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Learn the latest happenings for this Sunday’s 48th
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KRISTIN TOUSSAINT, REPORTER
The New York City Marathon is almost here,
and though I’m not one to run 26.2 miles,
I like watching other people do so. Last
year, when a friend ran the race, I used the
marathon’s app to track his bib number, so
I could see him along the course and cheer
him on. For 2018, the app has a new feature to help spectators spot their runners as
many times as possible as the latter make
their way through the streets. Read more
about how this and other tech developments are bringing the 48-year-old event
into the future inside and at metro.us.
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Thousands of Google
employees around the
world briefly walked off
their jobs on Thursday to protest
the company’s response to
sexual harassment and demand
that the world’s largest search
engine address rising concerns
about workplace inequality. The
protests took place in waves,
beginning in Asia and then
streaming across Europe and
North America, with the final
wave occurring at Google’s
headquarters in Mountain View,
California. The protests, which
drew Google contract workers
as well as employees, followed a
New York Times report last week
that Google in 2014 gave a $90
million exit package to a senior
vice president, Andy Rubin, after
he was accused of sexual harassment. “This was the $90 million
straw that broke the camel’s
back,” Celie O’Neil-Hart, one of
the protest organizers and who
works on YouTube marketing,
told reporters as she joined hundreds of other employees in the
courtyard of Google’s Mountain
View headquarters. “But there
are so many stories that we’ve
heard for so long, and it’s time
for action and change,” said
O’Neil-Hart as she teared up.
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U.S. Ambassador to Russia
Jon Huntsman has earlystage cancer and is being
treated, according to comments
he gave to a Utah-based newspaper in an interview published
on Thursday. Huntsman, who
spoke in Moscow with Deseret
News in a series of conversations in August, said at the time
he planned to return for treatment to Utah, where he served
twice as governor. “It’s just
Stage 1,” he told the paper. “So
we’ll probably get it taken care
of, and we’ll be fine.” Representatives for the U.S. Department
of State and for Huntsman could
not immediately be reached for
comment. Huntsman was diagnosed over the summer when
he was in the United States,
after noticing two small black
spots behind his ear and on his
thigh, he told the paper. He has
appeared in Moscow for recent
events, attending national security adviser John Bolton’s Oct.
23 news conference in the city.
Huntsman previously served
as U.S. ambassador to China
and had sought the Republican
presidential nomination in 2012
before dropping his bid. His late
father, billionaire Jon Huntsman
Sr., died in February of cancer.
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A general view of the Lostowicki Cemetery in Gdansk, Poland is seen on Thursday. Christians
celebrate All Saints’ Day by paying respects to dead family members and laying flowers and lit
candles on their graves. All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day are when millions of Poles visit the graves
of loved ones, often traveling hundreds of miles to their hometowns.
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MARYLAND CHANGES
COURSE, FIRES DURKIN
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A day after announcing
head coach DJ Durkin
would be retained,
University of Maryland fired the
coach on Wednesday, according
to a school spokeswoman.
School president Wallace Loh
said Durkin’s departure was in
the best interest of the university.
“Yesterday, the University System
of Maryland Board of Regents announced numerous recommendations, including employment
decisions about specific personnel on our campus. I accepted the
Board’s recommendations,” Loh
said in a statement. “At the same
time, I announced my retirement
as president in June 2019. Durkin
had led practice Wednesday
before athletics director Damon
Evans informed him of his firing,
according to multiple reports.
The decision to keep Durkin,
in the wake of the scandal that
rocked the football program
following the death of offensive
lineman Jordan McNair, inspired
widespread backlash on Tuesday
and Wednesday. The McNair
family’s attorneys called the decision “callous” and “indefensible,”
while McNair’s father, Martin
McNair, said, “I feel like I’ve been
punched in the stomach and
someone spit in my face.”
NEIL YOUNG CONFIRMS
MARRIAGE TO HANNAH
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Singer-songwriter Neil
Young confirmed rumors
that have persisted for
months, saying he is indeed
married to actress Daryl Hannah.
