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Whitey’s crib

Bulger’s bungalow U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Bulger’s Santa Monica apartment available for rent The sun-splashed Santa Monica apartment where notorious crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger hid out for over a decade is up for rent. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Princess Eugenia unit is on the market for $2,950 per month, though Bulger, 81, reportedly paid much less than that during his rentcontrolled stint there. METRO


Cyclists get cheeky with bare-it-all ride Naked Bike Ride. Local organizers are gearing up for their most successful nude bike event to date. This weekend, hundreds of local bike enthusiasts will dare to bare it all in the name of safe cycling. The fifth annual World Naked Bike Ride Boston will kick off Saturday night at Boston Common, welcoming anyone with a pro-nude attitude and a passion about Boston’s bike community. “It’s very invigorating and fun to be totally nude on a bicycle,” said lead organizer Sara, who asked that her last name be withheld. The 28-year-old Somerville resident decided to bring the

Train crash

Globe: Amtrak crash victims in their 20s The three people killed Monday when the car they were riding in was struck by a Boston-bound Amtrak train in Mansfield were in their 20s and lived in Foxborough, Raynham and North Attleborough, an anonymous law enforcement source told The Boston Globe. The victims’ names are still being withheld pending a medical examination. GLOBE

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global ride to Boston to raise awareness about the vulnerabilities of cyclists on city streets. About 100 people turned out for last year’s ride, but Sara said she hopes to double that number this weekend. Portland, Oregon’s, Naked Bike Ride ride attracted 9,000 people earlier this month. Danvers cyclist John, who also asked that his last name be withheld, said he strips down to sandals and a helmet for the ride to promote body acceptance. “I have always really enjoyed bicycles, so when I heard about the [naked ride] and what it stood for, I knew I had to get over my irrational fear of nudity and join in,” said John. “We peacefully present ourselves and coexist on city streets for a few hours and no one is worse off for it.” The public response is generally positive, according to Sara, who said police are usually helpful during the ride, despite laws about public nudity. “It’s a riot. When was the last time you saw 100 naked people riding past you?” said Sara. “The joy is contagious.” MORGAN ROUSSEAU @MetroMorgan

Will you be among those who are pedaling pantless? / PAIGE OZAROSKI / METRO

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Full nudity is welcome, but not required.

Participants can opt to be fully clothed, or wear body paint, glitter, pasties or “tighty

Fùtbol. Walsh open to Boston soccer stadium Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is open to the possibility of building a $130 million soccer stadium in the city to house the New England Revolution, according to the Boston Business Journal. “It’s something I’d be interested in,” Walsh told the Journal. “It’s worth looking at.


I’m open to a lot of ideas. It’s about the growth of Boston. It’s something I wouldn’t turn down. There will have to be a lot of discussions about the location. I don’t know where it would go. We will have to see.” The team currently plays at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. METRO

whities” to help them feel more confident. •

Cyclists will meet at 9 p.m. at the Boston Common Band Stand; the ride leaves at 10 p.m.

Game time

World Cup watch party set for City Hall Plaza Mayor Marty Walsh and the New England Revolution will host a World Cup viewing party on City Hall Plaza for Thursday’s match between the U.S. and Germany. The noon game could determine if Team USA advances. METRO

The route travels through Boston, Somerville and Cambridge.

Participants are asked to arrive clothed and leave clothed.

No registration is required for participants.

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Crime. Cape pediatrician faces child porn charges A semi-retired pediatrician living in Mashpee was arrested Tuesday morning for allegedly possessing and distributing child pornography. Daniel O’Hern, 64, is due in federal court on Friday for a detention hearing. According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, a search

warrant was executed at O’Hern’s home Tuesday following an investigation into the use of peer-to-peer filesharing programs. Authorities allegedly found numerous images of young children being sexually exploited. He faces up to 30 years in jail. METRO


Questions remain in fatal crash Deadly collision. A young Brookline couple was killed in the incident. Saying they now have “conflicting information,” Boston police and the Suffolk County district attorney’s office have postponed the arraignment of an Allston woman police initially arrested for the fatal weekend crash and death of a young Brookline couple. Authorities said Tuesday afternoon that the investigation is still active and that the identity of the driver of the suspect car is still the primary focus of their probe. “Because interviews through the past 48 hours have yielded certain conflicting information, police and prosecutors have agreed that the investigation would be best served by postponing any arraignment until further canvassing and evidentiary analysis are complete,” the Suffolk district attorney’s office said. Boston police arrested Ghuzlan Alghazali, 26, overnight Monday and on Tuesday morning the DA’s office said that she was to be arraigned in Boston Municipal Court on various charges, including motor vehicle homicide. A spokesman for the DA’s office said Alghazali was later released from custody without charges. Her lawyer, Attorney John Seed, said her husband was also questioned and released.

