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07 Sports p/18 Flyers move into 1st • , , / / Temple receives anonymous $5M gift in the mail PHILADELPHIA. The checks to Tem- ple University really were in the mail — for $5 million. It was a total surprise for the school to receive the anonymous donations, which arrived in a pair of nondescript envelopes sent via U.S. mail from a bank in Arizona, said Stuart Sullivan, Temple’s senior vice president for institutional advancement. One envelope contained a $1 million bank check for the uni- versity to use however it choos- es, Sullivan told The Associated Press yesterday. The second held a $4 million check to endow a scholarship for women and mi- norities. Entertainment page 13 Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., campaigns with California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, left, at a rally in San Diego, Calif., yesterday on Super Tuesday. McCain swept states all over the East Coast, bringing himself closer to winning the delegates needed to get the Republican nomination. Why Vampire Super Tuesday has Weekend doesn’t suck Style page 09 McCain celebrating GOP nomination is close at hand; Clinton and Obama battle on Fashion Week: . Sen. John McCain campaign on. “The one way you Hits and swept a string of delegate-rich, Clinton Obama can’t win a race is to quit it, and . Local pols are hopeful Pennsylvania’s primary will still East Coast primaries Tuesday until somebody beats me, I’m go- misses night, reaching for command of Big wins on Super Tuesday ing to answer the bell for every mean something come April. Read more on page 02 ›› the race for the Republican presi- New York Georgia round of this fight,” he said. dential nomination. Democrats Massachusetts Alabama Romney, the former governor Hispanics and experience-seekers Hillary Rodham Clinton and New Jersey Delaware of Massachusetts, won a home back Hillary, but Obama draws Barack Obama traded victories in Oklahoma Utah state victory. He also took Utah, votes from women and whites. an epic struggle from Connecti- Tennessee Illinois where fellow Mormons supported Read more on page 06 ›› cut to California. Arkansas North Dakota his candidacy. He, too, breathed McCain, the early Republican defiance. “We’re going to go all Tuesday was anything but small — Entertainment page 13 front-runner whose campaign the way to the convention. We’re its primaries and caucuses were nearly unraveled six months ago, going to win this thing,” he told spread across nearly half the coun- What won in New York, New Jersey, supporters in Boston. try in the most wide-open presi- Connecticut and Delaware to Democrats played out a his- dential campaign in memory. the gain all 198 delegates at stake toric struggle between Clinton, The result was a double-bar- there. He also put Illinois and seeking to become the first fe- reled set of races, Obama and Biel? Oklahoma in his column. male president and Obama, hop- Clinton fighting for delegates as Former Arkansas Gov. Mike state. He also triumphed at the ing to become the first black to well as bragging rights in indi- Huckabee won a series of Bible Republican West Virginia con- win the White House. vidual states, the Republicans do- Belt victories, in Alabama and vention, and told The Associated After an early series of low-dele- ing the same. Georgia as well as his own home Press in an interview he would gate, single-state contests, Super Associated Press metro Edited by Ron Varrial, email@example.com Wednesday, February 6, 2008 02 philadelphia Go online for more Keep up-to-date with the day’s news — and more on what you read in today’s Metro — at philly.metro.us/metropolis. The blog is updated throughout the day. Welcome to Metro! Fitzpatrick drops out News Casinos used to be about $5 buffets where patrons A former suburban Philadelphia congressman has would try to make up their gambling losses by dropped out of a race for the state Legislature. stuffing their faces with food. Not anymore. Michael Fitzpatrick says an “emerging family Atlantic City is attempting to attract visitors by medical issue” is the reason he’s abandoning the bringing fine dining and celebrity chefs to town. campaign after two weeks. The Republican lost Read more on page 15. , his seat in Congress in 2006. National campaign will 215 & beyond Books: Young politician pens his memoir play role on local ballots . Nine months away from his second-ever elec- tion, freshman U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy is re- leasing a Aspiring pols memoir of his journey from hope Pa. still Philadelphia / to the Iraq war to an eventual a factor come seat on Capi- tol Hill. Murphy April primary Murphy’s 263-page book, titled “Taking the Hill: From Philly to Baghdad to United States Congress,” hits firstname.lastname@example.org bookstores Feb. 19. It was writ- ten with the help of Adam . Whether Frankel, a speech writer for Sen. Barack Obama and Hillary John Kerry during the 2004 Clinton are still fighting presidential campaign and who for delegates when Penn- is currently working for Sen. sylvania votes April 22 Barack Obama’s campaign. could decide whether Peg- Much of the book is based gy Benaszek wins her race on journals Murphy kept dur- for state representative. ing his tour in Iraq. / “I would prefer that Pennsylvania still be a fac- tor in the presidential race, Data: that just helps you bring out [more voters],” she said. “People may be over- whelmed in the presiden- tial race but it’s because they’re involved and trying . Percent of flights arriving on time at Philadelphia Interna- to make an informed deci- tional Airport in December sion.” 2007, according to a U.S. De- For challengers like Be- Peggy Benaszek is running for a spot in the state Legislature, and knows that the status of the presidential election will affect turnout partment of Transportation naszek, and even incum- on April 22 when Pennsylvania voters head to the polls. report issued yesterday. Only bents facing primary con- 69 percent of flights departed tests in local races for the ical watcher who started don’t usually come out for on time. / state Legislature, more an online wiki to track “I think they’ll still be struggling to get state-level races and people coming to the polls who’s running. “You’ll get people’s attention drawn to their race and would have to figure out means more variables on a lot more people coming how to connect with Politics: Election Day and more ex- out to the polls, but they’re their issues, particularly if the Democratic them. Sens: Bush plan citement. going to be coming out to race is still up for grabs.” Thomas Taylor “I think it’s going to be a short-changes N.J. The race for state auditor the polls for [the presiden- benefit to challengers,” he general sure isn’t going to tial race.]” dates to get their message According to Ray Mur- said. “[But] it could come . New Jersey’s do it. That focus on the na- out, Taylor said, especially phy, co-chair of the Liber- the other way. You could two Democratic U.S. senators “I think it’s a little bit of tional race would likely get if local TV airwaves are ty City Democratic Club, have new voters turning say the federal budget a double-edged sword,” more attention and make filled with ads for the pres- local candidates would get out and name recognition President Bush is proposing said Thomas Taylor, a polit- it harder for local candi- idential candidates. a stream of voters that helps incumbents.” would be bad for the state. Though the proposed budg- et is a record $3 trillion, Sena- Nutter’s newly elected board Pa. casino changes hands tors Frank Lautenberg and Robert Menendez say it would zeroes in on zoning solutions . A trustee will oversee a Pocono Moun- cut programs and services in New Jersey. .A proposal for a tains casino as the Pennsyl- A new boss In an analysis, the lawmakers new entertainment and mo- More to come vania Gaming Control The charges against Louis De- say the budget would cost the tion picture center on North Board took steps yesterday Naples, filed by state police, Garden State 40 percent of an Front Street was held for ad- The board, which is responsi- to deal with the slot-ma- have brought criticism that Amtrak subsidy, federal grants ditional information yester- ble for granting variances on chine casino owner who the gaming board is that help fire departments and day before the city’s Zoning proposed projects, will con- was charged with lying to inadequate to screen out ap- port security dollars. Board of Adjustment. tinue the next set of hearings the board to win a license plicants, and should hand Congress must approve the The board opted not to today. It has quickly cut down