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Trump exhorts Republicans to ‘get 
tougher’ against impeachment inquiry 



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"They want to impeach. 
And They want to do it 
as quick as possible. And 
that's pretty much the sto¬ 
ry." 



Several Republican 
senators have criti¬ 
cized Trump. 


IVe-sident ]>inEiJd 
Tmnip on Mcinday ex¬ 
horted fellow K.epub]icEins. 
to get tougher and fight 
for him, (jawing the Denv 
tJtrudc-led U.S. Home of 
RepresenUidves wanLi? to 
impeach him "lls quick as 
po-siible" OH.^er his request 
that Ukraine investigtite a 
political rival. 

Trump made his ajin- 
ments during a White 
Home Ctbinet meeting 
as DemocTuLi sought 
to build public support 
for their fast-moving 
impeiichment inquiry^ 
and the adininislration 
pressed its effort.^ to 
slonewiiU a probe that 
threaten.s his presidency. 

Republican law¬ 
makers have showTi Lin 
inciiiiaticin lo remove 
Trump from office. But 
Trump has tome under 
sharp criticism from Re¬ 
publican Senator Mitt 
Rtmmey. 

And other Repiibiicam 
have expressed misgiv¬ 
ings about [rump poli¬ 
ties. inclnding criticism 
by Senate Majority Leader 
Mitch .McConnell and 
Senator Lindsey Graham 
of his uathdrawal of U.S. 
Utxjps in northeastern 
Syria. e.xpt)sing U.S.-allied 
Kurdish fighters to a Turk¬ 
ish CT<]s&-b(3nler offensive. 

Approval of article.s 
of impeachment in the 
House would ptompt a 
triiil in the Republican-led 


Senate on whether to re- 
mtjve Trump frcmi office. 
Trump is seeking re-elec¬ 
tion next year. 

Asked if it is a foregone 
conclusum that Htime 
DeniocTals will vote to 
tm^^each him. Trump SEiid 
that ‘‘Lhe;^^'re not going to 
beat me in the election, 
so of couTxe they wiint to 
impeach" 

“They want to inv 
peath. i'\nd they want to 
do it as quick lls possible. 
And thiit's pretty much 
the story," Tmmp added. 

"The Republicans have 


Donald Trump 

lo get tougher and fight. 
VVe hiive stjme ttuit are 
great fighters, but they 
hiive to get tougher and 
fight, because the Demo¬ 
crats Eire trying lo hurl the 
Republican Party before 
the election," Trump said. 

Trump said the Demo¬ 
crats axe "ricitjus itnd they 
slick together." 

“They ckm't have Mitt 
Romney in their midsl. 
They tlon't ha^'e people 
like that. Thejf stick to¬ 
gether," Trump added. 

In an interview aired 
with “Axios on HBO” 


Rc3mney denounced 
Tiump's requests Lo 
Ukraine and China to 
investigEile Eiden, ques- 
titjned Trump’s character, 
crilLcized fua decision 
lo "abandon" Kurdish 
Lillies in the S>Tia war 
and deplored his hush 
money pa^unenl lo an 
adult film star. Romney 
was the 3013 Republicun 
presidential nominee. 

Trump, a wealthy real 
esrtite developer, also 
said serving as presi¬ 
dent has personally cijst 
him %2 billion to is bil 
lion dolkirs. Thump also 
expressed annoyance at 
haring to reverse his deci¬ 
sion to stage the Croup of 
Sev^en summit in June at 
his Trump National Doral 
golf resort in the Miami 
area. His plan to host the 
international gathering at 


a business he tjwms was 
criticized by Democrals 
and Republicans who said 
it gave the impression he 
was pnjfiting from being 
president. 

Acting White House 
budget directoi' Russell 
Voughl said birth he and 
Michael DuJl'ey, associ¬ 
ate director for naliontil 
sectirity programs at the 
Office of Management 
and Budget, would not 
pnmcle deposititjns to the 
coininittees leading the 
impeachment inquiry^ in 
[he Demcoatic-led House. 

Duffey had been sched¬ 
uled to testily behind 
closed doors on Wednes¬ 
day as DemoQ-ats scruti¬ 
nize Tmmp's deci.sion to 
withhold .S391 million in 
securit),^ aid to UkiEune be¬ 
fore he asked iis president 
to investigate former VTce 


Ihesident Joe Biclen. 

Other current and 
firrmer administration 
officials have defied 
VVTiite Himse demands 
tliat they not cooperate 
with the inquiiyc which 
threatens Republican 
Trump's presidency. An¬ 
other round of crucial 
testimony is set for this 
week, including by Bill 
Taylor, the top U.S. diplth 
mat in Ukraine, on Tues¬ 
day. 

