duties so that you can enjoy a little downtime with friends or family. The rewards will be worth the effort you expend.

Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Get to know the people who live in your neighborhood. Your talents will be put to good use if you get involved in local issues. Join a group.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb. 18. An irresistible offer will come your way. A social gathering with friends and neighbors will open your eyes to opportunities. Open your home.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Someone you respect and admire will want to form a partnership. Don’t make any hasty commitments. Aries | March 21-April 20. Don’t get exasperated with people who are having trouble keeping up. You have a lot of energy and stamina, so deploy a little patience to gain respect. Taurus | April 21-May 21. Improve your self-esteem by enhancing your appearance or getting in better shape. A romantic liaison will help motivate you. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Some things Worry about should stay jobs, Obama personal Re: ‘Obama easing school Re: ‘I’m proud of who I am’ (Metro, June 10) Here’s my question about this article: Why is it that now anyone who is gay or transgender feels the need to inform anyone who’ll listen what their status is? Where is the filter on personal information now? Do I really need to know who’s gay and who’s transgender? I have no need for that much personal knowledge about someone I don’t know or care to know about. I’m straight — do I need to announce to the world that I’m straight every time I walk in a room? No, because who really cares?

debt law’ (Metro, June 10) Obama makes a big to-do about allowing people to limit repayments of student loans while scolding the GOP straw man for being against students. This grandiose executive order will not, however, take effect until December 2015. If this man were capable of actually creating jobs, then there would be no need for college graduates to be subjected to minimum wage jobs upon graduation. You gotta love progressives. JOE ALLOY, VIA EMAIL

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Giants’ Beason leaves field with foot injury NFL. One of Big Blue’s biggest defensive leaders will be reassessed after being carted off during OTAs. Eli Manning is probably the Giants’ most important player, but not far behind him is Jon Beason. So everyone in blue held their breath on Thursday when Beason pulled up lame and was carted off the field with a foot injury during organized team activities. The team sent him to the Hospital for Special Surgery for further tests. “[Beason’s loss] would be very important because of the nature of the player, the man, the attitude, what he brings to the table [and] the leadership skills,” coach Tom Coughlin said.

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“So, yes, [Beason is] very important.” Coughlin declined to give any diagnosis, but also didn’t sound too concerned about Beason, noting the trip to the hospital seemed precautionary. “I don’t know about Beason. … it’s a foot, it seemed,” said Coughlin. “It looked like he hurt it when

he was running across the field and felt something in the bottom of his foot. … We’ll see.” Beason said he simply “felt something” while running during the play. The linebacker re-upped with the Giants this offseason for three years and $16.8 million. “Other guys will emerge [as team leaders], but the guys right now that are the obvious choices are Beason and Antrel [Rolle],” said Coughlin. “We have good examples in those spots and we’ll see how it works out. Obviously training camp time is different than spring OTAs, and anyone can ascend to leadership roles, but those are the two men that we already know [will be great leaders].” TONY WILLIAMS @TBone8 sports@metro.us

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“I’m definitely excited to watch it,” Beckham said. “I really like Real Madrid [and] Cristiano Ronaldo. [I] just respect greatness.”

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In fact, the wide receiver said he almost chose playing with his feet over his hands. “My coach actually tried to get me on the national team when I was, like, 13 or 14,” he said. “But to do the soccer thing, you really have to go overseas and stuff like that. … Soccer is my first love.”

Brazil’s World Cup got off to a shaky start, but it finished with a 3-1 win over Croatia in the opening match. Brazilian defender Marcelo accidentally deflected in a goal on his own net in the 11th minute to give Croatia a 1-0 lead. But Neymar answered with two goals in his World Cup debut.

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Free Shipping with $99 purchase. Free Returns by mail or in-store. U.S. only. Exclusions apply; details at macys.com/free-returns

DOORBUSTERS

8AM-1PM BOTH DAYS 5 HOURS ONLY! GREAT ITEMS! GREAT PRICES!

DOORBUSTER

DOORBUSTER

DOORBUSTER

CLEARANCE Orig.* $55-59.50, after 1pm: 17.99. Famous maker dress shirts.

DESIGNER MENSWEAR Doorbuster $72-$260. Reg. $150-$650, after 1pm: $90-$325. Suits, suit separates, blazers & sportcoats. + WebID 627348.

CLEARANCE

MEN’S TEES Reg. 14.50 ea., after 1pm: 9.99 ea. Only at Macy’s. From JA John Ashford.

DOORBUSTER

DOORBUSTER

UNLISTED BY KENNETH COLE Reg. $60, after 1pm: 39.99. Men’s boat shoes. + WebID 834607.

CLEARANCE SUITS Orig.* $200-$340, after 1pm: 69.99. Pantsuits, skirtsuits & more from Evan Picone & more. Misses, petites, & women.

DOORBUSTER

12.99

24.99

DOORBUSTER

60% OFF SWIM SEPARATES

Doorbuster $16-30.40. Reg./Orig.* $40-$76, after 1pm: $20-$38. Caribbean Joe selections. Misses. Shown: + WebID 1463125 & +1359085. DOORBUSTER 40% OFF COFFEE, TEA & ESPRESSO MAKERS Doorbuster 14.99-767.99. Reg. 24.99-1279.99, after 1pm: 19.99-899.99. From left: Cuisinart, #DCC1200; Krups, #BW740D50 & Nespresso, #C121/D121.

