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The Tribeca Film Fest is back, and
these are the 10 must-see movies. 16
Judging Aaron Judge’s start in
2018. 22
JET SCARE
A passenger is dead after a horrifying engine explosion grounded
a Southwest jet that had departed from LaGuardia Airport. 2
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METRO.US
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018
NEWS
THINGS YOU
NEED TO KNOW
WELCOME TO
METRO.US
GREGORY WAKEMAN, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood takes
over downtown Manhattan for the 17th
year in a row tonight with the start of The
Tribeca Film Festival. There’s a whole host
of movie premieres and illuminating
talks from the world of TV and film,
while, unlike most of its peers, the
festival firmly embraces new technology, too. Head over to page 16 now to
see the movies that I’m most excited
about — and read our interview with its
prestigious co-founder Jane Rosenthal on
page 19 and at metro.us.
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ONE DEAD AFTER ENGINE EXPLODES ON SOUTHWEST
FLIGHT THAT HAD TAKEN OFF FROM LAGUARDIA
An engine on a Southwest
Airlines flight with 149 people
aboard exploded in mid-air
on Tuesday, killing one passenger
and nearly sucking another out of
a window that was shattered by
shrapnel, according to airline and
federal authorities and witness and
media accounts. The plane, a Boeing 737 which was bound to Dallas
from New York, made an emergency landing in Philadelphia. The
death of 43-year-old Jennifer Riordan on Flight 1380 was the first in
a U.S. commercial aviation accident
since 2009, according to National
Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
statistics. NTSB Chairman Robert
Sumwalt, at a news conference
at the Philadelphia airport, said a
preliminary investigation showed
that an engine fan blade was
missing, having apparently broken
off, and that there was metal
fatigue where it normally would
be attached. Flight 1380 took off
from New York’s LaGuardia Airport
at around 10:27 a.m. and was
diverted to Philadelphia just under
an hour later, according to flight
tracking website FlightAware.com.
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly said
the flight landed at Philadelphia
International at around 11:20 a.m.
The engine on the plane’s left side
threw off shrapnel when it blew
apart, shattering a window and
causing rapid cabin depressurization that nearly pulled out a
female passenger, according to
witness accounts and local news
media reports. “We have a part of
the aircraft missing, so we’re going
to need to slow down a bit,” the
plane’s captain, Tammy Jo Shults,
told air traffic controllers in audio
from the cockpit released on NBC
News. Asked by a controller if the
jet was on fire, Shults said it was
not, but added, “They said there is
a hole and someone went out.” “A
woman was partially, was drawn
out of the plane and pulled back in
by other passengers,” Todd Bauer,
whose daughter was on the flight,
told the NBC affiliate in Philadelphia. At an earlier news briefing
in Washington, Sumwalt said that
one person had been killed, but
did not describe the circumstances.
Riordan was a Wells Fargo banking
executive and well-known community volunteer from Albuquerque,
New Mexico, according to a Wells
Fargo official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Her Facebook
page showed that she was married
with two children.
NYC TO REMOVE STATUE OF
CONTROVERSIAL DOCTOR
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People gather to watch the removal of a statue of J. Marion Sims, a surgeon
celebrated by many as the father of modern gynecology, at Central Park and East
103rd Street on Tuesday. A New York City panel decided to move the controversial
statue after groups demanded its removal as many of Sims’ medical breakthroughs came
from experimenting on black slaves without anesthesia. The statue will be relocated in
Green-Wood Cemetery in Windsor Terrace, where Sims is buried.
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HALEY VOCAL ON RUSSIA:
‘I DON’T GET CONFUSED’
SKETCH RELEASED OF
ALLEGED THREAT-MAKER
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U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations Nikki Haley
fired back at White House
economic adviser Larry Kudlow
on Tuesday over his remarks that
she may have been confused over
Washington’s plans to impose
more sanctions on Russia. “With all
due respect, I don’t get confused,”
Haley, a member of President
Donald Trump’s cabinet, told Fox
News. Haley said on Sunday that
Washington was preparing new
sanctions on Russia over its support
of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
However, Trump delayed further
action, according to a senior
administration official. Kudlow said
of Haley on Tuesday: “She’s doing
a great job, she’s a very effective
ambassador. There might have
been some momentary confusion
about that.” “I think the issue here
is we have a set of sanctions and
additional sanctions are under
consideration but have not been
determined,” Kudlow told a briefing at Mar-a-Lago. He said there
was no confusion in the White
House approach toward Moscow.
A senior administration official
said on Monday that Trump was
unlikely to approve them unless
Moscow carried out a new cyberattack or some other provocation.
Read more on page 12.
Adult-film actress Stormy
Daniels on Tuesday released
a sketch of a man she
said warned her in 2011 to stop
discussing her claims she had a
sexual encounter with President
Donald Trump, while her lawyer
offered a $100,000 reward for
information about the man. During
an appearance on the daytime ABC
television talk show “The View,”
Daniels repeated her story, first
related on CBS’ “60 Minutes” last
month, that she was on her way to
a fitness class with her child when
an unknown man approached her
in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.
He warned her to “leave Trump
alone. Forget the story,” she said
in that interview. On Tuesday, her
lawyer, Michael Avenatti, asked the
public for help identifying the man
and offered a $100,000 reward
for information leading to his
identification.
STATS
DC CONSIDERS LOWERING
VOTING AGE TO 16
Washington, D.C., is considering allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to vote
in federal and local elections, including the 2020 presidential election. Do you support or oppose allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to vote?
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METRO.US
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018
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NEWS
SNEAK
PEEK!
Here’s what
rooms at TWA
Hotel at JFK
will look like
Developer MCR unveiled a model room of the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport, which is slated to open in spring 2019. ALL PHOTOS DAVID MITCHELL EXCEPT WHERE NOTED
“We’re bringing back
the ethos of 1962
with everything that
we do here. You’re
going to feel like
you’re in 1962 again,
when traveling was
very special.”