House Democrats re¬ 
leased a fact sheet and 
video to try to make 
their case for impeach¬ 
ment, drawing on infor¬ 
mation already made 
public about file Ukraine 
scandal. The impeach¬ 
ment inc|ULry focuses on 
Tirump pressuring a vtil- 
neruble foreign ally to 
interfere to his benefit 
in the 3030 US. presiden¬ 
tial election by prtjriding 
political dirt on Bideri, 
a leading contender for 
the Democratic nomina¬ 
tion to face Trump. 

At issue is a June 
phtme call in which 
Trump asked Ukniinian 
PicrsidenL Volodymyr 
Zelensky to inve-sLigate 
Bidcn and his son Hunt¬ 
er Biden, w^ho had been 
a director of a Ukrainian 
eneigjf company, as well 
as a discredited theory 
that L'kiaine, and not 
Russia, interfered in the 
3Di6 U.S. election. U.S, 
intelligence tigencies 
and a speciEil counsel 
liave concluded that Rus¬ 
sia used a campaign of 
hacking and propaganda 
to boost Trump’s candi- 
daev. HjyiRs 


‘Pierre Delecto’ Mitt Rom¬ 
ney admits Twitter alter 


Drugstore drenes: UPS will 
fly CVS scripts to emtomers 


Russian group hijacked 
Iranian spying operation 


Republican Senator 
Mftt Romney has 
admitted to using 
a secret Twitter account 
under the pseudonym 
"Pierre Delecto" to follow 
politicians, journaUsts and 
fan accounts for himself. 
Slate Magazine reported. 
Romney mentioned his 
use of the secret account 
in a profile published in 
the Atlantic on Sunday, 
referring to himself as a 
"lurker'" for surrepfifiously 
following the political 
conversation on social me¬ 
dia. After a Sbte reporter 



identified Romney’s secret 
account urvder the nante 
"'Pi erne Delecto," Romney, 
who represents Utah, 
confirmed to the Atlantic 
that the account was 
his. "C'est moi," Romney 
said in confirmation over 
the phone, the Atlantic 
reported. Representatives 
for Romney were not 
immediately available for 
comment, rejtoh 


United Parcel Service 
Inc's new Flight 
Forward drone unit 
will soon start home pre¬ 
scription delivery From 
CVS Health Corp.The 
service, which will debut 
in one or two U.S. cities 
in the coming weeks, 
shows how the world's 
bi g g est pa reel d eli very 
company is expanding 
the reach of its upstart 
drone delivery service 
beyond hospital campus¬ 
es. UPS Chief Strategy 
and Transformation Of¬ 
ficer Scott Price said the 


Atlanta-based companyi 
which owns 251 aircraft 
and charters nearly 
30Q more, said "Flight 
Forward will work with 
new customers in other 
industries to design 
additional solutions for 
a wide array of last-mile 
and urgent delivery chal¬ 
lenges." UPS this month 
wori the U.S. govern¬ 
ment's first approval to 
operate a drone airline, 
taking a lead over rivals 
tike Amazon.com Inc 
and Alphabet Inc's Wing, 

If urns 




4 Russian hackers 
piggy-backed on an 
Iranian cyber-espio- 
nage operation to attack 
government and industry 
organizations in dozens 
of countries ^vtiile mas¬ 
querading as attackers 
from the Islamic Republic, 
British and U.S. officials 


said on Monday. The 
Russian group, known 
as “Turla"' and accused 


by Estonian and Czech 
authorities of operating 
on behalf of Russia's FSB 
security service, has used 
I ra nian tools and com¬ 


puter infrastructure to 
successfully hack in to or¬ 
ganizations in at least 2D 
different countries over 
the last 18 months, British 
security officia Is sai d, Th e 
hacking campaign, the 
extent of which has not 
been previously revealed^ 
was rrtost active in the 
Middle East but also in 
Britain, they said. A senior 
British GCHQ official said 
the operation show’s 
state-backed hackers are 
developing new attacks 
and methods to better 
cover their tracks. 










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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 32.2019 


Massachusetts vaping 
sales ban can stand 
but needs fixes: judge 










[The Vapor 

Association] regretted the 
ruling and would seek to 
block the ban, which the 
group has called an 
"existential threat’' to the 
state’s $331 million nicotine 
vaping products sector. 

Tony Abbciud, Vapor TechnoLogy Association 


judge takes cautious 
approach to vape 
ban legislation. 

A Massachii.setfs 
judge on MoniUiy de- 
dined to immediately 
halt a ban on the sale tjf 
vLiping pnxluLls adopted 
after an outbreak t)f e- 
dganeLte-relLiEed lung 
injuries, but he said the 
stale must redo the ban 
and get public comment 
this time. 

