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Gina Dougherty and her brother Peter Marmorato with a new plaque they made honoring fallen Lt. Michael Murphy.
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Plaque for fallen
hero rising anew
Artisans replace
vandalized salute
to LI Navy SEAL
BY CARL MACGOWAN
carl.macgowan@newsday.com
Peter Marmorato and his sister, Gina Dougherty, didn?t have
to think twice last July when
they heard a plaque honoring
Medal of Honor recipient
Michael Murphy had been destroyed.
Their late father, Peter Marmorato Sr., had designed and
made the original plaque that
was installed at a Lake
Ronkonkoma park named for
Murphy, a Patchogue native
and Navy SEAL who was killed
in 2005 while on a secret mission in Afghanistan.
Brother and sister immediately volunteered to make a
new plaque at no cost to either
Murphy?s family or the Town of
Brookhaven, which owns the
park. The new plaque bears the
same inscription as the old one,
and features the same image of
Murphy in uniform.
But this one won?t suffer the
same fate as the old one, they
said. The new plaque, at three
inches in depth, is more than
three times thicker than the
original.
?Everything is the same, but
everything is more dense,?
Peter Marmorato, 45, said Monday at his shop, Art Stone &
Memorial in Kings Park. ?You
could . . . ?
? . . . Drive a truck on it,? his
sister said.
The new monument will be
installed at the park in about
two weeks, Marmorato said.
For now, the plaque rests at his
shop awaiting its journey to the
park.
Daniel Murphy, Michael?s father, said the family is pleased
that ?the heart of that monu-
ment is back in its rightful
place of honor. ... I know it?s
going to be bigger and better
than it was, which is really in
keeping with Michael?s legacy.?
The Murphy family and Lake
Ronkonkoma residents expressed a mixture of outrage
and sorrow on July 19 when the
damaged memorial was discovered. Suffolk police charged a
14-year-old Ronkonkoma boy
with damaging the plaque. The
boy was not identified because
of his age.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had
pledged to pay for the monument?s replacement.
Eliot Mazzacca is the owner
of Calverton-based Lido Stone
and a neighbor of Daniel Murphy who donated a slab of granite, and Marmorato did the engraving free of charge. The original design used by Marmorato?s father remained in a
computer at the business, and
was used for the new stone.
?Eliot told me that that piece
is unbreakable,? Murphy said.
Brookhaven officials have installed security cameras at the
park, which overlooks Lake
Ronkonkoma, where Michael
Murphy once worked as a lifeguard and where he trained for
Navy service by swimming
across the lake.
New lighting will be installed
at the park this spring, town
councilman Neil Foley said.
The Lake Ronkonkoma monument is one of several memorials honoring Michael Murphy. His alma mater, Penn
State University, dedicated a
wall in his honor, and the USS
Michael Murphy, a guided-missile destroyer, patrols the Pacific Ocean. A Navy SEAL museum under construction in
West Sayville will be named
for him.
?Michael?s purpose and
legacy have become larger than
life now,? his father said. ?He?s
become the poster child for the
Navy.?
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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is sworn in by Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals Janet DiFiore on Tuesday. \ Video: newsday.com/state
candidates. Republican state
chairman Ed Cox said Cuomo
had ?White House delusions.?
Ellis Island was once the nation?s busiest immigration station, welcoming more than 12
million to the United States before it was closed in 1954.
Cuomo, 61, made his support
for immigration and his opposition to Trump?s agenda the center of his re-election campaign
last fall, talking more about national issues than state. Cuomo
easily defeated Republican
Marc Molinaro, the Dutchess
County executive, in the general election.
The White House did not immediately return an email seeking comment Monday night, but
Trump has previously taken aim
at Cuomo via Twitter calling
him ?Hightax Andrew Cuomo.?
New Democratic Attorney
General Letitia James also referenced Trump in her ceremonial
swearing-in, a few minutes before Cuomo, Lt. Gov. Kathy
Hochul and state Comptroller
Thomas P. DiNapoli, all
Democrats, were sworn in.
James, the first black woman
to hold statewide office and the
first female state attorney general, vowed during her campaign that she would seek state
charges, if merited, against
Trump in certain cases. On
Tuesday, she didn?t mention
the president by name, but referenced her previous pledge,
saying ?even the most powerful
cannot use a loophole to evade
justice.? The attorney general?s
office has had a long-running
lawsuit accusing the New Yorkbased Trump Foundation of violating state charities and campaign finance law.
Cuomo noted Democrats, for
the first time in years, in 2019
will control all the levels of
state government. He said that
made him feel ?liberated? and
said working with a Republican-led State Senate had been
like fighting with one arm behind his back. But progressive
activists and even some
Democrats had long accused
him of propping up Senate Republicans, being too fiscally
conservative and opposing
some of their proposals.
Cuomo promised to enact a
raft of ?progressive? measures
in 2019, including new abortion,
gun-control and voting laws.
But legislators have pointed out
that all the high-profile items
on Cuomo?s agenda have been
supported by Democrats for
years. The governor is just
adopting the agenda of Democratic lawmakers, they said.
?These are bills the Assembly
has already done and our members have long fought for,?
tweeted Michael Whyland,
spokesman for Assembly Majority Leader Carl Heastie (DBronx), who didn?t attend. Neither did new Senate Majority
Leader
Andrea
StewartCousins (D-Yonkers).
Legislative politics aside,
Cuomo returned again and again
to his theme of New York as a
bulwark against the Trump administration. ?When they write
the history books and ask what
did we do in the face of anger
and division, when people were
disillusioned,? the governor said,
?let New York?s answer be that in
this defining moment we
brought healing and light and
hope and progress and action.?
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gration stalemate between
Trump and Congress. Cuomo
called Ellis Island a ?sacred
place? and a ?historical portal?
that gave immigrants hope.
And he even name-checked
two immigrants who came
through Ellis to enter America:
Frederick Trump, the president?s grandfather, who came
from Germany; and Richard
Cawley, grandfather of Vice
President Mike Pence, who
came from Ireland.
?America?s only threat is
from within: it is the growing division amongst us,? the governor said. ?When we see ourselves as black or white, foreign
or native born ? instead of as
Americans ? as Christians or
Jews or Muslims, gay or
straight ? instead of as Americans ? that, my friends, is truly
frightening. Yet that is the
threat we face today.?
Cuomo?s critics have said the
Democrat is conflating legal immigration and illegal immigration. They also have accused
him of using the immigration
issue as a way to get his name
in the mix of 2020 Democratic
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ELLIS ISLAND ? Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday
said President Donald Trump
was guilty of ?failure of leadership and government malfeasance,? saying the Republican
has sought to foment a cancerous division in America for political benefit.
?Like looters during a blackout, they didn?t cause the darkness but they exploited it,?
Cuomo said of the Trump administration and what he called
its efforts to ?demonize new immigrants? and ?demonize our
differences.?
Cuomo, a Democrat beginning his third term, delivered
the remarks in his inauguration
speech strategically staged at
Ellis Island, the speck of land in
New York harbor that is a symbol of immigration.
Though it was a state inauguration, Cuomo focused largely
on national themes, saying the
nation is confronting a ?social
depression? akin to the economic depression of the 1930s,
as well as division he likened to
a ?cancer spreading throughout
our society.?
Trump didn?t cause the ?fear
and frustration,? the governor
said, but he said the president
is cynically trying to benefit politically.
?As our nation once confronted a great economic depression, we now confront a great social depression,? Cuomo said.
?People?s frustration turning to
fear and the fear turning to anger
and the anger turning to division. It is impossible to overstate
how dangerous, how malignant
this condition is. It is a cancer
that is spreading throughout our
society. . . . This is not the America that lured our ancestors
across great oceans to this sacred hall of hope.?
Cuomo, a potential 2020 presidential candidate, has used
state tourism funds to keep
Ellis Island and the Statue of
Liberty open amid a federal
shutdown sparked by an immi-
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Trump on border:
Offers briefing as
Dems make plan
to end shutdown
AP / JOSE LUIS MAGANA
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Visitors tour the National Air and Space Museum in Washington on Tuesday. The shutdown is expected to close Smithsonian museums today.
WASHINGTON ? President
Donald Trump has invited congressional leaders from each
chamber to a White House briefing on border security Wednesday as the partial government
shutdown wore on over funding
for a border wall, with Trump
tweeting: ?Let?s make a deal??
The briefing would happen
the day before the Democrats
take control of the House, but
the exact agenda wasn?t immediately clear, according to a person
with knowledge of the briefing
who was not authorized to speak
publicly about the issue and
spoke to The Associated Press
on condition of anonymity.
The invite comes after
House Democrats released
their plan to reopen the government
without
approving
Rules are ignored and trash is piling up in
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WASHINGTON ? Human
feces, overflowing garbage, illegal off-roading and other damaging behavior in fragile areas
were beginning to overwhelm
some of the West?s iconic national parks, as a partial government shutdown left the areas
open to visitors, but with little
staff on duty.
?It?s a free-for-all,? Dakota
Snider, 24, who lives and works
in Yosemite Valley, said by telephone Monday, as Yosemite National Park officials announced
closings of some minimally supervised campgrounds and public areas within the park that
are overwhelmed.
?It?s so heartbreaking. There
is more trash and human waste
and disregard for the rules than
I?ve seen in my four years living here,? Snider said.
The partial federal government shutdown, now into its
12th day, has forced furloughs
of hundreds of thousands of fed-
eral government employees.
This has left many parks without most of the rangers and others who staff campgrounds and
otherwise keep parks running.
Unlike shutdowns in some previous administrations,
the
Trump administration was leaving parks open to visitors despite
the staff furloughs, said John
Garder, senior budget director of
the nonprofit National Parks
Conservation Association.
?We?re afraid that we?re
going to start seeing significant
damage to the natural resources in parks and potentially to historic and other cultural artifacts,? Garder said.
?We?re concerned there?ll be impacts to visitors? safety.?
?It?s really a nightmare scenario,? Garder said.
Under the park service?s shutdown plan, authorities have to
close any area where garbage or
other problems become threats
to health and safety or to
wildlife, spokesman Jeremy Barnum said in an email Monday.
?At the superintendent?s discretion, parks may close grounds/areas with sensitive natural, cultural, historic or archaeological
resources vulnerable to destruction, looting or other damage
that cannot be adequately protected by the excepted law enforcement staff that remain on
duty,? Barnum said.
In the southern Sierra
Nevada in central California,
some areas of the Sequoia and
Kings Canyon national parks
were closed Monday evening.
In Sequoia, home to immense
and ancient giant sequoias,
General Highway was closed
because overflowing trash bins
were spreading litter and posed
a threat to wildlife, and the icy,
jammed roadway was seeing up
to three-hour delays, according
to the National Park Service.
Also closed was the Grant
Tree Trail, a popular hiking
spot, because the government
shutdown halted maintenance
and left the path dangerously
slick from ice and snow, with at
least one injury reported, the
park service said.
Campers at Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California?s deserts were reporting
squabbles as different families
laid claims to sites, with no
rangers on hand to adjudicate,
said Ethan Feltges, who operates the Coyote Corner gift
shop outside Joshua Tree.
Feltges and other business
owners around Joshua Tree had
stepped into the gap as much as
possible, hauling trailers into
the park to empty overflowing
trash bins and sweeping and
stocking restrooms that were
still open, Feltges said.
Feltges himself had set up a
portable toilet at his store to help
the visitors still streaming in and
out of the park. He was spending
his days standing outside his
store, offering tips about the
park in place of the rangers who
normally would be present.
?The whole community has
come together,? Feltges said,
also by phone. ?Everyone loves
the park. And there?s a lot of
businesses that actually need
the park.?
Some visitors have strung
Christmas lights in the twisting
Joshua trees, many of which are
hundreds of years old, the Los
Angeles Times reported.
Most visitors were being respectful of the desert wilderness and park facilities,
Joshua Tree?s superintendent,
David Smith, said in a statement.
But some are seizing on the
shortage of park staffers to offroad illegally and otherwise damage the park, as well as relieving
themselves in the open, a park
statement said. Joshua Tree said
it would begin closing some
campgrounds for all but day use.
At Yosemite, Snider, the local
resident, said crowds of visitors
were driving into the park to
take advantage of free admission, with only a few park
rangers working and a limited
number of restrooms open.
Visitors were allowing their
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Let?s make a deal
money for a border wall ? unveiling two bills to fund shuttered government agencies and
put hundreds of thousands of
federal workers back on the
job. They plan to pass them as
soon as the new Congress convenes Thursday.
Trump spent the weekend
saying that Democrats should
return to Washington to negotiate, firing off Twitter taunts. He
then revised his aides? comments to state that he really
still wants to build a border
wall. And last week, he blamed
House Democratic leader
Nancy Pelosi for the impasse
that led to the shutdown.
On Tuesday morning, after
tweeting a New Year?s message
to ?EVERYONE INCLUDING
THE HATERS AND THE
FAKE NEWS MEDIA,? Trump
tweeted, ?The Democrats,
much as I suspected, have allocated no money for a new Wall.
So imaginative! The problem is,
without a Wall there can be no
real Border Security.?
But he seemed to shift tactics
later in the day, appealing to
Pelosi, who is expected to take
over as speaker when the new
Congress convenes.
?Border Security and the
Wall ?thing? and Shutdown is
not where Nancy Pelosi wanted
to start her tenure as Speaker!
Let?s make a deal?? he tweeted.
Whether the Republican-led
Senate, under Majority Leader
Mitch McConnell, would consider the Democratic bills ? or
if Trump would sign either into
law ? was unclear. McConnell
spokesman Donald Stewart said
Senate Republicans would not
take action without Trump?s
backing.
Even if only symbolic, the
passage of the bills in the
House would put fresh pressure on the president. At the
same time, administration officials said Trump was in no rush
for a resolution to the impasse.
Trump believes he has public
opinion on his side and, at very
least, his base of supporters behind him, the officials said.
White House officials, including the departing chief of staff,
had indicated that Trump?s sig-
nature campaign pledge to
build the wall would not be fulfilled as advertised. Chief of
staff John Kelly told the Los Angeles Times in an interview
published Sunday that Trump
abandoned the notion of ?a
solid concrete wall early on in
the administration.?
The Democratic package to
end the shutdown would include one bill to temporarily
fund the Department of Homeland Security at current levels
? with $1.3 billion for border
security, far less than the $5 billion Trump has said he wants
for the wall ? through Feb. 8 as
talks continued.
It would also include another
measure to fund the departments of Agriculture, Interior,
Housing and Urban Development and others closed by the
partial shutdown. It would provide money through the remainder of the fiscal year, to Sept. 30.
Democrats under Pelosi were
all but certain to swiftly approve
the package in two separate
votes Thursday. They would
take place after the election of a
unstaffed national parks
new speaker, a contest Pelosi
was expected to win as leader of
the new House majority.
The White House did not respond to multiple requests for
comment on the House proposal. Republican senators left
for the holidays refusing to
vote on any bills until all sides,
including Trump, were in agreement. The lawmakers were frustrated that Trump had dismissed their earlier legislation.
The president has not said he
would veto the Democratic legislation, if the bills were to land on
his desk. But a prolonged crisis
could hobble House Democrats?
ability to proceed with their
agenda, which included investigations of the president and oversight of his administration, in-
cluding Russian interference in
the election.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)
encouraged Trump to use the budget impasse as an opportunity to
address issues beyond the wall.
But a previous attempt to reach a
compromise that addressed the
status of ?Dreamers? ? young immigrants brought to the United
States as children ? broke down
last year as a result of escalating
White House demands. Graham
said Trump was ?open minded?
about his proposal.
The partial government shutdown began Dec. 22 after Trump
bowed to conservative demands
that he fight to make good on his
vow and secure funding for the
wall before Republicans lose control of the House.
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With staff furloughed by the shutdown, trash accumulates on a road in Yosemite National Park.
dogs to run off-leash in an area
rich with bears and other
wildlife, and scattering bags of
garbage along the roads, Snider
said. ?You?re looking at
Yosemite Falls and in front of
you is plastic bottles and trash
bags,? he said.
Officials at Rocky Mountain
National Park in Colorado said
Monday they were closing restrooms and locking up trash
bins in many locations.
In Yellowstone National
Park, private companies have
picked up some of the maintenance normally done by federal
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COPS: TERRORIST STABS 3 IN U.K.
Police questioning
man in Manchester
train station attack
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LONDON ? Police in Manchester are questioning a man
arrested in the New Year?s Eve
stabbing of three people at a
train station and treating it as a
terrorist attack, authorities said
Tuesday.
Greater Manchester Chief
Constable Ian Hopkins said a
man and a woman suffered
?very serious? injuries in the attack and remained in the hospi-
tal. Both have abdominal injuries and the woman also has
injuries to her face.
A police sergeant who was
stabbed in the shoulder has
been released.
The attack happened at Manchester?s
Victoria
Station
shortly before 9 p.m. on New
Year?s Eve. The busy train station is next to Manchester
Arena, where a suicide bomber
killed 22 people at an Ariana
Grande concert in 2017.
Police have detained the suspect, who has been arrested on
suspicion of attempted murder,
but not yet provided a motive for
the stabbings. A witness said the
suspect shouted Islamic slogans
during the frenzied attack.
Assistant Chief Constable
Russ Jackson said police believe they have identified the
suspect and are searching his
home in the Cheetham Hill
neighborhood of Manchester.
BBC producer Sam Clack,
who was on the train platform,
said he heard a ?blood-curdling
scream? when the attack
started and saw a man dressed
in black having what looked
like a fight with two victims.
Clack said he heard the man
with the weapon shout Islamist
slogans during the assault, and
then the attacker was chased by
police.
?He came towards me. I
looked down and saw he had a
kitchen knife with a black han-
dle with a good, 12-inch blade,?
Clack said, adding that his reaction ?was just fear, pure fear.?
Clack said police used pepper spray and a stun gun to
bring the man down.
Police said there?s no indication that any others were involved in planning or assisting
the attack. The investigation
was being led by Britain?s counterterrorism police.
British police tried to reassure the public that the area
was safe despite the attack.
The incident was ?not ongoing? and there was ?currently
no intelligence to suggest that
there is any wider threat,? Assistant Chief Constable Rob
Potts said.
?I know that the events of
last night will have affected
many people and caused concern,? Hopkins said. ?That the
incident happened so close to
the scene of the terrorist attack
on 22 May, 2017, makes it even
more dreadful.?
Prime Minister Theresa May
expressed concern for the victims and thanked emergency
workers for their ?courageous
response.?
Extra police officers were on
the city?s streets Tuesday as a
precaution.
Britain?s official threat level
has long been set at ?severe,?
indicating that intelligence analysts believe an attack is
highly likely.
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MOSCOW ? Laboring
through subfreezing temperatures, Russian rescue workers
were digging into a sprawling
heap of jagged rubble from a
collapsed apartment building
when one heard the faintest
sound.
It was the sound of life.
On Tuesday, to everyone?s delight and surprise, they pulled a
baby boy out of the rubble
alive, nearly 36 hours after the
disaster that blew apart his
home. His father called it ?a
New Year?s miracle.?
The building collapse in the
Russian city of Magnitogorsk
before dawn Monday has killed
at least nine people so far, and
officials say 32 people who
lived in the building have still
not been accounted for.
The collapse followed an explosion that was believed to
have been caused by a gas leak.
The boy, an 11-month-old
named Ivan Fokin, was in extremely serious condition, officials said, with fractures, a
head injury and suffering
from hypothermia and frostbite after his ordeal in temperatures around minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit).
He was flown to Moscow late
Tuesday in a desperate attempt
to save his life. He was in stable
condition on arrival in the capital, the head of the national public health institute Vladimir
Uiba was quoted as telling state
news agency Tass.
Although Ivan?s prospects for
survival appeared dire, ?it?s a
New Year?s miracle,? his father
Yevgeny was quoted as saying by
the RT satellite TV channel.
The father was at work when
his wife phoned to say the building had collapsed. She escaped
the rubble with a 3-year-old
son, Russian news reports said.
?I was sleeping on the couch
with my older son, hugging him
and the young one was sleeping in his baby bed,? mother
Olga Fokina said on Russian
TV. ?I and the older one fell
down and quickly got out and I
didn?t know what happened to
the baby bed afterward.?
Rescue worker Pyotr Gritsenko said on Russian television that baby?s discovery came
after one of the crew heard
faint cries.
?They stopped all the equipment. He began to cry louder,?
but the crew couldn?t find him,
he said. A search dog was
brought in and confirmed that
someone was under the rubble,
focusing the rescue effort.
The father said he helped res-
AP
A tiny sign of life
after Russia blast
A baby suffering from injuries and frostbite was pulled from the rubble 36 hours after the deadly blast.
cuers dig in the rubble and
?showed them a place where he
approximately could be.?
Regional Governor Boris
Dubrovsky was quoted as saying
by the Interfax news agency that
the child apparently had been
protected by being in a crib and
being wrapped warmly.
The rescue operation, aided
by powerful heaters and lights,
was continuing overnight into
Wednesday in the city about
1,400 kilometers (870 miles)
southeast of Moscow.
Russian President Vladimir
Putin visited the accident site on
Monday and went to a local hospital, where he spoke to a 13-year
old-boy who had head injuries
and frostbite after spending an
hour under the rubble.
?You will get well soon, you
are a fighter,? Putin told the
boy, one of five people hospitalized from the building collapse.
Russian officials say the odds
of finding anyone else alive in
the debris look increasingly slim,
given the extreme weather.
Late Tuesday, three people
died in Magnitogorsk about
two kilometers (1.2 miles)
down the same street as the col-
lapsed building when their passenger van exploded and
caught fire. Police said the vehicle was carrying gas canisters.
In other Russian holiday disasters, seven people including a
couple and their three children
died in a house fire in the town
of Orsk, 900 miles southeast of
Moscow, Interfax reported.
In Moscow, the mayor fired
the director of the city?s
renowned Gorky Park after 13
people were injured when a
wooden pedestrian bridge
packed with New Year?s celebrants collapsed.
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New Year?s Day Bond
LI welcomes first
baby just seven
seconds into year
BY NICHOLAS SPANGLER
AND RACHELLE BLIDNER
JAMES CARBONE
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Eli Derdik and his wife, Adina, with their son, born seven seconds past midnight at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park.
Rochelle Monroe and Josean Lewis of Amityville with their son.
cant holiday than the Jewish
New Year, Rosh Hashanah.
?I?d rather the tax deduction
than the New Year?s baby, but
you can?t plan these things,?
Adina said, with a laugh.
Suffolk County?s first baby appeared to be Kairo Lewis, born at
12:08 a.m. at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West
Islip to Rochelle Monroe and
Josean Lewis of Amityville. Kairo
weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and
Farmingville welcomed their
daughter to the world at 1:26
a.m. at Stony Brook University
Hospital, according to a hospital spokeswoman.
Ketan, 35, and Hetal, 27, both
work in pharmaceuticals and said
in a phone interview they would
follow Hindu custom in seeking
advice from family before naming their 6-pound, 14-ounce girl.
Ketan Patel said he and his
wife had hoped for a New
measured just over 22 inches
long, according to hospital
spokesman Timothy Kelchner.
Josean, 32, a warehouse
worker, and Rochelle, 30, an elementary school teacher, were
tired but elated, along with
Kairo?s big sister, Gianna Lewis, 7.
?We feel great, we feel happy,?
said the newborn?s father, who
made a prediction for 2019: ?It?s
going to be restless nights.?
Ketan and Hetal Patel of
Year?s baby and ?that dream
came true. It?s called the grace
of God.? Said Hetal Patel:
?When I show her, when I hold
her, my pain is gone away.?
Humans weren?t the only
ones whose New Year?s Day
birthdays caused a stir.
The Long Island Aquarium announced Tuesday that two penguins have hatched and posted a
photo of them by a Happy New
Year?s hat and party blowers.
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
Ketan Patel and wife, Hetal, with their girl. \ Video: newsday.com/li
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Meet Baby, New Year?s Baby.
You can call him 007. His parents do.
Adina and Eli Derdik welcomed their boy seven seconds
after midnight on New Year?s
Day, likely making him the first
baby born on Long Island and in
the metropolitan area in 2019.
The 7-pound, 13-ounce baby,
who has yet to be named, was
born surrounded by party
hats, glitter makeup, streamers, excitement and ?the
whole staff? of Long Island
Jewish Medical Center in New
Hyde Park, his mom said.
?It was an amazing moment,?
said Adina Derdik, 24, a graphic
designer. ?We had a cheering
squad. We had the ball dropping in the background.?
The nurses nicknamed the
20.75-inch-tall baby ?007? after
his birth time and James Bond.
His parents, of Kew Gardens
Hills, Queens, will give him his
real name in eight days at his
bris, a baby-naming and circumcision ceremony, according to
religious Jewish tradition.
?It?s as close as I can remember? to a midnight birth in a
22-year career with the Northwell Health system, hospital
spokeswoman Michelle Pinto
said Tuesday morning.
The Derdiks? second child was
also the ?best kind? of birthday
present for Eli Derdik, who is
turning 28 on Wednesday.
?My wife always says I?m the
hardest person to find a
present for,? Eli Derdik, a physician assistant, said as Adina
voiced her agreement. ?This is
up there. It?s No. 1.?
The baby, who on Tuesday
was nestled in his mother?s
arms and wearing a hat with a
puff of blue fabric on top, was
due to be born on Dec. 29. He
came into the world after three
hours of labor.
Adina Derdik says the birth
is an exciting and overwhelming way to celebrate the New
Year, although it is a less signifi-
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A NEW
HORIZON
AFP / GETTY IMAGES
NASA vessel
reaches farthest
point ever in
human history
LAUREL, Md. ? NASA?s
New Horizons spacecraft has
survived the most distant exploration of another world, a tiny,
icy object 4 billion miles away
that looks to be shaped like a
peanut or bowling pin.
Word of success came 10
hours after the middle-of-thenight encounter, once flight
controllers in Maryland received word from the spacecraft late Tuesday morning.
Cheers erupted at Johns Hopkins
University?s
Applied
Physics Laboratory, home to
Mission Control, as mission operations manager Alice Bowman declared: ?We have a
healthy spacecraft.?
A huge spillover crowd in a
nearby auditorium joined in
the loud celebration, cheering
each green, or good, status update. Scientists and other team
members embraced, while hundreds of others gave a standing
ovation.
?I don?t know about all of
you, but I?m really liking this
2019 thing so far,? lead scientist
Alan Stern of Southwest Research Institute said to applause. ?I?m here to tell you
that last night, overnight, the
Above, an artist?s illustration of the New Horizons spacecraft encountering 2014 MU69, nicknamed
Ultima Thule. Below, New Horizons principal investigator Alan Stern, center, celebrates with other
mission team members in Laurel, Maryland.
BILL INGALLS /NASA /HANDOUT / EPA-EFE / REX / SHUTTERSTOCK
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
newsday.com
The Associated Press
United States spacecraft New
Horizons conducted the farthest exploration in the history
of humankind, and did so spectacularly.?
New Horizons zoomed past
the small celestial object
known as Ultima Thule 3 ╜
years after its spectacular
brush with Pluto. Scientists
said it will take nearly two
years for New Horizons to
beam back all its observations
of Ultima Thule, a full billion
miles beyond Pluto. At that distance, it takes six hours for the
radio signals to reach Earth.
Scientists did not want to in-
terrupt observations as New
Horizons swept past Ultima
Thule ? described as a bullet
intersecting with another bullet ? so they delayed radio
transmissions.
The spacecraft is believed to
have come within 2,200 miles
of Ultima Thule.
Weary from dual countdowns late Monday and early
Tuesday, the New Horizons
team members were visibly
anxious as they reassembled in
late morning. ?Happy New
Year again,? they bid one another. But the hundreds of
spectators went wild nonetheless when the good news came
in.
New Horizons? 2015 encounter with Pluto was the
most distant exploration until
Tuesday. The Ultima Thule
rendezvous was more complicated, given its 4 billion-mile
distance from Earth, the much
closer gap between the spacecraft and its target, and all the
unknowns surrounding Ultima
Thule.
Based on rudimentary pictures snapped just hundreds of
thousands of miles before the
12:33 a.m. close approach, Ultima Thule is decidedly elongated ? about 22 miles by 9
miles. Scientists say there are
two possibilities: Ultima Thule
is either one object with two
connected lobes, sort of like a
spinning bowling pin or
peanut still in the shell, or two
objects orbiting surprisingly
close to one another. A single
body is more likely, they
noted. An answer should be
forthcoming Wednesday, once
new and better pictures arrive.
The best color close-ups,
though, won?t be available
until later in January and February.
The icy rock has been in a
deep-freeze preservation state
since the formation of our
solar system 4.5 billion years
ago. Scientists hope to learn
about those origins through
New Horizons? observations
deep inside the so-called
Kuiper belt, or frozen Twilight
Zone, on the fringes of the
solar system.
New Horizons will continue
to zoom farther away. The hope
is that the mission, now totaling $800 million, will be extended yet again and another
target will be forthcoming
sometime in the 2020s.
Ultima Thule is the first destination to be reached that was
not even known until after the
spacecraft?s launch.
New Horizons rocketed from
Cape Canaveral, Florida, in
2006.
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A9
Haley?s UN record
LI scholars note
successes ? and
shortcomings
AFP/GETTY IMAGES / HECTOR RETAMAL
BY ZACHARY R. DOWDY
zachary.dowdy@newsday.com
UNITED NATIONS ? Nikki
Haley marched into the lobby
of the United Nations? Manhattan headquarters in January
2017 with big plans.
President Donald Trump?s
newly confirmed ambassador
said the U.S. mission to the UN
would work smarter and reform the international body.
Weeks later, addressing the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, she famously used
a metaphor that grated on the
ears of some diplomats. A
novice in international affairs,
she said there was a ?new sheriff in town? who would whip
the global body into shape.
Haley stepped down Monday
from her UN post. Local scholars
describe her tenure as marked by
notable accomplishments ? including major Security Council
resolutions that would be a feat
even for seasoned diplomats ?
along with some maneuvers that
isolated the United States and
may have marred its image.
The former governor of South
Nikki Haley ended her tenure as
UN ambassador on Monday.
Carolina, who had opposed
Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, quickly became
one of his more prudent cabinet
members. And she was a stalwart for Trump?s laser focus on
buttressing Israel, which the administration maintains has been
bullied at the UN for decades.
She was a staunch proponent
of some traditional U.S. positions, often publicly chiding
Russia and China, as well as
Iran, Syria and North Korea,
and getting the UN to shed red
tape. But she departed from
other long-held U.S. positions
in taking a unilateral approach
in the multilateral body.
?Long Islanders are likely to
see Ambassador Haley?s aggressive support for Israel and her
weak leadership on climate
change as a mixed legacy,? said
Scott Carlin, a professor of geography at LIU Post in Brookville,
referring to the U.S. decision to
withdraw from the Paris climate
change agreement even as scientists sound the alarm that the
world is getting warmer.
He praised her as a ?rational?
voice who secured sanctions
against North Korea as well as
Russia and an arms embargo in
South Sudan, which is embroiled in a civil war.
Still, he said, ?Nikki Haley
missed an important opportunity to be a visible and passionate public advocate for achieving
the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with an emphasis
on human rights for all peoples.?
Katie Laatikainen, director of
international studies at Adelphi
University in Garden City, said
Haley differed from previous ambassadors because she declined
to endorse the UN?s communal
approach. Haley articulated the
U.S. decision to withdraw from
the UN Educational, Scientific
and Cultural Organization and
the UN Human Rights Council,
and to exit the Global Compact
on Migration.
?Her lack of even rhetorical
support for the concept of the in-
ternational community, coupled
with a clear preference for defining America?s friends, foremost
Israel but also Saudi Arabia, and
enemies ? Iran, Russia, and early
on North Korea ? represents an
important shift in the way the
U.S. approaches the UN,? she
said. ?She was successful in promoting a Trumpian approach to
U.S. policy . . . so she might be
considered successful from the
administration?s point of view.?
But, Laatikainen said, ?This approach failed to win a great deal
of support from the rest of the
UN membership, and so a number of high-profile US-sponsored resolutions,? such as the
resolution against Hamas, the
Palestinian militant group that
controls the occupied territory
of Gaza, was rejected in the UN
General Assembly in December.
The General Assembly voted to
condemn the U.S. decision in
2017 to move its Israel embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Haley was not pleased with
the vote. ?The United States will
remember this day in which it
was singled out for attack in this
assembly,? she said, threatening
to withhold aid to countries
based on how they voted.
?She and the Trump administration then blame the UN for
failing to do what the U.S. wants,
appearing to understand the UN
as a tool only for American inter-
ests,? Laatikainen said.
That transactional approach
to international affairs is not necessarily new, said Hofstra University School of Law Professor Julian Ku, who serves as faculty director of international programs.
But Haley?s candor ? stating
she would be ?taking names? by
noting who voted with the
United States and openly threatening to punish those nations
who did not ? is new.
?What?s different is that she
said it in public,? he said, noting
the arm-twisting done by previous ambassadors occurred in private conversations in the halls of
the UN or in capitals.
Overall, Ku said, Haley?s tone
was harsher than her predecessors? and she reflected the
Trump administration?s skepticism for international institutions, but he said she accomplished as much as an ambassador could in two years.
?I think she was a success as
much as any U.S. ambassador
can be successful at this,? he
said. Ku said Haley?s most significant contribution likely was turning up the pressure on North
Korea, which has long been
under UN Security Council sanctions but ? after Haley?s advocacy ? is now saddled with the
toughest sanctions ever, coping
with measures that have put a
dent in the country?s finances.
In Philly,
Mummer?s
the word
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
AP / DAVID MAIALETTI
newsday.com
A colorful
Philadelphia
tradition marches
on as members of
the Saints Wench
Brigade Tuesday
strut in front of the
judges at City Hall
during the
Mummers Parade.
Mild weather
brought out extra
large crowds for the
119th annual event.
LONG ISLAND
RANDEE DADDONA
A10
Hundreds of participants run in and out of the water at the East Hampton Polar Bear Plunge.
Icy plunges held
from E. Hampton
to Coney Island
BY DAVID OLSON
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
newsday.com
david.olson@newsday.com
Suzanne Scully ran into the
cold water of Northport Bay on
Tuesday with about 250 others
for a ?polar bear swim? to raise
money for a local food bank.