for the facility. over its investigative role to budget before it is law. rule on the proposal until on the number of variances. The board also decided the state police or attorney it receives more informa- that Louis A. DeNaples, general’s office, which have tion on parking and other to help improve the city’s who opened the $412 mil- better access to information News in brief details, according to board development process. lion Mount Airy Casino Re- from criminal investigations. . Authorities yesterday chair Susan Jaffe. The pro- In other cases, the board sort in October, will re- identified the man found in a posal was one of the most approved Cirque du Soleil main suspended from the — revoking the license Southwest Philadelphia alley important heard by the for a temporary parking casino until the charges that cost DeNaples $50 mil- along South 66th Street early new five-member board, permit on South Broad Mount Airy Casino Resort own- are resolved. However, the lion, which it has the pow- Monday as Richard Lawrence, appointed a few weeks ago Street for its summer car- er Louis DeNaples will remain gaming board did not level er to do if the panel feels 43, who lived a few blocks by Mayor Michael Nutter nival. / suspended from the casino. a far more serious penalty misled by an applicant. from the crime scene. metro Wednesday, February 6, 2008 04 philadelphia No promises of a speedy budget passage in Pa. House Minority Leader Sam Smith, R-Jefferson, was noncommittal on the prospects for a repeat of last year’s budget stalemate. “It’s really going to depend on whether the administration is willing to back down from some of the spending and taxes.” Courts Cops castigated for ‘buying’ sex . State police Clean energy revisited engaged in “outrageous” conduct when they paid . c email@example.com Once again, Rendell goes to bat for alternative energy an informant to have sex Schools would with employees of a spa . Archie Foll- on four separate occasions weiler helped drill more see huge bump as part of a prostitution in- than 100 holes in the in state funding vestigation, a judge has Kansas and Colorado land- ruled. scapes for oil companies . Public schools State police during the 1980s. — a critical element in any investigating the Shiatsu When the Kutztown na- state budget, and a particular Spa in North Whitehall tive returned to Pennsylva- focus of Gov. Ed Rendell's — Township paid the inform- nia several years ago, he would see basic education ant $180 and gave him used his past to jump-start subsidies go money to pay for sexual his fight for clean energy. up by nearly acts in the spa in 2006. “I grew up on a farm and 6 percent, or “We conclude that the I want to see us move to $291 million, decision to send the citizen cleaner energies while we under into Shiatsu Spa on four oc- still can,” said Follweiler, Rendell's casions for a smorgasbord co-founder of the Mid-At- Wind power is one example of renewable energy proposed under Gov. Ed Rendell’s budget. plan. of sexual activity violates lantic Renewable Energy He called it the principles of fund- Association. The Republican-control- the largest Rendell amental fairness,” Lehigh Many others in Pennsyl- Doomed again? led state Senate has fa- one-year in- County Judge Robert L. vania have a similar goal, vored spending about $250 crease in more than two Steinberg wrote. including Gov. Ed Rendell Many of Rendell’s budget ideas — including health care for all million toward cleaner en- decades. who yesterday reiterated residents and funding of development projects and medical re- ergy consumption — Additional tens of millions using $850 million in state search facilities — have been proposed before. None has made nowhere near Rendell’s of dollars are earmarked for a News in brief funds for expansion of al- it through the Legislature. proposal. preschool initiative, the . Balky emergency ternative energies like so- “The Republican plan purchase of laptop computers, diesel generators have earned lar and wind power in the electricity. The average res- phia-based Energy Justice I’ve heard about only goes special education and South Jersey’s Salem Unit 1 nu- $23.8 billion 2008 budget idential electric consumer Network Director Michael to conservation and reimbursements for charter clear reactor closer oversight proposed yesterday. would pay about $6 more Ewall said Pennsylvania switching out dated appli- schools. from the U.S. Nuclear Regula- Part of the energy plan, annually, Rendell said. would remain among the ances,” Follweiler said. “It Libraries, community tory Commission. The agency which has been rejected Unlike Follweiler — who worst states. only puts a Band Aid on colleges, higher-education lowered its evaluation rating twice by legislators since thinks Rendell’s expensive But both seem unlikely the problem. It doesn’t grants and universities also due to emergency diesel gen- last summer, would be paid plan does a lot toward to get their wishes anytime jump-start an industry like would get larger state erators failing to start. for by increasing the tax on cleaner energy — Philadel- soon. solar or wind power.” subsidies Wednesday, February 6, 2008 metro Bank teller gets holdup man to take off hood Police said a 33-year-old homeless man attempting to rob a bank walked into Integrity Bank in York last week wearing a hood, but when the teller behind the counter asked him to remove the hood, he did, giving security cameras a clear view of his face. philadelphia 05 BUSINESS BEAT Questions? Comments? Contact Business Beat reporter Solomon D. Leach at firstname.lastname@example.org. All about the right style . It was a year af- Just for kids Nation’s top franchises: 1 Club Z! 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Keith Libou, DMD. metro Edited by Mark Bulliet, email@example.com Wednesday, February 6, 2008 06 in the nation Chelsea’s ‘politicking’ chastised Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton’s visit to New Haven, Conn., poll workers Tuesday prompted state election officials to caution that politicking within 75 feet of polling sites is against state law. Reporters told state officials that Clinton brought poll workers coffee and talked with a firefighter at a New Haven precinct. AP In the Nation Together, nation decides Who’s it gonna be? New York Winner: McCain Massachusetts Winner: Romney 51% In unprecedented ‘national primary,’ 51% minds made up from coast-to-coast “I literally just woke U.S.A. eral elections, which are Illinois New Jersey Winner: McCain up,” said Mona Reese in Phoenix, Ariz., apologizing SUPER fought mostly in a few bat- tleground states. Utah Winner: Romney Winner: McCain 48% 56% Connecticut for tousled hair and a TUESDAY Voters found themselves Winner: McCain makeup-free face. “I’m in lines all over the country 85% West Virginia Winner: Huck 52% so sorry. It’s that impor- some of the most brutal thinking about the intri- tant. To wake up at 5:45 cold of the winter, voters cate details of health care 52% Delaware Winner: McCain in the morning to get down trudged through a foot of proposals, or the delicate 45% here and vote.” new snow in some places state of Iraq, or which Re- The enthusiasm was not to get to caucuses. publican matched up best Arizona (off map) uncommon on a day like In lower Manhattan, vot- against which Democrat, Winner: McCain no other in American poli- ers in the New York pri- or the other way around. 51% tics, a scramble of primar- mary elbowed their way In what amounted to a ies and caucuses that went past euphoric New York Gi- national primary — or Arkansas Winner: Huck coast-to-coast — and be- ants fans, through tons of maybe a national semifinal 51% yond, to the South Pacific fluttering confetti, to get to — 24 states held primaries Alabama island of American Samoa. polling places close to the or caucuses, the Republi- Huck This Tuesday was more Super Bowl victory parade. cans with 1,023 delegates 41% than Super. It was a day in The geographic scale was at stake in 21 contests and which more people than unprecedented for a pri- the Democrats with 1,681 ever before had a say in mary season — and, in a at stake in 22, plus Ameri- who would be left standing way, bigger than most gen- can Samoa. AP to wage the long campaign SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES New York Winner: Clinton for the presidency. Massachusetts And it produced democ- 57% Winner: Clinton 56% racy in some of its most dramatic forms. Minnesota Winner: Obama In Alaska, battered by North Dakota 64% Winner: Obama 61% New Jersey Winner: Clinton No quit in Kansas Winner: Obama 54% Connecticut longshot 73% Delaware Winner: Obama Winner: Obama 51% Huckabee Illinois 53% WASHINGTON. Republican Winner: Obama presidential hopeful Mike Gloria Trujillo votes in the the Su Nueva Laundromat in Chicago. 