Young revealed the marriage on
Wednesday with a brief reference
to “my wife Daryl” in a post on his
web site about his song “Ohio,”
which he wrote in 1970 to protest
the shooting deaths of four
student protesters by the National
Guard at Kent State University in
Ohio. There has been speculation
since August that Young, 72, and
Hannah, 57, who had been dating
since 2014, had married. Young’s
web site post accompanied the
release of a new video for “Ohio”
that he is using to promote
“common sense gun laws”
ahead of U.S. national elections
set for Nov. 6 and to criticize the
National Rifle Association, a lobby
group devoted to supporting
U.S. gun rights. The issue of gun
ownership has become one of the
most contentious in U.S. politics
with conservatives adamantly
opposed to any limitations on
their constitutional rights to own
firearms. “Give us common sense
gun laws that protect our people,
in schools, in places of worship,
in the workplace and on the
streets,” wrote Young.
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Get ready for the big race
Looking for the best
places to watch the
race? Here’s where
race organizers
recommend:
This Sunday is the
one 50,000 runners have been
training for all
year: the 2018 NYC
Marathon. Here’s
everything you
need to know.
• Fourth Ave., BK (Miles 2-4)
• BK Stage, Fourth and Atlantic
avenues (Mile 8)
• Williamsburg and
Greenpoint, BK (Miles 10-13)
• Pulaski Bridge (Mile 13.1)
• First Avenue, Manhattan (Miles
16-18)
• East Harlem (Miles 18-20)
LENYON WHITAKER
lenyon.whitaker@metro.us
The biggest day of racing on the New York
calendar is this Sunday,
when the 2018 edition
of the NYC Marathon
returns to the streets of
all five boroughs.
The 2018 TCS New
York City Marathon will
start on Staten Island,
with about 50,000 runners and hundreds of
thousands more people
cheering them on
as they make their way
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across the VerrazanoNarrows Bridge to the
finish line in Central
Park.
Whether you’re
participating in the
26.2-mile trek, supporting the participants or
will be in the city this
Sunday, you need to
have a plan. So we’ve
put together a guide to
all the necessary details,
including start times,
route, how to watch,
and street closures.
It’s time for
the race
The official start
time for the marathon
is 8:30 a.m., but there
are different start times
for different divisions
and waves.
GOOGLE MAPS
What’s the route?
Runners will begin on
Staten Island and cross
the Verrazano-Narrows
Bridge, then make their
way through Brooklyn,
Queens, Manhattan, the
Bronx, and back into
Manhattan down Fifth
Avenue to finish on the
southwestern end of
Central Park.
Additional information can be found on
the 2018 NYC Marathon spectator guide at
tcsnycmarathon.org.
How to watch the
NYC Marathon
at home
Want to enjoy the race,
but in your pajamas?
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The 2018 NYC Marathon
will be broadcast live
on ABC 7 New York.
You can check out
the action online on
the ABC 7 website.
Marathon coverage
will also be available
on ESPN. For a full list of NYC
Marathon street closures,
visit metro.us.
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Running is a pretty lowtech sport — all you need
are some shoes and a path
— but the New York City
Marathon is changing that.
It wants to be the most
technologically advanced
race in the world, officials
say, to benefit both participators in the grueling
sport and those who just
want to watch.
This year marks the
48th New York City Marathon. On Sunday, more
than 50,000 runners and
nearly a million spectators will fill streets in all
five boroughs for the 26.2mile race.
That’s a lot of faces to
scan if you’re looking to
cheer on a loved one. This
is where the TCS New
York City Marathon app
comes in.
TCS (Tata Consultancy
Services) is the title sponsor of the race and the
year-round sponsor of
New York Road Runners’
community efforts. As an
IT company, TCS wants
to use technology to improve any experience, said
Michelle Taylor, TCS head
of sports sponsorship.
“This sport is so unique
in that it’s not an arena,
it’s covering 26.2 miles
across the city,” she said.
“If you’re standing in one
place and a runner goes by
and you don’t see them,
you sort of missed your
opportunity. That’s where
we leverage technology
for people.”
For four years, the New
York City Marathon app
has allowed spectators to
track runners via their bib
number, showing a pin on
a map that moves along
the course as they do.
Now, a new feature
called “spectator guides”
aims to ensure you see
that runner as many times
as possible.
From wherever you
start watching the race,
you can tap on the in-app
map and see, based on the
predicted time of the runner you’re tracking, green
circles for next spots along
the course where you can
catch them, or red circles
if your runner will get
there before you, meaning
you’d miss that chance to
cheer them on.
