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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2017 



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It was very kind indeed of Prince Harry 
and Meghan Markle to wait until after 
the Thanksgiving holiday to announce 
their engagement. That's right: 

Prince Harry finally put a ring on it. 

On page 14, we have everything 
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engagement announcement, plus a 
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1 President Donald Trump 
said there was a "Pocahon¬ 
tas" in Congress during a 
meeting with Native American 
World War II veterans in an 
apparent derogatory reference 
to Massachusetts Democratic 
Sen. Elizabeth Warren. After 
listening to one veteran speak 
at length about his experience 
as a "Navajo code talker" during 
the war, Trump heaped praise 
on the veterans and said he 


would not give prepared remarks 
himself. "You were here long 
before any of us were here," 
Trump said. "Although we have a 
representative in Congress who 
they say was here a long time 
ago. They call her Pocahontas." 
Trump repeatedly referred to 
Warren as "Pocahontas," during 
his presidential campaign in a 
mocking reference to Warren's 
having said in the past that she 
had Native American ancestry. 


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oil fields to U.S. refineries with 


its proposed Keystone XL project, 
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TUMBLR FOUNDER DAVID 
KARP TO STEP DOWN 


Tumblr founder and 
CEO David Karp will step 
down after more than 
10 years at the helm of the 
blogging service, he said on 
Monday. "My decision comes 
after months of reflection on 
my personal ambitions, and at 
no cost to my hopefulness for 
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TO PREVENT SUICIDE 


Facebook Inc. will expand 
its pattern recogni¬ 
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countries after successful tests 
in the U.S. to detect users with 
suicidal intent, the world's 
largest social media network 
said on Monday. Facebook be¬ 
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2017 


Activists planning #HeToo rally, 
second Women’s March in NYC 


With next week’s 
#MeToo rally and 
January’s second an¬ 
nual Women’s March 
on New York City, the 
resistance has only 
gotten stronger. 


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NIKKI M.MASCALI 
@MetroNewYork 

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As the tumultuous year 
that was 2017 winds 
down, activists are look¬ 
ing ahead to the new 


year to keep the resis¬ 
tance going. 

Organizers have an¬ 
nounced that the second 
annual Women’s March 
on New York City will 
take place on Jan. 20, a 
year after the inaugu¬ 


ral Women’s March on 
Washington and its hun¬ 
dreds of sister marches 
became the largest co¬ 
ordinated protest in U.S. 
history with nearly five 
million participants. 

Though called the 


Women’s March, the 
2018 protest that starts 
at Columbus Circle will 
again demand equal¬ 
ity for all humans and 
raise awareness for en¬ 
vironmental issues in 
the wake of the Trump 
administration with the 
near-daily sexual alle¬ 
gations being brought 
against politicians, ce¬ 
lebrities, moguls and 
the like now added to 
the mix. 

“We must stand to¬ 
gether to demand and de¬ 
fend our rights. We will 
not be silent!” organiz¬ 
ers wrote on the march’s 
website. “Join us, and let 
your voice echo from the 
streets of New York City 
to the capital city. Show 
the world that red, white 
and blue are colors of 
tolerance.” 

More than 4,700 
people have RSVPed for 
the Women’s March, 
with another 30,000 in¬ 
terested in attending, 
but more will likely 
show up on Jan. 20 as 
this year’s inaugural 
march saw more than 
750,000 attendees in 
New York. 

As of today, there 
does not appear to be 
another Women’s March 
on Washington in the 
works for January. 

New York activists 


will not have to wait 
until January to make 
their voices heard on the 
city’s streets. 

On Saturday, Dec. 
9, a #MeToo rally will 
take place in Columbus 
Circle, named after the 
movement that went 
viral after actress Alyssa 
Milano urged women to 
use the hashtag to speak 
up and show how com¬ 
mon sexual harassment 
and assault are. 

“Silenced no longer, 
we rise to give voice to 
our experience and to 
change the tide of how 
sexual abuse victims 
are treated in America,” 
organizers wrote on the 
rally’s Facebook. “Let us 
stand and be counted to¬ 
gether to put an end to 
smearing anyone who 
dares to speak out, an 
end to questioning why 
we wait so long after our 
bodies, hearts, souls and 
psyches first suffered.” 