65% Huckabee said last night he Tennessee Winner: Clinton would press on with his White House candidacy, For Dems, fight’s just begun 59% emboldened by wins in the WASHINGTON. Hillary Rod- ing delegate counting. In Oklahoma South. ham Clinton captured early results, Hillary Rod- Winner: Clinton Arkansas “The one way you can’t needed states last night ham Clinton won primaries 55% Winner: Clinton win a race is to quit it, and even as Barack Obama ate in Oklahoma, Arkansas, 72% until somebody beats me, into her traditional base of Tennessee, New Jersey, New Alabama Georgia I’m going to answer the support on a topsy-turvy York and Massachusetts. Winner: Obama Winner: Obama bell for every round of this night where a ballot victory Barack Obama was the vic- 58% 62% fight,” the former was not the only measure tor in Georgia, Delaware, Arkansas governor said. of success. The grand spec- Alabama and Illinois and Huckabee won in West tacle of Super Tuesday's nom- the North Dakota caucus. Highlights OBAMA: CLINTON: McCAIN: HUCKABEE: ROMNEY: Alabama New Jersey New York W. Va. Mass. Virginia, Alabama and his inating contests marked a Altogether, 22 states were home state, and at press turning point in the Demo- in play but neither candi- 56% 54% 51% 52% 51% time, early returns showed him leading in a few more cratic presidential contest from euphoric election date was to emerge with enough delegates to secure states. AP night victories to painstak- the nomination. AP Results are based on called races and returns available at press time. Mardi Gras super-powered ANN HEISENFELT/AP News in brief Qaida regrouping, intel chief asserts THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a guru in jubilant French Quarter WASHINGTON. Al-Qaida, in- to the Beatles who introduced NEW ORLEANS. Fat Tuesday 49, simply taped a sign to creasingly tamped down in the West to transcendental and Super Tuesday collided her back showing Sen. Clin- Iraq, is using Pakistan’s meditation, died at his home in on the streets of the French ton dressed as George tribal region to train for at- the Dutch town of Vlodrop, a Quarter, where revelers Washington and reading, tacks in Afghanistan, spokesman said. He was added a distinctly political “Monica Lewinsky’s X- Africa and the U.S., the U.S. thought to be 91 years old. AP flavor to the city’s annual Boyfriend’s Wife for Presi- intel chief said. “Al-Qaida bash. Among the men in dent. 2 for 1 Sale.” Mardi remains the pre-eminent WASHINGTON. President Bush pink baby-doll pajamas or Gras a.k.a. Fat Tuesday is the threat against the United threatened a veto in the leather loincloths and the end to the pre-Lenten Carni- States,” Mike McConnell debate to update terrorist sur- women flashing flesh for val season. The celebration told a Senate hearing. The veillance laws, assailing Demo- beads were some whose characterized by family next attack on the U.S. will cratic plans to deny protection costumes had political friendly parades uptown most likely be launched by from suits for telecom firms themes. Louisiana voters and in the suburbs — and al-Qaida operating in those that let the government spy on don’t head to the polls till by heavy drinking and lots “under-governed regions” U.S. residents. The threat came Saturday, so many let their of near-nudity in the French of Pakistan, Adm. Michael in a letter to Senate leaders costumes make political Quarter — ends 12 days of Spectators soak in the scene — and their own fabulousness — Mullen planned to tell from top federal officials. AP statements. Kim Disselliss, parades and parties. AP on a Bourbon Street balcony yesterday. Congress today. AP Wednesday, February 6, 2008 metro From startup up to top dog Founded in 1980 by Ted Turner, the Atlanta-based CNN — an initialism for “Cable News Network” — revolutionized television with the concept of around-the-clock news. The Persian Gulf War in 1991 catapulted it past the “big three” TV networks. special report 07 CNN’s race to be the best firstname.lastname@example.org “Political : coverage is With nearly half the nation at polls, Metro still where goes behind the scenes as Election Center goes live. CNN earns Wolf Blitzer likely didn’t its lunch sleep much last night. The same goes for Ander- money.” son Cooper, Lou Dobbs or anyone else working on bates as proof the strategy CNN’s election coverage. is working. With results from the “People eat this stuff California primary not ex- up,” he says. “After we did pected to be sorted out un- our Congressional Black til most East Coasters are Caucus/CNN debate down into their second cup of in Myrtle Beach, I got on a coffee today, the net- bus with one of our corre- work’s political team is spondents and a couple of forced to pack a week’s our technical people, and worth of punditry, wide- Wolf Blitzer, left, on the set of “The Situation Room.” Right, the CNN control room during Super Tuesday coverage. we drove across country angle shots and pie graphs to California. We were in into two days of coverage. some people some sleep. spills over into the rest of ratings champ among ca- coverage draws eyeballs. truck stops, little towns, “We usually go live from We’ve got to get these the newsroom. There’s lit- ble news networks. Perpet- Even as it transitions big towns, big cities and 6 a.m. to midnight. But on guys down for an hour tle space here that isn’t ual third child MSNBC, from 24-hour-a-day news everybody was engaged. an event like this, we’ll do or two.” plastered with a star, an meanwhile, touted double into personality-driven There wasn’t one person coverage up here [in New It’s Super Tuesday, and eagle or some other bit of digit ratings increases in programming, political who didn’t know what York] until 1 a.m.,” says Preston is standing out- red, white and blue brand- 2007, but still trails the big coverage is still where was going on. ... So it just CNN political editor Mark side the set of Blitzer’s ing. two. That leaves CNN in CNN earns its lunch mon- works well for us.” Preston in the network’s program, “The Situation Despite slight declines in the increasingly tight mid- ey. Preston cites the Meaning no matter New York studios. “Then Room,” which spills over viewership last year, up- dle of the pack. record-breaking number who the nominees are, we might kick it down to into the network’s Elec- start Fox News remains the The cable network of viewers the network CNN hopes to be the ulti- Atlanta. We’ve got to get tion Center set, which undisputed heavyweight hopes that its political drew for its televised de- mate winner. metro Edited by Mark Bulliet, email@example.com Wednesday, February 6, 2008 08 business Business&Finance Dow takes a hit MySpace opens doors . Wall Street service-sector activity, . News Corp.’s My- Space, the world’s most users as it competes against faster-growing Facebook. plunged yesterday, driving Shrinkage which accounts for about popular social-networking Programs will be created Conrad the Dow Jones industrials two-thirds of the economy, Web site, opened its soft- and tested during the next down 370 points after in- Lingering hopes that the dropped below 50, a level ware code to outside devel- month before MySpace Debt of attitude at vestors saw an unexpected economy might avert a reces- that indicates contraction. opers yesterday, following users can access them, Ka- contraction in the service sion withered after the U.S. Economists had expected rivals Facebook, Inc. and pur said. Users will be able new Bush budget sector as evidence the service sector — its banks, another month of growth. Bebo Inc. COO Amit Kapur to embed new programs . Administration economy is sinking into contractors and stores — The data was particularly is giving programmers ac- on their profile pages. De- officials defended President recession. It was the Dow’s shrank for the first time in five worrisome given last cess to member info such velopers will retain all the Bush’s $3.1 trillion budget biggest percentage drop in years. Much of the Wall Street week’s Labor Department as friend lists, and will let revenue generated from plan from complaints by De- almost a year. talk was not about whether report showing the U.S. them build and test appli- ads, sponsorships and e- mocrats that it adds almost The volatility that pum- there’d be a recession, but economy lost jobs in Janu- cations. Adding games and commerce on the applica- $800 billion in debt and meled stocks in January re- about how bad it might be. ary for the first time in services may help MySpace tions’ profile pages. doesn’t pay for the war in turned with the news that more than four years. lure marketers and attract Iraq. White House budget the service sector shrank into the coffin from in- The Dow fell 370, or 2.9 chief Jim Nussle attacked last month for the first vestors’ minds that we’re percent, to 12,265, after lawmakers for not fully time since March 2003. in a recession,” said Todd falling 108 points Monday. News in brief funding his long-pending The Institute for Supply Salamone of Schaeffer’s In- Even if it’s near its low, . eBay intends to criminations and “improve the war request. “The debt has Management report wiped vestment Research. the market has a lot of revamp its feedback system, overall customer experience,” done nothing under this out the nascent optimism “When you see headline ground to recover. The banning negative ratings from eBay said. Sellers say it will president’s watch but sky- about the economy that numbers like this, there Dow is down more than 13 sellers about buyers, the BBC leave them vulnerable and un- rocket,” charged Senate had sent stocks surging tends to be a reactionary percent since its Oct. 9 reported on its Web site. 