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Elon Musk unveils new Mars rocket 
prototype, expects missions in months 



Elon Musk. Reuters 



SpaceX's Starship spacecraft. 


387 FT 

Starship is the top half of an interplanetary rocket 
system that stands 387 feet tall (118 meters). 


SpaceX CEO also 
named first private 
passenger of 
“Starship.” 

Billionaire entrepreneur 
Elon Musk has unveiled 
the latest iteration of his 
space company’s newly 
assembled Starship, outlin¬ 
ing a speedy development 
timeline for the center- 
piece vehicle of SpaceX’s 
quest to launch humans to 
the moon and Mars. 

Musk showed a crowd 
of space enthusiasts and re¬ 
porters at SpaceX’s rocket 
development site late on 
Saturday in the remote vil¬ 
lage of Boca Chica, Texas, 
animations of Starship 
landing on the moon and 
Mars and predicted that 
the rocket’s first orbital 
flight could come in the 
next six months, followed 
by missions to space with 
humans aboard the next 
year. 

“This is basically the 
holy grail of space,” Musk 
said, standing between a 
towering, newly assembled 
Starship rocket and Falcon 
1 — the company’s first ve¬ 
hicle whose debut orbital 
mission was celebrated by 
SpaceX 11 years ago. 

“The critical break¬ 
through that’s needed for 
us to become a space-far- 


I "This is 
basically 
the holy 
grail of 
space.” 

Elon Musk 

ing civilization is to make 
space travel like air travel,” 
said Musk, who is also the 
chief executive of electric 
carmaker Tesla Inc. 

Starship, a shiny steel 


roclcetship designed to 
ferry dozens of humans to 
the moon and Mars, is the 
top half of Musk’s colossal 
interplanetary rocket sys¬ 
tem that stands 387 feet 
tall (118 meters) as the lat¬ 
est addition to SpaceX’s 
lineup of reusable launch 
vehicles. Musk named Jap¬ 
anese billionaire Yusaku 
Maezawa as Starship’s first 
private passenger in 2018. 

The Boca Chica vil¬ 
lage, a few miles north 
of the Mexican border, is 
ground zero for SpaceX’s 


three-year experimental 
test program for Starship, 
whose rocket engine tests 
have rattled the nerves of 
residents living in a remote 
hamlet of roughly two doz¬ 
en homes a mile away. 

Musk’s mission to the 
moon aligns with NASA’s 
goal of sending humans 
there by 2024 under its 
Artemis program, an ac¬ 
celerated deep-space initia¬ 
tive spurred by the Trump 
administration in March 
that aims to work with a 
handful of U.S. space com¬ 


panies in building a long¬ 
term presence on the lunar 
surface before eventually 
colonizing Mars. 

The space agency has 
tapped SpaceX to figure 
out how to land vehicles on 
the lunar surface and help 


develop a system for refuel¬ 
ing rockets — like Starship 
— in space, an “important 
technology to aid sustained 
exploration efforts on the 
Moon and Mars,” NASA 
said in a release on Friday. 

REUTERS 


Drake lends $185 million jet 
to Kings for trip to India 


Coleman crowned world’s 
fastest man with 100m win 


British PM Johnson vows to 
stay put for Oct. 31 Brexit 


The Sacramento 
Kings will be mak¬ 
ing the 20-hour trip 
to India in luxury. The 
Kings and the Indiana 
Pacers will meet Friday 
and Saturday in the first 
NBA games to be played 
in the country, and the 
rapper Drake is lending 
his $185 million Boeing 
767-200ER “Air Drake” 
to the Kings for the 
trip. Team owner Vivek 
Ranadive arranged for 
the swanky ride. “They 
wanted to get the best 
available option, and 


they nailed it,” coach 
Luke Walton told KXTV 
in Sacramento. The play¬ 
ers were appreciative 
of the efforts. “Vivek 
definitely pushed to get 
us a better plane, and 
he did that, so we're 
very grateful to have an 
owner like that,” point 
guard De'Aaron Fox said. 
“Coaches have been 
proactive in saying that 
it's going to be a long 
flight,” veteran Flarrison 
Barnes said. “There's 
going to be a lot of film 
being watched.” reuters 


3 American Christian 
Coleman scorched 
to the 100 meters 
world championship gold 
medal on Saturday to 
be crowned the world's 
fastest man. Coleman, 
runner-up to Justin Gatlin 
two years ago in London, 
did his part to send a jolt 
of excitement through a 
thin audience by turning 
the tables on his team¬ 
mate in a season's best 
9.76 seconds, making 
him the sixth-fastest 
man of all time. “Last 
time it was a surprise 


when I won silver. This 
time there was a lot of 
pressure but I managed 
to come out with a gold,” 
Coleman told report¬ 
ers. “At the end all my 
worries evaporated out 
there. It was [a] crazy 
feeling. To add my name 
to the list of legendary 
guys who've come before 
me is an honor and a 
blessing.” The 37 -year-old 
Gatlin continued to prove 
he is one of sprinting's 
big-time performers, 
however, grabbing silver 
in 9-89- reuters 


Boris Johnson said on 
Sunday he would not 
quit as Britain's prime 
minister even if he fails to 
secure a deal to leave the 
European Union, insisting 
only his Conservative gov¬ 
ernment can deliver Brexit 
on Oct. 31. At the begin¬ 
ning of his party's annual 
conference in the north¬ 
ern English city of Man¬ 
chester, Johnson wants 
to rally his party with a 
“do or die” message that 
he will deliver Brexit by 
the end of October, with 
or without a deal. But 


there are hurdles to clear, 
not the least of which is 
what Johnson calls “the 
surrender act” — a law 
parliament passed to 
force the prime minister 
to request a Brexit delay if 
he has not secured a deal 
with Brussels by an Oct. 
17-18 E.U. summit. “People 
can feel that this country is 
approaching an important 
moment of choice and 
we have to get on and we 
have to deliver Brexit on 
October the 31st... I'm go¬ 
ing to get on and do it,” he 
told BBC television, reuters 





































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Speaker says her 
resistance turned to 
endorsement after 
whistleblower 
complaint. 

U.S. House Speaker Nancy 
Pelosi said on Saturday 
that public opinion is 
now on the side of an 
impeachment inquiry 
against President Donald 
Trump following the re¬ 
lease of new information 
about his conversations 
with Ukrainian President 
Volodymyr Zelensky. 

Pelosi this week an¬ 
nounced her support for 
an investigation after the 
surfacing of a whistle¬ 
blower complaint that 
said Trump appeared to 
solicit a political favor 
from Ukraine’s president 
aimed at helping him be 
re-elected next year. 