The memorial for Jack Lanzillotti and his girlfriend Jessica Campbell at the Beacon Street crash scene continued to grow on Tuesday. NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

“They’re terribly upset at what happened, that two young innocent lives were lost,” said Seed. “That’s something they’re not going to get over and I don’t know how you could after seeing what they saw and being involved in that.” MICHAEL NAUGHTON @MetroBosMike

The victims Jack Lanzillotti, 28, and his girlfriend Jessica Campbell, 27, both of Brookline, were pedestrians walking near Beacon and Fairfield streets at about 9:15 p.m. Saturday when the crash occurred. The impact sent one of the cars into the couple, police said. •

Lanzillotti worked for the Red Sox for seven years,

most recently as manager of Red Sox Productions/Game Operations. He won an Emmy for his work. •

Campbell worked a senior analyst for Kantar Retail, the company said. She was recalled by her company for her passion for life, professionalism and friendship.


Aaron Hernandez

Trial date set in Hernandez double-murder case Despite being jailed, ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been busy lately. After appearing in a Fall River court last week and visiting a New Bedford hospital Sunday for an undisclosed ail-


ment, the 24-year-old murder suspect was in court again Tuesday for a status hearing related to charges that he fatally shot two men in the South End in 2012. A judge set a tentative trial date of May 28, 2015 for the double murder of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado and said he would rule on the defense’s request for a gag order at an Aug. 14 hearing.

Attorneys said the gag order would “safeguard against prejudicial pretrial publicity,” but prosecutors argue that Hernandez should not be treated differently because of his celebrity status. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to the doublemurder, as well as to the shooting death of Odin Lloyd in June 2013. MORGAN ROUSSEAU


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Mass. voters will get to decide fate of casinos Court ruling. The state’s highest court approved a repeal question for the November ballot.

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Casino advocates and opponents are gearing up for a battle they weren’t sure they would have to fight until Tuesday. The state’s highest court on Tuesday ruled that a ballot question to repeal the state’s casino law can go to the voters in November. Members of the repeal effort sued Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office after her agency rejected their ballot initiative to overturn the 2011 expanded gaming law. The SJC heard arguments in May. “The possibility of abolition is one of the many foreseeable risks that casinos, slots parlors and their investors take when

Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone was among casino repeal supporters who spoke at the State House on Tuesday. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO Quoted

“Our fight to protect jobs and preserve this economic development opportunity for Massachusetts begins [now].”

they choose to apply for a license and invest in a casino or slots parlor,” the justices wrote in their ruling. Opponents of casinos praised the ruling and set their sights on the voters. “While this ruling marks a huge hurdle now cleared, it’s also the firing of the starting gun in this incredibly important campaign,” John Ribeiro, the casino repeal chairman, said in a statement. “We know Massachusetts can do better than this casino mess.” The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has already awarded the slots parlor license to Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville and the Western Massachusetts license to MGM Springfield. In a statement, the commission said it will continue to implement the law as it currently exists despite an “atmosphere of uncertainty.”