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Wednesday, February 6, 2008 Edited by Kenya Hunt, firstname.lastname@example.org metro “Erin Fetherston expanded “Tracy Reese’s juxtaposition of culture 09 her signature look without shiny and matte fabrics added losing the playfulness.” a glamorous feeling to fall.” Julie Gilhart, Fashion Director, Barney’s Constance White, fashion director, eBay. Style 2 3 4 A look at Fashion 1 Week in New York Thakoon Easily one of wearing Daddy-Os and cafe ta- Because fall does the smartest collections bles filled with celebs includ- not always mean an all- of the week, Thakoon ing Russell Simmons, Joan Jett black uniform, several Panichgul found new and in- and Tyra Banks. The clothes designers have thankfully in- teresting ways to play with varied between the racy (ani- corporated more color this perception through his clever mal print lurex leggings, the season. Fluid silk and satin graphic prints and precise con- shortest leather hot pants) and dresses in mauve, lavender struction. The crossing diago- demure (floral print chiffon and gray, all cinched at the nal lines on a recurring floral dresses and silk crepe flounce waist with a leather and wool plaid georgette print gave the blouses). The second part was belt, summed up this collec- illusion of quilted fabric. A a slightly less thrilling retro- tion. It all looked very grown- fuchsia “breakaway” dress, spective of some of Johnson’s up, but not so much that the meanwhile, created new di- favorite pieces from the ’70s brand’s core twentysomething mensions with ombré painted and ’80s. audience would feel alienated. cut-out bits of wool sewn on – Kenya Hunt top of a striped print. Breezy, bouncy, low-maintenance dresses paired with over- size wooly cardigans, jackets “Diane von and coats dominated this col- lection seemingly tailor made Furstenberg’s for the city’s busy young work- ing girls (the DKNY gang layering was knows its audience). The bub- wonderful and ble hemline, babydoll silhou- ette and wide leg trousers interesting. Peter return, only this time in lush jewel tones and in office- Som had a nice friendly fabrics such as tweed and corduroy. masculine/ Betsey Johnson The feminine play designer celebrated 30 Diane von going.” years in the business in two parts. The first was a Furstenberg Constance White, sexed up version of a beatnik jazz club complete with fashion director, eBay bongo-playing, striped-shirt metro Wednesday, February 6, 2008 10 opinion Gaza love that falafel Antiquated penalty Voices The lost story in the free-trade free-for-all following the fall Liaoning Provincial Higher People’s Court in of a border wall between Gaza and Egypt — in which thou- China turned down an appeal from Wang Zhendong, sands of Palestinians poured into Egypt seeking fuel, who was convicted of fraud and sentenced to smokes and car batteries — was what Egyptians craved from death. His offense: as head of Yingkou Donghua their neighbors: falafel. Palestinian chickpea-patty vendors Trading Group Co., he promised returns of 60 per- made mad money in Rafah, bucking the one-way-trade trend. cent for those who bought his ant-breeding kits. Voting Letters Today’s debate Vt. town a model What interests you more, Fat with WEST MILFORD, N.J. I loved are making headway in the halls of Congress, the politi- Tuesday or Super Tuesday? the article “Uproar as Vt. cians who are supposed to power town eyes ‘outlaw’ Bush” (Metro, Jan. 31). represent us do not yet un- derstand the depth and Christa Chakejian 35, account Jocelyn Kennard 47, maintenance William Bengochen Patricia A. Coulter I think it is great that breadth of our disgust and executive South Philadelphia 38, investigator Brattleboro, Vt., is doing dismay with their derelic- Roxborough “It doesn’t matter Northeast Philly email@example.com F something about the tion of duty. “Probably Super anyway, because I “Ha-ha, Fat Tues- crimes of Bush and Cheney. When we last faced a Tuesday ... because don’t vote until day.” or the first time, our country has the poten- Since King George has King George who labored we’re in the [April].” tial to elect its first woman or first African- overthrown our democra- to “subject us to a jurisdic- process of the American president. cy, now it is up to commu- tion foreign to our Consti- presidential cam- But don’t be fooled. This is not a race nities to take measures into tution” by “depriving us, in paign.” about race. Nor is it about gender. This elec- their own hands. many cases, of the benefits tion is and should be about the issues. Brattleboro has done the of trial by jury: For right thing! All our commu- transporting us beyond As a nation, we are at one of our most critical nities should do the same. seas to be tried for pretend- junctures. Our economy continues to struggle to MARGARET WOOD ed offenses,” we knew what find its footing. Our education systems continue to conclusion to draw: “A fail our most at-risk children each year. Health Bush ban patriotic prince whose character is care stays beyond the reach of far too many thus marked by every act individuals and families. SOUTH NEWFANE, VT. Brattle- which may define a tyrant Beyond the personalities and rhetoric, it is every boro, Vt., resident Kurt is unfit to be the ruler of a Daims has drafted a ballot free people.” These, of voter’s responsibility to peel back behind the images question petition calling course, are quotes from the seen on television or sound bites heard on radio. for the town to indict Declaration of Where does the candidate of your choice stand on George W. Bush and Dick Independence. Those who having a strong military? Or funding for public ed- Cheney for crimes against signed it were branded as ucation? Or immigration? the Constitution, and mak- radicals and, in fact, made We live in an age where ing it the law that if either outlaws by virtue of their “You have any information we need on man comes to town, he signatures. Mr. Daims and would be liable to arrest. others who drafted the the chance to any topic is simply a mouse The argument will be Brattleboro Indictment are Compete with Metro! click away. Every candidate made that such “extreme” acting in the same spirit. make history.” maintains a Web site. Even rhetorical proclamations DAN DEWALT critics of the candidates only serve to divide us fur- maintain Web sites. Issue papers are available on- ther from each other, mar- Parents must act ginalizing the demand for “...not one line and on paper. You can’t turn to a news to brag, but...” accountability, rather than NORTH PHILADELPHIA. How channel and not see a debate by the candidates promoting it. To date, the can you ask readers if they Howard Duffy Brooklyn, N.Y. and an analysis on their performance. most persuasive and believe the mayor can im- The point is that we spend more time research- productive arguments for prove the public school ing the type of flat-screen TV we want to buy than impeachment have been dropout rate? That is the educating ourselves on the type of president we based upon the role of parents. If the want to elect. Constitution, which is suf- parent has no regard for ed- T fering most egregiously un- ucation, neither will the der this administration and child. The mayor cannot his election is historic. Congress, and which make children stay in However, it’s not historic only because expressly prescribes the school. Some children need of the race or gender of the candidates. This election is historic because you make remedy to be taken should these circumstances arise. a new set of parents that will motivate, talk and