NIKKI M. MASCALI
nikki.mascali@metro.us
Good news, travel buffs,
New Yorkers and history
and architecture nerds
alike: You won’t have to
wait until next year to see
what rooms inside the
forthcoming TWA Hotel at
JFK Airport will look like.
Developer MCR on
Tuesday unveiled a model
of one of the 512 guest
rooms in the hotel that’s
slated to open in spring of
2019.
“We’re turning this
spectacular building into
the greatest hotel in the
world,” said Tyler Morse,
CEO of MCR and Morse
Development.
“We’re
bringing back the ethos of
1962 with everything that
we do here. You’re going
to feel like you’re in 1962
again, when traveling was
very special.”
The rooms at the TWA
Hotel are designed by citybased firm Stonehill Taylor and inspired by that
midcentury era. They will
feature authentic Knoll
furnishings, rotary dial
phones complete with
today’s technology and,
quite fittingly, a glamorous martini bar. Rooms
also come with bird’s-eye
views of the TWA Flight
Center or JFK’s busy runways, which can be seen
right from your bed but
not heard thanks to the
hotel’s seven-layer soundproof glass façade.
POWERED BY THE PAST — AND ITSELF
Design on the TWA Flight
Center began in 1956, when
Morse said “the best aircraft
on the street was the Lockheed Constellation; it fit 45
people and went 300 mph.”
When the terminal opened
six years later, it was already
obsolete thanks to the newer
and much-bigger Boeing
707 jets.
But the Constellation
wasn’t lost to history because
the TWA Hotel will also have
an on-site 1956 Connie, as
it’s known, that is currently
being transformed into a bar
and restaurant. Kids (hopefully of all ages) will even be
able to play in the cockpit of
the Connie, which “will look
like it’s parked out front,”
Morse said.
The TWA Hotel — which
will have its own power
plant to be “totally off the
grid,” Morse said — will
be accessible from JFK’s
Terminal 5. The property will
boast six restaurants, eight
bars, a rooftop pool deck and
open-to-the-public observation decks.
The forthcoming TWA Hotel will feature 512 guest rooms.
NIKKI M. MASCALI
“We’re turning this spectacular building into the greatest hotel in the world,” said Tyler Morse of MCR and Morse Development.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018
NEWS
The city’s mice are carrying
antibiotic-resistant bacteria
A new study out of
Columbia’s school
of public health
found that house
mice throughout
New York City carry
E. coli, Salmonella
and more.
KRISTIN TOUSSAINT
kristin.toussaint@metro.us
New Yorkers know to
steer clear of the city’s rats
for a multitude of reasons,
one being that they can
carry diseases. Now, a new
study out of Columbia
University is reminding
residents of another rodent to be wary of.
Mice in New York City
carry disease-causing bacteria, some of which may
be resistant to antibiotics,
according to the study.
The
study,
published Tuesday in the journal mBio, looked at New
York City house mice as
416
In one year, 416 mice
were collected from
residential buildings
throughout NYC.
“potential reservoirs for
pathogenic bacteria” that
may spread to humans.
“From tiny studios to
penthouse suites, New
York City apartments are
continually invaded by
house mice,” lead author
Simon H. Williams, a research scientist at CII, said
in a statement. “Our study
raises the possibility that
serious infections — including those resistant
to antibiotics — may be
passed from these mice
to humans, although further research is needed to
understand how often this
happens, if at all.”
Scientists at the Center
for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University’s Mailman School of
Public Health collected
416 mice during one year
from residential buildings
throughout the city.
These researchers then
analyzed the droppings
from these mice and discovered that they carried
disease-causing bacteria,
including E. coli, Salmonella, C. difficile and
more. Researchers also
found evidence of genes
exhibiting antimicrobial
resistance to antibiotics.
A previous study of rats
in New York by CII investigators found some of the
same pathogens, according to the university, like
E. coli and Salmonella,
both of which can be associated with food poisoning, and C. difficile, which
causes symptoms like
diarrhea and colitis, or inflammation of the colon. New Yorkers tend to be
too focused on rats, said
Dr. W. Ian Lipkin, a senior
American Sportswear
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House mice in New York City carry
plenty of bacteria, some that is resistant to antibiotics, a study found.
WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
author of the study and
a professor of epidemiology at the school of public
health.
“However, from a public health vantage point,
mice are more worrisome,” he said in a statement, “because they live
indoors and are more
likely to contaminate our
environment, even if we
don’t see them.” Mayor targets 10 most ratinfested NYCHA developments
for extermination efforts
Mayor Bill de Blasio on
Tuesday launched an
“aggressive” extermination plan targeting the
10 most rat-infested
public housing developments.
Ten New York City
Housing Authority
(NYCHA) developments,
where about 23,000
people live, will receive
dry-ice treatments,
full-time exterminators, trash bins and new
concrete floors, the city
announced.
“We want to make
the greatest city on
earth the worst place in
the world to be a rat,” de
Blasio said in a statement. “We are launching an all-out
offensive to
dramatically
reduce the
rat population
at these
developments and
improve
ISTOCK
the qual-
ity of life for residents.”
The extermination
approach will target the
rats’ food sources and
borrows, officials said,
in ways that have been
shown to be effective
at reducing both rat
reproduction and populations.
The new trash bins
will be compatible
with the dimensions of
NYCHA trash chutes, the
city said.The new concrete floors will help to
seal off dirt basements
to better keep rats from
entering the buildings.
“For too long,
residents have had to
accept rats as a regular
presence,” said NYCHA
General Manager Vito
Mustaciuolo in a statement, “but through
the mayor’s Rat
Reduction Program, we have
the resources
and support to
reduce infestations.”
KRISTIN TOUSSAINT
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METRO.US
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018
NEWS
Art — and life lessons — on display at
Lavelle School for the Blind’s art show
“[Art] shows what
my imagination
can build up — and
shows everybody
I can do things,”
said student Ashley
Morisseau.
ARTWORK THAT’S MEANT TO BE TOUCHED
NIKKI M. MASCALI
nikki.mascali@metro.us
For anyone who thinks
that a school for blind
youth wouldn’t need an
arts program, many of
its students will proudly
teach you otherwise.