The #MeToo move¬ 
ment ignited after 
sexual harassment al¬ 
legations against Holly¬ 
wood producer Harvey 
Weinstein surfaced and 
opened the floodgates 
not only for women, but 
also men who have been 
victimized by preda¬ 
tory behavior and sexual 
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NEWS 5 


city officials mailing facelift for 
Broadway Inaction transit hnb 


The busy Brooklyn 
station, which sees 
about 100,000 
weekday straphang¬ 
ers, could become 
a destination with 
restaurants, 
retailers and more. 



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OMetroNewYork 

nikki.mascaii@metro.us 


One of Brookl 3 ni’s busi¬ 
est transit hubs may be 
poised for a facelift if a 
few city officials have 
their druthers, The 
New York Times report¬ 
ed Monday 

The New York City 
Economic Development 
Corporation (NYCEDC) 
is in the midst of a 
$ 200,000 study into 
possible development 
ideas for the borough’s 
third-busiest station, 
and plans could include 
making the station and 
surrounding neighbor¬ 
hood a destination with 
retail, office and educa¬ 
tional space. 

Additionally, a group 
of city officials is also 
working with the EDC to 
update the area around 
the multilevel Broad¬ 
way Junction station, 
spearheaded by Brook- 
13 m Borough Presi¬ 
dent Eric Adams and 
City Councilman Rafael 
Espinal Jr. 

“This is the time to 
think about how we can 
take advantage of this 


transit hub and turn it 
into a hub for the whole 
city,” NYCEDC President 
James Patchett told the 
Times. 

Broadway Junc¬ 
tion serves around 
100 , 000 -weekday strap¬ 
hangers, the Times re¬ 
ported, citing the MTA. 
It houses six subway 
lines — the A, C, J, Z, M 
and L — as well as buses 
and the Long Island Rail 
Road. Construction on 
the station began in the 
late 1800s, and it was 
last renovated in the late 
1990s. 

Broadway Junction is 
bordered by six Brookl 5 m 
neighborhoods — Bed- 
ford-StU 5 wesant, Browns¬ 
ville, East New York, 
C 3 ^ress Hills, Ocean Hill 
and Bushwick, which 
have historically been 
home to low-income 
and working-class black 
families. However, with 
the city’s population 
and rents continuing to 
climb, the area is seeing 
an influx of new New 
Yorkers. 

More than 200 blocks 
in East New York have 
been rezoned for afford¬ 
able housing, and city 
officials have designated 
more than $267 mil¬ 
lion to upgrade parks 
and infrastructure in 
the neighborhood. An 
existing industrial area 
also received a $16 mil¬ 
lion investment to en¬ 
tice more companies to 
come to the area. 

With the 15-month L 



Broadway Junction, Brooklyn's third-busiest transit hub, may become an area 
destination with restaurants, retailers and more, wikimedia/dantd 


train shutdown coming 
in April 2019, Broadway 
Junction is expected to 
become more crowded 
as riders will need to 
transfer to other trains 
at the station. 


While it’s unclear if 
the hulking station will 
be renovated as part of 
the revamping around 
Broadway Junction, 
MTA spokesman Shams 
Tarek told the Times the 


agency is working with 
the city and is “commit¬ 
ted to ensuring that our 
infrastructure and fa¬ 
cilities in East New York 
continue to keep New 
Yorkers moving.” 


“It looks exactly the 
same as when I was a 
kid,” Espinal told the 
Times. “It’s been a long 
time coming. I think this 
is going to be a turning 
point.” 



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Yankees president calls GOP 
tax plan a ‘swamp deal’ 



Yankees President Randy Levine at Trump Tower, cetty images 


Yankees President Randy 
Levine has told President 
Trump the GOP tax plan 
is a nonstarter. 

On Monday, the long¬ 
time Trump supporter 
called it a “swamp deal” 
that favors the rich and 
asked the president to 
redo it. 

“You ran on draining 
the swamp, not giving 
new life to it. You ran 
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real estate and oil and 
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distributions.” 

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voters who got him 
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dial back mortgage and 
propei^-tax deductions. 

“It is wrong to elimi¬ 
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tax, mortgage and inter¬ 
est deductions,” Levine 
wrote. “Hardworking 
people have relied on 
them for years, this is 
how they afford to buy 
homes and build nest 
eggs in the equity of their 
homes. These proposals 
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countless numbers of 
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tirement. These current 
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hve in the suburbs and 
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ington than it receives 
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them to lower state and 
local taxes or have none 
at all.” 