nur- E-mail us! history any time you cast a vote in any And while these arguments ture them. MONIQUE GORDON Think you can caption a election. Whether it’s for president or your local photo with more wit, style dog catcher, your vote truly is your voice and the How to contact us: and sophistication than Metro? E-mail your more informed you are, the more powerful your E-mail your letters to firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep them as brief as suggested captions for the vote will be. Remember, you get the leadership possible, preferably under 100 words. Metro reserves the right to photo on the right to you deserve when you don’t invest your time mak- edit all letters. Please include your name and contact information. email@example.com Write a caption to this image! ing sure your vote is cast for someone who repre- sents the issues most important to you. The Metro cartoon Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley If you live in Pennsylvania, your primary election will be held on April 22, but you must be registered to vote at least 30 days before the election in order to participate. Find out about the candidates. Research where they stand. The time is now. You have the chance to make history. Make sure the history you make is a future you can be proud of. Patricia A. Coulter is the president and chief executive offi- cer of the Urban League of Philadelphia. Her column appears on the first Wednesday of each month in Metro. For more information visit www.urbanleaguephila.org. Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages. Opposing viewpoints are welcome. Please send 400-word submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org Metro is the world’s largest global newspaper, with more than 18.5 million daily readers in 93 major cities in 21 countries. • Metro Philadelphia 30 S. 15th St. Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 • main: 215-717-2600 sales: 215-717-2600 fax: 215-717-2627 • e-mail sales: email@example.com • Managing Director/Publisher Eric Mayberry • Philadelphia Editor Ron Varrial Distribution Manager Jerry McConnell Wednesday, February 6, 2008 metro 45° 47° TOMORROW 35° FRIDAY 35° games 11 Crossword Horoscope Sudoku Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 19. Timing is always of importance. Pisces Feb. 20-March 20. Beginning immediately, start looking ahead and life will be alot easier. Aries March 21-April 19. It’s important how you conduct yourself in front of others. Taurus April 20-May 20. Take into consideration the feelings of others. Gemini May 21-June 20. Devote your time and efforts to the types of dealings, trading 30. Fashion accessory 31. Stock ending or negotiations you enjoy doing. 32. Clear, as profit Cancer June 21-July 22. 33. Mongol dwelling Your style and finesse will win 34. Old crone you cooperation and success. 35. Freud, to himself 36. Pixel Leo July 23-Aug. 22. 38. Beat-up make others feel important 39. Band instrument and will win you extra points. 41. Shrill bark Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. 42. 1920s style (2 wds.) 43. Excursions You will learn the nice things Across 38. Yield slightly Down 44. Four quarters associates and friends are say- 1. Adds fat to 39. Kind of salad 1. Margarita 45. Hat features ing about you. 6. Horrible food 40. Understand ingredients 46. Nest on a crag 10. No problem 41. Football gain 2. Really go for Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. 47. Meager 14. _ savant 42. Zero 3. Sell down the_ 48. Downright Handle financial involvements How to play: 15. Pedro’s house 43. Wharf 4. Forest mom 49. Rippled fabric with careful consideration. Fill in the grid so 16. Guthrie of folk mu- 44. Poet’s eye 5. 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One goal will be to see how rates of events reported by the pilots compare to in- through hidden artistic creations, little-known towns formation collected in other ways by the Federal Aviation Administration. AP and unspoiled destinations. METRO/NC Travel Phuket for kids Go on a boat trip A day tour to see the James Bond island — it was featured as the vil- lain’s basecamp in “The Man with the Golden There are plenty of activities to keep Gun” — is a classic, but if you want to experience the little ones entertained in Thailand something more original, travel to Ko Panyi at dusk. dren and This fishing village built JOHAN ÖBERG parents. At ele- on poles above the sea is Metro Sweden gant hotels, in- chock full of tourists by cluding day, but you're almost cer- PHUKET, THAILAND. 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Bloody good hype Crime of fashion band’s massive hype, Vampire Weekend’s clos- est musical ancestors have to be the Kinks. It’s not so . Thanks to restrain- Why Vampire much on the surface as beneath it, where wry social ing orders and one padded cell, currently all is (relat- ively) calm in Britneyland. TheWord Weekend is taking commentary The same can’t be said for Daniel Holloway mingles with well- Kim Kardashian, who is be- over your iPod read wordplay. Add ing sued by the mother of firstname.lastname@example.org to that a clean-cut singer Brandy. 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The museum will be open until 7 p.m. 210 N. 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 215.963.0667 • www.pleasetouchmuseum.org metro Wednesday, February 6, 2008 14entertainment Feist wins Shortlist Music Prize Feist continues to win recognition from her peers, collecting four Grammy nominations — and now, winning the Shortlist Music Prize for her album “The Reminder.” The Shortlist, in its seventh year, pays tribute to artists who haven’t hit the mainstream yet. Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol and Ronnie Vannucci of the Killers were among this year’s panel of judges. AP Lufti accused TV tonight ‘American Idol’ ‘America’s Next Spicing up the menu of drugging Top Model: Sidecar’s Cajun fare puts new twist on old favorites client Spears REALITY. Shhhh, it’s OK. After T tonight these scary, awful audi- Favorite NEWS. A restraining order tion rounds will all be over and we can move on to Hollywood, where men don’t dress like Moments’ REALITY. Relive Tyra Banks’ fa- he Bite enjoys Ca- jun tastes in G-Ho this week and TheBite er in the current kitchen. We hope the spuds will re- turn with the new against the man who’s been at Britney Spears’ side during her downward Princess Leia and try to vorite moments from the past looks forward to a kitchen, but will make spiral alleges that he serenade us. At least not on TV. nine seasons of the Tyra Banks- favorite returning Arthur our way back regardless drugged her, took over her 8 p.m., FOX created/produced/hosted to the menu in South Etchells for the wild boar burrito. finances and modeling competition featur- Philadelphia. Finn McCool’s (118 S. 12th controlled ing plenty of sexy Tyra Banks The Sidecar Bar & Grille St., 215-923-3090) was the ravenous shots and invaluable words of (2201 Christian St., 215-732- firstname.lastname@example.org always a strange spot on a paparazzi wisdom from sage former su- 3429, www.thesidecar strange corner. And now, “like a gener- permodel Tyra Banks. bar.com) at 22nd and Chris- fresh draft from their rotat- as the corner has al.” 8 p.m., The CW tian has been a popular ing list, or keep the Cajun improved with the likes of The order watering hole and place to vibe going with one of the the Tbar, the eminent against Sam ‘African- eat for G-Ho locals. Recent- five beers Sidecar has from opening of Blue & Green Lutfi was Spears ly, improvements to the Abita, a brewery situated and reports that based on a American Lives’ Cajun-influenced menu just north of Lake Pont- Carmine’s Creole Café’s lengthy declaration from DOCUMENTARY. Harvard pro- make it a worthwhile trip chartrain. John Mims will be Spears’ mother, Lynne, fessor Henry Louis Gates Jr. for anyone hankering for a In other gastropub opening a restaurant who says Spears met the helps African-American taste of Louisiana and a news, the South down the block, Finn Mc- 33-year-old in October celebrities including Chris fine beer. Philadelphia Taproom (1509 Cool’s has gone under the 2007 and he “essentially Rock, Don Cheadle and Maya The new menu Mifflin St., 215-271-SPTR, knife as well. The whole moved into Britney’s Angelou explore their heritage combines bar standards www.southphiladelphia tap- space has been gutted and home and has purported in this affecting documentary. like wings and quesadillas room.com) is days away redone with bare brick to take control of her life, 9 p.m., PBS with a Cajun flair. The from doubling in size. walls and a new bar on home and finances.” standard burger gets a