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THINGS
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WELCOME TO TRUMP TO DEMAND THAT DOJ HAWAII FACES NEW THREAT
METRO.US EXAMINE CAMPAIGN CLAIMS FROM VOLCANO: LAZE
EMMA E. FORREST, METRO EDITOR
When Britain’s favorite royal got
hitched to a Hollywood star, it was
no straight-up royal wedding. Not
just because the bride is a mixedrace American divorcee actress,
but mostly because the ceremony
showed diversity, warmth and personality, not really a forte for British royal events. Who knows
if Meghan can change “The
Firm,” but let’s hope it doesn’t
change her — too much. Either
way, here’s a U.K.-U.S. special
relationship we can all get excited
about. Read more on pages 6-8 and
at metro.us.
Emma E. Forrest, London, U.K.
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President Donald Trump
demanded on Twitter on
Sunday that the Justice
Department look into whether
his 2016 presidential campaign
was infiltrated or surveilled by
the agency or the FBI under the
Obama administration. Trump’s
simmering anger over Special
Counsel Robert Mueller’s year-old
Russia probe appeared to spill
over into a series of well-worn
recriminations in several tweets,
including that the investigation
was politically motivated and had
its roots in the administration
of his Democratic predecessor,
Barack Obama. Trump’s lawyer,
Rudy Giuliani, was quoted by the
New York Times later on Sunday
as saying that Mueller had said
the investigation would wrap
up by Sept. 1. Trump has denied
any collusion and repeatedly
dismissed the investigation as a
“witch hunt.” “I hereby demand,
and will do so officially tomorrow,
that the Department of Justice
look into whether or not the FBI/
DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the
Trump Campaign for Political
Purposes — and if any such
demands or requests were made
by people within the Obama
Administration!” Trump wrote
on Twitter.
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Hawaii residents dealing
with Kilauea’s volcanic
eruption faced a potentially deadly new challenge on
Sunday as lava that reached
the Pacific Ocean threatened to
send up laze, a hazardous mix of
glass particles and noxious gas.
The new challenge came when a
stream of lava from the volcano
cut through Highway 137 on the
south coast of Hawaii’s Big Island
late on Saturday and then poured
into the sea, authorities said. The
mix of erupting lava, which can
reach 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit,
and sea water could send up
plumes of laze, a mix of hydro-
chloric acid, steam and volcanic
glass particles, Hawaii County Civil
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away from any ocean plume,”
the agency said, warning that
potential hazards include lung
damage. Laze — a combination
of “lava” and “haze” — killed
two people in 2000 when a lava
flow reached the coast, and even
a wisp can irritate eyes and lungs
and make it hard to breath, the
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public was warned to stay away
from potential plumes of laze
near where the lava is flowing
into the ocean.
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PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during their wedding service, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin
Welby in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday, in Windsor, England. Read more on pages 6 - 8.
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recognize the result of
Venezuela’s presidential
election on Sunday, U.S. Deputy
Secretary of State John Sullivan
told journalists. The United
States is actively considering
oil sanctions on Venezuela, and
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at a G20 meeting in Buenos
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Spurned advances provoked Texas
school shooting, victim’s mother says
Texas Gov. Greg
Abbott, a Republican, told reporters
that the alleged
shooter obtained
the firearms from
his father, who had
likely acquired
them legally.
A teenaged boy who shot
and killed eight students
and two teachers in Texas
had been spurned by one
of his victims after making aggressive advances,
her mother told the Los
Angeles Times.
Sadie Rodriguez, the
mother of Shana Fisher,
16, told the newspaper
that her daughter rejected four months of
aggressive advances from
accused shooter Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, at the
Santa Fe high school.
Fisher finally stood up
to him and embarrassed
him in class, the newspaper quoted her mother as
writing in a private message to the Times.
“A week later he
opens fire on everyone
he didn’t like,” she said.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (front), his wife Cecilia Abbott, Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick (L) and other officials bring flowers for a makeshift memorial on the grounds of Santa Fe
High School on May 20, 2018, in Santa Fe, Texas. GETTY IMAGES
“Shana being the first
one.”
Rodriguez
could
not independently be
reached for comment.
If true, it would be the
second school shooting
in recent months driven
by such rejection.
In March, a 17-yearold Maryland high school
student used his father’s
gun to shoot and kill a female student with whom
he had been in a recently
ended relationship.
As the investigation
enters its third day on
Sunday, no official motive has been announced
for the massacre, the
fourth-deadliest
mass
shooting at a U.S. public
school in modern history.
The Santa Fe school
district denied accounts
from some classmates
that Pagourtzis had been
bullied, including by a
football coach.
“A d m i n i s t r a t i o n
looked into these claims
and confirmed that these
reports are untrue,” it
said on Saturday in a
statement on Facebook.
Classmates at Santa
Fe High School, which
has some 1,460 students,
described Pagourtzis as a
quiet loner who played
on the school’s football
team. He wore a black
trench coat to school in
the Texas heat on Friday
and opened fire with a
pistol and shotgun.
Multiple news ac-
counts depicted him as
taunting his victims as
he fired, focusing mostly
on the arts class where
Fisher was.