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The Boston Public Schools announces its participation in the USDA Summer Food Service Program for Children. Free meals are provided to attending children 18 Free meals are provided to attending children 18 years of age and under, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. The program will run from June 30, 2014 through August 29, 2014. This project is supported by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Education and sponsored by USDA, Project Bread and the Boston Public Schools, Department of Food and Nutrition Services. Please call Project Bread Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 for information on serving times. Allston, Brighton Faneuil Gardens Housing Development 55 Faneuil Street (Basement), Brighton, MA 02135 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/29, 12:00-2:00 Gardner Elementary School 30 Athol St., Allston, MA 02134 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:00-1:30 BASE Program 640 Washington Street, Brighton, MA 02135 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 9:00-12:00 Brighton High School 25 Warren Street, Brighton, MA 02135 B/L 06/30 - 07/24, 8:00-11:30 (No Fridays) Jackson-Mann 40 Armington Street, Allston, MA 02134 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 8:00-12:30 Reilly Memorial Pool Cleveland Circle, Brighton, MA 02135 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/08, 12:00-2:00 Commonwealth Tenant Assoc 35 Fidelis Way, Brighton, MA 02135 Breakfast only 07/09 08/13, 8:00-9:00 (No Fridays) Boston Quincy Elementary 885 Washington St., Boston, MA 02111 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 8:00-11:30 Nazzaro Community Center 30 North Bennett Street, Boston, MA 02113 Breakfast only 06/30 - 08/22, 8:00-9:00 Blackstone/Comm Ctr. 50 W. Brookline Street, Boston, MA 02118 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 8:30-12:00 Idiil Learning Center 366 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 8:30-12:00 Project Destiny@ B.C.E. Church 249 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02111 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/01, 11:45-12:15

Boston Arts Academy/ Fenway High School 174 Ipswich Street, Boston, MA 02115 B/L 06/30 - 08/02, 8:00-12:30 Balfour Academy @ Northeastern University 129 Hemenway Street, Boston, MA 02115 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/06, 11:45-12:45 (No Fridays) Boston Area Health Ed. Ctr 729 Mass. Ave. 2nd Flr., Room 209, Boston, MA 02118 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:30-12:00 Mandela Homes Association 1855 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02118 Lunch only 07/09 - 08/29, 11:30-12:30 Algebra Plus Summer Academy MATH POWER 70 Forsyth Street, Boston, MA 02115 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/07, 12:30-1:00 Kwong Kow Chinese School 87 Tyler Street, Boston, MA 02111 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 9:00-12:20 McKinley Middle School 50 St. Mary Street, Boston, MA 02215 B/L 07/07 08/07, 8:00-2:00 (No Fridays) McKinley Prep High School 97 Peterborough Street, Boston, MA 02215 B/L 07/07 - 08/07, 8:0011:15 (No Fridays) Charlestown Charles Newtown Housing 93 Medford Street, Charlestown, MA 02129 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/29, 12:00-2:00 Charlestown Boys and Girls Club 15 Green Street, Charlestown, MA 02129 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 8:15-12:00 Harvard Kent Summer School 50 Bunker Hill Street, Charlestown, MA 02129 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:00-1:30 Dorchester, Mattapan Grove Hall Residents Association 20 Castlegate Road (Rear), Dorchester,

MA 02121 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/22, 12:00-2:00 CASH/HARBOR 11 Charles Street, Dorchester, MA 02122 B/L 07/07 - 08/29, 9:00-12:00 Sunrise Summer @Franklin Park Development 162 Seaver Street, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:00-1:00 Washington Heights T.A. 69 Ruthven Street #2, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:00-12:30 Franklin Hill Boys and Girls Club 5 Shandon Road, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 06/30 - 08/15, 9:00-1:00 Above and Beyond (Brookview House) 2 Brookview Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:00-12:00 SMSTA/SMS 3 Maple Court, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 9:30-12:30 Holland Elementary School 85 Olney St., Dorchester, MA 02121 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/29, 8:00-1:00 Neighborhood Network 402B Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 9:00-12:30 Ellison Parks Early Learning Center 108 Babson Street, Mattapan, MA 02126 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:30-11:45 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church 155 Humboldt Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02121 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/22, 11:00-1:30 Bridge Boston Charter School 2 McLellan Street, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 08/01, 8:00-1:00 The Boston Project Ministries 15 Elmhurst Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/14, 12:30-1:00 (No Fridays)