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port for the Republican 
tax plan, saying “some¬ 
times no deal is better 
than a bad deal.” 

“The good news is 
there is still time to fix it 
and make it better and 


more efficient,” Levine 
wrote. “But as Yogi Berra 
said, Mr. President, ‘it is 
getting late early.’” 

A vote on the plan 
may come as soon as 
Thursday. On Monday, 
Trump tweeted the 
bill was getting “great 
support” and said “With 
just a few changes, some 
mathematical, the middle 
class and job producers 
can get even more in 
actual dollars and savings 
and the pass through pro¬ 
vision becomes simpler 
and really works well!” 

Last week, the nonpar¬ 
tisan Tax Policy Center 
said the plan would cause 
50 percent of Americans 
to pay higher taxes by 
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properly, this can dramatically lessen knee 
pain for up to 6 months and much longer in 
many cases. 


And even better - if this treatment 
works for you the first time - it can be safely 
repeated when necessary and the results are 
often better for some. 

Like Threading A Needle? 

The key to this treatment being successful 
is actually getting the special lubricating gel 
directly into the joint where it can go to 
work. That’s why the doctors at NYC Pain 
MD use very advanced digital imaging that 
allows them to see directly into the joint and 
make sure the lubricating gel “hits the spot” 
and the treatment has the best odds for 
success. Studies show that doctors doing 
these types of procedures without this special 
imaging actually miss the joint space up to 
one third of the time! 



“I’ve had trouble with my knee walking. 
I’m a golfer and want to play golf but I couldn’t. 
I made the call and went and it’s the best thing 
I ever did. It’s just - now I can play golf, I can 
walk, I can climb stairs, I can do things I did 
many years ago”. 

“It’s the smartest thing ever did” “Since 
I’ve been going for the treatment for my knees I 
don’t’ take any pills, I take not over the counter 
medication..” 

“This a good alternative to surgery.” “I am 
so glad I went. I’m so confident I feel so good 
about it and I recommend It to everybody.” 
William La Spina . Golf Enthusiast 

(While NYC Pain MD cannot say all patients 
will respond like this we can say they are 
possible. Every patient is individual and results 
will vary, patient to patient.) 


Why Treatment Can Fail 

This is why viscosupplmentation can fail 
for some people. It is also why many knee 
arthritis sufferers come to NYC Pain MD 
after failed treatments elsewhere... and are 
finally able to get relief. It is not uncommon 
for patients to travel hours for the advanced 
treatments given at NYC Pain MD. 

Patients Should Be Assured About 
Prescsion Treatments 

ONE BIG MISTAKE we have heard 
about is to use digital imaging or ultra-sound 
to mark the knee and then shut off the 
imagining and then not use it during the treat¬ 
ment procedure.!!! This means the doctor 
did not actually see if the lubricating gel 
went exactly where it was intended. The 
only way to know for sure if the procedure 
was as accurate as possible - and the 
lubricating gel went precisely into the joint 
space - is to use the digital imaging during 
the entire procedure. You can actually see 
the lubricating: ^el as it g:oes where it in 

needed. If you did not actually see it on 
the digital imaging screen - you do not 
know for sure if you actually got the 
proper treatment. 

If you are going to have this treatment, 
make sure you ask your doctor if special 
digital imagining is used THROUGHOUT 
THE ENTIRE PROCEDURE. Notjustinthe 
beginning. If you have already had this pro¬ 
cedure without this advanced imaging... Or if 
it was only used in the beginning... There is a 
good chance you did not get the results you 
could and should have. 

’’Clearly, technology is only as good 
as the doctors using it... 
and clearly experience matters” 

That’s why, if you need heart surgery, 
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seen by doctors who are specially trained in 
this procedure... Do it every day... and see 
thousands of patients every year. The latest 
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Who Is This Treatment For? 

This treatment is not for everyone. But it 
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This is important - this is especially for you 
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Many patients who did not have good results 
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In fact, ome patients have decided to cancel 
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This screening will help determine if you 
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The Secret To Knee Pain Relief? With advances in medial science and technology the 
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Tufts postpones an event with Scaramucci 
after he threatens to sue student newspaper 



Anthony Scaramucci has threatened to take legal action after accusing a student newspaper of defamation, getty images 


After a series of 
op-eds ran in the 
student paper, The 
Tufts Daily, Scar¬ 
amucci threatened 
legal action, claim¬ 
ing defamation. 