The ruling by Suffolk 
{bounty' Superior Court 


Judge Dcjuglas Wilkim 
in Boston was a partial 
victory for Republican 
Governor Charlie Baker, 
who ihmugh an executive 
order last month atlopted 
the toughest sales ban of 
any stiiie in response to 
the oulbreak. 

But Suliblk County Su¬ 
perior Court Judge Doug- 
liiii Wilkins said Baker 
likely overreached hia 
authority in issuing the 
order and said he wtjuld 
bar the stale from enforc¬ 
ing Che b[in tm nicoline- 
^tiping product sales un- 


REVriRS 

less sesTral defects were 
addressed. 

Wilkins nonetheless 
concktdetl that iininedi- 
ately halting the ban as Che 
indnslry trade group Vapor 
TechiMrlogy Association 
wanted through its lawsuit 
challenging ihe Se|Jt. 24 or¬ 
der “woukl tontnL™ne the 
public inleresL'^ 

The judge gave Bak¬ 
er's administration until 
Oct. 2B to reissue the tan 
through an emergency 
regulation and said the 
state must also provide 
a chance for vape shops 


and other members of the 
public to coinnicnt. 

And Wilkins siiid 
nothing in his i-uling 
would affect the ban’s 
apphcaciou to products 
containing THC, the psy- 
choaccLve ingredient in 
marijuana, which is legiJ 
in the state, or black iiiar- 
kel products. 

Lizzy Gujton. a spokes- 
womim for Baker, siud 
Ills adniinisaation main¬ 
tained the order was 


properly issued and was 
exploring nexi steps. 

Tony j'\bboud, VTA’s 
exeeutiw director, said it 
regretted the ruling and 
would seek to block die 
ban, which the group 
has called an "existcntLal 
threat" to the state's S3EH 
itiillion Liiccstine vaping 
products sector. 

Ac least 1.4'79 CKiga- 
rette-lcnked lung injury 
cases have been iiepoiled 
nationally to U.S. Centers 


for Disease Control and 
PrevciiLion. It says most 
cases have been linked to 
products ooncaining TllC, 
particularly those ob¬ 
tained off the street. 

In its lawsuit, Wash- 
ington-biised VTA aigued 
that Baker's emergency 
Older was an unconstilu- 
tiojiat ovciTcach and was 
arbitiaiy as ic claimed to 
target i™th vaping and 
tile oinbmak by banning 
all sales to anyone in the 
statE legaidk-ss of nge, 

Sic^feral other states, 
ijKluding Michigan, New 
York, Washington, CJn?gon 
and Rliode Tskuid, hav'e 
neeently moved to resti'ict 
sales of Elavond CH-'isar 
rettes, saying tliey pose a 
healdi risk to teenagers. 

Couits in New York, 
Oiegon and Micliigan 
have since ptit those 
states' bans on hold fol¬ 
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 32.3019 



Accident extends Orange Line 
shutdown into Monday commute 


The overnight 
accident involved 
two pieces of 
construction 
equipment. 



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■fhe MlilA’s pbnned 
Orange Line weekend 
shuEtloviTi spilled into 
the morning ajmmiite 
Monday, forcing thon- 
sands of ptissengenf onto 
shuttle buses or already- 
crowded alternative 
trains. 

Crews were unable 
to keep on schediile 
after an overnight ac¬ 
cident ‘‘involving two 
pieces of construction 



equipment.’^ said MKTA 
spokesman Joe I'tsa- 
turo. One worker sus¬ 
tained minor injuries 
in the incident, and an 
investigation is in prog¬ 
ress. 

Orange Line service 
was shut down between 
Sullivan Square and 
Tufts Medical Center 
as of 9:30 a.m. Shuttle 
buses replaced trains 
between Sullivan and 
Haymarket. For down¬ 
town Boston service, the 
MBTA asked passenger's 
to switch Icj the Green 
Line. 

Besaturo apologized 
for the disruption in 
service and did not 
provide an estimate 
for w^hen trains will 
resume running nor¬ 
mally, saying that track 


replacement work “is 
expected to continue 
through the rtish hour 
period." 


Following a recom¬ 
mendation by Gov. 
Charlie Baker, MBTA of¬ 
ficials have shut down 


swaths of the network 
for weekends this fall 
to accelerate main¬ 
tenance. Six straight 


weekends of Orange 
Line closures started at 
the beginning of the 
month. ’ 


The Big Quiet brings mass meditation to Boston 



■['he Big t^iiiiet is end¬ 
ing its IQ-city tour in 
Boston. The Big QiEiet is 
a mass meditatitm that 
combines wellness and 
popular culture. The Big 
Quiet is p;ut Eneditation 
and part concert. 

t>n Oct. 27, The Big 
Quiet will htjst an event at 
the Boston Public library. 
The experience will in¬ 
clude breLLthing exerdses, 
a mass SEJund meditation, 
ciowd-pow^ered vcx.al ton¬ 
ing and even some speciiil 
musical perfonTuinces. 