He has provided authorities little information about the shootings,
his attorney Nicholas
Poehl said, adding: “Honestly because of his emotional state, I don’t have
a lot on that.”
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott
said
Pagourtzis
wanted to commit suicide, citing the suspect’s
journals, but did not have
the courage to do so.
Pagourtzis’
family
said in a statement they
were “saddened and dismayed” by the shooting
and “as shocked as anyone else” by the events.
They said they are cooperating with authorities.
All schools in Santa
Fe will be closed Monday and Tuesday, officials said.
Pagourtzis, who police said has confessed
to the shooting, was
being held without
bond Sunday at a jail in
Galveston. Read more
on page 13. REUTERS
Texas victims include smiling Pakistani girl, fill-in teacher with two jobs
Eight students and two
teachers fell victim to
gunfire at a high school
outside Houston on Friday morning, becoming
the latest casualties in
a wave of deadly school
shootings in the United
States in recent years.
Among the fatalities
at Santa Fe High School
were a Pakistani exchange student and a
substitute teacher trying
to make ends meet for
her family. Here are brief
profiles of some of the
victims:
Sabika Sheikh
A 17-year-old Pakistani
with a bright smile,
Sheikh was proud to be
studying in the United
States as an exchange
student. The experience
was organized through
YES, a program funded by
the U.S. State Department
which provides scholarships for students from
countries with significant
Muslim populations to
spend one academic year
in the United States.
Her father told reporters in her hometown of
Karachi that she was the
eldest of four children
and due to return to
Pakistan next month for
Eid al-Fitr, a three day
holiday.
Cynthia Tisdale
Tisdale was a substitute
teacher at Santa Fe High
School. She took on a
second job as a server at a
local restaurant after she
became her family’s sole
income earner when her
husband was diagnosed
with an incurable lung
disease, her brother-inlaw John Tisdale posted
on Facebook.
Ann Perkins
Perkins was a substitute teacher known
to students and other
members of the Santa Fe
community as “Grandma
Perkins” for her love of
spending time with her
Shana Fisher
Just one week after
she celebrated her
16th birthday, Fisher
was killed when the
gunman opened fire on
the art class, her aunt
wrote on Twitter. “She
should be getting her
first car, not a funeral,”
tweeted
@candithurman.
Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh was among the fatalities at Santa Fe
High School. PAKISTAN ASSOCIATION OF GREATER HOUSTON FACEBOOK
children, grandchildren
and students, according
to a local CBS affiliate.
Christian Riley Garcia
Garcia was remembered
on Facebook by the
Crosby Church pastor
who baptized him years
earlier. A photograph
of Garcia, 15, taken just
days before the shooting, shows him wearing
sunglasses, a baseball
cap and a slight smile
that reveals braces on his
teeth.
Kimberly Vaughan
After a search for her
missing daughter, U.S.
Army veteran Rhonda
Hart posted to Facebook
that Vaughan had been
shot dead in her firstperiod art class.
Chris Stone
Stone, 17, had a passion
for adventure and football. The high school
junior’s Facebook page
features photographs
of such sports heroes as
the Dallas Cowboys and
scenic views of breathtaking wilderness.
Angelique Ramirez
Ramirez’s aunt Sylvia
Pritchett, a nurse,
frantically asked colleagues on Facebook if
her niece was at an area
hospital after she was
told she had been shot
in the leg. Later Pritch-
ett announced that
Ramirez was among the
fatalities, saying that
she had “a broken heart
and a soul that can’t
process all this right
now,” and to “hug your
children tightly.”
Jared Conard Black
Black, who according to
his Facebook page liked
to draw anime pictures,
celebrated his 17th
birthday just two days
before he was shot dead,
his uncle told KTRK-TV.
According to a GoFundMe set up by a family friend to raise money
for relatives to fly to the
funeral from California,
Jared’s father “sat in
misery for 13 hours not
knowing if [his son] was
one of the victims. Then
he got the devastating
news.”
Kyle McLeod
ABC News reported that
McLeod, 15, was among
the students killed. REUTERS
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METRO.US
MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018
NEWS
This is how London celebrated
newlyweds Harry and Meghan
Metro reported
from the British
city during Prince
Harry and Meghan
Markle’s wedding
date.
JAMES LEYFIELD
MWN
letters@metro.us
Londoners were gripped
by royal wedding fever
as fans came out in force
to celebrate Prince Harry
and Meghan Markle’s big
day — dressing in swimsuits featuring the happy couple’s faces, sipping
special beer to commemorate their nuptials, and
making replica lemon
and elderflower cakes.
Partygoers
wearing Harry and Meghan
masks, and patriotic red,
white and blue clothing
packed out pubs and
street parties full of
Oxford Street sellers filled their souvenir shops with Harry and Meghan plates, T-shirts, bags, keyrings and mugs; and
Regent Street was awash with Union Jack flags. GETTY IMAGES
Union Jack bunting and
flags to mark the huge
occasion. Meghan
lookalikes
wore crowns and tiaras
for the day, and royal
super-fans
crammed
around
big
screens
clutching glasses full
of champagne eagerly
looking out for glimpses
of the bride in her stunning dress.