She didn?t linger.
?In and out,? Scully, 48, of
Commack, said as she covered
herself afterward with a brown
bathrobe to warm up as gusty
winds blew across Steers Beach.
?They dunked under,? Scully
said, gesturing to her daughters,
13-year-old Lindsay and 16-yearold Ashley. ?I didn?t. They?re
crazy.?
The event was one of at least
four polar plunges and swims
scheduled Tuesday on Long Island.
In Northport, the temperature
was a springlike 53 degrees, according to Weather Underground, though wind gusts of up
to 38 miles per hour made it feel
more like winter. Last year, temperatures on Jan. 1 were in the
single digits and teens and the
Northport swim was postponed
until March because of ice that
stretched hundreds of feet.
The Northport swim, organized by Northport Boy Scout
Troop 410 to raise money for the
Ecumenical Lay Council Food
Pantry, is in its 10th year. The
troop expected to collect about
$5,000 this year, said Assistant
Scoutmaster Pat DeSimone.
Screams punctuated the air as
participants ran into the water.
?Invigorating would be the
term to describe it,? said Don
Elling, 54, of Centerport, as he
and his son Dan, 12, stood near
a wood fire that burned in a pit
that had been dug in the beach.
Tuesday was the fifth polar
swim for Adam Silverstein, 20,
of Northport.
?It?s just a great way to start off
the new year,? he said. ?It?s a bit
crazy but that?s what makes it
fun. . . A
. nd it?s definitely a great
cause. You feel good doing it.?
A few people had fun with the
event, dressing up in costume.
Karla Mattern, 57, of St. James,
who donned a plastic Viking helmet, beat out three ?cute elves?
in red and green to win a
women?s costume contest.
Mattern said her seafaring ancestors left her undaunted.
?I?m Norwegian,? she said.
?We?re used to cold water.?
Over on Brooklyn?s Coney Island, more than 3,600 swimmers took part, up from last
year?s 1,200, organizers said.
At East Hampton?s Main
Beach, more than 400 took the
East Hampton Polar Bear Plunge
into the Atlantic Ocean. The
event likely raised more than
$10,000, said Vicki Littman, chairwoman of the East Hampton
Food pantry, one of three food
banks the plunge benefits.
In Wainscott, more than 75
Swimmers beat a hasty retreat from the water at the annual New
JEFF BACHNER
LIers grin and
(polar) bear it
to help causes
Creatively decked-out swimmers try for ?best costume? honors
before the polar bear swim in Northport.
people took the plunge to help
pay the medical costs of Claudia Ghetu, a former employee
of The Seafood Shop in Wainscott who has pancreatic cancer, said Colin Mather, owner
of the store, organizer of the
fundraiser and a longtime
friend of Ghetu. Ghetu, who
now lives in California, has
been receiving treatments in
Mexico that are not approved
by the U.S. government and not
covered by insurance, he said.
A New Year?s Day plunge was
also scheduled for Montauk.
LONG ISLAND
A11
Marta Garcia Ochoa
Ochoa was arraigned Tuesday. Her bail was set at $30,000
bond or $15,000 cash, according
to online court records. Her attorney could not be reached.
? NICHOLAS SPANGLER
JEFF BACHNER
Year?s Day ?polar bear swim? at Steers Beach in Northport.
Ochoa?s overturned 1999 Volkswagen Jetta on Route 112.
POLICE: HIT-RUN CRASH KILLS PEDESTRIAN
from the Suffolk County
medical examiner?s office
pronounced Campbell dead
at the scene, police said.
Detectives are asking anyone with information on
this crash to call the Major
Case Unit at 631-852-6555 or
anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 800-220-TIPS.
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DEON J. HAMPTON
COREY SIPKIN
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Nassau cops arrested a
Hempstead man Monday morning in connection with a burglary in Uniondale, police said.
Police said the man was reported by neighbors looking
into windows near Braxton
Street in Uniondale about 11
a.m. Monday. Police found
Jahkeem Jiles, 27, on the side
of one the homes, where he
ran away from officers, au-
thorities said.
Police arrested Jiles at Hofstra University, where authorities found evidence he had
entered a home on nearby
Braxton Street and stolen
valuables, police said.
Jiles was charged with second-degree burglary and is
set to be arraigned Wednesday morning.
? JOHN ASBURY
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
1929 The United States and
Canada reached agreement
on joint action to preserve
Niagara Falls.
1935 Bruno Hauptmann
went on trial in Flemington,
New Jersey, on charges of
kidnapping and murdering
the 20-month-old son of
Charles and Anne Lindbergh.
(Hauptmann was found
guilty, and executed.)
1960 Sen. John F. Kennedy
of Massachusetts launched
his successful bid for the
presidency.
1974 President Richard
Nixon signed legislation
requiring states to limit
highway speeds to 55 miles
an hour as a way of conserving gasoline in the face of an
OPEC oil embargo. (The 55
mph limit was effectively
phased out in 1987.)
2006 A methane gas explosion at the Sago Mine in
West Virginia claimed the
lives of 12 miners, but one
miner, Randal McCloy, Jr.,
was eventually rescued.
2018 Sen. Al Franken formally resigned from the
Senate a month after the
Minnesota Democrat announced his plan to leave
Congress amid sexual misconduct allegations.
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CHRISTOPHER SABELLA
Suffolk County police arrested a Ronkonkoma woman
on charges of driving while intoxicated after she flipped her
car in Coram early Tuesday
morning, police said.
Marta Garcia Ochoa, 31, was
driving a 1999 Volkswagen Jetta
south on Route 112 near the Middle Country Road intersection
shortly after midnight when she
crashed, police said.
Ochoa, who was not injured,
was charged with driving
while intoxicated with a previous DWI conviction 10 years
ago, use of a vehicle without interlock device installed and aggravated unlicensed operation
of a motor vehicle.
SCPD
RONKONKOMA WOMAN FACES
DWI AFTER HER CAR FLIPS
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A12
Goodbye, clamshells
New laws kick in
regulating foam,
cigs and cranes
BY VINCENT BARONE
AND LISA L. COLANGELO
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
newsday.com
New York City?s 2019 resolution is to create less waste.
A ban on foam containers ?
the staple of New York City
takeout ? is one of roughly a
dozen city laws in effect as of
New Year?s Day.
That means hot and cold
dishes will no longer be served
in foam trays or containers, colloquially known as ?clamshells.?
The new law also means you can
no longer purchase cups, plates,
bowls and other single-use containers made of foam at stores in
the five boroughs.
The ban includes so-called
?packing peanuts? used to protect items in boxes, though it excludes foam containers used to
hold meats at the supermarket.
Small businesses also can seek
an exemption by showing they
cannot afford to use containers
made of other materials.
Mayor Bill de Blasio celebrated the first day of the ban
on Tuesday with a rally outside
the Hamilton Avenue Marine
Transfer Station in Brooklyn
with Sanitation Commissioner
Kathryn Garcia and schoolchildren who had lobbied against single-use foam containers.
?When this goes into a landfill, it takes eons to break down
and when it breaks down, it
only lets out toxins,? de Blasio
said, holding aloft a foam container. ?Before this ban, New
Yorkers threw away 60 million
pounds of Styrofoam a year.?
Though the ban officially
kicked in Tuesday, businesses
will not be fined for six months
as city officials continue with
NEWSDAY / ALEJANDRA VILLA LOARCA
vin.barone@amny.com
lisa.colangelo@amny.com
Food may no longer be served in foam containers in the five boroughs as of Jan. 1 (though businesses will not be fined for six months).
educational and outreach efforts.
Pharmacy tobacco sales
Also starting Jan. 1, pharmacies across the city are no longer
allowed to sell tobacco products. The ban is part of a larger
package of anti-smoking bills
signed by de Blasio in 2017 that
also raised the minimum price
of cigarettes to $13 per pack.
Gender equality
Another notable law taking effect on New Year?s Day aims to
make birth certificates more inclusive for transgender and gender-nonconforming residents.
New Yorkers no longer need a
doctor?s signoff via medical affidavit to change their gender
markers on their birth certificate. Instead, they can self-attest
to their identity. And following
the lead of other states including California, New Jersey, Oregon and Washington, the law
will add an ?X? as a third, nonbinary gender marker to New
York State birth certificates.
LGBTQ advocates praised the
measure at the time of its passing as one that could help remove challenges that can arise
when searching for employment, health care or other services with varying gender identities on personal documents.
Opioid crisis
In 2017, 1,487 people died in
New York City after unintentionally overdosing on drugs,
according to city data. In an attempt to have better oversight
and organization in the fight
against the city?s opioid crisis,
the Council passed two bills requiring the FDNY and NYPD
to provide quarterly reports on
their use of Narcan, or naloxone, as well as other approved
?opioid antagonists? that can
save lives by negating the effects of opioids.
The reports must include both
the number of times such antidotes were administered and the
patients? reactions. They also
must detail the number of antidotes available to the departments, broken down by borough
and precinct, as well as the number of service members trained
to administer the treatments.
Other laws that took effect
Jan. 1
\ Two laws pertaining to crane
modernization: One requires
that all cranes be equipped
with event recorders. A second
bans cranes more than 25 years
old from operating in the city.
\ The city must provide automated external defibrillators to
youth softball leagues playing on
city-owned property at no cost.
\ A new law establishes a licensing requirement for persons who engage in assessing,
remediating, or abating mold in
buildings with more than four
units, including NYCHA developments.
\ NYPD is required to compile
annual reports on data related
to seized property. This requires the data to be broken
down to include the amount of
money or the property obtained and retained, the reason
why the property or money is
being held by the department,
and whether or not the rightful
owners of the property or
money have failed to redeem
such money or property.
On New Year?s Day, the first cycling fatality of the year
In the early hours of 2019, a
26-year-old was struck and
killed in Brooklyn in what was
likely the first cycling-related
traffic fatality of the new year.
Police found the man unconscious in the road near Third Avenue and 28th Street around 6
a.m. Tuesday, the NYPD said. He
was taken to NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn and pronounced
dead.
Identified by police as Hugo
Alexander Sinto Garcia of
Greenwood Heights, the NYPD
said its investigation so far
showed that he was traveling
northward on Third Avenue
when his e-bike ran into the
open door of a parked cab. The
collision caused Garcia to fall
into the street. He was then
struck by a Nissan being driven
northbound by a 53-year-old
man, who remained on the
scene with the driver of the
cab, cops said.
On Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city was
on pace to see its fifth year of
declining traffic-related fatalities ? dropping by 34 percent
since 2013, per a statement
from the mayor?s office. Fatalities related to cyclists were particularly low: 10 in 2018, versus
2017?s 24.
The NYPD Collision Investigation Squad is continuing to look
into the death.
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Darren Foster, the Island Park native who codirected the acclaimed documentary ?Science
Fair,? will host a screening of his film this month
via Skype with one of his subjects, a local high
school teacher, in attendance.
?Science Fair? follows students from around
the world as they work to enter the International
Science and Engineering Fair, an annual global
competition. Although the film did not make the
cut to become an Oscar finalist, it has been enthusiastically reviewed by critics, One of Foster?s
focal points is Serena McCalla, a science teacher
at Jericho High School with a track record of
award-winning students. McCalla and several of
her students will attend the screening.
The event will be held Sunday at 4:30 p.m. at
Soundview Cinemas in Port Washington. Tickets are $15. For information, call 516-829-2570 or
go to goldcoastfilmfestival.org.
Meanwhile, Foster and co-director Cristina
Costantini appeared at a recent Los Angeles
Times-hosted screening of their film, where
they revealed at a Q&A session that an initial cut
featured much discussion of President Donald
Trump and his attitudes toward science.
?We felt that less was more,? Foster said at the
Times screening. ?We had that opportunity to go
there, I think, but at the end of the day, when you
have amazing people and leaders on the local
level like Dr. McCalla, why would you overshadow them??
The film initially addressed Trump?s ?climate
change denying and pooh-poohing of science,
and it didn?t feel right. It felt like we all know
what?s happening, but these kids are so inspirational and wonderful,? Costantini said. ?We just
didn?t want to saddle them with the rest of the
adult world that?s messing up.?
Riffing on ex, Louis C.K.
?SNL?s? Davidson jokes about Grande breakup, comic at two NYE shows
BY FRANK LOVECE
Special to Newsday
In his first performance onstage
after an Instagram post last month
had alarmed many as possibly suicidal, comedian Pete Davidson on
New Year?s Eve joked about his exfiancee, Ariana Grande, and about
fellow comic Louis C.K.?s controversial recent performance.
In a pair of scheduled ?Pete
Davidson & Friends? shows at The
Chevalier theater in Medford, Massachusetts, at 7 p.m. and The Wilbur
in nearby Boston at 9:45 p.m., the
?Saturday Night Live? star brought
up Grande?s song ?Thank U, Next,?
in which she thanks various exes for
the life lessons that the breakups
taught her. Pop star Grande had released it minutes before the Nov. 3
episode of ?SNL? aired.
?That . . . came out before I had
to put on a . . . [expletive] duck hat
and be, like, ?Derrrp here?s the
pizza!? ? Davidson, 25, said in Boston, according to E! News citing ?a
source inside the show.? ?So all my
friends were there,? the comic continued. ?It was a sad day. We didn?t
know it was going to happen. . . .
So I start playing it. And we?re all
like, ?Ehhh . . . it?s OK.? We?re, like,
?OK, it?s not that bad for you.? ?
According to Us Weekly ? which
did not cite a source and conflated
the location, erroneously referring
to ?the Chevalier Theatre in Boston?
? Davidson said he had told his
friends, ?We all have to listen to this
song and you all have to look at me
. . . it?s gonna be rough.? He and his
pals found the song ?catchy? rather
than ?Ehhh,? Us said, adding that
Davidson joked that while most exes
are not identified by name in
breakup songs, ?This diabolical genius named all of us.?
As E! reported that similar part
of Davidson?s set, the comic told
the audience, ?Here?s the thing
about the breakup song. Usually
[with] breakup songs, you know
who it?s about but you don?t really
know.? However, with this song,
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Pete Davidson offered new thoughts about ex-fiancee Ariana Grande and
comedian Louis C.K. during two stand-up shows Monday in Massachusetts.
?Bam. She named all of us.?
As for Louis C.K. ? whose Dec. 16
set at Governor?s in Levittown
mocked Parkland shooting survivors, gay and transgender people,
the developmentally disabled and
other groups, and indulged in racialstereotype clichщs ? Davidson, according to E!, said, ?I got a Harry Potter tattoo. . . . Then the next day
Alan Rickman, the guy who played
Snape, died, and I was, like, ?Oh, what
a weird coincidence.? . . . Then I got
a Willy Wonka tattoo. Next day ?
Gene Wilder dies. Now I?m, like,? All
right, that?s a coincidence, that?s
weird.? So I?m thinking of getting a
tattoo of Louis C.K. What do you
guys think??
He then riffed, ?That joke used to
be about Aziz Ansari,? who was
anonymously accused in January
2018 of sexually boorish behavior
during a date, ?but Aziz has been
nice to me recently.?
Grande has not commented publicly on Davidson?s New Year?s Eve
Show, and C.K. has no social-media
accounts.
The ?Saturday Night Live? star
posted an alarming message on Instagram early last month that scared
fans and prompted the NYPD to perform a welfare check on him. Davidson wrote, ?I really don?t want to be
on this earth anymore.?
?I?m doing my best to stay here for
you but I actually don?t know how
much longer I can last,? he continued. ?All I?ve ever tried to do was help
people. Just remember I told you so,?
he wrote, before subsequently deleting his Instagram account.
Grande, in since-deleted tweets,
addressed Davidson and offered
emotional support. The singer also
traveled to Studio 8H at NBC?s Rockefeller Center location, where the
live comedy sketchy show is shot, to
see her ex, but was denied access to
Davidson, according to reports.
Hours after issuing that Instagram
post Dec. 15, Davidson ? who had appeared in a prerecorded skit during
?Saturday Night Live? ? briefly took
the stage in person to introduce musical guests Miley Cyrus and Mark
Ronson, featuring Sean Lennon.
Season 3 of ?Stranger Things,? starring Millie
Bobby Brown, premieres on Netflix.
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Madonna surprise: Singing at Stonewall Inn
usic legend Madonna made a surprise appearance New
M
Year?s Eve at the historic Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, performing two singalongs with the crowd and address-
ing the upcoming 50th anniversary of the 1969 riot there that
sparked the gay-rights movement. Newsday contributor Frank
Lovece reports that in online videos taken by audience members, Madonna, 60, speaks from a small stage about the ongoing fight against LGBTQ discrimination, kibitzes with the
crowd and leads them in her 1989 hit ?Like a Prayer? and Elvis
Presley?s 1961 classic ?Can?t Help Falling in Love.? Accompanying her on both songs is her 13-year-old son, David Banda, on acoustic guitar.
?I made it Thru The Wilderness,? Madonna tweeted on New Year?s Day.
?Back stage at STONEWALL INN!! 2019 came. in with a Bang!!?
Martin, husband welcome baby girl
icky Martin is starting the new year with a new
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bundle of joy, reports The Associated Press. The
Grammy-nominated singer announced the arrival of
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his daughter with an Instagram post showing off the infant?s tiny hands. Martin said the girl is named Lucia.
Martin?s post didn?t include any additional details,
other than that the baby girl is healthy. Martin?s post said his family, which includes husband Jwan Yosef, pictured above left, and 10-year-old twin sons
Valentino and Matteo, have ?fallen in love with Lucia.? The ?Living La Vida
Loca? singer was nominated for an Emmy last year for a supporting role in
the FX series ?The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.?
Cohen: Child I?m expecting via surrogate is a boy
contributor Frank Lovece. During CNN?s Times Square
New Year?s Eve telecast, which he co-hosted with news
anchor Anderson Cooper, the 50-year-old Cohen responded to Cooper asking about the child?s gender: ?It?s a
boy. . . . It?s a boy, and I?ve got to tell you something, I
cannot wait to meet this boy.? Cohen went on to say,
?Y?know when I was growing up . . . I just never thought it
would be possible as a gay man to grow up and have a family. And here we are in 2018, almost ?19, and anything?s possible.? Cohen had announced on the
Dec. 20 edition of his late-night talk show he
was expecting his first child via surrogate.
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BY FRANK LOVECE
Special to Newsday
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Emmy Award winner Ed Asner will be
joined by Tovah Feldshuh later this
month in a repeat Long Island reading
of the powerful Holocaust drama ?The
Soap Myth.?
Before a performance last year at Hofstra University, Asner told Newsday that
he was drawn to New York writer Jeff
Cohen?s play about a horrific but littleknown atrocity thought to have been
committed by the Nazis because it ?does
a good job of furthering the truth.?
Asner, best known as television?s Lou Ed Asner
Grant, and Feldshuh, who played late Israeli stateswoman Golda Meir in the Broadway show ?Golda?s
Balcony,? will headline a staged reading of the play on Jan. 29 at
the Suffolk JCC in Commack, the last stop on an East Coast
tour that includes Manhattan and New Jersey. A second leg of
the tour in April and May will include stops in Pittsburgh,
Cleveland and Dallas. The play, performed as a tribute to International Holocaust Remembrance Day, observed each year on
Jan. 27, and Yom Hashoah, to be observed May 1, is about a
friendship between a young Jewish journalist and a cantankerous Holocaust survivor who believes the Nazis made soap from
the bodies of murdered Jews.
Cohen said that ?Holocaust education is more important
than ever? with the recent shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
?I feel a renewed urgency,? he said, ?to fight the tide of hatred
using the weapons I possess ? words and ideas.? Tickets for
the Long Island performance start at $25 ($48-$62 includes preferred seating and a VIP reception with actors and Cohen) at
ticketfly.com or all 631-462-9800.
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Pop star Taylor Swift held a
star-studded New Year?s Eve costume party, with guests including actor couple Blake Lively and
Ryan Reynolds, and model Gigi
Hadid. Swift dressed as Ariel
from the animated feature ?The
Little Mermaid.?
?Mary Poppins, Audrey [Hepburn], Ariel, Ms. Frizzle [from
TV?s ?The Magic School Bus?],
Cinderella, Gwen [Stefani], Mr.
Toad [from ?The Wind in the Willows?], Avril [Lavigne], Nancy
Drew, Posh Spice, [Betty] Rizzo
[from the musical ?Grease?],
Frida Kahlo, Steve Irwin, Dorothy
[Gale from ?The Wizard of Oz?]..
This new year we decided to
dress up as our childhood heroes,? the 29-year-old Swift wrote
on Instagram, captioning the first
of four photos in a set.
?Sending you all love and
hope going into 2019,? she added.
The main image shows 14
women in costume, on and
around a stairwell at an undis-
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Taylor Swift reportedly held the
celebration in New York City.
closed location.
Hadid, 23, posted an Instagram close-up of herself as Mary
Poppins ? styled closer to the
Emily Blunt version of ?Mary
Poppins Returns? than to the
Julie Andrews version of 1964?s
?Mary Poppins? ? and wrote,
?Just a spoon full of sugar helps
2018 go down ... in the most delightful way! HAPPY NEW
YEAR !?
Lively, 31, came as Dorothy
Gale, complete with a dog mannequin in a basket to represent
Toto. Her husband, ?Deadpool?
star Reynolds, 42, is dressed in a
suit in the last of Swift?s four photos, in which he and Swift each
drink from a bottle of Aviation
Gin, the spirits company of
which he became part-owner in
February.
The party was held in New
York City, according to reports,
but the venues pictured on the
Instagram posts were not identified.
Copious media outlets identified others in the photos as Abigail Anderson Lucier, Swift?s
friend since high school, portraying Victoria Beckham as her
stage persona Posh Spice; Maude
and Iris Apatow, the actress
daughters of Syosset-native filmmaker Judd Apatow, as, respectively, artist Kahlo and fairy-tale
figure Cinderella; and stylist Ashley Avignone as pop star Stefani.
Swift?s acclaimed ?Reputation
Stadium Tour? special debuted
on Netflix on Dec. 31.
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The Islip Town Board will
spend about $9 million on ambulance services this year.
The board voted Dec. 18
to approve contracts covering the Bay Shore, Brentwood, Islips, Sayville and
Central Islip-Hauppauge ambulance districts, according
to resolutions.
The contracts included:
$1.55 million for the Bay
Shore Brightwaters Rescue
Ambulance Inc.; $2.99 million for Brentwood Legion
Ambulance Service Inc.;
$1.1 million for the Exchange Ambulance Corporation of the Islips; $2 million for the Community
Ambulance Company Inc.,
and $1.36 million for the
Central
Islip-Hauppauge
Volunteer Ambulance Inc.
These companies have
been providing service in
these districts, according to
the resolutions. Their contracts were set to expire
Monday.
Costs will be assessed to
property owners in those districts, according to the resolutions.
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Mario Mattera of the Community Association of Greater St. James, pictured Thursday on Lake Avenue, said he is eager for work to start.
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Makeover project, focusing on
business corridor, could start in summer
Traffic will be detoured to
side streets during construction,
which will take place during the
day. Lohmann said nighttime
work would cost as much as 30
percent more and would be too
loud for nearby households.
Town officials have said they
hope that the line will eventually link to a sewage treatment
plant planned if development is
approved at the Gyrodyne property near the Brookhaven Town
border. Company officials have
said they are open to that idea,
but have not committed to it.
Mario Mattera, a board member of the Community Association of Greater St. James who
also sits on the Suffolk County
Water Authority board, said he
and fellow residents are eager
for work to start.
?We commend Wehrheim and
the council,? he said. ?Right now,
the only people making money
on Lake Avenue are two massage
parlors and a vape shop.?
That may be an overstatement, but Wehrheim said in a
December interview that vacancies on the avenue have
reached as high as 33 percent in
recent years.
Even as the St. James project
moves forward, planned Kings
Park sewers, which town officials have said are similarly important for that hamlet to thrive,
appear to still be stalled in the
New York State Legislature.
Funding of $20 million is in
place, but the town needs the legislature?s permission to transfer
a piece of land to Suffolk County
for use as a pump station.
Wehrheim planned to draw
attention to the town?s predicament at Gov. Andrew M.
Cuomo?s inauguration, and he
and some heads of town departments may make a lobbying
trip to visit key state officials in
Albany early this year, town
spokeswoman Nicole Garguilo
said: ?We want to show them
where we are with projects and
why we can?t move forward
with them because of red tape.?
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An ambitious project to remake St. James? downtown
could start as early as next summer, Smithtown officials said.
The approximately $8.5 million project will be among the
most significant infrastructure
projects in the town in decades
and will center on the Lake Avenue business corridor, closing
portions of the road for four to
six months. Work will include
installation of a dry sewer line,
replacement of an aging water
main and streetscape improvements. Town officials have also
spoken with Verizon and PSEG
about coordinating utilities
work in the area.
?There is going to be a cost
to businesses, in terms of foot
traffic,? Town Supervisor Edward Wehrheim said. ?But we
feel very confident that this
will benefit those businesses?
in the long term.
The town council voted in December to hire Bohemia-based
P.W. Grosser Consulting to help
select a firm to oversee sewer design. Town officials and local
business people have said that
sewers are needed for an area
that now relies on septic systems, allowing for water-intense
uses such as by large restaurants.
Councilmen Thomas Lohman
and Thomas McCarthy are meeting weekly with town staffers on
a plan to divide the mile-long
project into block-long segments
to minimize Lake Avenue closures, starting at North Country
Road and working south to
Patricks Way.
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Trail park funding
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Nearly half of the funding
needed to complete a Riverside trail park with pedestrian
access to the Peconic River is
in place after a state grant for
EAST HAMPTON.
Annabel Zhicay, 6,
gets a push from
her cousin
Stephanie
Saquisela, 6, both
of East Hampton,
at Herrick Park
on Tuesday, the
first day of 2019.
RANDEE DADDONA
The Northport board of
trustees will hold a public
hearing Wednesday on the
proposed $18.8 million budget
for 2019, which would raise
taxes 1.97 percent and stay
under the state-mandated tax
cap.
The proposed budget is a
6.5 percent increase over the
current budget and includes
pay raises for the mayor and
trustees.
The trustees? salaries
would increase from $15,000
to $40,000. The mayor?s
salary would increase from
$7,500 to $20,000.
Mayor Damon McMullen
said Northport?s elected officials have not had a salary
increase in at least 12 years.
?We had the treasurer
research other villages of
comparable size and services,
and the increase I suggested
is on the low end of the
average,? he said. ?It?s something we?re still discussing
among the trustees, whether
we want to do it, or is it the
right amount or the right
time??
He added the village board
voted a decade ago to forgo
benefits packages such as
pensions and health care.
McMullen said the increased salaries would bring
Northport to the level of
similar villages and help
attract talent.
?I?m not just thinking of
the present. I personally am
thinking of the people coming afterward, whether it?s an
increase in stipend or leaving
the infrastructure better for
them and making sure the
finances are in good shape,?
McMullen said.
The hearing is scheduled for
6:30 p.m. at Village Hall, 224
Main St. The board may take a
vote on the budget after the
hearing or table the vote to a
later date.
? SOPHIA CHANG
the project was recently approved.
A $387,484 grant from the
New York State Regional
Economic Development Council was awarded last month
for an estimated $1.2 million
trail along the south shore of
the Peconic River.
Work on the trail will include constructing walking
paths and boardwalks and the
removal of invasive species,
according to the project description in the state agency?s
awards announcements.
Ron Fisher, president of
Flanders-based civic group
The Flanders, Riverside and
Northampton Community
Association, said his group is
excited about the new grant.
About $500,000 has been
raised so far, Fisher said.
The trail project is aimed
at both revitalizing the traditionally underserved Riverside area and improving
waterfront access.
The concept plans for the
park, which were funded by a
New York State Department of
Environmental Conservation
grant, were recently finished,
Fisher said. Araiys Design, the
Southampton-based landscape
architects hired by Southampton Town, presented the plans
at a Dec. 13 town board work
session.
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State of the Town
speech, luncheon
Energy master plan
funded by state grant
North Hempstead Town
Supervisor Judi Bosworth will
deliver her sixth State of the
Town address at 1:15 p.m. Jan.
25 at the Clubhouse at
Harbor Links in Port
Washington.
During the address,
Bosworth will discuss the
town?s 2018 accomplishments,
her 2019 goals and her vision
for the future. The address is
free and open to the public.
The address is also part of a
luncheon hosted by the League
of Women Voters of Port Washington-Manhasset. The luncheon is $40 and the deadline
to register is Jan. 18. To attend
the luncheon, call 516-767-1897
or 516-627-0831 or contact
Michele Lamberti at
mclamberti@yahoo.com.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has awarded the Town
of Hempstead $80,000 to develop an energy and sustainability master plan, according to a
news release from the town.
The plan will provide
information on energy
consumption and carbon
emissions in the town, and
present methods for reducing
both, per the release.
Carrying out such reforms
would mitigate harm done to
the environment and help
taxpayers save money,
Hempstead Supervisor Laura
Gillen said in a statement.
?By setting goals to decrease
our reliance on fossil fuels and
making purchases that are more
environmentally friendly, we can
combat the disastrous effects of
climate change,? Gillen said.
Hempstead?s energy bills
have risen by more than
3 percent annually in recent
years while its consumption
has remained flat, the release
read. The town?s gas and
electric bills in 2017 totaled
around $8 million.
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Firm to monitor gas
emitted by landfills
The Islip Town Resource
Recovery Agency will spend
nearly $200,000 to monitor
greenhouse gas and other
compounds at two closed
landfills over the next three
years, according to a resolution.
The agency?s board, which
is made up of Islip Town
Board members, voted on
Dec. 18 to approve a contract
with Dvirka and Bartilucci
Engineers and Architects P.C.
for monitoring, sampling and
reporting at landfills in Hauppauge and Holbrook in 2019,
2020 and 2021.
State environmental officials require monitoring gas
migration control systems at
landfills.
The Woodbury-based firm,
which had the lowest proposed costs of four firms,
will monitor the Blydenburgh Road landfill for a
total cost of $142,714 and the
Lincoln Avenue landfill for
$54,268, according to the
resolution.
Both landfills have been
closed and capped since at
least the 1990s and are home
to solar farms.
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OUR TOWNS
CHRIS WARE
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Roslyn Grist Mill on Old Northern Boulevard is a three-story, Dutch industrial building.
ROSLYN
Grist mill restoration
gets $500G grant
Built in 18th century, it?s
one of LI?s oldest edifices
BY KHRISTOPHER J. BROOKS
khristopher.brooks@newsday.com
newsday.com
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
An effort to restore an 18th century
mill in Roslyn has received a half-million dollars in funding from New York
State.
Last month, the Roslyn Landmark Society was awarded $500,000 that will go toward restoring the Roslyn Grist Mill on
Old Northern Boulevard. The grant
came from Long Island?s Regional Economic Development Council, with
funding from the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic
Preservation.
?This is a bit of Long Island history,?
the society?s president, Howard Kroplick, said about the mill. ?It?s one of the
oldest buildings on Long Island, and I
believe it might have been the first
building in the Village of Roslyn.?
The mill is a three-story, Dutch industrial building constructed between
1715 and 1741. It was used as a grist
mill, a tea house and tourist attraction,
from 1920 to 1974.
Scores of Dutch immigrants settled
along the Hudson Valley and western
Long Island in the late 1600s and
1700s, Kroplick said, and the mill is a
still-standing example of how those
settlers built their establishments.
The mill was deeded to Nassau
County in April 1976 and placed on the
National Register of Historic Places in
1986. The county has placed the society
in charge of restoration efforts.
After the restoration, the county
plans to transfer ownership to the society, North Hempstead Town or Roslyn
Village. The society wants to convert
the mill into an educational center focused on Roslyn history and the history
of grist mills on Long Island.
?As a Roslyn native who grew up in
the village, this is a dream come true,?
Jay A. Corn, the society?s secretary, said
in a statement. ?I can?t think of a better
way to pass the torch of history down
to future generations.?
Restoration work was stalled for more
than 40 years, Kroplick said, but substantial renovations began in November.
The society plans to restore the mill
in stages. Phase one is a $2.9 million effort, of which the society has raised
$1.94 million, including the money from
the economic development council.
Phase one consists of raising the mill?s
entrance to street level, stabilizing the
structure and restoring the timber
frame, Kroplick said. Phases two and
three will focus on the exterior and redecorating the interior.
This month, the society plans to install a marker on the property that details the building?s history as a tea
house, Kroplick said.
Kroplick said the entire project will
take three to five years, depending on
how quickly the society can secure
more funding.
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HEALTH & SCIENCE
A20
Low carb or low fat? Still not sure
Studies differ on weight-loss advice
The Associated Press
If you plan to lose weight in
2019, you?re sure to find a fierce
debate online about how to do it.
Two major studies last year
addressed the role carbs play in
making us fat. Scientists got
clues, but they can?t say which
diet, if any, is best for everyone.
That?s not going to satisfy people who want black-and-white
answers, but nutrition research
is difficult and even the most respected studies come with big
caveats. People are so different
that it?s all but impossible to conduct studies that show what really works over long periods.
First, here?s a look at some of
what was learned last year.
Fewer carbs, fewer pounds?
It?s no longer called the Atkins
Diet, but the low-carb school of
dieting has been enjoying a
comeback. The idea is that re-
fined carbohydrates in foods like
white bread are quickly converted into sugar, leading to energy swings and hunger.
By cutting carbs, the claim is
that weight loss is easier because
your body will instead burn fat
for fuel while feeling less hungry.
A recent study seems to offer
more support for low-carb proponents. But, like many studies,
it tried to understand just one
sliver of how the body works.
The study looked at whether
varying carb levels might affect
how the body uses energy.
Among 164 participants, it
found those on low-carb diets
burned more total calories than
those on high-carb diets.
The study did not say people
lost more weight on low-carb
diets ? and didn?t try to measure that. Meals and snacks
were tightly controlled and continually adjusted so everyone?s
weight stayed stable.
David Ludwig, a lead author of
the paper and researcher at Boston Children?s Hospital, said it
suggests that limiting carbs
could make it easier for people
to keep weight off once they?ve
lost it. He said the approach
might work best for those with
diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Ludwig noted the study
wasn?t intended to test longterm health effects or realworld scenarios where people
make their own food. The findings also need to be replicated
to be validated, he said.