Pelosi for months 
took a cautious approach 
in weighing the calls of 
other Democratic House 
members to launch im¬ 
peachment proceedings 
against Trump, which 
grew louder after former 
Special Counsel Robert 
Mueller testified on July 
24 about his probe of 
Trump and Russian inter¬ 


Pelosi: Public opinion shifting 
in support of impeachment inquiry 



ference in the 2016 elec¬ 
tion. 

“In the public, the tide 
has completely changed; it 
could change now — who 
knows — but right now, 
after seeing the complaint 
and the IG (Inspector Gen¬ 
eral) report and the cava¬ 
lier attitude the adminis¬ 
tration had towards it, the 
American people are com¬ 
ing to a different decision,” 
Pelosi said at a journalism 
event hosted by the Texas 
Tribune news website. 

She added that her 
resistance to holding an 
impeachment inquiry 


quickly evolved from urg¬ 
ing that fellow Democrats 
remain cautious of the 
political fallout ahead of 
next year’s elections to 
full steam ahead as details 
emerged of Trump’s deal¬ 
ings with Ukraine’s leader. 

“A president of the Unit¬ 
ed States would withhold 
military assistance paid for 
by taxpayers to shake down 
the leader of another coun¬ 
try unless he did him a po¬ 
litical favor — that is so, so 
dear,” Pelosi said. 

In a July 25 telephone 
call between Trump and Zel¬ 
ensky, the U.S. leader asked 


his counterpart to launch 
an investigation of Demo¬ 
cratic presidential hopeful 
Joe Biden and his son, Hunt¬ 
er, who had served on the 
board of a Ukrainian energy 
company. 

Both Bidens have de¬ 
nied any wrongdoing. 

Trump has blasted the 
impeachment inquiry, 
arguing that he did noth¬ 
ing wrong and accusing 
Democrats of launching 
a politically motivated 
“witch hunt.” 

Lawmakers in the 
Democratic-led House of 
Representatives are in¬ 


vestigating concerns that 
Trump’s actions have 
jeopardized national se¬ 
curity and the integrity of 
U.S. elections. 

The impeachment in¬ 
quiry has cast a new pall 
over Trump’s presidency 
just months after he 
emerged from the shadow 
cast by Mueller’s investi¬ 
gation. 

“If the facts are persua¬ 
sive to the American peo¬ 
ple, they may be to some 
Republicans,” Pelosi said 
during the event. 

Pelosi would not fore¬ 
cast how long it may take 
for the House to complete 
any possible impeach¬ 
ment proceedings against 
Trump. 

“It will take as long as 
the Intelligence Commit¬ 
tee needs to follow all the 
facts,” she said. 

Several Democratic 
presidential candidates 
attended the three-day 
event in Austin, including 
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, for¬ 
mer Rep. Beto O’Rourke, 
Sen. Amy Klobuchar and 
former Housing Secre¬ 
tary Julian Castro, all of 
whom agreed with Pelosi 
that the campaign to push 
Trump from office must 
focus on policies and not 
impeachment. 


While some polls 
have shown Americans 
are split on supporting 
impeachment, Castro, 
who served under former 
President Barack Obama, 
said he thinks the public 
will increasingly back 
the inquiry. 

“If the 
facts are 
persua¬ 
sive to the 
American 
people, 
they may 
be to some 
Republi¬ 
cans.” 

House Speaker 
Nancy Pelosi 

“Like in Watergate, 
after more evidence gets 
out there ... you’ll see 
more people of different 
political stripes start to 
support it,” Castro said 
at the event, referring 
to moves in 1974 to im¬ 
peach former President 
Richard Nixon. 

Nixon resigned before 
impeachment proceed¬ 
ings were launched, reuters 


Trump-Putin phone calls in Democrats’ sights: Schiff 



U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff. 


“If there’s an effort to hide 
those [conversations] and 
cover those up, yes we’re 
determined to find out.” 

House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff 


Congress is determined 
to get access to Donald 
Trump’s calls with Rus¬ 
sian President Vladimir 
Putin and other world 
leaders, the chairman 
of the U.S. House Intelli¬ 
gence Committee said on 
Sunday, citing concerns 
the Republican president 
may have jeopardized na¬ 
tional security. 

“I think the para¬ 
mount need here is to 
protect the national secu¬ 
rity of the United States 
and see whether in the 
conversations with other 
world leaders, and in par¬ 
ticular with Putin, that 
the president was also 
undermining our security 
in a way that he thought 
would personally benefit 
his campaign,” Democrat 
Adam Schiff said on NBC’s 
“Meet the Press.” 

Congress is investigat¬ 
ing a whistleblower com¬ 
plaint that said Trump 
solicited a political favor 
from Ukraine’s president 


that could help him get re¬ 
elected to a second term 
next year. Democrats say 
Trump’s actions jeopardized 
national security and the in¬ 
tegrity of U.S. elections. 

The whistleblower’s 
complaint cited a tele¬ 
phone call in which Trump 
asked President Volody¬ 
myr Zelensky to launch 
an investigation of former 
Vice President Joe Biden, 
a leader among Demo¬ 
crats seeking to challenge 
Trump in 2020, and his 
son Hunter. Hunter Biden 
sat on the board of a Ukrai¬ 
nian gas company. 

The July 25 phone call 
came shortly after the 
United States froze nearly 
$400 million in aid to 
Ukraine, prompting con¬ 
cern that Trump was us¬ 
ing the taxpayer money 
already approved by Con¬ 
gress as leverage for his 
personal political gain. 

The complaint said 
White House lawyers di¬ 
rected that an electronic 


summary of the call be 
moved from the place 
where such things are 
usually kept to a secret 


server reserved for covert 
matters. 

“If those conversations 
with Putin or with other 


world leaders are seques¬ 
tered in that same elec¬ 
tronic file that is meant 
for covert action, not 
meant for this, if there’s 
an effort to hide those and 
cover those up, yes we’re 
determined to find out,” 
Schiff said on NBC. 

Schiff did not say 
whether he plans to sub¬ 
poena that information. 
The White House did not 
respond to a request for 


comment on Schiffs state 
ment that he wanted ac¬ 
cess to the call summaries.” 

The Ukraine scan¬ 
dal cast a shadow over 
Trump’s presidency just 
months after the conclu¬ 
sion of Special Counsel 
Robert Mueller’s investiga¬ 
tion of whether the Trump 
campaign worked with 
Russia to help him win the 
2016 presidential election. 

That investigation con¬ 
cluded that Moscow waged 
a social media and propa¬ 
ganda campaign aimed 
at putting Trump in the 
White House. The Mueller 
report, released in April, 
laid out numerous contacts 
between Russian officials 
and Trump’s campaign, 
but found no evidence of a 
criminal conspiracy. 