On Friday, for the third
year in a row, Lavelle
School for the Blind in
the Bronx held its annual
art show to display colorful works created by the
students of art teacher
Jessica Jones.
“I love doing art because it really relieves all
the stress that you have,
and it’s really creative,”
The Lavelle School for the Blind in the Bronx held its third annual art show to highlight the talents, imagination and
strength of its students. NIKKI M. MASCALI
student Ashley Morisseau. “It shows what my
imagination can build up
— and shows everybody
I can do things.”
The 20-year-old’s art
show piece was inspired
by one of her favorite animated characters, Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger.
“I made it because
the character is trying to
teach kids that they can
make a difference in the
world, and if they’re too
scared, they have to put
on a brave face for everybody because if you’re
scared you can’t do anything,” Morisseau said.
It’s that type of thinking that keeps Jones learning from her students
“as much as they have
learned from me.” She
came to Lavelle School for
the Blind 12 years ago, after losing her sight at age
37 due to diabetes complications while working at
a Manattan public school. “Perhaps I’m naive,
but it never even occurred to me that I could
not teach art,” she said.
“Once I was back in the
Lavelle School did not have
an arts program until Jones
came on staff, so she had
no idea what to expect
creating the program from
the ground up with input
from her first students.
“I was instantly profoundly
moved by the ways I witnessed students adapting to
making artworks,” she said.
“It’s artwork meant to be
touched, manipulated — it
will not break if a child drops
it on the floor. They have
this ethic of making things
that are available to people
and instead of getting the
classroom, I was back in
my mode and don’t recall thinking about being
blind. What was so interesting to me when I first
started working here,
specifically with the older
students, was the number
teasing and ‘you can’t do
that’ that they get outside of
school, they invite the community to come see what
they can do.”
Assistant Principal Deni
Fraser has seen firsthand
how beneficial the school’s
art program and art show
has been for students, who
range from ages 3 to 21.
“It’s helped them in so
many ways. They are taught
that art is an extension of
who you are, and there’s no
right and wrong,” he said.
“It just boosted their selfesteem and confidence.”
of times I heard, ‘You’re
blind like me, and you’re
a teacher?’ They had never heard of such a thing,
and it was just shocking
to them that someone
who was blind was a
teacher.”
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105 S. 5th Street
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Amenities: Recreation room, laundry room, security system throughout the building, electronic key entry, indoor bike parking,
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Blues Club in
Times Square
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Affordable Housing for Rent
10 MONTIETH STREET
100 NEWLY CONSTRUCTED UNITS at 10 Montieth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Bushwick South
Amenities: on-site super, mail room, package room, card-operated laundry room, elevator building, gym*, climbing wall*,
squash court*, sauna*, bike storage*, storage room*, courtyard*, recreation room*, game room*, children’s playroom*,
business center*, art studios*, screening room*, sun decks*, outdoor grill stations*, café*, spa*, salons*, yoga/dance studios*,
on-site parking* (*additional fees apply)
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Individuals or households who meet the income
and household size requirements listed in the
table below may apply. Qualified applicants will
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3
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4
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Applicants who submit more than one application may be disqualified.
When is the Deadline?
Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than June 18, 2018. Late applications will not be considered.
What Happens After You Submit an Application?
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Not even major
venues are immune
to rising rents as
B.B. King Blues
Club & Kitchen announces it’ll close
after 18 years on
42nd Street.
“It is with an extremely heavy heart that we
share the news about B.B.
King Blues Club’s closing. Despite many sold
out shows, the location’s
rent escalated to an unsustainable level, leaving
us no choice but to close
our doors,” says the club’s
COO Tsion Bensusan in a
statement.
“Unfortunately this has
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become a growing trend
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other iconic music venues
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Square’s reSquare’s
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for
two decades
jazz,
R&B
ago. It is a
and soul B.B.
shame that
King Blues
wasn’t takClub & Grill
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sideration
final show
regarding
on April 29
its future in
after an 18the area.”
year tenure
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on Tuesday.
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escalating rent for the clo- ative community promptsure, and said it is looking ed Mayor Bill de Blasio to
to reopen B.B. King in a appoint Ariel Palitz as the
city’s first-ever Night Maynew Manhattan location. The closing comes just or, who started the job last
after owner Blue Note month. Palitz is a former
opened a new Times nightclub owner and has
Square venue Sony Hall, served on a Community
focusing on modern mu- Board, and now oversees a
sic across all genres, last 12-person advisory board
month inside the former that is meeting with local
Diamond
Horseshoe businesses and activists
space. The company also to make its recommendaoperates the Highline Ball- tions to the City Council
and the mayor’s office.
room.
“Despite
many sold out
shows, the
location’s rent
escalated to an
unsustainable
level, leaving
us no choice
but to close
our doors.”
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legislation needed
after Supreme
Court ruling on
immigrant felons
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President Donald Trump
in the 18th century cited
said Congress must
vague English law like
quickly pass legislation
the crime of treason as
that would permit the
among the reasons for
deportation of immithe American revolution.
grants who commit
“Today’s vague laws
violent crimes after the
may not be as invidiSupreme Court ruled on
ous, but they can invite
Tuesday that current law
the exercise of arbitrary
was unconstitutionally
power all the same — by
vague.
“This is a public safety leaving the people in the
dark about what the law
crisis that can only be
demands and allowing
fixed by Congress —
prosecutors and courts
House and Senate must
to make it
quickly pass a
up,” Gorsuch
legislative fix
added.
to ensure vioIt was
lent criminal
not entirely
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surprising
removed from
that Gorsuch
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would break
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with the
on Twitter.
four other
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conservatives
in a 5-4 ruling
on the court
in which Presand vote to
ident Donald
strike down
Trump’s
Donald Trump
the provision.
conservative
Gorsuch is ideologically
appointee Neil Gorsuch
aligned with the late
joined the four liberal
conservative Justice
justices, invalidated the
Antonin Scalia, whom he
provision in the Immireplaced on the court last
gration and Nationality
year. Scalia wrote a 2015
Act and sided with conruling that was invoked
victed California burglar
in Tuesday’s decision
James Garcia Dimaya,
that found that a similar
a legal immigrant from
provision in a federal
the Philippines.
criminal sentencing law
The ruling, written
was overly broad.
by liberal Justice Elena
Gorsuch interpreted
Kagan, was decried by
the immigration provithe administration,
sion based on the origiwhich had defended the
nal understanding of the
provision.