They’ve knocked out a the opposite wall. If The documents released ‘UFO Hunters’ New Orleans taste with a wall and are just about set you’ve ever been by by the court ordered Lutfi slice of Cajun Tasso ham, with a new dining room before, you owe it to your- to stay away from Spears. DOCUMENTARY. Is it just us or and even clichéd calamari and kitchen. Hopefully self to check out the new In a section of the order does it seem like more super- gets spiced up with perfect this will mean the return incarnation. detailing previous harass- natural nut debunkers are breading and a Creole of the sinfully delicious ment, Lynne Spears says finding their way onto televi- smoked tomato sauce that Newbold spuds (fried-to- Lutfi “drugged Britney, he sion these days? still has us buzzing. Also order potato chips served Arthur Etchells is a local has cut Britney's home Series premiere worth coming in for is the with a spicy mayo, which food blogger. Read more at phone lines and removed Tyra Banks 10 p.m., History Channel Cajun sausage, Po Boy are inexcusably off the www.foobooz.com. her cell phone chargers. Toasties and Carolina BBQ menu). There’s some story Metro does not endorse the opinions of the He yells at her. He claims METRO/AR pork. Wash it down with a about only having one fry- author, or any opinions expressed on its pages. to control everything.” AP Wednesday, February 6, 2008 Edited by Adam Levitan, email@example.com metro Poker on the radio? Believe it Griffin wins Borgata open leisure 15 . Just when you thought the poker boom was dead, something . Gavin Griffin, left, won more than just a mere $1.4 mil- like this pops up. Harrah’s has announced the launch of World Series of lion when he captured the World Poker Tour’s Winter Poker Poker Radio, a weekly show that will be hosted by Nick Geber. The Open at Borgata last week. He also became the first player to show, which airs on Mondays from 8-10 p.m., can be heard on over 200 win a WPT event, a World Series of Poker event and a European stations via the Sports Byline Radio Network. Poker tour event. Gaming Fixed limit versus no limit A.C.’s food frenzy Out with buffets, in with fine dining is the latest plan to lure visitors Daniel Negreanu . Competition Playing winning poker U from Pennsylvania slot ntil the start of the current poker boom parlors left Atlantic City with a decline in revenue that dates back to 2003, you couldn’t find for the first time in history. a No Limit Texas Hold’em cash game if The new plan for fighting you tried. Limit Hold’em ruled. But that back: a food fight. all changed once no limit tournaments With promises of new started to air on television. billion dollar develop- Back before the boom started, poker professionals ments and glitz, Atlantic played limit games to pay the bills. Like these pro City hopes to build its food players, you can become a better overall player by in- pedigree to lure visitors who aren’t solely attracted vesting the time and effort to learn both disciplines by gambling. of the game. Las Vegas has demon- So, if you’re trying to make a living playing strated that fine food will Hold’em, which is the better game to play, limit or entice visitors to a gam- no limit? Here are some factors to consider. bling mecca, and Atlantic City hopes to follow the same model. Inexperienced players generally flock toward the “It’s a huge part of the experience,” said Kevin no ;imit tables because it’s clearly the most popular DeSanctis, CEO of Revel form of the game. Having said that, where the fish Entertainment Group, go, so go the sharks! As a result, you’ll often find that which last month unveiled limit games are even softer because the pros are con- plans for a $2 billion twin- centrating on the no limit games, baiting their hooks tower casino to open in and reeling in their catch. 2010. “After gambling, food is the No. 1 reason people would come to our place.” Contrary to popular belief, Limit Hold’em is the If Atlantic City wants to more aggressive form of the game. It’s characterized elevate its dining choices, by constant raising and re-raising before the flop. On it must continue bringing the other hand, No Limit Hold’em is played more better restaurants as Las carefully since any hand could cost you your entire Vegas did, said Bobby Flay, stack. a popular Food Network celebrity chef with restau- Bobby Flay, who opened a steakhouse at the Borgata, is one of a few celebrity chefs in Atlantic City. rants in New York, Las Ve- More could be on their way with the opening of new casinos and additions. gas and since last year, At- Limit Hold’em is the game for you if you bore easily lantic City. Harrah’s Atlantic City are and crave fast action. Conversely, in no limit, the “I think that there’s “After gambling, food is the No. 1 reason building second hotel tow- game will often slow to a halt when someone is faced definitely a trend in bet- people would come to out place.” ers and MGM Mirage, Revel with a big decision. That’s uncommon in limit games ter food,” he said. Kevin DeSanctis, Revel CEO Entertainment Group and because all-in bets are rare. “What’s really interesting Pinnacle have announced is that Vegas has taken a ing.” $9 billion in new casino- plans for new, luxurious Daniel Negreanu is one of the most successful professional lot of their gambling dol- Despite financial chal- hotel projects over the developments. poker players in the world. His column runs every Wednesday. lars and shifted them to lenges in Atlantic City, de- next five years. The Borga- Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages. entertainment and din- velopers have committed ta, Trump Taj Mahal and Associated Press Gambling 101 A Metro reader vs. a journalist vs. a pro FINAL RECORD What was the key to your What did you learn from The logic behind Al Campman is a professional Overall in NFL: 28-37-2 Overall in NCAA: 23-24-1 winning picks? your losses? blackjack counting handicapper for bigboardsports.com Overall in Best Bets: 14-22-1 Total Record: 51-61-3 In football, coaching and defense is the key. Many times, this will lead to There is a fine line between winning and losing. The most important taking the underdog. thing is to stay disciplined with your Why does counting cards in blackjack center around Q money management. the 10’s? It seems to me it would help to know how many are left of each and every card, not just the ones FINAL RECORD What was the key to your What did you learn from worth 10. Jake M. Adam Levitan Overall in NFL: 31-35-1 winning picks? your losses? is the gaming editor Overall in NCAA: 30-18 In a deck of 52 cards, there are 36 non-10 value and assistant sports A Overall in Best Bets: 20-17 Pouring over the lines until I found There is no rhyme or reason to the cards and 16 cards worth 10. That comes out to editor of Total Record: 61-53-1 ones that were inflated by the NFL. Anyone who thinks they have 2.25 to one, which slightly favors the house. Metro Philadelphia public. It’s just more fun to bet on an NFL betting trend that works also When the percentage drops below that 2.25 threshold, it bad teams. needs mental help. favors the player, who would then increase his or her bet. Conversely, when the deck favors the house, the FINAL RECORD What was the key to your What did you learn from player would wager less. The player’s advantage is at its Brian Youngerman Overall in NFL: 17-11 winning picks? your losses? peak when he or she is most likely to get blackjack. is a Metro reader and Overall in NCAA: 6-3 fan of the month for Overall in Best Bets: 6-5 Allow for the fact that teams can The injury report can rarely be Mark Pilarski worked at casinos for 18 years, as everything from January Total record: 23-14 have totally different performances trusted. I’m glad I didn’t put real a dealer to a pit boss. He is now a gaming columnist. Overall fans: 66-46-3 from one week to the next. Also, money on these losers. Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org never listen to television analysts. 16 GOING OUT... with 17 ON THE SCENE SEEN AROUND TOWN has a brand new sleek and stylish design, Launch of MAMi Interactive’s Urban Philly says... and new standards. Join the city’s trendiest Groove Couture LAST WEEK... elite for this affair. Thursdays will never Be Seen! be the same. 