The Ukraine matter 
prompted Democratic 
House of Representatives 
Speaker Nancy Pelosi to 
launch an impeachment 
inquiry against Trump on 
Tuesday, reuters 






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NYPD officer on 
anti-gang duty shot, 
killed during arrest 


Fatal shots fired dur¬ 
ing ground struggle 
with armed suspect 
in the Bronx. 

A New York city police 
officer on anti-gang duty 
and a suspect he was try¬ 
ing to arrest were both 
killed during an exchange 
of gunfire in the Bronx 
early Sunday, police said. 

Officer Brian Mul- 
lceen, 33, was rushed to 
hospital where he was 
pronounced dead, police 
said in a statement. The 
27-year-old suspect was 
pronounced dead on the 
scene. 

“There is absolutely 
no worse moment on our 
job than this,” Chief of 
Department Terence Mo¬ 
nahan said in remarks at 
the hospital, according to 
a police statement. 


“Brian was a great cop 
dedicated to keeping this 
city safe. In fact, just last 
night he arrested a man 
in possession of a gun in 
the very same precinct,” 
Monahan said. 

Officers from the 
Bronx Borough Anti- 

I “There is 
absolutely 
no worse 
moment 
on our job 
than this.” 

Terence Monahan, 
Chief of Department 


Crime Unit were patrol¬ 
ling the area because of 
gang activity including 
recent shootings, police 


said. 

Three officers stopped 
the suspect for question¬ 
ing when he fled, leading 
to a foot chase, and as 
Mullceen and his partner 
attempted to apprehend 
the man a violent strug¬ 
gle on the ground broke 
out, police said. 

A body-worn camera 
video recorded Mullceen 
saying, “He’s reaching for 
it, he’s reaching for it,” 
when several shots were 
fired, and Mullceen was 
struck three times, police 
said. 

Five officers at the 
scene fired their weap¬ 
ons, striking the man, 
who was armed with a 
.32-caliber revolver, po¬ 
lice said. 

The suspect, whom 
police did not identify, 
was on probation until 
2022 for a narcotics-relat- 


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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 



ed arrest last year and he 
had several prior arrests 
including a burglary con¬ 
viction, police said. 

Mullceen, who served 
more than six years with 
NYPD, was the 37th law 


enforcement officer 
killed by gunfire in the 
line of duty in 2019, ac¬ 
cording to Office Down 
Memorial Page, a website 
recording police deaths. 

REUTERS 


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Legal setback for 
White House as judge 
blocks plan to fast- 
track deportations 
nationwide 


Ruling comes as 
another judge blocks 
indefinite migrant 
detentions. 

A federal judge ordered 
the Department of Home¬ 
land Security to set aside 
a plan that would make 
more people vulnerable 
to expedited deportation 
until a court can rule on 
the matter. 

The lawsuit, filed by 
WeCount! and other im¬ 
migration advocates, 
asked a Washington 
court to overturn a plan 
making undocumented 
people eligible for depor¬ 
tation without court over¬ 
sight unless they could 
prove they had been in 
the country more than 
two years. 

Judge Ketanji Brown 


Jackson of the U.S. Dis¬ 
trict Court for the District 
of Columbia granted a 
preliminary injunction 
on Friday, setting aside 
the rule until it can be 
litigated, saying that the 
people represented by 
the immigration advo¬ 
cates “would be irrepara¬ 
bly harmed by the chal¬ 
lenged agency action.” 

Previously, only those 
immigrants detained 
within 100 miles (161 
kilometers) of the bor¬ 
der who had been in the 
country two weeks or 
less could be ordered rap¬ 
idly deported. The policy 
makes an exception for 
immigrants who can es¬ 
tablish a “credible fear” 
of persecution in their 
home country. 

The U.S. Justice De¬ 
partment said in an email 



Migrants who crossed into El Paso, TX, to ask for asylum, Sept. 18,2019. 


statement that the deci¬ 
sion “undermines the 
laws enacted by Congress 
and the Trump Adminis¬ 
tration’s careful efforts to 
implement those laws.” 

“Congress expressly 
authorized the Secretary 
of Homeland Security to 
act with dispatch to re¬ 
move from the country 
aliens who have no right 
to be here,” a department 
spokesman said, adding 
that granting the prelimi¬ 


nary injunction “vastly 
exceeds the district 
court’s own authority.” 

Also on Friday, a fed¬ 
eral judge in California 
blocked a Trump admin¬ 
istration rule that would 
have allowed indefinite 
detention of migrant 
families, saying it was in¬ 
consistent with a decades- 
old court settlement that 
governs conditions for 
migrant children in U.S. 

CUStOdy. REUTERS 


Pope Francis unveils 
sculpture on World Day 
of Migrants and Refugees 



Pope Francis attends the unveiling of the sculpture called "Angels 
Unaware,” by Canadian sculptor Timothy P. Schmalz, depicting a 
group of 140 migrants of various cultures and from different historic 
times, at the end of a Mass on the occasion of the World Day of 
Migrants and Refugees in St. Peter's Square, on Sept. 29,2019, in 
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Thousands rally 
in Moscow to 
demand release 
of jailed protesters 


al rallies in recent months 
where police briefly de¬ 
tained more than 2,000 
people. No police deten¬ 
tions were reported Sunday 

PUBLIC OUTCRY 
In the lead-up to the rally, 
courts freed one person on 
bail and dropped charges 
against another, rare steps 
that followed a public out¬ 
cry. But the opposition fears 
those rulings may be a tac¬ 
tic by authorities to avoid 
wider concessions. 

“I’m sure more people 
will be released because of 
this rally,” Kremlin critic 
Alexei Navalny told his sup¬ 
porters at the protest. 

The series of protests be¬ 
gan in July when more than 
a dozen opposition-minded 
candidates were barred on 
a technicality from running 
in a Sept. 8 election to Mos¬ 
cow’s city legislature. 

I “I’m sure 
more 
people 
will be 
released 
because of 
this rally.” 

Alexei Navalny 

The rallies were the larg¬ 
est sustained protest move¬ 
ment in Moscow in almost 
a decade, peaking at around 
60,000 people, before ap¬ 
pearing to lose momentum. 

The police says people 
were detained or prosecut¬ 
ed for breaking the law and 
that some of the protests 
had not been authorized 
and were illegal. 

After his allies were 
barred from the vote, Na¬ 
valny called on supporters 
to vote tactically for oppo¬ 
nents of the ruling United 
Russia party, regardless of 
their political stripe. 

United Russia, which 
supports Putin, lost a third 
of its seats in the Moscow 
city assembly, a setback for 
the authorities that Naval¬ 
ny said was a victory for the 
Kremlin’s opponents even 
though the governing party 
kept its majority, reuters 


Kremlin opponents 
say jail sentences are 
part of a campaign to 
stifle dissent. 