Dorchester Bay Summer Camp 624 Dudley Street, Dorchester, MA 02125 B/L 06/30 - 08/08, 8:30-12:00 Dever Elementary School -Tenacity 325 Mount Vernon Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 07/07 - 08/07, 9:00-11:30 STARS Summer Camp/Codman Square NDC 31 Erie Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 07/07 - 08/21, 9:10-1:15 (No Fridays) Murphy Leahy--Holloran Community Center 1 Worrell Street, Dorchester, MA 02122 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:00-1:00 Trotter Summer School 153 Humboldt Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 07/31, 8:30-1:00 (No Fridays) YVPIP Summer Enrichment Program 123A Hutching Street, Dorchester, MA 02121 Breakfast only 07/07 - 08/15, 9:00-5:00 NewComers Middle School 100 Maxwell Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 06/30 - 07/24, 7:30-11:30 (No Fridays) Dorchester House/Harbor School Summer Learning 1352 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02122 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:30-12:00 Frederick, Lilla G 270 Columbia Road, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:30-11:30 Burke High School 60 Washington Street, Dorchester, MA 02121 B/L 06/30 - 07/24, 7:45-12:05 (No Fridays) Mildred Ave. Community Center 5 Mildred Avenue, Mattapan, MA 02126 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:00-10:50

Mattahunt Elementary School 100 Hebron Street, Mattapan, MA 02126 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:00-11:30 Kenny Elementary 19 Oakton Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02122 B/L 06/30 - 08/08, 8:15-12:00 Ryan Field Wading Pool River Street, Mattapan, MA 02126 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/22, 11:30-1:30 Gallivan Community Center 61 Woodruff Way, Mattapan, MA 02126 B/L 07/08 - 08/22, 8:30-11:30 Neighborhood House Charter (Champions) 21 Queen Street, Dorchester, MA 02122 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:00-12:00 Bird Street Youth Center 500 Columbia Road, Dorchester, MA 02125 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 8:30-11:45 Tech Academy Boston (Upper) 9 Peacevale Road, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 07/07 - 08/07, 8:15-1:00 Holy Family Summer Camp 790 Columbia Road, Dorchester, MA 02125 B/L 07/08 - 08/08, 8:30-11:30 McCormack Middle School 315 Mt. Vernon Street, Dorchester, MA 02122 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/08, 8:00-12:30 Young Achievers 20 Outlook Road, Mattapan, MA 02126 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:30-11:30 Sportsmen Tennis Club 950 Blue Hill Ave, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 8:00-11:30 Greenwood Shalom Program 378A Washington Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:30-12:00 Lee Elementary Summer School 155 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 8:00-11:30

Wainwright Park/St. Mark’s Church 1725 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02124 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/15, 12:00-1:30 Dorchester Neighborhood Service Center 110 Claybourne Street, Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 9:00-12:00 College Bound /Dorchester Place 1725 Dorchester Ave. (St Mark’s Church), Dorchester, MA 02124 B/L 07/07 - 08/29, 8:30-12:00 East Boston East Boston High School 86 White St., East Boston, MA 02128 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/08, 7:30-11:45 O’Donnell/NOAH 33 Trenton Street, East Boston, MA 02128 B/L 07/07 - 08/21, 9:00-12:00 (No Fridays) McKay Elementary School 122 Cottage Street, East Boston, MA 02128 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:00-11:30 Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, West Roxbury New Beginnings 20 Central Avenue, Hyde Park, MA 02136 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 7:45-11:30 New Mission High School 655 Metropolitan Avenue, Hyde Park, MA 02136 B/L 06/30 - 08/01, 7:30-12:00 Ohrenberger School 175 West Boundary Road, West Roxbury, MA 02132 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:00-1:00 Anna M. Cole Community Center 10 Lamartine Street, Ext., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/29, 11:30-1:00 Draper Pool 5275 Washington Street, West Roxbury, MA 02132 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/22, 12:00-2:00