Constitution, a view held
Federal authorities
by many conservative
had ordered Dimaya
jurists.
deported after he was
“Today’s ruling significonvicted in two Califorcantly undermines DHS’s
nia home burglaries, in
efforts to remove aliens
2007 and 2009, though
convicted of certain
neither crime involved
violent crimes, including
violence.
sexual assault, kidnapKagan said the
ping, and burglary,
disputed provision’s ambiguity created confusion from the United States,”
Department of Homein lower courts. “Does
land Security spokesman
car burglary qualify as a
Tyler Houlton said.
violent felony?” Kagan
“By preventing the
wrote. “Some courts say
federal government from
yes, another says no.”
removing known crimiKagan mentioned other
nal aliens, it allows our
examples including rape,
nation to be a safe haven
evading arrest and tresfor criminals and makes
passing in which courts
us more vulnerable as a
have also been divided.
result,” Houlton added.
Gorsuch, in a concurring opinion, wrote that
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Economic sanctions:
What are they and
are they effective?
Sanctions are one
of the most frequently used tools
in foreign relations
with bad actors.
But do they work?
MICHAEL MARTIN
letters@metro.us
Over the weekend, United Nations Ambassador
Nikki Haley announced
new economic sanctions
on Russia for its backing
of Syrian President Bashar
al-Assad. On Monday,
President Trump reversed
course, saying that additional sanctions were unwarranted.
What are economic
sanctions?
Economic sanctions are
financial penalties levied
by a government against
another government, a
business or an individual.
They could include freezing assets, banning trade
or levying tariffs. The
goal could be to punish a
government for humanrights abuses, deny bad
actors money to continue their bad actions,
or coerce a government
into doing something it
doesn’t want to do (or
stop doing something it
wants to keep doing).
For example, as punishment for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the U.S.
froze assets of certain Rus-
sian banks and oligarchs
connected to Putin, and
prohibited U.S. firms
from doing business with
them.
“Never have [sanctions]
enjoyed so much popularity as they do today,”
writes Edward Fishman in
“Foreign Affairs.” On virtually every major foreign
problem — North Korea’s
belligerence, Iran’s nuclear aspirations, Russia’s
aggression, the Islamic
State’s (or ISIS’) brutality—the U.S. government
has turned to some form
of sanctions as an answer.
Their value is one of the
few things that former
President Barack Obama
and President Donald
Trump agree on.”
ARE ECONOMIC SANCTIONS EFFECTIVE?
That’s debatable.
After all, the U.S. has
enacted sanctions on Russia,
Syria and North Korea, yet
the underlying issues —
Russian belligerence, Assad’s
civil-rights abuses and North
Korea’s nuclear program
— persist. President Barack
Obama levied sanctions
against Iran to stop its own
nuclear program starting
in 2010, but it took many
rounds of talks and the cooperation of five other nations
for the Iran nuclear deal to be
signed in 2015.
“All too often sanctions
turn out to be little more
than expressions of U.S. preferences that hurt American
economic interests without
changing the target’s behavior for the better,” writes Richard N. Haass of the Brookings
Institution. “As a rule,
sanctions need to be less
unilateral and more focused
on the problem at hand.” He
points out that sanctions can
have unintended economic
consequences, can lead to
“sanctions fatigue” among
allies and tend not to accomplish large goals in a short
time frame.
“There are very few cases
where you can definitely
identify sanctions as having had a success, except
sometimes in combination
with other factors,” Adam
Roberts, a professor at Oxford University, told the BBC.
“Arguably they contributed
something to the change in
white minority Rhodesia that
led to black majority rule; arguably the sanctions against
South Africa were one factor
that contributed to change
there.” But, he pointed out,
they were not the definitive
element.
METRO.US
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2018
NEWS
13
Former first
lady Barbara
Bush dead at 92
Barbara Bush had
just celebrated
her 73rd wedding
anniversary in
January.
Former first lady Barbara
Bush, the only woman to
see her husband and son
sworn in as U.S. president, died on Tuesday,
the Bush family said. She
was 92.
Bush was the wife of
the 41st president, George
H.W. Bush, and mother of
the 43rd, George W. Bush.
The Bush family had
announced in a statement on April 15 that she
was in failing health, had
decided not to seek further medical treatment
and instead would focus
on “comfort care.”
Bush reportedly had
been battling chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and congestive heart
problems.
Barbara Bush was
dubbed “The Silver Fox”
by her husband and chil-
dren. She was known for
her snow-white hair and
for being fiercely protective of her family.
She was first lady
when her husband was
in the White House
from 1989 to 1993. Her
son, George W. Bush,
triumphed in the disputed 2000 U.S. election
and was president from
2001 to 2009. The fatherand-son presidents were
sometimes referred to as
“Bush 41” and “Bush 43.”
The Bushes had celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary in January 2018.
Bush had an independent streak and could be
sharp-tongued. As first
lady, she promoted literacy and reading but said
she was more interested
in running a household
than in helping her husband run the country.
She discouraged speculation that she wielded
political influence with
the president like her
predecessors — Ronald
Barbara Bush
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Reagan’s wife, Nancy Reagan, and Jimmy Carter’s
wife, Rosalynn Carter.
“I don’t fool around
with his office and he
doesn’t fool around with
my household,” she once
said.
The only other woman
to be both wife and mother of U.S. presidents was
Abigail Adams, the first
lady from 1797 to 1801.
She was a major influence on husband John Adams, the nation’s second
president, but died before
son John Quincy Adams
was elected president in
1824.