More than 20,000 Russians 
took to the streets of Mos¬ 
cow on Sunday to demand 
the release of protesters 
jailed over the summer 
in what opponents of the 
Kremlin say is a campaign 
to stifle dissent. 

The protesters were ar¬ 
rested at rallies that flared 
in July when opposition 
politicians were barred 
from a local election. Allega¬ 
tions of police brutality and 
what many Muscovites saw 
as harsh jail sentences have 
sparked an unusual public 
outcry. 

Several people have 
been sentenced to up to 
four years in jail, and oth¬ 
ers are being prosecuted 
for crimes such as violence 
against police officers. 

On a rainy Sunday, 
throngs of people waved 
flags from an array of po¬ 
litical groups, chanting “Let 
them go!” and “Freedom 
for political prisoners.” 

“No one can get a fair 
hearing in Russian courts 
— injustice and lawless¬ 
ness can happen to anyone 
now,” opposition politician 
Lyubov Sobol told the pro¬ 
testers over a sound system 
from a raised stage. 

The protests do not pose 
a threat to President Vladi¬ 
mir Putin who won re-elec¬ 
tion by a landslide last year. 
But they come as his rat¬ 
ings have slipped following 
years of falling real incomes 
and an unpopular move to 
hike the retirement age. 

The opposition had 
hoped for as big a turnout 
as possible, arguing that 
authorities would be com¬ 
pelled to release jailed pro¬ 
testers if they felt holding 
them could dent their rat¬ 
ings further. 

The White Counter 
group which monitors po¬ 
litical protests said it count¬ 
ed 25,200 people at the 
rally. Police put the figure at 
around 20,000. 

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authorized by the Moscow 
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east in the Atlantic. 

As Hurricane Lorenzo 
moves closer, Portugal’s 
Azores archipelago is brac¬ 
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rain and towering waves 
and the country’s meteorol¬ 
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was a more than 80 percent 
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When So Many Other Treatments Have Failed 


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are some things you MUST KNOW.. 

Viscosupplcmentation is where a doctor 
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joint space. This helps to lubricate the joints 
often relieving some, most or even all of your 
pain Results can last for 6 months to several 
years. 

Many have had these treatments without 
good results. However. NYC Pain MD feels 
this is because doctors often do these “gel 
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them. Research shows they w ill often miss the 
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frequently get results when this treatment was a 
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Street fires bum in Hong Kong as China’s 
National Day approaches 



Anti-government protesters face riot police as they demonstrate in Hong Kong, China, Sept. 29, 2019. reuters 


Protest chaos peaks 
just days before 
People’s Republic 
celebrates 70 years. 

Hong Kong police fired wa¬ 
ter cannon, rubber bullets 
and tear gas at petrol bomb¬ 
throwing protesters on 
Sunday in some of the most 
widespread and violent 
clashes in more than three 
months of anti-government 
unrest 

Running battles in the 
Causeway Bay shopping dis¬ 
trict, Wan Chai bar area and 
the Admiralty district of cen¬ 
tral government offices fol¬ 
lowed a night of showdowns 
with police in the Chinese 
ruled city, where street fires 
burned as the sun set 
More protests are 
planned in the run-up to 
China’s Oct 1 National Day, 
marking the 70th anniver¬ 
sary of the founding of the 
People’s Republic 

Police fired tear gas from 
the roof of the Legislative 
Council building, which 


activists ransacked in early 

July- 

Protesters, many of them 
dressed in black and wear¬ 
ing face masks, took cover 
from the tear gas behind 
umbrellas, some throwing 
the canisters back at police. 

They built barricades 
with trolleys and trash cans 
and other debris. One threw 


a petrol bomb at police in 
the Wan Chai metro station. 
Others tried and foiled to 
smash cameras over Bank of 
China ATMs but spray-paint¬ 
ed the screens instead. 

At least one petrol bomb 
landed in the grounds of 
central government offices 
where several windows 
were smashed There were 


also street fires on the main 
drag of Hennessy Road 

Protesters also smashed 
the windows of a taxi and 
sprayed graffiti on the win¬ 
dows of businesses includ¬ 
ing Starbucks outlets. Small 
scuffles continued into the 
evening. 

Police, who raise plac¬ 
ards warning of retaliation 


before firing tear gas or fir¬ 
ing water cannon in a tradi¬ 
tion dating back to British 
rule, made several arrests, 
often after grappling people 
to the tarmac. 

There were no immedi¬ 
ate reports of serious inju¬ 
ries. 

The water cannon fired 
blue dye, which elsewhere 
in the world is used to make 
identification of offenders 
easier. 

Elsewhere in the city, 
around midday, about 200 
China supporters dressed in 
red T-shirts gathered on top 
ofVictoriaPeak, overlooking 
the harbor. They sang the 
Chinese national anthem 
and chanted “I love China.” 

The government said 
that the city’s leader, Carrie 
Lam, will be out of town for 
China’s National Day despite 
her having sent invitations 
for celebrations at home. 

Lam, the focus of weeks 
of anti-government unrest, 
will leave for Beijing on Mon¬ 
day to celebrate the 70th an¬ 
niversary of the founding of 


the People’s Republic the fol¬ 
lowing day. 

Arthur, 40, wearing glass¬ 
es and a mask covering the 
lower half of his face, said 
Lam’s trip was expected. 

I “Hong 
Kong looks 
more and 
more like 
a police 
state.” 

“Arthur,” pro-de¬ 
mocracy protester 

“In these three months, 
Carrie Lam has not really 
cared about the protesters. 
She only cares about the 
CCP (Chinese Communist 
Party) or what we might call 
‘her boss,”’ he said. 

“I think Hong Kong is at 
this moment the front line 
between Western democ¬ 
racy and the dictatorship in 
China ... Hong Kong looks 
more and more like a police 

State.” REUTERS 


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Demand Soars At NYC Medical Clinic For Promising Back Pain Treatment 

Can This Medical Technology Possibly Eliminate Or Greatly 
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The Advanced Medical Treatment Every Back & Neck Pain Sufferer Needs To Know - 
No Matter How Bad The Pain Is Or How Many Other Treatments Have Failed 


NYC Pain MD is a medical 
clinic with two locations in 
New York City that has made 
a name for itself by treating 
the worst cases of back or 
neck pain. 

Here is what every back 
and neck pain sufferer who 
has failed to respond to other 
treatments and does not want 
surgery should know about one 
of the best treatment options 
available today for severe back 
and neck pain including when, 
why and where you should 
consider this treatment to get 
maximum results. 