Instead of making 
meditation a single per- 
stm activity, this event 
seeks to create a shared 
experience between the 


folks attending. I’he at¬ 
tendees range frrjm nE>n- 
meditiiLors to practicing 
meditators. The move¬ 


ment w^as started by^ a few 
friends in New^ York City, 
The groups of friends 
gathered in an apartment 


about five years ago and 
the movement has con¬ 
tinued to grow' ever since. 
A portion of the prci- 



Tkkets cost $ 3 ^, and 
include a Tuft & Needle 
tneditation pi [low. You 
can purchase your ticket 
at Event brite.com 


ceeds from this event 
will go towards The Big 
Quiet's social impact 
partnens, Kula for Kar¬ 
ma and ChotMJse. Kula 
for Karma is a thera¬ 
peutic mediation, yoga 
and stress management 
program to help chose 


recovering from issues 
inv'tilving mental health, 
trauma and addiction. 
Cho(30se is an organiza¬ 
tion focused on making 
CO 2 reduction easy for 
all. 

.Additionally, some of 
the p-roceeds will go to 
The Fund for the Boston 
Public Library, which 
is the philanthropic 
bninch of the library. 

The event will take 
place on Oct. 27 at 7 
p.m. at The Boston Pub¬ 
lic Libraryc Tickets cost 
$35 and include a Tuft 
^ Needle meditation pil¬ 
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of men with failing sex lives; no prescription wili be required 


By Ray Wihon 
Asmdated Healik Pjtss 

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sli[ni]lati''s the two most jinfiorTatil orgatis for great 
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The Rrain F.Teetion Cnnneetlori 

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n Jibe lie va llie sex drives. 

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during sex. 

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aiid iE doesn't even wujrk half tlie tijue. 

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anc.S a snrginj*, desire tor Sex. tlften, ftjis is all tm'n 
need to get going. And wlic’it taken regularly, itiany 
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I'litiical use survey (rial, l)r. ['Isiier and iiis Teatn are 
now offering Vasele in the US. And regardless of 
rile market, its sales are exploding. 

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briiid.s on llie new pill aiul acconlirtg to tfie 
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and anniSE’d tliriuigli the clay. The AJlticipalion 
before sex w-as aiinxing. They wiw also easily 
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positive, loo. 

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Ve.cei? is made' up of three specirtli/.eil 
injIR'dieiiTs; tvvio cltriieal sireng,TIf vasodilatni-s atid 
a palented ahsortnioti enhancer ofLetJ called an 
acc[*ierator. According tu an enortnons anumnt of 
chtiical data, each is vx’ry- safe. 

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What are the 
benefits of 
gardening for 
health? 

Acfordiog to 3 meta-analy¬ 
sis by Masashi Soga, 

Kevin Gaston and Yuichi 
Yamaura, who analyzed 
22 studies on the issue, 
gardening could reduce 
depreision, anrricty and 
stress. Keeping agiarden 
also reduces cortisol lerrels, 
wktiich is the hormone that 
is released due to stress. 




Plant Parents: 


the new children 


Animals are noL 
the only ones that 
genemtea whole 
culture around 
infancy - plants 
could also be 
treated like babies. 


lUZtANCHFIDOSMWN 
tetlersijtnernj L5 


There is a lot of buzz 
about how traciitional 
families are iransfcjr- 
ming’. Millennial5, due 
to variciua economic: 
and social fiictors, can 
not adapt to the models 
of presdous >?enenilions 
(high pric;e of housing, 
precarious labor niarkel, 


nevi^ forms of con.stimp- 
tion, ett.}^ including, {>f 
course, delaying pater¬ 
nity or igntrring it at all 
and taking care of pets 
instead ... or plants. 
Plants?! 

Yes, plants. In recent 
years, these have beco¬ 
me as important as pets. 
In Morth America alcj- 
ne. eamin,gs of the pet 
rniirket are expected to 
grow up ttj $281 billion 
by 2023y according to a 
study by Edge by Ascen- 
tial. There are also spe¬ 
cialized pages and T\vit- 
teraccounts that pi'ovide 
all kinds of ser%dces to 
animals. And many peo¬ 
ple consider themselves 
parents of their animals, 


calling them ''chil¬ 
dren.” 

Something simi¬ 
lar happens wdth 
pkmts; those who 
love Eo take care 
of them are now 
“Plant Parents.'* 
According to the 
latest report from 
the WGSM global 
macro-agency, it is a 
growing market with 
its own needs. 

Excessive urban 
growth and the 
fact of Living in 
an era of uncer¬ 
tainty make many 
millennials want 
to reconnect with 
nature and take care 
of plants 


AU PH{]T1>S ISTKK 


as a therapeutic me¬ 
thod. 