O KRISTIN TOUSSAINT 
@kristindakota 

kristin.toussaint(ametro.us 

Tufts University has post¬ 
poned an event with An¬ 
thony Scaramucci after 
the short-lived White 
House communications 
director threatened to 
sue the student newspa¬ 
per, The Tufts Daily 
Scaramucci, who 
served as President Don¬ 
ald Trump’s spokesman 
for 10 days this past 
summer and previously 
worked as a Wall Street fi¬ 
nancier, received his bach¬ 
elor’s degree from Tufts 
and has served on the 
Fletcher School advisory 
board since 2016. 


Scaramucci has taken 
issue with two op-eds 
written about him this 
November in the Daily 

Camilo Caballero, a 
student in the Master of 
Arts in Law and Diploma¬ 
cy program, wrote about 
Scaramucci in a Nov. 6 
op-ed in the Daily titled 
“Seeking Power of Values 
Over Power of Money.” 

The op-ed called for 
Scaramucci’s removal 
from the Tufts Fletcher 
School of Law and Diplo¬ 
macy’s Board of Advisors, 
standing with the more 
than 240 Tufts students, 
faculty and alumni who 
have also signed a student- 
led petition requesting 
Scaramucci’s removal. 

“There sits on the 
Board of Advisors of the 
Fletcher School of Law 
and Diplomacy at Tufts 
a man whose career and 
ideals are diametrically 
opposed to those ideas 
and who sullies the vision 
of the university,” Caballe¬ 
ro wrote. “This is Anthony 


Scaramucci. ... The man 
who sold his soul in con¬ 
tradiction to his own pur¬ 
ported beliefs for a seat in 
that White House and a 
man who makes his Twit¬ 
ter accessible to friends in¬ 
terested in giving comfort 
to Holocaust deniers.” 

Caballero wrote an¬ 
other op-ed on Nov. 13 in 
which he said the school’s 


administration “fell into 
Scaramucci’s trap.” 

Scaramucci claims 
that the two pieces are 
defamatory. On Monday, 
the Daily reported that 
the newspaper received a 
letter on Nov. 21 on behalf 
of Scaramucci. 

The letter asked the 
student newspaper to 
retract “several false and 


defamatory allegations of 
fact” about Scaramucci, 
and to issue an apolo^, 
“or Mr. Scaramucci will 
be forced to take further 
legal action.” 

Scaramucci tweeted 
about the issue, saying 
that, “The student is an 
adult, let his actions stand 
without any coddling.” 

Tufts University 


spokesman Patrick Col- 
hns said that the sched¬ 
uled Monday event, now 
postponed, was going to 
be a moderated discussion 
between Fletcher School 
students and Scaramucci. 

Carol Rose, executive 
director of the ACLU of 
Massachusetts, said that 
the organization is advis¬ 
ing Caballero. 

“While we continue 
to review Anthony Scar¬ 
amucci’s threats, there 
is no doubt that sending 
a graduate student a le¬ 
gal demand letter accus¬ 
ing him of libel just two 
days before Thanksgiving 
— and demanding turn¬ 
around of five business 
days — is plainly mean- 
spirited,” Rose said. “Un¬ 
fortunately, however, his 
actions are not entirely 
surprising, as they are 
completely consistent 
with President Trump’s 
ongoing attacks against 
the press and free speech 
rights guaranteed by the 
First Amendment.” 



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NEWS 


11 


Dictionary.com selects 
2017 Word of the Year 



Dictionary.com's word of the year has been used often in a political context 
this year. GETTY IMAGES 


On Monday, Dictionary 
.com announced that 
the 2017 Word of the 
Year is “complicit,” 
which the site defines as 
“choosing to be involved 
in an illegal or question¬ 
able act” and “having 
partnership or involve¬ 
ment in wrongdoing.” 

Jane Solomon, a lexi¬ 
cographer at Dictionaiy 
.com, told The Associ¬ 
ated Press that searches 
for the word on the Dic- 
tionaiy.com website 
increased by almost 300 
percent over the year. 