If you suffer with back, neck 
or nerve pain, you have probably 
already tried many treatments... 
especially countless pain 
medications. 

Experienced doctors 

understand that even though 
pain medications such as anti¬ 
inflammatory pain pills are 
part of the recommended early 
treatment plan for back pain... 
they are rarely the answer. 

In most cases they have 
minimal, short term results (if 
any) and have a laundry list of 
potential side effects. Some 
being serious and even life 
threatening. 

Are there any better 
options? 

Thankfully, advancements in 
science and technology come 
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is very good option to help 
relieve the pain. 

An option that a lot of back 
and neck pain sufferers may 
have never heard of before. 

Before we get into these 
treatments, please understand 
this... 

NYC Pain MD is a REAL 
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the worst cases of back pain. 
Patients travel from all over to 
be treated at one of their clinics 
for all sorts of joint and muscle 
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What you are about to 
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Know this fact: There is 
no one treatment that will 


help every case of back pain . 

And we cannot guarantee this 
treatment will work for you. 
But this treatment has already 
helped countless back and neck 
pain sufferers who had given up 
hope. I bet many just like you. 

What is this treatment? It’s 
called... 

Radiofrequency Neurotomy 

“Radiofrequncy Neurotomy” 
is often referred to as RF for 
short. 

RF is a procedure that is 
based on the theory that 
blocking the nerve supply to the 
painful area may alleviate pain 
and restore function. 

There are many nerves 
around your spine and one of 
their jobs is to sense PAIN. 

Radiofrequency waves are 
delivered to these nerves under 
advanced imaging to “block” 
the nerves. 

Two procedures are 
performed. First, a test, 
diagnostic “Block” procedure 
is done to determine if the 
procedure is going to decrease 
pain and improve function. 

If this first “test” procedure is 
successful, the Radio Frequency 
Neurotomy is scheduled and 
performed for longer term 
relief. 

What Results Can You 
Expect? 

Like all real medical 
procedures... results vary for 
individual patients. No good 
and ethical doctor would 
guarantee any exact results for 
any procedure... that’s just not 
how things work and it would 
be less than honest. 

That’s being said, it is not 
uncommon for patients to get 
complete, if not significant 
relief of their pain shortly after 
the treatment. 

How Long Do 
The Results Last? 

This procedure “blocks” the 
nerves pain signals... it does 
not destroy them. Therefore, 
the results are safe but not 
completely permanent. But, 
many patients get relief for 6 
months... 12 months.... 18 
months for some and some 
even longer. The great news is - 
another procedure can be safely 
preformed for more relief if 
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Science rescues back & neck pain sufferers?: Radio Frequency Waves are used to block 
the nerve supply to the painful area and may alleviate pain and restore function to many. 


While we cannot claim this 
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but... it can be a god-send for 
so many who were in constant 
pain. 

Really... what would it be 
worth it to you could get out 
of pain for long enough so 
you could start enjoying your 
everyday life again? 

Would it be worth it to be 
able to finally get a good nights 
sleep again? 

How about being able to go 
for a simple walk or just do 
your basic daily chores without 
worrying about so much pain? 

Is It Safe? 

Yes. This procedure has 
been done countless times and 
continues to have an excellent 
safety record. It is minimally 
invasive and is not surgical. 

Who Should Try This 
Treatment? 

RF should be considered after 
other treatments, such as anti¬ 
inflammatory pain medication 
and physical therapy do not offer 
good enough results. 

RF has also been found 
effective AFTER back surgery 
when patient’s still feel pain. 

The pain after a failed back 
surgery can be debilitating for 
some and this procedure may 
be the only thing that helps give 
you relief. 


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In Pain And The “X” Factor 

Here is the “X” factor many 
do not consider that might be 
the difference between you 
getting the best possible 
treatment or not. 

Many experts suggest 
choosing a medical clinic that 
offers all these treatments and 
has the proper, most advanced 
technology all under one roof 
without the need for a surgical 
center or hospital. 

Major Savings In Time And 
Costs Of Care? 

NYC Pain MD’s method 
allows you to avoid expensive 
hospital or out patient surgi- 
center facility fees which often 
run 3 to 4 times the cost of the 
procedure itself. And you don’t 
have to go through the huge 
stress and time consuming 
process of going all over the city 
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Pain MD treatments can be done 
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saving you stress, time and 
dollars. NYC Pain MD believes 
this additional “X” factor is one 
of the reasons so many back 
pain sufferers travel from all 
over to be treated at one of their 
advanced medical clinics. 

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NYC Pain MD offers a limited 
number of complimentary back 
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month. These screenings are 
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answers the phone, “I would 
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screening.” 

The screenings fill up fast 
every month. If you do not call 
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the expert will schedule you for 
next month. 

This screening is no cost and 
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Many of the treatments 
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Ty Segall on letting fans into his 
universe with five-night residency 



The prolific rocker will 
play some of his most 
beloved albums in full. 



Being a fan of Ty Segall’s 
music is not a casual 
pursuit. While some art¬ 
ists tend to create mini 
worlds with their out¬ 
put, the Laguna Beach, 
California-born musi¬ 
cian has created a gal¬ 
axy’s worth of music 
with both his own music 
and his various side proj¬ 
ects along the way. With 
the release of his newest 
album, “First Taste,” his 
17th full-length solo al¬ 
bum in 11 years, Segall is 
following further down 
the dark psychedelic 
path he had forged al¬ 
bums like 2015’s “Emo¬ 
tional Mugger,” finding 
a sound that still has the 
garage-punlc spirit of his 
early output but arriving 
somewhere completely 
unique. 

The album has less 
of the smoldering gui¬ 
tar work that Segall has 
been known for, but this 
time around he has opt¬ 
ed to take the music in 


a more synth and rhyth¬ 
mic-forward direction. 

“Basically, I just 
wanted to do something 
I hadn’t really done be¬ 
fore, instrumentation- 
wise,” says Segall when I 
talk to him on the phone 
one morning. “I started 
to collect instruments 
I didn’t know how to 
play — synthesizers, this 
thing called a koto from 
Japan, Greek bouzoulci, 
recorder, tons of differ¬ 
ent things — and basi¬ 
cally just started making 
sounds with them. An¬ 
other idea I had was that 
I wanted it to be a very 
drum-forward record. 
I realized that I hadn’t 
really made a drum- 
forward record yet, and 
I consider drums to be 
almost my primary in¬ 
strument in some ways. 
Definitely in the songs 
I’ve been writing for the 
past couple of years, it 
seems like the drums 
come first, in a weird 
way. At least for the 
weirder, more experi¬ 
mental songs, the drums 
seem to be the main 
sculptor of the song and 
then I add layers of other 
stuff.” 