A host of The Wind-
sor Castle pubs around
London — including
one in Kensington, just
metres from the couple’s Kensington Palace
home — stocked a special Harry and Meghan
ale, Windsor Knot, and
supporters became emotional as they watched
the nuptials. Rina Kuci, 22, a barmaid at The Windsor
Castle in Marylebone,
said: “I’m a huge royal
fan. I nearly cried when
they were saying their
vows.”
At a street party near
Marble Arch, one family
spent hundreds on various Harry and Meghan
memorabilia, including
swimsuits, corgi balloons, and commemorative plates. Fay Strang, 32, who
had a bathing suit custom made to celebrate
the big day, said: “I love
Meghan Markle and am
so excited she is joining
the royal family.
“The picture on my
swimsuit was my favorite one of their engagement photographs —
they just look so happy
and in love. I’ve had so
many compliments and
will be wearing it after
the wedding!”
Other
partygoers
were made to feel as
though they were guests
at Harry and Meghan’s
wedding reception as
they tucked into delicious lemon and elderflower cupcakes — the
same flavor as the real
sweet treat made by pastry chef Claire Ptak. Host Anna TurnbullWalker, 60, who made
the replica cakes, said:
“When I heard what they
were having, I thought it
was really unusual and
would be fun to recreate, and they went down
really well.
“The last time we had
a royal wedding party
was when Charles married Diana — let’s hope
this marriage ends better!”
At a royal wedding
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Harry and Meghan, the duke and duchess of Sussex, meet the crowds as they
leave Windsor Castle. ALL PHOTOS GETTY IMAGES
party in south London,
guests were served special sausages featuring
“sweet ginger” — to reflect Harry’s hair color
— and American mustard, to mark Meghan’s
home nation, as well as
quintessentially British
desserts, such as strawberries and cream, and
Eton mess.
Amy Rowland, 33,
who baked some scones
for the big day, said:
“When I think of the
royals I think of British
METRO.US
MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018
NEWS
delicacies like scones, so
I just had to make some.
They were delicious!”
Aesthetically pleasing London church One
Marylebone went all out
to celebrate Harry and
Meghan’s union by hiring Sir Elton John and Ed
Sheeran tribute acts to
serenade guests. Attendee
Alison
Range, 24, said: “We cannot wait to see what Elton and Ed have in store
— what a perfect way to
toast the happy couple.”
Meghan Markle arrives at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
“The last time we had a royal
wedding party was when
Charles married Diana — let’s
hope this marriage ends better!”
Anna Turnbull-Walker
Some fans ensured
Harry’s mother, the late
Princess Diana, was remembered on the big
day by setting up their
picnics next to The Princess Diana Memorial
Fountain in Hyde Park.
Prince Harry places the wedding ring on the finger of Meghan Markle during
their wedding service.
Pam Stevens, 57, said:
“I just felt this was the
right place to be today.
Diana would’ve been
proud of Harry.”
In the lead-up to the
big day, Londoners transformed the city into a
Harry and Meghan masterpiece. Oxford Street sellers filled their souvenir
shops with Harry and
Meghan plates, T-shirts,
bags, key rings and
mugs; and Regent Street
was awash with Union
Jack flags.
Marks & Spencer
stores around the capital
were rebranded Markle
& Sparkle for the weekend, and pubs spent
weeks perfecting royal
cocktail recipes.
Royal superfan Kate
Randall, 34, said: “I’ve
been looking forward
to this day for months
and expected to have a
fabulous time, but this is
beyond even my wildest
dreams. Cheers to the
happy couple!” 8
METRO.US
MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018
NEWS
A colorful wedding full of details
In Great Britain, hats are a tradition, protected by the aristocratic principle of individuality. But at Prince Harry and Meghan
Markle’s wedding and beyond the bride’s significant Givenchy dress — the veil depicted the Commonwealth countries with
flowers —celebrities also showed how they can reinvent a royal wedding dress code for posterity. Metro highlights our picks of
looks that became a digital delight for internet users and fashionistas. LUZ LANCHEROS, MWN
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Kitty Spencer
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This is how you can take flowers to a wedding other than
as a bouquet. With a dreamy Dolce & Gabbana dress, with
touches of orange and perfectly styled that lets the dress
speak on its own, complemented with a geometric and
original headdress.
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Amal Clooney
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Best dressed! Yellow may
not suit everyone but it
definitely looks great on the
human rights lawyer. Her
Stella McCartney had the
perfect cut and silhouette,
with remarkable accents
in the same color, a simple
hairstyle and contrasting
makeup.
2
Victoria Beckham
Seven years ago, she
dressed in black for William
and Kate’s wedding, but
this time she opted for dark
blue. With such a minimalist
and refined style, she can always be herself and impact
with a dress in simple lines
and a tulle headdress that’s
not improvised.
Priyanka Chopra
3
Curves in Dior, a pastel
ensemble with simple
lines. An outfit that impacts
by wrapping the body to
perfection, classically highlighting her silhouette, but
without being boring.