Do I avoid fat to be skinny?
For years people were advised
to curb fats, found in foods including meat, nuts, eggs, butter
and oil. It was a way to control
weight, since a gram of fat has
twice as many calories than the
same amount of carbs or protein.
Many say the advice had the
opposite effect by inadvertently
giving us license to gobble up
fat-free cookies, cakes and other
foods that were instead full of
the refined carbs and sugars now
blamed for our wider waistlines.
Nutrition experts gradually
moved away from blanket recommendations to limit fats for
weight loss. Fats are necessary
for absorbing important nutrients and can help us feel full.
Bruce Y. Lee, a professor of
international health at Johns
Hopkins, said lessons learned
from the anti-fat fad should be
applied to the anti-carb fad:
Don?t oversimplify advice.
So which is better?
Another big study this past
year found that low-carb diets
and low-fat diets were about
equally effective for weight loss.
The author noted the findings
don?t contradict Ludwig?s lowcarb study. They suggest there
may be flexibility in how we can
lose weight. Participants were encouraged to focus on minimally
processed foods like produce
and meat prepared at home. Everyone was advised to limit
added sugar and refined flour.
Limiting processed foods
could improve most diets by
cutting down overall calories.
Christopher Gardner of Stanford University, a study author,
notes it has limitations. Diets
weren?t controlled ? people
were instructed how to achieve
eating a low-carb or low-fat in
regular meetings with dietitians,
support most dieters don?t have.
So, what works?
In the short term, you can
probably lose weight by eating
only raw foods, or going vegan,
or cutting out gluten, or following another diet plan that
catches your eye. But what will
work for you over the long
term is a different question.
Zhaoping Li, director of clinical nutrition division at the University of California, Los Angeles, says no single guideline
helps everyone lose weight and
keep it off. They don?t factor
many factors that drive us to eat.
?What sticks,? Li said, ?is
what matters.?
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EDITORIAL
Beyond the wall,
find real answers
Use cheaper ways to secure the border
NEWSDAY/JIMMY MARGULIES
A
wall is a wall is a wall.
President Donald Trump has been pretty consistent about that
since he began campaigning for the White House. He has vacillated on the material to be used in its construction, but the fervor of his
base and the jabs of Fox News commentators keep Trump wedded to a
big, beautiful, physically imposing barrier to stop immigrants from
crossing our Southern border. So the federal government continues to
be shut down over his insistence on many billions to fund his wall.
But it?s been apparent for a while that the wall Trump promised will
not be built. Certainly, Mexico ain?t spending a dime on it. Most Americans, including many Republicans, don?t want it. Democrats will never
sign off on it, and they now control the House. And the border can be
better protected for less money by spending more on drones and cameras and by hiring more border agents and judges to quickly adjudicate
immigration and asylum claims.
If Trump wants to make a deal, he will find that House Democrats as
well as Senate Republicans share his concern for a more secure border.
That can be achieved without building a wall, and Trump will have to acknowledge it. Congress and the administration must open an official investigation into the recent deaths of two Guatemalan children in U.S. custody. What we don?t need in 2019 are any more remarks of the kind delivered recently by Rep. Peter King, who tried to minimize those tragedies
by comparing them with the deaths of children in New York City housing projects. That was cheap and insensitive; we expect more of him.
We also expect everyone involved in the political posturing fueling
this stalemate to recognize that the border never will be as secure as it
could be without truly comprehensive immigration reform to bring
some sanity and fairness to a troubled and broken process. Also
needed: more investments in troubled Central American nations to
end the violence there and create more economic opportunity.
Trump?s back is to the wall, and he won?t move the nation forward by
blaming anyone else.
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President oblivious to
hardship of workers
Thank you for a great laugh
as I read the Dec. 21 news story
about electronic tickets, ?LIRR:
Riders may be charged extra if
their tickets not ready.?
That?s if they come around.
Commuters? cellphone batteries can run low waiting for inefficient conductors to decide to
check. I believe conductors
have the easiest jobs in America. What exactly do they do?
If Long Island Rail Road is in-
Why no photos of
Nativity scenes?
I enjoyed the holiday light
show photos in LI Life [Dec. 16
and 23]. They were very pretty
? but sad!
Christmas is the celebration
of the birth of Jesus Christ. I
didn?t see that event clearly re-
flected in any of the photos you
showed.
Beverley Hubbard,
Islip
Radio stations are
bullied into censorship
Columnist Lane Filler succinctly pointed out that the
Frank Loesser song ?Baby, It?s
Cold Outside? was written in
1944, an era with differences in
what would be considered ?politically correct? compared with
modern times [?Song?s swirling
debate misses point,? Opinion,
Dec. 13]. Why are we such a nation of snowflakes, so easily offended and overly sensitive?
If you don?t like something
you hear on the radio, you can
be outraged or you can simply
change the station. However,
that outrage results in my not
having the opportunity to
choose what I like because
radio stations are bullied into
what amounts to censorship.
Can?t we just live and let live
and not be so judgmental? After
all, most of the time, we do have
a choice.
Ronald Catropa,
Malverne
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LIRR?s priority should
be running on time
terested in making more
money, it should learn from the
airlines and charge for oversized items that can injure passengers, such as backpacks, bicycles and surfboards.
Maybe the LIRR should figure out ways to run on time and
offer riders a cleaner and safer
environment.
Bobby Jurist,
Long Beach
newsday.com
I agree that members of Congress should not get paid during the partial federal shutdown [?Thoughts on the wall
and the shutdown,? Letters,
Dec. 27].
This is so upsetting for all
those involved. Two members
of our family work for the
Transportation
Security
Agency and won?t get paid
until the president?s temper
tantrums go away. My family
has children and household
bills. The banks don?t care too
much that you don?t have a paycheck.
Perhaps President Donald
Trump should go several weeks
without all his money and com-
forts and see how that goes. It?s
always the little people who suffer. The rich go on as if it?s just
another day.
Camille Morselli,
Islip Terrace
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Median annual wage
of Long Island?s 200
locker room, coatroom
and dressing room
attendants
Source: State Labor
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CHINA FACTORY
SECTOR DECLINES
BEIJING ? China?s factory
activity shrank in December
for the first time in more than
two years, an official survey
showed this week, intensifying
pressure on Beijing to reverse
an economic slowdown as it enters trade talks with the Trump
administration.
The purchasing managers?
index of the National Bureau of
Statistics and an industry
group, the China Federation of
Logistics & Purchasing, fell to
49.4 from November?s 50.0 on a
100-point scale. Any reading
below 50 shows that activity is
contracting. The December figure was the lowest since February 2016 and the first drop
since July 2016.
Forecasters expect annual
growth of about 6.5 percent,
down slightly from 2017?s 6.7
percent. But some industry segments, including auto and real
estate sales, have suffered more
serious declines.
?Downward pressure on the
economy is still large,? economist Zhang Liqun said in a statement issued with the PMI.
Exports to the United States
kept growing at double-digit
rates through late 2018 despite
President Donald Trump?s punitive tariffs. But growth in exports
to the rest of the world fell
sharply in November and forecasters expect American demand
to weaken in early 2019.
Chinese and U.S. envoys are
due to meet this month for negotiations that are intended to
resolve their economically
threatening trade war.
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Home-shareservice:
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inLIhostfeesin?18
BY KEN SCHACHTER
kenneth.schachter@newsday.com
Airbnb Inc. hosts on Long Island boarded almost 140,000
guests in 2018, earning almost
$50 million, the home-sharing
service said.
Suffolk had 114,200 guest arrivals in 2018, providing $42.1
million in income to that
county?s hosts, according to the
embargoed report released
Monday.
Nassau?s 25,000 guest arrivals translated to host income of $5.3 million.
Airbnb reported that Suffolk
County now has approximately 3,600 hosts while Nassau has about 560.
?We?ve seen on Long Island and all over New York
more families are taking advantage of home sharing,?
said Liz DeBold Fusco, Northeast press secretary for
closely held Airbnb.
Most guests are using the
service on Long Island during
the summer months, according to previously released
Airbnb data.
Long Island had 81,700 guest
Nassau reported 25,000 Airbnb guests in 2018; Suffolk 114,200. Most LI bookings were in the summer.
arrivals from May 25 through
Sept. 3, a 38 percent increase
compared with the same period in 2017.
The San Francisco-based
company did not provide comparative data for all of 2017.
Fusco said the company has
reached room occupancy and
hotel tax collection agreements with 28 New York State
counties. The state has 62
counties, but not all of them
have hotel taxes.
She said that talks continue
with Nassau and Suffolk on collection of those taxes, which
go to promote tourism.
The company, founded in
2008, began rolling out a program called Airbnb Plus in
2018 and Fusco said that in
2019 it would be introduced in
the Hamptons.
Hosts apply for listings on
Airbnb Plus and their accommodations are inspected for
comfort, design and cleanli-
ness, she said.
Fusco said there is no price
premium associated with the
program.
Airbnb chief executive
Brian Chesky has been
quoted as saying the company ?will be ready? for an
initial public offering in 2019.
But he has not committed to
go forward and the company
has not filed papers with the
Securities and Exchange Commission.
Bohemia firm lands $82M defense contract
BY KEN SCHACHTER
kenneth.schachter@newsday.com
A Bohemia engineering
company has won an $82.6
million Defense Department
contract to provide temporary mobile command units
and other services.
The contract, announced
last week, calls for Dayton T.
Brown Inc. to continue development of the 53-foot ?secret
compartmentalized information facilities? and to provide
additional prototyping, maintenance, repair, logistics and procurement services.
About 9 percent of the work,
worth roughly $7 million, will
be done in its Bohemia headquarters, with the remainder
performed at the company?s
Patuxent River, Maryland, unit.
The Bohemia facility, with
about 175 of the company?s
Workers at Dayton T. Brown?s Bohemia headquarters will handle
most of the engineering and design of the mobile command units.
roughly 220 employees, will do
most of the engineering and design work, Stephen J. Marini, senior vice president and chief financial officer, said Monday.
The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, also in
Patuxent River, awarded the indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity contract.
Marini said the contract is
an extension of a 2012 award
for the mobile command units.
The company has tested the
units? electromagnetic interference shielding and integrated
power and heating and cooling
systems as part of the development work.
Work is expected to be completed on the latest contract by
December 2025.
Funds will be earmarked
for the project as delivery or-
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ders are issued, according to
the Defense Department announcement.
Marini said Dayton T.
Brown?s contract had been unaffected so far by the federal
government?s partial shutdown that began in December.
?We?d been finalizing this
with [defense officials] last
week,? he said. ?It came during
the shutdown.?
Dayton T. Brown received
$1.7 million in initial funding
for the latest contract on Friday, Marini said.
Before the government shutdown that began Dec. 22, Congress passed appropriations
bills for several government departments, including Defense.
At the dawn of 2019, President Donald Trump and Congress remained at loggerheads
over his demand for at least $5
billion to fund a border wall.
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Arthur S. Laitman of
Roslyn, managing partner of Rosenberg, Fortuna & Laitman in Garden City, has been appointed to the board of
directors of the Alzheimer?s Foundation of
America in Manhattan.
The Lend A Hand Project in Commack has elected two new members to
its board of directors.
Sharon Katz Solomon
of Syosset is religious
school director at Temple Beth Sholom Relgious School in Roslyn
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founded its Open Research group.
The issue could find new attention in
Congress next year as more Republicans warm up to the idea of basic online
privacy regulations and the incoming
Democratic House majority takes a
more skeptical approach to tech firms
that many liberal politicians once
viewed as allies ? and prolific campaign donors.
?We?re seeing now some of the consequences of the abuses that can occur in
these platforms if they remain unregulated without meaningful oversight,?
said Rep. David Cicilline, a Rhode Island Democrat poised to take the helm
of the House?s antitrust subcommittee.
But too much regulation may bring its
own undesirable side effects, internet pioneer Vint Cerf warned. ?If in our . . . zeal
to protect people?s privacy we throw sand
in the gears of everything, we may end up
with a very secure system that doesn?t
work very well.?
Protecting U.S. from cyber vulnerabilities
The Associated Press
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho ? It?s called
the ?Dark Side? because the 50 workers
there prefer to keep the lights low so
they can dim the brightness on their
computer screens. Or maybe it?s because of what they do in cyber research
and development.
Questions about exactly what goes on
at the heart of one of the United States?
primary cybersecurity facilities at the
Idaho National Laboratory aren?t always
answered, and photos by outsiders
aren?t allowed.
What is shared is that the United
States is rushing to catch up with what
cybersecurity experts say are threats by
hackers to systems that operate energy
pipelines, hydroelectric projects, drinking water systems and nuclear power
plants across the country. Hackers opening valves, cutting power or manipulating traffic lights, for example, could
have serious consequences.
Scott Cramer, who directs the lab?s cy-
The new Idaho Falls, Idaho, facility will
focus on infrastructure control systems.
bersecurity program, said current efforts mostly involve ?bolting on? cybersecurity protections to decades-old infrastructure control systems.
?This is no joke ? there are vulnerabilities out there,? he said. ?We?re pretty
much in reaction mode right now.?
The lab, mainly known for nuclear research, is expanding its cybersecurity efforts with a new 80,000-square-foot
building called the Cybercore Integration Center that will hold 20 laboratories and 200 workers. Another
67,000-square-foot building will house
one of the nation?s most powerful supercomputers. Combined cost: $85 million.
The lab?s focus is on what are called critical infrastructure control systems, as opposed to cybersecurity systems intended
to protect information, such as banking or
personal health records. Its employees
work to prevent threats like one that occurred in 2013, in which the Justice Department said seven Iranian hackers working
at the behest of the Iranian government
gained access to the controls of a dam in
Rye Brook, in Westchester County.
Prosecutors said the hackers would
have been able to remotely access the
dam?s gate, but it was disconnected at the
time for maintenance. The hackers remain wanted by the FBI.
?The problem is so new and challenging that we don?t have the workforce
right now to challenge the problem efficiently,? Cramer said. ?We?re in a bit of a
scramble mode to help get caught up
and train folks to get our arms around a
big national challenge.?
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
? DIANE DANIELS
ing the core of our lives and shaping our
social institutions,? Whittaker said.
It wasn?t just Facebook. Google attracted concern about its continuous surveillance of users after The Associated
Press reported it was tracking people?s
movements whether they like it or not.
Concerns bubbled up in December as
lawmakers grilled Google CEO Sundar
Pichai at a congressional hearing ? a sequel to similar public reckonings this
year with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other tech executives.
?It was necessary to convene this hearing because of the widening gap of distrust between technology companies and
the American people,? Republican House
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
?It became obvious to a lot of people
that the rhetoric of doing good and benefiting society and ?Don?t be evil? was
not what these companies were actually
living up to,? said Whittaker, who is also
a research scientist at Google who
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Scott Haber of Bayside, Queens, is vice president, commerical banking at Sterling National
Bank in Jericho.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a pair of House committees in April.
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LAW
Campolo, Middleton & McCormick
in Ronkonkoma has promoted two
senior associates to partner.
Arthur Yermash of Brooklyn will
work out of Westbury starting Feb. 1.
Jeffrey Basso of Commack
We may remember 2018 as the year
when technology?s dystopian potential
became clear, from Facebook?s role enabling the harvesting of our personal
data for election interference to a seemingly unending series of revelations
about the dark side of Silicon Valley?s
connect-everything ethos.
The list is long: High-tech tools for immigration crackdowns. Fears of smartphone addiction. YouTube algorithms
that steer youths into extremism. Repurposing genealogy websites to hunt for
crime suspects based on a relative?s DNA.
Automated systems that keep tabs of
workers? movements and habits.
And more awaits us in 2019, as surveillance and data-collection efforts ramp
up and artificial intelligence systems
start sounding more human.
But there are also countermeasures
afoot in Congress and state government
? and even among tech-firm employees who are more active about ensuring
their work is put to positive ends.
?Something that was heartening this
year was that accompanying this parade
of scandals was a growing public awareness that there?s an accountability crisis
in tech,? said Meredith Whittaker, a cofounder of New York University?s AI
Now Institute for studying the social implications of artificial intelligence.
Among the most troubling cases was
the revelation in March that political
data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica
swept up personal information of millions of Facebook users for the purpose
of manipulating national elections.
?It really helped wake up people to the
fact that these systems are actually touch-
y
Dr. Tommaso Addona
of Manhattan, partner at
Long Island Plastic Surgical Group in Garden
City and Babylon and
chief of plastic surgery
at St. Joseph Hospital in
Bethpage, has been promoted to president at the Long Island
Plastic Surgical Group.
The Associated Press
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Brother: He?s innocent
WHELAN FAMILY/EPA-EFE/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK
Says arrested
American was in
Russia for wedding
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON ? Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine arrested in Russia on espionage
charges, was visiting Moscow
over the holidays to attend a wedding when he suddenly disappeared, his brother said Tuesday.
Whelan, 48, who is head of
global security for a Michiganbased auto parts supplier, was
arrested on Friday. In announcing the arrest three days later,
the Russian Federal Security
Service said he was caught ?during an espionage operation,?
but gave no details.
?We are deeply concerned for
his safety and well-being,? his
family said in a statement that
his brother David Whelan
Paul Whelan
posted on Twitter. ?His innocence is undoubted and we trust
that his rights will be respected.?
The Russian spying charges
carry a prison sentence of up
to 20 years.
David Whelan said in an interview that his brother had
been to Russia several times
previously, so when a fellow former Marine was planning a
wedding in Moscow with a Rus-
sian woman he was asked to
come along to help out.
The morning of his arrest,
he had taken a group of wedding guests on a tour of the
Kremlin museums. The last
time anyone heard from him
was at about 5 p.m. and then he
failed to show up that evening
for the wedding, his brother
said. ?It was extraordinarily out
of character,? he said.
The family feared he had
been mugged or was in a car accident, David Whelan said, and
it was when searching the internet on Monday that he learned
of the arrest. ?I was looking for
any stories about dead Americans in Moscow, so in a way it
was better than finding out that
he had died,? he said.
The State Department said
Monday it had received formal
notification from the Russian
Foreign Ministry of the arrest
and was pushing for consular access. David Whelan said the family was told by the U.S. Embassy
in Moscow they have not been
able to speak to Paul Whelan.
David Whelan said he has no
idea why his brother was targeted by the Russian security
services. Paul Whelan had traveled to Russia in the past for
work and to visit friends he had
met on social networks, his
brother said.
Paul Whelan did multiple
tours in Iraq with the Marine
Corps, his brother said. He now
lives in Novi, Michigan, and is director of global security for BorgWarner, where he has worked
since early 2017. ?He is responsible for overseeing security at our
facilities in Auburn Hills, Michigan, and at other company locations around the world,? company spokeswoman Kathy Graham said in a statement. She said
BorgWarner does not have any
facilities in Russia.
He previously worked for
Kelly Services, which does
maintain offices in Russia, his
brother said.
Image shows truck involved in attack
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HOUSTON ? Investigators
in Houston said Monday that
they have a surveillance video
image of a pickup truck from
which a driver fired several
shots into a car carrying a family, killing a 7-year-old girl and
wounding the child?s mother.
The image of the red, fourdoor pickup was captured
shortly before the shooting occurred Sunday morning, Harris
County sheriff?s Lt. Christopher Sandoval told reporters.
Sheriff Ed Gonzalez declined
to speculate on what prompted
the driver of the pickup to pull
alongside and fire into the car
carrying Jazmine Barnes, three
of her sisters and her mother.
Jazmine died at the scene,
her mother suffered a gunshot
wound to the arm and her
6-year-old sister was injured by
shattered glass. The mother,
30-year-old LaPorsha Washington, remained in a hospital
Monday.
Gonzalez described the
shooting as ?totally unprovoked.?
?The family should be celebrating and spending time together anticipating the new
year and instead they?re mak-
AP / NICOLE HENSLEY
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Christopher Cevilla, father of Jazmine Barnes, 7, who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Houston.
ing plans to bury this innocent,
precious child,? Gonzalez said.
A distraught Washington
told KTRK-TV from her hospital bed that the gunman sped
up after firing into her car, only
to pull in front and slow down
before firing again.
?He intentionally killed my
child for no reason,? she said.
?He didn?t even know her, he
didn?t know who she was.?
Authorities initially said the
shooting occurred as Washington was leaving a Walmart park-
ing lot, but Gonzalez on Monday said it occurred on a
nearby service road as the family was heading to a store.
The gunman was described
as a bearded man in his 40s
wearing a red hoodie.
?I hope with each passing moment his conscience is eating
away at him,? Gonzalez said,
later adding, ?Do the right
thing and turn yourself in.
There?s no need for anyone else
to be harmed.?
Jazmine?s father, Christopher
Cevilla, who appeared with Gonzalez at Monday?s news briefing,
pleaded with the public to provide relevant tips to authorities
so that an arrest can be made.
?My daughter was 7 years
old, loving, caring, very passionate with people, very sweet,
just an innocent young girl,?
Cevilla said. ?Very smart in
school. There?s just a lot of
things that?s being robbed of
me and my family at this moment that we will never be able
to get back.?
U.S. MILITARY
APOLOGIZES
FOR TWEETING
BOMB JOKE
The U.S. military command responsible for the nation?s nuclear weapons
tweeted a New Year?s Eve
message Monday afternoon:
It is always ready to ?drop
something much, much bigger?
than
Manhattan?s
iconic Time Square ball.
The post and accompanying video went live as the
country readied to ring in
the new year by watching
the famous New York City
ball descend at midnight.
The U.S. Strategic Command has since deleted and
apologized for the tweet.
?We admittedly erred in
connecting it to New Year?s
Eve festivities, and we apologize,? said Meghan M. Liemburg-Archer, a U.S. Strategic
Command spokeswoman.
?We remain dedicated to the
security of America and our
allies.?
?#TimesSquare tradition
rings in the #NewYear by
dropping the big ball . . . if
ever needed, we are #ready to
drop something much, much
bigger,? the original post read.
?Watch to the end! @AFGlobalStrike @Whiteman_AFB
#Deterrence
#Assurance
#CombatReadyForce #PeacelsOurProfession?
The embedded video
showed footage of a B-2
stealth bomber. As the words
?STEALTH,? ?READY,? and
?LETHAL? flashed across the
screen, the aircraft released
bombs. They fall to the
ground and crash with a fiery
explosion.
It also tagged the Whiteman Air Force Base and the
Air Force Global Strike Command, which is responsible
for nuclear and nonnuclear
strategic bomber fleets.
The post was deleted
within hours and replaced
with a subsequent apology
from the Strategic Command?s official account.
Walter Shaub, former director of the Office of Government Ethics, reposted the
now-deleted tweet and asked,
?What kind of maniacs are
running this country??
? The Washington Post
WORLD
A25
New Brazilian
leader sworn in
Agenda includes
crime crackdown,
corruption fight
AP / ANDRE PENNER
The Associated Press
Brazil?s President Jair Bolsonaro and first lady Michelle Bolsonaro
after his swearing-in ceremony, in Brasilia, Brazil, on Tuesday.
BRASILIA, Brazil ? Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in as
Brazil?s president Tuesday, taking the reins of Latin America?s largest and most populous nation with promises to
overhaul myriad aspects of
daily life and put an end to
business-as-usual governing.
For the far-right former army
captain, the New Year?s Day inauguration was the culmination
of a journey from a marginalized and even ridiculed congressmen to a leader who many
Brazilians hope can combat endemic corruption as well as violence that routinely gives the
nation the dubious distinction
of being world leader in total
homicides.
The 63-year-old longtime
congressman rose to power on
an anti-corruption and pro-gun
agenda that has energized conservatives and hard-right supporters after four consecutive
presidential election wins by
the left-leaning Workers? Party.
Bolsonaro was the latest of
several far-right leaders around
the globe who have come to
power by riding waves of anger
at the establishment and promising to ditch the status quo.
Tuesday?s festivities in the
capital of Brasilia began with a
motorcade procession along the
main road leading to Congress
and other government buildings. Bolsonaro and his wife,
Michelle, stood up in an opentop Rolls-Royce and waved to
thousands of onlookers.
Once inside Congress, Bolsonaro and his vice president,
retired Gen. Hamilton Mourao,
took the oath of office. Bolsonaro then read a short speech
that included many of the farright positions he staked out
during the campaign.
He promised to combat the
?ideology of gender? teaching
in schools, ?respect our JudeoChristian tradition? and ?prepare children for the job market, not political militancy.?
Brasilia was under tight security, with 3,000 police patrolling
the event. Military tanks, fighter
jets and even anti-aircraft missiles also were deployed.
The increased security came
at Bolsonaro?s request. His intestine was pierced when a
knife-wielding man stabbed
and nearly killed him, and
today Bolsonaro wears a
colostomy bag.
Bolsonaro did little moderating since being elected in October, with progressives and liberals decrying stances they say are
homophobic, sexist and racist.
The new president, who
spent nearly three decades in
Congress, has also drawn international criticism for his plans
to roll back regulations in the
Amazon and his disinterest in
social programs in a country
that is one of the world?s most
unequal in terms of income.
On Tuesday, Bolsonaro reiterated his commitment to fighting crime in a nation that has
long led the world in annual
homicides. More than 63,000
people were killed last year.
He wants to tackle the problems in part by shielding police
who kill during an operation
from criminal prosecution.
Human rights groups fear
that defense of police violence
could shield officers from investigations of misconduct and lead
to more extrajudicial killings.
U.S., Israel officially quit UNESCO 5 HURT IN GERMAN CAR ATTACKS
The Associated Press
BERLIN ? A German man
has been arrested after repeatedly driving into crowds of people, injuring at least five, in what
authorities said Tuesday appeared to have been intentional
attacks against foreigners.
Four people were injured in
the western city of Bottrop and
one person was injured in
nearby Essen, while pedestrians
managed to jump out of his path
in two other attempted attacks in
those cities, police said.
?The man had the clear intention to kill foreigners,? German
news agency dpa quoted the
top security official in North
Rhine-Westphalia state, Herbert Reul, as saying.
The victims included a
46-year-old woman, who suffered life-threatening injuries,
and a child. Some of the victims
were Syrian and Afghan citizens.
The attacks began shortly
after midnight while people
were celebrating New Year?s
out on the streets.
The 50-year-old driver first attempted to hit a group of people
in Bottrop, but failed. He then
drove into the city center, where
he slammed his silver Mercedes
into a crowd, injuring four.
He then drove toward Essen,
where he twice attempted to
run people down, injuring one
person, before being arrested
by police.
The man, whose name wasn?t
released, is being held on suspicion of attempted homicide. Police said the suspect made antiforeigner comments during his
arrest and there were indications he had been treated for
mental illness in the past. ? AP
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greatly impact UNESCO financially, since it has been dealing
with a funding slash ever since
2011, when both Israel and the
United States stopped paying
dues after Palestine was voted
in as a member state. Since
then officials estimate that the
United States ? which accounted for around 22 percent
of the total budget ? has accrued $600 million in unpaid
dues, which was one of the reasons for President Donald
Trump?s decision to withdraw.
Israel owes an estimated $10
million.
Officials say that many of the
reasons the United States cited
for withdrawal do not apply anymore, noting that since then, all
12 texts on the Middle East
passed at UNESCO have been
consensual among Israel and
Arab member states.
newsday.com
PARIS ? The United States
and Israel officially quit the
United Nations? educational,
scientific and cultural agency at
the stroke of midnight Tuesday,
the culmination of a process
triggered more than a year ago
amid concerns that the organization fosters anti-Israel bias.
The withdrawal is mainly
procedural yet serves a new
blow to UNESCO, co-founded
by the United States after
World War II to foster peace.
The Trump administration
filed its notice to withdraw in
October 2017 and Israeli
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu followed suit.
The Paris-based organization
has been denounced by its critics as a crucible for anti-Israel
bias: blasted for criticizing Is-
rael?s occupation of east
Jerusalem, naming ancient Jewish sites as Palestinian heritage
sites and granting full membership to Palestine in 2011.
Israeli UN envoy Danny
Danon said Tuesday that his
country ?will not be a member of an organization whose
goal is to deliberately act
against us, and that has become a tool manipulated by
Israel?s enemies.?
The United States has demanded ?fundamental reform? in the agency that is
best known for its World Heritage program to protect cultural sites and traditions. UNESCO also works to improve
education for girls, promote
understanding of the Holocaust?s horrors and to defend
media freedom.
The withdrawals will not
OBITUARIES
A26
LONG ISLAND
BY VERA CHINESE
vera.chinese@newsday.com
Michael Economos was an actuary by day and an actor by
night, ?dazzling? Long Island
community theater audiences
with his high-energy musical performances, those who knew him
said.
The Garden City father of
three died Dec. 24, just eight
months after a brain tumor diagnosis. He was 55.
?It?s a comfort to all that he is
at peace now,? said his wife of 20
years, Christine Economos, 55.
?He?ll be in everybody?s hearts
forever and, wherever we go, he
is going to be with us.?
Whether he was on stage or
in the office, he touched others
with his high-spirited, fun-loving personality, his wife said.
Born in Brooklyn Heights on
Sept. 1, 1963, Economos studied
at Binghamton University,
where he was a founding member of the acclaimed all-male a
cappella group The Binghamton Crosbys. He earned a bachelor?s degree in physics and actuarial science in 1985 before beginning a 30-year career as an
actuary.
He met his wife through
friends, and the pair married in
1996 before settling in Garden
City in 1998. A lifelong singer,
Economos performed in the
Mercer Choral Society during
his years at the global consulting company where he worked
from 1994 through 2011. His last
position was as a principal with
Conduent in Florham Park,
New Jersey.
Economos joined the Gilbert
and Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island in 2010 and
was cast as Major-General Stanley in ?The Pirates of Penzance.? The company performs
only the works of the Victorian-era lyricist W.S. Gilbert
and composer Arthur Sullivan.
?He took to it like a duck to
water,? said Gayden Wren, a longtime company member who directed Economos in ?A Gilbert &
Sullivan Christmas Carol? and
?The World According to
Gilbert & Sullivan.? ?You
couldn?t take your eyes off him.?
He went on to take major
roles in productions such as
?The Sorcerer? and ?H.M.S.
Pinafore? and eventually became president of the theater
company in 2015.
Michael
and
Christine
Economos? daughter Emily,
20, joined the Light Opera
Company as a singer at age 14,
and their daughter Rebecca,
18, became a stage manager
with the company.
Economos performed at
more than 100 Long Island
venues during his years with
the company, from the Landmark on Main Street in Port
Washington to the Van Nostrand Theater at Suffolk
County Community College in
Brentwood to church basements and library meeting
rooms.
Economos first learned of
the tumor in April while he was
rehearsing for the role of Bunthorne in ?Patience.? He continued to attend rehearsals after
his first surgery, but Wren assumed the part after Economos
became too sick to perform.
The company dedicated the
show to Economos when it was
performed at Landmark on
Main Street in June. It wasn?t
the same without him, Wren
said.
?The Bunthorne I did was
not the Bunthorne he would
have done,? Wren said.
In addition to his wife and
daughters, Economos is survived by a son, Richard, 26, of
Queens.
No public services have been
planned. Donations in his
honor may be sent to Good
Shepherd Hospice in Farmingdale.
THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN LIGHT OPERA COMPANY OF LONG ISLAND
Michael Economos, 55, actuary and actor
Michael Economos in the role of John Wellington Wells in Gilbert &
Sullivan?s ?The Sorcerer.?
NATION
Physicist Roy J. Glauber, 93, shared 2005 Nobel Prize
Roy J. Glauber, an American
physicist who won the Nobel
Prize for helping lay the foundations of quantum optics, providing an expanded and modern
explanation of the properties of
light, died Dec. 26. He was 93.
His death was announced by
the Optical Society of America
(OSA). Family members said he
died at a hospital in Newton,
Mass.
As a young man, Glauber
worked at Los Alamos National
Laboratory, where the atomic
bomb was built. He was one of
the last remaining people who
saw the first bomb test in the
New Mexico desert in 1945.
A longtime member of the
physics faculty at Harvard University and an adjunct professor of optical sciences at the
University of Arizona in Tucson, Glauber conducted work
AP / HARAZ N. GHANBARI
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
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Roy J. Glauber
that provided a quantum explanation for the interaction between light and matter.
In 2005, half of the Nobel
Prize for physics was awarded
to John L. Hall and Theodor W.
Hфnsch for their work in precision spectroscopy; the other
half was awarded to Glauber,
for what the Nobel Prize committee described as ?his contribution to the quantum theory
of optical coherence.?
Optical coherence is a term
associated with the pure beams
of light produced by lasers, and
it was the development of
lasers that helped prompt
Glauber to develop his theory.
In addition to his work in
quantum optics, Glauber was
known for contributions to
high-energy physics and statistical physics, and had a reputation as a witty and humorous
storyteller. In his Nobel lecture,
he suggested a modern version
of one of the early sentences of
the Bible, ?Let there be light.?
In Glauber?s formulation,
?the good Lord said, ?Let there
be quantum electrodynamics.? ?
Roy Jay Glauber was born in
New York on Sept. 1, 1925.
As a child, he built model air-
planes and spent days constructing a reflecting telescope.
He was one of the first students
to attend the newly opened
Bronx High School of Science,
which counts eight Nobel winners among its graduates.
With the aid of a scholarship,
he enrolled at Harvard in the
fall of 1941; having skipped two
grades at public school. Instruction was accelerated by the demands of World War II, and by
the time he was 18 he had
largely acquired the equivalent
of a graduate school education.
Recruited for the Manhattan
Project in 1943, he soon found
himself absorbed in making calculations connected to determining the behavior of neutrons and the amount of nuclear fuel necessary to ensure
an atomic explosion.
In 1946 he returned to Harvard, completed his undergraduate studies and entered grad-
uate school, where future
Nobel Prize winner Julian
Schwinger was his thesis adviser. After receiving his doctorate in 1949, Glauber spent
time at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton,
N.J, led by J. Robert Oppenheimer, one of the architects
of the atomic bomb.
He returned to Harvard in
1952 and began scaling the academic ladder at a time in which
the laser was being developed,
which led him to raise questions about the quantum behavior of the laser?s output.
Glauber?s seminal work was
published in 1963.