“This speaks of h£>w' 
the forms of consump¬ 
tion have changed. Be¬ 
fore we were buying 
spices or aromatic herbs, 
now we are gntjwing 
them at htjme ttJ k>wer 
the expenses” Mariale 

I "This 
speaks of 
how the 
forms of 
consump¬ 
tion have 
changed. 
Before we 
were buy¬ 
ing spices 
or aromatic 
herbs, now 
we are 
a rowing 
them at 
home to 
lower the 
expenses.” 

Mariale Pascua 


Pascua, El consultant at 
WGSN, expLuned to Me¬ 
tro. 

There are already 
petjple who define them¬ 
selves as “Plant Parents ” 
Insliigram already featu¬ 
res more LhEin 9,000 pu¬ 
blications using the tenn 
and the images show^ all 
kinds of plants that gniw 
in urban and small spa¬ 
ces. There are also spe¬ 
cialized services on seve¬ 
ral websites to sow, grow 
and care for them, even 
with basic advice. And 
of course, you can find 
“Plantfluencers,” famtms 
for cultivating them. For 
example. The Sill has 
&0yk followers with a 
mott£> “#PlanlsMakePeo- 
pleHiippy/ The account 
shows plants in varkms 
spaces. There's a portal 
on which they sell them 
and give tips on liow to 
take care of them, just 
like The Sill, there ate 
several inftuencers w^ho 
want lo return green 
spaces and give kno'Wlcd- 
ge to those who want to 
have their c^wn pkmts, or 
'new children.’ 









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are here to ‘Devour You’ 





Tilt bacid was able to 
navigate cbesc waters 
with a sort of agj;;nes- 
sive prace on “Bevoui' 
You.” In some cases^ 
this is tbc most ag^jvs- 
sive and heav^^ tnate^ 
rial that the young band 
iias coniiiutted to tape 
yet. Songs like "'T'oy 
'['eenager” and "'J’ank 
Toil"" perfectly capture 
the restless psink en 
ergy of bands like X 
and The hastbacks. lint 
the album also shows 
a considerable growth 
towards expanding 
the band's sound, with 
touches of countiy- 
i ns pi red songrraft on 
songs like ''Mo More 
Pennies,” which finds 
them veering towards 
the dangerous and sen- 
timentai swagger of tiic 
Stones in their jirime 
" 70 ^ cowboy-soLil wor¬ 
ship. 

"It was interesting 
because when it came 
time to record, those 
were jnst like the demos 
that 1 made for the coun- 
riy-ish demos becaiLse 
we’d just been listening 


to a lot of country^-ish 
bandii. Anti i was actu¬ 
ally worried that no one 
was going to like them 
because you knowv it's a 
bit di^e^ent^'' explains 
Cash with a laugh. 

As the band has been 
constantly on the ro;id, 
their imit|ue sound and 
undeniable live show 
have attracted some 
attention from pretty^ 
high-piofile fans like 
Elton John, Beck, Fchj 
Fighters and Shirley 
Manstm of Garbage. For 
such a young bandn hash¬ 
ing such an upper-eche¬ 
lon .group of fans from 
the rock community is 
something that de Wil¬ 
de doesn’t think she'll 
ever get i].sed to. 

“I can't imagine ever 
Just gelling used to like, 
Mick Jagger, liking the 
album, No mailer who 
it is, it's never going to 
be on a first-name basis 
llaughsl." 

Alflke .s[(re to catcl't Etcir- 
fruwfep' til is VVednestltny 
October 23 at ONCE Bfdl- 
reom. l.'jfi ilcghlccrid Avt., 
■S’omen'iilr. 


much time because 
we’ve been on tour for 
the pasl couple of years 
on our first record.” says 
Cash about the record¬ 
ing of the record. "So 
basically our first break 
we had to write a whole 
record. And so we pretty 
nuicli just stuck [ogeth- 
er and see where we 
weix- at and after doing 
a bunch of demos and 
it's kind of just wliat 
came out, all that con¬ 
stantly being gone and 
just wanting to perfect 
our live show too.” 

But Lo strike that bal¬ 
ance is a iracky thing for 
most artists. As a band 
you want your albums 
to live on their own as 
a document sepii-i'‘Jte 
[fom your live show^ 
But if Vuu go witli the 
intention of decimating 


your audience night af- 
ler night, making an al¬ 
bum that lives up to the 
live show tan be a big 
mountain to climb for 
a iKind like Starcrawler. 
The band rips with ef- 
i‘icien-(^ onstage while 
de Wiide contorts and 
wails as if her lift de¬ 
pends on it. That kind 
of ferocity is something 
you can't necessarily 
bottle. 

