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MENTALLY ILL
AND KILLED
NYPD officers fired 10 bullets at 34-year-old Saheed Vassell, who was
brandishing a pipe that bystanders mistook for a gun. In the wake of Vassell’s
death, Black Lives Matter activists are calling for police accountability. 4-6
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WEEKEND, APRIL 6-8, 2018
NEWS
THINGS YOU
NEED TO KNOW
WELCOME TO
METRO.US
NIKKI M MASCALI, REPORTER
My rescue pit bull, Kona, was recently
invited to have a staycation, err, “Konacation,” at the Executive Hotel Le
Soleil in Midtown to partake in its
pet-friendly amenities. Luckily, she
allowed her dad and me to tag
along as she enjoyed specially
made treats, a comfy suite and
the view from the 17th floor. Read
more about her pampered stay on
page 8 or visit metro.us.
TRUMP SAYS HE DID NOT
NYC TO LISTEN TO MUSLIM
KNOW OF PORN STAR MONEY GROUPS ON SURVEILLANCE
1
President Donald Trump, in
his first public remarks about
an intimate relationship
he has been accused of having
with an adult film star, said on
Thursday he did not know about
a $130,000 payment made by his
lawyer to actress Stormy Daniels to
keep her quiet. The White House
has denied that Trump had sex
with Daniels, whose real name
is Stephanie Clifford. Daniels has
said she and Trump had sex once
in 2006. Asked why his lawyer,
Michael Cohen, paid the money
if the allegations were untrue,
Trump told reporters on Air Force
One, “You’ll have to ask Michael
Cohen. Michael’s my attorney.”
Asked if he knew about the
payment to Daniels, Trump said,
“No.” Asked if he knew where the
money came from to pay Daniels,
Trump told reporters, “No, I don’t
know.” Cohen has said he paid
Daniels out of his own pocket. Last
month, Daniels sued Cohen to be
released from the non-disclosure
agreement she signed in October
2016 in exchange for the $130,000
payment from him. Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, said Trump’s
admission that he did not know
about the agreement bolstered his
client’s case to be released from
the deal.
2
New York City has pledged
to listen to suggestions by
Muslim groups when it
drafts new policies for investigating
political activity, part of a settlement over police surveillance. The
agreement, announced on Thursday after two years of talks, also
requires the NYPD to send officials
to meet with members of the New
Jersey-based Muslim groups that
brought the suit against the city. As
part of the 11-page settlement, the
NYPD pledged that it would not
conduct investigations motivated
by race, religion or ethnicity. “The
resolution of this case affirms and
enhances the NYPD’s commit-
ment to conducting effective
investigations to prevent crime and
terrorism,” Police Commissioner
James O’Neill said in a statement.
The Muslim groups filed suit in
U.S. District Court nearly six years
ago, demanding that the city police
stop surveillance of mosques,
businesses, college campuses and
other gathering spots as part of
its anti-terrorism campaign. Farhaj
Hassan, the lead plaintiff in the
suit, said in a statement that the
settlement was “part of a broader
effort to hold this country to
account for its stated commitment and its obligation to uphold
religious liberty and equality.”
KING FELIPE OF SPAIN RECEIVES
AMBASSADORS AT ROYAL PALACE
3
King Felipe VI of Spain, left, receives the new ambassador of the Republic of Austria to
Spain, Christian Ebner, center, at the Royal Palace on April 5, 2018, in Madrid.
NYPD INVESTIGATES CONOR TRUMP PLANS $100 BILLION
MCGREGOR AFTER BRAWL IN NEW TARIFFS ON CHINA
4
New York police are investigating an incident in which
UFC lightweight champion
Conor McGregor allegedly caused
chaos at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center
on Thursday by gatecrashing a
media event ahead of UFC 223
on Saturday. McGregor is alleged
to have entered the building
through a side entrance with his
entourage before trying to attack a
van containing Russian lightweight
contender Khabib Nurmagomedov
and other fighters as they prepared
to leave. New York Police Department spokesperson Tarik Sheppard
said they were “looking into the in-
cident” but that as of yet no arrests
or warrants had been issued. Video
footage circulated on social media
showed McGregor running in a
loading area and picking up a trash
can. Clips shot from inside the van
showed an object hitting and cracking the vehicle’s windshield before
the driver reversed away. “This is
the most disgusting thing that has
ever happened in the history of
the company,” UFC president Dana
White told website MMA Junkie.
Nurmagomedov is due to face
Max Holloway in a showdown for
McGregor’s belt, which he won in
2016 but never defended.