Spectators can create
an itinerary that moves
along the course ahead of
the runners. The app will
also provide transportation directions between
locations.
“That way, the spectator has a game day plan
the same way the runner
has a game day plan,” said
Taylor.
The tracking option
alone has already changed
how both runners and
spectators enjoy the race,
she added. Once, a woman approached Taylor because of her New York City
Marathon shirt, asking if
Taylor had run the marathon. Taylor explained no,
she just watched.
“She said, ‘My daughter
ran and I used this tracking
app and got to see her in
four different places!’ She
had no idea who I am and
that this is what I work on
all year round,” said Taylor.
“This is such an amazing
moment and accomplishment for people, everybody wants to celebrate
it, and you can see how
people are using this technology to bring these great
moments to life.”
If you swing by the
New York City Marathon
Expo at the Javits Convention Center from now
through Saturday, you
can play a TCS interactive
game called “Marathon
City — Spring to the Finish” that lets you run (or
spin your wheelchair
wheels) in place on a mat
to move your character
down the last 200 meters
of the race toward the
finish line. The game is
open to anyone, official
runners and beyond, and
lets two people compete
at a time.
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CBD and the
NYC Marathon:
A love story for
runners, doctors?
CBD is one of the top wellness trends, and that’s not
going to change as it becomes more mainstream
for humans and animals
alike. Its benefits are so
great, in fact, that one
NYC Marathon runner is
going to use it during and
after Sunday’s race.
No, Jessica Filoramo
is not going to smoke or
ingest marijuana. CBD,
a.k.a. cannabidiol, is a
cannabis compound that
doesn’t cause a high, but
can treat insomnia, anxiety and pain, including
the intense kind that can
come from running the
26.2-mile NYC Marathon.
“It’s really made an
impact in my recovery,”
Filoramo said of the Elixinol products she’s been
using as she trained for
her first NYC Marathon
and sixth overall. “The
general pain relief is really
the biggest one. I can tell a
big difference in my pain
levels — and quickly.”
Doing
long-distance
runs ahead of the NYC
Marathon, Filoramo, who
is now a regional manager
for Elixinol, is “not even
icing afterward,” which
can soothe muscles and
inflammation and trim
post-race recovery time.
As she has during training, she’ll use the company’s liposome drops,
which aid her recovery
and focus, in her water as
she runs the NYC Marathon. Afterward, she’ll
use its topical CBD hemp
balm, which is entirely
plant-based and can alleviate inflammation and
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muscle strain.
“If there’s one supplement I suggest every
marathon runner have in
their arsenal, it’s CBD,”
said Col. Dr. Phillip Blair,
and not just because he’s
Elixinol’s medical director. 26.2
Miles in the NYC Marathon
“I’ve never seen negative effects” from CBD,
Blair said, but he has seen
“surprising benefits” since
he began studying it in
2014. They include improved mental clarity and
focus, anxiety reduction,
more restful sleep and decreased intestinal cramping and muscle soreness.
In addition to sleep and
nutrition, NYC Marathon
runners need to nourish
the endocannabinoid system (ECS) with full-spectrum CBD, which means
the entire cannabis plant
is used.
“ECS controls neurologic, endocrine, immune, behavior and cognitive functions,” Blair
explained. “When CBD
is integrated into a regular long-distance training
program, it can help with
common concerns of endurance athletes.”
Elixinol is one of many
companies that offers
various CBD products, and
many city businesses are
also getting in the game,
as Metro has previously
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Which political ‘tribe’
do you belong to?
A new study
reveals the beliefs
that drive our votes
define not two,
but seven political
“tribes.”
ANNA HARSTEDT
letters@metro.us
The U.S. midterm elections are coming up
and it could easily be assumed that most Americans will vote strictly
down party lines: Democratic or Republican. But
according to a new study,
it’s not that simple.
Hidden Tribes, a recent study by More in
Common, examines the
underlying beliefs that
drive Americans’ votes
in the election, dedicated to releasing political
tensions.
In the survey, the
researchers
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the views of more than
8,000 people, a group
of U.S. citizens statistically representative of
the population based on
census data. The survey
participants answered
hundreds of questions
about what they consider today’s most important issues, as well
as their hopes, fears and
concerns for the future.
They also conducted sixhour-long focus groups
with people from across
the U.S.