"I wouldn’t w^a.nt a 


record to sound eoni- 
pletely raw or live, you 
know?” says de Wilde, 
whose thrilling and 
sometimes menacing 
stage presence makes 
Starcrawler such a cap¬ 
tivating force to bcdiold 
up close and personal, 
“You want |a| record to 
sound like a record. But 
afso I wouldn’t want it 
to sound too polished 
to where it’s not us any- 
inoreA 


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ing. If you've ever seen 
the band live, then you 
know that these young 
punks are hungry and 
determined to take tjver. 
Lead by the striking and 
dynamic front person, 
Amuw de Wilde — who 
is the daughter of himed 
rock photographer Au¬ 
tumn de VVilde and mu¬ 
sician Aaron Sperske 
— with guitarist and vo¬ 
calist Henri Cash, drum¬ 
mer Austin Smith, and 
bassist Timothy Franco, 
the band is making a big 
impression on the indie 
rcK'k scene all while 
being under the legal 
drinking age. With their 
sophomore effort, “De¬ 
vour You." the band has 
created an album that 
reaches for the ceiling 
while standing on its 
tippy-toes while tryong 
Lo gain its balance on a 
step ladder. From start 
to end, it is all at once 
dangerous, thrilling and 
SLLtisfying, You know, 
like how a great rock 
and roll album should 
be. 

“We didn't have that 


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YANNIS 


PHILIPPAKIS 


Metro chatted 
with the lead 
singer and 
guitarist of the 
British indie rock 
band Foals. 



JAME^tEifFlElCi tAm 

leher^fimefro.irt 


hoals have experiencctl 
a nicjit demanclin^^ 3019 
tlian most bands. The 
British njckers released 
their lilih studio album, 
“Ever>thin^ Nt)t Saved 
Will ^ Lost - Part I," in 
Nliirch and just sewn 
months later they are 
back with their sucth, 
■‘Everything Not Saved 
Will Be Lost-Part 2." 

bans should expert a 
much hearier follovvmp 
record as the band release 
their pent-up “feral, rock 
enepgj^" on the world, and 
frontman Yannis Philipixi- 
fcis pours his heart out 
abcjut worldwide ecokjgi- 
ca] and political perils. 

Philippakis was just 
millimeters av^iy from 
his guitar-playing daj's 
potentially being over kisl 
month ivhen his cxjusin 
atcidenlally slashed his 
hand at a family .gathering 
in Greece. But he will be 
pla\dng again when the 
bund tours next year. 

We met up with the 
33-year-old in a.south J.on- 
don pub - where he ssTote 
some of the recoid - to dis¬ 
cuss his love of Sir Da%id 
/Utenbonough dommenla- 
ries and hmv he hopes the 
new record will inspire 
people to mke better care 
of the environment. 

Hi Vannis, how is your 
hand? 


It was quite bad at the 
time but it's preLty much 
healed now. 1 hiKl sev-en 
sti tc hes across the fingers. 
Tve got quite a lot csf scar 
tissue I'm trying to sollen 
up and Pve got a bit of 
nervT damage in one ol' 
my fingers, but I can play 
guitLir line. Ifl had cut a 
tendon it w^tJukTve been a 
big problem. 1 wms lucky. 

^"If just one 
person out 
of 100 
becomes 
more aware 
about the 
environ¬ 
ment and 
about the 
precarious¬ 
ness of our 
situation 
then that's 
a good 
thing " 

what do you feel about 
the release of “Every¬ 
thing Not Saved Will Be 
Lost - Part 2 ." following 
the great reaction to 
“Part 1 ?” 

We always knew it was 
going to be an ainbitious 
Eind demanding year or 
so, but it (wls good to be 
on the cusp of releasing 
the whole picture. 1 feel 
like people have seen one 
half of a painting tind 
we're about to unveil the 
other half — and it wiU 
finally all make sense. 

■'Part 2" seems to be 
much heavier than ''Part 
1.'^ What was the reason 
for that? 

“Part 1" was much more 



a te.xtured, observational, 
contemplative listen 
in certain ways, more 
dance-like. '‘Part. 2" 
shtjws that tJther side tjf 
the band where it laps 
into that kind of feral, 
nock energy. It's more 
reflective of the current 
time. 

Many of the lyrics touch 
on aspects of ecologi¬ 
es I turmoil and politi¬ 
cal upheaval. What do 
you hope “Part z'' will 
achieve? 

I really want these 
records to be tethered in 
the here and now. Like, 
if you come back and 
listen to these records 
in 10 or 15 years' time 
they will be reflective of 
the anxieties of 3019. It's 
like the way We think 
{)f the Cold War now. 