5
President Donald Trump
said on Thursday he had instructed U.S. trade officials to
consider $100 billion in additional
tariffs on China, fueling an already
heated trade dispute between the
world’s two biggest economies.
Trump said in a statement the
further tariffs were being considered “in light of China’s unfair retaliation” against earlier U.S. trade
actions that included $50 billion of
tariffs on Chinese goods. He added
that the U.S. Trade Representative
had determined that China “has
repeatedly engaged in practices
to unfairly obtain America’s intel-
lectual property.” U.S. stock index
futures fell in reaction to Trump’s
latest statement. Financial markets
have swung wildly in response to
fears of escalating trade tensions
between Washington and Beijing.
“Rather than remedy its misconduct, China has chosen to harm
our farmers and manufacturers,”
Trump said. The tariffs are aimed at
forcing changes to Chinese government policies aimed at transferring
U.S. intellectual property to Chinese
companies. The tariffs have stirred
fears that the countries will spiral
into a trade war that will crush
global growth.
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NEWS
The 34-year-old
had previously
been classified by
officers as mentally ill and was
brandishing a
metal pipe with a
cylindrical knob on
the top.
NIKKI M. MASCALI
nikki.mascali@metro.us
NYPD officers fatally shot
a black man after they believed he was pointing a
gun at them in Brooklyn
Wednesday
afternoon,
officials said. The man,
who police had classified
as mentally ill after previous encounters with
him, was instead wielding a metal pipe with a
knob.
Five officers were responding to three 911
Pipe-wielding man
fatally shot by NYPD
officers in Brooklyn
calls about a suspect
making threats with a
silver gun around 4:45
p.m. near Montgomery
Street and Utica Avenue
in Crown Heights, Chief
Terence A. Monahan said
at a press conference.
“The suspect then
took a two-handed shooting stance and pointed an
object at the approaching
officers,” Monahan said.
Four officers, including three in plainclothes,
fired 10 bullets, striking
the man, who was later
identified by his father,
Eric Vassell, as 34-yearold Saheed Vassell. Vassell was pronounced
dead at Kings County
Medical Center. Police on
Thursday released surveillance video and transcripts of 911 calls placed
by alarmed citizens.
Surveillance
video
shows a black man approaching people and
pointing an object at
Saheed Vassell, 34, seen here in
2011, was fatally shot by NYPD officers in Crown Heights after he was
wielding what they thought was a
firearm. FACEBOOK/SAHEED VASSELL
them. In one instance,
the man appears to point
the object at a woman
and a small child. Police
also released a photo
of the object, which appeared to be a metal pipe
that had a tube-shaped
knob at the top. “There is a guy in a
brown jacket walking
around pointing... I don’t
know, (to someone else)
what is he pointing in
people’s faces? They say
it’s a gun, it’s silver,” said
one 911 caller.
Another caller said,
“There’s a guy walking
around the street. He
looks like he’s crazy but
he’s pointing something
at people that looks like
a gun and he’s like popping it as if... he’s pulling
the trigger.”
Eric,
Vassell’s
father, told the New York
Times that his son was
bipolar and had been in
hospitals several times
over the past few years,
including after times
when he had encounters
with NYPD officers.
Residents told the
Times that Vassell, who
has a 15-year-old son, was
known around the neighborhood for doing odd
jobs for local businesses
and panhandling in a
nearby subway station.
Morgan Rousseau contributed to this article.
Crown Heights rally held
for Saheed Vassell
Following the death of
Saheed Vassell, a Brooklyn man who was shot
and killed Wednesday
night by police who mistakenly thought he had a
gun, activists held rallies
calling for justice.
“Saheed Vassell, an
unarmed black man,
was murdered by NYPD
Wednesday,” the event
page for the rally stated.
“Join us as we demand
justice for Saheed Vassell.
Black Lives Matter!”
“Justice For #SaheedVassell” began at 6 p.m.
Thursday
on the
corner of
Montgomery Street
and Utica
Avenue,
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www.metro.us
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1 person
$50,538 - $66,800
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What Happens After You Submit an Application?
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killing of unarmed
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Heights.
KRISTIN TOUSSAINT
kristin.toussaint@metro.us
New York Attorney
General Eric Schneiderman’s office is investigating the death of
Saheed Vassell, a Brooklyn man who was shot
and killed Wednesday
night by police who
mistakenly thought he
was wielding a gun.
Amy
Spitalnick,
press secretary for the
AG’s office, confirmed
in a statement that “the
Attorney General’s Special Investigations and
Prosecutions Unit has
opened an investigation into the death of
Saheed Vassell.”