Another of Bush’s
sons, Jeb, sought the 2016
presidential nomination,
and she campaigned for
him before he dropped
out of the race. REUTERS
Official: Trump’s intelligence chief had
secret meeting with North Korean leader
Secretary of State nominee and CIA Director
Mike Pompeo made a
secret visit to North Korea
over the Easter weekend
and met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un,
a senior U.S. official said
on Tuesday.
Pompeo’s conversations fueled President
Donald Trump’s belief
that productive negotiations were possible with
North Korea, but far from
guaranteed, according to
the official briefed on the
trip, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Trump said earlier on
Tuesday the United States
was engaged in direct
talks at “extremely high
levels” with North Korea
to try to set up a summit between him and its
leader, Kim Jong Un.
Trump sowed some
confusion by suggesting
he had been speaking to
Kim directly, but later
clarified by saying: “Let’s
leave it a little bit short of
the highest level.”
Spokeswoman Sarah
Sanders added: “The
Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo has reportedly made a secret trip to
North Korea. GETTY IMAGES
president said the administration has had talks
at the highest levels and
added that they were not
with him directly.”
Asked about Pompeo,
she said: “The administration does not comment
on the CIA director’s
travel.”
Pompeo’s trip made
him the most senior U.S.
official to visit North Korea since then-intelligence
chief James Clapper in
2014.
The president’s comments came as he and
Japanese Prime Minister
Shinzo Abe opened two
days of talks at the president’s Mar-a-Lago retreat
in Palm Beach, Florida.
The meetings included
a walk around the carefully manicured grounds
of the beachfront club
and dinner on the patio
with their wives.
Trump said he believed there was a lot of
goodwill in the diplomatic push with North
Korea, but added it was
possible the summit —
first proposed in March
and which the president
said could take place in
late May or early June —
may not happen. REUTERS
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at the Tribeca Film Festival
Prepare for the most popular flick-fest in the city, April 18 to April 29. GREGORY WAKEMAN
“The Fourth Estate”
Oscar-nominated documentarian Liz Garbus (“Killing In The
Name,” “What Happened, Miss Simone?”) spent the first year
of Donald Trump’s presidency inside the offices of The New
York Times, examining its approach to investigative reporting
and journalism, and how it responded to the most powerful
man in the world’s constant Twitter attacks.
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“Little Woods”
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“The Miseducation of Cameron Post”
Ollie (Tessa Thompson) and Deb (Lily James) are estranged
sisters that are thrust back together when their mother dies.
The duo struggle to deal with the mounting bills on their
mother’s home, an unexpected pregnancy and an abusive ex,
so much so that Ollie soon considers a return to the world of
illegal prescription pill smuggling that she had left behind.
Starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Sasha Lane and John Gallagher,
Jr., “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” revolves around a
teenage girl that discovers her homosexuality who is then
sent to a conversion camp in an attempt to be “de-gayed.” The
movie wowed audiences at Sundance.
TRIBECA
“Love, Gilda”
“Zoe”
“Zoe” is set in a not-toodistant future where romantic
relationships are scientifically
determined by cutting edge
technology, while androids
known as “synthetics” are
regarded as ideal partners, because they will never leave. Zoe
(Lea Seydoux) and Cole (Ewan
McGregor) work in the research
facility where this technology is
developed, and they start their
own relationship that is soon
plagued with difficulty.
TRIBECA
“The Party’s Just Beginning”
“Tully”
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“Songwriter”
Ed Sheeran’s cousin Murray Cummings directed this intimate
look at the musician’s writing and recording process, all while
Ed created his most recent album divide. As well as following
his movements in the studio and on tour, Cummings also mixes
it with behind the scenes footage from his family’s archive.
Marvel star Karen Gillan makes her directorial debut with “The
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hometown of Inverness, Scotland. In it the “Jumanji: Welcome to
the World” actress stars as Liusaidh, who struggles with the recent
suicide of her best friend and turns to sex and alcohol for comfort.
The third pairing of writer
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a sublime performance from
Charlize Theron who stars as
Marlo, an exhausted mother
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her babysitter (Mackenize
Davis). Following the New
York Premiere director Jason
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Tribeca Talks
Series
The Tribeca Talks
series has always set the
festival apart from its
rivals, and this year is
no different. Jamie Foxx,
David Duchovny, Sarah
Jessica Parker, Nancy
Meyers, Laura Poitras,
and Ed Burns with talk
through their careers,
while Alexander Payne
The opening film of the
2018 Tribeca Film Festival,
“Love, Gilda” takes a look at
the career, life and death of
beloved Emmy and Grammy
award-winning comedian
Gilda Radner, who shot to
fame with her performances
on “Saturday Night Live.”
It mixes rare home movies
with audiotapes and diary
entries, and also features
interviews with some of the
most popular comedians of
the last 40 years.
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and Dick Cavett, John
Legend and Sara Bareilles,
Lesli Linka Glatter and
Claire Danes, Brent
Hodge and Paul Feig,
Derek Waters and Jeremy
Konner, Alec Baldwin and
Spike Lee, Bradley Cooper
and Robert De Niro will
all partake in in-depth
conversations, and the
cast and crew behind
“Westworld” will divulge
details on season two.
TRIBECA
“Scarface” &
“Schindler’s List”
Every year the Festival looks
to celebrate the anniversary of
some of the most popular movie
releases. This coming Thursday
it will do just that to mark the
35th anniversary of “Scarface,”
and a week later, the 25th anniversary of “Schindler’s List.” All
the stars will be there, so both
will be amazing.
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It’s all about confidence.
It’s alarming how charming she feels.
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Amy Schumer’s ‘I Feel Pretty’ producer
fights back against trailer backlash
Mary Viola insists the
Amy Schumer comedy
“shows what a little bit
of confidence can do.”
GREGORY WAKEMAN
Gregory.Wakeman@metro.us
When the trailer for “I
Feel Pretty” was initially
released there was more
than a little discontent,
as some viewers immediately decided that
the comedy would be
insulting and offensive
to women.