“This year a conver¬ 
sation that keeps on 
surfacing is what exactly 
it means to be complicit,” 
Solomon said to The As¬ 
sociated Press. “‘Com¬ 
plicit’ has sprung up 
in conversations about 
those who speak out 
against powerful figures 
in institutions, and those 
who stay silent.” 

According to the 
popular online diction¬ 
ary, the word saw three 
spikes in searches this 


year. 

The first of three 
spikes in searches for 
complicit was on March 
12 when “Saturday Night 
Live” did a sketch featur¬ 
ing Scarlett Johansson as 
Ivanka Trump advertis¬ 
ing a woman’s fragrance 
called “Complicit.” The 
second spike happened 
on April 5, the day after 
Ivanka Trump told Gayle 
King of CBS’ “This Morn¬ 
ing,” “I don’t know what 


it means to be complicit,” 
when she was asked 
about accusations that 
she and her husband 
Jared Kushner have been 
complicit in her father’s 
actions. 

The third time search¬ 
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was on Oct. 24 when Sen. 
Jeff Flake announced his 
retirement by sa 5 dng, “I 
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Journalist Ellis Henican humorously analyzed Trump's logic, provided 


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president’s brain to ex¬ 
pose its (il)logic, and be 
fimny about it. Including 
illustrations from artist 
Randy Jones, Henican’s 
book “Trumpitude” hits 
shelves today and of¬ 
fers a unique glimpse 
into how the president 
comes to the conclu¬ 
sions he does. 

“It’s wild in there! It’s 
like standing in the mid¬ 
dle of a paintball war. 
People are shooting in 
all directions,” Henican 
described the process of 
trying to get inside Presi¬ 
dent Trump’s mind. 

Taking on issues like 
the Russia investigation 
and the role of the me¬ 
dia, “Trumpitude” ex¬ 
amines Trump’s thought 
processes in terms of the 
most recent national is¬ 
sues. 

“Issues? He doesn’t 
care about those. 
Trump’s a dumb 
guy’s version of 
a smart guy. But for 
the true believers, his 
thick-headed adamance 
is enough,” Henican ex¬ 
plained. “America is a 
tribal land today. You’ll 
never persuade the 
Trump tribe.” 

Henican, who writes 
Metro’s weekly column 
on the president called 
Trump’s America, also 
elaborated on how 



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Trump has changed over 
the course of his career 
from would-be Holly¬ 
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New York real estate 
mogul to unlikely poli¬ 
tician. Studied on such 
a timeline, Trump’s im¬ 
maturity has only gotten 
more pronounced with 
age, according to the au¬ 
thor. 

“He keeps getting 
worse,” Henican said. 
“Remember when ev¬ 
eryone was wondering, 
‘Vihien will he start act¬ 
ing presidential?’ Ha! 
Now we have to ask: Ts 
he behaving more like a 
fourth-grader or a third- 
grader?’ Mark my words, 
he’ll be in kindergarten 
by the midterms.” 

Henican’s humorous 
take on the president is 
underscored throughout 
the book by black-and- 
white illustrations from 
Jones that capture Trump 
at key moments in his 
presidency, from weigh¬ 
ing his opinions on Rus¬ 
sia and China to skirting 
questions from the press. 

“Randy’s pen really is 
mightier than my key¬ 
board,” according to Hen¬ 
ican. “He can do some¬ 
thing that will leave you 
laughing and appalled. 
Both at the same time.” 

The book, which de¬ 
fines “Trumpitude” as 
“the constantly-swirling 
mix of swagger, self-de¬ 
lusion and straight-faced 
lies that comprise the 
veiy essence of America’s 
45th president,” would 
find a unique place on 
bookshelves of 
the president’s 
supporters and de¬ 
tractors alike. 

“It’s a great 
holiday gift for 
anyone who hates 
Trump, loves 
Trump or falls 
somewhere in 
between. Wait. 
When it comes to 
Trump, nobody is 
in between,” Hen¬ 
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holiday gift for 
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At last, Prince Harry has 
put a ring on it 


Let us all breathe a sigh 
of relief: Prince Many 
and Meghan Marlde 
are engaged and set to 
many in the spring. 

The news was 
announced Monday 
by Clarence House, 
via Twitter. 

“His Royal High¬ 
ness The Prince of 
Wales” is delighted to 
announce the engage¬ 
ment of Prince Harry to 
Ms. Meghan Marlde,” 
the statement read. 
“Further details about 
the wedding day will 
be announced in due 
course.” 