This
investigation
is within the AG’s authority under Executive
Order No. 147, Spitalnick noted, which gives
Schneiderman the ability to oversee investigations of incidents
in
which
unarmed
civilians die during
interactions with police, or when there is
“significant question”
of whether or not that
civilian was armed and
dangerous.
NYPD officers fired
10 bullets at Vassell,
believing he was holding a gun when he was
holding a metal pipe
with a knob on the end.
“We’re committed to
conducting an independent, comprehensive,
and fair investigation,”
Spitalnick said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio
confirmed the AG’s office is investigating
Vassell’s death at an
unrelated news conference Thursday morning.
“This is a very painful situation, what happened in Crown Heights
yesterday. It is a tragedy
by any measure,” de Blasio said. “There’s a full
investigation going on.
I’ve also been informed
the attorney general
is going to initiate an
investigation. We will
work fully and cooperatively with him.”
The mayor mentioned Vassell’s reported mental health condition — his father told
the New York Times
that he was bipolar —
and said that aspect
itself is one piece of
the tragedy. He urged
people to reach out
to 888-NYC-WELL if
they have friends or
family members suffering from mental illness.
“If you have a family
member with a serious
mental health condition, it’s painful, it’s
challenging, it’s frustrating, it’s confusing,”
de Blasio said. “I want
to ask people to try to
break through those
feelings and pick up the
phone, because when
you call that number
you get a trained counselor who can literally
tell you step by step
what you can do to get
that person help.”
Cynthia Nixon, who
recently announced her
candidacy for governor
of New York, also commented on the fatal
shooting on Twitter.
“Yesterday, Saheed
Vassell was shot and
killed by police in
Brooklyn,” she said.
“When we say we’re
going to address gun
violence that must also
include the shootings
of unarmed black men
and women by the police.
#BlackLivesMatter.”
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8
2 bedroom
$870
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3 bedroom
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$996
1
1 bedroom
$1,254
1
2 bedroom
$1,511
1
3 bedroom
$1,740
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3
4
3
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5
6
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3
4
3
4
5
6
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$32,435
$32,435
$32,435
$37,543
$37,543
$37,543
$37,543
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$42,950
$47,700
$42,950
$47,700
$51,550
$55,350
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$45,463 - $60,120
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$62,915
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$62,915
$62,915
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$77,310
$85,860
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$85,860
$92,790
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$16,046 - $20,040
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Monthly
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Rent 1
Unit Size
Units
Monthly
Available
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Studio
$519
1
1 bedroom
$558
8
2 bedroom
$676
7
3 bedroom
$775
1
Unit Size
Units
Monthly
Available
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Studio
$822
2
1 bedroom
$882
28
2 bedroom
$1,065
20
3 bedroom
$1,224
1
Unit Size
Units
Monthly
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2 bedroom
$1,706
7
3 bedroom
$1,965
6
Household
Size 2
1 Person
1 Person
2 People
2
3
4
3
4
5
6
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3
4
3
4
5
6
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2
3
4
3
4
5
6
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Income 3
Minimum – Maximum 4
$20,126 - $26,720
$21,600 - $26,720
$21,600 - $30,560
$25,783
$25,783
$25,783
$29,829
$29,829
$29,829
$29,829
-
$30,560
$34,360
$38,160
$34,360
$38,160
$41,240
$44,280
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Income 3
Minimum – Maximum 4
$30,515 - $40,080
$32,709 - $40,080
$32,709 - $45,840
$39,120
$39,120
$39,120
$45,223
$45,223
$45,223
$45,223
-
$45,840
$51,540
$57,240
$51,540
$57,240
$61,860
$66,420
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Minimum – Maximum 4
$61,098 - $91,680
$61,098 - $103,080
$61,098 - $114,480
$70,629 - $103,080
$70,629 - $114,480
$70,629 - $123,720
$70,629 - $132,840
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How do you
Apply?
When is the
Deadline?
What happens
after you submit
an application?
Apply online or through mail. To apply online, please go to: www.nyc.gov/housingconnect. To request an application by mail, send a self-addressed
envelope to: Creston Burnside c/o Cornell Pace Inc. 542 Main Street 3rd Floor, New Rochelle, NY 10801. Only send one application per development. Do
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Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than May 21, 2018. Late applications will not be considered.
After the deadline, applications are selected for review through a lottery process. If yours is selected and you appear to qualify, you will be invited to an
interview to continue the process of determining your eligibility. Interviews are usually scheduled from 2 to 10 months after the application deadline.