That couldn’t be
further from the truth.
I recently had the
chance to speak to “I
Feel Pretty’s” producer
Mary Viola, and she
revealed that this
reaction to the clip
left those involved
stunned,disappointed
and completely missed
the point of the film.
How did you first get
involved in “I Feel
Pretty”?
I met with its writers and directors and
the script had a great
message, but it wasn’t
overly preachy. That’s
something that audiences can usually sniff
out. We then sent the
script to Amy Schumer,
who this was really written for. It was really one
of the best experiences
that I’ve had getting a
movie made.
What was the message
that attracted you then?
That it’s inside that
counts. And now more
than ever that’s what
needs to come through.
Because everybody
struggles with self-esteem. Even people that
are stunning. Everyone
is insecure. We all have
feelings of inadequacy.
I gravitated to the material because I’ve felt
like that. I want people
“I do love stories of female
empowerment.”
Producer Mary Viola
to walk out of this film
with confidence. This
movie shows what a
little bit of confidence
can do.
Was this a topic you
were actively looking
to approach?
There was just something that touched me. I
do love stories of female
empowerment. And this
really is a female story,
and we’re always trying
to take a new approach
and make sure that
everyone’s represented.
Amy is just so easy to
watch and so approachable and she’s just
amazing.
Could anyone else have
played Renee?
I don’t think that
anyone else could have
done this to the degree
that she does. She pulls
it off 100 percent. It was
amazing to watch her
on set. Because she’d
have to change from
confident Renee to unconfident Renee every
other hour. I’m sure it
was grueling, but she
never said a word and
was great.
When did Amy Schumer
get involved?
We brought her on as a
producer shortly after
she read the script. She
worked on the script,
too, but then I really wanted her creative
input throughout. And
she really earned those
producing stripes. She
got involved to such a
large degree, by helping
to put together sequences, and even became
involved in post, recommending songs. I just
can’t say enough great
things about her. A lot
of her came into the
project. She was able to
take on her insecurities.
She talks about it a lot
how when we are little
girls we have all of the
confidence in the world,
but then over time
people just wear you
down and we lose that.
How did you feel about
the backlash to the
trailer?
I was really disappointed
in that reaction. It was
a few comments that
wound up turning into
more of a story than it re-
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19
‘We have always been political’
Jane Rosenthal talks
about the 17th year
of the Tribeca Film
Festival.
GREGORY WAKEMAN
Gregory.Wakeman@metro.us
When Jane Rosenthal
co-founded the Tribeca
Film Festival with Robert De Niro and Craig
Hatkoff back in 2002
she thought it would
be a one time event.
“We just wanted to
bring people back to
downtown
Manhattan after 9/11 through
movies and storytelling that talked about
our similarities despite our different
global backgrounds,”
Rosenthal said in an
interview
ahead of
the film festival’s 17th
year.
For Rosenthal, these
origins mean that “the
festival has always
been political.” The political climate and re-
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cent social and culture
movements
always
meant that this year
was going to be no exception.
“So many of the
films represent cultural shifts in our society,” Rosenthal said
of this year’s selec-
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tions, while she also
explained why there
was no need for those
behind the festival to
react to the Time’s Up
movement — Tribeca
has been backing female filmmakers for
years.
“Our company is
60-plus women. Issues
like Time’s Up — we’ve
been doing that for
years. We have turned
it up a notch this year,
though. We wanted to
have 50% female directors in our programs.
We only got to 46%, but
that was something we
consciously did.”
Rosenthal also made
sure to note the Time’s
Up all-day event Saturday, April 28, which,
she explained, will
feature conversations
with outspoken women
on their pivotal roles
in raising awareness
about inequality in the
workplace as they seek
the next steps to establish the parameters for
lasting change across
industries and the pay
spectrum.
“It’s about looking
forward and looking to
our recent past,” Rosenthal said of the event
and the festival itself.
“It is all about trying
to create a narrative.
We as a society tend to
have short term memories. Certainly some
people can’t remember what they write on
Twitter from one hour
to the next.”
In order to do just
that the 2018 Tribeca
Film Festival will once
again premiere and
showcase stories across
various
mediums,
from film to television
to virtual reality.
“We always look at
how new technology
can enable storytellers
to tell their stories in a
new way. We were one
of the first festivals to
feature a film shot entirely on a Nokia. But
it is not about showcasing technology for
technology’s sake. We
are platform-agnostic.
If it is a good story, we
will screen it.”
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20 FILM
‘Harry Potter’ director Chris
Columbus on mentoring indies
The father-daughter
duo’s collaboration
resulted in it’s own
company.
GREGORY WAKEMAN
Gregory.Wakeman@metro.us
Eleanor Columbus, 29,
showed her eye for scouting movie projects at an
unerringly young age.
She was the one who
persuaded her dad, Chris
Columbus, to read J.K.
Rowling’s “Harry Potter”
books, the first two
installments of which
he directed in the early
2000s.
So it was little surprise that Chris, who also
wrote “Gremlins” and
“The Goonies” as well as
directed “Home Alone”
and “Mrs. Doubtfire,”
decided to start the
company Maiden Voyage
with Eleanor all with
the intention of assisting
first-time filmmakers.
The ascent of the
studio over the last few
years has been astounding, as the pair have
brought the likes of “The
Witch” and “Patti Cake$”
to the big screen.
Because of this success, the pair were honored at the 2018 Tisch
Gala, the school at New
York University that they
both graduated from —
several decades apart.
What was your response
to being honored?
My first response is to
always legitimately say,
“No, I’m not old enough
for this yet. I have more
to accomplish.” But
because of the unique nature of it, and they were
honoring both me and
my daughter, I looked
back on our recent filmography and I thought,
“We have done OK.” I
felt it was nice and the
right time. And it is good
for the school because it
encourages more young
filmmakers to go out and
make their own films.
Which is the philosophy
Where healthy
careers begin.
Massage
Therapy
of Maiden Voyage.