5
Serena Williams
A dress that perfectly adapted to her body (Versace)
with a headdress that respects the original shape of the
tennis player’s hair. Her best look so far.
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METRO.US
MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018
Betting on Atlantic
City just became a
very smart move
New laws, new casinos and tax cuts
could be the perfect
recipe for a boom
on the Jersey Shore.
SAM NEWHOUSE
sam.newhouse@metro.us
After decades of gambling
on sports, here’s a surprise that few Americans
were betting on: sports
gambling is now legal. The
May 14 Supreme Court decision striking down a ban
on sports bets represents
a change in the gambling
world so massive it was
hard to put into words,
even for seasoned bettors
like the Philly Godfather.
“It’s a monumental
day,” the Philly Godfather,
real name Steve Maltpepe,
marveled. “People are
gonna be able to bet on
whatever they want.”
The implications of the
Supreme Court decision
are still be figured out —
like when exactly the new
laws take effect — but everyone agrees legalizing a
multi-billion-dollar black
market industry will create jobs and boost the
local economy. Coupled
with an upward swing in
the fortunes of Atlantic
City, which recently reported its first gains after
years of decline and has
two brand-new casinos set
to open on the same day
next months.
“It’s gonna be great
for the East Coast,” Philly
Godfather predicted. “No
one has to fly out to Las
Vegas anymore, that fivehour grueling flight. As
long as Atlantic City can
be built up in the right
way, that whole Vegas
feel they have out there, if
they can replicate it here,
it will be huge.”
A new state report shows that as of April
2018, total gaming revenues were up 1.3 percent
in Atlantic City’s casino
scene over a year prior at
$214 million, according to
the New Jersey Division of
Gaming Enforcement. Enthusiasm is in the air: On
Memorial Day weekend,
Resorts Casino Hotel will
celebrate its 40th anniversary by dropping 10,000
beach balls on the Boardwalk and re-enacting the
first roll of the dice ever to
take place at the casino in
1978.
Four weeks later on
June 28, two casinos are
opening on the same day
(reportedly a first in Atlantic City history): the Hard
Rock Hotel and Casino
and the Ocean Resort Casino. The two casinos collectively represent the creations of some 6,500 jobs
in the area. Several of the
casinos are planning to
open up their own sports
books to compete with
those in Vegas.
The implications of the Supreme Court decision are still be figured out — like when exactly the new laws take effect — but everyone agrees legalizing a
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Two casinos opening
in June will bring 6,500
jobs to the area.
“It could be huge if
they do it the right way
.... the pool parties, the
clubs, you gotta have
other things to do. Now,
with the sports betting it
will be a domino effect, if
you can make it a destination,” Philly Godfather
predicted. “NBA playoffs,
NHL Stanley Cup, March
Madness — people like to
go somewhere and have
fun while they’re gambling. It could become
ever bigger than Vegas.
The majority of the population lives on the East
Coast, 140 million people.
Who’s gonna take that
five-hour long flight?”
Philly Godfather runs
his own website, PhillyGodfather.com, a subscription service that
since 2012 has offered his
picks and tips for who to
bet on in the sports world.
(“We’re the real deal, the
one percent of professional sports bettors that actually win,” he said.)
The only people who
will get hurt, he said, are
small-time street bookies
who have been the go-to
guy for black market gambling. And he predicted
states will begin cracking
down on those operations
as they begin collecting
tax revenue on legalized,
regulated gambling.
“It’s bad news for the
local street bookies. … It’s
really going to hurt the
mob more than anybody
else,” he said. “They’re
gonna be in trouble economically.”
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MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018
Dogs are helping New
Yorkers learn Yiddish
Interest in Yiddish
for Dogs, a program of Workmen’s
Circle, shows the
ancient language
is far from dead.
In fact, it’s here to
“shtai.”
NIKKI M. MASCALI
nikki.mascali@metro.us
Yiddish has been spoken for more than a
thousand years, but
anyone thinking it’s a
dead language in today’s world need only
look to the Workmen’s
Circle to see that’s not
true at all.
In fact, the citybased Jewish social justice organization has
been teaching the ancient language to more
than 450 New Yorkers
annually, a number
that doesn’t include
Interest in Yiddish for Dogs, a program of Workmen’s Circle, shows the ancient
language is far from dead. WORKMEN’S CIRCLE
their dogs, who can
learn some vital commands in the language
thanks to its popular Yiddish for Dogs
class, the third of which
was to have taken place
Sunday in Central Park
but was postponed due
to the rainy weather.
“We are always looking for new programs
to connect people with
Jewish culture in fun
and unusual ways,” Executive Director Ann
Tobak said in a statement. “We’re showing
that Yiddish is accessible, vibrant, fun and
part of all our lives as
New Yorkers. And what
dog owner couldn’t
use a refresher class in
good leadership skills?
You can even teach your
dogs to fetch — and not
to kvetch — in one and a
half hours!”
The Yiddish for Dogs
classes pair Adrian Silver, an advanced Yiddish class student, with
Miguel Rodriguez, a
longtime certified master trainer and founder
of City Dog Pack, which
offers dog training, sitting and walking services.