“The primary way
we split people into
the tribes was by asking about their values,”
said Stephen Hawkins,
the project’s research
director, in a statement.
The analysts used the
answers to understand
the psychological forces
at the heart of America’s
political polarization.
The study found that
the beliefs that drive our
votes define not two, but
seven political “tribes”
affected by deep feelings
about identity, fairness
and personal responsibility — rather than external factors like race or
party.
“America is not split
into two tribes, as we’re
sometimes told. In fact,
we’ve identified seven
distinct groups of Americans. These are our ‘Hidden Tribes of America’;
distinguished not by
who they are or what
they look like, but what
they believe,” the study
reads.
The study explains
that we’re currently
experiencing a deep
polarization and have
become divided into different tribes with different codes, values, and
even facts. Researchers
explain that polarization
has become so extreme
that it impacts how we
disagree on issues as
well as not taking into
consideration different
perspectives. “Members of the different tribes live in the
same world as the others; they share the same
demographic profiles,”
Hawkins said. “But they
have totally different
worldviews.”
To read more, go to
metro.us.
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Traditional Conservatives
Moderates
Passive Liberals
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CAREERS
METRO.US
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How job fairs can help
you get around the
traditional job interview
A handshake might
be the only thing
between you and your
dream job.
PAT KING
patrick.king@metro.us
The job search is tough
for everyone. Just motivating yourself to go
on different job search
sites to submit your
résumé and perfectly
fine-tuned cover letters into the faceless
void can certainly sink
your spirits after not
hearing anything back
for weeks. This is why
job and career fairs can
be such a great help in
your search for a job.
At job fairs, you will
be able to learn what
certain companies are
looking for in their candidates from the people
who are hiring directly.
By printing out a few
copies of your résumé
to give out on your
visit, you can come prepared to have informal
chats with the people
who would normally
be conducting your interviews if your application were accepted
online. By approaching
the application process
this way, you can eliminate preparing the sales
pitch that you normally
would write up to recite
in your interview, and
get to know each company for what it is from
the people who work
there every day.
This kind of “learning from the horse’s
mouth” approach is
the perfect way to
make a good impression on a human resources division that
is
actively
looking
to fill positions. Just
think about it this way:
When you are attending these job fairs, you
are the one who holds
all of the cards. They
are looking for people
to fill these positions
and have gone through
the trouble of setting
this job fair up for that
very reason. In fact, the DOE
Fund, a social work
and outreach program
based in New York
City, will be holding
its own job fair today
at 1420 Crotona Park
E., Bronx, NY 10460
from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
and 5 p.m.-7 p.m. so
that staffers can meet
energized candidates
to fill positions that
they have open, such
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So why sit at home
scrolling through job
posting after job posting online? Sure, that
may be a necessary
evil for many of the
jobs out there. But it
doesn’t hurt to take an
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Aries Personal improvements should be your
priority. Update your image, qualifications, skills
and anything else that needs it. Preparation is
crucial.
Libra How you deal with others will determine your
future. Use your intelligence, not your emotions,
when you come up against opposition. Self-improvement projects will boost your confidence.
Taurus Set the standard and stick to it. Make
others adjust to your expectations, and don’t
back down. Your drive and determination will be
impressive and worthy of substantial rewards.
Scorpio Don’t get angry when you can get moving.
If you put your energy into something worthwhile,
you will bring about a change that will improve
your current standard of living.
Gemini Don’t take shortcuts. Follow through
with your plans from beginning to end. How
you do things will reflect what you are capable
of achieving. Celebrate with a loved one.
Sagittarius Your tendency to think big will lead to
trouble if you let your emotions take the reins. Attention to detail, precision and moderation will be
required if you want to be successful.
Cancer Discussions will result in a host of ideas
that can help resolve some of the problems
you’re facing. Do your best to find common
ground and work alongside others.
Capricorn Consider what you want and put your
plans in motion. You have what it takes to turn your
ideas into reality with a push and a shove and a little
persuasion.
Leo Handle your money, legal and health
matters carefully. Pay close attention to what’s
being said, and ask an expert if you aren’t
sure how to handle something or someone.
Aquarius Partnerships will be confusing. You’ll get
mixed signals that will make it difficult to know what’s
expected of you and what you should do next. When
in doubt, ask direct questions.