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long time resident of Seaford
on December 29, 2018. Mazie
was
predeceased
by
her
husbands Thomas Bergen and
Patrick Horan. Beloved mother
of
Mary
Bonner
(Neil),
Eleanore Giaccio (John), Daniel
(Theresa), Thomas (Valerie),
Joseph
(Bonnie),
James
(Candace), Theresa Pontillo,
Kenneth (Robin), and the late
William (Lori). Proud grandmother of 27 grandchildren and
17 great-grandchildren. Dear
sister-in-law of Jacquelin Davey. She will be missed by her
extended Horan family and her
many nieces and nephews.
Resposing Friday 4-8 PM at
the Charles G. Schmitt Funeral
Home Inc., 3863 Merrick Rd.
Seaford, NY. (2 Traffic Lts.
East of Rt. 135). Mass of Christian Burial Saturday 9:15 AM
at St. William the Abbot RC
Church, Seaford, NY. Interment
Holy Rood Cemetery Westbury,
NY. schmittfuneralhome.com
CAPPY - Carol J. longtime
resident of Asharoken, NY, on
December 29, 2018, 91 years
of age. Devoted wife of the
late Donald. Loving mother of
Christine, Michael and his wife
Joanne, Charles, and her foster
son the late Michael R. Foley.
Also loved by her cherished
niece Ming and her children
Patrick and Maggie. Funeral
Service at Nolan Funeral
Home,
5
Laurel
Avenue,
Northport, Saturday 11:00am,
visiting hours Friday 2-5 &
7-9pm, burial Genola Rural
Cemetery. In Carol's memory
donations to Habitat for
Humanity or V.N.S. Hospice of
Suffolk would be appreciated.
www.nolanfh.com
COLEMAN-CIERVO Michele of
Massapequa Park, NY on December 30, 2018. Originally
from Elmhurst & Douglaston
N.Y. Loving mother of Anthony
and Kaitlyn. Cherished daughter of Patricia Rapisarda
(Anthony) and John Coleman.
Beloved sister of John Coleman
& Jeffery Coleman (Dawn).
Dear aunt to Casey and Dylan.
Niece of Joan Hemleb and
Barbara Regan. Will be missed
by cousins Debra, Liz, George,
Kathleen, Sally-Ann and Richard. Reposing at the Massapequa funeral home Inc. North
Chapel,1050 Park Blvd (corner
of Clark) Massapequa Park on
Thursday 2-4 & 6-8pm. Funeral
Mass Friday 10:00AM at St.
Rose of Lima R.C Church, 2
Bayview Avenue in Massapequa. Cremation wil be private.
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DARCY - William P. Jr., died on
December 10, 2018, at the age
of 90. He was a lifetime Local
Union No. 3, NY electrician.
A family of Electricians, including his father, William P.
Darcy, SR., sons, James and
Thomas, also Uncles Herbert
and John Darcy, along with
daughter, Christine Darcy. A
proud family of active and
involved members. William is
predeceased by his wife,
Kathryn (Dida) Darcy; his son,
William P. Darcy, III, and his
daughter
Kathryn
Teresa
Winkler. He is survived by his
sons, James and Thomas, and
his daughters, Patricia Kenney,
Christine Darcy, and Mary
Ackerman. Memorial Visitation Friday, January 4th, 2-5
and 7-9 at the Frederick Funeral Home,
192-15 Northern
Blvd., Flushing, NY.
The Life We Share
KRASSNER - Madeline formerly of Merrick on December 22,
2018. Retired Nassau County
Crossing Guard. Beloved wife
of the late Kenneth. Devoted
mother of Thomas Krassner
(Judy) and Karen Lombardo.
Dear sister of John Himbele.
Loving Grandmother of Ashley,
Alexander, Gregory and Kelsey.
Also survived by her 3 Great
Grandchildren. Memorial Visiting Sat. Jan 5th 2-4PM and
7-9PM at the N. F. Walker
Funeral Home 2039 Merrick
Ave. Merrick. Memorial Services at 8:30PM that evening.
MURRAY - Cecelia (Dr. Young)
Age 86 Born & raised in
Rockaway
Beach,
Queens.
Longtime resident of Stony
Brook, NY passed peacefully on
December 29, 2018. Beloved
wife of the late Dr. James W.
G. Murray. Loving mother of
M i c h a e l (Ste f an ie ), J a m e s
(Eileen), & the late William.
Cherished
grandmother
of
Reagan, Quinlan, & Jamie.
Reposing at Branch Funeral
Home 190 E. Main St.
Smithtown, NY 11787. Visitation Friday 2-8pm. Funeral
Mass Saturday 11:15am at Sts.
Philip & James RCC. Private
Cremation to follow.
www.branchfh.com
STACHECKI - Kathey L. of
Northport, on December 30,
2018, 74 years of age. Beloved
wife of Peter. Loving mother
of
Christopher
Stachecki
(Dorothy) & Timothy Stachecki
- Okrah (Bony). Cherished
grandmother of Audrey and
Lyle. Visiting Nolan Funeral
Home,
5
Laurel
Avenue,
Northport, NY Friday 2-5pm
& 7-9pm with words of
remembrance
at
8:00pm,
private cremation to follow.
www.nolanfh.com
In Memoriam
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A Time
To
Remember
Marguerite ?Marge? Snider
Nov. 17, 1933 - Jan. 2, 2018
First Anniversary in Heaven
WIFE - LOVER - MOTHER GRANDMOTHER - GREATGRANDMOTHER - AUNT NEIGHBOR - FRIEND - ARTIST
- TEACHER - INSPIRATION.
Deeply missed by
all who knew her.
RICHARD J. RUND
In the past five years that you
have been gone, you have not
been forgotten.
Rest in peace, Chris & Tony
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FERRARA - Rose Giambalvo
Ferrara, 96, of Wantagh, New
York, passed away at her home
December 29, 2018. Rose was
born in Brooklyn, New York on
September 17, 1922 to Ida and
Pellegrino Giambalvo. She was
married to Salvatore J. Ferrara
for 68 years until his death in
2016. Rose was a graduate
of St. Joseph?s College and
Hofstra University, where she
received her Master?s degree
in Education. She worked for
the U. S. Navy at the Brooklyn
Navy Yard during World War Il.
She was an English teacher
in the Levittown Public School
system for many years. Rose
was a former president of both
the Wantagh Garden Club and
the Rosary Altar Society at St.
Frances de Chantel Church and
she volunteered for many years
at Madonna Heights. Rose is
survived by her sons, Joseph
Ferrara,
M.D.
(Clarisse
Clemons, M.D.) and Peter
Ferrara, D.D.S. (Christine) and
her daughter, Victoria FerraraLoris, Esq. (Michelle Loris,
PhD.), her grandchildren, Maja
(Frank) Chiusa, Ann (Michael)
Garneau,
Joseph
(Lauren)
Ferrara,
Jr.,
Angelo
and
Angela Ferrara, Kristin Ferrara,
Katharine (Harper) Homes,
Susan
(Andy)
Calderon,
Margaret Ferrara, Sal and Nick
Loris, and her great grandchildren Lucy and Dakota
Homes, Antonio Chiusa and
Joseph Ferrara Ill. In addition
to her husband, she was predeceased by her granddaughter
Elizabeth Ferrara. Visitation
will be at the Wantagh Abbey
on Thursday January 3, 2019
from 2:00-4:00pm and 7:00pm
to 9:00pm. A Mass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated at St.
Frances de Chantel in Wantagh
on Friday January 4, 2019
at 10:00am. Interment at
St. Michael?s Cemetery in
Pawcatuck, CT will follow.
H A R T - Marline E. of Kings
Park on December 30, 2018.
Retired registered nurse from
St.
John?s
Hospital
and
Kings Park Psychiatric Center.
Loving wife of the late James
S. Hart, Sr. Devoted mother
of Jim (Dan), Karen (Michael)
Picciotti and Tim (Joanne).
Cherished grandmother of
Joseph (Alicia),
Danielle
(Anthony), Timmy, Raymond &
Kristen. Adored great-grand
mother of Frankie, Bianca,
James and Isabella. Reposing
Thursday and Friday 2-4 and
7-9pm. at Clayton Funeral
Home, Inc. 25 Meadow Rd.,
Kings Park. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered
9:30am. Saturday at St. Joseph?s RC Church, Kings Park. Interment to follow at St. Patrick?s Cemetery, Huntington.
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DONOHOE - Helen A. of Massapequa Park on December
30, 2018. Graduate of Bishop
McDonald HS and was a nurse
at St. Rose of Lima Grammar
School Massapequa for 20
years. Beloved wife of Joseph.
Devoted mother of Kathleen
(Stewart) MacLeod, Timothy
(Doris) and Kevin (Rita).
Cherished
grandmother
of
Catherine, Rebecca, Brian, Joseph, Daniel, Marissa, Claire
and Nicholas. Reposing at
Massapequa Funeral Home Inc.
North Chapel 1050 Park Blvd.
Massapequa Park Thursday and
Friday 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral
mass Saturday 10am St. Rose
of Lima R.C. Church Massapequa. Cremation service will
be private.
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Chance of wintry
mix
Lows, 31 34
Thursday
Slight chance
rain, snow early
43 32
Friday
Mostly sunny
45 38
Saturday
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First
Jan. 14
Chance of rain
JFK
36/34
NASSAU
Garden
City
36/31
Cold Spring
Harbor
34/31
SUFFOLK
Port Jefferson
34/31
Islip/MacArthur
34/32
LOCAL FORECAST
LONG ISLAND:::
LONG
ISLAND: Sunny. Much
cooler with highs mid 30s. North
winds 5 to 10 mph, east
afternoon. Tonight: Partly cloudy
with a slight chance of rain, snow
evening.
NYC:: Sunny. Much cooler with
NYC:
highs upper 30s. North winds 5
to 10 mph, east afternoon.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with a
slight chance of snow evening,
then cloudy, chance of snow, rain
after midnight.
ON THE WATER
Wind:::
WIND: N winds 10 to 15 kt with
gusts up to 20 kt, to NE 5 to 10 kt
afternoon. Tonight: SE winds 5 to
10 kt, to SW after midnight.
Thursday: SW winds 10 to 15 kt.
WAVE
WAVE HEIGHTS:::
HEIGHTS: Seas 2 to 4 ft.
Tonight: Seas around 2 ft.
Thursday: Seas 2 to 3 ft.
TEMPERATURE::: Sandy Hook to
TEMPERATURE:
Sheepshead Bay air: ##,
46 water:
45 North Shore air: ##,
##;
44 water:
43 South Shore air: ##,
N/Awater:
##;
44
51 East End air: ##,
##;
42 water: ##
VISIBILITY:::
VISIBILITY: Mainly unrestricted.
SUN & MOON
Sunrise today
7:16 a.m.
Sunset today
4:37 p.m.
Sunrise tomorrow
7:16 a.m.
Sunset tomorrow
4:38 p.m.
Moonrise today
3:58 a.m.
Moonset today
2:19 p.m.
MOON PHASES
First
Jan. 14
Full
Jan. 21
Last
Jan. 27
45 36
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Amityville
36/32
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EXTREMES
HIGH: Immokalee, FL 87░ L
LOW: W. Yellowstone, MT -38░
WED.
THU.
FRI.
SAT.
SUN.
MON.
TIDES
ALMANAC
HIGH FOR:
am pm am pm am pm am pm am pm am pm
Islip readings as of 4 p.m.
Amityville
7:15 7:35 8:04 8:26 8:49 9:11 9:30 9:53 10:10 10:34 10:48 11:15
YESTERDAY'S TEMPERATURES
7:04 7:22 7:54 8:13 8:41 9:01 9:25 9:47 10:08 10:31 10:49 11:15
Bay Shore
High............................................ 60
9:17 9:47 10:05 10:35 10:49 11:18 11:29 11:58
12:04 12:33 12:28 Low.............................................. 43
College Point
Coney Island
4:51
5:11 5:40 6:02 6:25 6:47 7:06 7:29 7:46 8:10 8:24 8:51 High last year.............................. 17
East Rockaway In. 4:48 5:08 5:37 5:59 6:22 6:44 7:03 7:26 7:43 8:07 8:21 8:48 Low last year................................. 6
7:35 7:49 8:16 Normal high................................ 39
4:16 4:36 5:05 5:27 5:50 6:12 6:31 6:54 7:11
Fire Island Inlet
Fort Hamilton
4:57 5:17 5:46 6:08 6:31 6:53 7:12 7:35 7:52 8:16 8:30 8:57 Normal low................................. 24
5:28 5:48 6:17 6:39 7:02 7:24 7:43 8:06 8:23 8:47 9:01 9:28 Barometer............................. 29.93
Freeport
7:41 8:14 8:26 8:58 9:07 9:38 9:46 10:17 10:24 10:56 11:02 11:35 YESTERDAY'S PRECIPITATION
Greenport
12:14 12:09 Islip as of 4 p.m.................. 0.25 in.
Hempstead Harbor 8:58 9:28 9:46 10:16 10:30 10:59 11:10 11:39 11:45
5:23 5:43 6:12 6:34 6:57 7:19 7:38 8:01 8:18 8:42 8:56 9:23 Previous 7 days..........................
0.25 in.
Howard Beach
Total for the month............ 0.25 in.
Huntington Beach 8:25 8:57 9:14 9:44 9:58 10:27 10:40 11:08 11:19 11:46 11:57
Jones Inlet
4:35 4:55 5:24 5:46 6:09 6:31 6:50 7:13 7:30 7:54 8:08 8:35 Total for the year................ 0.25 in.
Normal for the year............ 0.12 in.
Mastic Beach
8:22 8:42 9:11 9:33 9:56 10:18 10:37 11:00 11:17 11:41 11:55
HEATING DEGREE DAYS
8:27 8:59 9:16 9:46 10:0010:29 10:42 11:10 11:21 11:48 11:59
Mattituck Inlet
An estimate of energy needed for heating:
Mill Basin
5:23 5:43 6:12 6:34 6:57 7:19 7:38 8:01 8:18 8:42 8:56 9:23 each
unit equals a degree that the daily mean
Montauk Point
5:06 5:31 5:56 6:18 6:41 7:01 7:21 7:40 7:59 8:16 8:32 8:50 temperature falls below 65.
3:58 4:18 4:47 5:09 5:32 5:54 6:13 6:36 6:53 7:17 7:31 7:58 Yesterday..................................... 13
Moriches Inlet
New Suffolk
9:03 9:36 9:48 10:20 10:29 11:00 11:08 11:39 11:46
12:18 12:24 Total for the month..................... 11
Total since July 1..................... 1801
Nissequogue River 8:19 8:51 9:08 9:38 9:52 10:21 10:34 11:02 11:13 11:40 11:51
8:30 9:02 9:19 9:49 10:03 10:32 10:45 11:13 11:24 11:51
12:02 Normal since July 1................ 1960
Oyster Bay
WIND CHILL (at noon)
Patchogue
8:17 8:37 9:06 9:28 9:51 10:13 10:32 10:55 11:12 11:36 11:50
Port Jefferson
8:26 8:58 9:15 9:46 10:0010:30 10:42 11:11 11:23 11:51
12:02 Wind speed was 23 mph.
9:09 9:40 9:57 10:27 10:41 11:10 11:20 11:49 11:54
12:24 12:17 Actual air temperature was 57░,
Port Washington
7:36 8:09 8:21 8:53 9:02 9:33 9:41 10:12 10:19 10:51 10:57 11:30 making it feel like 57░ yesterday.
Sag Harbor
4:55 5:15 5:44 6:06 6:29 6:51 7:10 7:33 7:50 8:14 8:28 8:55 HUMIDITY (at noon)
Sandy Hook
.............. 53%
4:04 4:24 4:53 5:15 5:38 6:00 6:19 6:42 6:59 7:23 7:37 8:04
Shinnecock Inlet
SNOW
TOTALS
6:23 6:47 7:11
7:35 7:55 8:19 8:35 9:01 9:15 9:42 9:53 10:22
Spuyten Duyvil
Yesterday.............................. 0.0 in.
SLACK WATER AFTER HIGH TIDE:
Total for the month.............. 0.0 in.
East Rockaway In. 6:15 6:33 7:03 7:21 7:45 8:03 8:21 8:45 8:57 9:21 9:33 10:03 Total for the season............. 4.3 in.
Fire Island Inlet
7:47 8:05 8:35 8:53 9:17 9:35 9:53 10:17 10:29 10:53 11:05 11:35
Jones Inlet
6:30 6:48 7:18 7:36 8:00 8:18 8:36 9:00 9:12 9:36 9:48 10:18 PARTICULATES READING
Montauk Point
7:34 8:16 8:22 9:04 9:10 9:46 9:52 10:28 10:28 11:04 11:10 11:40 Today...................................... Good
Moriches Inlet
7:45 8:03 8:33 8:51 9:15 9:33 9:51 10:15 10:27 10:51 11:03 11:33
Shinnecock Inlet
6:48 7:06 7:36 7:54 8:18 8:36 8:54 9:18 9:30 9:54 10:06 10:36 UV INDEX.......................................2
Full
Last
Jan.
21
Jan. 27
Forecasts, graphics and data provided by йIBM Corporation 1994, 2019
NATIONAL
Albany
29/23 pcldy
Denver
40/16 sunny
New Orleans
67/60 shwrs
Anchorage
32/16
snow
Des Moines
29/19
pcldy
Omaha
30/17
sunny
Atlanta
60/52 shwrs
Detroit
34/28 snow
Orlando
81/63
pcldy
Atlantic City
42/33 pcldy
Honolulu
84/72 pcldy
Philadelphia
42/36 pcldy
Boston
31/26
pcldy
Indianapolis
37/27
cldy
Phoenix
51/31
sunny
Buffalo
31/27
pcldy
Kansas City MO
30/20 pcldy
Portland OR
43/41
pcldy
Burlington VT
19/17
pcldy
Las Vegas
48/30 sunny
Salt Lake City
24/14
pcldy
Charleston SC
69/58 shwrs
Lexington
46/34 cldy
San Francisco
55/41
sunny
Charlotte
57/47
rain
Los Angeles
62/43 sunny
Seattle
46/42 rain
Chicago
32/21
pcldy
Miami
81/71
pcldy
Syracuse
28/25 pcldy
Cleveland
36/29 pcldy
Minneapolis
21/14
pcldy
Tampa
81/65
pcldy
Columbus
41/30 cldy
Mobile
69/59 shwrs
Topeka
32/19
pcldy
Dallas-Ft. Worth
37/32
rain
Myrtle Beach
60/53 shwrs
Washington DC
46/40 cldy
FOREIGN
Amsterdam
Ankara
Athens
Baghdad
Bangkok
Beijing
Berlin
Bermuda
Buenos Aires
Cairo
Calgary
Cancun
Dublin
45/38
36/33
52/43
57/47
87/72
33/13
40/28
71/64
85/63
64/52
45/29
82/74
45/37
pcldy
snow
sunny
cldy
pcldy
sunny
pcldy
t-stm
t-stm
sunny
pcldy
rain
pcldy
Edmonton
Hong Kong
Jerusalem
Johannesburg
Kabul
Karachi
Kingston
Lima
London
Madrid
Manila
Mexico City
Montreal
41/26
58/55
56/41
73/56
49/12
86/57
87/76
78/69
43/33
53/26
84/75
74/46
13/7
cldy
rain
sunny
t-stm
sunny
pcldy
sunny
pcldy
pcldy
sunny
rain
pcldy
sunny
Moscow
New Delhi
Paris
Rio
Riyadh
Rome
Sao Paulo
Seoul
Sydney
Tehran
Tokyo
Toronto
Warsaw
30/28
72/45
45/34
90/78
80/59
55/35
87/72
32/11
84/71
51/43
51/37
29/28
37/27
snow
fog
pcldy
t-stm
pcldy
pcldy
t-stm
sunny
pcldy
pcldy
sunny
snow
snow
SPORTS STATS
FOOTBALL
NFL PLAYOFFS
WILD-CARD PLAYOFFS
Saturday
Indianapolis at Houston, 4:35 p.m.
Seattle at Dallas, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday
L.A. Chargers at Baltimore, 1:05 p.m.
Philadelphia at Chicago, 4:40 p.m.
DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS
Saturday, Jan. 12
Baltimore/Los Angeles Chargers/Indianapolis at Kansas City, 4:35 p.m.
Chicago/Dallas/Seattle at L.A. Rams, 8:15
p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 13
Houston/Baltimore/Los Angeles Chargers
at New England, 1:05 p.m.
Dallas/Seattle/Philadelphia at New Orleans, 4:40 p.m.
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sunday, Jan. 20
NFC: TBD, 3:05 p.m.
AFC: TBD, 6:40 p.m.
PRO BOWL
Sunday, Jan. 27 ? At Orlando, Fla.
AFC vs. NFC, 3 p.m.
SUPER BOWL
Sunday, Feb. 3 ? At Atlanta
AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6:30 p.m.
2019 NFL DRAFT ORDER
April 25-27 ? At Nashville, Tenn.
FIRST ROUND
1. Arizona Cardinals
2. San Francisco 49ers
3. Jets
4. Oakland Raiders
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6. Giants
7. Jacksonville Jaguars
8. Detroit Lions
9. Buffalo Bills
10. Denver Broncos
11. Cincinnati Bengals
12. Green Bay Packers
13. Miami Dolphins
14. Atlanta Falcons
15. Washington Redskins
16. Carolina Panthers
17. Cleveland Browns
18. Minnesota Vikings
19. Tennessee Titans
20. Pittsburgh Steelers
21. Philadelphia Eagles-x
22. Indianapolis Colts-x
23. Seattle Seahawks-x
24. Oakland (from Dallas)-x
25. Baltimore Ravens-x
26. Houston Texans-x
27. New England Patriots-x
28. Oakland (from Chicago)-x
29. Los Angeles Chargers-x
30. Kansas City Chiefs-x
31. Los Angeles Rams-x
32. Green Bay (from New Orleans)
x-Subject to Playoffs
The draft order for playoff teams is determined by the following procedures:
A ? The winner of the Super Bowl selects
last and the other Super Bowl participant
next-to-last, regardless of their regular-season record.
B ? The Championship Game participants
not advancing to the Super Bowl select 29th
and 30th, according to the reverse order of
their standing.
C ? The Divisional Playoff participants
not advancing to the Championship Games
select 25th through 28th, according to the reverse order of their standing.
D ? The Wild Card participants not advancing to the Divisional Playoffs select 21st
through 24th, according to the reverse order
of their standing.
A29
ON TV & RADIO
TENNIS
QATAR EXXONMOBIL OPEN
At Doha, Qatar
Singles ? First Round
Ricardas Berankis, Lithuania, def. David
Goffin (6), Belgium, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (4).
Guido Pella, Argentina, def. Cem Ilkel, Turkey, 7-6 (1), 6-3.
Marco Cecchinato (4), Italy, def. Sergiy
Stakhovsky, Ukraine, 6-4, 6-2.
Stan Wawrinka, Switzerland, def. Karen
Khachanov (3), Russia, 7-6 (7), 6-4.
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, Spain, def.
Mubarak Shannan Zayid, Qatar, 6-1, 6-3.
Dusan Lajovic, Serbia, def. Adrian Mannarino, France, 6-3, 7-6 (5).
Novak Djokovic (1), Serbia, def. Damir
Dzumhur, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 6-1, 6-2.
Marton Fucsovics, Hungary, def. Marius
Copil, Romania, 6-3, 6-2.
Pierre-Hugues Herbert, France, def. Dominic Thiem (2), Austria, 6-3, 7-5.
Doubles ? First Round
Robin Haase and Matwe Middelkoop,
Netherlands, def. Dominic Inglot, Britain, and
Franko Skugor (4), Croatia, 3-6, 6-3, 10-7.
Maximo Gonzalez, Argentina, and Nicolas
Jarry, Chile, def. Albert Ramos-Vinolas and
Fernando Verdasco, Spain, 6-3, 6-4.
Santiago Gonzalez, Mexico, and Aisam-ulHaq Qureshi, Pakistan, def. Marco Cecchinato and Andreas Seppi, Italy, 6-3, 6-2.
TATA OPEN MAHARASHTRA
At Pune, India
Singles ? First Round
Ivo Karlovic, Croatia, def. Felix Auger-Aliassime, Canada, 6-4, 7-5.
Simone Bolelli, Italy, def. Denis Istomin,
Uzbekistan, 6-4, 6-4.
Ilya Ivashka, Belarus, def. Hubert Hurkacz,
Poland, 6-7 (9), 6-2, 6-3.
Benoit Paire (5), France, def. Saketh Myneni, India, 7-6 (5), 6-3.
Jiri Vesely, Czech Republic, def. Antoine
Hoang, France, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.
Ramkumar Ramanathan, India, def. Marcel Granollers, Spain, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Laslo Djere, Serbia, def. Arjun Kadhe,
India, 7-5, 7-6 (6).
Doubles ? First Round
Denys Molchanov, Ukraine, and Igor Zelenay, Slovakia, def. Pablo Andujar and
Roberto Carballes Baena, Spain, 6-1, 6-4.
Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan, India,
def. Radu Albot, Moldova, and Malek Jaziri,
Tunisia, 6-1, 6-2.
Simone Bolelli, Italy, and Ivan Dodig, Croatia,
def. Marcelo Arevalo, El Salvador, and Jamie Cerretani, United States, 4-6, 7-5, 10-7.
Leander Paes, India, and Miguel Angel ReyesVarela, Mexico, def. David Marrero, Spain, and
Hans Podlipnik-Castillo, Chile, 6-3, 6-4.
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL
At Brisbane, Australia
Men?s Singles ? First Round
Denis Kudla, United States, def. Taylor
Fritz, United States, 7-6 (5), 6-7 (2), 6-4.
Andy Murray, Britain, def. James Duckworth, Australia, 6-3, 6-4.
Jeremy Chardy, France, def. Jan-Lennard
Struff, Germany, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Nick Kyrgios (8), Australia, def. Ryan Harrison, United States, 7-6 (5), 5-7, 7-6 (5).
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, France, def. Thanasi
Kokkinakis, Australia, 7-6 (6), 6-4.
Jordan Thompson, Australia, def. Alex
Bolt, Australia, 6-3, 6-0.
Alex de Minaur (7), Australia, def. Alexei
Popyrin, Australia, 6-2, 6-2.
Women?s Singles ? First Round
Johanna Konta, Britain, def. Sloane
Stephens (3), United States, 6-4, 6-3.
Ajla Tomljanovic, Australia, def. Katerina
Siniakova, Czech Republic, 1-6, 6-3, 6-0.
Anastasija Sevastova (8), Latvia, def.
Daria Gavrilova, Australia, 6-3, 6-3.
Petra Kvitova (4), Czech Republic, def. Danielle
Collins, United States, 6-7 (6), 7-6 (6), 6-3.
Aliaksandra Sasnovich, Belarus, def. Anastasia Potapova, Russia, 6-4, 7-5.
Women?s Singles ? Second Round
Naomi Osaka (2), Japan, def. Destanee
Aiava, Australia, 6-3, 6-2.
Lesia Tsurenko, Ukraine, def. Kimberly Birrell, Australia, 6-4, 6-3.
Men?s Doubles ? First Round
Kyle Edmund and Neal Skupski, Britain,
def. Henri Kontinen, Finland, and John Peers
(3), Australia, 7-6 (4), 6-2.
John Millman and John-Patrick Smith,
Australia, def. Marcelo Demoliner, Brazil, and
Daniil Medvedev, Russia, 6-7 (3), 6-4, 10-4.
Robert Lindstedt, Sweden, and Milos
Raonic, Canada, def. Bob and Mike Bryan (1),
United States, 3-6, 6-4, 10-7.
Women?s Doubles ? First Round
Kristina Mladenovic, France, and Galina
Voskoboeva, Kazakhstan, def. Kiki Bertens
and Demi Schuurs, Netherlands, 6-3, 7-5.
Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova
(1), Czech Republic, def. Mihaela Buzarnescu, Romania, and Nadiia Kichenok, Ukraine, 6-4, 6-0.
Lucie Hradecka, Czech Republic, and Andreja Klepac, Slovenia, def. Elise Mertens,
Belgium, and Sam Stosur, Australia, 6-4, 6-2.
Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Germany, and
Vania King, United States, def. Olga
Danilovic, Serbia, and Anastasia Potapova,
Russia, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4).
ASB CLASSIC
At Auckland, New Zealand
Singles ? First Round
Sofia Kenin, United States, def. Petra Martic (4), Croatia, 7-5, 2-6, 6-2.
Kirsten Flipkens (7), Belgium, def. Sachia
Vickery, United States, 6-2, 6-2.
Barbora Strycova (5), Czech Republic, def. Taylor Townsend, United States, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-3.
Hsieh Su-wei (3), Taiwan, def. Polona
Hercog, Slovenia, 6-2, 6-3.
Bibiane Schoofs, Netherlands, def. Alison
Van Uytvanck (8), Belgium, 3-4 retired.
Julia Goerges (2), Germany, def. Johanna
Larsson, Sweden, 6-0, 6-4.
Mona Barthel, Germany, def. Silvia SolerEspinosa, Spain, 6-2, 7-6 (1).
Venus Williams (6), United States, def.
Victoria Azarenka, Belarus, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3.
Amanda Anisimova, United States, def.
Jana Cepelova, Slovakia, 6-2, 3-0 retired.
Bianca Andreescu, Canada, def. Timea
Babos, Hungary, 6-4, 7-6 (6).
Doubles ? First Round
Eugenie Bouchard, Canada, and Sofia
Kenin, United States, def. Lesley Kerkhove,
Netherlands, and Sabrina Santamaria,
United States, 2-6, 6-3, 10-6.
Alexandra Panova, Russia, and Laura Siegemund, Germany, def. Raluca Olaru, Romania,
and Abigail Spears (1), United States, 6-3, 6-4.
Monique Adamczak and Jessica Moore, Australia, def. Kaitlyn Christian and Asia Muhammad (3), United States, 3-6, 6-3, 12-10.
SHENZHEN OPEN
At Shenzhen, China
Singles ? First Round
Kristyna Pliskova, Czech Republic, def.
Peng Shuai, China, 3-6, 7-6 (6), 3-3 retired.
Monica Niculescu, Romania, def. Jelena
Ostapenko (4), Latvia, 6-0, 6-2.
Singles ? Second Round
Vera Zvonareva, Russia, def. Ivana Jorovic,
Serbia, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4.
Sorana Cirstea, Romania, def. Pauline Parmentier, France, 6-2, 6-2.
Alison Riske, United States, def. Evgeniya
Rodina, Russia, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Veronika Kudermetova, Russia, def. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (8), Russia, 6-2, 1-6, 6-2.
Doubles ? First Round
Dalila Jakupovic, Slovenia, and Irina Khromacheva (3), Russia, def. Jiang Xinyu and
Tang Qianhui, China, 6-4, 2-6, 10-4.
Nao Hibino, Japan, and Anhelina Kalinina,
Ukraine, def. Tatjana Maria, Germany, and
Pauline Parmentier, France, 6-1, 7-5.
Timea Bacsinszky, Switzerland, and Vera
Zvonareva, Russia, def. Wang Xinyu and Xun
Fang Ying, China, 2-6, 7-5, 13-11.
NY PRO TEAMS THIS WEEK
WED. 1/2
THUR. 1/3
Pittsburgh
7:00
NBCSN
FIFTH: $64,000, alc, 4YO up F&M, 7f, cloudy.
6-Carrera Cat (R.Maragh) ......8.10 4.80 3.00
8-Gentle Annie (M.Franco) .........12.00 5.30
1-Passporttovictory (R.Gutierrez) ........2.30
Time 1:26.08
Muddy
Scratched: Cirque. Also Ran: Miss Marion,
Scorpion Bowl, Southern Fried Fun, Pinchbeck.
$0.5 Pick 5 (5-6-3-1/2-6) $2,679.25
$0.5 Pick 4 (6-3-1/2-6) $154
$1 Pick 3 (3-1-6) $71$0.5 Trifecta (6-8-1) $55.62
$0.1 Super. (6-8-1-5) $28.40
$1 Double (1-6) $20 $1 Exacta (6-8) $43.25
SEVENTH: $67,000, alc opt cl, 4YO up F&M,
6 1/2 f, cloudy.
9-Flat Calm (J.Alvarado) ......6.70 4.50 3.60
2-Timely Tradition (F.Pennington) 6.60 4.60
1-My Roxy Girl (R.Maragh) ...................4.90
Time 1:20.88
Good
Scratched: Aunt Babe, Picco Uno. Also Ran:
Fair Regis, Baby Boss, Moondance Joy, Ribbonite.
$1 Pick 3 (6-6-4) $13.60, $1 Pick 3 (6-6-9) $59.25
$1 Exacta (9-2) $23.40 $0.1 Super. (9-2-1-3) $30.65
$0.5 Trifecta (9-2-1) $59
$1 Double (6-4) $2.10 $1 Double (6-9) $9.10
EIGHTH: $150,000, stk, 3YO, 1mi, cloudy.
Jerome Stakes.
3-Mind Control (J.Velazquez) 5.00 3.90 2.80
4-Our Braintrust (J.Vargas, Jr.).....5.00 3.40
AWAY
TUE. 1/8
Arizona
4:00
MSG
*Chicago
7:30
NBCSN
Vegas
10:00
MSG+
St. Louis
8:00
MSG+
*Carolina
7:00
MSG+
LA Lakers
10:30
MSG
New Orl.
7:30
YES
HOME
MON. 1/7
Portland
10:00
MSG
Memphis
8:00
YES
Chicago
3:30
YES
Gold. State
10:30
MSG
Boston
7:30
YES
RADIO: Rangers ESPN/98.7|Islanders WRHU /88.7, WRCN/103.9|Knicks ESPN/98.7|Nets WFAN /
660, 101.9
*-at NYCB Live?s Nassau Coliseum
MORE SPORTS WEDNESDAY
Basketball
G Lg., Fort Wayne at Westchester
7 p.m.
MSG
Minnesota at Boston
8 p.m.
ESPN
Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers
10:30 p.m.
ESPN
College basketball Seton Hall at Xavier
6:30 p.m.
FS1, WNYM (970)
Nebraska at Maryland
6:30 p.m.
BTN
Tulane at Cincinnati
6:30 p.m.