While
Rodriguez
knew not a word before the first Yiddish
for Dogs, “I’ve already
learned a lot,” he said.
“It helps develop a vocabulary with your dog,
which is extremely important and helps develop a bond so you can
understand each other
a little more, and it can
help save your dog’s
life. And what’s good
about the Yiddish language in regards to dog
training is a lot of the
words are sharp.”
Thanks to his grandparents,
Silver
has
spoken Yiddish since
childhood and sought
out Workmen’s Circle
for a refresher about
10 years ago. And while
he shared that Jews traditionally don’t speak
Yiddish to their pets, he
isn’t surprised by the
interest in Yiddish for
Dogs.
“There’s been a lot of
interest in Yiddish that
I’ve seen over the past
10 years, but it can be
intimidating, and who
can you actually speak
to anyway?” he said.
“People don’t know
someone
else
who
knows Yiddish; it made
sense to me that they’d
want to learn and speak
it with their close companions who they don’t
have to worry about
speaking back,” he added with a laugh.
As Silver had hoped,
Yiddish for Dogs has
been a gateway to New
Yorkers wanting to
learn more about the
ancient language by
taking classes via Workmen’s Circle, “but we
haven’t seen any of the
dogs,” he joked.
Yiddish for Dogs costs
$15. To reserve your spot,
visit circle.org/event
/yiddish-for-dogs.
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NEWS
METRO.US
MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018
TRUMP’S AMERICA
SHUTTING THE DOOR
ON GUN SANITY
On Friday, a shooter at Santa Fe High School in Texas killed 10 people. GETTY IMAGES
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A
nother 10 dead by
gunfire, and here
we go again.
This time, the
slaughter was outside
Houston at Santa Fe
High School. And Dan
Patrick, the pro-gun
lieutenant governor
of Texas, had another
imbecilic excuse for
refusing to do anything about America’s
sickness with guns.
Guns weren’t responsible for the Santa Fe
massacre, he insisted,
even though shooter
Dimitrios Pagourtzis
came to school with his
dad’s Remington 870
shotgun and .38-caliber
pistol and fired dozens
of rounds.
Blame the doors, he
said.
“There are too many
entrances and too
many exits to our more
than 8,000 campuses
in Texas,” claimed
Patrick, an evangelical
Christian who wants
to loosen gun laws in
Texas, though it’s hard
to imagine how that’s
even possible. “Had
there been one single
entrance possibly for
every student, maybe
he would have been
stopped.”
This is the deflection du jour: Not gun
control, door control!
Guns don’t kill people
— doors do!
If you think I’m
kidding, just know this:
Right now, Texas Gov.
Greg Abbott is touting
a “Win a Texas-made
Shotgun” giveaway on
his website. But the
next Dimitrios Pagourtzis had better act
quickly. Entries for the
pump-action drawing
close May 31.
The truth of the
matter is that Santa
Fe High School had
already gone through
many of the pointless
motions that the gunsanity deflectors like to
promote at times like
this, hoping to avoid
any real gun-safety
measures.
Lockdowns. Evacuation drills. Armed
guards. The Santa Fe
students got all that.
The one thing they
didn’t get was any action that might have
actually protected
them from an everexpanding proliferation
of guns.
Trigger locks.
Background checks.
Age limits. Bans on
military-style firepower. Smaller magazines.
Strict liability laws.
Legal responsibility
for parents who fail to
safeguard their weapons at homes.
I heard another one
recently. Tax the bullets. A lot. Like, 3,000
percent. At some point,
we could probably price
the homicidal maniacs
out of their mayhem.
There is no magic
bullet, of course — and
sorry about the sorry
analogy. But we already
know what would make
America’s children a
little safer if we cared
to. Sorry, Lt. Gov.
Patrick. That doesn’t
include armed math
and English teachers,
and it doesn’t include
door control.
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not want surgery should
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they are rarely the answer.
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Metro US Reporter
Stop puffing your vape clouds indoors!
Get those vape clouds out of my face! ISTOCK
Ever since smoking cigarettes
has been harder to do in most
public areas, a new form of air
pollution has emerged in a more
invasive way. This menace is
known vaping. Even though it
is a healthier option to smoking
cigarettes, what makes vaping
a different beast altogether is
that there are no laws banning
vapers from doing it indoors.
This is because vaping is waterbased as opposed to … who
really knows everything that’s
in a cigarette these days? Now,
everywhere you go there is big
chance that some over confident
vape dragon will be releasing
long giant puffs of vapor into the
air. There’s no hiding from it. You
could be sitting in a crowded
movie theater only to have the
person sitting next to you flavor
your popcorn with a cotton
candy-flavored fog. You could be
sitting in your cubicle as your coworker, let’s call him “Todd,” is
handed me the correct change
and you smiled politely. Thank
you is a formal acknowledgement of appreciation for tasks
large and small, and it should
be reciprocated in the same
way.
That should be NO PROB-
LEM to anyone.
- Linda Connelly, Metro US
reader
to get a seat on the train.
Why don’t you let a hospital
worker or a construction
worker sit down they been
on the feet for eight hours.