EXTRA 20% OFF

49.99

DOORBUSTER 39.99 DIAMOND HOOPS Reg. $160, after 1pm: $56. 1/4 ct. t.w.‡ rose-cut in 18k gold over sterling silver (+ WebID 1445917) or sterling silver (+ 1445918) by Victoria Townsend. DOORBUSTER 40% 0FF JUICERS & BLENDERS Doorbuster 23.99-215.99. Reg. 39.99-359.99, after 1pm: 29.99-279.99. From left: Bella Digital juicer, #13990 (+ WebID 1208912); Ninja, #NJ600 (+551811) & KitchenAid®, #KSB1575ACS (+ 1226782).

DOORBUSTER

SELECTIONS FOR HER: FAMOUS MAKER & DESIGNER COLLECTIONS & MORE FOR MISSES, PETITES & WOMEN; DRESSES; SUITS REGULAR & SALE PRICES & CAREER SPORTSWEAR

2O% OFF

BUY 1, GET 2 FREE

4 FOR $20

Doorbuster 9.99-103.60 ea. + 2 free. Orig.* 12.98-$148 ea., Young men’s hoodies, jeans & more from our American Rag & more.

+ WebID 1308804.

DOORBUSTER

DOORBUSTER

Reg. $33-$38 ea., after 1pm: buy 2, get 2 free. From Bali®, Maidenform®, Warner’s®, Playtex® & Vanity Fair®. Shown: Bali® Lace Double Support.

PASHMINA WRAPS Reg. $24, after 1pm: 14.99. Favorite colors in rayon.

2 FOR 19.99 BRAS

7.99

+ WebID 560829. DOORBUSTER

DOORBUSTER

Reg. $1000, after 1pm: $490. 3/4 ct. t.w.‡ in 14k white gold by TruMiracle®. + WebID 1146133.

Doorbuster 23.40-65.40. Reg. $39-$109, after 1pm: 29.99-99.99. Anne Klein, Easy Spirit (+ WebID 1496303), Hush Puppies (+1327589), our Marc Fisher & more.

DOORBUSTER

DOORBUSTER 59.99 5-PC. SET Reg. $200, after 1pm: 99.99. Only at Macy’s. Tag Fairfield luggage. + WebID 1041972.

$299 DIAMOND EARRINGS

40% OFF SANDALS & SHOES

70% OFF ALL MEMORY FOAM Doorbuster 14.99-239.99. Reg. $50-$800, after 1pm: 24.99-479.99. Pillows & toppers from SensorGel, our Martha Stewart Collection™ & more. Shown: + WebID 139387.

DOORBUSTER

25% OFF REGULAR & SALE PRICES

SELECTIONS FOR HER; SPORTSWEAR FOR MISSES, PETITES & WOMEN; IMPULSE HANDBAGS & MORE

OR, EXTRA SAVINGS FRIDAY 8AM-1PM AND SATURDAY 8AM-1PM SAVINGS PASS DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY TO DOORBUSTERS OR DEALS OF THE DAY

ALL SALE & CLEARANCE APPAREL AND SELECT HOME ITEMS! CANNOT BE USED ON DOORBUSTERS OR DEALS OF THE DAY

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YOUR PURCHASE OF $25 OR MORE. VALID 6/13 ‘TIL 1PM OR 6/14/14 ‘TIL 1PM LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER.

Also excludes: Everyday Values (EDV), specials, super buys, 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, macys.com. Cannot be combined with any savings pass/coupon, extra discount or credit offer, except opening a new Macy’s account. Dollar savings are allocated as discounts off each eligible item, as shown on receipt. When you return an item, you forfeit the savings allocated to that item. This coupon has no cash value & may not be redeemed for cash, used to purchase gift cards or applied as payment or credit to your account. Purchase must be $25 or more, exclusive of tax and delivery fees.

WOW! $2O OFF

ALL SALE & CLEARANCE APPAREL AND SELECT HOME ITEMS! CANNOT BE USED ON DOORBUSTERS OR DEALS OF THE DAY

2O OFF

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YOUR PURCHASE OF $50 OR MORE. VALID 6/13 ‘TIL 1PM OR 6/14/14 ‘TIL 1PM LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER.

Also excludes: Everyday Values (EDV), specials, super buys, 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, macys.com. Cannot be combined with any savings pass/coupon, extra discount or credit offer, except opening a new Macy’s account. Dollar savings are allocated as discounts off each eligible item, as shown on receipt. When you return an item, you forfeit the savings allocated to that item. This coupon has no cash value & may not be redeemed for cash, used to purchase gift cards or applied as payment or credit to your account. Purchase must be $50 or more, exclusive of tax and delivery fees.

Fine jewelry doorbusters are only at stores that carry fine jewelry. Free items must be of equal or lesser value than purchased item(s); returns must include the free items & purchased item(s). ³REG. & ORIG. PRICES ARE OFFERING PRICES & SAVINGS MAY NOT BE BASED ON ACTUAL SALES. SOME ORIG. PRICES NOT IN EFFECT DURING THE PAST 90 DAYS. ONE DAY SALE PRICES IN EFFECT 6/13 & 6/14/2014. “Lowest prices of the season” refers to Macy’s summer season from May 1-July 31, 2014; prices may be lowered as part of a clearance. *Intermediate price reductions may have been taken. ‡All carat weights (ct. t.w.) are approximate; variance may be .05 carat. Jewelry 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 & require special care, log on to macys.com/gemstones or ask your sales professional. Doorbuster items are available while supplies last. Advertised merchandise may not be carried at your local Macy’s & selection may vary by store. Prices & merchandise may differ at macys.com. Electrics & 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. N4050073. 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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