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Don’t miss the Seven Marketing and Promotions Ladies of Urban Philly Professional Network opportunity to meet someone Tom present “Pillow Talk Thursdays—The Friday, February 8th and Diverse Philly Networking at Haru for Joyner has called a “Living Black History Confessions Edition” at Triada Lounge. The Fuzion Lounge & Grille Roshonda lounging at Urban Philly Professional Trailblazer,” and learn how Formerly called Suede, Triada is Old 460 N. 2nd St. Network’s After Work Networking Mixer After Work Mixer you can build wealth, give back to City’s newest premium lounge and Philadelphia, PA 10pm – 3:30am, 21 and older metro Edited by Jordan Raanan, email@example.com Wednesday, February 6, 2008 18 sports A trip down memory lane Sixers could honor Spectrum again The Sixers are exploring the possibility of moving their March 22 game against New Jersey to their former home, the Wachovia Spectrum. Never too early to look to next year Birds are long shots The odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl are already out. New England is the favorite at 3-1, followed by San Diego, Indianapolis and Dallas. The Eagles came in at 30-1. Report: Heat in serious Shaq trade talks Sports The Miami Heat have told Shaquille O’Neal’s representation that he should be prepared for the possibility of a trade, according to the Miami Herald. Reportedly, the Heat are in talks with the Suns through which Miami would give up O’Neal for Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks. O’Neal has been made aware that serious talks are ongoing, but that a deal is not definite. Dallas was also mentioned as a possible destination. Huge Rally Nine is no problem at all Downie’s late goal gives Flyers ninth straight win over Thrashers Flyers 3, Thrashers 2 though Martin Biron had a five-game winning streak, . Antero Niittymaki including a shutout of Ana- and the Flyers own the heim in his last start on Thrashers, especially in At- Saturday night. The Sixers used a 17-0 fourth lanta. A 2-2 tie after the second quarter run to get the win. Niittyma- Tonight period lasted through the ki stopped Flyers vs. first 15 minutes of the Sixers 101, Wizards 96 23 shots to third period. Scott Hartnell stay perfect Capitals passed to Downie from be- . Andre Iguodala in eight de- 7 p.m., CSN hind the net, and Downie scored 20 points and the cisions scored on a slap shot from Sixers stunned the Wiz- against Atlanta and Steve about 25 feet for the go- ards with a 17-0 run late in Downie scored with 4:29 ahead goal. the fourth quarter that lift- left in the third period to Downie’s goal was the ed the 76ers to a 101-96 give the Flyers a 3-2 victory only one of the night for win last night. last night. the Flyers that did not The Sixers trailed by 12 Philadelphia has won come on a power play. early in the fourth and nine straight against the Michael Knuble and showed few signs of taking Thrashers. Mike Richards also scored off on such spurt. Then the The Flyers are 13-2-1 all- for Philadelphia. Wizards got sloppy, time at Atlanta and overall The Flyers boast the missed nearly every shot have won 24 of 30 games league’s second-best power and the scrappy Sixers cap- in the series, including play, while the Thrashers italized with one of their three games this season. are No. 27 on the penalty more impressive come- Niittymaki has allowed kill. As the Thrashers’ mi- back victories of the sea- only 13 goals while going nors began to stack up, son. Rodney Carney had a 8-0 against the Thrashers. those stats become more Flyers golie Antero Niittymaki goes to the ice as he blocks a shot from Thrashers’ Steve McCarthy. season high 16 points. He earned the start even important. The Flyers moved into first place in the Atlantic Division with the win. Wednesday, February 6, 2008 metro Spagnuolo is a wanted man After Super Bowl parade, takes private jet to Snyder’s house Former Eagles and current Giants assistant Steve Spagnuolo and team owner Dan Snyder spoke by phone for 90 minutes Monday night about the Redskins coaching vacancy. Then, after yesterday’s ticker-tape parade through Manhattan, Spagnuolo was flown to Washington so the two could talk face-to-face. sports 19 Super Bowl parties a dud Playing the Field B y a fairly wide able A-listers (even if one margin, the most is crazy and the other an famous celebrity egomaniac). Tempe got to make the Chris Mintz-Plasse. Who? rounds on the Su- You may know him as Jason Raj McIntyre per Bowl party circuit last McLovin, the nerdy one- firstname.lastname@example.org week was Alyssa Milano. named geek in SuperBad. Disappointing, huh? Athletes gravitated toward A-lister Kate Hudson? him as if he were a Victo- buzz that Bengals receiver Biggs). Just showed up for the ria’s Secret model. Players Chad Johnson spent so game. Gisele? Parachuted wanted to hang with him. much time with Rudy in Saturday night and did- Huxtable from the Cosby The athletes themselves? n’t go out. ? Show (real name: Keshia It was reported that Unlikely celebrities breed Knight Pulliam), at so Arizona’s Matt Leinart was unlikely couples: There many parties, that some- booted from his VIP table Roger Clemens gave a brief statement yesterday after giving Which leads us to the first was a thing could be up. What at Ashlee Simpson’s party testimony to committee lawyers. question: What’s the deal strong would Bill Cosby think in favor of Terrell Owens, with Alyssa Milano and athletes? We know she adores baseball players about his youngest TV daughter possibly getting together with a guy who Buffalo’s Willis McGahee won a Madden video game competition, and Clemens under oath (specifically, pitchers; her raced a horse? Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlis- . Roger Clemens spoke en-time Cy Young Award resume includes Barry Zi- berger was sans girlfriend under oath for about five winner said. to, Carl Pavano and Brad Missy Peregrym, but hours to congressional Clemens, wearing a pin- Penny), but did you know The usual suspects made apparently on his best be- lawyers yesterday, then striped gray suit instead of she was at the NHL All-Star the scene — B-list reality havior. said he told them he did a pinstriped New York Yan- game two weeks ago? people you’re sick of not use performance-en- kees uniform, did not take Baseball, the NHL, and (everyone from the Hills, hancing drugs. questions from reporters. now the Super Bowl? Paris Hilton, Kim We are 100 percent “I just want to thank the Carrying a black briefcase Will she make it an un- Kardashian), the only legit positive Super Bowl 43 in committee, the staff that I and accompanied by two at- likely four-peat and actress who has dated 2009 will be complete and just met with. They were torneys, Clemens headed to turn up in New Orleans enough athletes to ri- utter bedlam: Tampa, the very courteous,” Clemens an elevator to exit the Ray- for the debauchery of val Milano unofficial strip club capi- said after emerging from burn House Office Building. the NBA All-Star game (Gabrielle Union), tal of the East Coast is the offices of the House Someone down the mar- in two weeks? Alyssa Milano and young-ish ac- hosting the festivities. Oversight and Government ble hallway yelled out the tors who Reform Committee. pitcher’s nickname, “Rock- somehow seem to Jason Raj McIntyre covers “It was great to be able et!” That drew a quick Last year, Miami appear at every par- athletes away from the field to tell them what I’ve been wave of a hand from attracted the likes of ty were scantily-clad of play. saying all along — that I’ve Clemens as he stepped in- Tom Cruise and Justin women turn up (David Metro does not endorse the opinions of the never used steroids or to the wood-paneled eleva- Timberlake — certifi- Spade, Ian Ziering, Jason author, or any opinions expressed on its pages. growth hormone,” the sev- tor. FEB., MAR., APR. TRANS SERVICE SPECIAL $59.95 *Check Pressures *Check Fluid *Clean Screen *Drop the Pan *Road Test (parts extra) metro Wednesday, February 6, 2008 20sports Make the NFL Championship game Get a new deal The Green Bay Packers signed coach Mike McCarthy yesterday to a five-year contract that runs through the 2012 season. Belichick explains walk-off A sit down . Sen. Arlen Specter and . Bill Belichick isn’t “Everybody started on to NFL commissioner Roger looking back. the field and then I got Goodell could meet next With the sting still fresh over there and I wanted to week to discuss the of the stunning Super Bowl congratulate Tom. I’ve league’s investigation into loss that ruined the Patri- been in that situation be- spying allegations against ots undefeated season, fore after the game. I want- the New England Patriots. their coach hasn’t watched ed to get over there and The two staffs are work- tape of the game yet or an- congratulate him and con- ing on setting up the alyzed everything that gratulate him on the cham- meeting, Specter’s office went wrong. pionship. There really was- confirmed yesterday. And that exit from the n’t much left at that point.” Last week, Specter, R- field with one second left He wasn’t prepared