KOOLER THAN YOU
- Jack Mehoph, Metro US
reader
puffing away like the caterpillar
from “Alice in Wonderland.” No
more, I say! So, to all the people
out there who choose to vape
indoors: Take it outside!
VENT TO US!
GRUMBLE@METRO.US
READERS REACT: BASIC MANNERS!
When did the proper response
to a polite and sincere “Thank
You” devolve from “You’re
Welcome”, or “My Pleasure”
to “No Problem”.
Really, no problem. Did
I say thank you for handling
something messy or awkward.
Did I just seriously inconvenience you and fluff it off by a
mere “Thank you”.
No, I appropriately appreciated you holding the
door as I entered a store, and
you waved me in, or I paid
my bill at the grocery and you
Listen you sit eight hours
a day at your freaking desk.
Why do you have to run and
push people out of the way
Tell us what
you think!
@metro
newyork
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Libra Don’t make physical changes that will slow
you down, lead to complications or cause a problem with an older relative. Think matters through
and make reasonable suggestions.
Taurus Ease into whatever you plan to do
today. Problems at home will leave you wondering what to do next. Accept the inevitable
and do your own thing.
Scorpio Iron out problems before you share your
plans with others. You will face opposition from
someone you work with or for. A unique option will
buy you time and intrigue someone with vision.
Gemini Your involvement in organized events,
retreats or trade shows will motivate you to alter
your lifestyle. Initiate change and incorporate a
fitness regimen into your daily routine.
Sagittarius A change of location will inspire you to
rethink the best way to move forward. Back away
from anyone trying to interfere with your decisions
or plans.
Cancer Personal changes can be made, but
only if you set a budget and stick to it. Making
cosmetic changes will encourage you to update
your image and pursue new opportunities.
Capricorn Look for alternative ways to cut corners and
save money. Downsizing or investing in something
that will lower your expenses should be considered.
Share your intentions with someone.
Leo Overreacting will hurt your reputation or
cause a problem at home. Someone will unexpectedly start treating you differently. Stay calm
and avoid a senseless argument.
Aquarius Pump yourself up and get energized. Get
into the groove and make personal changes that will
leave you feeling good about the way you look and
the place you live.
Virgo An energetic presentation will capture
attention, but don’t mislead people. Stick to
the facts and only offer what you know you can
deliver. Personal gains are attainable.
Pisces Home and property should be your priorities.
Financial gains look promising, and relying on the
past to point you in the right direction will pay off.
Romance is highlighted. EUGENIA LAST
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Rosé all summer
The wine of the season
is now available in all
kinds of beverages.
Nauti Rosé
If there’s anything hotter than rosé right
now, it’s flavored seltzers. Nauti combines
your loves in the first-ever Nauti Rosé,
a malt-based beverage (think Mike’s
Hard Lemonade) that gets its flavor from
mandarin orange, peach, raspberry and
cherry flavors blended into hard seltzer.
Low in calories and carbs while still being
5% ABV, the only drawback is its limited
availability. Keep an eye on the website
and be ready for a road trip to get your
hands on these cans. nautiseltzer.com
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Rosé isn’t just a summer
beverage — it is THE
summer beverage. Sales
of pink wine have grown
by 53 percent between
the summers of 2016 and
2017 while the rest of the
wine world posted just a
4 percent rise, according
to analytics firm Nielsen.
New York City alone was
responsible for drinking
25 percent of all imported
rosé in the same period!
“The popularity of rosé
wine has exploded the
past five years,” says Alan
Lam, beverage director at
Eataly Flatiron, whose seasonally changing rooftop
restaurant and bar just
went into warm-weather
mode, transforming
into a slice of the Italian
countryside named Serra
by Birreria.
“Especially in the
spring and summer,
we’ve found that it’s all
guests want to drink. At
Serra, I’ve expanded rosé
by-the-glass options and
now feature Frosé two
ways: a frozen cocktail
and a popsicle. All of
them being top sellers.”
With that kind of
interest, it’s no wonder
other beverage companies are getting in on the
trend by giving their products a rosé twist. Check
out these new pink drinks
to shake up your wine
routine.
Moët Ice
Imperial Rosé
Spritzes are all the rage in
cocktails, so Moët & Chandon has taken the idea and
launched a rosé champagne
just last summer meant
to be served over ice. The
melting ice actually opens
up the flavor bouquet of the
Imperial Rosé rather than
diluting it. Is a sunny day a
special occasion? Now it is!
$79.99
Sparkling
Rosé Kit
Make your own personalized rosé bubbly with the Brooklyn
Brew Shop’s reusable
kit. There are
enough ingredients
to make five bottles,
including corks, to
impress your guests.
Though you’ll need to plan ahead though: It takes
six weeks to develop those bubbles.
$70, brooklynbrewshop.com
Three Olives
Rosé Vodka
Angry Orchard Rosé
Hard Cider
Rosé has a flavor all its
own that can be hard to
incorporate into a cocktail
— so Three Olives turned
it into hard liquor. The new
Rosé Vodka gets its fetching
shade of pink from natural
flavors, without using any
wine. The company recommends it as a spritzer with
soda water or blended with
fruit and ice for frosé. $17.99
Cider’s resurgence has pushed
cidermakers to experiment with
new styles and dial back the sweetness to broaden the appeal of cider.