Virgo Follow your heart, and engage in talks
that will help you understand how others feel.
Knowing what you are up against will help you
discern the best way to move forward.
Pisces Make your choices known and your intentions clear. What you want will be met with approval if you are direct and detailed in your presentation. Talks will lead to financial gain. EUGENIA LAST
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Sons of Thunder is among the
new vendors at Smorgasburg
Night Market. ALL PHOTOS FACEBOOK
Smorgasburg goes after-hours
A new late-night edition of Smorgasburg
kicks off this weekend,
along with its new
indoor winter markets,
in Brooklyn.
EVA KIS
eva.kis@metro.us
The end of warm weather
doesn’t mean the end of
Smorgasburg — and this
year, they’re even getting
into the late-night scene
with a Smorgasburg Night
Market in Williamsburg.
Created in partnership
with Vice, the Smorgas-
burg x Vice Night Market
will be open Fridays
beginning Nov. 2 through
December at the Brooklyn
event venue Villain (307
Kent Ave.). Smorgasburg
is bringing in 15 food
vendors, including established favorites Carnal,
Home Frite, Mao’s Bao,
John’s Juice, Oyster Party,
Kokus and Bona Bona Ice
Cream. In addition, the
market will have several
newcomers:
Sandoz: Japanese “katsu
sando” pork-cutlet sandwiches and pour-over
miso soup.
Sons of Thunder: Poke
bowls and fish tacos.
El Perrito Street Dogs:
Traditional Latin and
South American hot dogs.
Vice will supply a rotating
lineup of DJs; on deck
already are Academy
Records’ DJ Ron Like Hell
(Nov. 2), Susan Z. Anthony
of Mister Sunday (Nov. 9)
and The Juan MacLean
(Nov. 23). The market will
be open from 6 p.m. until
“late,” and though admission remains free, a $25
ticket gets you priority
entrance, two cocktails
and 20% off food and
merchandise.
Vice has been trying
to make the market happen for over a year, says
Smorgasburg co-founder
Eric Demby, but timing
and logistics didn’t work
out last year. “So over the
summer we started talking again, and together
created the night market
concept, which fits nicely
with our daytime winter
markets and allows
more of our vendors to
participate during what
has been a slower time of
year for Smorgasburg in
particular,” he says.
“We’ve also always
wanted to do a night
market after experiencing them in Asia, and this
seemed like the right time
and place.”
In addition to the night
market, Smorgasburg will
Where to celebrate after
the NYC Marathon
The crew at Threes
Brewing will take their
enthusiasm to the race
route with a sign-making session at the corner of Fourth Avenue
and Douglass Street in
Gowanus starting at 9
a.m. Then, from noon
until close, runners are
invited to stop by either
of their taprooms for a
free pint (non-runners
get drink and food
specials, too). threesbrewing.com
Clinton Hall just
nabbed gold at the New
York City Wine & Food
Festival for their Double
Smashed Burger. Get
it for free along with a
pint of their new house
brew, the Gigawatt IPA
— also free! — by showing your NYC Marathon
2018 medal. clintonhallny.com
Restaurateur Michael
Chernow is running
the NYC Marathon on
the City Harvest team.
ISTOCK
To spread the racing
love, all six locations of
Seamore’s are offering
all marathon runners
(with proof of medal or
bib) free fish taco refills
on Sunday! Basically,
buy your first order
then get as many refills
as you’d like. seamores.
ter
Market — it moves around,
spending last winter at
Industry City and the old
Williamsburg Savings
Bank in 2016 — is the
former OfficeMax inside
the Atlantic Center in Fort
Greene, across from the
Barclays Center. Not glamorous digs, but the lineup
will be worth it: They’ve
got 30 Smorgasburg favorite food vendors, who
have tailored their menus
to the colder weather, and
25 Brooklyn Flea vendors,
making for a holiday
market as much as a food
hall — plus, a bocce court
for families and a full bar
for whoever needs it.
The winter market is
open at 625 Atlantic Ave.
beginning Nov. 3-4, and
open every Saturday (11
a.m.-8 p.m.) and Sunday
(11 a.m.-5 p.m.) through
March 31, 2019.
com
Ready for dessert?