CBSSN
Harvard at North Carolina
7 p.m.
ESPN2
Temple at UCF
7 p.m.
ESPNEWS
Texas Tech at West Virginia
7 p.m.
ESPNU
Northwestern at Michigan State
8:30 p.m.
BTN
College basketball UConn at South Florida
8:30 p.m.
CBSSN
DePaul at Villanova
8:30 p.m.
FS1
Oklahoma at Kansas
9 p.m.
ESPN2
Iowa State at Oklahoma State
9 p.m.
ESPNEWS
Texas at Kansas State
9 p.m.
ESPNU
Colorado State at UNLV
10:30 p.m.
CBSSN
Utah State at Nevada
11 p.m.
ESPNU
Hockey
Jr., quarterfinals, teams tbd
4, 8 & 10:30 p.m.
NHL
New Jersey at Dallas
8:30 p.m.
MSG+
San Jose at Colorado
9:30 p.m.
NBCSN
Soccer
Chelsea vs. Southampton
2:55 p.m.
NBCSN
HISTORY | THIS DATE IN SPORTS
Jan. 2
1961: George Blanda passes for three touchdowns and kicks a field goal and the extra
points to give the Houston Oilers a 24-16 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers in the
first American Football League championship game.
1965: The Jets sign Alabama quarterback Joe
Namath for a reported $400,000, the most lucrative rookie contract in football history.
1966: Jim Taylor and Paul Hornung gain 201
yards on four inches of snow at Lambeau
Field to lead the Green Bay Packers to a
23-12 victory over the Cleveland Browns and
their third championship in five years.
1977: Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner is
suspended one year by Commissioner Bowie
Kuhn for tampering in the free-agent signing
of Gary Matthews.
1982: Rolf Benirschke?s 29-yard field goal at
13:52 of overtime ends one of the wildest
2-Family Biz (D.Davis) .........................3.00
Time 1:39.06
Good
Also Ran: Gates of Dawn, Souper Jackpot, Direct Order.
$1 Grand Slam (1/6/8-2/6/7-1/2/9-3) $15.40
$1 Pick 3 (6-9-3) $28.50 $1 Con. Pick 3 (6-4-3) $6.50
$0.5 Trifecta (3-4-2) $35.25
$0.1 Super. (3-4-2-5) $26.65
$1 Double (9-3) $12.70 $1 Exacta (3-4) $19
NINTH: $25,000, cl, 4YO up, 6f, cloudy.
3-Alright Alright (B.Hernandez) .4.20 3.30 2.80
10-For Pops (L.Reyes) .................12.00 9.20
8-Bitumen (R.Gutierrez) .......................4.20
Time 1:13.64
Good
Scratched: Gypsum Johnny, King Kranz. Also
Ran: The Great Samurai, Samadi Sky, Dancetrack, Conquest Prankster, Crafty Concorde,
Fifty Eight O G.
Pick 6 (1/2-6-1/3/4/6-4/8/9-3-2/3/5) $2,878
5 Correct $36.60
$0.5 Pick 5 (6-1/3/4/6-4/8/9-3-2/3/5) $377.50
$0.5 Pick 4 (1/3/4/6-4/8/9-3-2/3/5) $32.25
$1 Pick 3 (9-3-3) $30.50
$1 Con. Pick 3 (9-3-2) $10.70
$1 Double (3-3) $8.50 $1 Con. Double (3-2) $2.85
$0.5 Trifecta (3-10-8) $87.37
$0.1 Super. (3-10-8-11) $219.75
$1 Exacta (3-10) $29.50
Handle $808,897 Total Handle $6,035,600
(c) 2019 Equibase Company LLC, all rights reserved
and highest-scoring playoff games as the
San Diego Chargers beat the Miami Dolphins
41-38. San Diego?s Dan Fouts completes 33
of 53 passes for 433 yards and three TDs.
Miami quarterback Don Strock completes 29
of 43 passes for 403 yards and four TDs.
1984: Miami defeats Nebraska 31-30 in the
Orange Bowl for the national championship.
1985: UNLV beats Utah State 142-140 in
triple overtime, with both teams setting an
NCAA record for total points. The Runnin?
Rebels score a record 93 points in the second
half, and coach Jerry Tarkanian gets his
600th victory.
1986: Mike Bossy of the Islanders becomes
the 11th NHL player to score 500 goals.
Bossy scores No. 500 on an empty-netter
with 17 seconds remaining to clinch a 7-5 victory against the Boston Bruins at Nassau Coliseum. Bossy reaches the milestone in 647
games, fewer than anyone in NHL history at
that time.
1987: No. 2 Penn State beats No. 1 Miami
14-10 in the Fiesta Bowl for the national
championship.
1989: Notre Dame beats West Virginia
34-21 in the Fiesta Bowl to finish the season
at 12-0. The Irish are named national champion in the polls.
1996: No. 1 Nebraska demolishes No. 2 Florida 62-24 in the Fiesta Bowl and is the first
repeat champion in 16 years.
2001: Jose Theodore is the sixth NHL goalie
to score a goal in a regular-season game, the
goal coming during Montreal?s 3-0 victory
over the Islanders.
2002: Carolina?s Ron Francis becomes the
fifth NHL player to record 500 goals and
1,000 assists when he scores in the Hurricanes? 6-3 loss to Boston.
2009: Utah finishes 13-0 with a 31-17 victory over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. The
Utes are the first team from a non-BCS conference to win two BCS bowls.
2009: Doug Weight becomes the eighth
American-born player to reach 1,000 points
after his two assists for the Islanders in a
5-4 loss to Phoenix.
2011: Seattle becomes the first sub-.500 division champ in league history with a 16-6 win
over St. Louis. The Seahawks finish as
champs of the NFC West at 7-9, the first
playoff team with a losing record ? not
counting the 1982 strike-shortened season
? since the merger in 1970.
2018: Vegas defeats Nashville 3-0 for its
eighth straight victory and earns at least one
point in 13 consecutive games, both NHL
records for a first-year team.
TRANSACTIONS
FOOTBALL
CHICAGO : Signed QB Tyler Bray to the practice squad. Released OL Willie Beavers from
the practice squad.
CINCINNATI : Signed K Tristan Vizcaino to a
reserve/future contract.
DETROIT : Signed QB Connor Cook to a reserve/future contract. Announced the are
not renewing offensive coordinator Jim Bob
Cooter?s contract.
MIAMI : Signed LB James Burgess, C Connor
Hilland, S Chris Lammons, DT Jamiyus
Pittman, LB Quentin Poling and DE Jeremiah
Valoaga to reserve/future contracts.
OAKLAND : WR Saeed Blacknall, RB James
Butler, LB Cayson Collins, LB James Cowser,
WR Rashard Davis, DB Makinton Dorleant, P
Drew Kaser, OT Jamar McGloster, QB
Nathan Peterman and FB Ryan Yurachek to
reserve/future contracts.
HOCKEY
ARIZONA : Assigned G Calvin Pickard to Tuc-
son (AHL) for conditioning purposes.
CAROLINS : Recalled F Saku Maenalanen
from Charlotte (AHL). Reassigned F Janne
Kuokkanen to Charlotte.
NEW JERSEY : Placed F Taylor Hall on injured reserve, retroactive to Dec. 23. Recalled
D Egor Yakovlev and F Blake Pietila from
Binghamton (AHL).
American Hockey League
MILWAUKEE : Signed DScottSavageandFJared
Van Wormer to professional tryout contracts.
SAN DIEGO : Signed RW Johno May to a professional tryout. Released C Jake Marchment from his professional tryout contract.
COLLEGE
NORTH CAROLINA STATE : Announced junior
WR Jakobi Meyers will enter the NFL draft.
OKLAHOMA : Agreed to terms with Lincoln
Riley football coach on a contract extension.
STANFORD : Announced junior TE Kaden
Smith will enter the NFL draft.
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
THIRD: $35,000, mdn cl, 3YO F, 5 1/2 f,
cloudy.
3-Call It a Truce (B.Hernandez) 8.30 3.00 2.40
1-Annette?s Humor (J.Alvarado) ..2.40 2.10
4-Rose of Dublin (M.Franco) .................3.20
Time 1:08.63
Muddy
Also Ran: Caralicious, Big Brown Cat, Dontcallmefrancis, Ladyberg, T J?s Rose Ella.
FOURTH: $80,000, alc opt cl, 4YO up, 1 1/8
mi, cloudy.
1a-Small Bear (D.Davis)........6.00 3.20 2.10
3-Holiday Bonus (J.Alvarado) .......3.70 2.30
6-Backsideofthemoon (J.Velazquez).....2.50
Time 1:54.15. Muddy. Scratched: Caledonian.
Also Ran: a-Hit It Once More, Roaming
Union, Bronx Sandman. a-Coupled.
$1 Pick 3 (6-3-1) $61.25 $1 Double (3-1) $16.20
$1 Exacta (1-3) $11.30 $1 Quinella (1-3) $6.60
$0.1 Super. (1-3-6-4) $6.27 $0.5 Trifecta (1-3-6) $14.87
EXACTA PICKED BY STEVE MATTHEWS
SIXTH: $46,000, mdn cl, 3YO, 6f, cloudy.
6-Stone Breaker (R.Gutierrez).4.10 3.00 2.30
7-Papa Jim (A.Worrie) .................5.20 3.30
2-Dr. Lloyd (J.Alvarado) .......................3.00
Time 1:12.45
Muddy
Scratched: Wisecrack, I Saw It All, D Emcee.
Also Ran: Dollarsforpennies, Simbasalltrouble, Straphanger, Lettercarrierhenry.
$1 Pick 3 (1-6-6) $40.75 $1 Double (6-6) $11.10
$1 Exacta (6-7) $10.70 $0.1 Super. (6-7-2-10) $18.52
$0.5 Trifecta (6-7-2) $27.87
WINNER PICKED BY STEVE MATTHEWS
SUN. 1/6
newsday.com
SECOND: $41,000, mdn cl, 4YO up, 6f,
cloudy.
6-Bourbon N Rye (R.Gutierrez) ...8.80 4.10 3.30
1-Bourbon Did It (J.Lezcano) .......3.70 3.20
5-Tenency (A.Worrie) ............................5.60
Time 1:13.38 ? Muddy
Also Ran: Legion Storm, Frost?s Song, Kavansberg, Tammany Giant.
$1 Double (5-6) $62.25 $1 Exacta (6-1) $15.30
$1 Quinella (1-6) $8.60 $0.1 Super. (6-1-5-3) $28.80
$0.5 Trifecta (6-1-5) $57.37
$1 Pick 3 (5-6-3) $244 $1 Double (6-3) $28.25
$1 Exacta (3-1) $8.10 $0.1 Super. (3-1-4-7) $9.90
$0.5 Trifecta (3-1-4) $9.95
SAT. 1/5
Colorado
9:00
MSG2
TUESDAY AT AQUEDUCT
FIRST: $80,000, alc opt cl, 4YO up F&M, 6 1/2
f, cloudy.
5-Jc?s Shooting Star (M.Franco) 25.00 5.60 2.80
1-Sounds Delicious (D.Davis) .......2.90 2.10
2-Crimson Frost (J.Alvarado) ................2.20
Time 1:19.56
Muddy
Also Ran: Friend of Liberty, Bobby?s Song.
$1 Exacta (5-1) $25.50 $0.1 Super. (5-1-2-3) $17.37
$0.5 Trifecta (5-1-2) $62.62
FRI. 1/4
SPORTS STATS
A30
BASKETBALL
NBA STANDINGS
yy
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic
W
Toronto ....................28
Philadelphia .............24
Boston ....................21
Nets .........................17
Knicks .......................9
Southeast
W
Charlotte ..................18
Miami ......................17
Orlando ...................16
Washington .............14
Atlanta ....................11
Central
W
Milwaukee ...............26
Indiana .....................25
Detroit .....................16
Chicago ....................10
Cleveland ...................8
L
11
14
15
21
29
L
18
18
20
23
25
L
10
12
19
27
29
Pct
.718
.632
.583
.447
.237
Pct
.500
.486
.444
.378
.306
Pct
.722
.676
.457
.270
.216
GB
?
3.5
1
5 /2
101/2
181/2
GB
?
1
/2
2
41/2
7
GB
?
11/2
91/2
161/2
181/2
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest
W
L
Pct
Houston ...................21
15 .583
San Antonio ............21
17 .553
Memphis ..................18
18 .500
Dallas .......................17
19 .472
New Orleans ............17
21 .447
Northwest
W
L
Pct
Denver .....................24
11 .686
Oklahoma City .........23
13 .639
Portland ...................22
16 .579
Utah .........................18
20 .474
Minnesota ...............17
20 .459
Pacific
W
L
Pct
Golden State ...........25
13 .658
LA Clippers ..............21
16 .568
LA Lakers ................21
16 .568
Sacramento .............19
18 .514
Phoenix ......................9
29 .237
*-Late game not included
GB
?
1
3
4
5
GB
?
11/2
31/2
71/2
8
GB
?
3.5
31/2
51/2
16
NBA SCHEDULE
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
newsday.com
Monday
Indiana 116 .................................Atlanta 108
Charlotte 125..............................Orlando 100
Houston 113.............................Memphis 101
San Antonio 120 .........................Boston 111
New Orleans 123 ...................Minnesota 114
Oklahoma City 122 ........................Dallas 102
Golden State 132 .......................Phoenix 109
Tuesday
Denver 115..................................Knicks 108
Toronto 122 ....................................Utah 116
Milwaukee 121 ..............................Detroit 98
Portland 113..........OT..........Sacramento 108
Philadelphia 119.....................L.A. Clippers 113
Wednesday
New Orleans at Nets, 7:30 p.m.
Atlanta at Washington, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Miami at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Detroit at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Minnesota at Boston, 8 p.m.
Orlando at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Philadelphia at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Oklahoma City at LA Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Thursday
Toronto at San Antonio, 8 p.m.
Denver at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Houston at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
Friday
Nets at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Knicks at LA Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Utah at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m.
Dallas at Boston, 8 p.m.
Indiana at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Orlando at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Washington at Miami, 8 p.m.
Atlanta at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.
LA Clippers at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
NBA G LEAGUE
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W
L
Pct
GB
LI Nets .....................14
6 .700
?
Westchester.............15
7 .682
?
1
Raptors ....................14
7 .667
/2
Delaware ...................7 13 .350
7
Maine .........................7 14 .333 71/2
Monday
Maine 131 .........................................Erie 122
Austin 111 .............................Sioux Falls 105
Tuesday
Windy City 117 .....................Greensboro 103
Agua Caliente 103...............Salt Lake City 93
Wednesday
Erie at LI Nets, 7 p.m.
Fort Wayne at Westchester, 7 p.m.
Austin at Sioux Falls, 7:30 p.m.
Northern Arizona at Agua Caliente, 10 p.m.
Friday
Capital City at Canton, 7 p.m.
Grand Rapids at Delaware, 7 p.m.
Lakeland at Greensboro, 7 p.m.
Windy City at Erie, 7 p.m.
Wisconsin at Fort Wayne, 7 p.m.
Westchester at Raptors, 7:30 p.m.
Sioux Falls at Salt Lake City, 9 p.m.
Oklahoma City at Agua Caliente, 10 p.m.
HOCKEY
Bucks 121, Pistons 98
Nuggets 115, Knicks 108
Pistons
Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Bullock..........26 2-8 0-1 1-4 3 2 6
Griffin ..........33 9-20 7-7 4-9 4 5 29
Drummond ..30 6-12 3-5 2-7 1 2 15
B.Brown........28 0-7 0-0 3-8 3 4 0
Jackson.........22 8-10 1-1 0-0 3 2 19
Leuer ............25 3-5 0-0 3-9 2 4 6
Kennard .......20 3-10 0-0 1-3 2 1 8
Thomas ........19 3-6 6-7 0-1 0 2 13
Calderon ......16 0-5 0-0 0-2 1 2 0
Galloway.......10 0-7 0-0 0-0 3 2 0
Robinson III ...7 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 2
Totals ...........240 35-92 17-21 14-43 23 26 98
FG%: .380, FT%: .810. 3PM-A: 11-32, .344
(Griffin 4-9, Jackson 2-3, Kennard 2-4, Bullock 2-5, Thomas 1-1, B.Brown 0-1, Leuer
0-1, Calderon 0-4, Galloway 0-4). BS: 2 (Griffin, Leuer). TO: 14 (Griffin 6, Jackson 3, Bullock 2, Calderon, Drummond, Leuer). STL: 7
(Drummond 2, Robinson III 2, Bullock, Griffin, Thomas). Tech: coach Pistons (Defensive
three second), 3:49 first.
Bucks
Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Antetknmpo 26 6-11 3-5 0-8 7 5 15
Middleton ....28 9-14 3-4 3-5 2 2 22
Lopez ...........30 7-13 4-5 0-3 0 0 25
Bledsoe.........29 7-14 4-4 0-4 6 1 18
Brogdon .......25 6-7 0-0 0-4 5 1 13
Hill ...............19 3-4 2-5 0-3 4 4 8
Snell .............17 4-5 0-0 0-2 0 0 9
Maker ..........17 1-2 1-3 1-5 1 4 3
Wilson .........17 0-2 0-0 1-5 1 1 0
S.Brown........15 2-3 0-0 0-2 1 1 4
Connaughton .4 2-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 4
J.Smith ..........4 0-1 0-0 0-2 0 0 0
DiVincenzo .....3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0
Totals ...........240 47-79 17-26 5-43 28 19 121
FG%: .595, FT%: .654. 3PM-A: 10-27, .370
(Lopez 7-12, Brogdon 1-2, Snell 1-2, Middleton 1-4, Antetokounmpo 0-1, S.Brown 0-1,
Hill 0-1, Maker 0-1, Wilson 0-1, Bledsoe 0-2).
BS: 6 (Antetokounmpo 3, Lopez 2, DiVincenzo). TO: 13 (Middleton 4, Antetokounmpo
3, Brogdon, DiVincenzo, Hill, Lopez, Maker,
Snell). STL: 7 (S.Brown 3, Antetokounmpo,
Bledsoe, Hill, Maker). Tech: coach Bucks (Defensive three second), 3:03 second; Maker,
9:09 fourth; coach Bucks (Defensive three
second), 6:15 fourth; Lopez, 6:15 fourth.
Detroit .................27 25 21 25 ? 98
Milwaukee ..........35 33 24 29 ? 121
A: 17,534.
Knicks
Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Knox ............38 7-16 2-3 0-4 1 0 18
Vonleh .........34 2-8 1-1 6-14 3 5 5
Kornet .........26 6-9 3-3 0-6 1 3 19
Hardaway Jr. 37 7-12 1-1 0-2 2 2 16
Mudiay ........31 7-20 0-2 2-3 9 3 15
Kanter .........20 6-11 5-6 7-12 2 3 17
Trier .............19 3-9 0-0 0-2 2 1 7
Ntilikina........18 4-6 0-0 0-0 5 2 10
Dotson..........13 0-2 1-2 0-0 3 2 1
Totals ...........240 42-93 13-18 15-43 28 21 108
FG%: .452, FT%: .722. 3PM-A: 11-27, .407 (Kornet 4-7, Ntilikina 2-3, Knox 2-7, Trier 1-1,
Mudiay 1-2, Hardaway Jr. 1-4, Dotson 0-1,
Vonleh 0-2). BS: 3 (Kornet, Mudiay, Vonleh).
TO: 8 (Mudiay 4, Hardaway Jr. 3, Vonleh).
STL: 4 (Mudiay 2, Knox, Ntilikina).
Nuggets Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Hernangomez ..19 2-4 2-2 1-2 0 1 8
Jokic ............34 8-16 2-3 6-14 15 3 19
Plumlee .......23 4-5 0-0 1-7 2 4 8
Craig ............24 5-10 1-2 2-4 1 0 13
Murray..........32 4-12 0-0 1-3 5 1 8
Beasley.........29 8-15 2-2 0-6 5 0 23
Morris...........22 2-8 0-0 1-3 4 1 5
Millsap..........22 6-13 4-10 2-9 2 5 16
Harris ...........19 1-5 4-4 1-2 2 3 6
Lyles ..............9 4-7 0-0 1-3 0 1 9
Totals ...........240 44-95 15-23 16-53 36 19 115
FG%: .463, FT%: .652. 3PM-A: 12-34, .353
(Beasley 5-9, Hernangomez 2-4, Craig 2-5,
Jokic 1-2, Lyles 1-3, Morris 1-4, Murray 0-3,
Millsap 0-4). BS: 6 (Jokic 3, Craig, Lyles, Murray). TO: 8 (Jokic 5, Hernangomez, Morris,
Murray). STL: 7 (Millsap 2, Plumlee 2,
Beasley, Jokic, Murray).
Knicks ..................32 24 28 24 ? 108
Denver .................28 27 27 33 ? 115
A: 19,520.
Raptors 122, Jazz 116
Jazz
Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Favors ..........27 8-12 5-8 6-9 0 4 21
Ingles............34 0-5 2-3 0-6 6 5 2
Gobert ..........32 6-7 4-5 3-9 2 3 16
Mitchell .......35 7-23 3-3 1-4 3 2 19
Rubio ...........31 6-17 2-3 0-4 8 5 14
Crowder .......26 9-15 7-7 0-6 0 3 30
Exum ...........18 4-11 0-0 1-3 3 2 8
Korver...........18 1-4 0-0 0-1 0 1 3
Sefolosha ......9 1-3 0-0 1-1 0 1 3
O?Neale...........7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0
Totals ...........240 42-97 23-29 12-43 23 27 116
FG%: .433, FT%: .793. 3PM-A: 9-32, .281
(Crowder 5-7, Mitchell 2-8, Sefolosha 1-2, Korver 1-4, Favors 0-2, Rubio 0-4, Ingles 0-5).
BS: 4 (Favors 2, Exum, Rubio). TO: 4 (Rubio
2, Crowder, Ingles). STL: 6 (Gobert 2, Ingles
2, Mitchell, O?Neale).
Raptors Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Leonard ........35 16-22 13-17 0-6 1 2 45
Siakam .........32 9-15 7-7 1-10 1 3 28
Ibaka.............29 3-10 1-4 0-8 3 4 8
Green ...........30 1-4 0-0 2-4 1 4 2
VanVleet.......32 3-5 1-2 0-4 5 1 8
Powell...........22 6-11 0-0 0-3 1 4 14
Wright .........18 4-8 0-1 0-0 0 1 8
Monroe ........18 2-5 3-4 2-6 2 1 7
Anunoby ......17 1-2 0-0 0-2 3 1 2
Miles ..............2 0-0 0-0 0-2 1 0 0
Totals ...........240 45-82 25-35 5-45 18 21 122
FG%: .549, FT%: .714. 3PM-A: 7-20, .350
(Siakam 3-4, Powell 2-4, VanVleet 1-2, Ibaka
1-3, Green 0-2, Wright 0-2, Leonard 0-3). BS:
6 (Monroe 2, Powell 2, Green, Ibaka). TO: 9
(Leonard 2, VanVleet 2, Wright 2, Green,
Monroe, Siakam). STL: 4 (Wright 2,
Anunoby, Ibaka). Tech: coach Raptors (Defensive three second), 3:35 first.
Utah ....................24 29 32 31 ? 116
Toronto ................26 25 44 27 ? 122
A: 19,800.
Blazers 113, Kings 108
Blazers
Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Aminu...........37 4-9 2-2 1-8 2 3 13
Harkless ......33 5-10 0-0 1-9 0 4 11
Nurkic ..........37 5-10 14-16 5-23 7 4 24
Lillard ...........41 8-21 8-8 1-6 6 0 25
McCollum ....38 8-19 0-2 0-1 2 3 16
Curry.............21 6-9 2-2 0-1 1 1 18
Leonard .......15 0-2 0-0 1-3 1 1 0
Collins...........15 2-7 0-0 1-4 1 1 4
Turner...........14 1-1 0-0 0-1 1 0 2
Stauskas .......9 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 0
Totals ...........265 39-90 26-30 10-56 22 19 113
FG%: .433, FT%: .867. 3PM-A: 9-32, .281
(Curry 4-6, Aminu 3-5, Harkless 1-2, Lillard
1-9, Stauskas 0-2, Collins 0-3, McCollum
0-5). BS: 10 (Nurkic 5, Aminu 2, Harkless 2,
McCollum). TO: 18 (Lillard 5, Nurkic 4,
Leonard 2, Aminu, Collins, Curry, Harkless,
McCollum, Stauskas, Turner). STL: 11 (Nurkic 5, Curry 3, Harkless 2, Lillard).
Kings
Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Bjelica...........35 4-12 5-7 5-16 2 6 14
Shumpert ....24 4-11 0-0 0-1 3 1 9
Cauley-Stein.32 2-14 1-2 5-11 3 1 5
Fox................37 6-19 1-1 0-2 2 4 13
Hield ............39 11-23 0-0 2-5 4 4 27
Bogdanovic ...35 7-19 2-2 0-5 5 3 19
Jackson.........23 2-6 0-0 1-3 2 2 5
Ferrell ..........14 4-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 8
Giles III ........13 3-5 0-0 1-7 0 0 6
Koufos ...........7 1-2 0-0 0-3 1 2 2
Totals ...........265 44-115 9-12 14-53 24 23 108
FG%: .383, FT%: .750. 3PM-A: 11-33, .333
(Hield 5-8, Bogdanovic 3-11, Jackson 1-4,
Shumpert 1-4, Bjelica 1-5, Fox 0-1). BS: 4
(Bjelica, Giles III, Hield, Shumpert). TO: 13
(Bogdanovic 4, Bjelica 2, Fox 2, Hield 2, Giles
III, Jackson, Koufos). STL: 13 (Bogdanovic 3,
Shumpert 3, Fox 2, Jackson 2, Cauley-Stein,
Ferrell, Giles III).
Portland ......26 38 19 20 10 ? 113
Sacramento 25 25 27 26 5 ? 108
A: 17,583.
NBA LEADERS
Tuesday?s games not included
SCORING
GP FG FT PTS
Harden, HOU .........33 318 310 1098
Curry, GOL .............27 256 130 775
Durant, GOL ..........38 373 269 1084
Davis, NOR ............34 341 228 942
James, LAL.............34 340 180 928
Lillard, POR ...........37 327 221 991
Leonard, TOR..........29 270 182 774
Antetokounmpo, MIL .33 329 209 879
Embiid, PHL............35 309 270 927
George, OKC ..........35 317 174 925
Walker, CHA ...........36 320 168 930
Booker, PHX ..........28 251 135 703
Griffin, DET ...........33 273 193 814
Beal, WAS .............37 327 134 874
LaVine, CHI.............31 256 165 730
Irving, BOS ............34 298 99 786
DeRozan, SAN ........38 331 200 869
Towns, MIN ............37 288 161 803
McCollum, POR .....36 300 94 764
Harris, LAC ............36 283 119 756
AVG
33.3
28.7
28.5
27.7
27.3
26.8
26.7
26.6
26.5
26.4
25.8
25.1
24.7
23.6
23.5
23.1
22.9
21.7
21.2
21.0
REBOUNDS
G OFF DEF TOT
Drummond, DET ....34 191 328 519
Jordan, DAL............36 110 400 510
Embiid, PHL............35 81 384 465
Whiteside, MIA ......30 117 268 385
Antetokounmpo, MIL .33 83 338 421
Davis, NOR .............34 109 319 428
Capela, HOU ..........36 177 273 450
Gobert, UTA ...........37 135 327 462
Towns, MIN ............37 121 328 449
Vucevic, ORL .........35 91 324 415
ASSISTS
G AST
Westbrook, OKC .................28 283
Lowry, TOR.........................30 294
Wall, WAS..........................32 279
Holiday, NOR ......................38 329
Harden, HOU .....................33 276
Paul, HOU...........................26 208
Simmons, PHL ..................36 285
Fox, SAC ............................36 277
Jokic, DEN .........................34 252
Young, ATL ........................36 266
AVG
15.3
14.2
13.3
12.8
12.8
12.6
12.5
12.5
12.1
11.9
AVG
10.1
9.8
8.7
8.7
8.4
8.0
7.9
7.7
7.4
7.4
NHL STANDINGS
NHL SCHEDULE
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT
Tampa Bay ....40 31 7 2
Toronto ..........39 26 11 2
Boston ...........40 22 14 4
Buffalo ..........40 21 13 6
Montreal .......40 21 14 5
Florida ..........38 17 15 6
Detroit ...........41 15 19 7
Ottawa .........40 15 21 4
Pts
64
54
48
48
47
40
37
34
GF
168
144
114
115
128
124
115
126
GA
117
109
105
115
128
134
140
159
Metropolitan Division
GP W L OT Pts
Washington ..38 24 11 3 51
Columbus .....39 23 13 3 49
Pittsburgh ....39 21 12 6 48
Islanders........38 21 13 4 46
Rangers .........38 17 14 7 41
Carolina ........38 16 17 5 37
New Jersey ..38 15 16 7 37
Philadelphia ...39 15 19 5 35
GF
138
129
133
114
111
94
113
111
GA
112
119
115
102
123
109
127
140
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
GP
Winnipeg .......39
Nashville ......41
Colorado .......40
Dallas ...........40
Minnesota .....38
Chicago ..........42
St. Louis .......37
W
25
24
19
20
18
15
15
L OT Pts GF GA
12 2 52 134 111
15 2 50 124 104
13 8 46 134 123
16 4 44 108 106
17 3 39 110 108
21 6 36 121 153
18 4 34 102 123
Pacific Division
GP W L OT
Calgary .........40 24 12 4
Vegas ...........43 24 15 4
San Jose ........41 21 13 7
Anaheim........41 19 15 7
Vancouver .....42 19 19 4
Edmonton ......39 18 18 3
Arizona ..........39 17 20 2
Los Angeles ..41 16 22 3
Pts
52
52
49
45
42
39
36
35
GF
141
130
140
102
124
111
100
92
GA
112
115
129
120
133
126
112
121
BETTING LINE
PREGAME.COM LINE
HOME TEAMS IN CAPS
NFL
Saturday
Favorite
Line O/U
Underdog
HOUSTON
2 471/2
Indianapolis
DALLAS
1 431/2
Seattle
Sunday
Favorite
Line O/U
Underdog
BALTIMORE
21/2 411/2
LA Chargers
CHICAGO
6 41
Philadelphia
NBA
Favorite
Line O/U
Underdog
Miami
6
206 CLEVELAND
WASHINGTON
5
229
Atlanta
CHARLOTTE
21/2
223
Dallas
BROOKLYN
1 2301/2 New Orleans
BOSTON
OFF OFF
Minnesota
MEMPHIS
6
199
Detroit
CHICAGO
OFF OFF
Orlando
PHOENIX
OFF OFF Philadelphia
Oklahoma City 51/2
230
LA LAKERS
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Favorite
Line Underdog
Line
Calgary
-169 DETROIT
+159
Pittsburgh
-148 RANGERS
+138
Vancouver
-130 OTTAWA
+120
DALLAS
OFF New Jersey
OFF
ARIZONA
-105 Edmonton
-105
San Jose
-107 COLORADO
-103
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Favorite
Line
Underdog
CINCINNATI
201/2
Tulane
Nebraska
2
MARYLAND
XAVIER
3
Seton Hall
NORTH CAROLINA
171/2
Harvard
WAKE FOREST
81/2
Cornell
Texas Tech
41/2 WEST VIRGINIA
BUTLER
10
Georgetown
UCF
61/2
Temple
SMU
15
East Carolina
HOUSTON
11
Tulsa
1
S. ILLINOIS
8 /2
Missouri St
UCONN
3 SOUTH FLORIDA
VILLANOVA
121/2
Depaul
MICHIGAN ST
131/2
Northwestern
Iowa St
5 OKLAHOMA ST
KANSAS ST
3
Texas
KANSAS
10
Oklahoma
New Mexico
1
AIR FORCE
Boise St
3
WYOMING
Fresno St
15
SAN JOSE ST
UNLV
9
Colorado St
NEVADA
10
Utah St
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
National Championship Game
Monday ? At Santa Clara, Cal.
Favorite
Line O/U
Underdog
Alabama
6 591/2
Clemson
Bruins 4, Blackhawks 2
Monday
Islanders 3 .....................................Buffalo 1
Rangers 2 ...................................St. Louis 1
Nashville 6 ..............................Washington 3
New Jersey 4 .............................Vancouver 0
Carolina 3 ................................Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 3 ...............................Minnesota 2
Columbus 6 ....................................Ottawa 3
Florida 4 ..................SO ..................Detroit 3
Tampa Bay 2 .............OT ..............Anaheim 1
Los Angeles 3 ............OT ............Colorado 2
Montreal 3 .................OT..................Dallas 2
Winnipeg 4 .................................Edmonton 3
Calgary 8 ......................................San Jose 5
Tuesday
Boston 4 .........................................Chicago 2
Nashville 4 ..............................Philadelphia 0
Vegas 2 ...................................Los Angeles 0
Wednesday
Pittsburgh at Rangers, 7 p.m.
Calgary at Detroit, 7 p.m.
Vancouver at Ottawa, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Arizona, 9:30 p.m.
San Jose at Colorado, 9:30 p.m.
Thursday
Chicago vs. Islanders at NYCB?s Nassau Coliseum, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Toronto, 2 p.m.
Carolina at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Florida at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Calgary at Boston, 7 p.m.
Vancouver at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Friday
Rangers at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Winnipeg at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.
Nashville at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Columbus at Carolina, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Dallas, 8 p.m.
New Jersey at Arizona, 9 p.m.
Vegas at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
Boston ..............................1 1 2 ? 4
Chicago .............................1 1 0 ? 2
SCORING
1st period: 1, Chicago, Perlini 5 (Sikura,
Kampf), 8:30. 2, Boston, Pastrnak 24 (Bergeron), 12:38 (pp).
2nd period: 3, Chicago, Kahun 5 (Gustafsson,
Toews), 11:24. 4, Boston, Bergeron 13 (Pastrnak, Krug), 18:48 (pp).
3rd period: 5, Boston, Kuraly 4 (Wagner,
Grzelcyk), 10:20. 6, Boston, Marchand 13
(Krejci), 19:27.
Shots on goal: Boston 14-10-12?36.