Roslindale Community Center 6 Cummins Highway, Roslindale, MA 02131 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:00-1:00 Flaherty Pool 160 Florence Street, Roslindale, MA 02131 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/22, 12:00-2:00 Margaret Muniz Academy 20 Child Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 Lunch only 08/11 - 08/26, 8:00-11:00 White Stadium Sports Center Warren St. and Franklin Prk, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 Breakfast only 07/08-08/15, 8:30-9:30 MSPCC - Kids Day 3815 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 8:30-12:00 Menino BCYF Community Center 125 Brookway Road, Roslindale, MA 02131 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:30-12:00 Mary Curley Middle School 493 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 B/L 07/07 - 08/07, 8:00-1:00 Stony Brook Commons/ High Point Village 26 Blue Ledge Drive, Roslindale, MA 02131 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/14, 1:00-3:00 Parkside Christian Academy 25 Como Road, Hyde Park, MA 02136 B/L 06/30 - 08/15, 8:00-11:30 Hyde Park Community Center 1179 River Street, Hyde Park, MA 02136 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/15, 12:00-1:00 English High School Summer Program144 McBride Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/11, 8:15-12:00 (No Fridays) Irving Middle (AIP) 105 Cummins Hwy., Roslindale, MA 02131 B/L 06/30 - 08/07, 8:30-11:50 Olsen Memorial Pool Turtle Pond Parkway, Hyde Park, MA 02136 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/15,

11:15-12:15 Hennigan Elementary School 100 Heath Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 8:00-11:00 Roche Family Comm. Ctr 1716 Centre Street, West Roxbury, MA 02132 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:30-12:30 Curtis Hall Community Center 20 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:00-12:00 Academy of the Pacific Rim 1 Westinghouse Plaza, Hyde Park, MA 02136 Lunch only 06/30 - 07/18,11:45-1:15 Roxbury Melnea Cass Swim 120 Martin Luther King Blvd., Roxbury, MA 02119 B/L 06/30 - 08/29, 8:30-12:00 Vine Street Community Center 339 Dudley Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:00-12:00 Church of Christ (Ark of Cherubs) 81 Walnut Avenue, Roxbury, MA 02119 B/L 06/30 - 08/08, 9:15-12:00 Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School 6 Shirley Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 Lunch only 07/07 – 0 8/01, 11:00-11:30 Mason Pool 159 Norfolk Avenue, Roxbury, MA 02119 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/29, 1:00-3:00 Mission Hill Sports Program@Tobin Comm.Ctr. 1481 Tremont Street, Roxbury, MA 02120 B/L 07/20 - 08/22, 8:00-11:30 Orchard Gardens 906 Albany St., Roxbury, MA 02120 B/L 07/07 - 08/07, 8:00-12:30 St. Katherine Drexel 175 Ruggles St. (Rear of Church), Roxbury, MA 02120 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 9:00-12:00

Madison Park High 55 Malcolm X Boulevard, Roxbury, MA 02120 B/L 07/07 - 08/15, 8:00-1:00 Southern Baptist Church Vacation Bible School 29 Winthrop St., Roxbury, MA 02119 B/L 07/07 - 07/11, 9:00-12:00 Whittier Street Development 160 Ruggles Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 Lunch only 06/30 - 08/29, 11:30-1:30 New Academy Estate 2908 Washington Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/29, 12:00-1:00 Timilty Middle School 205 Roxbury Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 B/L 07/07 - 08/08, 8:15-12:00 Shelburne Community Center 2730 Washington Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 B/L 07/07 - 08/22, 8:00-12:00 South Boston Tynan C.C. 650 East 4th St., South Boston, MA 02127 Lunch only 07/07 - 08/22, 9:00-12:00 Up Academy 215 Dorchester Street, South Boston, MA 02127 B/L 08/20 - 08/29, 7:15-10:35 Condon Elementary School 200 D Street, South Boston, MA 02127 B/L 06/30 - 08/22, 8:00-1:00

B = Breakfast L = Lunch Meal times listed are start times for each meal (not end times). Lunch only sites have start and end times listed.


Bipartisan report. Climate change will cost US hundreds of billions


Second bridge probe linked to Christie is underway A second bridge investigation linked to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is underway, this one focusing on possible securities law violations involving the Pulaski Skyway bridge, The New York

There is a 5 percent chance that by 2100, losses will reach $700 billion, with average annual losses from rising oceans of $42 billion to $108 billion along the Eastern Seaboard and Gulf of Mexico. / GETTY IMAGES