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NEWS
Did you know NYC is home to
countless pet-friendly hotels?
We showcase one
of the many spots
across the city that
welcomes furry jetsetters — and gives
them amenities
that’ll make their
humans jealous.
NIKKI M. MASCALI
nikki.mascali@metro.us
Being that New York is the
largest city in the country, it may not be at the
top — or even on — the
“to visit” list of those who
love traveling with their
pets, but our concrete
jungle is actually home to
a surprisingly large number of pet-friendly hotels.
And if you’re thinking
“pet-friendly” translates
to “fleabag,” you’ll be
pleasantly surprised to
know that many luxury
boutique hotels in New
York welcome both hu-
A (very) short list of
other pet-friendly
hotels in NYC
• Sutton Court Hotel
Residences
• NYLO New York City
• Westin New York at
Times Square
• Eventi Hotel
• Stewart Hotel
• Affinia Gardens
• The Empire Hotel
• Hotel Pennsylvania
• Ink48 Hotel
• The Benjamin
• Sofitel New York
man and four-legged
guests.
One such property
is the AAA Four Diamond Executive Hotel Le
Soleil New Yorkon West
36th Street, which recently began welcoming furry
jetsetters through its Furry Comforts program.
“The whole idea was
to create a little bit of a
Kona’s favorite three things about
staying at Executive Hotel Le Soleil
TREATS! The first thing I noticed upon entering our 17th-floor
suite were three delicious bone-shaped welcome treats made of
pumpkin, barley and peanut butter that were just for me, which
is good because I don’t like to share — even though I almost had
to with Mom and Dad because they looked so good!
CREATURE COMFORTS Our room not only had a big forhumans bed and sofa, but there was also a soft bed just for me
that my parents moved over by the floor-to-ceiling windows so
I could keep my eye on my city, which brings me to… Though pampered at home, Kona clearly did not want to leave the Executive
Hotel Le Soleil New York after her “Konacation.” NIKKI M. MASCALI
THE VIEW My fur-vorite part of my stay at the Executive Hotel
Le Soleil, aside from my treats and getting a taste of the delicious
room service burgers, was our view of Midtown’s lights. I may
or may not have thrown a tantrum when my parents closed the
curtains at bedtime, and I suggest you do the same if you want to
keep watch all night as I did after they reopened them.
getaway for travelers and
their four-legged friends,
whether for a quick
weekend or a staycation,”
said General Manager
Paul Ridguard.
The Executive Hotel Le
Soleil provides gourmet
treats, plush pet beds,
bowls, toys, lavender-
scented poop bags and
dog-walking services can
be arranged should parents want a night on the
town sans the fur-kid.
The concierge can also
provide a list of nearby
pet-friendly restaurants,
parks, pet boutiques and
groomers, including The
Pet Maven, whose staff
comes to the hotel. Like most pet-friendly
hotels, Le Soleil has a
weight limit (40 pounds),
a two-pet maximum and
a surcharge ($150), which
covers a post-checkout
deep clean as the hotel
does not designate any
of its 161 rooms, 96 of
which are suites, or floors
as pet-only.
“The idea behind that
is people book all kinds
of rooms and because
you have pets, you don’t
necessarily want to be rel-
egated to a certain floor
or room,” Ridguard explained.
While Executive Hotel
Le Soleil sees about one
or two pet guests a week,
“we’d love to see more
coming into the hotel to
create a more paws-itive
experience,”
Ridguard
added.
For a first-hand take
from a pet’s point-of-view,
let’s turn the story over to
Kona, this reporter’s rescue pit bull, who recently
enjoyed an overnight
“Konacation” at the hotel.
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The New York City Housing Authority has failed
to maintain hundreds
of playgrounds in public
housing
developments
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putting thousands of children at risk.
Stringer’s office re-
leased an audit on
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the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) did
not properly maintain 549
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Those
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equipment, some with
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“Jagged exposed metal
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These
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For 25 developments
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and connected communities” for everyone in public housing.
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auditor review all of our
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A study of cellphone radiation on
rats had the exact
opposite results
you’d expect.
MICHAEL MARTIN
letters@metro.us
Since we’re already living
in Bizarro World, consider
this: What if decades of
rumors about cell phone
radiation were totally
wrong? What if, instead of
causing cancer, it actually
helps you live longer?
That’s what a writer for
Mother Jones said newly
released animal research
appears to show.