Chicago 12-16-10?38. Power plays: Boston
2 of 5; Chicago 0 of 4. Goalies: Boston, Rask
10-8-2 (38 shots-36 saves). Chicago, Ward
6-7-4 (35-32). A: 76,126.
Predators 4, Flyers 0
Philadelphia .......................0 0 0 ? 0
Nashville ...........................0 2 2 ? 4
SCORING
1st period: None.
2nd period: 1, Nashville, Smith 11 (Fiala),
2:03. 2, Nashville, Arvidsson 10 (Hartman, Johansen), 12:03.
3rd period: 3, Nashville, Arvidsson 11 (Ellis),
6:15. 4, Nashville, Grimaldi 3 (Rinaldo),
11:37.
Shots on goal: Philadelphia 13-12-7?32.
Nashville 6-16-8?30. Power plays: Philadelphia 0 of 2; Nashville 0 of 2. Goalies: Philadelphia, Neuvirth 1-3-1 (30 shots-26 saves).
Nashville, Saros 9-5-1 (32-32). A: 17,481.
Golden Knights 2, Kings 0
Los Angeles ......................0 0 0 ? 0
Vegas .................................0 0 2 ? 2
SCORING
1st period: None.
2nd period: None.
3rd period: 1, Vegas, Pirri 6 (Eakin, Schmidt),
3:43 (pp). 2, Vegas, Tuch 14 (Pirri, Engelland), 19:27.
Shots on goal: Los Angeles 8-4-5?17. Vegas
9-18-21?48. Power plays: Los Angeles 0 of
2; Vegas 0 of 3. Goalies: Los Angeles, Campbell 5-8-0 (47 shots-46 saves). Vegas, Fleury
23-10-4 (17-17). A: 18,319.
COLLEGES
NATIONAL RESULTS
MEN?S BASKETBALL
East
St. John?s 89.............................Marquette 69
South
Florida St. 87 ............................Winthrop 76
Lincoln Memorial 109 ....North Greenville 59
Radford 80 .................................Mars Hill 51
Virginia Tech 81 ....................Notre Dame 66
West
San Diego St. 65 .................CS Northridge 60
WOMEN?S BASKETBALL
East
George Washington 51 ..............Memphis 38
WOMEN
BASKETBALL SUMMARY
St. John?s 89, Marquette 69
MARQUETTE (11-3)
John 0-3 3-4 3, J.Hauser 6-9 2-2 15, Howard
2-15 2-2 8, Anim 3-5 0-2 6, S.Hauser 3-8 2-2
10, Cain 1-2 0-0 2, Bailey 1-3 0-0 2, Morrow
5-8 2-6 12, Gardiner 0-0 0-0 0, Chartouny 5-9
0-0 11, Jaffee 0-0 0-0 0, Lelito 0-0 0-0 0,
Marotta 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-62 11-18 69.
ST. JOHN?S (13-1)
Clark 7-10 4-4 22, Ponds 8-15 6-10 26, Heron
4-7 6-6 16, Simon 5-11 1-2 12, Figueroa 5-10
1-2 11, Earlington 0-0 0-0 0, Roberts 0-0 0-0 0,
Keita 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 1-2 0-0 2, Trimble 0-1
0-0 0, Dixon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-56 18-24 89.
Halftime ? St. John?s 39-31. 3-Point Goals
? Marquette 6-21 (S.Hauser 2-5, Howard 2-8,
J.Hauser 1-1, Chartouny 1-4, Cain 0-1, Bailey
0-2), St. John?s 11-24 (Clark 4-6, Ponds 4-7,
Heron 2-4, Simon 1-2, Williams 0-1, Trimble
0-1, Figueroa 0-3). Fouled Out ? None. Rebounds ? Marquette 35 (S.Hauser 7), St.
John?s 30 (Heron 8). Assists ? Marquette 13
(S.Hauser 4), St. John?s 13 (Ponds 5). Total
Fouls ? Marquette 22, St. John?s 16. Technicals ? John, Ponds. A ? 5,602.
BASKETBALL POLLS
With first-place votes in parentheses,
records through Sunday, total points and last
week?s ranking.
THE TOP TWENTY FIVE
By The Associated Press
MEN
1. Duke (35) ......................11-1
2. Michigan (9) ..................13-0
3. Tennessee (12) .............11-1
4. Virginia (4).....................11-0
5. Kansas (4) ....................11-1
6. Nevada ..........................13-0
7. Gonzaga ........................12-2
8. Michigan St....................11-2
9. Florida St. .....................11-1
1530
1478
1469
1428
1378
1317
1200
1146
1063
10. Virginia Tech ...............11-1
11. Texas Tech ...................11-1
12. Auburn ........................11-2
13. Kentucky ......................10-2
14. Ohio St. ........................12-1
15. North Carolina ...............9-3
16. Marquette ....................11-2
17. Mississippi St. .............12-1
18. N.C. State ....................12-1
19. Houston ......................13-0
20. Buffalo ........................12-1
21. Indiana ........................11-2
22. Wisconsin ...................10-3
23. Oklahoma.....................11-1
24. Nebraska ......................11-2
25. Iowa ............................11-2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1. UConn (31).....................11-0
2. Notre Dame ..................12-1
3. Louisville ........................12-0
4. Maryland........................12-0
5. Oregon ..........................11-1
6. Stanford.........................10-1
7. Mississippi St. ...............12-1
8. Baylor ..............................8-1
9. N.C. State ......................13-0
10. Tennessee ....................11-1
11. Oregon St. ....................10-2
12. Minnesota....................12-0
13. Texas............................10-2
14. Syracuse.......................11-2
15. Michigan St. .................11-1
16. Kentucky ......................13-1
17. Gonzaga ......................12-1
18. California........................9-2
19. Iowa ..............................9-3
20. Marquette ....................10-3
21. Texas A&M ..................11-2
22. Arizona St. .....................9-3
23. South Carolina ..............8-4
24. DePaul............................9-4
25. Iowa St.........................10-2
934 10
893 11
820 12
799 16
769 13
744 14
595 18
572 19
424 20
368 22
353 21
330 23
250 15
244 25
204 NR
182 24
775
1
741
2
714
3
645
4
641
5
622
6
586
8
584
7
527
9
499 10
452 11
427 12
402 13
369 15
304 21
295 18
234 20
201 14
185 16
183 22
173 23
97 17
76 25
72 19
66 NR
FOOTBALL
BOWL SCHEDULE
TUESDAY
Outback Bowl ? At Tampa, Fla.
Iowa 27 .........................Mississippi State 22
Citrus Bowl ? At Orlando, Fla.
Kentucky 27 ............................Penn State 24
Fiesta Bowl ? At Glendale, Ariz.
LSU 40 ...............................................UCF 32
Rose Bowl ? At Pasadena, Calif.
Ohio State 28 .......................Washington 23
Sugar Bowl ? At New Orleans
Texas 28........................................Georgia 21
MONDAY, JAN. 7
College Football Championship
At Santa Clara, Calif.
Clemson (14-0) vs. Alabama (14-0), 8 p.m.
SPORTS
TENNIS
Fed beats Serena in mixed
Roger Federer won the bragging rights over fellow tennis
great Serena Williams as they
faced each other on court for
the first time Tuesday, with Federer spearheading Switzerland?s 4-2, 4-3 (3) victory over
the United States in a mixed
doubles decider at the Hopman
Cup in Perth, Australia.
?I was nervous returning
[Williams? serve]. People talk
about her serve so much and I
see why it is such a wonderful
serve because you just can?t
read it,? Federer said. ?It was
great fun. You see how determined and focused she is, and I
love that about her.?
Federer and playing partner
Belinda
Bencic
overcame
Williams and Frances Tiafoe.
Federer and Williams shared a
good-natured interview.
?It was so fun. This is super
cool that we get to do it at such
a pinnacle point of our careers,? Williams said.
SOCCER
Kane propels Spurs
Harry Kane?s third-minute
goal set Tottenham on its way to
a 3-0 win at Cardiff on Tuesday,
ensuring the prolific England
striker has scored against all 28
teams he has faced in the Premier League. Christian Eriksen
and Son Heung-min also netted
first-half goals as Tottenham
moved back into second place, a
point above Manchester City
and six behind Liverpool. City
and Liverpool play each other
Thursday. Arsenal bounced back
from its mauling by Liverpool by
easing past Fulham, 4-1.
Bettman stays clear
Thursday
andrew.gross@newsday.com
Blackhawks
at Islanders
at Nassau Coliseum
TV: NBCSN, 7:30 p.m.
Radio: WRHU (88.7),
WRCN (103.9)
The singular focus for Barry
Trotz is Thursday night?s game
against the Blackhawks at
NYCB Live?s Nassau Coliseum. The Islanders coach?s resume is certainly in Hall of
Fame company but that?s not
something the unassuming
Trotz has ever considered
?Me?? Trotz told Newsday.
?Oh, no. No. No. I just keep trying to win a game. That?s why
it feels awkward a lot of times
when you?re passing some of
these legendary guys. I?ve had
longevity in the game but, no. I
just think about the day to day
stuff. I just grind it out.?
The Islanders did not practice on Tuesday, a day after
Trotz, 56, in his 20th season as
an NHL coach and first with
the Islanders, earned his 783rd
victory with a 3-1 win at Buffalo, moving him into sole possession of fourth place on the
league?s all-time list. That?s
one ahead of Islanders? Hall of
Famer Al Arbour.
Scotty Bowman, the all-time
wins leader with 1,244 is a Hall
of Famer. No. 2 Joel Quen-
has allowed the fewest goals in
the league (102). The Islanders
(21-13-4) have won seven of
eight by an aggregate 28-14
They are a point out of the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference.
?I started coaching because I
always loved the game but I
wasn?t good enough as a player,?
Trotz said. ?I?ve enjoyed the
highs. No one enjoys the lows.
But the thing I like about the
game is you have an opportunity. If it?s not going good, you
have an opportunity to make it
better. I like the adrenaline and
then, after the games, you get an
adrenaline crash.
?I?ve been very fortunate,?
Trotz added. ?I?ve had people
believe in what I bring to the
table. I?ve worked for good organizations, all three of them.
I?ve worked for good people as
general managers. I just try to
be myself as much as possible.
I don?t deviate a whole lot. I
am who I am. If you like me,
you like me. If you don?t, sorry.
I just enjoy what I do and it
never seems like a job.?
BY ANDREW GROSS
With 783 wins, Barry Trotz has passed Isles legend Al Arbour.
neville (890) and No. 3 Ken
Hitchcock (832) seem Hall of
Fame bound as well.
Trotz strengthened his candidacy for the builders? category
by leading the Capitals to the
Stanley Cup in June. His work
guiding the Predators from
their expansion infancy ? helping instruct the Nashville fans
on the rules of the game ? into
one of the NHL?s stronger franchises can?t be overlooked.
He?s less than half a season
into his Islanders? tenure and already the team, which allowed
an NHL-worst 293 goals last season, while missing the playoffs
the past two seasons and winning only one series since 1993,
Lundqvist happy to be fighting for playoff spot
BY COLIN STEPHENSON
colin.stephenson@newsday.com
There are certainly some
fans out there who believe the
Rangers ought not to be trying
so hard to win every night. Losing regularly, and improving
the team?s chances of winning
this summer?s draft lottery,
makes the most sense to them.
But not to Henrik Lundqvist.
Lundqvist seemed to be the
only happy guy in the Rangers
locker room Monday night
after they closed out 2018 with
a gritty 2-1 victory over the St.
Louis Blues and swept their
two-game Midwest trip to
close the calendar year with a
17-14-7 record.
Most of Lundqvist?s teammates seemed a little sheepish
about the way the team played,
but all Lundqvist cared about
Wednesday
Penguins
at Rangers
TV: NBCSN, 7 p.m.
Radio: ESPN (98.7)
was getting that win and staying
in the hunt for a playoff spot this
season. The Rangers are six
points out of a playoff spot. ?It?s
important in the next two or
three weeks we stay focused
and do whatever we can to stay
in the race,?? Lundqvist said.
Lundqvist certainly did what
he could against St. Louis, making 39 saves as the Rangers
were outshot 40-23. Coach
David Quinn?s concern was
that not enough of Lundqvist?s
teammates did all they could
do. The coach complained that
his team didn?t seem to want to
skate, close down on people or
hit anybody.
Quinn pointed to a sequence where the Rangers
were hemmed into their own
zone for an extended shift ?
more than two minutes ? and
two players ended up breaking
their sticks. Ryan Strome, who
had broken his stick, picked up
the other one not realizing it
was broken and was penalized
for playing with it.
The Rangers killed the
penalty, but Quinn was annoyed
with the entire sequence.
?I don?t know if [Strome]
knew the stick was broken or
not, but again, that play was a
microcosm of why we had the
last 35 minutes the way we
did,?? Quinn said.
\ What future for Hayes?
With the flip of the calendar,
the Rangers can now begin negotiating with the representative for Kevin Hayes on a contract extension. Hayes, 26, was a
restricted free agent last summer and signed a one-year,
$5.175-million deal, meaning the
team could not talk with him
about an extension until Jan. 1.
Hayes, whose career-long
point scoring streak ended
Monday at nine games, is the
Rangers?
second-leading
scorer with 33 points, on 10
goals and 23 assists. He has
been, arguably, the Rangers?
best forward this season.
But as the Rangers navigate
their rebuilding process, it
isn?t clear whether GM Jeff
Gorton would sign Hayes to a
long term deal or trade him before the Feb. 25 deadline to acquire more young players
and/or draft picks.
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
NHL commissioner Gary
Bettman said he hasn?t reached
out to the Dallas Stars about
CEO Jim Lites? expletive-laced
criticism of high-priced forwards Jamie Benn and Tyler
Seguin. Lites ripped Benn and
Seguin on Friday, telling reporters their play has been ?terrible.? The NHL players? union
called the comments ?reckless
and insulting,? but Bettman
sounded as if he wanted to stay
out of the situation. ?We?re never
going to condone profanity,?
Bettman said. ?As a general rule,
I don?t interfere in . . . internal
team dynamics.?
? AP
Just isn?t time
for Isles coach to
think about HOF
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NHL
Trotz keeps grinding
JIM MCISAAC
IN BRIEF
A31
SPORTS
Boston earns
a Classic win
WINTER CLASSIC
BRUINS
4
:
2
BLACKHAWKS
after World War I.
Rask also had Notre Dame?s
iconic ?Play Like A Champion
Today? sign painted on the
back of his helmet. ?I think
these are the experiences that
once you are done with the
hockey career you can look
back and like be happy that you
were a part of and kind of cherish those moments,? Rask said.
Bergeron, Sean Kuraly and
Brad Marchand also scored as
Boston won for the second
time in three appearances in
the NHL?s annual outdoor
game on New Year?s Day.
The game was tied at 2
when Boston (22-14-4) caught
a break in the third period ?
a little luck at the home of the
Fighting Irish. Matt Grzelcyk?s
big slap shot went off teammate Chris Wagner in front,
but Kuraly beat Blackhawks
defenseman Gustav Forsling
to the rebound and backhanded the puck past Cam
Ward at 10:20.
Backed by most of the sellout
crowd of 76,126 in perfect conditions for outdoor hockey ? the
game-time temperature was
35.5 degrees, and a gray, overcast sky took the sun out of the
equation ? Chicago pushed
hard for the tying score in the
closing minutes, but came up
empty.
Jonathan Toews sent a shot
off the post after the Blackhawks pulled Ward for an extra
attacker with about 1:30 left.
Marchand then added an
empty-netter for his 13th of the
season.
?We had a little lull there in
the third and ended up going
down,? Blackhawks coach
Jeremy Colliton said. ?It?s hard
when we were chasing them
from then on. Disappointing
that we did enough and probably deserved more.? Chicago
(15-21-6) had won five of six,
but it remained winless in an
NHL-high fourth appearance in
the Winter Classic.
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Dwayne Haskins looks to make a pass in the first half against
Washington in Rose Bowl. He threw for 3 TDs in first half.
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HASKINS? 3 TDS LEAD
OSU IN MEYER?S FINALE
Dwayne Haskins passed for
251 yards and three touchdowns, and Urban Meyer finished his coaching career at
Ohio State with a 28-23 victory after the Buckeyes held
off Washington?s thrilling
fourth-quarter comeback in
the 105th Rose Bowl on Tuesday in Pasadena, California.
Parris Campbell, Johnnie
Dixon and Rashod Berry
caught TD passes in the first
half for the sixth-ranked Buckeyes (13-1), who took a
25-point lead into the fourth.
But Myles Gaskin threw a
TD pass and rushed for two
more scores for the No. 9
Huskies (10-4), scoring from 2
yards with 42 seconds left.
The Buckeyes intercepted
Jake Browning?s pass on the
two-point conversion attempt
and then recovered the
Huskies? onside kick.
Sugar Bowl
Boston?s Sean Kuraly scored on this play, beating
defender Gustav Forsling and goalie Cam Ward.
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. ? David
Pastrnak delivered once again.
Patrice Bergeron showed off
his all-around game, and
Tuukka Rask made a couple of
big stops.
Oh, and those suits, too. It
was a stylish start to the new
year for the Boston Bruins.
Pastrnak had a goal and an assist, Rask made 36 saves and
the Bruins beat the Chicago
Blackhawks, 4-2, on Tuesday in
the Winter Classic at Notre
Dame.
?You want to win those
games when you?re on the big
stage like that,? Bergeron said.
?I know it?s a regular-season
game, but still you know the
meaning?s different when
you?re playing in front of
76,000 people and on national
TV. So we know what?s at stake
with those games and we want
to make the most of it.?
They certainly dressed for
the occasion. Bergeron and
company wore tailored suits,
vests and hats to the game in a
nod to their surroundings and
?Peaky Blinders,? a TV show
about a gang in England right
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Sam Ehlinger ran for three
scores, and the defense largely
held No. 5 Georgia?s offense in
check, as the No. 15 Longhorns
earned their first 10-win season
since 2009 with a 28-21 victory
in New Orleans.
Ehlinger ran for a 2-yard
TD in the first quarter, a
9-yard score in the second,
and a 1-yard TD in the fourth.
The 6-3, 230-pound sophomore finished with 64 yards
rushing on 21 carries and also
threw for 169 yards.
Citrus Bowl
Winning 10 games, beating
Monday
CFP
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CHAMPIONSHIP
Alabama vs. Clemson
at Santa Clara, Calif.
TV: ESPN, 8 p.m.
Penn State on New Year?s
Day, and finishing in the Top
20 is no small deal for the Kentucky Wildcats.
So when Mark Stoops took a
seat on the podium flanked by
linebacker Josh Allen and running back Benny Snell Jr. after a
27-24 victory in Orlando.
Snell ran for 144 yards and
two TDs to become the career
rushing leader for the 14thranked Wildcats (10-3).
No. 12 Penn State is 9-4.
Fiesta Bowl
Joe Burrow shook off a big
early hit to throw for 394
yards and four touchdowns,
helping No. 11 LSU (10-3) end
No. 8 UCF?s 25-game winning
streak with a 40-32 victory in
Glendale, Arizona.
The Knights are 12-1.
Outback Bowl
Safety Jake Gervase?s interception in the end zone
helped preserve a late lead,
and a ball-hawking defense
compensated for a sputtering
offense as Iowa (9-4) beat No.
18 Mississippi State, 27-22, in
Tampa. Mississippi State (8-5)
lost to a team outside the top
15 for the first time.
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Will RB stay grounded?
Barkley will be on
his own as Giants
enter offseason
BY TOM ROCK
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Throughout his brief NFL career, Saquon Barkley has been a
Giant. Not just in terms of playing for the team, but being with
the team. They drafted him in
April and have had him within
the parameters of their organization ever since, except for a few
weekends away and a month of
summer vacation before training
camp. Even then, there was a
structure to the relationship between player and team.
Now the Giants will send their
star out into the big bad world.
He won?t be reporting to work at
the team facility and checking in
with his coaches each day. He
won?t be having lunch in the cafeteria, where anyone in the organization who wants to keep tabs on
him can sidle up and chitchat.
That?s a scary prospect.
Not that Barkley has given
any indication that he?ll be affected by such freedoms. His
maturity has been remarkable.
But for the next 15 weeks, until
the team begins its offseason
training program in April,
Barkley will have his first opportunity to enjoy the spoils of
being Saquon. And it wouldn?t
be crazy to think that it will
change him, at least subtly.
At least Barkley is aware of
this. Asked Sunday about the
biggest adjustment he had to
ERROL ANDERSON
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Saquon Barkley?s ability, as well as his maturity, were impressive during outstanding rookie season.
make during his rookie season,
he spoke about the difficulty of
keeping the off-the-field things
off his plate.
?I think the biggest challenge
that I think I did a good job of
is blocking that noise out and
just staying true to who I am,?
he said. ?Not letting the media
and all of the national attention
that comes with it change you,
and that?s a hard thing.?
He pointed to Pat Shurmur
suggesting that he start focusing
on gaining short yards instead of
trying to hit a home run on each
carry. The ?dirty? 4- and 5-yard
gains, as Shurmur called them.
?Obviously, for your coach to
come out and say something
like that, listen to him and see
how to get better,? he said.
But Barkley won?t have that
voice in his ear now. At least
not as regularly as it has been.
For the past eight months,
Barkley has been the Giants?
rookie running back. The team
set that tone early on when
Shurmur welcomed him after
the draft, gave him his helmet,
showed him his locker and told
him to get to work. For the next
four months, he?ll be a 22-yearold multimillionaire with a
megawatt smile, a burgeoning
brand, and a lot of folks pulling
him in a lot of directions. Not
all of those directions will be
beneficial to the Giants.
Barkley does take with him
the echoes of his coach and teammates. He spoke about what he?s
picked up from Eli Manning,
who navigated a similar landscape without much turbulence
for the past decade and a half.
?He taught me so much,?
Barkley said. ?One, he taught
me how to handle you guys [in
the media] first and foremost.
But just the way it doesn?t matter, up, down, win, loss, great
game, bad game, he?s not going
to change.?
So far, Barkley hasn?t
changed. He hasn?t really had a
chance to; he?s been too busy
playing football.
?With the help of my family
and the people that I surround
myself with, my teammates and
the people in the building, I
think that they did a good job
of helping me stay grounded,?
he said.
Now football season is over.
It will be up to Barkley to stay
grounded.
Shurmur said he wants
Barkley to return in the spring
?as a better version of his former
self.? Until he knows he will, he
and the Giants will just have to
keep their fingers crossed.
Did Giants wait too long to change O-line?
BY TOM ROCK
tom.rock@newsday.com
When the Giants talk about
their improvements in the second half of the season, the offensive line inevitably comes
into the discussion. That was
the group that, after a shaky
start, came together both in
terms of blocking for Saquon
Barkley and protecting Eli Manning.
?I think what we want to be
offensively was better showcased from the bye week on,?
coach Pat Shurmur said. ?Part
of that was we solidified the offensive line, which allowed Eli
to do more of what Eli can do
better, and helped our runner.?
So why didn?t they do it
sooner?
The Giants began the season
with Ereck Flowers and Patrick
Omameh on the right side of
the line, and by the end of the
season not only had both been
benched but both were cut.
Flowers started two games,
both losses; Omameh started
six, five of them losses. Consid-
ering how much better the offense functioned without them,
might an earlier trigger have salvaged the season?
?Of course hindsight is 20/20
and everyone will say, ?Hey, if
we had just done that earlier
. . .? said guard John Greco, who
initially replaced Omameh as
starter at right guard and
played backup center most of
the season. ?But I think the way
the year was played, that was
really the only way you could
have done it.?
Nate Solder and Will Hernan-
dez seem locked in on the left
side. Spencer Pulley and Jon
Halapio, should he be healthy
enough after a nasty ankle fracture, could compete for the
starting center job in training
camp. The Giants should want
to bring back free-agent Jamon
Brown at right guard. They
probably could upgrade at right
tackle, where Chad Wheeler
started the final 14 games, but
Wheeler showed he can be a
productive player and possibly
a valuable and experienced
backup in 2019.
?Obviously, you hope it?s the
same guys,? said Greco, whose
own future is in the air as he
faces free agency and, at age 33,
a conversation with his family
about possible retirement. ?I?m
not naive, they?re going to add
pieces and make it better where
they can, and that?s fine. But I
do think the guys who are here
now, we can win with them.?
They proved that during the
past two months. Had they
been given four, this season
might have had a different outcome.
FOOTBALL
Brown
reportedly
disciplined
The Detroit Lions are not renewing offensive coordinator
Jim Bob Cooter?s contract after
the team sputtered to a 6-10 season while quarterback Matthew
Stafford struggled.
The Lions announced their
decision Tuesday, two days
after finishing 6-10 in coach
Matt Patricia?s first season.
Only two teams in the NFC
scored fewer points than Detroit?s 324.
? AP
BY AL IANNAZZONE
al.iannazzone@newsday.com
Sam Darnold won?t pick the
next Jets coach, but he will be
involved in the search.
The Jets believe Darnold?s
presence is a big reason their vacancy is among the most attractive in the NFL. It?s also a reason
the Jets are expected to hire a
coach with an offensive background to replace Todd Bowles,
whose strength was defense.
?I would like the potential
head coaches that come in
here to spend a little time with
him just so they get a feel for
Sam,? general manager Mike
Maccagnan said. ?One of the attractive parts of our job is that
we have good young players.?
NFL Network reported that
former Packers coach Mike
McCarthy would interview for
the Jets job.
The Jets view Darnold as
someone who can lead them
deep into the playoffs for many
years if he?s groomed properly
and has talent around him. CEO
Christopher Johnson said
Darnold is a main factor in the
Jets being ?a good landing spot,
a really good spot? for a coach.
?I think we?ve got some good
pieces,? Johnson said. ?We got
two great young players, especially Sam. We haven?t had what
The Jets hope to hire an offensive-minded coach to tutor Sam Darnold.
we think is a franchise quarterback in a good long time.
?We have almost $100 million for free-agency spending
to sign our players and get
some new ones. We have six
picks in the upcoming draft, including a couple of thirdrounders. We got a great building here and we got the New
York market, which some people would be attracted to.?
Finding the right coach is the
first step in one of the most crucial offseasons in Jets history.
Putting the right players around
Darnold, and improving the defense, is up to Maccagnan.
Safety Jamal Adams, the
other talented young player
Johnson referenced, will help recruit free agents, including
Le?Veon Bell. But people inside
the Jets? facility believe Darnold
also will attract players even if
he never reaches out to one.
?I think so,? quarterback
Josh McCown said. ?Sam?s
presence is a huge deal because it?s a quarterback-driven
league, and to have a young
guy who?s ascending and growing I think is a positive thing.?
Darnold had an up-and-down
season, typical for a rookie. He
acknowledged he wasn?t comfortable with the offense early
on, but then he grew with it. In
the first nine games, he threw 11
touchdown passes and 14 interceptions. After a three-game absence, he passed for six TDs
and one interception despite
playing with a makeshift line
and without many skill players.
Darnold said he was upset
that Bowles got fired, but he is
ready to embrace change and
try to continue improving into
a playoff quarterback, and perhaps a championship one.
?Anytime you make a coaching change and new coaches
come in on the offensive side of
the ball, there?s going to be a
learning process,? Darnold said.
?I?m really confident in the offense that?s going to be here in
the future. I?m going to do my
best to produce a lot of points
and produce a lot of wins.?
He also hopes he and the new
coach have so much success
that he won?t go through another coaching change.
?Hopefully, throughout my
career, it never happens again,?
Darnold said. ?You always want
someone to come in here and
provide stability. Hopefully, we
can win a lot of games together.
That?s always the goal.?
Report: Jets to interview McCarthy
BY AL IANNAZZONE
al.iannazzone@newsday.com
The Jets are planning to interview former Packers coach
Mike McCarthy, according to
an NFL Network report. He is
one of the more coveted
coaches available and was expected to be high on the Jets?
list to replace Todd Bowles,
who was fired Sunday night.
McCarthy, 55, went 125-77-2
in 12 seasons-plus with the
Packers, reaching the playoffs
nine times and winning the
Super Bowl after the 2010 season. He was fired after the
Packers fell to 4-7-1 with a loss
to the lowly Cardinals.
It would be the first known
interview for McCarthy, and
the NFL Network said he is ?intrigued? by the Jets. He would
make a lot of sense for them.
They are expected to hire
someone with an offensive
background, and CEO Christopher Johnson said if the candidate had developed a quarterback, it would be ?a big plus.?
McCarthy spent 10 years as a
quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator in the NFL before taking over as Green Bay?s
head coach in 2006. He worked
closely with Brett Favre late in
his career and with Aaron
Rodgers at the start of his. McCarthy helped Rodgers become
one of the best quarterbacks in
the NFL, but they reportedly
had friction in recent seasons
that played a part in the firing.
The next coach won?t have
control of the football operations. Mike Maccagnan is staying on as general manager.
The Jets have asked permission to interview Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy;
Cowboys passing game coordinator and defensive backs
coach Kris Richard and Bucs offensive coordinator Todd
Monken. They?re also expected
to interview former Colts and
Lions coach Jim Caldwell.
Others who could emerge are
recently fired Dolphins coach
Adam Gase; Rams quarterbacks
coach Zac Taylor; Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur;
Saints offensive coordinator
Pete Carmichael and tight ends
coach Dan Campbell, and
Vikings offensive coordinator
Kevin Stefanski. USC offensive
coordinator Kliff Kingsbury
also is expected to speak with
the Jets, Yahoo Sports reported.
Maccagnan said none of the
coaches left from Bowles? staff
would interview for the job.
He said the next coach would
be able to pick his own staff.
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\ Lions fire Cooter
Johnson thinks
QB can help lure
top coach, talent
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The Pittsburgh Steelers entered Week 17 needing to win
and get help in order to make
the playoffs. But even that dire
situation didn?t stop the team
from reportedly benching star
wide receiver Antonio Brown
after an eventful week leading
up to the game.
According to the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, Brown missed
the
season-ending
game
against the Cincinnati Bengals
not because of a knee injury
but because an angry Brown reportedly ?threw a football in
anger at one of his teammates,
several sources said.?
The report does not indicate
with which teammate Brown
had the heated dispute.
The incident happened during
the Steelers? Wednesday walkthrough prior to their practice
that day. Brown did not practice
the rest of the week from that
point on, which was Brown?s ?
not the coaches? ? decision, according to the story.
This is a shocking development for a player who is in the
midst of a four-year, $68-million deal. Brown previously has
been lauded for his toughness.
He was the Steelers? secondleading receiver with 104
catches and second in yards
with 1,297, and Brown?s 15 touchdowns led the team despite
missing the finale.
Despite missing the Steelers?
Saturday walk-through, as well,
Brown reportedly expected to
play Sunday against the Bengals. He was listed as questionable with a knee injury and was
said to be ruled out just before
the game after testing his
health. But it sounds now as if
that story was fabricated (or exaggerated) following the midweek drama.
Darnold a magnet
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Kanter talks with GM
Frustrated by losing and Knicks role,
vet center vows to be good teammate
BY STEVE POPPER
steve.popper@newsday.com
DENVER ? Enes Kanter revealed that he met with Knicks
general manager Scott Perry on
Monday to express his frustration with the team?s struggles
and his diminished role. But he
said he has not and will not demand a trade.
Kanter, who had his starting
job taken away three games
ago, insisted that it isn?t the
bench role that is bothering
him as much as doing it for a
team that has lost eight straight
games.
?I did not ask for a trade, no,?
Kanter said after getting 17
points and 12 rebounds in the
Knicks? 115-108 loss to the
Nuggets. ?I did not say, ?Scott,
try and trade me.? No I did not
say that. Because I like it here a
lot. And I probably won?t say to
Scott?s face, ?Scott I want to get
traded.? Because I like it here a
lot.
?But again, in the end, we all
are competitors, basketball players, in the end I like it here so
much, but again I want to win. I
want this team to get to the
playoffs one day. This is my
blood, man, I?m sorry. If anyone
asks anything else, I?m not
going to do it. I?m going out
there to get a win every time.?
What the Knicks are asking
of Kanter and most of their veterans is to take a secondary
role to the task of helping develop the young players on the
team. With a 9-29 record and 13
losses in the last 14 games, the
Knicks are set on some future
plan that includes another lottery pick, clearing cap space
this summer ? including Kanter?s expiring contract ? to
chase a star to place alongside
Kristaps Porzingis, who has
been sidelined all season while
rehabilitating from a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
While Kanter said he has
been content to support his
teammates and even help Luke
Kornet, who has taken over as
the starter, he is not happy with
a lesser role on a team that has
the second-worst record in the
NBA.
?It?s just, all this anger and
frustration is coming from losing,? Kanter said. ?It?s not fun to
lose 12, 13, whatever in a row. It?s
not fun. It?s just tough, man. But
obviously, I had a meeting with
Scott. He just said, ?You know,
this is the growth. This is one of
your biggest tests in your career,
so just try to be a good teammate.? That?s what I?ve been trying to do. Just help the young
guys and try to be the best teammate you can be. So that?s what
I?m trying to do. Again, this organization is paying me. I don?t
want no free money. So every
time I?m out there, I?m going to
try to get a win.?
Kanter was upset after the
blowout loss in Utah on Saturday when he was scoreless in 17
minutes. He played better and
the team did, too, against the
Nuggets. But he played only
four minutes in the fourth quarter while the team turned to
Noah Vonleh and Kornet.
?Listen, man,? Kanter said.
?Look, I?m going out there to
battle with my teammates and
be a good teammate, trying to
get a win. It?s in my blood. I?m
going to do that every time. I?m
not going to do anything else. If
they ask me anything else to do
it, I?m not going to do it. Every
time I?m out there, I?m trying to
get a win. I hope that is everybody?s mindset.?
It?s not easy for the Knicks to
move Kanter, needing to take
back equal value to the remainder of his $18-million salary
and with the team having no desire to attach a draft pick or
take back a contract that extends beyond this season. Kanter said that he isn?t worried
about his value in a trade or for
free agency, a point he said that
Perry made to him, too.
?It?s a little weird, people are
calling me from all over the
league,? Kanter said. ?They?re
just saying keep your head up
and stay strong. Even my own
teammates . . . I know what I?m
capable of. I know this is the situation, so I?m just trying to be a
good teammate.?