Annual property losses from hurricanes and other coastal storms of $35 billion; a decline in crop yields of 14 percent, costing farmers tens of billions of dollars; heat wavedriven demand for electricity costing utility customers up to $12 billion per year. These are among the economic costs that climate change is expected to exact in the United States over the next 25 years, according to a bipartisan report. And that’s just for starters: The price tag could soar to hundreds of billions by 2100. Commissioned by a group chaired by Michael Bloomberg, former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson, and environmentalist and financier Tom Steyer, the analysis “is the most detailed ever of the potential economic effects of climate change on the U.S.,” said climatologist Michael Oppenheimer of Princeton University. Called “Risky Business,” the report projects climate impacts at scales as small as individual counties. Its conclusions about crop losses and other consequences are based not on computer

Steps taken

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Times reported on Tuesday. According to the Times, officials are probing whether bondholders were intentionally deceived by a $1.8 billion pact to repair the Skyway, which connects Newark and Jersey City. REUTERS

US sends more agents to border amid child immigrant crisis Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Tuesday the United States is sending more agents to the border with Mexico to help deal with a flood of undocumented children, mostly from

Central America, crossing into the United States. One hundred and fifteen experienced agents have been sent from less active areas to the Rio Grande Valley, and 150 more may join them, based on a review of operations there last week, Johnson said in testimony prepared for a congressional hearing on Tuesday. REUTERS


The report lands three weeks after President Obama ordered regulators to take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, including requiring power plants to cut carbon dioxide emissions to 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.

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Rebekah Brooks cleared in newspaper phone hacking, bribing case Rebekah Brooks, the former boss of Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper arm the News of the World, was acquitted on Tuesday of orchestrating a

campaign to hack into phones and bribe officials in a case that has shaken the British political establishment. A jury at London’s Old Bailey court cleared Brooks unanimously but found Andy Coulson — her former lover and Prime Minister David Cameron’s ex-media chief — guilty of conspiring to intercept messages to break news about royalty, celebrities and victims

of crime. The conviction in one of the most expensive criminal trials in British legal history forced Cameron to apologise for BROOKS hiring GETTY IMAGES Coul-

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Secretary of State John Kerry urged leaders of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region on Tuesday to stand with Baghdad in the face of a Sunni insurgent onslaught that threatens to dismember the country. Security forces fought Sunni armed factions for control of the country’s biggest oil refinery on Tuesday and militants launched an attack on one of its largest air bases less than 60 miles from the capital. The figure includes unarmed government troops machine-gunned in mass graves by insurgents, as well as several reported incidents of prisoners killed in their cells by retreating



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You might not be alone if you haven’t watched the first season of “Rectify.� The drama aired only six episodes in 2013, and it’s on a premium cable channel. But there’s still time to catch up. “Rectify� revolves around a single event. The main character, Daniel, was convicted of a brutal rape and murder as a teenager. Twenty years later, he’s released from prison on a technicality. How can he adjust to life after 20 years on death row? Did he really commit the crime? The show is notable for its refusal to pass judgment on these and other questions. It’s all held together by the performance at the heart of the show. Aden Young inhabits Daniel with a stillness almost unique

on television. Long moments pass without him speaking. One scene saw him pull a pillow apart to joyfully watch the feathers float down like snow. “It’s a hard show to define because it fits outside of the boundaries of so much of what we’re used to, structurally, on television,� says Young. He’s not exaggerating. The first season took place across Daniel’s first six days out of prison. Young thinks the premise itself has allowed for more interesting storytelling. He describes Daniel as a man coming back to life, which explains

Daniel’s slowness in reacting to the world around him. It’s a difficult performance to calibrate, and Young jokes that “a great deal of Valium� is needed to bring himself to Daniel’s pace. That said, he calls Daniel a “gift for an actor� because of how much he listens. “If you do that, you find that those spaces where very little is happening are really filled up with a great deal of introspection and thought.�

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has achieved another important milestone for a New York actor: a guest appearance on “Law and Order.” She played a sorority girl in an “SVU” episode called “Girl, Dishonored.” Admits Udine, “I wasn’t the nicest of girls. I was part of a hazing process where we were making the girls eat cat food.” Despite the food, Udine says appearing on “Law and Order” was a “wonderful experience.” Catch “Phantom of the Opera” this month, where hopefully, any food eaten on stage will not be of the feline variety.