Head to Boulton &
Watt on the Lower East
Side for the restaurant’s signature Cast
Iron Chocolate Chip
Cookie. It comes with
a side of cold milk, and
for runners on Nov. 5
it’s totally free. 5 Ave.
A, boultonandwattnyc.com
Your congratulatory drink is on Park
Avenue Tavern in Murray Hill. Swing by for
a free cocktail for all
finishers, because after
26.2 miles, you’ll need
some hydration. 99 Park
Ave., parkavenuetavern.
com
Planning to celebrate
after the race? All
of Quality Branded’s
restaurants are offering runners a bottle
of wine on the house
by showing this year’s
medal. Participating
restaurants include Don
Angie, Quality Italian, Quality Meats, Quality Eats, Smith &
Wollensky, Park
Avenue and Maloney &
Porcelli.
Cross the finish line
and reward yourself
with a free beer, wine
or mixed drink at
Parker & Quinn. 64 W.
39th St., ingoodcompany.
com EVA KIS
keep putting on its indoor
winter markets, too. The
location of this year’s
Smorgasburg Win-
Catch DJ Ron Like
Hell tonight at
the first Smorgasburg Night
Market.
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WEEKEND, NOVEMBER 2-4, 2018
TELEVISION
How the Koch brothers inspired
this ‘House of Cards’ character
Greg Kinnear explains
how the billionaire
brothers influenced
his work on season 6.
Claire’s own presidential
agenda, which leads
to many showdowns,
including the one in the
Oval Office.
“That Koch brothers
reference is a good one
because you hear the
word ‘brothers’ and immediately know there is
a familial connection for
them,” the actor notes.
“They’re protective of
that, and I think they
need each other in a way.
Yet, like all families, that
can be a hard mechanism
to keep working without
it getting volatile.
“In fact, as it moves
along,” Kinnear adds
before stopping himself
with a laugh. “I don’t
want to give anything
away.”
And he’s totally right,
for as exciting as it is to
discuss the nitty-gritty
details of the remaining
twists and turns that
“House of Cards” has
ANDREW HUSBAND
letters@metro.us
Early in the final season
of “House of Cards,”
which debuts today on
Netflix, wealthy businessman Bill Shepherd (Greg
Kinnear) has a very tense
encounter with President
Claire Underwood (Robin
Wright) in the Oval Office. There’s no need to
spoil the confrontation
here, of course, but of all
the moments that define
Bill throughout the series, this one stands out.
Then again, as
Kinnear tells Metro, both
Bill and his sister Annette
Shepherd (Diane Lane)
are completely “entitled,
Greg Kinnear’s Bill Shepherd takes a cue from the Koch brothers this season. DAVID GIESBRECHT/NETFLIX
arrogant and formidable.”
“I felt like they had
a guy who is one of two
parts,” says Kinnear. “He
and his sister are definitely married, in a way.
I wouldn’t call it a good
cop/bad cop relationship,
but the two of them together are quite effective
at getting results. I think
[showrunners Frank Pugliese and Melissa James
Gibson] mentioned the
Koch brothers or some of
these other well-connected, financially well-to-do
families that aren’t really
aren’t elected to anything. They don’t have a
need to do anything, but
through their connections and their money,
they are able to express
their willpower and
change policy.”
The Koch brothers
comparison is apt. From
the very beginning of
season six, the pair is
almost always working
with one another against
in store for audiences,
it’s even more exciting
to watch it for the first
time.
This is especially true
for Kinnear, who counts
himself among the
show’s many fans.
“I remember watching the first episode and
the first season and being
kind of gobsmacked,” he
recalls. “Seeing the level
of work in the aesthetic,
in the design, in the writing, the acting and all of
it was amazing. It had
elevated the television
experience to something
that, as someone who
had worked primarily in
film, I didn’t realize was
possible. It was hard not
to be taken with what
they were doing on this
show, and with how
consistently good and
interesting it was.”
The sixth and final
season of “House of Cards”
is on Netflix.
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Total Maximum
Gross Annual
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1
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30% of income
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1
Studio
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30% of income
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1-2
1 Bedroom
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express or overnight mail will not be accepted) to a post office box number, or its equivalent, that
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postmarked after December 14, 2018 will be set aside for possible future consideration. Applications
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WKND
Who’s really singing in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’?
Rami Malek and the
cast talk us through
the Queen biopic.