Knicks battle, but lose 8th in row
BY STEVE POPPER
SCORECARD
DENVER ? When you are 38 games
into the season and have only nine wins,
moral victories are all you?ve got.
So the Knicks took solace in not giving
up Saturday in Utah when they were
being humiliated. And they could find
some measure of satisfaction in playing
the Western Conference-leading Denver
Nuggets to a draw for much of the night
Tuesday.
But in the end, it was just like so many
other nights ? a loss and at least another
step toward chasing down a top pick in
the upcoming NBA Draft. The Knicks
couldn?t hold off the Nuggets as the
fourth quarter turned into one Denver
highlight after another and a 115-108
Knicks loss, dropping them to 9-29 on the
season.
In the end, it was an eighth straight loss
and the 13th in the last 14 games for the
Knicks, this one courtesy of a triple-double from Denver?s Nikola Jokic, who finished with 19 points, 15 assists and 14 rebounds. Jokic connected on a threepointer and a layup in the closing minutes
and his final rebound saved a possession
as he grabbed the loose ball and threw it
off a Knicks defender and out of bounds
with 1:21 remaining.
The return of Emmanuel Mudiay to the
city in which he began his career ? and
failed ? provided an impetus for the
NUGGETS
115 : 108
KNICKS
Knicks at L.A. Lakers
TV: MSG, 10:30 p.m.
Radio: ESPN (98.7)
Friday
Knicks in a season now devoid of much interest in wins and losses.
?We competed,? Mudiay said. ?We competed hard . . . It was cool [returning]. I?m
proud of the way [Denver] has been playing. Being No. 1 in the West is impressive.?
After trailing by as many as 46 in Utah
on Saturday and by 37 at halftime, the
Knicks came out with a far better effort
against the Nuggets. They led by four
after the first quarter with Kevin Knox
scoring 13 points and stretched the lead to
56-46 before missing their final eight shots
of the half and having the lead cut to 56-55.
The Nuggets took the lead back in the
third quarter, but the Knicks didn?t fold
this time and Enes Kanter hit a shot with
two seconds left in the period for an
84-82 advantage. The basket gave Kanter
17 points and 11 rebounds in 16 minutes.
He would play just four more minutes
and get one more rebound ? not scoring
again. Mudiay had 15 points and nine assists.
AP / DAVID ZALUBOWSKI
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
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Emmanuel Mudiay, getting his shot blocked by Nuggets? Mason Plumlee during the
first half, faced team that drafted him and finished with 15 points and nine assists.
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Storm?s statement
BY ROGER RUBIN
roger.rubin@newsday.com
Shamorie Ponds had just
found Mustapha Heron on the
break for a rim-rattling dunk
with 3:49 left. The sellout
crowd of 5,602 at Carnesecca
Arena was on its feet at this
punctuation mark on St. John?s
takedown of 16th-ranked Marquette Tuesday night. And loud
as it was as a timeout was whistled, Marvin Clark II stood at
center court exhorting the
throng to even higher decibels.
In that moment of St. John?s
89-69 Big East victory, the team
looked every bit like the one that
is expected to be a Big East contender and a player come March.
?I was feeling jubilation for
our fan base,? Clark said. ?This
program ? even before I got
here ? it was going through it. I
wanted to show them appreciation. They continued to be loyal
and it?s finally paid off. Now they
have a team this season that they
can really support.?
St. John?s (13-1, 1-1) couldn?t
have started the New Year any
better. It shook off Saturday?s
stinging road loss to Seton Hall
and the controversial last-second whistle that allowed the Pirates to score the game-winner.
SCORECARD
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ST. JOHN?S
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St. John?s
at Georgetown
TV: Ch. 2, 1 p.m.
Radio: WMCA (570)
Saturday
St. John?s margin of victory
was its largest over a ranked opponent since a 21-point win over
then-No. 20 Pittsburgh on Dec. 9,
1998. It is the Storm?s first win
over a ranked team on campus
since it beat No. 13 Butler two seasons ago.
Ponds took Saturday?s loss personally. He missed the front end
of a one-and-one in the final 30
seconds and apologized to his
team in the locker room and to
fans on social media.
He was a force against the
Golden Eagles (11-3, 0-1), who
had an eight-game winning
streak snapped. He scored 10
points in the first four minutes
as St. John?s grabbed a 13-5 lead
and scored the Storm?s last
nine points as it finished the
first half on a 14-6 burst for a
39-31 advantage. He finished
with 26 points, shooting
8-for-15, and added seven rebounds and five assists.
?As soon as the buzzer went
off you could tell he was upset
[Saturday],? Clark said. ?When
we got to the locker room, he
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After Seton Hall
controversy, top
No. 16 Marquette
Mustapha Heron had 16 points and eight rebounds in the victory.
apologized to us and we talked
as a team and put it behind us.
He came out tonight and lived
up to his word. He told us he
had us and he played real big
tonight. We fed off that.?
?I know he didn?t feel good
about that game,? coach Chris
Mullin said. ?I thought he
played a beautiful game. Feeling like he did two days ago
and coming back and leading
his team ? that?s what college
basketball is all about.?
Said Ponds: ?I needed to
bounce back individually, but
as a team we needed to bounce
back..?
Clark had 22 points and
shot 7-for-10. Heron had 16
points, Justin Simon scored 12
points and LJ Figeroa added 11
for the Storm, which shot 54
percent from the floor for the
game and 46 percent on
three-pointers. St. John?s was
also strong on the defensive
end, limiting Marquette to 42
percent shooting and holding
leading
scorer
Markus
Howard to 2-for-15 shooting.
St. John?s won its first 12
games but got little in the way of
national recognition because it?s
non-conference strength of
schedule was so poor. Last Saturday?s game was a chance tobreak
into the rankings but, after the
loss, they appeared on only one
ballot this week. A win like this
might change some impressions.
?We?ve got some talented
guys on our team and when
we?re playing together and sharing the ball, it?s hard to stop us
as you can see,? Clark said.
?They never questioned
themselves once,? Mullin said.
?It was never a question in our
locker room. Whoever we play,
we feel we have a good enough
team to beat anybody.?
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Special to Newsday
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Holiday?s basket made it
116-115. The Nets called for time
and Ed Davis got called for a
technical
after
shoving
Solomon Hill away from their
huddle. Holiday hit the free
throw, and Joe Harris committed a turnover on the final inbounds pass.
So the Nets came from ahead
to lose, 117-115, a brutal collapse
and perhaps their worst defeat
so far this season.
?I?m pretty sure Coach will
bring us back to that moment,
how we felt after the game, you
know, that [bad] feeling?? Davis
said. ? . . . We had it; we gave it
away. So we definitely need this
one back on Wednesday.?
That was Game 5 for them.
Now they?re up to Game 39. It
will be a rematch Wednesday
night at Barclays Center: NetsPelicans II.
?That?s the type that sticks
with you in the offseason,?
coach Kenny Atkinson said of
the October loss after Monday?s practice at HSS Training
Center. ?That?s one of the
games we should?ve closed out.
We made a few mistakes at the
end; played a really good basketball game.
?So there?s no revenge or anything. They?re a really good
team fighting for their playoff
lives . . . Obviously, after our
two losses, you don?t want to
go on a three, four, five-game
losing streak. And our schedule
is pretty tough after that. So it?s
an important game for us.?
The Nets are 17-21, just like
New Orleans. Caris LeVert,
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and
Allen Crabbe are injured and
not available this time.
?It was definitely a tough ending,? Russell said, ?but also we
can build on it knowing that we
can play with those guys and
we can finish those games out.?
They definitely need to contain Anthony Davis again. The
6-10 forward/center is probable
after missing Monday night?s
win over Minnesota with a gastrointestinal illness. The Nets
held him to 18, including
6-for-19 shooting in October.
He?s averaging 28.5, plus 13 rebounds.
Atkinson said they ?need to
throw different looks at him.?
Jarrett Allen is ready.
?I like the challenge,? Allen
said. ?He?s not really a bruiser.
He?s really a skilled player. So
I?m looking forward to testing
my defense against him.?
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
The Nets were up seven with
two minutes left on the night of
October 26 in New Orleans.
But nothing from then on went
smoothly for them at Smoothie
King Center.
The Pelicans scored nine and
the Nets didn?t score again,
missing two threes and committing three turnovers. D?Angelo
Russell committed a big one on
a pass with 7.5 seconds left
when the Nets were still up one
and just trying to kill the clock.
That led to the go-ahead
jumper by Jrue Holiday with
three seconds to go.
Wednesday
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BY BRIAN HEYMAN
BASEBALL
y
A38
MACHADO-YANKEES
MILLION DOLLAR MEN
The most lucrative contracts in baseball history, by total value:
1
Giancarlo Stanton
2
3
4
5
(tie)
$325,000,000
2015-27
Alex Rodriguez
$275,000,000
2008-17
Alex Rodriguez
$252,000,000
2001-10
Miguel Cabrera
$248,000,000
2016-23
Albert Pujols
$240,000,000
2012-21
Robinson Cano
$240,000,000
2014-23
7
Joey Votto
$225,000,000
2014-23
8
David Price
$217,000,000
2016-22
9
Clayton Kershaw
$215,000,000
2014-20
10
Prince Fielder
$214,000,000
2012-20
11
Max Scherzer
$210,000,000
2015-21
12
Zack Greinke
$206,500,000
2016-21
13
Derek Jeter
$189,000,000
2001-10
14
(tie)
16
(tie)
Joe Mauer
$184,000,000
2011-18
Jason Heyward
$184,000,000
2016-23
Mark Teixeira
$180,000,000
2009-16
Justin Verlander
$180,000,000
2013-19
18
Felix Hernandez
$175,000,000
2013-19
(tie)
Stephen Strasburg
$175,000,000
2017-23
20
Buster Posey
$167,000,000
2013-21
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
newsday.com
SOURCE: COT?S BASEBALL CONTRACTS
MANNY
BEING MANNY
Machado by the numbers:
Year HR
RBI AVG WAR
2018
37
107
.297
6.2
2017
33
95
.259
2.6
2016
37
96
.294
6.3
2015
35
86
.286
6.6
2014
12
32
.278
2.3
2013
14
71
.283
5.0
2012
7
26
.262
1.2
SOURCE: FANGRAPHS
ROOM
TO GROW
Yanks? Opening Day
payroll since they last
won World Series in ?09
Year
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
Payroll Rank
$180.1M
6
$209.7M 3
$220.7M 2
$222.5M 2
$214.9M 2
$239.3M 2
$228.5M 1
$213.6M
1
$225.7M
1
SOURCE: SPOTRAC
A Manny Machado
World Series hit in
pinstripes would be
part of a great 2019
for the Yankees.
BASEBALL
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STILL A GOOD FIT?
Yanks-Tulowitzki agree, but $$ for Manny not issue
david.lennon@newsday.com
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Pick 10: 4, 6, 10, 11, 12, 20,
26, 27, 32, 33, 44, 50, 59, 63,
68, 71, 72, 76, 77, 79.
Daily number: 483.
Win4: 0750.
Take 5: 7, 13, 14, 19, 32.
Midday daily: 473.
Given their
glaring void
at shortstop,
Machado is
just too simple
of a solution.
ton and Happ don?t give us
those planet-killing vibes.
Machado does, however.
If the Yankees didn?t want
to give Patrick Corbin $140
million, fine. Feels a bit
steep for a 3.91 ERA in the
NL, anyway. Corbin still got
his Bronx visit, and that no
doubt helped pry a few
extra bucks (and years)
from the Nationals. Cashman loathes being used as a
bargaining chip, which is
why the 90-minute Bronx
sitdown with Machado,
along with the lengthy Manhattan dinner afterward,
Midday Win4: 2066.
Sat. Lotto: 2, 16, 18, 27, 29, 35.
Bonus: 19.
Tue. Mega Millions: 34, 44, 57, 62, 70.
Mega Ball: 14. Megaplier: 4.
wasn?t just going through
the motions.
Phillies owner John Middleton kicked off the winter
by pledging to spend
?stupid? money in upgrading
his team, but by how much
would he have to outbid
Steinbrenner to lure Machado to a much smaller
stage?
Recently, the Yankees have
done a great job growing a
few of their own, with Aaron
Judge showing the potential
to develop into this generation?s Derek Jeter. But given
their glaring void at shortstop, Machado is just too simple of a solution, and we?re
only talking about money
here, an easily renewable
commodity in the Bronx.
When the Yankees finally
got below the $197-million
luxury-tax threshold last
year, they didn?t have to pay
that tax for the first time
since the penalty system
went into effect 15 years ago.
The Yankees had been
forced to hand out roughly
$22 million annually in tax,
so being clear of that figured
to embolden them for this
free-agent winter.
Machado has never been
a better fit for pinstripes,
and if you remember back
to July, he even liked an Instagram post of him wearing them. Now it?s just a
matter of waiting to see if it
becomes a reality.
Mon. Cash4Life: 18, 28, 39, 46,
54. Cash Ball: 2.
Sat. Powerball: 12, 42, 51, 53, 62.
Powerball: 25. Power Play: 2.
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
LOTTERY
roster is currently composed ? even with the
trade for James Paxton and
the J.A. Happ reunion ?
there are lingering questions.
The Yankees may be a
?fully operational Death
Star,? as Brian Cashman proclaimed last month, but Pax-
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s of this writing,
Manny Machado
had yet to re-follow the YES Network on Instagram, so read into that what
you will. Was it meaningful
that he did ? for an hour or
so ? on New Year?s Eve? We
won?t know the answer to
that until Machado?s introductory news conference, be
it in the Bronx, Philadelphia
or Chicago, presumably in
the not too distant future.
One potential wrinkle
emerged late Tuesday night,
however, when ESPN reported that the Yankees had
agreed on a one-year,
league-minimum deal with
Troy Tulowitzki, who was
released by the Blue Jays in
December with $38 million
still left on his contract. The
oft-injured Tulowitzki, 34,
didn?t play at all last season
for Toronto because of
bone spurs in both heels, so
what he?s able to give the
Yankees from a defensive
standpoint is a fairly big
question mark.
It also remained unclear
what Tulo?s signing would
mean for the Yankees? pursuit of Machado, as they
have a glaring void at short-
stop while Didi Gregorius is
rehabbing from Tommy
John surgery. Relying on
Tulo as a bridge replacement seems like a lot to ask
from someone who has
logged only 66 games at
short the past two seasons.
But it?s a low-cost move
with significant potential
upside at a position of need,
so taking a flier on Tulo
could provide some insurance or bench help.
As for Machado?s decision,
that could come any day
now, and the Yankees had
looked like a considerable favorite going in to last
month?s Bronx sitdown with
the four-time All-Star. Aside
from the Didi injury clearing
room, Machado has always
idolized fellow Miami native
Alex Rodriguez ? currently
a Yankees? special adviser,
among his million other jobs.
That sentimental connection
is never a substitute for piles
of cash, obviously. But if the
money is similar, it certainly
doesn?t hurt.
As for the financial component of a Machado deal,
there?s no reason to believe
the Yankees would be
spooked by the numbers.
Despite Hal Steinbrenner?s
oft-stated
wariness
of
shelling out $200 million
for the team?s 28th title, the
Yankees are in the midst of
a nine-year championship
drought. And the way this
AP / MARK J. TERRILL
David
Lennon
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 2019
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Report of Yankees and
Troy Tulowitzki agreeing
to a deal have thrown
possible curve into a
long-term contract for
Manny Machado.
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as Yanks, Tulowitzki
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At last year?s Winter Run at Robert Moses State Park in Babylon, 592 runners finished the race. Runners are expected to don superhero capes for the Jan. 13 run.
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Gotta run
BY JIM MERRITT
Special to Newsday
WARM UP THIS MONTH
WITH A 5K RACE EVERY SUNDAY
ore than a thousand intrepid runners will
take the weather in stride this January,
walking, jogging and sprinting through
winter wonderlands in the 25th annual
state parks Winter Run series.
A total of 850 runners have already signed up for
the series of 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) races, which begin
Sunday at Heckscher State Park in East Islip, and
continue on the following three Sundays through
Jan. 27.
Last year, 1,100 runners participated, wearing
crazy hats and patriotic costumes, vying for medals
and cold-weather bragging rights.
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Meadow State Park, Kings Park;
Jan. 27, Jones Beach State Park,
Wantagh.
INFO 631-321-3510
ADMISSION $15 per race, day
of race. Full series registration:
$40. Register in-person at Long
Island State Park Headquarters,
625 Belmont Ave. (Exit 37N off
the Southern State Parkway)
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday; or online at
flrrt.com.
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10:30 a.m.-noon
Saturday at Jones
Beach State Park, Wantagh,
preregistration required at
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516-780-3295; 1 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday, Montauk Point State
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Take a guided hike to see the
seals visiting Long Island beaches
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dress for the weather.
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Robert Shimonski, 45, of
Plainview, a director of
information technology for
Northwell Health, ran the Sunken
Meadow and Jones Beach events
last year and plans to be back in
the field this month.
?They take you through a decent
stretch of the parks. It?s nice
scenery and definitely better than
a treadmill,? says Shimonski, who
runs the series races as a tuneup
for half marathons later.
Long Island State Parks officials
jazz up the proceedings with
themes ranging from patriotic to
kooky. The Jones Beach race?s
USA Pride theme inspires the
wearing of red, white and blue
leggings and American flag caps.
Runners traditionally don
superhero capes at Robert Moses
State Park (Jan. 13 this year), crazy
hats at Sunken Meadow (Jan. 20)
and sports team jerseys at Jones
Beach (Jan. 27).
Regardless of the theme, sunny
January thaw days tend to attract
the most runners, state parks
officials say.
Last year?s Sunken Meadow
race, featuring the only course that
leaves the roadway to follow a
boardwalk (along the scenic Long
Island Sound beachfront) and a
paved trail, drew 773 finishers.
That compares with 592 finishers
at Robert Moses and 525 at Jones
Beach. (Last year?s Heckscher race
was canceled because of inclement
weather.)
After each race, runners can
refuel with free hot chocolate,
granola bars, juice, a piece of fruit,
bagels or doughnuts. Some will
take home medals at an awards
ceremony honoring the first three
male and female finishers in 18 age
categories (from kids 12 and
younger to seniors 90 and older).
In addition, each registered
runner is entered in a raffle with
prizes that include $75 gift cards
and a free registration in next
year?s series.
Some runners return year after
year just for the fresh air and
wildlife sightings.
?I?ve seen deer along the beach
at Heckscher or at Fire Island,?
says one multiyear runner, Bob
Cook, 73. ?The air seems clear and
there?s no humidity most of the
time,? adds Cook, who owns the
Runner?s Edge running specialty
shop in Farmingdale, a race
sponsor.
For frequent entrant George
Devoe, 86, of Hauppauge, a retired
Grumman aerospace engineer, the
rewards of a cold-weather race
include ?a runner?s high.?
Says Devoe: ?I really feel sharp
and upbeat at the end of the run.?
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Omar Emami, 13, works out
at SC CrossFit 165 in
Hicksville, which has classes
for various ages.
finding a good family fit
Thinking about a 2019 exercise routine? Here are 5 ways to get the kids on board
BY BETH WHITEHOUSE
beth.whitehouse@newsday.com
G
rown-ups routinely make New Year?s resolutions for themselves, but how about making
one for the kids? If you want to help them get
more exercise in 2019, here are some fitness
classes meant especially for them:
ON THE COVER Sophia Jones, 8, of Massapequa Park, flips for an
aerial yoga class at Emerge Yoga & Wellness in Massapequa.
CrossFit kids
WHERE Multiple individually
owned locations across Long
Island; visit kids.crossfit.com
for map with venues, addresses
and phone numbers
INFO Prices vary by location
SC CrossFit 165 in Hicksville, for instance, offers
classes for kids ages 7 to 12
and for teens, says owner
Charles Cassara. Cassara also
has just opened a new, bigger
location in Farmingdale,
where he will be including
classes for teenagers. For
younger kids, classes are
more interactive. ?It?s like
they?re playing, but getting
fit. We make it a little more
fun for them to keep them
going,? Cassara says. The
games incorporate exercises
such as squatting and lunging. Teens are more mature
and focused, so they use
barbells and do pull-ups and
chin-ups. ?That will be more
structured, like CrossFit,? he
says, referring to the adult
regimen.
Kids ages 7 to 12 are $60 a
month for twice-a-week
classes; teens are $199 for
three months of twice-a-week
classes. There?s also an optional Friday class included
in the fee, he says. SC CrossFit 165 is at 942 S. Broadway
in Hicksville, 631-334-7225,
sccrossfit165.com
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he Disney Junior Dance
Party on Tour is coming to
the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in Brookville at
6 p.m. Feb. 28.
Families can sing and dance
along to Disney Junior?s greatest
hits at the interactive live concert. Fancy Nancy leads the fun,
joined by Mickey, Minnie,
Goofy, Vampirina, Elena of
Avalor, Sofia the First, Doc
McStuffins and Puppy Dog Pals.
Tickets start at $35 and are
available at ticketmaster.com.
Tilles Center is at 720 Northern
Blvd., Brookville. For more information, call the box office at
516-299-3100 or visit
disneyjuniortour.com.
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ages 2 to 4 in the fall. Each
class meets once a week;
there?s a session for ages 2
and 3 and a separate class
for ages 3 and 4. ?It?s an
action-packed class,? says
Rob Kienle, a manager at
Unlimited Sports Action.
WHERE Unlimited Sports
Action, 30 Beechwood
Ave., Port Washington,
516-767-7675,
unlimitedsportsaction.com
INFO $30 a class for 10- or
15-class session; new
schedule begins this
month
Even the littlest kids can
use a workout in the winter, and a new class at
Unlimited Sports Action,
called Kids in Motion, is
just for the toddler and
preschool set. Kids in
small groups visit different
stations, including an
obstacle course, trampoline and even a bouncy
castle. Unlimited Sports
Action launched the
45-minute classes for kids
WHERE Emerge Yoga &
Wellness, 623 Broadway,
Massapequa, 516-781-1078,
emergeyogawellness.com
INFO $17 per child, $23 per
adult
Parents and kids ages 6
and older can experience
anti-gravity yoga together
at this 11:30 a.m. Saturday
class, which lets the whole
family swing upside down
in hammocks as they
stretch. ?The hammock is
great for the spine,? says
Sydnie Tamberino, director of studio operations.
Emerge also offers antigravity yoga classes
grouped by age. Other
yoga studios on Long
Island also offer anti-gravity classes for children.
Zumbini
WHERE Various franchise
owners teach in locations
across Long Island; visit
Disney Junior Dance Party on Tour
is coming to Tilles Center Feb. 28.
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Family fly
WHERE Heavy Hitters
Boxing and Fitness, 1915
Lakeland Ave.,
Ronkonkoma, 631-567-3538,
heavyhittersboxing.com
INFO $120 a month
Heavy Hitters offers
boxing training for peewees, ages 4 to 9, and
juniors, ages 10 to 15. In
addition to strength and
conditioning training,
they learn to punch the
bag, says co-owner Christine Morales. The junior
boxing class also teaches
sparring in the ring. ?It
teaches them self-defense
and builds their confidence,? Morales says.
Other gyms on Long
Island also offer boxing
lessons for children.
zumbini.com for venues
and demo classes
INFO Prices vary by class.
Zumbini was created
for kids from newborn to
age 4 by Zumba and the
BabyFirst TV channel.
The music and movement
class incorporates dance,
though the class is not a
carbon copy of the adult
Zumba sessions, says
instructor Nicole Curran,
who teaches in Dix Hills
and Huntington and
charges $155 for six weeks
of classes. ?They?re swaying side to side, you
touch your toes, you
touch the sky,? she says.
?It?s all original music.
The music is all international, Spanish and Arabic music like Zumba
has.?
Various locations are
offering free demo classes
early this month; Curran?s
demos are on Monday at
Emilia?s New York Studio
of Dance, 1842 E. Jericho
Tpke., Dix Hills, and on
Jan. 10 at Variations, A
Dancer?s Studio, at 180
Spring Rd., Huntington.
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How abracadabra can
grab the kids? attention
BY BETH WHITEHOUSE
beth.whitehouse@newsday.com
?S
o there you are, sitting
around the table with the
family. The grandkids are
glued to their devices.? So
begins ?Grandpa Magic? (Workman Publishing, $16.95), a new
book by Sag Harbor magician
Allan Zola Kronzek meant to
help grandparents connect to
the younger generation.
?I?ve been asked, ?How can
you compete with their devices? They want to be on their
phones, playing their games,? ?
says Kronzek, 77. ?It turns out
magic wins every time.?
The book cover boasts ?116
easy tricks, amazing brainteasers and simple stunts to
wow the grandkids.? They
include making a spoon cry,
turning a dinner napkin into a
walking chicken, making a
straw disappear up your nose
and more.
The book also includes duo
magic acts for the grandparent and grandchild to perform for the rest of the family, with the grandchild in the
starring role of a psychic
named ?The Great Zucchini?
? or whatever stage name
your duo comes up with.
?I think of the book as a
giant toybox that any grandma
or grandpa can dip into at any
time and engage the kids,?
Kronzek says. He says he?s
been asked ?so many times? by
grandparents to teach them a
trick they could show their
grandkids that his wife, Ruby
Jackson, suggested he write
?Grandpa Magic.?
Kronzek is the author of
previous books on magic,
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including ?The Sorcerer?s
Companion: A Guide to the
Magical World of Harry Potter,? which he co-authored with
his daughter, Elizabeth, and
which has sold more than 1
million copies in 14 languages
worldwide. He doesn?t have
grandchildren, though he says
he has lots of relatives to
whom he is the ?grand uncle.?
?Kids really like to think,
that?s the truth of it, and they
like to figure things out,? Kronzek says. ?If you say to a kid,
?You want to see something
amazing? You want to see a
magic trick?? The answer 90
percent of the time is, ?Yes, I
do.? When you do something
live and in person that?s amazing, the kids will just light up.
These kinds of experiences are
bonding and create a lot of
memories.?
ALLAN ZOLA KRONZEK
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Sag Harbor magician Allan Zola Kronzek, 77, has written a book
called ?Grandpa Magic? to bring together the generations.
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kidsday
H
ave you ever
had a lemonade stand to
raise money for
charity? If you
haven?t, here?s how
to do it.
In September, my
cousin, sister and I
were trying to think
of a way to raise
money for my cousin?s
charity, Lauren?s First
and Goal Foundation,
in honor of Pediatric Cancer
Awareness Month. Lauren?s First
and Goal is a charity started by
my aunt and uncle, Marianne and
John Loose, that supports families
who are battling childhood cancer
and for brain tumor research.
Lauren?s First and Goal Foundation has a camp at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, where over a
thousand teenage athletes participate in an intense day of skills and
KIDSDAY ILLUSTRATION / ELLA VEREB
Kidsday Reporter
drills, all to benefit the
foundation.
We thought and
thought. Then we
came up with the
idea for a lemonade stand. We
gathered the materials we would
need: a table, cups,
pitcher of lemonade, napkins and a
box to hold the
money. We made a
sign and set up our
stand at the end of
the driveway.
All afternoon we sold lemonade
to people passing by. Many people
asked about Lauren?s First and
Goal Foundation, and we explained to them what it was. They
were so happy to make donations
and loved the lemonade. By the
end of the day, we raised more
than $100. We were so happy that
we were able to help raise awareness for a great cause and to
support our brave cousin.
Do you like the changing seasons?
BY LIAM RICHMOND
Kidsday Reporter
I
surveyed the fourth- and
fifth-grade kids in my
school to find out if kids
would rather live in a place
that had only one season, or
all four seasons. Here is
what I found out.
just one season. But I may
change my mind and choose
to live in a place with one
season and go on vacations
to places with other seasons.
Overall, I guess a little of
everything is good.
All seasons:................... 63
One season: .................. 18
As you can see,
having all four seasons
was the more popular choice. I do
see why some
kids would
choose one
season,
though. I
personally
chose all four
seasons
because I
couldn?t pick
KIDSDAY ILLUSTRATION / LIAM RICHMOND
There are pros and cons
with everything ? in winter
you?d only be able to wear
warm clothing, and vice
versa in the summer. It?s
good to experience all the
seasons, whether you?re
jumping in a pool or building a snowman.
Here are some of the
answers I was given:
\ ?All seasons, because I
get a chance to do all the
seasonal things.?
\ ?One season, which is
winter, because I?m
allergic to pollen.?
\ ?One season,
summer, because
no school.?
There also
was one person
who would
choose summer and take
a vacation to
places with
other seasons.
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A sweet way to help my cousin
BY ERIN MEEHAN
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for kids, by kids, mostly
CLASS OF THE WEEK Gina Cerulli?s fifth-grade class, IDLE HOUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Oakdale
advice
Ask AmyASK
AMY
Amy Dickinson
askamy@amydickinson.com
DAILY BRIDGE CLUB
| By Frank Stewart
West dealer. Both sides vulnerable.
NORTH
? J43
? K4
? 832
? A9632
WEST
EAST
? 95
? 8
? AJ873
? Q 10 9 6 5 2
? AKJ5
? 10 9 4
? J7
? Q 10 8
SOUTH
? A K Q 10 7 6 2
? None
? Q76
? K54
West
1?
All Pass
North
Pass
East
4?
South
4?
Opening lead ? ? K
?We know we?re better than this, but we can?t
prove it.? ? the late Tony Gwynn, when his San Diego
Padres were mired in a losing streak.
You can improve your play through reading and
study, but knowing that a technique exists is not
enough. You need the presence of mind to recognize
and apply it at the table.
Against four spades, West led the king of diamonds. When East signaled with the four, West
shifted to a trump. South took the A-K, then led the
A-K and a third club. East won and led a diamond,
and West took the jack and ace for down one.
TEXTBOOK
This is a textbook deal. How should South play?
South can win West?s trump shift with the ace and
lead his seven to dummy?s jack. He next leads the
king of hearts and discards a club: a loser on a loser.
If West takes the ace and errs by leading another
heart, South ruffs, cashes the K-A of clubs and ruffs a
club. He can return to dummy by leading his deuce of
trumps to the four and discard diamonds on the good
clubs.
DAILY QUESTION
You hold:
?95
?AJ873
?AKJ5
?J7
Your partner opens one club, you bid one heart,
he rebids two clubs and you try two diamonds.
Partner next bids two spades. What do you say?
ANSWER: Partner doesn?t have four cards in
spades; he didn?t bid one spade over your one-heart
response. Your two diamonds was forcing, so he
had to bid something at his third turn. He may have
a hand such as A 3 2, 2, Q 7 6, A K 10 9 5 4. Bid
three clubs, which he should treat as forcing.
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
tell my sibling. I am feeling quite
anxious about having to keep this a
secret. How do I tell my sibling that we
have a half-sibling if our father is not
open to discussing this? I?d like to move
forward.
Reluctant Secret Holder
DEAR RELUCTANT: Your father
had no knowledge of this child
he fathered, so the existence of
your half-sibling has not been
a long-held secret. Don?t hold
this as a secret now.
Your father?s response to
this is completely understandable. He feels betrayed and, of
course, he is unhappy about it.
He does not want to face the
imponderable complications of
this possible relationship. He
assumes it will upend your
family, but, if anecdotal evidence I?ve collected on DNA
discoveries is accurate, the
toughest part of the experience
is the anticipation.
I suggest you take this in
discrete stages. Keep your own
expectations modest. After you
make some initial contact with
your half-sibling, tell your
father you are going to inform
your other sibling. Reassure
your father every step of the
way, and if he refuses to discuss it, proceed on your own.
newsday.com
DEAR AMY: I am one of the many
who have found a half-sibling through
DNA testing. The birth mother never
told my father she was pregnant, and
the child was put up for adoption more
than 50 years ago. I told my dad about
this and he reacted by getting angry
and stopping the conversation by
telling me to not have contact with the
half-sibling. I gave it a few months and
gently brought it up again, only to be
shut down right away. He does not
wish to discuss it. I was going to ask
him to tell my sibling that we have a
newly discovered half-sibling out there,
but I know that is out of the question. I
am excited about my new relative and
would like to meet and get to know
them. I wish my dad would be open to
discussing this. Before moving forward,
I would like to tell my other sibling
about our new half-sibling. I am not
sure if they will share my excitement
but then they can decide if they?d like
to pursue a relationship as well. I worry
that I am going behind my dad?s back
and he?ll be furious that I have shared
his secret. The cat is already out of the
bag; all it would take is another relative
to take a DNA test for someone else to
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DENNIS THE MENACE
PEARLS BEFORE SWINE
GARFIELD
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JUMPSTART
BABY BLUES
ZIGGY
DILBERT
BLONDIE
THE LOCKHORNS
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE
MUTTS
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
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NON SEQUITUR
ZITS
RHYMES WITH
PEANUTS CLASSICS
THE DUPLEX
PICKLES
WIZARD OF ID
HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
H ORANGE
TUNDRA
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DAILY CROSSWORD NOW ONLINE
Do today?s puzzle on your mobile or desktop device at
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B10
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NEWSDAY CROSSWORD MAJOR MEDIA by Fred Piscop, Edited by Stanley Newman (stanxwords.com)
ACROSS
1 Bagpiper?s garb
5 Main impact
10 Seeks information
14 Woodwind instrument
15 Choir platform
16 __ Lisa
17 Media sold in kiosks
20Being bet
21 Acorn producer
22 Canvas dwelling
24 Be untruthful
25 Knotty problem
29 Weep audibly
31 The dalai __
35 Aviator Earhart
37 Star Wars guru
40?__ the season ...?
41 Media heard in
automobiles
44Pronoun for ships
45 Having no slack
46Tampa neighbor, familiarly
47 Husband of a countess
49Prohibit by law
51 ?No wager?
52 Billboard postings
55 Fly by oneself
57 Staying power
61 Rummy variety
66 Media watched at home
68Historical periods
69 The ones yonder
70Immediately, in a memo
71 Mouthwash flavor
72 Splinter groups
73 Supervisor
SUDOKU
Previous solution:
Just complete the grid so that
each row, column and 3-by-3
box contains the numbers 1
through 9.