With his backing 
band, Freedom Band, 


Segall will be playing his 
new album front-to-baclc 
at five different shows 
starting this week, along 
with fill performances 
of some of his most be¬ 
loved albums: “Melted,” 
“Goodbye Bread,” “Emo¬ 
tional Mugger” and “Ma¬ 
nipulator.” Both “Good¬ 
bye Bread” and “Melted” 
show the transitional 
period in Segall’s career 
that show his simplistic 
garage sensibilities mor¬ 
phing into the Hawlc- 
wind and Alice Cooper 
psych-assault he and his 


band are more interest¬ 
ed in creating now with 
albums like “Emotional 
Mugger,” “Manipulator” 
and, of course, his most 
recent. 

“It was half more my 
style, what I wanted to 
play, and half what I 
thought what people 
would want to hear,” 
says Segall on choosing 
these specific albums 
out of his massive cata¬ 
log. “For instance, I 
wanted ‘Goodbye Bread’ 
and ‘Emotional Mugger,’ 
and those are definitely 


not my best-selling re¬ 
cords, but for me those 
are two favorite records 
of mine. Then, ‘Melted’ 
and ‘Manipulator’ are 
by far my most popular 
records, so I felt people 
would be stoked to see 
those. So it was 50-50, 
half for my fun and half 
for what I thought peo¬ 
ple would want to hear.” 

Last year, Segall re¬ 
leased three proper al¬ 
bums along with records 
with his side projects 
The C.I.A., with his wife 
Denee, and G0GGS. For 
a man as consistently 
busy and prolific, I ask 
him whether the people 
surrounding him inspire 
him to create more these 
days or if it’s an engine 
within him that keeps 
propelling him forward. 

“I have ideas for 
the band and ideas for 
myself,” Segall says. “I 
think everybody, if they 
were honest, would say 
that when they make 
records by themselves 
in a basement or some¬ 
thing, that’s their own 
selfish, private, weird 
thing. That’s totally awe¬ 
some, but for me, in or¬ 
der to balance that out. 
I’m constantly thinking 
about what I can play 


with the band. They’re 
so good that I want to 
play with them all the 
time. This record is a 
good example of both 
headspaces where half 
of the album, it’s pretty 
much the band, where 
it’s Charles [Moothart] 
and I on double drums 
and then sprinkling of 
the band everywhere. 
Then, the other half of 
the album is me in my 
basement by myself, so 
it’s a perfect blend of 
those two things. I feel 
like if it was just me by 
myself in the basement, 
this album wouldn’t 
be nearly as exciting or 
cool, at least in my opin¬ 
ion. So, I’m fully of that 
mindset.” 

Make sure to catch Ty Se¬ 
gall and Freedom Band 
in town this week at the 
following venues: Oct. 1 
at Brooklyn Steel (“First 
Taste” + “Melted"); Oct. 
2 at Bowery Ballroom 
(“First Taste” + “Melted”); 
Oct. 3 at Bowery Ballroom 
(“First Taste” + “Goodbye 
Bread”); Oct. 4 at Bowery 
Ballroom (“First Taste” + 
“Emotional Mugger”); and 
Oct. 5 at Brooklyn Steel 
(“First Taste” + “Manipu¬ 
lator”). 



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The actress talks pro¬ 
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epic buildup in “Peaky 
Blinders” season 5. 



MOLLY GIVEN 

Moiiy.Given@metro.us 


In the epic gangster fam¬ 
ily series “Peaky Blind¬ 
ers” there is always a 
lot of action going on. 
Over the course of five 
seasons, some would 
say the explosions have 
gotten bigger, the fights 
bloodier and the charac¬ 
ters more colorful than 
ever. With the series’ 
lifeline plot mounting 
on the success of the 
combative Shelby fam¬ 
ily, it’s easy to see why 
the addicting story line’s 
only option is to esca¬ 
late. With the highly 
anticipated season 5 in 
the midst, many are 
wondering what could 
be in store for the band 
of polarizing individu¬ 
als that make up the 
Peaky Blinders. Helen 
McCrory, who plays the 
fiercely sharp matron 
of the family, Polly Gray, 
sat down with Metro to 
give the scoop on season 
5, talk the progression of 
the characters, and dive 
into why the violence in 
the show is completely 
warranted and even es¬ 
sential. 


A lot has happened over 
the past five seasons. 
Pm curious to see what 
progressions you've 
personally seen with 
your character, Polly 
Gray? 

Polly is an interesting 
character. She’s tough 
as old boots but there’s 
a big difference between 
being tough as old boots 
and killing someone, 
you know? When she 
gave herself to Sam 
Neill’s character in the 
second series and then 
shot him at the end of 
that and said the line 
for the first time, “Don’t 
f—lc with the Peaky 
Blinders” — I’ve literally 
had that shouting in my 
head for the last four 
years. That was surpris¬ 
ing to me, when he took 
her there. But that’s the 
joy of Steve Knight’s 
writing. He doesn’t de¬ 
cide, OK, so Polly is go¬ 
ing to be the straight 
one and the strong one, 
therefore she’s not go¬ 
ing to go here. Instead, 
he says, no, this can all 
happen to Polly. Like 
her son coming back or 
her near-death experi¬ 
ence which leads her to 
hear voices. You think, 
OK, well what is this? 
Has she taken too many 
drugs or something? But 
Steve will say, “Oh no, 
no ... She really hears 
voices.” He’s constantly 
pushing the boundar¬ 


ies with her, which is 
fantastic. I sort of know 
where I’m going next 
year already and imme¬ 
diately I thought, really? 
Wow, why not? That’s 
the fun part of playing 
Polly and working on 
“Peaky Blinders.” We 
always have discussions 
over the characters. It’s 
never to do with the 
money, it’s to make sure 
you have a good script. 

The series is known for 
being quite shocking, 
with twists and turns 
happening every sea¬ 
son. What have been 
some of the more sur¬ 
prising moments for 
Polly? 

Well, when my kid was 
alive, for one. That was 
quite a shock when Mi¬ 
chael came back. I really 
thought he was dead. I 
mean, I spent so much 
time weeping over his 
death. I’ve also been 
quite surprised about 
how many men I’ve 
gotten through at their 
age — those scenes are 
always fun. Polly’s not 
married, so why not? 

How do you get yourself 
into the “Peaky Blind¬ 
ers” mindset? 

For me, it’s the clothes 
and it’s the walk. I’ll 
always wear that same 
tight silhouette because 
I believe there is some¬ 
thing quite strangled 


about Polly. She’s always 
pushing against some¬ 
thing. But whenever I 
have my first scene with 
Cillian [Murphy], I’m al¬ 
ways back in that head- 
space. It’s Tommy who 
really grounds Polly. 