Hudson Valley’s Angry Orchard
started with the most gorgeous
red-fleshed apples sourced from
France and added hibiscus flowers for
a new Rosé Hard Cider that’s similar
to a semi-dry wine. Easy on the
tannins, this medium-body cider is
the drink of 2018’s picnics.
Beaubourg’s Rosé Saison
One of our favorite waterfront restaurants
is Le Beaubourg, whose spacious patio
brings a bit of the French seaside to the
Hudson River. Complementing its wine
selection is a new Rosé Saison commissioned by the brasserie from Brooklyn’s
Five Boroughs Brewing Co. The American
South meets the South of France in this
slightly sweet brew balanced with warm
spice notes, finishing with a subtle sweet
tea flavor.
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night
ABC and NBC
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with big season wrapups on Monday.
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Grab the remote, ready
your hashtags and prepare to vote. The heavy
hitters of the competitive
reality TV world air their
finales tonight. Contestants from “Dancing with
The Stars,” “The Voice”
and “American Idol” are
all taking their stab at
glory, while the celebrity
hosts are cashing their
checks and looking
relieved it’s all over.
“Dancing With
the Stars”
The Tonya Harding redemption tour peaks this
week with the former
ice skater and scandal
maker shimmying her
way to the final with
partner Sasha Farber.
Redskins quarterback
Josh Norman also
lines up for the finale,
alongside Olympic figure
skater Adam Rippon.
There’s no doubt that
Rippon is the most talented dancer, but there is
genuine interest around
Harding’s attempt to win
back public favor.
“It’s not about fame,
it’s not about fortune,”
Harding told US Weekly,
fresh from a camouflage
dress, cowboy boots and
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bear quickstep number
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TELEVISION
bag, although
Hutch could be the
dark horse.
“The Voice”
Hutchinson, Gabby
Barrett and Maddie
Poppe, with the
winner announced
tonight.
Prepare to flick channels: going up against
“DWTS” and “Idol,”
“The Voice” also has its
finale tonight. While
this has been one of the
most lackluster seasons
of “The Voice,” nothing
has been more satisfying than seeing Kelly
Clarkson turn her back
on “Idol” — the show
that gave her a start —
and head over to The
Voice after years of
complaining about how
she felt exploited as a
young reality winner.
She’s left with one
contestant on her teamBrynn Cartelli, who
goes up against Kyla
Jade & Spensha Baker
from Team Blake, and
Britton Buchanan from
Team Alicia (who received an Instant Save)
for Monday’s show.
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9 p.m. on ABC.
Who will win? Country
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seems to have it in the
8 p.m. on NBC.
Who Will Win: Anyone’s game.
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“The Voice”? TRAE PATTON/NBC
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THINGS TO DO
Manhattan gets its own axe-throwing club
The axe-throwing
trend is spreading to
the Lower East Side
with Gotham Archery.
EVA KIS
eva.kis@metro.us
It’s a good time to be
someone who doesn’t like
traditional workouts. The
fitness world is realizing
that the subset of people
who actually like exercise
is only so big — the rest of
us need some incentive.
Hence rooftop yoga,
beer yoga and most recently goat yoga (OK, most
of the innovation has
been in the yoga sphere),
but there’s an option for
those who want to get in
touch with their primal
side: axe throwing.
That’s not all you’ll be
throwing at Manhattan’s
first projectile weapon
recreational club, Gotham
Archery. Opening on Friday, May 25 on the Lower
East Side at 73 Allen St.,
the gym where every day
You’ve got issues, Gotham
Archery has axes. PROVIDED
is arm day would make
Patrick Bateman envious
of all the axes, knives and
arrows ready to be slung.
The
3,500-square-foot
range has 32 archery and
axe lanes for classes and
10 lanes ranging from 5
to 15 yards that can be
rented.
Gotham Archery started in Gowanus in 2014 after Kevin Hsu and Jimmy
Pang got tired of working
in finance and got into
the
alternative-sports
business. Unlike Brooklyn’s lodge-style Kick Axe
Throwing, where a wine
and beer bar makes the
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Archers have a choice
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take a 40-minute practice
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person/by phone), and beginners can tack on a tutorial on form and safety.
You must be at least 10
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How to pick the right
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Pick the school that
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you want to go.
PAT KING
patrick.king@metro.us
On May 15, it was announced that Kingsborough Community
College was nominated,
along with nine other
schools, for the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence
for its second year in a
row. This prize focuses
on student learning,
degree completion of
both the two-year com-
munity program and
the full four-year degree
once the student has
transferred, professional success after
graduating and success
of minority and lowincome students.
A study performed
last year by the National Student Clearinghouse found that
only 38 percent of all
students who attend
community college earn
their degree from that
school. That number
may be affected by the
fact that many students
use community college
as a way to boost their
chances of being accepted into the undergrad of their choice. But
you still have to admit
that this number is still
pretty low given that
millions of students
attend community college every year. So how
can students make sure
they are picking the
right community college to fit their plans?