DOWN
Hawaiian coffee region
Skeptical remark
Stormy weather systems
Try out
Accelerator neighbor
Becomes ready to
harvest
7 Take off the shelf
8 Infamous Roman emperor
9 Courtroom event
10 Dutch beer brand
11 Go bad, as milk
12 Leg joint
13 Postpaid enclosure: abbr.
18 Paul Revere or
Nathan Hale
19 Race in a slalom
23 Corolla and Camry
25 Analyze in great detail
26 Cornhusker State city
27 Passover meal
28 Inventor Whitney
30Constrictor snake
1
2
3
4
5
6
32 Completely confused
33 Catcher?s gloves
34 Beasts of burden
36 Org. for attorneys
38 Tooth care pro: abbr.
39 Things done
42 Massage
43 Smartphone
download
48Worst, as excuses
50On the house
53 Subsidiary, for short
54 Foul moods
56 Sprinters? assignments
57 Mushroom part
58 Actress Hatcher
59 Economist Greenspan
60Arthur __ Stadium
(tennis tourney venue)
62 Moby-Dick skipper
63 Just adequate
64?__ the night before ...?
65 Snakes like Cleo?s
67 Summer Games org.
Stanley Newman?s ?Million Word Crossword Dictionary,? is at bookstores and online booksellers
now. For hints and more, go to stanxwords.com
JUMBLE
By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek
Unscramble these four
Jumbles, one letter to each
square, to form four ordinary
words.
WORDY GURDY
By Ricky Kane
Every answer is a rhyming pair of words like FAT CAT and
DOUBLE TROUBLE, and they will fit in the letter squares. The
number after the definition tells you how many syllables are in
each word. й United Features Syndicate Inc.
Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the cartoon.
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019
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CRYPTOQUOTE
Tuesday?s answers:
EAGLE
MIGHT
OUTFIT
FINISH
THEY?D NEVER PUT UP WALLPAPER BEFORE. IT TOOK THEM A
WHILE TO ? GET THE HANG OF IT
HOROSCOPES BY JERALDINE SAUNDERS
ARIES (March 21-April 19): You may have a greater
understanding of scientific applications than usual.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Remember that there is
no rush. Travel at your own pace to obtain results.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You are better off listening
to your head rather than your heart today.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Keep your promises and
remain respectful toward your superiors.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Being ambitious can be attractive to some people. Use your charm to make some
wonderful new business contacts.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Sometimes it is pointless
to attempt to cure something that must run its course.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): There is a light at the end of
the tunnel even if you can?t see it yet. Some problems
will evaporate if you will leave things alone.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Your love life sparkles
and you sparkle in social settings.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You may need to
give a less than honest opinion to maintain a pleasant
and congenial relationship.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): When others see your
ambition at work, they are inspired to follow your lead.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You may be pulling your
hair out trying to solve a pesky problem.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Don?t give in to wishful
thinking too easily. Take everything with a grain of salt
until you?re sure it?s true.
TODAY?S BIRTHDAYS
Director Todd Haynes, 58. Baseball?s David Cone, 56.
Actress Tia Carrere, 52. Actor Cuba Gooding Jr., 51. Model
Christy Turlington, 50. Actor Taye Diggs, 48. Actress Kate
Bosworth, 36. Singer-musician Trombone Shorty, 33.
Here?s how to work it: AXYDLBAAXR is LONGFELLOW
One letter stands for another. In this sample, A is used for the
three L?s, X for the two O?s, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the
length and formation of the words are all hints.
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Tuesday?s Cryptoquote: NEW YEAR?S DAY. A FRESH START.
A NEW CHAPTER IN LIFE WAITING TO BE WRITTEN.
? SARAH BAN BREATHNACH
Classi?eds
Legal Notice # 21446884
Old Koin LLC filed 11/20/18.
Nassau Co. SSNY design
agent for process & shall
mail to P.O. Box 102
Syosset, NY 11791 General
Purpose
LEGAL NOTICES
Legal Notice # 21446880
Vistara LLC Arts of Org. filed
SSNY 10/10/18. Office: Nassau Co. SSNY design agent
for process & shall mail to
2963 Hampton Ct Wantagh,
NY 11793 RA: US Corp
Agents, Inc. 7014 13 Avenue
#202 Brooklyn, NY 11228
General Purpose
Legal Notice # 21451027
SWL 68 REALTY LLC, Arts.
of Org. filed with the SSNY
on 11/28/2018. Office loc:
Nassau County. SSNY has
been designated as agent
upon whom process against
the LLC may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to:
The LLC, 671 4th Place, Garden City, NY 11530. Reg
Agent: Wendy Kwun, 671
4th Place, Garden City, NY
11530. Purpose: Any Lawful
Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21451039
Notice of Amendment of
Sidrane & Schwartz-Sidrane,
LLP to Sidrane, SchwartzSidrane,
Perinbasekar
&
Littman, LLP. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York
(?SSNY?) on February 5,
2004. Office location: Nassau County. SSNY is designated for service of process.
SSNY shall mail copy of any
process
served
against
Sidrane, Schwartz-Sidrane,
Perinbasekar & Littman, LLP
to 1427 Sturl Avenue, Hewlett, NY 11557. Purpose: law
firm.
Legal Notice # 21446882
Rebate Realty Group LLC
Arts of Org. filed SSNY 11/
5/18. Office: Nassau Co.
Legal Notice # 21454115
SSNY design agent for procNotice of Formation of LIVE
ess & shall mail to 131
WELL LOTUS BY VICTORIA
Waterford Rd Island Park,
LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with
NY 11558 General Purpose
Secretary of State of NY
(SSNY) on 12/18/18. Office
Legal Notice # 21446889
location: Nassau County.
JD2 Partners LLC, Arts of
SSNY has been designated
Org. filed with Sec. of State
for service of process
of NY (SSNY) 11/28/2018.
against the LLC. SSNY shall
Cty: Nassau. SSNY desig. as
mail process served to: LIVE
agent upon whom process
WELL LOTUS BY VICTORIA
against may be served &
LLC, 274 Atlantic Avenue,
shall mail process to 4 Cross
Massapequa Park, NY 11762.
Lane, Glen Head, NY 11545.
Purpose: any lawful purpose.
General Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21453365
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Public Notice is hereby given that separate sealed BIDS for
the 2018/2019 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM will be received until 11:00 a.m. prevailing time on THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 2019 at the Business Office of OCEANSIDE UFSD, located at 145 Merle Avenue, Oceanside, New York 11572, at
which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud.
The work shall be as follows:
(Dance Studio @ Little Theatre)
CONTRACT #1 ? INTERIOR RECONSTRUCTION
SED # 28-02-11-03-0-008-034
OCEANSIDE HIGH SCHOOL #7
Plans and specifications may be examined and obtained at the
Office of the Architect, John A. Grillo, P.C., (631-476-2161) located at 1213 Main Street, Port Jefferson, NY 11777, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily, except Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays on or after WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2019.
A plan deposit of $50 is required, in the form of a business
check (no cash accepted) made payable to OCEANSIDE UFSD.
This deposit shall be refunded to each Bidder only if the plans
and specifications are returned, in good condition, within (30)
calendar days after the bid opening date. All deposits shall be
forfeited to the School District after the (30) days have
elapsed.
ANY PERSON OR CORPORATION WHO FAILS TO SUBMIT A
BID SHALL FORFEIT THEIR PLAN DEPOSIT IN ITS ENTIRETY.
Each Bidder must deposit, with their sealed bid, security in an
amount not less than 10% of the base bid and all Alternate
Bids in the proper form subject to the conditions set forth in
the Instructions to Bidders (Page 3).
Attention of the Bidders is specifically directed to the minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract, as well as to
other provisions set forth in the bidding documents.
Bidder will also be required to show, to the satisfaction of the
School District that they are carrying Workers? Compensation
Insurance as required by law and all other Insurance in
amounts not less than that specified under the General Conditions.
Performance Bonds and Labor/Material Bonds, as called for in
the General Conditions are a requirement of each contract.
The School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids
submitted, to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid,
and/ or to accept any bid in whole or in part and/ or to award
or not award the contract, if in the opinion of the School District, the best interest of the School District will thereby be
served. This invitation is an offer to receive bids for a contract. The successful Bidder will be required to execute a formal contract in the form contained in the Contract Documents.
All bids received after the time stated in the Notice to Bidders will not be considered and will be returned unopened to
the bidder. The bidder assumes the risk of any delay in the
mail or in the handling of the mail by employees of the School
District. Whether sent by mail or by means of personal delivery, the bidder assumes responsibility for having its bid deposited on time at the place specified.
Each Bidder shall agree to hold their bid price for (45) days after the formal bid opening.
Per Article 8, Section 220 of the New York State Labor Law,
every contractor and subcontractor shall submit to the School
District within (30) days after issuance of its first payroll,
and every (30) days thereafter, a transcript of the original
payroll record, as provided by this article, subscribed and affirmed as true under penalties of perjury. The School District
shall be required to receive and maintain such payroll records.
The original payrolls or transcripts shall be preserved for (5)
years from the completion of the work on the project.
BY ORDER OF:
BOARD OF EDUCATION
OCEANSIDE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
145 MERLE AVENUE
OCEANSIDE, NEW YORK 11572
MARIE BARBELLA
DISTRICT CLERK
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Legal Notice # 21447694
NOTICE OF SALE OF COOPERATIVE APARTMENT SECURITY BY VIRTUE OF A DEFAULT under the terms of a
Security Agreement dated
July 7, 2010 executed by Judith Pace, debtor(s), to
JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, secured
party, in accordance with its
rights as holder of the Security, JPMorgan Chase Bank,
National Association by Jessica Prince-Clateman, DCA
#1097640
and/or Vincent
DeAngelis, DCA # 1127571 a
nd/or Karen Loiacano, DCA
#1435601 will conduct a public foreclosure sale of the security consisting of 2,293
shares of stock of Baldwin
Manor Owners Inc., all right,
title and interest in and to a
Proprietary Lease between
said Corporation and debtor
for apartment C-24, in building known as 1861 Grand
Avenue, Baldwin, NY 11510
together with all fixtures
and articles of personal property now or hereafter affixed
to or used in connection with
said apartment on January
15, 2019, at 10:15 AM On the
front steps of Nassau County, Courthouse, 262 Old Country Rd, Mineola, NY 11501 in
satisfaction of an indebtedness in the principal amount
of $157,473.90 plus interest,
late fees, attorney fees,
maintenance in arrears and
all other advanced charges.
Apartment is sold "AS IS"
and possession to be obtained by the purchaser.
Said sale is subject to: payment of all sums due, if any,
to Baldwin Manor Owners
Inc. and the consent if necessary, of said corporation; any
existing tenancy; payment of
all expenses and fees of the
secured party with respect
thereto; terms of the sale
and auctioneer?s fees. The
secured party reserves the
right to bid. A 10% down payment in certified funds or
bank check payable to Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC is
required at sale with a balance of bid due within thirty
(30) days. #96091
Legal Notice # 21449635
Francine Raxenberg, DDS,
PLLC, Arts of Org. filed with
Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) 1
1/16/2018. Cty: Nassau.
SSNY desig. as agent upon
whom process against may
be served & shall mail process to Francine Raxenberg,
65 Joyce Lane, Woodbury, NY
11797. Purpose: Dentistry.
Legal Notice # 21450647
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT COUNTY
OF NASSAU
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR NOMURA ASSET ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION
MORTGAGE
PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-AF2, Plaintiff
AGAINST
JOSEPH CHERNILAS and
SHAUL HORAN, et al.,
Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated August 28, 2015 I, the
undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at the Calendar Control Part (CCP)
Courtroom of the Supreme
Court, 100 Supreme Court
Drive, Mineola, NY 11501, on
February
05,
2019
at
11:30AM, premises known as
22 SHORE PARK ROAD,
GREAT NECK, NY 11023. All
that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying and being
in the Incorporated Village of
Saddle Rock, Town of North
Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York,
2-363-19.
Approximate
amount of judgment $2,019,
057.93 plus interest and
costs. Premises will be sold
subject to provisions of filed
Judgment for Index# 5183/
08.
Jennifer Ettenger, Esq., Referee
Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff
1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221
Legal Notice # 21440582
NOTICE OF SALE
CENTRAL ISLIP FEDERAL
COURT
DITECH FINANCIAL LLC,
Plaintiff
AGAINST
LAWRENCE MAJOR, SR. INDIVIDUALLY AND AS SURVIVING SPOUSE OF LEONORA
MAJOR,
et
al.,
Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated September 25, 2018 I,
the undersigned Referee will
sell at public auction at the
Lobby of the United States
Courthouse, EDNY, 100 Federal Plaza, Central Islip, NY,
on January 15, 2019 at
11:30AM, premises known as
7 MARTIN STREET EAST,
EAST
ROCKAWAY,
NY
11518. All that certain plot
piece or parcel of land, with
the buildings and improvements erected, situate, lying
and being in the Town of
Hempstead, County of Nassau and State of New York,
SECTION 42, BLOCK 28, LOT
18, 19. Approximate amount
of judgment $333,019.24
plus interest and costs.
Premises will be sold subject
to provisions of filed Judgment for Index# 17-cv-5340.
KATHRYN C. COLE, ESQ.,
Referee
Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff
1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221
Legal Notice # 21444968
RGSC, LLC, Arts. of Org. filed
with the SSNY on 11/
20/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: The Russell Friedman Law Group, LLP, 3000
Marcus Avenue, Ste 2E03,
Lake Success, NY 11042. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21445174
PUMPKIN DUNCAN, LLC,
Arts. of Org. filed with the
SSNY on 11/09/2018. Office
loc: Nassau County. SSNY
has been designated as
agent upon whom process
against the LLC may be
served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 52 Duncan
Road, Hempstead, NY 11550.
Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21447276
79 MACON LLC, Arts. of Org.
filed with the SSNY on 07/
13/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: Stewart Sternbach, 100 Merrick Rd, Ste
400 E, Rockville Centre, NY
11570. Purpose: Any Lawful
Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21454709
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF
PERSONAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned will sell, to
satisfy lien of the owner, at
public sale by competitive
bidding on 01/15/2019 at
[12:00 PM] online at www.
StorageAuctions.com at the
Safeguard Storage facility located at:
Safeguard Self Storage
6000 Sunrise Highway
Massapequa
New
York
11758
The personal goods stored
therein by the following:
Unit # Tenant Name
1330 Aurelia Z. Monia; 1512
Kaitlyn T. Emory; 2605 Donald J Shremshock; 3351
Deidra Gither.
Purchases must be paid at
the facility with Credit Card
or Cash. All Purchases must
be complete within 72 hours
of the end of the online auction. A $100.00 cash cleaning
deposit is required until all
items in the unit are removed from the premises
and verified by the manager
on duty. Sale subject to cancellation until the purchase
is completed; company reserves the right to refuse
any online bids.
Auction by StorageAuctions.
com
Phone: (866) 944-8530
Legal Notice # 21445195
LOCUST VALLEY GARMENT
CARE, LLC, Arts. of Org. filed
with the SSNY on 11/
08/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: Christopher A.
Padilla, Tres Bon Dry Cleaners, 1085 Willis Avenue,
Albertson, NY 11507. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21445207
COASTAL CARE LLC, Arts.
of Org. filed with the SSNY
on 09/24/2018. Office loc:
Nassau County. SSNY has
been designated as agent
upon whom process against
the LLC may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to:
Lauren Kelly, 334 W Olive St,
Long Beach, NY 11561. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21446792
Notice of Formation of Prom
Holdings LLC. Art. of Org.
filed with Secy. of State of
NY(SSNY) on November 20,
2018. Office location: Nassau County, SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon
whom process against it
may be served. SSNY shall
mail copy of process to: 8
Harbor Court West, Roslyn
Harbor, New York 11756. Purpose: any lawful activity.
Legal Notice # 21447290
2ND AVE HOLDINGS ESTATE LLC, Arts. of Org. filed
with the SSNY on 07/
27/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: Stewart Sternbach, 100 Merrick Rd, Ste
400 E, Rockville Centre, NY
11570. Purpose: Any Lawful
Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21447372
CHOBE PROPERTIES AFRICA USA LLC, Arts. of Org.
filed with the SSNY on 08/
03/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process
to:
Stewart
Sternbach, 100 Merrick Rd,
Ste 400 E, Rockville Centre,
NY 11570. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21447540
Notice of Formation of
Waterview Capital Holdings
LLC. Arts of Org. filed with
New York Secy of State
(SSNY) on 11/28/18. Office
location: Nassau County.
SSNY is designated as agent
of LLC upon whom process
against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to:
305 Northern Blvd, 203,
Great Nck, NY 11021. Purpose: any lawful activity.
Legal Notice # 21454497
162 West Windsor LLC, Arts
of Org. filed with Sec. of
State of NY (SSNY) 12/
27/2018. Cty: Nassau. SSNY
desig. as agent upon whom
process against may be
served & shall mail process
to Todd Ingrilli, 2203 Jones
Ave., Wantagh, NY 11793.
General Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21454613
TO THE TAXPAYERS OF
THE EAST MEADOW
FIRE DISTRICT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of Fire Commissioners of the EAST
MEADOW FIRE DISTRICT,
Town of Hempstead, County
of Nassau, State of New
York, has set the following
date of January 3, 2019 for
the organizational meeting.
The Board will meet at the
District office located at no.
197 East Meadow Avenue,
East Meadow, New York beginning at 6:00 pm. The general public is welcome to attend and observe the meeting.
Dated: December 31, 2018
Board of Fire Commissioners
East Meadow Fire District
Town of Hempstead
ATTEST:
DIANE BARTONE
Secretary
Legal Notice # 21447402
467 LINCOLN LLC, Arts. of
Org. filed with the SSNY on
07/13/2018. Office loc: Nassau County. SSNY has been
designated as agent upon
whom process against the
LLC may be served. SSNY
shall mail process to: Stewart Sternbach, 100 Merrick
Rd, Ste 400 E, Rockville
Centre, NY 11570. Purpose:
Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21449549
JNHA LLC, Arts. of Org. filed
with the SSNY on 12/
05/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: The LLC, PO Box
3557, New Hyde Park, NY
11040. Purpose: Any Lawful
Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21450941
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE OF
COOPERATIVE APARTMENT
SECURITY
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, by
virtue of a default in a Proprietary Lease between Valley
Park Owners Corp. (?Secured
Party?, hereinafter referred
to as ?Lessor?) and Stephanie Falconer (hereinafter referred to as ?Lessee?), in accordance with its rights as
Lessor pursuant to the Proprietary Lease and By-Laws
of the Apartment Corporation, the Lessor, by VICTOR
RAWNER, DCA #1224356,
Auctioneer, will conduct a
public foreclosure sale of the
security consisting of 182
shares of capital Shares of
Lessor, all rights, title, and
interest in and to a Proprietary Lease to Apartment 4, in
the building known as and by
988 Fenwood Drive, Valley
Stream, New York 11580. The
sale will be held on Tuesday,
January 15, 2019, at 10:30 A.
M., at the front steps of the
Nassau County Courthouse of
the State of New York, located at 262 Old Country Road,
Mineola, New York 11501.
Lessor reserves the right to
bid, to set the minimum
sales amounts for each cooperative security, and to reject any and all bids. Lessor
makes no warranties or representations and the apartment is sold in its current as
is condition, subject to the
terms of sale. Ten (10%) percent deposit by bank or certified check is required at the
auction and must be made
payable to Forchelli, Curto,
Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo &
Terrana, LLP. Balance due
upon closing within thirty
(30) days. Each bidder will
have to make his or her own
inquiry regarding the apartment and any liens or debts
in connection therewith. The
successful purchaser shall be
required to reside in and occupy the premises.
Such sale shall be subject to
the terms of the sale.
Dated: December 13, 2018
Forchelli,
Curto,
Deegan,
Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana,
LLP
The Omni
333 Earle Ovington
Boulevard, Suite 1010
Uniondale, New York 11553
Tel: (516) 248-1700
Legal Notice # 21451026
MAPLE AVENUE DEVELOPERS, LLC, Arts. of Org. filed
with the SSNY on 12/
14/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: The LLC, 204
Westbury Avenue, Carle
Place, NY 11514. Purpose:
Any Lawful Purpose.
Legal Notice # 21454499
DWRW Real Estate LLC,
Arts of Org. filed with Sec.
of State of NY (SSNY) 12/
24/2018. Cty: Nassau. SSNY
desig. as agent upon whom
process against may be
served & shall mail process
to 109 Country Club Dr., Port
Washington, NY 11050. General Purpose.
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Legal Notice # 21454570
Notice of formation of Song
& Dance, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York
(SSNY) on December 7,
2018. Office location: Nassau
County. Principal business location: 31 Dosoris Way, Glen
Cove, New York 11542.
SSNY is designated for service of process. SSNY shall
mail copy of any process
served against the LLC to
the LLC?s Registered Agent
(who may also accept service of process against the
LLC):Legalinc Corporate Services Inc. (LCSI), 1967 Wehrle
Drive, Suite 1 #086, Buffalo,
New York 14221. Purpose:
any lawful purpose.
Legal Notice # 21444878
TILEBAR LLC, Arts. of Org.
filed with the SSNY on 11/
19/2018. Office loc: Nassau
County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
be served. SSNY shall mail
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by: Nassau University Medical Center - 2201 Hempstead
Tpke. East Meadow, New
York 11554 at the Purchasing Office, ?G? Building, 2nd
floor at 2:00 pm on the date
indicated: BID #: MC8701249-5281 Title: Tree Pruning, Removal and Grounds
Maintenance Opening Date:
January 24, 2019 All bids
must be made on Nassau
Health Care Corporation bidding sheets only, subject to
all terms, conditions and detailed specifications. Bids
may be obtained at the
above address.
Legal Notice # 21443347
Notice of formation of Event
staffing by Nancy LLC. Article of organization filed with
the Secretary of State of
New York SSNY on 11/14/
2018. Office located in Nassau County. SSNY has been
designed for service of process. SSNY shall mail copy of
any process served against
the LLC 39 Cedarlawn Blvd
Valley Stream NY 11580. Purpose: any lawful purpose.
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The entire production is
shrouded in super-secrecy. Even
the families of the participants
don?t know they?re one of the
masked singers. ?No one knows
who any of these people are,?
Cannon says. ?So even when
they drive onto the lot, it?s, like,
Secret Service is taking them
into this cave.?
Cannon, who?s hosted shows
like ?America?s Got Talent? and
?Wild n? Out,? insists, ?I don?t
host anything unless I?m thoroughly enjoying it. So when I
saw the tapes, I said, ?That looks
like a good time. It looks so
much fun.? I get to wear my
crazy shoes and outfits and
don?t seem out of place,? he says.
?It?s not just a singing competition. It is a mystery show. It has a
game element. It?s extremely
hilarious. It?s the true essence of
what variety is. And anything
you have ever seen me do in my
career, I like to be able to implement everything I do as a multifaceted entertainer.
?So, if I can be a part of something that?s music-based and
comedy and being able to be a
master of ceremonies ? and I
am very meticulous about the
things that I choose to host
because . . . sometimes that
experience can get mundane.
But if you can be a part of something where it just feels larger
than life, like this show.?
offthewall
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t?s hard to imagine a celebrity
who?s eager to perform anonymously. But that?s exactly
what?s happening when Fox
unveils its new show, ?The
Masked Singer? (Wednesday at
9 p.m. on Channel 5).
Garbed in outlandish costumes that obscure their identity, famous stars compete on
the stage with others equally
anonymous, while a panel and
the audience try to blow their
cover.
The show, which is a gigantic
hit in Asia, pits 12 ?singers?
against each other ? two performing opposite each other in
segments. One singer will be
eliminated each week and will,
at last, reveal their identity. The
contenders aren?t all singers,
either. According to Nick Cannon, who hosts the show, rivals
represent 65 Grammy Award
nominations, 16 Emmy Award
nominations, 16 multi-Platinum
Awards, four Super Bowl titles
and four stars on the Hollywood
Walk of Fame.
The studio panelists include
Jenny McCarthy, Robin Thicke,
Ken Jeong and Nicole
Scherzinger, who oversee the
performances and try to guess
who the secret singer is. McCarthy says the talent behind the
elaborate costumes could be
executing a routine they?ve
never done before. ?They could
be an actress that we never knew
had a singing voice,? she says.
?So that?s what was so fun in
trying to figure out who they
were, because a lot of them
looked like they?d been doing
this for their whole lives, and we
found out this was the first time
they?ve done it onstage.?
Jeong, who starred in his own
sitcom, ?Dr. Ken? on ABC, says
he wanted to participate because the Asian version is his
mother?s go-to show. ?I?m Korean, and this is my mother?s
favorite show in Korea. No joke,?
he says. ?So when Fox invited
me to be a part of this show, it
was as simple as that. My mom
was like, ?You HAVE to do this
show.? And she showed me all
these YouTube clips. It?s like
billions of views on these
YouTube clips. And I was like,
?I?m in.?
?Throughout filming the
series I think I represent the
eyes and ears of kind of the
untrained musical eye and ear of
the viewer,? he continues. ?And
I?m just swept away by being
connected with these performers. Because, for me, the metric
was, ?Do I want to see this performer go to the next round?? I
mean, that?s a little bit arbitrary.
But that, to me, is connection.?
NOVA: PLUTO AND BEYOND (9 p.m., WNET/13) ? Season
premiere: New Horizons attempts to fly by an object known as Ultima
Thule, believed to be a primordial building block of the solar system, on
New Year?s Day. The spacecraft is now 4 billion miles from Earth.
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GORDON RAMSAY?S 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK (8 p.m.,
Fox/5) ? Season premiere: An investigation at the Trolley Stop
Cafщ, a classic Cajun-inspired New Orleans restaurant, reveals an
absentee owner is to blame for the staff?s lack of communication
and discipline.
AMERICAN MASTERS: JAMES WATSON (10 p.m., WNET/13)
? A look at the life of Cold Spring Harbor?s Nobel Prize-winning
biologist James Watson, the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA,
and his impact on science.
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Inside Out HHH? (Children?s). Voices of Amy Poehler. (PG)
356 608 362 Spiderwck Chr
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
Double Dare
Double Dare
Invader Zim
Invader Zim (12:02)
124 263 255 Nicky, Ricky
World of Gumball
Samurai Jack ?III?
American Dad
American Dad
Bob?s Burgers
Bob?s Burgers
Family Guy
Family Guy
Rick and Morty
128 61 257 Teen Titans Go!
M*A*S*H
Everybody Loves Raymond ?Call Me Mom?
Everybody Raymond
Everybody Raymond
Two and a Half Men
Two and a Half Men
The King of Queens
The King of Queens
34 85 241 M*A*S*H ?Lil?
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SportsCenter
(6) NBA From Jan. 30, 1996.
College Football From Jan. 2, 1989.
College Football From Jan. 2, 1997.
(6:30) College Basketball Seton Hall at Xavier.
College Basketball DePaul at Villanova. From Finneran Pavilion in Villanova, Pa.
Hoops Extra
Speak for Yourself with Whitlock and Wiley
Red Bull Crashed Ice From Moscow.
Red Bull Crashed Ice
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Golf Channel Acad.
Inside the PGA Tour
PGA Tour Golf From Plantation Course at Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii.
Golf Central
Intentional Talk
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Mr. Baseball HH (Comedy). Tom Selleck. Aging New York Yankee gets traded to Japan. MLB Tonight
uTexas Metal ?Extra Large & Supercharged? uFantomWorks ?Brick by Bricklin?
FantomWorks ?Fast & Dangerous?
Texas Metal ?Buckin? Bronco?
FantomWorks ?Beast Mode?
NBA G League Basketball Fort Wayne Mad Ants at Westchester Knicks.
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(6) Fight Sports From April 1, 2017.
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NFL Football Teams TBA.
NFL Total Access
(6:30) NHL Tonight
2019 IIHF World Junior Championship Third Quarterfinal: Teams TBA.
2019 IIHF World Junior Championship
(6:30) Mets Classics May 23, 1998 - Mike Piazza?s first game as a Met.
Broadway Boxing
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Twister HHH (Action). Helen Hunt. Storm chasers race to test a new tornado-monitoring device. (PG-13) Double Jeopardy HHH (Suspense). Tommy Lee Jones. (R) (1:10)
(5) The Matrix Reloaded HHH (R)
Counterpart Yanek probes Howard?s past. Tyler Perry?s I Can Do Bad All By Myself HH? (Comedy-Drama). Tyler Perry. (PG-13)
(6:49) Higher Learning HHH (Drama, 1995). Omar Epps, Kristy Swanson. (R)
Star Trek Generations HH? (Science Fiction). Patrick Stewart, William Shatner. (PG) Star Trek: First Contact HHH (Science Fiction). Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes. (PG-13)
(6) Push H? (Suspense). Chris Evans.
(5:35) Gravity (PG-13) Lone Survivor HHH (War, 2013). Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Eric Bana. (R)
Lone Survivor HHH (War). Mark Wahlberg. Taliban fighters in 2005 Afghanistan attack four Navy SEALs. (12:05)
Magical Christmas Ornaments (Romance). Jessica Lowndes, Brendan Penny. (NR)
Return to Christmas Creek (Drama, 2018). Tori Anderson, Byron Abalos. (NR)
A Christmas to Remember (Drama). (1:00)
uVICE News Tonight
(5:40) Rampage
Never Been Kissed HH (Romance-Comedy). Drew Barrymore, David Arquette. (PG-13) Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean
Fifty Shades Freed H? (Romance). (12:40)
(5:55) There?s Something About Mary (R)
Game Night HHH (Comedy, 2018). Jason Bateman. (R)
Blockers HHH (Comedy, 2018). Leslie Mann, Ike Barinholtz, John Cena. (R)
The Shop (12:05)
(6:20) Land of the Lost H? (Comedy).
The Terminal HHH (Comedy-Drama). Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones. (PG-13)
Bad Parents (Comedy-Drama, 2012). Janeane Garofalo, Christopher Titus. (NR)
The Girl Next Door HH? (Romance-Comedy). Emile Hirsch, Elisha Cuthbert. (R)
Pitch Perfect 3 HH (Musical Comedy). Anna Kendrick. (PG-13)
En el Sщptimo dэa (Drama). Fernando Cardona. (NR) (12:20)
(5:45) Wonder Woman HHH (Action).
Arthur HH (Romance-Comedy, 2011). Russell Brand, Helen Mirren. (PG-13)
Analyze This HHH (Comedy). Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal. (R)
Ideal Home (1:20)
Road House HH (Action, 1989). Patrick Swayze. A legendary bouncer agrees to tame a notorious gin mill. (R) Road House HH (Action). Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch. (R) (1:30)
(5:30) S.W.A.T. HH? (Action). (PG-13)
The Usual Suspects HHH? (Suspense, 1995). Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne. (R)
Out of Sight HHH (Crime Drama, 1998). George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez. (R)
(5:30) Thirteen Days HHH Kevin Costner.
(6:35) War for the Planet of the Apes HHH? (Science Fiction). Andy Serkis. (PG-13)
Kong: Skull Island HHH (Adventure). Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson. (PG-13)
Primeval H? (Suspense). (R) (12:35)
uJohnny Carson: Cashed Out
David Letterman: Stalked
Joan Rivers: Her Final Days
David Letterman: Stalked
Joan Rivers: Her Final Days
(6:05) The Break-Up HH Vince Vaughn.
Maid in Manhattan HH (Romance-Comedy). Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes. (PG-13)
The Back-up Plan H? (Romance-Comedy). Jennifer Lopez.
Spotlight (R) (2:00)
(6:15) The Eyes (Crime Drama). (NR)
Donnie Darko HHH (Science Fiction, 2001). Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone. (R)
CQ HH (Comedy, 2001). Jeremy Davies, Angela Lindvall. (R)
Lady Psycho Killer
(6:45) A Bad Moms Christmas HH (Comedy). Mila Kunis. (R)
Snatch HHH (Comedy-Drama, 2000). Benicio Del Toro. (R)
Crank HH? (Action, 2006). Jason Statham, Amy Smart. (R)
Pimp (NR) (1:15)
Wild Hogs H? (Comedy). Tim Allen. Four friends take a motorcycle road trip. (PG-13) Boomerang HH (Comedy, 1992). Eddie Murphy, Halle Berry, Robin Givens. (R)
What?s Love Got to Do With It HHH (1:00)
American Dream / American Knightmare
Ray Donovan Ray goes on the warpath.
Inside the NFL
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Along Came a Spider HH (Mystery, 2001). Morgan Freeman, Monica Potter. (R)
Country Strong HH? (Drama, 2010). Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw. (PG-13)
Shock and Awe HH (Drama). (R) (12:35)
Great Expectations HH? (Drama, 1998). Ethan Hawke, Gwyneth Paltrow. (R)
Call Me by Your Name HHH? (Romance, 2017). Armie Hammer. (R) (12:17)
(6:17) Bounce HHH (Romance). (PG-13)
Jeepers Creepers HH? (Horror). Gina Philips, Justin Long. (R)
Saw HH? (Horror). Cary Elwes, Danny Glover. (R) (12:22)
Red October
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem HH (Science Fiction, 2007). (R)
Knight Rider Old love accused of killing boss. Friday Night Lights
The Wrestler HHH? (Drama). Mickey Rourke, Marisa Tomei. (R) Carrie HHH? (Horror). Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie. (R) (12:22)
U-571 HH? (Suspense, 2000). Matthew McConaughey, Bill Paxton. (PG-13)
The Good Shepherd HH? (Drama, 2006). Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie. A founding member of the CIA places duty above family. (R)
(6:51) The Virginian ?Hideout?
Garden of Evil HHHH (Adventure, 1954). Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward. (NR)
Comanche Territory H? (Western). (NR)
Buffalo Bill HH? (Biography). (NR) (12:43)
Criminal Minds ?A Place at the Table?
Criminal Minds ?Mr. Scratch?
Criminal Minds The BAU tracks a vigilante. Criminal Minds Kate?s niece is kidnapped. Criminal Minds Four women are kidnapped.
(6) Old Acquaintance HHH (Drama). (NR)
On the Waterfront HHHH (Drama, 1954). Marlon Brando, Eva Marie Saint. (NR)
A Streetcar Named Desire HHHH (Drama). Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh. (PG) (12:15)
(6:25) Operation Odessa (Documentary). (NR) Marshall HHH (Historical Drama, 2017). Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad. (PG-13)
Madea?s Family Reunion HH? (Comedy). Tyler Perry, Blair Underwood. (PG-13)
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