You and Eleanor both
went to Tisch. Do you
ever talk about your
times there?
When Eleanor went, I
wouldn’t say it is more
corporate,
but it was
four times
the size.
The
school
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has a
much
namic between the two
of Maiden
more
of you like?
Voyage?
wellEleanor will go through
For four or
rounded
“The Witch”
five or 10 scripts a
five years, once
curMAIDEN VOYAGE
week, and once every
a year I would
riculum.
few weeks she’ll find a
work with NYU on
Because when
script that she wants to
the Columbus Vague
I was there, it was all
proceed with; 90% of the
Awards, which was an
geared toward productime we agree. We have
early version of Maiden
tion. You were either
had one or two disagreeVoyage. We would meet
a writer or a director.
ments along the way.
five or six filmmakers
Now it’s specialized.
Our role is finding the
from NYU and release
They can teach you how
right fit for the movie.
a certain amount of
to become a producer,
We have a three-strike
money to help them
a production designer
rule: We read the script,
make their first films. I
— it’s geared toward
see the short film of the
just loved their energy
getting employment in
person, and then we
and the creative excitethe real world.
meet the filmmaker to
ment. But they would
What were the origins
see that they have the
make the movies and I
confidence and the abilwould never see them
ity to direct the film and
again. I then called Eleawork with actors. Our
nor and said, ‘We should
role is to find someone
take this idea and start a
with a good storytelling
company. Help the filmsense. We want the filmmakers find funding but
makers to feel artistically
then we can creatively
free.
be involved as much as
we need to be.’ Eleanor
What’s the goal for
agreed. We moved to San
Francisco and started the
Maiden Voyage?
company.
We want to help film
students, even those that
have been out of it for
What’s the working dy-
Associate Degree
Program
a while, make the films
they’re passionate to
make. We never thought
about the commercial
side of it, really. It was
all about getting the
films celebrated and
seen by people. But that
changed a little bit with
“The Witch.” Because
“The Witch” was made
for $1.8 million and
then made $40 million.
The mercenary side had
to take over a little bit.
Because Robert Eggers fulfilled his artistic
vision and made a film
that connect with an
audience. That was an
eye opener. And now,
with each film, I want
to make a film that does
connect with audiences.
Even at this level no-one
has a crystal ball about
what audiences want
to see. So there is a
battle in fighting against
the mercenary side of
the company and still
pursuing each director’s
artistic vision.
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Domino’s now
delivers to
beaches and parks
But is that a
good thing?
EVA KIS
eva.kis@metro.us
Domino’s has expanded
its delivery service to basically anywhere. The new
Hotspots program, which
launched this week possibly to coincide with
the improving weather,
can deliver a pizza to
you at 150,000 outdoor
locations nationwide. In
New York, those include
the end of every street
heading to Coney Island
Beach, Lasker Rink at
the north end of Central
Park, the basketball court
at NYCHA’s Wyckoff Gardens Colony in Brooklyn
and the Queens Public Library on 55th Street.
Setting aside whether
easier access to Domino’s
pizza is a good thing,
there’s a bigger question.
Is all this convenience a
good thing?
We’re living in the Age
of Convenience, when
companies are working
hard to make the dream
of getting whatever you
want whenever you want
a reality. UberEats can already deliver to you curbside anywhere, while Amazon Prime Air continues
to develop a drone delivery service promising any
item in 30 minutes or
less — the same delivery
promise Domino’s made
until the mid-’90s.
This all sounds great
in theory. How amazing
would it be to crave a burrito and have one in your
hand after a few wellplaced clicks wherever
you are? But the reality
is this hurts local restaurants and, ultimately,
you.
Instead of walking
down the street to get that
burrito at a local taqueria,
you choose to order from
whichever restaurant —
and it’s probably going
to be a national chain —
will bring it to your park
bench, coffee shop seat or
library steps.
The effect of delivery
services on restaurants
continues to be debated.
Companies like Grubhug
Seamless, DoorDash and
Postmates argue they
help raise restaurant revenues; restaurateurs say
they’re having to fork
over up to 20 percent of
the price of a dish in an
industry where profits
are well below 10 percent
for most eateries.
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But let’s make this
personal. Consider the
potential cost to our culinary variety when anything can be delivered
anywhere. Do we want
all our food to come
from a series of industrial
kitchens, primarily engineered not to be delicious
but to travel well?
All of these services to
make our lives easier —
delivery, personal assistants like Apple’s Siri and
1.4 million
Alexa, etc. — has spurred
plenty of self-reflection
about the tyranny of convenience. Most recently,
the New York Times’ Tim
Wu ruminated on the
cost to our very souls:
“Convenience seems to
make our decisions for
us, trumping what we
like to imagine are our
true preferences.” But
to fight it — those who
aren’t on social media or
prefer to read print news-
papers or books — are
seen as violating norms
and mocked with nicknames like luddite.
So next time you need
a pizza, or any other food,
think about taking a walk
down your block after
work and picking one
up from a local store instead of opening an app.
Or if you must, consider
one with better corporate policies like the local
pizzeria app Slice.
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Breaking down Aaron
Judge’s hot start in 2018
No. 99 is raking
this year, but is it
better than his hot
start from 2017?
JUDGE’S 15-GAME STARTS BY YEAR
BATTING AVERAGE
JOE PANTORNO
joseph.pantorno@metro.us
It would have been unfair
for those around Major
League Baseball to expect
Aaron Judge to replicate
the numbers he put up
during his historic 2017
American League Rookie
of the Year campaign. He set an MLB record
with 52 home runs by a
first-year player, leading
the AL, while driving
in 114 runs and batting
.284. The year didn’t come
without some concerns
though. As pitchers began learning how to
pitch to the 6-foot-7 juggernaut, Judge’s numbers slumped mightily
during the second half of
the year. After batting .329
with 30 home runs and
66 RBI in the first 84
games of the season,
Judge batted just .228
with 99 strikeouts in his
final 71 appearances.