It's hard to lalhom how 
terrified people were 
of nucleitr armageddon 
then became thttl thretic 
has been tHminished 
tmd there isn't a Cold 
War. One of the lulfilling 
things about the rectml 
is the discussions around 
the songs are more mean¬ 
ingful and pertinent to 
the cairrent climate. If 
just one person out of 
100 becomes more aware 
about the environment 
and about the precarious¬ 
ness of our situation then 
that's a good thing. 

How concerned are you 

about the planet? 

Ihere's no place that is 
safe. Thai's something 
that's been in my mind. 
There's not somewhere 
you c;in go to escape the 
perils IhiLt we face. I'm 
glad Sir David Attenbor¬ 
ough has gotten more 
involved in activism. 1 




Fexib. AUHMESDCimHIVJnD 


watch his docmrientaries 
;i lot and have done Iso] 
since I was a kid. He is 
like the voice of God in 
the heads of a lot of Brit¬ 
ish petjple. 

How are you feeling 
about heading bach on 
tour next year? 

i^lef this little break 
w^e win be raring to go. 
We’ve had quite a few 
disciLssitms in the band 
about trying to tour more 
suscairuibly. We're doing 
carbon olfselting. 

You've treated us with 
two albums in one 
year, but Foals fans are 
always hungry for more. 
When are you planning 
to write again? 

I'm keeping a Journal but 
not writing any music at 
the momen t. We have a 
few months off coming 
up, so I might try to gel 
into the studio and write 


vvdthfjut any kind of brief 
fusl experimenl a little. 
VVe still feel there are 
belter songs to write, 
but I'd be surprised if we 
went straight back into 
the studio after the tour. 

Foals have a new docu¬ 
mentary, "Rip Up the 
Road,” coming outin 


November. How does 
the band feel about it? 

We're a little terrified 
about it, actually. They 
got all access . It is going 
to be one hell ol'a thing. 
Tve nfjt seen it. I've only 
Seen the trailer, WTien 
I ItMjked at the trailer 1 
thought, ‘Jesus, thLil looks 
like bin.' 



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The Larry O'Brien 
Trophy is up for 
grabs as the new 
NBA season kicks off 
tonight. 


as Kyrie Irving, and not 
jusl because 1 believe 
Gordcm Hayward is 
going to have the best 
seastm of his career, 
and nut jusl because I 
believe jEiyson Tatum is 
going to be an .'Ml-NBA 
selection this season.. 

The main rea.sun why 
I'm so bullish on the 
Celtics is because oi' my 
faith in Danny Ainge. 

Thie Celtics stiU have 
enough assets (namely 
the Memphis first-round 
pick) leftover to make 
a major mow ahead 
of the February^ trade 
deadline. If Giannis 
Antetokounmpo and 
joe] Embiid are averag¬ 
ing around 85 points 
per game against the 
Celtics' big men early in 
the season (which they 
likely will}, Ainge will 
be making a move for 
a defensive-minded big 
man at the deadline. 

The Celtics' replace¬ 
ment for A1 Horford 
simply isn't on the 
team's roster ... yet. 

RniiJs pick: i^^;dkers 
uwr Celftn in 7 gumes 


Surprise, 

surprise 

jfe mentioned earlier. I kvc the 
Roriceti and Celtics to open sonic 
eyE-onthe champion^iip Lewi 
tills season, bui as for a lotleiy 
team that could snealt up and 
irako it into (he playaff pictuir^ 
Lets rolltvith tine Bulls. Chioaqo 
added 
Nonh 
Caralina 
product 
Cctiy 
White 
ivith the 
seventh 

oveiaLI pick in the draft, added 
a meran pnesence hBudefcus 
Young anda starting-caAiber pcHnt 
guard in Tomas Saftoranskv. 

They ako relurn Laud Mack- 
kanen. Zach LaVine. Kris Dunn, 
Qdlo Porter Jr. and Wendell Carter 
h. Cartes, the Bulk' seventh overall 
pick in 2011!; is getting some ma^r 
“Molt Improved Player" buzz 
heading Into ihe season. 

Let's say that Chicago grabs 
tlK-sw or seven slot in tlie Eastern 
Conference pla^'off picture this 
coming spring. 


MAn BURKE 

(i«JI llvw bu! <r(?irrel?ai.“^ 


Since 2016, NBA seu- 
Hon previews huve been 
about as btiring as Bill 
Belichick on an apple 
picking excursion. Each 
fall die Golden Stale 
Warritjra were absolute 
locks to win the title, 
as j 73-win team added 
arguably the best player 
in the game in Kevin 
Durant, 

Finally the Warriors' 
reign is over, and now 
we have an unprec¬ 
edented NBA landscape 
to start ihe season in 
which almost half the 
leiigue believes it can 
win the NBA champi¬ 
onship. Here are the 
teams that legitimately 
think they're in the title 
piclune for 2Q19-20: 

Clippers 

Lakers 

Bucks 

Sixers 

Rockets 

Warriors 


Tht! new MSfl kwks this wvek with tiembd WdlkcM in BDMun und Kniir IrVfOg Ki Bruoklyn. 


