If it’s your birth­day

New York Daily News - - MANHATTAN MOVIE THEATERS - FRI., MAY 18 - SUN., MAY 20 AL­TER­NATE SIDE PARK­ING RULES ARE IN EF­FECT FRI­DAY AND SATUR­DAY, AND SUS­PENDED SUN­DAY FOR SHAVUOT Times Square will be the ral­ly­ing point at about 3 p.m. I would not be sur­prised if the group or splin­ters march to the Is­raeli c

SAM Spe­cial Alert Fri­day! Tur­moil in the Mideast means traf­fic dis­rup­tion in NYC. Pales­tinian groups are calling for a mass rally to mark Nabka Day and to protest this week’s events in­clud­ing the U.S. Em­bassy move to Jerusalem and vi­o­lence in Gaza.

I’m ex­pect­ing a very tough af­ter­noon peak pe­riod so driv­ers please stay to the far west side.

Ocean Park­way Alert! The Brook­lyn Half Marathon closes both di­rec­tions of the park­way from 6 a.m. to noon Satur­day. The race starts at Grand Army Plaza, cir­cles Prospect Park be­fore turn­ing onto Ocean Park­way fin­ish­ing in Coney Is­land.

The Ninth Av­enue In­ter­na­tional Food Fes­ti­val, one of NYC’s big­gest fes­ti­vals, will close the av­enue from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Satur­day and Sun­day be­tween 57th and 42nd Sts.

Satur­day, the Turk­ish Day Pa­rade closes Madi­son Ave. from 47th to 53rd Sts. 10 a.m. to about 3 p.m., when the pa­rade turns on 47th to First Ave. for a fes­ti­val until about 6 p.m.

The Dance Pa­rade closes Broad­way from 21st St. to Union Square then pro­ceeds down Univer­sity Place to 8th St./ St. Marks and up Av­enue A from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur­day. You must get help when you need it. Don’t be afraid to ask — and don’t hes­i­tate to of­fer it to some­one you can sin­cerely as­sist, as long as do­ing so is to no­body’s detri­ment. You have feel­ings. You ac­tu­ally care. The world’s pre­vail­ing ethic these days is “ev­ery man for him­self,” though that never worked, and it never will. Strive for com­mu­nity and co­op­er­a­tion. You share a birth­day with Frank Capra, Miriam Mar­golyes and Feli­cia Pear­son. MARCH 21-APRIL 19 You are ahead of your peers in many ways. You’re ask­ing ques­tions they are not; you may even have some pre­lim­i­nary an­swers as a re­sult. Oth­ers may be blurt­ing out all kinds of ideas and solutions that they claim will save the day. Don’t be so sure. Keep your own wise coun­sel. SEPT. 23-OCT. 22 At a cer­tain point you must think of the fu­ture, and stop dwelling on the past. Con­sider how you want to han­dle sen­si­tive sit­u­a­tions, rather than how your fam­ily did things, or what they did to you. To the ex­tent you suc­ceed in ac­com­plish­ing this, it will be a con­scious act of will.

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