Choose a school
that will help you
succeed
According to Tom
Friebel, VP for Enrollment Management
for Kingsborough
Community College,
students should choose
a school based on how
that school can help
them succeed. If you
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“You want to see
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Kingsborough’s path
to recognition by
Aspen included making
sure they help their
students transfer to
great schools. “Most
community colleges
across the country send
around 65 percent of
their students to the
workforce and 35 percent to transfers,” he
explained. “Community
colleges in the North-
east, like our school, do
the reverse.”
But not only does
Kingsborough do a
good job at helping
its students find their
right path to success
through transferring,
they also have the
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Ways to prep for financial adulthood
save money at the same
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Leverage your youth
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Speaking of retirement,
saving for it is one of the
best uses of your cash
now. Compound interest over decades is like
magic: A small amount
invested today will be
worth more than a larger
sum you invest 10 years
from now.
NerdWallet is a
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Whether you’re graduating from high school or
college, a diploma and a
job represent the beginning of your personal —
and financial — adult life.
When you have the
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Set clear financial
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You probably can’t save,
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at once, so prioritize in
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Save for emergencies,
contribute to a 401(k) at
least enough to get any
“employer match,” pay
down high-interest debt.
2
Learn a simple budgeting strategy
Identify your after-tax
income on your pay stub,
then use the 50/30/20 rule
as a budgeting guideline:
Use 50 percent for necessities. Put 20 percent
toward savings and debt
repayment. Spend 30
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like restaurants, travel
and entertainment.
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Learn how credit
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Credit is adulthood’s
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life purchases.
To have a good credit
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loans or opening credit
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Credit-builder loans can
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Start saving for
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Age 72 is the age at
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If your employer
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SPORTS
David Quinn expected to be
new Rangers head coach
The Blueshirts
have reportedly
found their man.
JOE PANTORNO
joseph.pantorno@metro.us
The New York Rangers
have reportedly found
their next head coach,
though his hiring has
not been made official
as of yet. Boston University head
coach David Quinn alerted the school on Saturday that he plans to take
the NHL team’s coaching
job, as first reported by
ESPN’s John Buccigross. Multiple reports have
indicated that Quinn’s
deal with the Rangers will
be worth $2.5 million per
season over five years.
However, the deal is not finalized as Rangers general
manager Jeff Gorton is
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in Denmark for the 2018
IIHF World Championships until Monday. The Rangers are currently the only team in
the NHL with a headcoaching vacancy after
the Calgary Flames, Dallas
Stars and Carolina Hurricanes all found new men
behind the bench before
New York could. The new
coach of the Stars, Jim
Montgomery, was an early
favorite for the Rangers
job this spring but was
appearances, two trips to
the Eastern Conference
Finals and an appearance
in the Stanley Cup Final
in 2014. Gorton made it clear
early on that his team
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Source: US, NYRB wonderkid
Adams heading to Germany
A source tells Metro
New York that Red
Bulls star Tyler
Adams could be
on his way to the
Bundesliga.
KRISTIAN DYER
sports@metro.us
It appears that Tyler Adams is Europe-bound, a
move that might happen
this summer or perhaps
at the conclusion of the
MLS season. The 19-year
old midfielder is now in
the midst of his fourth
season as a professional
soccer player, the past
two years as a regular in
the New York Red Bulls
starting XI.
Sources tell Metro that
Adams is closing in on a
deal that would send him
to Red Bull Leipzig in the
Bundesliga, securing a
transfer that presumably
would be finalized after
the MLS Cup Playoffs this
fall. There is a possibility,
though, that the move
is made permanent this
summer and he moves to
Europe within the next
couple of months.
The sources, all speaking on the condition of
anonymity, told Metro
that paperwork could
be completed within
the next few days that
would see Adams move
to one of Europe’s top
leagues. Leipzig, the
sister club of the New
York MLS side, secured
a second-straight year of
European football with
a berth in the Europa
League this season.
When reached for
comment, New York declined to comment.
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player ever signed to the
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four years ago. A former
product of the Red Bulls
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in 2016 and fully gained
a place in the starting
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Through this weekend, Adams has 32 appearances with the se-
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full national team debut
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a regular with the United
States in several friendly
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He is considered a rising young star, a crucial
building block piece as
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and Weston McKennie of
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Porzingis agent a big first step
The new Knicks
head coach is
reaching out to
the face of the
franchise.
JOE PANTORNO
joseph.pantorno@metro.us
David Fizdale, the new
head coach of the New
York Knicks, isn’t wasting any time attempting
to get on the good side of
his star player, Kristaps
Porzingis. On Friday, Frank Isola of the New York Daily
News reported that Fizdale met with Porzingis’
older brother and agent,
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Kristaps was not at the
meeting as he continues
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ACL in Madrid, Spain.
It’s a big first step for
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that has been nothing
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much of the past two decades. That dysfunctionality has spread to Porzingis, who has been tabbed
as the current and future
face of the franchise after
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last season.
Porzingis grew unhappy with the Knicks organization over the past two
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offense under then-head
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at the end of the 2016-17
season with former president Phil Jackson and
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