Kevin Drum examined the National Toxicology Program’s final
draft report, a study of
the effect of cellphone radiation on rats. What he
found was just about the
opposite of the worst-case
scenario about radiation
and cancer. Rats with no
exposure to radiation died
younger, and radiation
exposure appeared to prevent the most common
fatal disease in the species.
The specifics of the cellphone radiation study
“The study found that
a very small number of
male rats exposed to radiation developed malignant gliomas, though
oddly, there was no doseresponse effect: rats exposed to low levels of radiation developed gliomas
at the same rate as those
exposed to high levels,”
Drum wrote. “In any case,
the overall effect was not
statistically
significant.
Female rats showed no
ill effects at all. The same
was true for schwannoma
tumors (which are often
benign): male rats showed
a small increase while female rats didn’t.”
The study said there
was “some evidence” of
cancer-causing
activity
based on those schwannomas, but it was low and
confined to males.
Drum also pointed out
this finding in the report:
“In males, survival was
greater in all exposed
groups compared to sham
controls, though it was
statistically
significant
only in the 1.5 and 3 W/
kg groups. Survival in the
sham control group was
28 percent compared to
48 percent, 62 percent
and 48 percent in the 1.5,
3, and 6 W/kg groups, respectively.”
In other words, the rats
that weren’t exposed to radiation lived less than half
as long as rats exposed to
the medium dose of radiation. And rats exposed
to the most radiation still
lived longer.
The authors said the
control group largely died
of kidney disease, which is
common in the strain of
rat used for such studies.
But the groups exposed
to radiation had less occurrence of the disease —
and the higher the radiation dose, the less disease
there was. The study’s
authors said the radiation
may have reduced inflammation that tends to cause
the illness.
The peer review of the
study was held last week,
Drum said. The review
panels voted to accept the
report’s conclusions. But
there was no discussion
of the longevity findings.
“I’m not sure what we
should make of this,” he
wrote.
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WKND
Cena stars
alongside Leslie
Mann, Ike Barinholtz and more.
Cena at Summerslam in 2015.
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Wrestling made John Cena a better actor
The “Blockers” star
puts it down to the
special bond between
the WWE and its
audience.
GREGORY WAKEMAN
Gregory.Wakeman@metro.us
It’s no surprise that John
Cena’s acting career is
on an upward trajectory.
First of all, the monstrous
success of Dwayne Johnson’s cinematic efforts
helped pave the way
for wrestlers, and we all
know how Hollywood
likes to copy a winning
formula.
Cena is different from
Johnson, though. Because
off the back of his hilarious scene-stealing turn
in “Trainwreck,” he’s
remained in the comedy
genre with “Blockers,”
where he once again
more than holds his own.
Like Johnson,
Cena has stuck to his
strengths, mostly because
of the huge respect that
he has for the audience.
Cena recently told Metro
that respect is something
that he carried over from
his wrestling career, and
took the time to touch
upon his turn in “Blockers,” too,
What originally attracted
you to “Blockers”?
Well, the story was damn
good. It was subject matter that stands the test
of time. It’s about young
women becoming adults,
and their parents’ inability to understand that.
Do you get nervous
about doing comedy?
I’m excited by it. When
you walk into the film
and know there are
intensely funny people
in the comedy, you feel
relaxed. If I was the only
one in it we’ve got some
trouble with!
Did you try and get
to know your co-stars
beforehand?
Each of us had some time
to bond. It was limited,
but for the best. The
movie’s about parents
becoming friends because
their kids are friends.
And the current situation
in the movie is that their
friendship has almost dissipated. And that played
in our favor, in a way.
Even though [my character] is trying his best as a
dad, he’s very distant in
what’s going on with his
actual daughter.
With “Trainwreck” and
now this, it feels as
though female comedic
voices get the best out
of you.
I wouldn’t restrict it to
gender. I’m just fair and
have an open mindedness when I walk in.
Sometimes I don’t get
all the jokes. But being
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and knowing I’m just a
small piece, allows me
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Mikkeller Brewing NYC
Citi Field is already New
York City’s best food
hall, and now it’s added
a brewery to the roster.
Tucked beneath right
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new Queens home base
of one of the world’s
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for Mets fans. Pull up
one of the many seats
in the 10,000-squarefoot taproom and spend
innings sipping through
the 60 craft beers on tap
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an eclectic food lineup
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Danish nosh by chef
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Right Field gates on 126th
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Radegast Hall
& Biergarten
Williamsburg’s Radegast Hall & Biergarten
has the hallmarks of an
authentic biergarten,
with all the right mostly
German but also Czech,
Italian and British beers
flowing. But what makes
it a family-friendly favorite of the neighborhood
is its large, sunny dining
room, where you’ll find
live music nearly every
night, and the giant
outdoor grill turning
out delicious brats and
sausages for the climatecontrolled back patio.