to Pa., questioned the quality after he congratulated Gi- say if his three oldest de- of the NFL investigation ants coach Tom Coughlin? fensive starters, Junior and Goodell’s decision to “I wasn’t really sure of Seau, Rodney Harrison and destroy video evidence un- the time,” Belichick said in Tedy Bruschi, would be covered by the league ear- a conference call yesterday. back. Belichick lier this season. Wednesday, February 6, 2008 metro The house that Indiana built Limestone will form new Yankee Stadium Hundreds of panels of southern Indiana limestone have been making their way to New York, where they are forming the new Yankee Stadium’s outer facade. The $800 million stadium is set to open for the 2009 season. sports 21 Sports in brief . LeBron James pleaded no contest to driving 101 mph on Vitale returns tonight Scoreboard SPORTS on TV NHL vs. Washington, 7 p.m. (CSN) New York x-late game 14 34 .292 24 his 23rd birthday in December Dick Vi- . treatment? A ban on NHL standings and was ordered to pay $259 in tale, ESPN’s hyperkinetic speaking. NCAA Men’s Basketball Atlantic Division UConn at Syracuse, 7 p.m. (ESPN) W L OT PTS fines and court costs. college basketball an- “There was a moment New Jersey 30 20 3 63 Texas at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. (ESPN2) nouncer will there I thought I’d never be x- 29 17 5 63 . Patriots defensive back call his first Tonight behind a microphone Maryland at Bost. Coll., 7 p.m. (ESPNU) Pittsburgh 29 19 5 63 Duke at North Carolina, 9 p.m. (ESPN) x-N.Y. Rangers 27 22 6 60 Willie Andrews pleaded not game in #2 Duke at again,” Vitale said. Texas Tech at Baylor, 9 p.m. (ESPNU) x-N.Y. Islanders 24 23 6 54 guilty to drug possession yes- more than #3 UNC Told he could return to x-late game terday, hours after authorities two months the air in early February, Soccer 9 p.m., ESPN USA vs. Mexico, 9 p.m. (ESPN2) TUESDAY PA lotteries said they found him with a tonight after Vitale checked the sched- Day half-pound of marijuana. recovering ule and found some NBA standings Daily Number 9-8-1 from throat surgery. serendipitous timing: He Atlantic Division Big 4 1-3-8-1 W L PCT GB Treasure Hunt 7-8-19-23-26 . Second baseman Freddy It was the cruelest of ail- could make his comeback x-Boston 36 8 .818 — Night Sanchez and the Pirates agreed ments for the man who on the biggest of stages, Toronto 26 21 .553 111∕2 Daily Number 7-5-4 yesterday on an $11 million, yelled his way to becoming the Duke-North Carolina Dick Vitale had ulcers on his x-New Jersey 20 27 .426 171∕2 Big 4 8-6-8-1 two-year contract. a household name. His game. vocal cord. x- 18 30 .375 20 Cash 5 01-12-23-25-40 metro Edited by Allison Williams, email@example.com Wednesday, February 6, 2008 22 lifestyle Housework of art DECORATING. Artist Mary Beth Flynn creates “house “It’s one of [the] — if not the most — classic pieces portraits.” Working from photos of your home, Flynn of furniture. I don’t think it’s going to go away.” produces hundreds of these paintings of mansions and Kim Shaver, spokeswoman for Hooker Furniture, which specializes in entertainment bungalows across the United States. Find out more at units. Such units have more competition for housing televisions than ever before, www.designsbymarybeth.com. METRO thanks to the growing popularity of flat-panel TVs. AP Home Streamlining secrets wall drapes cover windows and cleverly conceal floor- to-ceiling shelving. G Inside cabinets: A new set of cabinets hides unsexy file boxes while the open With a little creativity, Rashida Jones shelving is for books and knickknacks. rocks her small studio apartment 3 A defined palette keeps monizing shades in har- DESIGN. Actress Rashida a small space from looking Jones’ 400-square-foot Man- too busy. hattan studio gets a smart G Pick your colors: Start with and stylish makeover, your favorite objects and thanks to an efficient floor go from there. Jones made plan, focused color scheme her Doland Baechler print, and hidden storage. antique Persian rug and throw pillows the basis for The challenge. Even a black-and-white, blue and though she tapes in L.A., magenta scheme. Jones, who stars in FOX’s G Unify clashing pieces: A new comedy series “Un- coat of white paint pulls to- hitched” (premiering next gether different kinds of month) lives in Manhattan wood, like Jones’ formerly six months a year. An ad- mismatched coffee tables. mitted “fashion schizo- G Paint wisely: A superpale phrenic” (watch out for her Even though the furniture sticks to a neutral palette, Jones’ apart- hue, like this mellow gray- new clothing line, Laloo, ment has a groovy, well-traveled quality, thanks to bursts of color ish blue, bounces around also out in March), Jones’ from jewel-tone throw pillows. Above: Before the makeover. as much light as white décor was also all over the walls would-but also adds place. She needed a way to organize and balance the items she’d collected over be moved around to act as nightstands or coffee tables. G Arrange effectively: Turn- 2 Storagewithout sacrific- closets ing space. solutions create an element of color while making tiny confines appear larger. the years. “There was so ing the bed so that the long G Under the bed: Bulky stuff much going on: farmhouse, Moroccan, French,” she says. “I wanted it all to work to- 1 A multitasking floor plan yields four cozy hangout areas: sofa, ing the sofa between two shelves makes a comfy nook with a sense of order. side is against a wall — al- lowing it to function more like a daybed — frees up like sheets, blankets and off-season clothing re- mains out of sight and CONTRIBUTED BY gether but still have a dis- fireplace, dining and bed. G Go for nimble pieces: square footage and gives dust-free in boxes. For more information, go to tinct, slightly off-key style.” G Create symmetry: Center- Jones’ Moroccan tables can the place an airier feel. G Behind curtains: Wall-to- www.dominomag.com. Wednesday, February 6, 2008 metro Design your room ... online! Can’t decide where to put that sofa or chair? And don’t want to break your back rearranging furniture? Check out the new design Web site www.designmyroom.com, where you can see what your room can look like without lifting a finger. home 23 A fabulous and frugal home Effective cost-cutting tips for you’ll be popular in spite of your frugality. things up. Another option: tea lights. Without spend- Practice eﬃcient dishwashing budget-minded homeowners It’s all in the ing much, you can spread them around your home to Set big cooking bowls and pans in the sink. Wash packaging create an aura of your smaller dishes over . Buying all the best Refill fancy-brand soap romance and co- them, carefully brands? Not so frugal. dispensers with generic ziness. dumping sudsy water Picking through your liquid soap, says Jeanne- into the cooking neighbor’s trash? Not Marie Hudson, 36, a mar- pans. You won’t so fabulous. With the keting director for a need to use extra country’s economic publishing compa- dish soap later. health on the line, ny. Or buy a how can you save heavy ceramic Don’t add, money without or sleek subtract suffering style? Here metal To help are some ideas to live pump you fix up a the fabulous life while can use tired look- still being frugal: again and ing room, don’t again. Few buy anything new. Eco-shredding can tell the Instead, throw stuff New York writer Lexi One cost-cutting tip: Save difference, away. You’ll be that Dwyer, 31, saves shred- paper shreddings to use as and you give guests much closer to that dings from her paper packaging for fragile gifts. (and even yourself) the streamlined shelter shredder to use as packag- illusion of luxury with- magazine look, and ing for fragile gifts. And if guests arrive. out having to pay for it. you won’t be out it’s colored paper, it might any money. even look cool inside a gift Bring dessert Little lights bag. It’s green and frugal Going to a potluck? You can use Christmas Color it simple all at once. Score double points with lights the whole year Buy blank canvases dessert, says Kelly Ander- round, says Julie and paint them in vary- Cloves over candles son, 26, from Northfield, Musilek, 29, from New ing colors (maybe Instead of expensive Minn. Flour and sugar are York. Run them along variations on a shade) and scented candles, stick way cheaper ingredients the top of cabinets or at arrange on wall in a mod- some cloves into an than salad fixings, vegeta- the corner between the ern art-esque style — a ho- orange and simmer in wa- bles or meat. Also, people wall and ceiling. They’re tel trick you can steal at ter on your stove before love the dessert-bringer, so cheap and really brighten home.
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