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Some patience, please New ‘Familiars.’ Antlers singer Peter Silberman explains how slowing down tempos helps him to be present in the moment. The Antlers have created a world in which a cheerful mariachi horn is right at home with classic soul chord progressions and the heady eady dystopian plodding of Pink Floyd. “I’ve been listening to Pink Floyd for so long that I’m sure it’s in there in a permanent way,� says singer and guitararist Peter Silberman. On “Familiars,� the band’s third album as a multi-member concern, the thing that unifies the sonic elements is patience. “That has become my way

of attempting to be present in songwriting,� says Silberman of the careful pace that defines the album. “Part of the reason that I tend to lean toward slower tempos is to negate the rush to the finish line.� Silberman says the other band members exercise patience when they’re playing but also when the singer revises lyrics right up to their deadlines. “Through the last days of recording, I was still changing words,� he admits. Although he keeps Alth himself at a slower him tempo when recordte ing, he speeds up i when he speaks w about it, still obvia ously excited to diso cuss cu the music. “I wanted it to be the truest album, but I tr think reaching some sort of state of ultimate truth is kind of impossible, and I learned that over the course of this,� he says. “There is no such thing as perfection.�

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Super salads: “Take advantage of summer produce and create healthy, tasty salads. Avoid mayonnaise and choose olive oil-based dressings as opposed to creamy. And don’t use too much. Salad dressing can ruin the healthy veggies.”


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Keep summer fun and healthy Obesity. Give kids smarter food options they’ll still enjoy at your next cookout. Barbecues, picnics and vacations are the stuff of summer fun. But the foods commonly found at such gatherings can mean more calories and unhealthy ingredients in a child’s diet. “There are a lot of opportunities to eat junk food during the summer,” says Dr. Lonna Gordon, the adolescent medicine fellow at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. “But things like barbecues and going for ice cream have to be seen as treats, and not something they eat every weekend or every day.” Gordon, who specializes in childhood and adolescent obesity, advises parents to plan the cookout or picnic menu well and prepare fruits and veggies ahead of time. “Prepare peaches, watermelon and fruit salad, and include vegetables like portobellos to grill alongside the meats.” This advice, Gordon points out, isn’t just for overweight children. “An obese child doesn’t necessarily become an obese adult, and the skinny child doesn’t necessarily stay skinny. They’re told that because they’re skinny, they can eat what they want. That’s not true.” Gordon adds that summer brings plenty of healthy up-

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sides for kids and teens, including more time outside playing. “Also, take children to the farmers market and to pickyour-own farms, and get them involved in healthy eating,” she says. But summer wouldn’t be the same without ice cream and hot dogs. Even for already overweight or obese children, Gordon advises parents not to ban outright foods that kids’ siblings and friends are enjoying. “We don’t want to stigma-

tize [obese] children by separating them out from their friends or by denying them,” says Gordon. “One plus is that kids have time on their side,” she says. “They still have time to grow, which is why we don’t put kids on diets. They need a wide variety of foods, including carbs and fats. It really is a matter of moderation.” LINDA CLARKE @MetroBOS

A recent study of heroin use shows that it’s on the rise among young people. But a dealer may not be where teens are getting their first fix. “A lot of them are going over to a friend’s house after school, and they’re going straight to the medicine cabinet; it’s like a candy store for them,” says Neil Gaer, director of clinical affairs at Phoenix House New England. “That’s how they become addicted, especially if they’re getting opiate-based narcotics.” Marijuana is still the drug of choice for slightly more than half of the young patients at Gaer’s chapter of Phoenix House, a national nonprofit network of substance abuse treatment cenStats

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Kids should be off-limits Re: ‘OK with the edge’ (Metro, June 24) I read the interview with Whitney Cummings, and I couldn’t help noticing that the article never mentioned that Cummings once called Sarah Palin’s son “that retarded thing that came out of Sarah Palin’s vagina.” I can just imagine the uproar that would have resulted if Cummings had


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It isn’t the honest, responsible American that is the threat. It is the goons and thugs on the street. Take away decent citizens’ guns, and I can assure you things will get worse. Go after criminals, not us citizens who have earned the right to protect ourselves! I am a 68-year-old widow. I live alone. I feel a lot safer with my Beretta than when I only possessed a whistle! PAT DOUGHERTY, VIA EMAIL

Re: ‘Put down guns, pick up peace’ (Metro, June 24) When will people realize that gun control will solve nothing?

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