113 N. Third St., Brooklyn,
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Coney Island Brewery
When you open a brewery next to Brooklyn’s
amusement park by the
sea, you’d better bring
the fun. Coney Island
Brewery has definitely
carved out its own beer
identity with fun flavors
like the Cotton Candy
Kölsch served on its
large shaded front patio.
They even have their
own “ride” — a free tour
of the brewery. 1904 Surf
Ave., Brooklyn, coney
islandbeer.com
Clinton Hall at the
Seaport District
South Street Seaport is
the city’s oldest berth,
with roads still paved
with cobblestones and
the architecture of a
seaside town. A growing
number of entertainment options are giving
it new life as one of
New York City’s most
exciting destinations. At
the heart of it is Clinton
Hall, a two-story beer
hall with 20 rotating taps of whatever
they’re excited about
at the time, with a few
surprises like cask-conditioned ales, a menu of
20 burgers, plus tons of
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You might be dubious about the graffiticovered hallway, but
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Beer Garden
One of the city’s original
beer gardens remains
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its own zip code — when
the weather warms
up, the massive garden
full of picnic tables and
a giant screen is the
best place to be for live
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Queens, bohemianhall.com
Bierstrasse Harlem
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SPORTS
A star-studded Masters
on tap for this weekend
The Masters are underway at Augusta
with Tiger Woods as
the headliner.
EVAN MACY
evan.macy@metro.us
The 2018 Masters has
some juice to it.
Most notably because
it seems to be shaping
up as a battle between
the 40-something monsters of the game (Tiger
Woods and Phil Mickelson), the 30-something
veterans (Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson)
and the young guns
(Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and others).
The
generational
divides have coalesced
to bring something for
everyone at Augusta
National this week and
it could make for one
of the most viewed and
anticipated Masters in
years.
Of course, this all
begins and ends with
Woods.
The 42-year-old will
play in his first Masters since 2015 and is
preparing hard. Before
a jovial practice round
with Mickelson Tuesday,
Woods reportedly practiced at Augusta twice
Tiger Woods was plus-1 on Day 1 at the Masters. GETTY IMAGES
last month. His game
is reinvigorated, as he
seems to be firing on all
cylinders after impressive showings at the
Valspar Championship
and Arnold Palmer Invi-
tational in March. He has
become a betting favorite in Las Vegas.
“He’s got a great
chance,” said McIlroy —
a golfer missing only the
Masters from his grand
slam resume. “Look at
how he’s played the
last few weeks. He’s
had four wins here.
He’s very comfortable
around this golf course,
and his game is right
there. Any time Tiger
Woods is healthy and
in this sort of form, he’s
dangerous at any golf
tournament. But given
his history here, I think
even more so.”
The early returns
Tiger Woods did not have a
great first day at the Masters
Thursday as he finished plus1. Woods struggled early
on the back nine but birdies
on Nos. 14 and 16 salvaged
his day.
“I played the par-5s very
sloppily today,” Woods said.
“That was the difference in
the round.”
Woods will tee off at 1:27
p.m. on Friday.
Woods had a spectacular
first day when compared to
defending Masters champ
Sergio Garcia, however. Garcia hit five balls in the water
at the par-5 15th hole and
made a 13, tying the highest
score ever on any hole at the
tournament.
Mickelson, too, is
playing well. He’s routinely finished in the
Top 10 this year with a
win in Mexico and second at Pebble Beach.
This duo will command
massive galleries this
weekend.
As will the younger
guys. Sergio Garcia is
seeking to defend his
title while Spieth is
still chasing the green
jacket he let slip away a
few years ago. McIlroy
has won this season —
in dominating fashion
as have Watson, Justin
Thomas, Jason Day and
Justin Rose.
It’s an impressive ledger of winners to be sure.
If any of them can “upset” Tiger and capture a
second win on the year
it will be an understandably tough task.
Isles’ Tavares ‘looking forward to the future’
All the New York Islanders have to look forward
to now is the sweet
release that is the end
of the regular season,
though there will be a
summer of nerves ahead
of them.
Once slated to make
a serious charge toward
postseason contention
in 2017-18, the Islanders ran out of gas in the
season’s final stretch as
they went from Eastern
Conference Wild Card
holders to dead last in
the Metropolitan Division with just one game
left to play after their
regular-season home finale against the Rangers
Thursday night.