Strikeouts have always
.269
(20-for-57)
(14-for-52)
ON-BASE PERCENTAGE
2018
2017
.479
.345
WALKS
2018
2017
13
6
STRIKEOUT PERCENTAGE
2018
2017
23.9%
30.7%
Aaron Judge is showing that he made adjustments over the winter. GETTY IMAGES
been a problem, especially when pitchers began
catching on that he had
problems hitting the ball
low and away. With that in mind, it
would have been understandable for Judge to
start a bit slower compared to last season. The thing is, Judge
has been one of the Yankees’ best hitters during
an inconsistent start to
the season. He leads the
team in batting average
and on-base percentage
while ranking second
in home runs, RBI and
slugging percentage, all
behind the red-hot Didi
Gregorius. And while there is going to be plenty of focus
set upon Giancarlo Stanton, whose debut in the
Bronx has been less than
auspicious, to say the
Rangers national anthem singer
John Amirante dies at 83
Long-time New York
Rangers national
anthem singer John
Amirante died Tuesday
morning at the age
of 83, the team announced.
“It is with great
sadness our Rangers
family shares the loss
of legendary anthem
singer John Amirante,
who passed away
this morning at 83,”
the Rangers wrote on
Twitter. “Our thoughts
are with his wife Ann,
his children and the
entire Amirante family.
We will forever remember and miss John at the
Garden.”
Amirante, a Bronx
native who lived in Plainview since 1968, sang
the national anthem
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2018
2017
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for 35 years prior to
Rangers games, stopping in 2015. However,
he would make rare
appearances in some
big games even after his
retirement.
Among his most
notable recent appearances, he sang the
anthem before Game
4 of the 2017 Eastern
Conference semifinal
against the Ottawa Senators, which the Rangers
would go on to win 4-1
to tie the series at two
games apiece before falling in six games. But Amirante was a
fixture at some of the
most important games
in Rangers history,
including a powerful
rendition prior to Game
7 of the 1994 Stanley
Cup Final against the
Vancouver Canucks, a
game New York would
win while delivering the
city its first Stanley Cup
since 1940. JOE PANTORNO
least, Judge is proving
early on that 2017 wasn’t
just a flash in the pan. It
might have just been the
start.
Just take a look at the
infographic to the right
of this page. There is a noticeable
discrepancy in Judge’s
stats, except for strikeouts. His plate discipline
isn’t much improved
compared to last year,
but his ability to cover
the zone is. Swinging at pitches
outside of the zone, Judge
made contact 44.8-percent of the time last year.
This year he’s seen a 7.3
percent increase, which
has helped him work the
count into more favorable positions, drawing
more than double the
walks he had this time
last year while his average and on-base percentage skyrocket.
Callaway hits trouble in bullpen
New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway has been experiencing
some bullpen issues, especially during this latest series against
the Washington Nationals. Find out what’s going on at
metro.us/new-york/sports. GETTY IMAGES
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NO ONE LOVED JETS
QUITE LIKE MANGOLD
OPINION
KRISTIAN
DYER
Kristian Dyer is a columnist and Jets
beat writer for Metro New York.
@KristianRDyer
N
ick Mangold is
retiring a New York
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26 Swabbie
29 Surprise win
31 Co. honchos
32 Turkish honorific
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33 Harbor suspicions
34 Utter
35 Danke, in Dijon
37 Mouth part
39 Himalayan enigma
40 Itch
41 Klutz’s mutter
45 Cleveland NBAers
47 Ms. Roberts
48 Olive Oyl’s man
51 Weigh down
52 Uses a baton
53 Lure
54 Aluminum source
55 Giggle (hyph.)
DOWN
1 Traveler’s stop
2 Sighed with delight
3 Built in advance
4 Calligraphy supply
5 Gridiron meas.
6 Created
7 Like Don Juan
8 Numerical prefix
9 Bunkhouse item
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10 AAA recommendation
11 Paretsky or Teasdale
12 Standard
16 Deep cracks
18 Injection
20 Electrical units
21 First-magnitude star
22 Dilettantish
24 Imported car
25 -- von Bismarck
26 Strong, as venison
27 Curved molding
28 SF transit system
30 Poet’s black
36 Roman orator
38 Einstein’s dimension
40 Montand of the movies
42 Nostalgic tune
43 Jigsaw component
44 Rational
46 Jean Auel heroine
47 D-Day month
48 School org.
49 Athena’s symbol
50 Snapshot
51 Poker stake
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Aries Learn from your mistakes and
be ready to set some guidelines and
rules in place to ensure that you
reach your goal. Research and dedication are your route to victory.
Libra Choose your words wisely if you
want to convince others to help you
or approve of your plans. Listen to
sound advice regarding a change you
want to make.
Taurus A personal change will suit
your current needs and give you the
boost you need to pursue bigger and
better objectives. Use common sense
and apply your skills strategically.
Scorpio Get to the bottom of a situation that could influence your earning
ability. A contract will need to be
adjusted before you continue to offer
your services or help.
Gemini You need to take a closer
look at your personal situation. If
you aren’t happy with a relationship you have with someone, speak
up and make suggestions.
Sagittarius Talk over your concerns
to find out exactly where you stand.
A partnership will need some finetuning if you plan to move forward or
make a commitment.
Cancer You’ll be reminded of a
change you made that you aren’t
happy about. Use this experience
to help you avoid making a similar
mistake.
Capricorn Plan to have some fun. Going on a shopping spree or spending
time with someone who rocks your
world will improve your attitude. A
healthier routine is favored.
Leo Get as much done as you can to
avoid complaints and criticism. Be
open about the way you feel and
what you would like to see happen.
Embrace change.
Aquarius Excessive behavior should
be ended before it takes control. Be
kind to your body and protect it from
anything that may become habitforming or costly.
Virgo Emotional issues should
not be vocalized around anyone
you cannot trust to keep a secret.
Concentrate on making personal
physical changes.
Pisces Participate in functions that allow you to mingle and network with
people who can help you get ahead.
A partnership will be financially
advantageous. EUGENIA LAST
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