What's your take on 
some people claiming 
the show has gotten 
more violent? 

I don’t know if it’s gotten 
more violent, but I think 
the violence is different. 
If you remember the 
first season and the first 
few scenes, where peo¬ 
ple were shell-shocked 
when they came into 
the pub and started 
shooting ... You just had 
these scenes were ev¬ 
erything explodes. But 
I think the mental scars 
that the war gave those 
men have impacted the 
violence. But perhaps 
it’s more palatable for 
people in the first few 
series because it was 
clearly a result of the 
brutality that they had 
seen. People forget we’re 
only talking about four 
years later. At that time, 
people were violent 
and people were tough. 
These men came back 
from two World Wars 
and shook and screamed 
at night because of it. 
War is brutal. It’s very 
hard to escape the cruel¬ 
ty and that’s why, when 
you talk about the vio- 
































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lence, you should look 
away from the violence. 
It should disgust you. 
That’s a healthy way of 
things. 

What's in store for fans 
for season 5 ? 

Steve’s writing is just 
superb and [season 5] is 
almost like a portrait of 
Tommy’s mind unravel¬ 
ing. Steve talks about 
ideas all of the time: 
Can you run away from 


your past? These people 
who are criminals in the 
beginning, can money 
free them? Can they be¬ 
come apart of society? 
Can you do that and can 
you transform yourself? 
Or will you always be 
dragged back and re¬ 
minded of who you are? 
I think some characters 
can, but with Tommy, 
you find him just get¬ 
ting iller and iller as 
the season goes on, and 


there’s such a cacophony 
of pain in his mind — 
and I love that. I love the 
fact that Cillian himself 
looks like he’s sculpted 
by Michael Angelo but 
he’s just this tortured 
being and constantly 
the past comes back to 
him. But, as we learn, 
it’s always better to go 
on than to turn around. 

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and other school administered programs. 


Lauv gives Metro the 
scoop on his “autobio¬ 
graphical” album and 
worldwide tour. 

MOLLY GIVEN 

Moiiy.Given@metro.us 


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by singer-songwriter 
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Music, feelings 
and vulnerability 


is so much more than a 
catchy way to get people 
dancing; it’s a catharsis. 
Lauv has hit the top of the 
charts with his catalog, 
but he’s also broken down 
the stigma of hiding your 
problems and shadow¬ 
ing life’s frailties. In fact, 
Lauv’s latest album, “How 
I’m Feeling,” does the ex¬ 
act opposite. What the 
popular musician wants 
the world to know is ex¬ 
actly what is going on in 
his head, the good and 
bad, and to him, there is 
nothing more admirable 
than the strength of be¬ 
ing vulnerable. Lauv sat 
down with Metro to talk 
about his interesting out¬ 
look on his latest album, 
his tour, and why being 
present in the moment is 
truly the best way to find 
yourself. 

You've said before that 
you have written beauti¬ 
fully tragic music since a 
young age. What inspires 
you and your writing pro¬ 
cess? 

It’s actually evolved over 
the years. When I was 
18,1 put out 17 songs just 
about one girl, just all of 
the ups and downs of that 
relationship and trying 
to figure myself out and 
my identity through that 
whole experience. But all 
of the stuff from the new 
album, “How I’m Feeling,” 
has been super diverse. 
I’ve started to be inspired 
in different ways, not just 
about love and hopeless 
romanticism and stuff. 
It’s more about just re¬ 
ally anything in my life 
at this moment. I have 
autobiographical songs, 
existential songs, and ob¬ 
viously songs about love 
and break-ups. But there 
are also songs about my 
dog, my favorite bars, ... 
literally just everything 
from my life. It’s a really 
cool place to be at, very 
cathartic. 

You utilize a lot of musi¬ 
cal gadgets, using synth 
sounds and other tools. 
Are you excited to see 
what technological ad¬ 
vancements come out in 
the coming years? 

For sure. Production-wise, 
for me, I like my songs to 
be classic at their core, but 
I get bored if I don’t soni- 
cally do something kind 


of weird and kind of dif¬ 
ferent. Whenever I do get 
bored, I always just look to 
download a bunch of ran¬ 
dom sounds and find ran¬ 
dom samples and so on 
and so forth. So definitely, 
I think if music keeps on 
growing, it’ll be exciting. 
I love utilizing all of that. 

With your album “How 
I'm Feeling/' you are re¬ 
leasing the songs as they 
are made instead of al¬ 
together. What element 
does that add to the lis¬ 
tening experience for 
viewers? 

There are a couple of rea¬ 
sons as to why I did that. 
One of the big reasons 
was because [for] a lot of 
2018, I was sort of men¬ 
tally going downhill and 
I wasn’t very productive. I 
was supposed to be work¬ 
ing on the album, but 
truthfully it just wasn’t 
working out. So when I 
started to get back into 
a better place mentally, 
I kind of realized that I 
didn’t want to wait un¬ 
til the whole album was 
done, or keep people 
waiting. I wanted to put 
stuff out as it was ready. 
So that was a big part of 
the reason as to why I did 
that. I also was putting 
out songs that felt like 
they needed to be imme¬ 
diate —just put them out 
right away and say, here 
they are. 

Are there any songs that 
stick out to you from your 
new album? 

Totally. I think, for me, an 
important one is “Drugs 
& the Internet,” because 
that song is so different 
for me. It came out of a re¬ 
ally weird time in my life, 
so that song I think marks 
a big kind of shift for me 
as an artist. 

You already have some 
great collaborations in 
your collection, but are 
you itching to collaborate 
with anyone else in the 
future? 

I think the big one I’m 
dying to do is Coldplay. 
Working with Chris Mar¬ 
tin would be incredible. 

Now, jumping to your 
tour, what do you like the 
most about getting to 
perform your music live 
in front of audiences? 


That’s a hard question, 
but I think one of the big¬ 
gest things, for me, are 
the unexpected moments 
that happen every night. 
When I totally get lost in 
the moment, things hap¬ 
pen or I learn something 
new about myself or about 
a song or even about my 
fans. I could have a certain 
interaction with someone 
in the audience that just 
is a human experience. I 
think that’s the best part: 
when everyone is totally 
lost in the moment. It’s a 
rare thing to do. People 
spend so much time in 
their own heads, it can be 
hard to connect like that. 
I think when the show is 
happening, people are re¬ 
ally all there together. 

Would you say every 
show is different, even 
energy-wise? 

For sure. It’s kind of hard 
to pin down exactly how 
it works, but every night 
is different. Some nights 
are drastically different. I 
think it has to do with my 
energy, the energy of the 
people there and just kind 
of what random things 
happen. So that’s a really 
fun aspect. 