In an all-too-familiar
sight, the Islanders
seem dysfunctional
yet again thanks to
management that willfully ignored the team’s
needs at the trade
deadline and let them
plummet to mediocrity.
It couldn’t have
come at a worse time
considering
their star
and
captain
John
Tavares
will
see
his contract expire at
the end of the year,
making him the biggest
free agent available this
offseason.
His
future with
the team
has been a
hot-button
issue for the
better
part
of the
last 18
months, though neither
Tavares nor the organization has disclosed
much about negotiations or lack thereof.
It hasn’t stopped Tavares from performing
at a high level. Prior to
Thursday’s tilt against
the Rangers, which
could have very well
been his final home
game as an Islander, he
recorded 36 goals and
47 assists. It was only
two goals away from tying a career high set in
2014-15 and just three
helpers from drawing
even with his best from
2011-12.
With 83 points, it is
just the third time in his
career that he eclipsed
the 80-point plateau,
the first time in three
years.
But Tavares has some
surprising company in
the 80-plus point club
this season in the form
of rookie Mathew Barzal, who is the frontrunner for the NHL’s Calder
Trophy as league Rookie
of the Year.
Tavares was quick to
point out the kind of talent Barzal has become.
“His game keeps
getting better and he’s
just scratching the
surface,” Tavares said
via Newsday’s Andrew
Gross. “There’s a lot of
excitement in our group
for him. Especially a guy
with his talent and his
drive to be successful.
I’m excited to finish the
season with him and
looking forward to the
future.”
For fans looking for
any shred of a hint of
whether Tavares will
stay or not, the last
part of that quote is
somewhat promising.
Though, he could be
speaking of a future
where they would only
be playing together on
the Canadian national
team.
Regardless, Tavares
continues to say the
right things about an
organization that has
been so wrong so often
over the past three
decades. JOE PANTORNO
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SPORTS
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Switch to RT could fix Giants’ Flowers
With Nate Solder
now on board, the
Giants can move
Flowers.
KRISTIAN DYER
sports@metro.us
Ereck Flowers won’t get
a chance to tape over his
first three years in the
NFL. Instead, the New
York Giants offensive
tackle is going to get a
chance to erase it.
Much has been written about Flowers, the
Giants first-round pick
three years ago who has
struggled to live up to a
moderate level of success,
let alone the hype of
being a top-10 pick in the
NFL Draft. Yet with a new
head coach in Pat Shurmur and the addition of
Nate Solder as the team’s
starting left tackle, Flowers is going to get a shot
to chance his reputation.
Instead under new
offensive line coach Hal
Hunter, there will be the
Tackle Ereck Flowers showed decent improvement for the Giants last season. GETTY IMAGES
opportunity to change the
narrative entirely.
“Until you actually get
your hands on somebody
and work with them ...
nobody is a real blank
slate. He’s had a high
school coach, he’s had a
college coach, I believe
he’s had two coaches here
since he’s been here at
the Giants. So, everybody
has different ways, so
sometimes you have to
erase the tape,” Hunter
said. “Sometimes you
can’t just re-record over
it. So, it’ll take some time
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things that we want him
to do then, but I know
both his offensive line
coaches that he’s had in
the past. I’ve known them
for a long time and they
were very experienced,
very highly thought-of
coaches in this league.
And I know things that
they teach are fundamentally sound.”
Hunter spoke at the
Giants team facility on
a day when the team
made a number of the
new hires on Shurmur’s
coaching staff available to
the media.
In all likelihood,
Flowers will move from
left tackle to right tackle,
a move that in theory
should take some pressure off of him. As a rookie in 2015, he was shifted
from the right side to the
blindside when injuries
necessitated the move.
Flowers struggled
his first two years in
the league although he
showed improvement
last year in both pass
protection and his run
blocking. Perhaps another
step forward is possible
under Hunter, a longtime offensive line coach
who said he’s talked with
the young tackle several
times on the phone already this offseason.
“Yeah, the left side
or the right side, I don’t
think the assignments
are that tough. It might
not be quite as hard, but
it would be like — I golf
right-handed — if all of
a sudden I have to golf
left-handed. It’s going to
be awhile. He’s been playing left tackle for a long
time,” Hunter said.
“He’s been playing it
in college and I remember we had a pre-draft
visit with him, I met him
at the Combine a few
years ago. Good, solid left
tackle. So, the footwork
is going to be different.
Everything is going to be
just the opposite and he’s
a good enough athlete
that he’s going to be able
to adjust to all of that,
but it’s like anything.