GREGORY WAKEMAN
Gregory.Wakeman@metro.us
While the look, style
and flair of “Bohemian
Rhapsody” are obviously
going to play a huge part
in the success of the film,
the Queen biopic was
only ever going to connect with an audience if
the music and songs of
the beloved band were
pitch-perfect.
But how did the film’s
cast and crew achieve
and recreate that sound?
Earlier this year, Rami
Malek, who plays Freddie
Mercury in the film, gave
Metro some insight into
the process, explaining,
“It is an amalgamation of
a few voices.
“But predominantly it
is my hope, and the hope
of everyone, that we will
hear as much Freddie as
possible,” says Malek. “I
think that is the goal for
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all of us.”
According to Gwilym
Lee, who brings legendary guitarist Brian May
to life in the film, Malek,
Ben Hardy (as drummer
Roger Taylor) and Joseph
Mazzello (as bassist John
Deacon) were integral to
creating the sound of the
film.
“We were never going to be able to play the
instruments like these
guys, because that’s the
point, they’re all so virtuoso. Only Brian can play
the way he plays,” explains Lee. “I didn’t have
time to perfect the solos
in that way. So it was a
meticulous process to try
and sell that I could play
in his very, very specific
and idiosyncratic style effortlessly.
“That was tough,” he
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“It is my hope and the hope of
everyone that we will hear as
much Freddie as possible.”
Rami Malek
was 14. That alone makes
him unique, let alone the
talent.”
But were the four ac-
cific style. He plays with
a sixpence coin. He plays
on a guitar that he and
his father built when he
tors actually playing during filming?
“You couldn’t fake it,”
says Lee, who never actually did a guitar test for
the film, but was instead
taught to play by an old
school friend. “You see
the chords being struck,
you see where the fingers
are on the fret board, so
you have to play that for
real.
“When we would play
on the day, generally
speaking we would play
to a backing track. But
you still had to play along
to the music we were
hearing,” he adds. “We
are playing, really. You
don’t hear our playing in
the film generally. Rami
is singing, too. You can
see the muscularity in his
neck and throat as he is
forcing his voice out.”
Lee concedes, though,
that the “majority of the
vocals you hear in the
film are Freddie’s, because that’s what people
want to hear.”
“Bohemian
Rhapsody”
opens in theaters today.
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at 3097 Third Avenue, in the Bronx is under the direction of the U.S. Dept. of HUD Section 202
Program. Applications are available for individuals and couples age 62 or older and for mobilityimpaired individuals and couples who meet the following income and family size guidelines.
Family Size*
Apt. Size
Monthly Tenant Portion
of Rent*
Total Maximum
Gross Annual
Income**
1
Studio
Eligible resident pays
30% of income
$36,550
1-2
1 Bedroom
Eligible resident pays
30% of income
$41,750
Subject to occupancy standards
*includes cooking gas **income guidelines adjusted for family size
Monthly rent is based on 30% of the family’s total household income (as per US Dept. of Housing
and Urban Development regulations) and includes gas for cooking.
Completed application must be returned by regular letter sized mail only (No priority, certified,
registered, express or overnight mail be accepted) to a post office box number, or its equivalent,
that will be listed with the application and must be postmarked by December 14, 2018.
Applications postmarked after December 14, 2018 will be set aside for possible future
consideration applications will be selected by lottery; applicants who submit more than one
application will be disqualified. Duplicate applications will not be accepted. Qualifications will be
based on Section 8 Federal guidelines and additional selection criteria.
APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MEET SECTION 8 CRITERIA and WILL BE
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SPORTS
Jets look to snap skid at Fins
What to watch
for as Gang Green
visits the Dolphins
in Week 9.
THE DEFENSE CAN GET RIGHT
The Jets’ defense has
become something of
a liability over the past
three
weeks,
allowing an average of 31.6
points per game. On top
of that, only five teams
have allowed more yards
against opposing offenses than New York’s
2,997.
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Amidst a two-game slide,
the New York Jets are dangerously teetering near
seeing the contending
portion of their 2018 season end.
At 3-5, the Jets are
three games out of the
AFC East and two games
out of the Wild Card picture, making a Week 9
matchup against the Miami Dolphins a must-win
scenario.
The Dolphins are also
facing a do-or-die situation
as four losses over their
last five games quickly
canceled out a promising
3-1 start this year.