Every one of the 


royals has expressed 
their very polite, mild 
enthusiasm about said 
engagement, also via 
Twitter. Prince William 
and Kate Middleton, 
for example, are “very 
excited for Harry and 
Meghan.” 

As for Charles, he is 
simply “thrilled.” 

We are very stoked 
about this news. Harry 
is marrying a biracial 
American actress! And it 
will certainly make for a 
very good Netflix series 
in a couple of years. 

And, may we say, 
politely, that it’s about 
damn time? 


erican women who 
arried into royalty 

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certainly won’t be the last. Here are six other American women who married into 
royal families, metro 


Grace Kelly 

The actress 
married Rainier 
III, Prince of 
Monaco in 
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Wallis Simpson 

Simpson famously charmed King 
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Kelly Rondestvedt 

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ENTERTAINMENT 15 


Is Tloribama 
Shore’ worth 
watching? 



If you’re a fan of “Jersey 
Shore,” this is basically 
the same thing, but 
with Southern accents. 



KATE MOONEY 
@yatinbrooklyn 

kate.mooneygmetro.us 


“Floribama Shore” only 
premiered last night but 
it’s been drenched in dra¬ 
ma for weeks. 

MTV’s new reality 
show portrays a gang of 
eight young-and-dumb- 
uns as they rage one sum¬ 
mer in a beach house in 
Panama City, Florida. Ac¬ 
cording to Page Six, the 
network was sent a cease- 
and-desist letter from the 
Flora-Bama Lounge, a bar 
which straddles the Flori- 
da-Alabama border. 

Then there’s the cast 
of MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” 
who, five years later, are 
not pleased about this 
countiy-fried take on their 
debauchery. Mike “The 
Situation” Sorrentino 
tweeted “You heard the 
people @MTV, just bring 
back the original #Jer- 
seyShore RT if you agree.” 
All of the cast retweeted 
it except Ronnie, who 
doesn’t really do Twitter. 

“Jersey Shore” was fun 
while it lasted, but let’s be 
real: Neither fans, nor the 
cast needs to relive that. 
What’s the harm is giving 
a fresh crop of shameless 
youths the chance to call 
cabs, smush and GTL? 

So, is “Floribama 
Shore” worth the watch? 
After seeing the pilot, my 
take is that it’s basically 
the same thing except 
with Southern accents. 
Sony, meatballs. 

Maybe it’s an hommage 
to “Jersey Shore,” or may¬ 
be it’s just that when you 
put the camera on eight 
extremely thirsty millen- 
nials, determined to get 
f—ed up and have sex for a 
summer, how much varia¬ 
tion can you expect? 

The first episode alone 
already featured tears, 
yeUing matches, rebuffed 
advances and drunken 
bloopers. It’s dumb fun. 


but it’s worth it because 
these trash kids say the 
darnedest things. 

There’s 23-year-old 
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looker of the crew, who 
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thole, it’s like touching 
my heart.” 

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miah, a 22-year-old jacked 
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kid from Ameha Island, 
Florida. Early on in the ep¬ 
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have to be a gentleman 
and a douchebag at the 
same time because that’s 
what women look for.” 

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smitten with a shghtly 
older local named Kayla 
Jo (but c’mon, you know 
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before summer’s end). 
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the bro code: Nilsa already 
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old Gus, a Tallahassee 
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her homegirls one night 
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is 21-year-old Kortni, an¬ 
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who prides herself on be¬ 
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for peeing in inappropri¬ 
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more to her, behind the 
beer bong... 

Clips from future epi¬ 
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concepts most of us are 
comfortable with, no 
matter what age. 

But when coding 
means keeping score in a 
basketball game, robots 
make you pancakes and 
a wedge of bme tastes 
as sweet as candy, it sud¬ 
denly seems a whole lot 
less intimidating. 

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at through Jan. 1, 2018, 
at the brand-new Cornell 
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ages 6 to anyone curious 
about technology, the 
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introduces STEM (science, 
technology, engineering, 
math) concepts through 
“a big old science party in 
the kitchen,” says Randi 


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Silicon Valley after 10 
years for New York City 
to figure out a way to get 
more women and diverse 
candidates into the tech 
giants’ boardrooms. 

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so dehghtftil that you 
reahze, ‘Oh wow, I actu¬ 
ally do have what it takes 
to learn how to program a 
robot,”’ she says. “‘There’s 
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my kid and learn how to 
do that.’” 