You’re writing and all
of a sudden you guys all
have to write left-handed.
You can do it, but it takes
some time to adjust. So,
there has to be patience
on the learning curve.
Like again, the better
the athlete, the easier
the transition and he is
a good athlete.”
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NOTICE OF SALE
IN FORECLOSURE STATE OF
NEW YORK SUPREME COURT:
COUNTY OF QUEENS WELLS
FARGO BANK, N.A.,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
WACHOVIA MORTGAGE, FSB,
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
WORLD SAVINGS BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff, vs. ROOPDAYE
RAMSAHAI, et al., Defendants
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT In
pursuance of a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale entered in the
office of the County Clerk of Queens
County on October 23, 2017, I, Gary
M. Darche, Esq., the Referee named in
said Judgment, will sell in one parcel
at public auction on April 20, 2018 at
the Queens county Supreme Court,
88-11 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica,
County of Queens, State of New York,
at 10:00 A.M., the premises described
as follows: 101-35 130th St South
Richmond Hill, NY 11419
SBL No.: 9498-76
ALL THAT TRACT OF PARCEL OF LAND
situate in the Fourth Ward of the
Borough and County of Queens, City
and State of New York The premises
are sold subject to the provisions of the
filed judgment, Index No. 706091/15
in the amount of $517,895.71
plus interest and costs.
Todd Marks, Esq.
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
Plaintiff's Attorney
700 Crossroads Building,
2 State St. Rochester, NY 14614
Tel.: 855-227-5072
52462
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT:
QUEENS COUNTY.
NYCTL 1998-2 TRUST AND
THE BANK OF NEW YORK
MELLON, AS COLLATERAL
AGENT AND CUSTODIAN FOR
NYCTL 1998-2 TRUST, Pltf.
vs. DAVID SINGH, et al, Defts.
Index #704224/2016. Pursuant
to judgment of foreclosure and
sale entered February 9, 2018,
I will sell at public auction in
Courtroom #25 of the
Queens County Supreme Court,
88-11 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica,
NY, on Friday April 27, 2018
at 10:00 a.m. prem. k/a
Block 11750, Lot 93.
Sold subject to terms and
conditions of filed judgment
and terms of sale and
the right of the United States
of America to redeem within
120 days from the date
of sale as provided by law.
NICOLE D. KATSORHIS, Referee
LEVY & LEVY, Attys. For Pltf.
12 Tulip Dr., Great Neck, NY
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF QUEENS
WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A., Plaintiff AGAINST
MARINA T. RODRIGUEZ
INDIVIDUALLY AND AS
SURVIVING SPOUSE OF
MICHAEL T. RODRIGUEZ,
et al., Defendant(s) Pursuant to
a Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale duly dated January 12,
2018 I, the undersigned Referee
will sell at public auction at the
Queens County Courthouse in
Courtroom #25, 88-11 Sutphin
Boulevard, Jamaica, New York
on April 13, 2018 at 10:00AM,
premises known as 118-62
RIVERINGTON STREET,
SAINT ALBANS, NY 11412.
All that certain plot piece or
parcel of land, with the buildings
and improvements erected,
situate, lying and being in the
Borough and County of Queens,
City and State of New York,
Block 12451, Lot 38.
Approximate amount of
judgment $348,764.43 plus
interest and costs. Premises will
be sold subject to provisions of
filed Judgment for
Index #20871/13.
Kerry J. Katsorhis, Esq., Referee
Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff
1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221
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NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF QUEENS U.S.
Bank Trust, N.A, as Trustee
for LSF0 Master Participation Trust,
Plaintiff AGAINST Natalie Lawes
a/k/a Natalie T. Lawes; et al.,
Defendant(s) Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale duly dated July 25, 2017
I, the undersigned Referee will sell at
public auction at the Queens County
Supreme Courthouse, Courtroom
#25, 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard,
Jamaica, New York on April 13, 2018
at 10:00AM, premises known as
241-09 Weller Avenue, Rosedale,
NY 11422. All that certain plot piece
or parcel of land, with the buildings
and improvements erected, situate,
lying and being in the Borough and
County of Queens, City and State of
New York, Block: 13555 Lot: 21.
Approximate amount of judgment
$660,263.89 plus interest and
costs. Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed Judgment
Index# 12223/2013.
Gary M. Darche, Esq., Referee
Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC
Attorney(s) for the Plaintiff
175 Mile Crossing Boulevard
Rochester, New York 14624
(877) 759-1835
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