What do you hope audi¬ 
ences take away from 
attending one of your 
shows? 

I think the big thing for 
me has to do with this 
project that I’ve started 
while touring the past 
few years called “My Blue 
Thoughts.” It’s actually 
evolving right now, so it’s 
going to expand. But ba¬ 
sically, I leave a box out 
and I encourage people 
to write whatever is on 
their mind or whatever 
thoughts they have in a 
way that’s cathartic for 
them. Music has allowed 
me to really have this 
big catharsis about what 
I’m feeling and I wanted 
to give everybody in the 
audience an opportunity 
to do the same thing and 
have a chance to learn 
about themselves or to 
maybe realize something 
about themselves and to 
be vulnerable. That’s the 
biggest thing for me, to 
get people to be vulner¬ 
able. 

Catch Lauv Oct. 10 and 11 
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New black hole simulation 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 
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There were some grow¬ 
ing pains in Daniel 
Jones’ second career 
start for the Giants, but 
the 22-year-old helped 
lead New York to a 24-3 
win over the Washing¬ 
ton Redskins on Sunday. 

The Giants’ first- 
round pick completed 
the afternoon going 23- 
of-31 for 225 yards and 
one touchdown pass, 
while the defense held 
the Redskins to 219 to¬ 
tal yards and picked off 
the ball four times. Case 
Keenum was held to just 
37 yards before he was 
pulled from the game for 
Dwayne Haskins. 

“Great team win. It 
was great to see our de¬ 
fense have success and 
we can build on that as 
we move forward,” New 
York head coach Pat 
Schumer told reporters. 
“I thought our quarter¬ 
back did a good job. ... 
I thought for the most 
part he battled and was 
gritty, and did the things 
necessary.” 

At times, Jones looked 
brilliant for the Giants, 
driving down the field 
during New York’s first 
two possessions of the 


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day. The opening drive 
saw the rookie QB march 
the Giants 46 yards 
down the field and cap it 
off with a six-yard touch¬ 
down pass to Wayne 
Gallman. 

Jones took the Gi¬ 
ants 86 yards on his 
next drive and Gallman 
marched the ball into 
the end zone on a one- 
yard run. 

Things took a turn for 
Jones on the next two 
drives as he threw back- 
to-back interceptions, 
with one resulting in the 
Redskins hitting a 21- 
yard field goal to cut the 
Giant lead to 14-3. 

However, the turn of 
events didn’t faze the Gi¬ 
ants rookie. Jones took 
the Giants on a 10-play, 
70-yard drive to set up Al- 
driclc Rosas for a 30-yard 
field goal. 

“That speaks to his re¬ 
siliency,” Schumer said 
about Jones’ bounce- 
back. “He had a great 
week of practice and it 
showed up on the field. 
Having a good week of 
practice doesn’t guaran¬ 
tee success on Sunday, 
but he went out there 
and did it. I’m pleased 


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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2019 


and happy for him.” 

Jabrill Peppers added 
to the Giants’ lead in the 
third quarter when he 
picked off a pass intend¬ 
ed for Jeremy Sprinkle. 
Peppers ran the intercep¬ 
tion back 32 yards to put 
New York in front, 24-3. 

The win gave new life 
to a Giants season that 
once looked bleak after 
they started 0-2. Now 2-2 
with strong performanc¬ 
es out of Jones and an 
improved defensive per¬ 
formance, things look 
more optimistic with the 
Minnesota Vikings next 
on the schedule. 

The win seems es¬ 
pecially impactful with 
the Giants doing it with¬ 
out star running back 
Saquon Barkley. He has 
been sidelined with high 
ankle sprain and is ex¬ 
pected to miss at least a 
month. 

“This is where I hoped 
we’d be after today, 2-2. 
We’ll figure it out from 
there,” Schumer said. 

Haskins made his 
NFL debut in the Loss 
for Washington. He com¬ 
pleted 9-of-17 for 107 
yards and was picked off 

three times. CHRISTIAN ARNOLD 


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Rangers close out play at Globe 
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Texas Rangers’ last 
game at Globe Life 
Park in Arlington 
saw 6-1 victory over 
Yankees. 

Lance Lynn allowed one 
run on two hits over 7 
1/3 innings to pick up his 
16th win of the season 
and lead the Texas Rang¬ 
ers to a 6-1 victory over 
the New York Yankees in 
the final baseball game 
played at Globe Life Park 
in Arlington, Tex. 

Shin-Soo Choo dou¬ 
bled and walked three 
times and scored two 
runs, Ronald Guzman 
had two RBIs and Elvis 
Andrus and Jose Trevino 
both had two hits for 
Texas (78-84), which will 
move across the street 
and play in Globe Life 
Field next season. The 
$1.1 billion stadium, 
which will have a re¬ 


tractable roof, would 
have come in handy on 
Sunday when the tem¬ 
perature was 93 degrees 
for the first pitch. 

Lynn (16-11) walked 
one and struck out 10 
and retired the final 14 
batters he faced to finish 
to 10-1 in 16 home starts. 

Aaron Judge hit his 
27th homer, one of just 
three hits for New York 
(103-59). The East Divi¬ 
sion champion Yankees 


finished the season with 
306 home runs, one 
fewer than the major 
league record set by the 
Central Division cham¬ 
pion Minnesota Twins, 
whom they face in the 
American League Divi¬ 
sion Series beginning 
Friday night at Yankee 
Stadium. 

Masahiro Tanaka 
(11-9) took the loss and 
allowed two runs (one 
earned) on five hits over 


three innings in his first 
relief appearance in 164 
major league games. 

Texas took a 1-0 lead 
in first inning when 
Choo led off with a walk, 
advanced to second on 
an infield single by An¬ 
drus, took third on a 
double steal and scored 
when catcher Gary San¬ 
chez’s throw bounced 
into left field for an er¬ 
ror. 

Judge tied it in the 


third with a 408-foot 
homer to left, but the 
Rangers took the lead 
for good in the bottom 
half of the inning when 
Choo, who had lined a 
double to left and ad¬ 
vanced to third on a sin¬ 
gle by Andrus, scored on 
an errant piclc-off throw 
by Tanaka. Andrus then 
made it 3-1 on an RBI sin¬ 
gle by Danny Santana. 

Guzman extended 
the lead to 5-1 in the 


fifth with a two-run sin¬ 
gle, and Willie Calhoun 
added a sacrifice fly in 
the sixth to end the scor¬ 
ing. 

Texas finished with 
a 1,145-936 record in 
regular season games at 
Globe Life Park which 
opened on April 11, 
1994. The Rangers open 
their new stadium on 
March 31, 2020, against 
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