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engineers, scientists and 
programmers brought the 
world of Sue, a girl who 
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more about “recipes for 
science,” as Zuckerberg 
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where you can mix liquid 
nitrogen with cereal and 
look like a fire-breathing 
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ton^e with “diy soda” 
while learning about 
acids and bases. 

And of course, there 
are the robots. In addition 
to making pancakes, the 
big hit is a customizable 
s’mores machine will 3D- 
print a chocolate design 
onto graham crackers. 

Nearly all of the ex¬ 
periments are done with 
common ingredients that 
can be found on grocery 
shelves. “ 

We want people to 
cany their love of science 
and tech from here to 
home and research on 
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The other half of Sue’s 
Tech Kitchen takes old 
games and puts a high- 
tech twist on them. 

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off against your favorite 
basketball players? You 
can try your best jump 
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VR-cade. 

How about racing 
cars? Even the yoimgest 
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inside a special control 
panel to guide small box 


cars along a track. 

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there’s even a station to 
build their own circuit 
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also make a simple circuit 
using Play-Doh.) 

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about the increasingly 
popular step between 
the doctor’s office and 
the ER: an urgent care 
center. 

What is an urgent care 
center? 

Some issues don’t fit 
neatly into boxes. 


Urgent care is a great 
option for people who 
have a medical need 
that is time-sensitive 
but not life-threatening. 
This is usually some¬ 
thing that goes beyond 
the routine visits with a 
primary care provider, 
but not really an emer¬ 
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What sorts of things 
should a patient go to 
an urgent care center 
for? 

Usually some kind 
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very little testing. For 
example, if you wake 
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urgent care for? 

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a visit to an urgent care 
would just delay the 
treatment you really 
need, and that could 
make your heart more 
likely to stop working 
properly in the future. 
An urgent care is the 
wrong place if you are 
having a true emer¬ 
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Is urgent care a re¬ 
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primary care doctor? 

No. Urgent care is really 
meant to bridge some 
of the gaps that exist 
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day. But most medical 


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getting your routine 
vaccines or making 
sure your cholesterol 
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Are there specialized 
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certain patients and/or 
special conditions? 

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number of urgent care 
centers, including a 
new one just opened 
in Union Square. Are 
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the needs of the many 
patients we care for. 
This includes expand¬ 
ing our primary care 
services and making 
sure your Mount Sinai 
doctors are able to get 
you into their offices 
in a timely manner. 
Urgent care centers are 
part of this plan, so ex¬ 
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JOE PANTORNO 
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There was speculation 
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season that young New 
York Islanders center 
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be ready for the NHL, 
but no one anticipated 
this kind of start to his 
career. 

The 20-year-old Ca¬ 
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the Islanders, a team 
that looked starved for 
offensive firepower last 
season behind John Ta¬ 
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After acquiring Jor¬ 
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Tavares on the first line. 
However, a slow start to 
this season left some¬ 


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It’s been a match 
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Rangers are red-hot 


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On Oct. 25, through 
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that head coach Alain 
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The Blueshirts simply 
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games came at Madison 
Square Garden. 

As October wound 
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second-worst record in 
the Eastern Conference 
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goal differential. 

But in the ensuing 
14 games, the offense 
has found its footing 
while goalie Henrik 
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his 2012 Vezina Trophy 
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The Rangers are 
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including current 
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four-consecutive over¬ 
all that have helped 
them get back in the 
Eastern Conference 
playoff picture. 

That goal differential 
has catapulted to plus- 
17 during that stretch, 
fueled by Mika Zibane- 
jad’s 22 points. 


A lot of that also has 
to do with Lundqvist’s 
play. In his last 12 
games, the Swede is 
10-2 with a .930 save 
percentage. 

He’s been even better 
in his last five games, 
posting a .971 save 
percentage by stopping 
133 of the last 137 shots 
he’s faced. 

“We have to feel 
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been doing here the 
past four weeks. Our 
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you start to think that 
you’re that good - 
you can forget about 
yourself, but don’t fool 
yourself - you have to 
earn it every night and 
prepare a certain way 
and put in the effort 
all the time to get any 
points,” Lundqvist said. 
“We should definitely 
feel good about how 
we’re playing and find¬ 
ing ways to win games. 
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