They’ve been without
starting quarterback Ryan
Tannehill for the past
three games and will be
without him once again
come Sunday afternoon.
Miami will be hoping
history remains on their
side, though, as they’ve
won four of the last five
matchups against the Jets
and haven’t lost at home
to New York since 2015.
With AFC East relevancy on the line, here is
what to watch for.
Luckily for the Jets,
they face off against a
Dolphins team that will
be rolling out Brock
Osweiler as their starting quarterback for the
fourth straight week.
The magic of his debut in an overtime win
against the Chicago
Bears in which he passed
for 380 yards is gone.
Osweiler has passed for
215 and 254 yards over
his last two games, both
Dolphins losses.
Still without top injured cornerback Trumaine Johnson, the Jets
still have a good chance
to limit their opposition
on the scoreboard.
PRESSURE ON BOWLES RISING?
Jets head coach Todd
Bowles has been given a
much more talented roster compared to last year,
when he improbably led
the team to five wins.
However, the hot
seat beneath him might
start to warm even more
should he lose on Sunday
to the Dolphins.
The Jets are 2-10 on
the road since the start of
the 2017 season, which
doesn’t bode well against
a Dolphins team that is
3-1 at Hard Rock Stadium
this year.
Bowles’ team has also
become one of the most
discomposed in football.
Last week saw the Jets
commit seven pre-snap
penalties in their loss to
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While the other Eli of
New York, Giants quarterback Eli Manning, has
been drawing the ire of
many around the league,
the Jets will likely see
running back Elijah McGuire make his season
debut after suffering a
foot injury on the first
day of training camp.
McGuire will begin
the Bears, bringing their
total up to 18 through
eight games.
Their 53 penalties
this season ranks 12th in
the NFL, but they cannot
have a repeat of Week 8 or
else things will go down
quickly — not only for the
Jets’ playoff hopes, but for
Bowles’ standing as head
coach.
THE RETURN OF ELI
just his second year in
the league following a
promising rookie campaign in which he posted 492 yards from scrimmage.
The Jets rushing offense has struggled over
the last two weeks, ever
since veteran Bilal Powell suffered a neck injury
that will likely end his
season.
Isaiah Crowell has
not been able to carry
the ground game on
his own, which makes
McGuire’s return a welcome addition.
Both backs are poised
for big games considering Miami’s rush defense is tied for worst in
the league.
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Sam Darnold and the
Jets have struggled to
put up points in recent
weeks, but a trip to Miami could be just what
the doctor ordered. The Dolphins, who
have dropped four of
their last five straight-up
and against the spread,
have surrendered an average of 33.4 points per
game in that span.
Miami’s run defense
has been a sore spot, as
they’ve allowed an average of 175.6 rushing
yards per game over this
sorry five-game stretch.
They can expect a heavy
dose of Isaiah Crowell
on Sunday afternoon. Darnold should be
comfortable in the pocket too, as the Fish are
third-worst in the league
at getting to the quarterback (11 sacks).
Brock Osweiler is
producing diminishing
returns under center
for Miami, as he exits
a loss against Houston
in which he posted a
season-low 65.3 passer
rating.
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PACKERS AT PATRIOTS
(-5.5)
The Packers played admirably in defeat to the
Rams last week, but
things don’t get any
easier for Aaron Rodgers and company as they
travel to Gillette Stadium to take on the New
England Patriots on Sunday night. New England’s balanced offense had been
driving the opposition
crazy until Monday
night, when the Bills
were able to make crucial stops. But the Patriots successfully leaned
on their defense and
held Buffalo to just six
points and forced two
takeaways. That enabled
New England to cover
the spread for the fourth
time in five games.
However, with Rodgers to defend instead
of Derek Anderson, the
Patriots’ stoppers will
probably revert to their
customary 400-yard allowance. But
Green
Bay’s
defense has allowed
over 400 yards in two
straight games, so Tom
Brady should have no
problem going through
them either, especially
if Sony Michel returns
to the lineup. The Packers’ stoppers took a step
backward at the trading
deadline, as star safety
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was
dealt to the Redskins. Points should not
be difficult to come by
based on these teams’
styles, and the betting
total (56.5) reflects that.
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the Patriots, who are
9-3 against the spread
in their last 12 home
games, is not that onerous.
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