Jazz 

Nuggets 

Celtics 


Nets 

Trail Blazers 

Raptors 

Pacers 

Mavericks 

That's a whopping 
H teams in a JO-teiim 
league that believe 
they’re already there or 
they're one piece aw'ay 
from winning it all! 

We could see some 
record T\' ratings this 
season with so many 
teams on the fringe. 

NBA 

champiDnship 

The safe pick here is 
to go whth the Clippers 
or Ltkers to win the 
West and the Bucks or 
Sixers to win the East. 

But to hell with 
"safe'^ in what should 
be the wmekiest season 
in league history. Let's 
get Viuld! 

People are sleeping 
tm the Rfjckets el bit. 
Considering that they've 
consistently been the 
best non-WarriuTS 


team over the past five 
years. Year after year, 
the Rockets have been 
knocking on the door. 

They essentially 
replaced old man Chris 
Paul with a guy in the 
prime of his career 
w^ht) w^on an MVf^ three 
seasons ago. 

Remember that near¬ 
ly every' pundit thought 
that Daryd Morey and 
the Rtjckets were crazy 
t{] pair James Harden 
with Paul s'everiil years 
back, but that worked 
out swimmingly. 

Botumi line is that 
Russell Westbrook is 
a belter and younger 
player than Paul and 
Mike D'j-\ntoni is an of 
fensive mastermind thiil 
will be able W figure 
this thing out. 

As ftjr my East pick. 
I'm going to be a major 
ho mer here and say 
that the Celtics surpri se 
people and come out of 
the conference. 

The reason for this 
is not just because 1 be¬ 
lieve Kemba Walker is 
just as talented a player 


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Anthony Davis looks 
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the'Most Valuable 
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This one is hiiriy easy, as 
Anthony Da\is is n near 
lock tn win this thing. 

iJEivis checks fiI] the 
boxes for 

Does he have the 
polentiai for a career 
year statislicaUy? 
Absolutely, considering 
he TA'tmT always be the 
focal point for opposing 
defenses for the first 
time in his career, open¬ 
ing things Lip for mtjre 
points and more boards. 

Does he have some¬ 
thing to prove? 

Damn straight. He pos¬ 
sesses the talent to be 
the best player in the 
game as we saw two 
years ago when he was 
putting Lip 30 and 15 al¬ 
most every night doiwn 
the stretch. 

T he whole debacle in 
New^ Orleans this past 
year put a black eye 
on his reputation, but 
it’s t ime for Davis to 
remind everyone that - 
o n the basketball court 


- he can dominate this 
league. 

Will he be on a team 
capable ol wiiinirig 
over 60 games in the 
regular season? 

Oh yes. This will be the 
first time in years that 
LeBron James will be 
giving it his all during 
the regular season as 
he has had six months 
of rest after the Lakers 
missed the playolls. 

LeBron also owes 
it to his Klutch iports 
buddy to get him the 
M\'T and not take one 
more for himself, con¬ 
sidering how ridiculous 
things got last year 
with de facto Liikers GM 
Rich Paul sEibcjiaging 
the Pelicans’ season in 
an attempt tc3 get Davis 
to Lj^. a few^ months 
early. At this stage of his 
career, LeBron is smtirt 
enough to know that he 
needs Davis a lot more 
than Davis needs him. 

As lor some of the 
other M\^P candidates, 
here are some quick hit 
ansvi^ers on why theyTE 
come Lip short: 

Giaiims Atttetok- 
ourmipo 

Voter fatigue is real 
(Gianins won it this past 
season), and SO percent 
of the NBA national 
media is based in LA. 

Stepli Curry 


Curry may put up .some 
ridicTjlOUS IlLLElllK'l'S but 
there's a chance the 
Warrior's don't even make 
the pLiyoO's in the loaded 
W^est. You c“an't give the 
MVT to a player on ll team 
vvitli less tliati 45 wins. 


LcBtoii James 
For the first time in his 
career, LeBron is playing 
with a teammaLe that 
is better thaji he is. His 
stats will be phenom¬ 
enal, but his points per 
game total w^on't be on 
the satne level as Davis'. 


Kawlu Leonard 
“Load management" will 
take Kawhi out of the 
MVT running each and 
every year. Something 
tells me he's just fine 
skipping the regular 
•season individual award 
thing and narrowing his 
focus on championship 
nnRJi. 

Rookie of the 
Year 

If you're not betting 
on Pelicans star Zion 
Williamson to win ROY, 
j'ou're either Hying loo 
hard or you're thinking 
his Nikes are going to 
explode again and he's 
going to get injured. 

If you are of the belief 
diaL Zion is injury-prune, 
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